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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1890 hic1890050201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tTsJCPfwlftsJP1'SMWMTlJli .. -'i ,r?ttx: insist rnwT.; Vawrnsn fty'V-foam- r miKsamnmmmmmmmmZZ ilBlTf'1' -- J hi i HE HICKMAN COURIER. Published Eviry Friday by GEORGE WARREN Hlokinnn, Kentucky. Office THE HICKMAN COURIE TIIB OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. fgVv mSS ir FINE JOB PRINTING isxTcctrricfi WITH NEATtlESS AND DISPATCH.'5' SALE DILLS, ENVELOPES, Jackson Street, nril door to Oily Hall. LETTEn HEAPS, DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC, ETC CALL AT7D SEE US. CEORCE WARREN, Editor. Pricooi' Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. novor oats any bread wiles It In toasted Tiir. author of M,01ntjM has dratvra 61,500 royalties no far. A lUv City (Mich.) man can inalto rait for eight crnU a barrel, Tiik Irish tenants' defense fund now amounts io tho sum 4f JL'i 8,000. SrWAToii lti.Atu speech on hi educational Mil contained 273,000 words. 'I'lir. hiel o( a man's shoo Miouhl hf of an lnrh high. Just (iiuNKHAt. Milk Is considered Ilia handsomest ofllrtr In tho United titatc army. (lii.Mtiii.Jni li. Kaiii.v lives at Lync-- ' huri. Va., whuru ho ha a comfortable homo. HisMAitCK nas onco offered St a word for all that ho might contribute to an American inagnztno. 'IVnphi M'ntlmonU am now patntod cross tho of bcdaltad to promote happy dreams. Csix, colored wnmin who died near Ureonvllle, S. (i, was It I tfla1tnr, 190 year of ajjis Japa.nml chickens with tails front pinion to thirteen fee I long aro bdng lmportM Into this country. llKititrttT UuvpsTo.Nr. announces hla Intention to pas tho Putted States And Canada a slsll tliU summer Coi.nsn, ri.Afil I it, thoM. Augustine monoy king, has Just paid tho doctor for attending his daughter, t, A IttCKi v ((la ) man ha a handsaw tthlth na bought In 17TI. which hat N rj In uao constantly cur slneo. JUlviN-Tll- l lAir, tho great Sioux ohloftaln, ha applied for n position on thn h1Ico forcoof Hlsmarck, Dak. Iliniir on top of tho failure of tho Ico rrop eo tries th report that tho Vermont majdti sugar supply in ahort this yoar A noitMov with tvu who and four Imiii dhlldrtn was found In Truro, U T, recently, living In a hut with one room. Tiik oldest college doimttory In tho tnilol ft;ltfi la that known aa Soufli Mldiilr. at YaK H wtn crwtM In I75i Tutu k Angora poatt ownM by Mr. lhclathlor, of Drain, Oro., ucro ho a rod recently nhtno flcwoa weighed 105 I5STABI.ISI1KI) 1859. THOUSANDS ItKSCUKI) Tlif llf-.l- rt HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FJUDAY. MAY OnCAT HAIL 8TOUM. TITK SOUTH KUN FIA10IR flnrt n Itrcoril MIU TliiiiianntU of Alolwi 2," 1890. Vwti CALMLY WAITING. ANALYZED BY RUSK. Cwhw or tlio X'rcvalllnff Ieprcsflliui9 o Affrl-ciilttirnl FJJWFIIIST Hi CONG I ESS. I COMMONWEALTH. rntKnuiT Air'i :l 3irut-Kolmitrat importance trnnM tdftU I'oi fB-- N nrtr Ma bill" won paavd. amonr H 1U to authorize llii Ihem the lollowti fflmmt'moii' rs of f. rrart OtiHlj in anriy the county i ix on ihr Onto an I IH9 Hnwrtr ft 11 nnd ContpHit'. roiul and prnpi rt. in pi m tit of e end Itin s fir tftrt ilsfhtpf nny I Ing th rour iv of Cinnht-r- l ltd te wilder b to th Ilnrkvili and North.tim ItfillroadC cm pany. tolnr c adlcUon of th rpjr th Urlr court nf Ilho County II U , to prohibit itllllnjr f quill and other small rrnrm la Itn the roln Cointr. 10 inrorporatn ihe Cattott1iiir) Water Company, to Irrirporatr th JolHco Mountain Coal ind Coke Mining and Tranvpor. tntion CompanT, to incorporate Ihe PlnetlUo Hank Ionn nnd Trust Cwirpany. to pruTentlno ileatrctlon ol Itdi tn fsfiuih l Midi urn within thn bonnds of WtKHlford County; to tinpo.e n tax ondoasforlbo tenrflt of coiomnn.schooli tn Hilby Anderson, ltirren. Mad son, Wetnter. B'mpaon, Muhlenburj". CUcmi. Taylor, Woodford and Warren Countleti lo aulHorU" the board of coinmlisioiers or court ot Uv y and claims ot Martin. Jotnson. moid. Pike, !iw. Hard. Isrtirrnmt KnrliCotrntt. tooaUlstlsr Prnrprdlne. From tho Bproiullntr Wntora of tbo IMotoua MlsalfcalppL rtlvrr Knltliiff at irf em lite, MM n reriiim er HipIdmu ' futlne socn-clghth- a r tboocrflofced dlatrlctn niut p t IT vo or alx hundreil iHoplv tmd a large rjunn tlty of Block. 'Ihn ioplo put oil worn mostly negrccs, who found no dirtlrnlty In gutting employment Fcvcml plan tcra from th Interior vir ro hro fur thu purpoaoof getting laborer ihnlr 11 plan-tatlo- Uovos, La., April A- - Tlio nteamcr Dakotah hna rachrd hero from IIaiox n. head-boar- ljir.r Tho Dakotah lluitmlay wont np a far ah Kow Texaa Landing rescuing pooplo and atok alou the route, 'J'ho Innt ranportfd aUmt to aide, icoplo tJils li00 and could hato brought many more, hut the pvuplo aa!d tl rhcr r as (alllnj, and they profernd to May and tVo tlin ( nptln In J'olnto VUhm ihanc Mitchell aaldlhe brraV tnoKJorganrn U5'-l,- elck! hundreil feet wl whtU tl hrrak In (Irand I.OTeo juat leow wan n thou-llPand feet M'ld and unihlitg r tho aoll ldngof a attndy naturo i thetio lou'Oi nro thret' mllen In lnj only a comparatUcly amall jiortlon f tllOMI great uorka hao U en trorda ovor Tho boat roaouod living thing from n pig io ibo Z and A at 5 oeiork Ihuraaay eoil SjtiihIx our Mrieta yesterday with r,',f,v Wft m n a d e - one end of a ropo nnd n rot other. Thin wnn bin onlr jth carried them al(ernatol) In li glYo tlel at r at tho riy Ho arniH tu of California, U a pauper at tho ago of ninety yewrn. lie raa cnte tery m pm.Tico, the laat Itlo oal tny. Mexican (lovcinor4 Mtuml.KttM Oi.NTMt, of Itlehmond, Va., la aald to bo orth Utto ?7,(HXi.(HH, alt acowmuIatM out of tho clgarotto iHHlnnM. A mii.u nugget found In tho Nral piuwn on Itlttck creV, Idaho, rncoutly, h aafct of a worn a a fiTmi to orfootly roaeinldo tho flgnro mTA !! gnmlng In tho riporl numtal pahU'ns at the Kanaaa Agricultural college. Oswaira Johnston . Ia . m almost totally dealroyed by Uio flood, Iiut tho prvrty of tho tonn U atrnnborflf aaMatct at J0,X).(MHt. A (IniHAN dealer In raro old vlollna, who baa gono out of hualnoas, eaya that them a roaU The Dak ah remained hero untjl 4 ) m . Io aackn aUivo town .to otirry to Oh Martlnca carrycrovaane At this hour he ing down flfUon tliouaand -'- Va of earth 'Ihol'argood U oxx .! down tonlght to oarry mere aaokn t ihe Vi'buii ribe (oU throt., mload I rig tho Dakotah wilt return t Vow Or leana, aH there la no lnnrr ni loiuand for a relief I nut along tho 10 ' Coupeo front, OliliAMU.r, Mlaa., April -A tor four days of Inrovnant ralnltk tho nun camo up brightly thla taori Tho r river fell three I no he in the i bourn, whloh la thofli-- t mtnu beginncntfallwo hao bad lnco ning of the high water, thr months ago The same fall wa roooriMl on tho r of tho town andc miry, and hlnco morning tho fall Las fully f t two Inches, Tortlonn slrerts wlilch hae been coroTod fori" day are being uncovertal by l twmsI-Inwatora, which aro watch tih br thoeltUona. It la .' toaav a Mill that thin fall will 10 foIhod greater out in tiio mat, t hours. I ere-vRi- e. twen-tyfou. back-wate- iu i g )e.i TONGUE IN A BATTLE I I ittll a mmI KmIIMk: Cwttliiu tlny'i IJr t Ijet incrrrtlOiiritiua Vict itrnl Uhltft Drliiktus Ctttl,r. llI.Tluoiir, April 2A. John h utach, Mary ttilrteen yearn of age, came to land Univoralty Ilo4piUl.Jib night Fii-(I- 1 f4in Verdict Acnlnst r In the comWiruiTA Kaa.. Apll mon plean amtt a erdlct ' r the plaint-I- f In a breach of promt dured against n dead man lon&i Tram Mo, who committed sul !o hero la-- t m plalntuT, Itoao K'lng, l hriatma. lUacnvoring enterrd suit for Slo,ooo that Tramhlo, to whom - had ticcn ''plrltiiallHtlcntly' inarrli had a wife In soiihern Maryland living and the next day ' o old man tre the orwharda. It N a now lnoot, and Its khot himaolf. to tho mild la attrIlMitid Tens BlUer Crtlfleat winter. en. fjUlng CiiirAon. AirIlV0 Tw A loit.M) glrnlfo baa boon lorn at a 'Diaon and their nameti ns l!olort traveling menngorlo In Cambridgeshire. William T Purber, were rtiated hero and Is It in a healthy Utile creature, on suspicion, and on their iraons w n hold to lo the flrnt of tU kind Kirn In of. found over S8W in tho c I'jrfolt Hnglnnd alitor certi!le.iton hich bac Dallas Water Works Submerged. Tiiu King ( AabanUo ban ,WW liocn recently "bovol" tn country, llAM.iN,, Tex., April 28. Tho Trinity who. 'I hoy all Iho on olio street In A third man. whoenrrbd a ij hoi tnp. river rose so high that tho water works Coomaaalo, and when they go out for a pkm loroiitalna largt amn)t of tho wore submerged nt 13 o'clock ustordny walk In a I oily, preceded by tlio 1 StulT, eioap(l. and tho pumps abandoned, ns they aro oeryboly olao ban to walk In tho twenty feet under water. '1 ho river la Kemp la Champion .gutter. N. IS. W, April lho Htlll rising. Jirttirn Vi,T7.i.i it, In his paper on tho Fatal Cup of Tea. iuootnc ralluay in hcrlbnor a ..!sga:tr.o sculling race for Om hmplo.nlpof Nmv Yihik, April :!. 1'ullman Cancsprwsfiw th P'i inn ten years tho world ltweon IVIor lvoinpdoll tho ton risher, aged 'J I month, who was liPiiva Mthoro will not bo n alnglo horsr Mattnraon look plnco johtenlny railway In operation, nt leant In our own Paramatta rhor and retailed U ilvic- - born In a Tullman car near Canton, O., upset a lulling cup of tea upon his head tory for Kemp. country n yesterday, and died from his Injuries. Af.TiioWiiialxty alx)earahaoelapnod .. Bill. The alnco lAinX Hyron breathed his last a Railroad Accidents In Marco. Wahiiimiiov, April an. Tl snato Mlnaolonghl, tho )h)vVa faorlto tn)at-uia- ontl-truNkw Yoiik, April i!8. There woro 171 bill has Ik on fav iidyro- has only Jiihtdled In n llttlo cottaga portinl to tho Ilouao as tho ouh If Inbv railroad accidents reported In March, In within a fow hundred ynrdn distant of tlon possible under oxlating irotnu- - which Ai persons wrrn killed and 105 Intho houan In which bin master expired. stances. jured. ... ... Tut; attain ferryboat Uobort tlarrelt, Confederate Veterans Home. Ths Baltln.ora Goes to Em plying between Hrooklyn and New York (la., April 28. Ycstotdav Atlam-i-. now Noiimhk, V.t.t April Sfl- ,-l City, carried 5,000 pnasungen at a trip tho ceremony of la Ing tho cornor-stonIs aatd to bo tbo largest tU am ferry llsltlmoro left for n I itaoi of tho Confederate Veterans Homo was cruiser and yenterday morning, Tlioahlpi minted boat In existence. witnessed uy an tmmenso concourso of Two Kuanlan climber of Mount n fluo uppearnnco whon mow down people, (leneral Joseph 12. Johnston "slug-Ararat found In pirfect preioratIon a tho harbor and was saluted d and II. Klrby Smith wero enthusiasticminimum thermometer, which was left ticrlly by tho bhlpplng and by - t'co- - ally groeted. Hon J. (X lllack, of Au) (hero last year. It registered fifty do plf who lined the shores. gusta, delivered the oration. , .. grcoa lolow xoro, Diluted by a Tim tono of tho now German prime Chart ea With Embsiillni. OAixrsviu.c, ToxM April 20. -- A cloud minister Capri"!, In hta speech to tho Seattlc, Wash., April 2S, Secretary night, McCoombs, of tho Itelief Committee, Truastan diet, was In marked contrast to bust struck thin place Thuradsr lm- which has In charge ,U.,000 remaining that which lltsiuatck was accuatomod to deluging tho town aeteral ft asaumn. It waa conciliator), while Wa- mouse. Jos to property and rii'swill of tho funds donated to Seattle after tho lo-- groat Juno fire, Is charged with having ensue, tho country for miles art nd in a rck'n waa almost habitually dictator Ing heaWly llooiled. umhezzlud a portion. lal. Tiik Caclflc Ocean la tho largest holy John Brown's Fort, Retaliation Against America. of water on tho globe. It ban 71,000,000 at), KpmNuHmi, 111,, April 2D- - noSco Holland proltnrpsM.s, April stjuaro miles of urea. Tho Atlantic bun rotary of Stato issued n llcon ' tl poses to lucreaao tbo duty ou American an area of R.,000,000 aquaro miles, Tho I'hlcn-gJohn Hrown Idberty Museum, petroleum imported Into tho Dutch InIndian Ocean in third, with US, 000,000 to purtliaso nnd rumoo lucago dies, in reprisal for tho American InMjuaro inlloa. Tho Antnrtlc measures tho building known an 'Mob bniwn'a crease of duty on raw tobacco. In Dutch b.r.00,000 and tho Arctic l,00,000 Mpiaro Tort," at llarpera IVirr; cup til utoolc commutclal circles the advlaahlllty Is mtlon. S1MI.000; IiicorporatorH, II, II. lk.k, J. he lug discussed of common European A yAin.TSir.. Maiiii; young man fell A. Coleman, Alfred Mooio. action ngalnet American protection. In loro with n girl, but bur mother ob e Clerk. Deforming Baby's Surplus Limbs Joctod, Ono night recently tho young NrwAitK, N. J. i April as -- Casper man took tho girl and hot mothnr to n Wit,hhiiAiiiir, Ph., April " Mrs. lbs- Soer, chief clerk tn tho monoy-ordo- r fcliow, but got tho reaU wldtdy apnrt. M. Lototchl, of Port ltowkUv K Whtlo tho play wnn in progn'sn tho lov- birth to " freak of naturo ttonlay partinont of tho postolllco couressoa to .lfa.itlni. In H.n uimi. nf V. ril.l ers slipped out nnd eo piarrhd boforu tho curtain dropped, legs nnd four arms. orircd a Toun goia aiuckT A u Mhomo atnonr tho lumbormnn la to out dot n trees by ineana of a ntro w cbArgod lth idectrlclty aa to bo ntalntalnod at a nhlto heat Vaiiinitin Depot , n printer who holpod to out the Unit liaue of tho Kow York Tribune Hfty year ago, la tlll mployetl on that Tiik ThlUdidphla 'lliuoi very port! ncntly atiggoata that tho urination a to aoltled an toon an tho frro hide will tnHvjullo gooa Into oomnilMlen. Iowa olTfoiM a prlto of 800 for tho design for a leMtora monuinont for the Main. '1 ho award lua Wn mado to a woman. Mr. Harriet A. Kelchum. Tin mi aro 101 t'nbm and otghtyono Confoitorato foldtora in Omgroaa. Of aro Kepnbllcan, tlio former nlnty-twand of tbo latter eighty are Domocratn. Ml5 Ur.ui.Of ill mi i: throw aomo rat rndon In tho flro In (Sroenbrlor County, Va., ami accld ntally Inhaling tho fuma fnnn tho flame, died In groat agony. TmR l4tr.iatcr llcr.rrs! does net of fh eight-htM- F jrjNVmon for Hatonico elerka, homuaolt will pndueo tho people ta.Sofl.OOO conrualon ami a year, Mns ltoinn.s, of ("awkcr City, Kan., Mild during tho month of March 41" dosen egf. KliO gathora front 17ft to MA taking tare of her gga a day, family, Tlin aphla or plant louo U attacking ' " that ho could not pri "it oui. no la employed nt a bal't fantitry, nnd tlurlug dinner hour, while taking a poll , bU t uguownndrawn at bin Into the noxito by inctl n aottiit, try an ao colTec-fiaik- 2R. i;,tUIiiHie A4 Kottdy for tlio FttUl bombardeV yesterday afternoon by hill t Shock of Eloctrloty. of n bIj and deatructlYo iKJwerno'jer Tlin Unvrrnnr) f f,uUUriR, ntel Arkniiiat llrnort Tlit rttrlr ' boforo aMi In this city. Tho ball was HE IS FULLY RESIGNED TO UIS FATE. Aro J'ifly 'Ilitiiuniitl not llko the hail, but wan III rtrtjil. plain bard lie, frozon through and through, clear aa cryatal, and solid aa n loiiti A Drftrrljttlon of tlift ,p.tratni by Which , April 39 OnonnK Ti.tk, rock. It went through thick panes of II tlin IP40t Hrnlence Itn Ihe- glasn aa if they wcro tlasuo paper, and in tnun nt (1rtn rl'nfn uretenLrl a rntnl on tlio IturTilo tbo amount of daniago dono by It can fill sight from a distance. It looaajUs ilurtr Nrxt AVrek ot Atilnirn only bo figured up when all tho broken a tuir would in tho Atlantic (Kcv panen aro counted and tho glass aettera' Tho protection levto In front ml tup kxact a artiiKT. Idlls aro paid. Tho lotf will run up opiwnllo tho Texan Pacific dt'itt Amiany. X. Y.. April J0. Tho career of tho hall gavo way yontonlny morning, lotting tbo !of M'illiam Kcnunlor Is gradually ap Into tho thousands Soino Atones woro ragged and an sharp on tho angry waters directly In upon tlio proaching Its ter edges as a steel blade, Hensegga worn already Inundated and helpless town, minatlon and days Vintklnrf 1... nothing to thorn In aire. Many of which bad bet n under for n h coming from the Cft-- ' I them woro ns largo as a man's flat. Tho from Wk-nMc- r quels croaaso, two miles bolowr. J lie I, "" atorm camo from tho west, waa local in Its character, and swept to tho east with IMHipIn bavo their sttck on ldiilfwmrf i 1. . a rattlo liko heavy muskotry, frighten- nnd Inflfsn tmilinfM. nntl lwili innlO ft nil I ihn tnrrililn TkM&MW next ing pooplo out of tholr svlta, and bitting atock urn badly tn need of w)m w ro on tho streoUi many once. fI hev bavo neltiier orovl. ifcnrm week, Ho fully bard knocks, and driving them Into feed atufl to austaln themselvra Hh. rtallzes his Krb, K places of shelter. Tho storm camo all and no money to buy any with. I Don tlon and Intends thowholo tho ailuatlon Is dlvrc ng. to meet Ills fato at onco, like a thunderbolt. There wan a perfect Niagara of water, with hall Weatlior cool, with light un,!! inohingly, April li'J. So tary I. It alono as ho WJI1 i atones or rather chunks of Ico nolirh V A?4f r Ilia rrcelvrvl noveral roplusto he bra tically Inrf., ..v..,,. nt Omm ft nunpfnr nt .. ,........ MAtnn w. ...L... .. ... a Is ' telegrams aaking forinrormat n in tornditato on tiik doommi max. Almost In nn Instant tho atreota woro of uiTerlng n tho tb4 awful fato which awaits him, It rivers, tbo patementa wero flowlud regard to thoextert two to inches ovcrlloiactl districts of tbo .South Tho wifild bo a small wonder If tho man from threo deep, and a man who remained on ' dovernor of LouMana aald tha Un a)fuid becomo nenous aH tho day of rations fur 3A.00O people bio 1 lo tho streoU was almost In danger of lo. utlon approaches and that ho should inghtalifo. Tho heavy chunks of hall out to Now Orloann for dlatril tlon gbowayto porno manner of emotion. 'I ho (b ern-thdrove tho horsea wild. Thoso that pull throughout tho Mato. Ill t not onco has ho shown any signs ot BtreetMiarn Ucamo uncontrollable, 'or of Miaslsnlpplaald there are pro ably fakening. In fact bo rather courts and tho drivers wero compiled to let 20.0(KporaonninthatStalonecdingu alh than shuns U '1 lie arrangements for tho final act In haYo their own way and to run at anco. and tho Ooemorof Arkanssaid ' flvo hundred iioopln In Phillips their freo will. Tho people In tho can a tragedy aro substantially completed, County and a considerable numb- r in nd a press representative has been crouched trembling on tho lloor of tho' Deaha County aro In groat need of ro ranted tho privilege of entering tho Woston has 1m n In dtath chamber and examining tho elec- apiin " cars, praying for reacne from tho olo- tnenta, whllo tho drlvora dxlged tho aer structed to use his own dlscroti i In re- tti appliances. The present quarters ial mlaallos tho best they could. Allover gard to ttio issue of green stioui (rs and Kemmlor and tbo room where he Xo corn meal Instead of bacon .md Mutir, tho city the datnagn was hoary dio nro sldo by sldo In tho main front reand to do at once what he can f.r glass that mot tha full force of tbo hail tho prUon.and frm his cell door to the lief of nil who neod It. Ilehnslreen o waa atrong enough to stand tho tal chair Is adlstanco of about olghteen ghen amplo jiowors In the matu t of I lit t Tho death chamber Is about so- blocka that camo out of tho nky. Charles atrrot windows looked as transiKrtation and tho employment of I ration feel wide by twentyflo feet and In assistants. If thoy had leen on a battlo-ficld- , ng. and is dimly lighted by two small tho houaoa on Mt, Vernon 1'Iaco tho wlndown alwut four feet 1NTEU-STAT- E LIQUOR. datnagn was tiory consldcrablo and tho tho floor, from which a view of ( mirt uprrmr alarm was Intense. In tlio Annex tho A Drrliten ef tlin V main entrance of the priwn can 1i Orrrrutlne lite Mate Court of Iowa iltaincd. Itetweon tbo windows on the raln.wtnd and hall did oven moro aotoro S. Jist WASIIIMUO.Y, April 29. The I damago than In tbo city. Walls wero wall is a long board, about ton feet swopt down, houses unroofed, glass hupromo Court, through ft Ungth nnd threo and a half or four an opinion feet high. rullor, yesterday rondoretl mashed and other damago dono. On this is arranged me- adtjerao to tho constitutionality of lato appliances for touting, measur- laws providing for tbo selinro of lienor ing ana gowrning wiu INSECT PESTS. brought Into tho Stato In original pick-age- enrrt nt At tho left is a common elec In flrttlng Aikul to rurmrri huch laws, tho court hobW aro tric push button, which communicates It 11 of Tlirm. mi Interferenco with tho inter state a ill tho dynamo room, and is used foi Xr.w Yoiik April an. Stato Kntomol-gls- t commerce After tho liquor bom John Ik binlth, of Now ltrunswlck, the property of tbo Importer tho a sonding out circular letters aaking under Ita jhjIIco powors, P'gulate 4 of farmers In gotting prohibit sale, but It has no power, thu in tliu rid of In&cct posts. Ho wants farmers -- bience cf express Ccr.grcsslei slati'hvf-Ity- , who aro tothored by wlro worms and to prohibit tho transportation f the root louao on corn, tho Wor In melons article from anothor State a id It and Mjuashes, and a leaf louse on tho to tho importer. Th" case In aim plants, tho rosobugor tbo grapo which the derision was nmdowns t'lsi maggots on cabbage and onion, to wrlto of Laidv A Co., plalntills In eutf, to blm and ho w ill aend freo samples of vs. tlttsJ. Hardin. It was rt A. ujht bo used In a series Insecticides that will t on appiral from tho Supreme of experiments this reason with epoclal Iowa, and thla court rotorftoa tho dt b posts. roforonco to these Ion of tho atato Court, Ju.VicoaJX j x Ur.tlWMii-Apll- l snow-coated Ilrnktn tty the Htotitt. Anothor Lovoo Broakn, nnd ( fOflso Toto, Ln., In Undor Wntor. Uohunlur H rim Hrion. Apr! S ri)l lllln A I T Wlfr-Mi- ir trr ''" vol"rc" "Laifamcnt,of m mJw7Wjkm 3Ictlioil8f Lack p, bl aAfam .nt. Want of Ihpilncs-j-rdk1W.- -' r Cafilirtil, (O member of Hi of Study or Laws of Supply t Coyf U lotoffl. 01 amll'onlrrnds Irv nnd Demand to nmrl tlic aU ApprovtiwajaAa1 I const ii jtinjj cUhthouraauaj a ed fapl nolk forl( Tcr. worUmn cr mrhanlci rm rartora, Vet tho fiocrtiiry plpfsp Mr dl brhail if the (.ovrrntncnl t Ar Tlilnktj llm (lr3tpt Kill Is tho AInc Uk1JWtr4 late), by adding n -f Ho arpliing nr h I M (jli Tarln on Imports of Few IWIWf"! )S oi mr ntr in au pcmoui employ etlapif kionn by (JoTcrnnti nt nuthority, Irntlnrla. the wMScriMs Kocrotary OrWfSrlI vonirimsc or ma (Jorernmcnt Wamiinotoy, April 23. A atlonof rrepicd law Rusk, In reply toliundrodw of communi- UlMstJlit by i tne ot not Ips limn KM nor of tho miff) H a i ft 60 or thirty da r. ImprlannmenL cations from different sections ats 's " c '"crtd i rir till -- cr; country appealing to him foranoxpru-Me- n tent to tiififl thmfa-.ur- e of opinion respecting tho present oE&7 rhfrSUcUl Ufa nnrronrfatliiil tho 1'rr l Mil wis condition ot agricultural depression, Us taA VPAml cunRil red until 5 Up. in, when causes and romedlos, haa Issued a long IhfWffKaaj ourx4 address io tbn tarmnrn of ilm rountrv. llgT to. ArnU.i--'f,,Tt- " rc-rii i Y parirtfr .''War the inrtpanf orimlMon ptin haara Ki'Tr ainthi II iroaein ratorof tlta y nalors br iKipninr vote The I)l lull wii nthiliUrxil nAd a i. orUecrrt lewiouuiS 51 n'tf Jr I.tK l .rttPK im. A- & "lltl J a a 1 St tAlASLKah Sh rb. wnrtoccountr sAriWM1'WnTIKtal the 1 & c. Al C 1 PrO-'t'-- SVv a' mmizim f thorn yw -' , "" , d' Ut i pi' o ,lat-the- lecamooanic-strlcken.andmnTofthe- -- cobble-ntonc-llk- i Clilof-Justic- o uooiii-uw.iin- g s, ro-lp- rt stat-may- , lv Nt-tViit- ' ntna rir. " MARQrrrrr, Mich., April 3 was rack ahaft No. 'a c.in bo no doubt, tho Socrotary can bo traced to a combination of no ont causes so many that man ran enumerate them all. The cause which to tho bocretarysecra morn dire tlv rosnonsiblo for this depression may be uUIdcd into twocUssos; Thoso Inheront in farmers tbomsoHos and for which thov alono can provido a posslblo ' remedy, and those over which tho farm er himself has no direct control anu too remedy for which must bo provided by law. In tho first class of causes Indicated, ho attributes depreciation of tho pro ductlvo power of land to a varloty of causes; to careless culture, want of bust- ness-likmethods, lack of study of sup- ply nnd demand and mirkot prices, and tho ownership by many of moro land than thoy can properly caro for. After alluding briefly to tbo discouraging of-focU of farm mortgagos, thodllllcultios of tho transportation question, gambling ' .m n f ww mnf vfllHni unmhlnn. tlons and tho depressing cllect of tho In- croaso of middlemen on tho results of .ho farmor'a honest toll, Secretary Husk advancenan argument In favor of higher dutlos on agricultural prolucta Ono of tho graest causes for tho present agri-,- e ' cultural donrossion. In tho opinion of tho Secretary, Is lack of protection for tho farmer. i w pooplo, ho say., rcalizo that our Imports of agrioul ural products nnt d at prior paid by th consumer aro alout equal to our agricultural estimated at pricos paid to tho farmer, yet such Is tho caso. Our lm ports of products sod in competition with thoso actual y produced on ourown noil, amount to nearly tUS.OOQ 000 annually, and as much moro could bo produced on ourown toil undor 'uvorablo conditions, uur imports ul ajtiva'tsrA products for tho fiscal year ended Juno SO, ISS'J, aggregated &JG3, 000,000, tbo far 5WV greater part of which portia uju,ouo could, tho Secretary thinks, with proper encouragement, bo produced on our own soil. To protection tho Secretary looks for a romedv. "Ono glance," ho says, "at o (f , , 1 I ts I Tama- ct pr. 1 o yesterday morning. John Williams, pump man, tlio onlr one at tho foot of tho shaft at tho time, was burned to be would, he could not get It out It death. In attempting to rescue Wilwan drawn farther and further In until liams, John Howo was suffocated nnd tho flaak waa forced Into, the month. John Thomas ao badly burned that hit Tho organ, to nuko math m wotjuu Ixv recovery Is yery doubtful. Thomas was gan to swell, and, after i unly trjlng to rescued br the brarerr of Juhn l'cntrost. get hts Imprtftonnd tngut w ho descended after him Into the burn he hurried to the hospl st. Dr. Uar-flel- ing shaft, and also brought tho body of alter amuo dllUuully released tho Hone to tho surface. dlangurel m mlmr, RUcr Falllnr at GreartTtlla. rmtatn and Victoria Dlsa. OnrtrYVltiK, Mists., April tis Tho DAUMMMtr, April 3(- k- I mjirror rlrer has fallen four and a half Inches arrhed horo yo-- i May. Tbo in tho past twenty-fou- r hours, which ts (Irand Dukouf llnaand U lvll and two nnd ono halt feet from tho hi ghost military authorities romd tho point reached this joar Tho backwaat tho railway c' .uoa and tho ters hare fallen ono and ono half feet i new palace, from tho highest point. whole party droit to It Is feared gfpoted by that this fall will bo somewhat clucked whero tbo Kwperor w IVlMoaaes. by tho rlao now coining out tho ArkanQueen Victoria and tl Wit-HaKni-Mr- detroed by flro is ono oi groni imiiorinnco to iioiuw tloniats and U uor dealer. Horrible Death of an Actress. iarmr'alWntrWceFoTWo?a.n?e tv prtHoilcst to Afterward tho Kmix-rtho Ducal Cattle, and lai r roturnoil to tho imlaco and dlnl w h thu Qir-iaud Ducal family. sas rhcr. ct Pd aaatrra Ima-ldc- ih 1 Brutally Beaten by Strikers. W. Va, April ovonlng, aa Ilonry Johnnon, a bricklayer, who has been working for tho heeling Mining nnd Manufacturing Company slnco tho strike, was walking along Kofl street, on the south side, to his home, ho was set upon by threo trlkeri and badly boatan. If U Injuries aro grave. 'I ho assailants wero recognized. Miss Iianley'a 0 aim Ignored, Hrpronp, Ind , April a -- Tho jury in tho case of MUs Lilian Hanley against Ferguson for tho payment of a note for fk000, which she claimed was glvon her ns a guaranty that ho would marry her, rendered a verdict In favor of tho defendant. A breach of promise case against l'erguson remains to bo dUposod Wiinnuxo, A ten-dol- ohii-uch- yiNr., il i Anti-Tru- st . n 1... ttvl OK tllO IDOlOr. TllO loiUp 10 tWOnty-foUSixteen Can onialUK nnmnrf tliem 'll.n Pnrl nf IVHtiTmnr lamps. and Ue powor lncandecont Ono Person waa killed. Mia Mvrtl is on nhon tbo current ivmiY. nf iTnntui ritv mwi if it.n nrwu-- . dnwd TllOH come tnuinn. Sim u.i fnarfnllv mmtli.1 ' lnrt rUUIllug hlPfldllV. for swltchos-o- no One leg was cut oil bolow tho knee, hor i loft urm IiimiLihi nnd rilit slimii.im ,iu. the ourrenU and tho other the fatal A piece of wtMl was buried in lle. 1,,oil "M tho current to tho tbo her thigh, rutting an artery, causing "" connecting with tho body of con- ndomned. Two wires at tho top death from bleeding in a fow moments and before surgical aid could lm sum mttwltha dynamo 1,00J feet away in moned. beenof tho troupe wore Injur ihe north w Ingot tho prison. Ono ot the od, and a Mr Klrkpitrick, of Xew York. airois at tho bottom will bo connected tilth tho metal cap to bo worn on tho uad, and tho other will bo ad Banking rays In Maxico. or Miaico, April S't.Xow fisted to the bao of Keniinlor's spine. theso two win's remain from KuropeatateHthatthocapItalof th At pioM-nThey will .., T..I, :. p UIIM llll, nr v. ,'..llll9ltN .imurlinir from tho colling. 1MIIH Ul I " IU'll chcd to a board tbno feet sqiiaru here. Is practicnliy MctirotI. This Inst!- - u already tutlonbas JWJChUKiO nominal capital, fasUMted to tho celling, which is oer Is directly Uion, and mid In. Tho Kinks aro gwnor- - in vw ".' J'iw'.m W IH'i'i HI" Ull.i. ally doing an excellent biislueK. 'I'he OO National I .ink of Mexico will pay four- Dion U no kIii of n cbatr alout is tho teen or tent, this yonr and tbo Iondou building, but tbero Is no doubt ita all eudy to bo put Into position at Itank twenl) pur lent, notice. AVardon Dnrslon has not dhulgcd tbo Kobbi.I tit) Mills. Uy of tbo execution to a living soul, W. W. AlHi IPA1.U, N V., April W mm tbo middle of len, Mipcrintcndent of the Malls In tho tt good guts-serUulTa! po'ol!b'e wn ano.ied nbargd ho week as th time, Tho vfarden is dlowcd toimito lwentjono persons to with robbing tlio malls. It is supK-,othat bo has been connected with the io present, consisting of twolvo an not tooxtiod hovon robborloa that'haio m.ido tho HuU-'jltants nnd not to oxcied two I. nlllco notorious throughout tbo mall man, and has h n llo is an t Tho law fuubur precrlbta bat tbo years. in tho sorKo tnotity-lh- o following persons may also bo admitted: The Judge of tho court in w bleb Komm Police Raid a Cimrch Congrff.itlo-- i o lor was convicted, tho district attorney N.ti'iruviM.11, Ii.k, April 10- Kemm and thobberilT of Krlo County factions of tho i:unge1lcnl ( bui lor Is aUo allowed to Invito two clergywho f. nor ami tlioo whoci tho" men, 'lbe entlto number of persons liiahop Ksher woro so dlsonUrly o tbi refoo, who aro allowed by tbo lav Churcli that the j at tbo llfick lo w tineas tbo execution ii twentj hud to disperse tbo assomblag not on. EJamoau Troubles Settle SCRAPS FROM THE SEA. I f m a w reck occurred on tho C an O. road here. Tho vestibule train Iron tho woat-thours Itohind time passed tho station at n steed of foon' miles nn hour Tho rear KlroKirca rccned and struck the platform covir- tearing away tho iron posU nnd demolishing tho whole platform atrtic tore Thon It atriirk tho eastern bag- gago boiiHo, llfty roda from tbo station ;n new iirlck ntiwdluir, prustilnjr In It- fr.ml iin.1 u n.fl I nir Him lniil.tlnff lh. rear sleeper then Jumped tho track and tumid ocr on its sldo a few feet from the track, shattering tho oar I lit it tiniiibtrlorwt iitrwita l'lniri u nr wo t Srat mon, Va . April 3(1 YostenV.-moruin- g "hL-m- zZi i!lJss TIIH rilAUt Or IH'ATlt. signaling Next to tho right is the a long, nar-inCardrewoiolt meter, row, blatk walnut box, containing coiled wlro and surmounted by a gauge, which regis! ops tho olectio forco In volu Another box, long and nar- row, won um '" vuhmwho dtlclnC Coll tO dlUllUltfll "" tllO lOrCO OI nnmnlnP iutniimiN In t,w electricity Iforo It on tors tho volt actors or the lamp box on tho right Itetween the reducer and volt meter Is to turn the current off a small upon agricultural as compared with other product; ono glance ai mo ireu list, tho greater portion of which con alsts of agricultural products, olthoi grown or which could bo grown upor our own soil, and a comparison of these figuros with tho average rate ot duty lovkd upon manufactured articles, aulllclent to sllonco any opought to position to tho demand I bavo mado on behalf of tho American farmer In uy annual report namoly, that byawlsa application of our protective system, all tho benefits of our homo market bo ao cured to him forovery thing ho may be able to produce." Our system of taxation, tho Socretarj thinks, demands Improvement. At pros ent, in many States tho burdon of local taxation presses heavily upon farm property, Its very naturo rondorlng it easily Kvcry corporation created assessable. by tho State, aud to whom spoctal prlvb leges aro grunted, either by State, county or Incorporated vlllago or city, should bo taxed In proportion to its earnings. thocomparative rates ot, duty qt)oA li hhort-circultl- lo.-al.- flu i one-llft- h V AgrlriilturHl Iiiiplriiient Work llumnl. On vw i, III., April 23. -- Tho King X implement works at thli Hamilton place was destroyed by flro Mondaj night. Tho entire building, with tht exception of tho paint shop, was do stroyed. Tho fire originated In the room on tho ceeond floor, Th work vero running full forco and the place was heavily a locked with wagons and farm Implements, allot which were destroyed. The loss will probably reach $0,010. linugur.Ui d ni (lurerunr. Hon. CiiNfuitP, N. H., April UX Duvld Taggurt, prtsldent of tho Stat. Oov Son i to, w us Inaugurated as ernor jesterduy by tho Hxecutlvo Com cil and will perform tho Uubornatorial dutloa utirliig tho abonco of (iooruor Ooodell, whoi incapicltatod bj sickness. Tills 1st o first time in tho bis tory of tho Stale slnco 178 that tho president ot tho benato bus boon called upon to discharge the duties of the pat-tor1 Oov-orno- r. Hulclitd. T.x- Ktruiupun, Mas., April 2X Mryor l.U Colby went out Monday mopnlug for tbo llrst time Illness. Ho dron oil alone, declining Several hours later his carcompany riage wus found In tho road without an occupant. Starch wus mado and ) ester era Ilenc. ent oc ty of Atorrfen. Inoorpo rating Un I rmera' llinkorMarsliok, Ky re (jLlriiu scier u couutiea oftblsbtato topsi 112 of tho est fkrfptnj pauper idwts In talrrp-spcc'lre- r pliU represent in (f mnnj mUilooior op lal in uoti s to provide fr tfia eoBtme f vetM n American fndatlnes, and many pulrifc highway In ICenlon Cosniy liy workman earn r? Amrlran wairrs. In tlonorn thfrlt'esof Cmintftnn nnd Ludlow ami the fn.nr of prompt ad Ion on tnrlff lenislAtlun i st Covington at tho cost of aold mu wh i ', fchallciicik Iho Iroportuhenof nrttelr- - town of nlclpalillt's toninfmd tho proiirrl by our own peopl He form.! Ttio of Colo llrlllantr. in Camp rharlcrof torillate Lull Cotinly, gltIn ltnuihen wint Into committee ef iIiohIioIr, Mr I'aon (III .in thechair on tho IczUla thelrustp. s jKinrr to build new slrwats ami nlley and issue bonds lo pny saite, and to tee pirnpriitlon Mil, I Ii- - iriiLlliif qtintMon tKindv to nmoiiot ot VflO to pny for a syson tlio motion or Mr. Dunnr-l- l (Minn.) In Inuo tem of water wort.s, for the Unetlt of all pertnkfout tho elms providing clrk fcr Sen sons residing imtrie thn corporation of the a tori 'jho molfon wai loU At 5 M Ihe Jloimo town of I lot rue liable td work on thn put die art j nrned. rouVs in Omnty, proTWlaa; that they April 51 SrntTrA Mllwai shall rot work mnru than a half mile from aakl hinotoh pn-."0 W for n Maine toOf n nppropriallni town. amcndlDR the penernl statutes IhoblU era J hn Hlark at MarnlieMer N It 'Hi so that attorne)SkaU Itaro a lien for fees II 'iw hillv transfer the rount'i mnrlno from In rase of icinproinlM) before Judsmcitt was b th" Tnasury to the Nny Depirtmrnt wns pasr o 1. A bill wat reported by Mr. Sherman KRANKs-nriArrdtl Sknatb Tlgoucral Mr huar tonm-n- d hws Av tncriectwn bill for tho s:ipprpsfcl"n nt lotteries, tho sI of bi c prevent tlie pnxluct of convict lntor N lottery tickets, the publication of lottery adrer.-- , IngtitMby thedorernmrnl Tlie tKeinent. nn t ihe sale otny puWIeat'on con ur hhi was iUscu.i"d until 5 3)p, in , wh'n, af- talnlng a lottery ndTerllspment, passed Tho ter a short secret no Ion, the hrnntc ndjurniil. resolution for a Joint com 111 U tee to consider tho II vr. The Coinmilfcrt on Invalid Pensions proprh ty of leK'Ulat.on looklnj- - lo a sultaWo h (a.orally rcinrlcil a bill siring n pension representation of the State a resources nt the of W i mouth to Ihe wltlrw o' General Grcro W cr'd's Fair was mlopted. Housa bills for thn T Hu" 1. late Colonel of tho Firtr-mtl- i Infantregulation of street cars In Co Tin k ton and ry A'nr unlmp'rtint leahlat'on tho Icjf. amending! the charter of the Boulh Covln;tou Intire appropriation bill was taken up, and a andCuiclnnntl Street Hallway Companjr were 1 Te t aetata on the c til scrTlco item en&ued. rrjeetcd nt tho Instance ot Senator Gobel A Vr Ilouk motion lo slrlko It out whs lost fit bill passed defining as personal property for all to it a motion to ipcreae the imy of cert In purposes tho shares ot capital stock In ull cor- laborers about Iho Capitol was madf by Mr Mr iirecmn porailon. JnctQuinj railroad Curnmincs, (N t The motion w discussed ridge's bill for the reinforcement of tho State by Mi'rs. Uutlf rworth. iO , Porsey, TNtb ), Guard, with two companies of caralrz, princiSpl'ieli, (K. V' Kas i. Iloulr pally for serrlcoln lheou!laTdlstricts,pssed" Perkins (Tenn MeMi'bn. (Trim I Moore tS II i, IIoustb. The fcenate bill to prevent the forma Illfte-at ), Ihiboek. iN Y) and others un tlon of trusts and com bin ft Ions, passed. Tho til ihrkourof adjoiirninvntnrnietl resolution for the appointment of a Joint comU nnTi)M, Aprils rsArr -- The Home mittee to draft a bill to continue tho geological omn imnt tn the I.itfttTette (Indl biU'dtnjr survey was ndop od. liiAMcronT. Arrtl 21 Scsatr PliU wrre t'ili re'umgtle appropriation from lbce)to charters lu tho in and a S"i' ni non roncurrrd rp.otiOl.iii ronferenoo Introduced railroads, Senato for liucktcr for a number of Governor irtoed Th. rinn i(ht nenrnnrlat InlijOOo f&r the Mississippi rlrcr siiffirers the bill to amnd Ihe charter of Clifton, but the bill wns passed over tho teto Among thi xr Iho Ian J furfeliurp I ill and Itnpreseutatlre O y, of I.ouls tills passod was the House bill lo prevent dlse iaux octtpictl the day until atij'iurnment at timing at trotting contests In Kentucky. llOLtL. Mr Wharton offircd n resolution providing for tho nppolntment of a committee IIoiir-M- r O'Neill (Pa present M the pr of three to Investigate the subject and report on eec nun rfamrcdnsof business m n ot Philathe cost of repairing the Clay monument lu the delphia a-- a memorial with 1 W0 sign-tnrnatures of tnrj boarl ot trade of tbal Ixinct n cemetery It was Adopted. Mr. and th I Itudy's reolutIou, cuUlcg ucoaSUlu.dcwUwutIn lbe promo- Clt nVprlbe aidof Cong-- a to srtVte Z;zr', . AwTl?l?-r- ' .1 t) n mt-H- nf i.,i- m rsrtiiiisn ofrrei mail ""T 'i "v i,,,,'i anu" " "--- - nn onouoiiiro eIern coait of coucvrnftiTf ihejean v, us w omrr hiiohhiiiwh adopted A petition work, Africa. Itcierp d A Joint reso utlon approprl vrasreceiicd from Ihe Mason Font Company, for lanous lo the MUlssfppl nl'n released from their contract wl lirnrr suirrcrt was parsed I W toSI The legis-Intlv- e asking to botor cornict labor upon equitable appro) ration bil was considered until I the fitate a to be pripolnted p. m., wloti rci s v is taken, tho eieilng terms. A commlttco of fire bill to amend th A tn JrtoW into HiAmntter sesnlon Ifigdt tin d lu pitt5 ijiii.ium 1!.i charter of Comuton was passed. Tu Wll Tho cilen-da- r WahiJtoh Si n that ono half the flues and forfeitures in waft'.aka nj A jii t reiolullon arrroiing bawdy house case In I.ouisril e be expended in f tlie late luptain B C It Id the bitto srord iDalntalnlii.f a Horn a for th? Friendless was nnd nmi . to 1U wn failed X to pised. t. No ipierum soon It went over wUhnui The ScnatQ. ritANKFOirr April request U'veral prhntc Mis passed n number of railroad charters. A1A prejudice lj wrre pnssr' Inrlud mr the Wilbur claim At the Hotiso bill tn amend tho charter of tho tf:10 p. m. the Sri nt adjournal Campbell County Protestant Children's Horn. IIoL'sr In the Ilmite tlie lejilsiatlie appro-- I Hoi sr. PrMrfikpr Haner Mjcra apointtt rlatlon bill vs coiUered ull da) and late in Messr Moore, Wallace, W. II Hmllli, Sharp lo tho night and Cox a committee to consider the proposiWasiiinoto, Apr I ? Foard A. Co, lo surrender tholr fvatf. In con- tion of Mai-onection with is) prrcntatlon of a inrmnnat In contract with thn Stato for comlrt labor, Mr. Hie Vllssifttlppi rtrrr a discussion relation to Wolkintr wllhirew from Iho Senate the Wll spiungup at l was puriic patod In ly tnan prothltns a replstrutlon luw for Corlnjton, lie t turning on the question rteires 10 amend II to meet objections. Amog Senators whether the leree sys'em cr tho outlet system tho bills Intrwluced woro the follonlog: Hy s as tho rorrMtone or whether ttoro .houhl prohibit any turnpike road com two Mr. Illnrk not lTeaconti"aihn of pany tn Kenton County from colteulntr tall tmrn Introdu J a bill for the admission of tbo within the limits of any Incorporated district, Thi land forfeitliy Mr Urem To amend tho charter of Was Slate of An ira. U ure bill was ti en taken up, th 1 ending quesAuthor ses Ihe Issue of 114,0(0 of CoTrlnfltou tion being vr Call's amendment In rela bonds to secure a water auprl) ly a contruel lands In Florida. Tho bill nith any munic pnl corporation thi, t.. Hills pass, went over i h( nt action, Mr l'lumlt giving nofiiANKioitT. April tice that he 'Hd c.k the Senate lo lt It out ed II Ms. To empower thn County Commit land forfeiture biil was con 7i sioiiers of Kenton county to make subscrips'riercd and went o r nitltotit nctloii frcnato tion lo the oapllal stock of turnpike roads in ot the American lhatcouuly; toamnndthn charter of Coving bill to Incorporate the JtevolullonXs'ftnsidered until Up m.uliun tun in respect to supplying wulcr for iho ctil the Fenutc A urned rens of that city and others, (ilni uuolalmcl preidcntatftoof the Ojdri. Ik1Ics of convicts to medical colleges of the II ouh r. i Utah, debt mnaso ill "as recthed and re State, lo authorize the Itourbon County Amo on Territories The elation to sell pools on herso races during Its mm tt ferrtvl to ltt e il andexreutHe appropriation annunl meetings on it uruutiJ und ut one place lozlslnile. bill was Pitucioto umblabtllswero In Paris IIouo reso'ution, asking an appro-ot Creek for tho Imprmc inent ronsfdered ''"l establishing the ItocltMil fur priation from Congress Amwidlnglfca act rcjj s 7S. nay M. A . Liituuff rttrr H Purk was df r.ted-- ji the P.iaiern brtnrh at Hen a bridge ncr latinK lirMffm spannlnn tho Ohio river from nines' road w u fat owl ly rrcommendcU by tho points within tho ctnutyut Kenton. It pro At 5 13 p. in. the Jdes tbuttwoer more pronsor roroorullons Commiitrc on the Wliul may join in any action brought for wolatlou; House UJoll 'J placing bridge irosslni; tho Ohio Into the Ileitis. hands or tho Uatlroud Commlsftion for taxation nnd subjecttni them lo city and county as well S. W. VmK was found irulll at Nash-vllluuibiiag oi Tiuiii of rompllclU boforo tlio as Suite taxes, to authorize tuo and tu pro roads in Kenton fart of tli killing of U. H. CoTunilsslon-c- r turnpike tho pivmntof tho Count), Adjourned same. Tide for McDon.ll, In Tlckott County, In Mil 'lucsd ly a(o nioniL Hoisr UlUs passed: Senato bill tolnoor CnioAOoclly council has directed tbo poratethoMt SterlUitf National Gas und Oil corporation coutwl to proiocU ngutnst Cmpny, Iluuso bill to fnierpfratc tho TiuveUrs' l!CLo!cnt Society of for tho past ton jcars, cll troa-tiro- rs tha who bavo drawn a"l pivkidod tho Inter-rsto- n America; Ilounn bill proldloff for Koud con T" tttrnpilte orcr County tho city funds dnposltod In vari- structlon of aCounty. Hou-- e bill onai.llshlnrf ia in Kenton rmijro from n whipping post in Marlon Counti, for Ihe pun ous hanks, 'Iho amount 0,000 to io,A'i i.trly. uh mt nt of uarJHW aud tramps At1jjurnil. ...!- - im" nn II tln.l. lurr io ioninu wj 'a. t .1.. iiuuk u"i ..t 1h Tjrrt en the bill InctnXn rartlculai toforidca tcrnporir dorrr mcnl In I'kli hoiriwa acrccd to Tho bid to creel asiVnn of Ceieral S'ark went otct 'Jho nppr Gallon bill was itlcuMcd for ftntimo anu tt n went over. At Op m the Senate ad jot r II i prrvntrrt a me 'a Mr llarmei (Pa.)Cut o( I'iiiiiubl mor j. ol the n Mr (JiTftdJcr ... aNaoiutiou nmcoil',fl itTt rayt to tneorporate t lures fir'rifihl of JUilwjyCumpany wtrsburir Hct rHANKruiiT Aprd i Although rallirr In tt e new bills were Inrilon, tho u luwln troduceui the Hoii-- c u ' y To Int'orporat' IhoCnrha ercmcicrj Conipsnf In l.tmpbelt Ctiuntyt incorTK'Taiinff the f ommerclal TrateN Ct till ic7 junr fr nkt piI. I 6rJ tUrl f pa" s. irt day morning Mr Colby's dead body was found near tbo hi Ink of Scott reservoir, In th outskirts of tho citv. Hts lllncsi mis nn aire HVu ot tho bruin. 4 1 o ., Olouft-Burs- t. i Post-OOlc- Anrll aa. Adhea A MVCitiNi: for talcing sounding has Samoa, recehud horo, Htnto that M ' toa King of Samoa, slguid the tn r boon Invented which does not requlro tho settlement of tho Samoau U that tho vessel bo stopped for tho work. In tbo presence of tho various t n U Tiik latest addition to tho DrltUh at Apia and a largo number of Hie navy, tbo Victoria, is said to bo tho y fargest warycesol at presont ready for Tamaaoso and bar people. of active eorvlco. Sho cost over 84,000,000, party bavo algnliled tholr accoptan-.tho new regime and carries a crow of 659 o Ulcers and mon No Mora Liquor Over Boston Bin Experiments with tho 5,000 candle IIostov, April su. Tbo oulor b s U n power search lamps show that vessels Issued by tho Dobton police lo d tt threo miles oIT can readily be dotectod. i' tf and that, by throwing tho light on tho aftor May tho sale of lnlo Hijuors titer bars muht he stopp ' clouds, signaling Is possible nt a distance of fifty miles. Guilty. O'Douovan Roasa It is said that tho first cost of buildin Xuw Yoiik, April Ut. The juu ing n licet of Atbintlo liners Is but a Mi II ' trial of O'Donotuu Ittmau nnd tritlo compared to tho cost of running rlckson for irimin.tl IUhiI up n tbom. In less than three ycara it will CnsMdy found n vordlot last oxcecd tho cost of construction, so enornd guilty, with 'an urgtut rocomui' mous is tho expenditure in wages, port Ho-n of im ret. in tho ease ot dutioH nnd repair. K fullty In tho com of IloudrlcU. n Xi Natuiik gives an account of an will proliably owato with n 'lm r or harbors, Alarm girdle for to protect them from tho sudden attack An Injured Fireman's Damw of torpedo bout by night. Tho glrdlo li CiucAoo, April aJ. Iluurj d was ghen Judgment ag'ln ' 'ko is mado of wlro with JloaU, and Is by buoys at intervals all round n Ho w Korthern Piveille rnlliond. When tho onomy breaks id tho vessel. llromsu In IHU UinpiOJ OI Ull"u through tho lino a night llpht Jlare up and indicates tho spot. Mi.i.ihu-iini1 1 t men-of-waU-sup-potte- CURRENT "COMIOALITIES. A RECU5T sufferer saya ho docs not bolievo any great deed was oor by a man with a cold in bla bead. Tin Vtidi trust has boujrht tho To pokn troll works for honiothlnu; otor yfo.tsi. Spi vhtNO of tho IT S. crulsor Charlos ton. It' tr'Admlral llrouii said hers was tlio niftsticvosslul trial trip awv mado wursldp. by a h caso lit which tho Illinois Tin uNory educational law has ilgun-i- l com losnlieil at Tuscola In tho tlnlnjr of tin trnati olllcor for arrtstlntr tho Ik. )h wii absent front school without loasc ' men oro klltt'il and IUo Injure. .t,no")ooaoiy laiaiiy iv iii" lauinir rofk In a shaft of tho lireat I.astorn of a Mini i'ar Norway. Mich. Tht Utlins ucrt' taptaln Wm. Iloopor, ono of tho uldt tnlnlnu superlntondonts on tho t'p, r Tonlnsub, and Janus Martin, a v1 Wm. Kii.NoMis died at Tlno Hill, H KocKcastlo County, tbo other day was born in IlawUlna County, Tonn., In 1770, and was thoroforo 110 3 oars old Ait tho time of his death, llo had been a constant imorot tobaeco and a inodorato drlnkor for neatly 100 year. J. lsnru., tho farmer near Itowlla; (irroit who bad had hydrophobia forauv oral days died tho other night. Tin: following fourth class jHwtmaa ters for Kentucky weio appolntod a fow daya ngo: Kdna Doyle, Hall's Landing, Owen County, slco J. Hall, removed; J, .lanes, bmitbflald, .Ico 1. 11. Voad, rs never make successful lawyers, becauso tbey aro too fond of gluing an opinion without pay. A you.no lady at a box party ono night defined n chaperon as l4ono who got out of tbo way whenever tbero was a chap around." Tin: man who invented tho clothespin as a remedy for snoring was n brilliant genius in comparison to tho aver-ag- o weather prophet, Timi: may be monoy, but most men will stand nt a at root comer for an hour waiting for a bus or tram-ca- r rather than pay for n cub. luwjor declared ono A wiu.-knowday at a dinner that tho biggest thlnu; ho had overdone was to crosvoxnmlno n man unt'l ho did not know whether he wns married or not. A olkhoymvN w ho recently held serv ices in a prison preached from tho text: "(!o homo to thy friends;" and for onco In tholr Uvea tho audlonco expressed a deslro to follow a good man4 udvlco. v crlmo-hauntcd A cv.MtAi. old judgo said women mine'' Alfo.to children and uiother-In-laIn tht villljo of St. Albans, Quebec, a coup ofWbnths ago, has been $en tencei toK banged on Juno SO, iIrkwph. a former operator ot Cln mnttl, took first prlzo at tho Now Orliarl telegraph tournament tn too will try to Ineioase tho 1 UispoLpjt Dubois, who murdered Ms moed. At Henderson, tho other day, .Tamos Wells was comlutcd ot tho murder ot Eugene Cornell, April 0, tho Jury flying his punishment at twelve yuars In tho ' at Lair, Harrison County, was robbed of 525 In monoy and a lot of postage-atainpflOVMIMMt Itl'OKNUl 0tOtHl tllO bill to amend tho Newport Light Company 'a Tnlr rund to Sl0,000.0oa cbarlur, ( r rank Wood-rulTrauk riiUltpn was I in mlletment against lr :, Hint-I- charging bun with klllodis reported that A. M. Smith, near bj Captain n Iho murder of tho lato 1. IHnoille, on the Slli lnt. A g rutifQ con (mi n, was dtsmUsiMl on the '.'Ut In dating baik to the war is the cnuw as consent of tho State An In lT Ch j Mill stands Hlgtlfll. for Tun rroIdent has gmnHnl n pardon agiiiT1 htm. n O mtii , tho Irish In the oaa of Sawstol Wooaattrw wn iiatrutui member 01 raritamoui, will slttMi In KoiitMrkj of tlrisUiaig tthoi:' 't,;id to tho marriage altar a nal roouuo law. daugv,r0' M. UalTalovltoh, tho rarlv Two bhartiri tolo afeMt$46B8.Msh tho olbrr slay froM A Ian iitaiicjcr of diamond County, Atk , .1 V. btolnaw X Son, Jew lera, IrfHiavlll, In lUitJpatoad ttn.ith arid Tuiiv Cnotwu 1jhiiiii in- u I) win imi haa otor a foil 00. Ivnhor oloi n gaugr for the Sixth tfeirttwsjjr W4tfsVi (((M i iiiitiiiuji ooinghiauueu eri sV VpJT HfcAITt HWlala)tsiIfUri4 todt'tftntl LtH)IH,r r coning wound KoottTtndHat insKbiyor. from si Iu ho can not post-ofilc- o T penitentiary. The store and ti tn-"- botso-stoalln- g x woll-knon- lsr V! PfJ? i v issVisiSUfafi mmmmwmmm i 'J; :mwmymrt(mmimKmmi iiiHimiFIflmifflT .r , At&W tKvt, .- - vm . iMiiiig IM& -- W -- 1&3E .. - TV Mr F k XmX )l f I fmmmimmrmmmmmmmmmi&MmBmmmsmmmmrammmmvmmmmmmm&mmmmmm9mrtmKlmmimmmr thijit ( . - pwnw m NEW SPRING AND SUMMER J1-- & niiiimi' I'rm Wi n rpiMywaMimtaaMPWygMfcwawwBBwUdi a . . , wywmnwwiiim wwwwimwmw mn GO Aft. rs 9 I" T 3 "I T. .A. NEW AND BEAUTIFfeli GOODS, EMBRACING ALL THE NEW NOVELTIES IN ALXi LATE STYLES OF 4T. "52. V TVT Tl v- -.r I U!!$$ urn fiOOUS, lie sold the only house in Ilickman thaunrries the splendid made Clothing of Wyler, Aekcrland & Co., the best niiTT cheapest line of Clothing in Ilickman. A beautiful line of Ladies and Misses '1 rimmed Hats. of Slippers that will cheap ! IlMlJIfi A beV.U1er.ng l.flay of Gents MCffiS, 8HBA0JBKXBS, iing am the only house in Hickman IlliOI magnificent line of Ladies, Misses and Childrcns Shoes, embracing all Styles the very best and Cheapest. that &&0W sellHOffllT, the celebrated to has the risrht j m get the Brown-Des-nove- A full Hno JJcckucar-somctl- v Tlxo above STAR-Y Iiries of . Nobby ! A gnnd line ui Notions, full and complete 1 Call and examine goods and prices, and wc will guarantee that .... - C3.-ooca-.j3 et:re etll First-Clas- s 3B e a,nd RoliaTDle ! cry ixmesi . i rices u un ruu .1 p.. ... tt i uumnan : t -- - 'i 4 I T m.uuo l.vinii'UMiL.Mr,. fun: ioiuMMi:M' "vaki:iuh'nk Tltta ! tclittt .t.LI'KI'HY.In 1ift til A niLL lov Ing h In v of one dol- vaii nnnlil ffl w viivh vumi?j ' ill VII Vlltll .Mrrmrtit M lilrh Mny lr IllaMn ytm muft hare It. to full enjnj lift the Stulo, wiir paHsutl last week lruu lit llio KrpnbtlrAti. Oi Tnesdny of last week tho ThouftAnili reiarchtnj? for It Mj, ant) IHOKMAX, KY., Now that the reason is appronrhtnp, boar in mind iiouhi, ior uommuu The nrpro movemont towards Senate comtuittco on agriculture mourning lc4ue the of fiinl It Dot. Thou Mr. Gaulish; thinks Co inrtSBiOyiuo I ijower -- -' - I f1.l iivb lin t.nt ilotlam ar ipcoi consider-alio- . autWtiKn thoiiiaitiN that )uu can get UAUGA1NS at nut andforoHtry had under will not ntljourn beforo Au dun iuriiU3i'. into t SUlioui lm our noplo In annualljr 1800. MAY FRIDAY. to tuko effect unlcBS mnjorlty of political Independence is showinc Senator Vance's bill to pro-tid- thej may li Attain thU Uom the Ami yetthat I .. It nignft of great vitality. A North for a system of warehouses tnar I haj hj nit. Run it man wivutfl to see jR'fd's the voter hi encli connty tntlorBO f Euarantf that who Is tho editor produce throughout tho Ettrtrio tUitara, If tuetl nccorliu to ill roK ui.r.nu lounr or APi'RMt. tnoUca Introduced iu alio CTttts. Umna MnUlcnbnrtf, Tnylor, war Carolina negro, tlio negro organ for of pnnniuna i iiii iiiinnin ii in- - ! eu titer or tuo Uazette, ren. uummi, LowIa nnu rv iib in. ririinni inn inn n JT r mnlhorifJ to unnoiince Mr JAS. 0'-- fourt .. com- countlcB wore oxemptoil. Tin; Ohiytou JJrccUiudo nTirtvi.' terms wiiiciiii.aicno ' 0erliincnt, which In to Ishuo it- - W" " II MAKTItV, of Murrrn rounir. a enn imw.j Ui- 1i!lo,i..1,f ,!,, ti,irn.,l'mon l,Jr'lr' "J eii(IiiUtc for Clerk of the Court of Ap mittee is still !u aosMoii at Little He will ex' ingo Farm Implements and (JodiIh, ' , ?q"Tn ?;iV,1.iM'" JlBPUESfiSTATlVR Alio.., of MIh- - ' n e'enr nndorstnMUIiiK of the tnelh- - '" penis, ntibject to Ub a:iioa of the IXm Hock. lleadtpmrtirs lor '"'7f nt Gaih IViccs for CA'ITIjI.. , h that party has herelA fJ.i'u-:'- " ii.Ri,n.l. oxnlniDi'il In tho House ?' oertlc pal I j. Tl.'L ,i S' h L ..,,. i..... t no iiocro vote, "tiitico . i , " T.u.;.v:. -i K , --- .s ::: ::: :. L,r. . onii s,.,i. toioro noiti -- .... ...... im w.. ' w.. mu .... aam The cotton men are protesting intt ,. nt tmt .. .i..i nK n ...i. .i iuiil; -.iiri?iiiiiuiu"i in HiuiiiiirL til wiu i ci "" irr We are authorised to snnotmcr THOMAS 0.. .. !!-Mw . .'i1 ioi --V says no, "uic iicgrw una iiiu t: ..,.., no mini was lurut i -- .. " ritr ' reu--J iz" Z? " vt nieii "' --J1-. 0. POO It B, of Ilickman flnimtjr, a a Miongly ag.tiubt tho Butterworth nt.ii. nimv ii tiitr nr mntfi tnn nf mitted to his own humiliattou. Kvt - i Wanamakci's piety, during debate aaJMaie for Clerk of ibe Court of Ap bill now in Congress. tho committeo appoint . peale, iiibj'tct to the aetloa of the on the Legislative Appropriation and consented time and again to Oil Inr llint luifiinan w tlm r Ait. thing told HI ill kinds, and the h'st uriet.v , "; ,' VI ., . V ;"" cie ration of obscure white ueii, ,.... pM A SKTitHMKNTof the Chicago Hill. What ho did say was that because an i heap as in any competing market. Itwasthousht thnt tNey "V l ' """ .l ' VV.Yr"" ,T.e,," deWe are authorttel to announce Mr. GEO, carpeiiteis' strike, tho men to if the Democratic party had ,"1U!. wo uld brine n few votes to he It. MADDKX as a camlMate for Clerk resume work today, is reported. faulting State Treasurers in its Itcmthtfcan party . . IA 1.a.a C14U" ,J" J"4in. iuuvilltrt-- l J. 1UU'. liv h.I, U till U ranks, it did not elect them to the of AppeUt auhject to the action Court e to this so long that Vie sketched tho decline in agricul of the DemocMilo Stole Coiifvuiiou Kbmmlkr, tho murderer, has 1'uited States Senate or make mitted thought they could coutu tural value in tho face of man el nofl8C8 ons progress and development of! been temporarily saved from clec them Chairmen of its National no ron corrvrv jiimjk. in mis out uny oi promiug other ttociition by a Federal Court Committee. industries mucu nntt poriormtug uoiuing aiu rig the past two and interests dur We are aulborlre! to announce Mr. N. habeas corpus writ. decades, and InHAMMOND a a can JUate forjudge of Jei II0IU ino Ill'Kro vote, jmu ii sisted that something should be Instkad of waiting to send Ike Fulton Count Court. Clectloo In mis mey niu ccnainiy oo nisap done for tho farmer. He charged XtNKTKKN hundred hills have dribbles of money after tho peo 1 pointed. The opposition to h AuuU been introduced in tho Kentncky ple of the Lower Mississippi are administnitinn is general amoig tho fault upon tho tlunncial system drowned out Congress should tako of tho Government whlh had reWe are authorized to announce J N OUT-TE- legislature since it begaits sesY!XI!S e a cindiilate for JiiJge of the sion on January 1st. care of tlio great national water tlio negroes all over tho couutfVi sulted in money and , and tlio reason why there is it t 'ulton County Court. Election oext way and, as far as possible, pre-products. The remedy .MISIMOIMS, AM) an outbreak in other Statea is Colonel AugueU Polk suggested was: Ke- Tub St. Louis Republic counts vent it from innfettng damage rATlON!i:Yv store silver to its dignity and place of sherifTs I Q U O 1! 8, We are antlkorizetl to announce JOSHUA .18 a NA YIA)K an a candidate for all the) sales (in most of which mortgage I ho carpetbag riiif?:..will try ) rights money metal, ulth (he qual. j. iuu iihLiiniii.iofeirjuiiv.iii.i. . to (lie othoe of County Judce. Election i companies are plalutifls) fa a sin L.II rnr.m.nn(nUr;,.tAinrtn.,t.i.,..n of coinage and all rou ltepubllcan par)' control to A u gnat. legal tender which gold gle issue of a county paper in the ignorant that thoy will bo pro machinerythe this SUNDUIM. in State, but wll ities of issue sulllcient amounts ided for whether they work for a MUDICAIi possesses; Kansas. JTOR COUNTY rfjCUIC, be left in the lurch. PALST tiring or not. people, "The negroes have suffered fir of acurrency direct to tho to TTe are antborlzed lo announce W. P. usi:. nt low tato OILS interest, Two hundred colored proporty a candidate for by reason or tlio suppon tho legitimateof demands of meet' TAYLOR Hon. V. .7 Stonf. hasintrodu-tyenr- s tho owners of the Mississippi Valley, lo the office of County Court Clerk. uavo A SPISCMALTY. representing $10,000,000 or prop ced a bill in the houso requiring iney other given carpel oaggo's msluess of the couutry nnd which v Election lu August oext. ' the court of claim, when limling," " mJ shall bo legal tender for ull dol.tN. crty, has petitioned Congress for ron mi r,u i rr. For 8,r. and private; Becuro bucI. aid in building levees oa the Mis- - facte In chbbb BiMit to thnt tribunal "P ' hy eoSrr.B, to alo nBcertain ..sue equal COWQILL'3 EYS SALVE. Wt are anthorixed to announce T. H. BlsMppI ltlver. mo to pen cy inotnlH byd.Knity with tho iuouno i iiiu 'whether or not tho claimants wore basing It on real, tim-- ' JOHNSON at a candidate fur reelect' " ! Kl.rnm.ti., 0 lI"';,1,,s 8" 'K ' " ,,blo substantial values. Colonel r Nenr.tf ion to the oftfe of MieritT of fulton Those of Kentucky's delegation !"" citizens iluilng the war. eounty. Section In- Augiwl l'olU wnfl fo"owIy Hr. 0. W. ' COWQILL'S WSASSL OIL. who voted against appropriating The republicans who are lighting 08flUof J,,"' 1 " al '" any money for the support of tho , 'e "Uoremnn net" m tho house, won JMi.r.n. tl MeCnno, chairman of tho national ' Icpislatlou of "I". eom,nle Civil Service Commission were'"""" that 82 of the 28S claimants. We are authorized to announce Mr. GEO COWQILL'S PILS OINTHSNT. DI3ALCICS IX Messrs. Stone. GoodnicbL Mb. naineil In thnt bill, were not IiuoI, p.u. Il?;.i v!a!L "' .....o tm.acjr0' Allinnco. who addressed himself urn JAKl'j:NTU n a caniidite for re- RrMrv nii.1 W.Uii... imbuici wn.c. and that Is one of tho excuses morB nnr,lclrv to tho merits election to (be o&ce of Jailer of Fulton gr for Tetter and ltioKworn fliai rrtvo ftw ntirinctit rv t li n anmn couoiy. Klectloa in August, ... rospootablo white men, thousands! uid details of the l 8stem . of ware- MM V Iff .1 I ., IUUHUCI HH UUIIIHITU 111 .. UIHb IIU WWTfWAWUM A A UIC The Christian county Demo T !H wUnm nfliurtrUn 01NTin.HT.j FOH AKHKSSOU. crats claim that the registration Tiltttin will be two celebrations i.t r,f.,.w.- - .m. t... tu..i.i! asserted that the merchaudisothus iiivii luituiiun muh kttv itviiutiii aored would not deteriorate bo. wrrorwormf, the Centonnial of Methodism cm party. We are arrtliorlzeJ 10 aunounce C1IAS T. law recently passed by tbq Legis-'o- f ow market standard and that the CowgUVs Pleasant TTcna Symp MCIIOLS at a candidate for the office laturD will enable them to, curry in Kentncky this ear. Soathern "1 do not believe ITrrrison will of OouuiT AMcetor, at tbe eDtuiug j that COOUty hi the future.i Thoy Methodists nnnointed a Centen proven loaslule ami will astern uau OH g u f,t.eirc!og. . 3ESL"ST Mytlmtlarc .u,nbei?foflilleKal,nIutComndtteo at their Patis Con. be renominated. If ho is he n practlRAUid 3l3I3C33E5alTi!S: - SLJEU" California, where! SATiSFACTIOX OUAnASThKD ritU UOJtfKY JllTUATDVO ... r.o l',- - IHtikf In lbfl rotcre nro .... Uietlovfo i .. loan. We are anlborfzrd to aooounee JJ. C CMl inesr rti.on, ..... I. . J " b Jft AminVAv TiinVMm .Met.. .. ww ,t.. n nA.. h nixl nnn "".. TKK as a candidate for the office o r r Wt ariMala, MtMtim nJ ri I7 thr cattr Wt a afalaj ilr fra-l:U1.;.!.;J....!.... T "eaverse to flo?nr.nJil.lnTfr Ld uuuno mi iiLiik iiuiiunikuti 111 For vSale 99 m Proprietor, Asieifor o( i'Ullon count?, al tbe u rented. Committee at their Ashland A Con them and thousant Buronun WnetiutttiuU. m m mtmmmmwm m iu rtr 41 t tk. rirrrim untiiRMiniiin Chnlra. FlockorH, w euUy Augutt eleetiorv w . aiMi riBibir fereneo. Each committee Issued iV. 0 ,1" . irVi.TDeiUOCnitlC t part', warehouses owned and controlled lOUWulLL & UUWulLL, Wurdromm. Chamber 3t,M.mroe,e.,suring,ttto nutMftlfl-- , ,wU wllHt.4 iMilnr lAffAP nf iippiincvoiimnfa lbCm- In his speech beforo tile Old a We are authorized to announce J. O A. In nt U nutl Snl". would ndoptn wh.aiutrr.oaUnrtnrtnkorV Qoadi, Hickory Club nt Little RoV Mr. Ullll tot neither conferred HlllliiU ,.rt- - iMtAMni . w. . COOPK't ae a caodidite for i,.M Kv.xtvckw .!. itirkMiv. r...i....iii tui.u.ri THE HICKMAN COURIER. PARAGRAPHS. FARM IMPLEMENTS! 1 .. ';' ,. ' . ..M" ."";.,.. ;t; ir Dera-ocrat- Ttl",V"xl ;ot'", What to BSbShI havys "" ". jl ;Ii; Buy? '' r -- . Ltr i i T. .SW.AYIE PEUGQI ITS And )onltrH in ft CO,, N high-price- low-price- d lnel,drert...., lwsiuiiniiis ( t gkfejJiiBE ,, !'' J; """'', """.."X' PRHSCRIITIONS 3" W r,. rURNITTTRE. FURNITURE. J '''"f. J S ."""i-rnnih.?- STEPHENS TYLE It, tliB."Fr - x. plirnijlirc aiKlUndertaker'sGJoods, Jfit trnv .1I-- 'j; 1 !"' W'VVlW?"? riii:r.f40oDmurAunr.iti. rt 1 1 f i! puuri, has introduced in tho House The ttnderatntd, cvtnuicnclnt: ImIh h bill to reduce taxes by placing .1 j nu tlie Tree lUt nil imported goods .n Hicfciaan, only aAn anhart of Ira It, ctuiJi-Uia tquart, straight lml-- ' cxch'inccd lu foreign countries for pnjwuiif toito far az nosilbte value re a nfi, farm products. It proides that ctiipdci'mr and ?rijr Irannactlon, and In each A lull tuiiljr in all uises where It can be Mi own iNnim? iu do rrmiieti Is just Tun New York Star of the 30th upThe Southrcsonrct-- now opfn'ns1 by proof satisfactory to the Sec- - t Family (iroeante kept, and aokl at a 1 t her vast of Ex SBNA'foU Joseph E. MeDon-eult., says that to a fow confidential jretsn ot the Treasury that nuy- tow price aa anj. j wealth to tho intelligence and' aid of Indiana in au interview P. n. ORYAN'T. JaljS Tim ro.MiMt i.iun nn.i. (goods, wnren or merchandise . Imfriends F. V. Leach, private sec- the enterprise of tho world. Tho published in the Louisville Courier! . .1 i rop G. l v)hU. vt. iTiOnrJiO oC . !.... nnvo ,ormi """ l,,c,1IT omicn As a specimen of JCepnbllenn retary oy Senator Quay, has dis- curse of slavery lias been wined .rnnmni nra. Tho Anaimiian Ut.t.11 ( 111 .tlllCI(.M 11lfct4 IIIU lUULlLIIO closed the Republican Hchoine to awny, and the clouds of factional ballot system seems to work iu Jl,S,InS tlio Conger lard bill or n tils of farm products In for - . MAM'IMn'l ItKUH OI1 , , hatred havo disappeared, leaving favor of tho democrats. it fi,a!H8 out I bold reliof. It is eU;n countries, such goods, wares ' If hold congress. It is proposed the H sweet aud tho beautiful I.itid " a fair claimed by tho friends of tho to havo Suieriuteudent of Census iu all her native glory tho wonder stops corruptionIt, and favors seems weaemro that Is is intended to pro- - or merchandise snail be imported though it count I am for free of any duty. Any deficiency uuder-couu- t uegroea in ui uiu uuniiuiiu luonuiuirauoiii to bo flomow int cumbersomo, Myicfc " Porter, "i "VB1, ",,lot ' rnviiinn rnnsftd hv thin net j KINGMAN El BOMAR combines, and nlao that it ifl '".lthebe provided tho south, cutting off eightocn to of mankind. M !:A!-- . H.WofftWil Hr..i.lH t.. for by tho levy. tllO ItltCrOSt of plUO food. Oil shall InrnnlnntH Hmltnd U 1IMI vntura. 4 titi I th of hivn at rpiion t .twenty Democratic inembersr In lag of an Incomo tax upon nil in (able prlcen. Uood Oufiriet, Spring Waj. The squabbling which has be-- ' Thou all tho voters can be known, the other hand tho charge is made ' eome nf Jt'OOO or upwards. Agcnta for Morris Machine Works Engines and Boilora. tho northwest tho population is gun between the newspaper r&4 jaii lUtii lwj frcb( aodlraTel of, and repeating and bilbory more that tlto Conger lard bill, which to (Jrtrcre ewplojfil Drummer to be swelled so ni to give tiie Lnglatid mid those ofertnany casiy detected, aud quick returns nothing more nor less than a tax 3rtiul MhiiI :vr rinirilty Aortl Spuing cleaning has just mm i4tIraetori1 aerted hi the beit republicans ten to fifteen new rep- on the Afncau colonizanou ques-- , made, Uui tho Australian ss-lio- on tlio cotton seed oil industry of and every housekeeper will equipped I.lferf ami FrU Stable In tbe ttbcQ rou indicates that the dark ron-- ' torn is more fuvonibfo to the detn the South, is to bo passed for the need either a Parlor or a Chamber count ni ;?ci, stbvt resentatives. The Star's infor mant declares that the meeting of Jl111'1 :it.,!,t IIIIK "f the ,xon '' octtttd than to tho republicans, solo Dtirnoso of Increasiuir tbe j nit of Hiruiture. lou ran get rig glte un a call. Cor, JacVeon aod Kentucky Si revenue in order that a dOcit "oti at SiKi'iiKNS & Tylku'8 lIeU! CtSlltUfy limy 1)0 tilO tho republican national committee, 11s bloody strifo among thoSCCDO Of because the latter are experts In iiiiiy uui nccur 111 iiiu 1 rensurj. CCl.KHItATKJ nations political trickery aud corrupt uso KHNTrCKY HICKMAN, J;2 cheaper than ever. May 7r Is to endorse the sclieme. of Europe as tho Western hemis of money. .it ts Known throughout the coun - No newspaper ran pass the try that tho policy now being purphere was The politicar situation In Ne. eighteenth lu the seventeenth and frontier which speaks of centuries. Henderson News tells tl.i8,B."0iLbI,V' .1,."b"c,"D" i".0.0,"" the Czar excopt as a great anil The braska is assuminga most Interest"u IY,, .... story on ex.IJoiitoiiiiiit.Qovvriior ... good innn. There must be no refing phase. Van Vck Tuciin is a bill now before Con- underwood: uAt a recent banquet is out with au open declaration of gress Kussiau religion. for the estabiishmeutof au given at Atlanta by the Odd Fel- try in dobt, and in nrdor that tho erence to th'd ..:u....u 11... iA..f .. n... ....1. war against tho ltepubllcan puiij Insurance i... Bureau for the protec- lows, Grand Sire John C. Under- .i.t.ii. i. of that State, which has long been tion of public interests In the Dis- wood, of Kentucky, got oft a wit- legislation, i. e., subsidies to ships, Riboria, Nihilism, nor anything dominated by Union Pacific in- trict of Columbia. Hon. A. It. ty Joke. When the dinner was extravagant pension - measures, eise unicu cnu pnntjiuiy iniorm ,...... K1l I fluences. In a public address de- tho Hnssian reader that ho is any l.tl.tl "" """ ? "" V uiuiniui ui inu nearly finlshed.HOU.o one remark., ,:n,Sri llvnrflrl dnrlnrr fliA itBt Mr ..... ...... K.i . thing but an abject slave and ox- ..U WUIIil od that ho had not touched his brought jfnts only because tho Czar allows watei. Such was a fact, nnd guiso of forward, and under tho luin to. ". St,'.ltu !k. L"ud"lml!nJ protecting the farmer. there was a heaity laugh at Under-wood'- s i tho peoplo are to be taxed to meet Dl 111 IIIU UUIII lillU M1JIKI1 , Asher Cnluih -The latost Republican sohemo expense Hut he was ........ dijuiUCIJ1..,. .1 A . .:ilieir wines thw Hon. ,m f thftm. to UH "'WHIHI-I- I iUn ,nn,Rflr,tt of the Gov- -- .... equal to the occasion. Haiti he: I tho increased expouso extravagant to squander tho people's money is i jittn rt nopoly and low turiLT issue. Tho , , to build a postoiHce In every town "My filfcurin. I plead guilty to eminent caused by World-HeralOnvihu supplo 1C I :NTTT7CTCY wiu I of Europe are Tin: receipts wicro menu mis declaration with a prop tning wise men un their minds the charge, but I am n trun Ken iiiiiuir.,u.nin. iuvlooieu. pcopio on!co the gross$3,000 per of tho Louisville and Memphis, 11 is to make nmouiit to unuum. tuckian, aud wo caro little for u o uni ho casny ovory ono who Keens m.u mnnanr. wnni.t .. WITH Bd.0,,t r1' I,rom - wliolherlbB Impemllnu wnr will water in our State. Tho ?.Jl i?m!! ..i.uM truth is, clear to ' .V .', . .. ,0 t tireaU out next yu.trortio your that in the Uiblo only ono man is posted on current events, that buildings ail over tho country, at Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars BUBK"1" ,tllt after. If all parlloB ire ready mentioned as having asked for tuo Kepuoiicf,nsarei)cntonuBii.g'fttotal cost of $200,000 or more, (ROM AND TO him Moinlmitert up tho surplus by exttavagaut ai. lliopeihl,,1H Ml,B .ar W0B,,, ,,0 water; aud ho was in hell where-h- propnations, nnd by so doing they . u ifl a aolienio to purclutHo tho XiOulMVlIln, ZWnniitlilM, lint on alliHi.ce bo IndorBud by tho Uemo-welf It WOuhl relievo ihenconlB. votcs of tho workliic men emnlov- ought to havo beou." JlMiu VloltHhiii-tf- i iinil ' ".' will necessitate a postponement oil in too nuiHiiug to prccipitnlo tlio lim lN'ov OrlcuiiN, viii irnnos oy a . candidutcH for GonL'resa. which L.hi... .....i .1 '..1.1 i. I of a reduction of tariff taxes, or In nvj 11111111U 11 1111:11 National Democrat says: other words, fail to pass a tariff bill. lavish oxpeudituro of public funds. In turn bo accepted and en- - liitiuiiuii ...iu kill The shall spared months of worry at tho 14 Wo trust tliat every Southern doraed by tho Alliance. The removal of tho tariff from THE QUICK AND DESIRABLE ROUTE hands of the political prophets. Denlcr It& Democrat will roalizo what tlio atAoiMflVLTURE. on which all hides was a Domociatio measure. TO ABD rilOM tempt of tho new school of agi- other forms of business dopnnd,M Tlio Republicans who voted for It Oaklisi.e pub PMIadalphla, lUltlmorr, Waah defeat Islnud lishcs in Tho Forum for May a re Their !,..... I. II in Ithodo ....,-,!,- . - tators, who would substitute tlio sufleriug, and the great railroad did so only for tho selfish purpose Naw York, Norfolk, OM point Com for , I. .. DROGMIEDICIHES, PAINTS intlou, I, view of events since the last Pres iuin .!. iviii4uiiuiiiia m ;t iju&'iu- Government warehouse scheme interests aro boelnniiiL' to shnw nf relieving New Knulnud from inu lttchmond, UutTulo, CU eUml, To- corner. Tiiey can't say it was for tho tniiff reform issue in na- - tho offects to a marked degree. taxation while insisting that the Idoutlal election, his aim holne in UJo, Clileafto, Inditimpolli, HICKMAN, KY, show that tho Jtenublic.iu nartv caused by tlio ballot, fur that tlonai politics, really signifies for Tho wholo business of tho oountrj rest of tho country should con- CinolBiiaii, LouImIIU, conducted tho last sAiiinnifFii in i would bo confessing that thoy the South. It can result only in has beou forced to an unsound tinito to pay high taxes. Rut it is l'.AterM hiiU NorllieMNlrrn IlaU, order to procure the ollicee, and have held tho State bj means ofi ono way. If tho tried and true hubls. The government is inviting not a question of how there came AND PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. tho Democratic party in order to corrupt elections. ThAran't say men who have championed tho in- panic by interfering with trado'to bo free trado in hides. Tho Minr.hU( Vlckiburj, lUton Flougt, New Orleani, Mobile, Llltla Itook, Hot further tho principlo of tariff ro - itwaH tllu tnliff for tilt would terests of tlio peoplo in the past and by turning money from its only question Is of what tho IU ts. AtxxApitm Cftiblor. Hprltifu a u J pohili In Weit Ten- IL itccniit ai, irc. C lUi.TTin, V Trof, form. Ho argues that both gain, impeach their high ffotectlon aro to bo set aside- for now mon channels of circulation, publican party will do about ft. If Tein Arkumai, Mia. theoiy. And of comso'they will whoso real purpose is to bieak up Without reliof fiom minr lcrrinl.i imtnxcd hides aro a uood thine, an od what they struggled for; tho 'Inippli Loulilaiift, and Republicans have the olllces, and uot own that it was tho nnpopu-- i ' tlio Democratic party, thou tho tlon which is roanonMhlo for tlioNn!iiiitnxoil nlouuh is Justus uood a TIIK NOOIII A.! SOUTH U I.ST the Democruts eoe the principlo lrity of the ndniiiitvtratfom peoplo must bo prepar- - conditions, their natural result thing. Southern Th line li thoroughly equipped and In lor wnioii mey couteutled gaining en logo iiiiuk o yearn aim uvo will no panic, instead or prepar- iu popular favor every day. He The vouorablo and persistent through all tho sad and miserable ing remedies, tho Republican par- - A vcr.v tiny boy stood on tip- - firleUie condition, arid protldei an . summarizes the pending legisla- Capt, Cowden is before Confess exneriences which thoy so well tv is "merolv hlunw" intrnilm.., toes and tiled to look in at tho cellent Aarrauirment In time and through KrlArUItK U the time and con tion, which, if passed, would uot again with Ids plan for relieving remember. To defeat tho Doino- - ing bills intonded only to secure box olllco of an uptown theatre cira. Tf nli'Dee aveurrd b tbe Limited Expraa only exhaust tho surplus, but tlio .Mississippi of flood waters by cratio party now is to enable tho 'monopoly contributions before tho performance. Tho Tralna. Ooljr a ulKbt'a ride blean for its would require new and heavier an outlet through Jiko Uorgue Republican party to regain that campaign fund this fall. tlc.knt seller nrotrut oil tho unnor IouliTille and Meuiphle, aud the beat and taxation aud he points out how and at other points. Tho Cincin- control over Southorn affairs part of his body through tho win- - quicken aerrloa between tbe two cities ever olTwrad. tho ltepubllcan party can uot car- nati Commercial Gazotte lias long which produood all tho calamities ZJelng regularly orgnnlaod and rondy for buelneoa, wo renpoclfuUy sollctl Si'EAKEU Reed has not vot de. dow and gazod down nt him For lowest ratca, time Ublei, and alt ry out two opposing promises been a convert to ami adpcato of tho carpet bug period, aud to elded whom he will appoint to thoj 'Say, mlstor' tho manikin tho patronngo of nil. All collections nindo for dopositora froo of charge. dealred Information applr to plnco in tho Committeo on' mantled, tloyor pass do potfoshl" that, ho says, it made first, its of Capt Oowdeii'a theories hut precipitate afresh upon tho SouthApprored pnpor runuln three or four months discounted ut tho rate of FIIITZ HKU.NER, Ag(t. promiso to tho people that it tho engineers aro unanimously ern peoplo all tho woes from which Rales. Ho is In somewhat of n N. 0. itfet. UK. K,lllokmao Ky. por cent, por annum. "Yes, when wo know them, Or W.l'.MUHUKLL, Agent, would reduce the tariff, and against him. dipt. Cowden main- they fondly beliovod they wore quandary. lie Is convinced now Who aro youl" NN.& Let Democrats that Mr. Mills Is entitled to tlio second, Its promise to protected tains that the levees ratio tl)6 bot fully dellvored. I'm do clappor lu do Midnight Or J. L. l'JIUUN, M. V. Co., Rlvei, Tenu, Agent, manufacturers, and to pensioners tom of t lie river, hiitthoeiU:lUOtirfl bo faithful to tho ideas and in in. placo by tho usages of tho House, Boll." N. N. & M. V. Co Padueab Junction. H. BUCHANAN. R. M. ALtlXANOER. C. DALTZErT. that It would iueteaso taxation deny it, and contend that fcira aro ciples of their patty mid uvert and tho tiaditious aud congrcs-- i ow lork Ho was passed. Or W. II. VUOUTV, Oen'l Paaa. A'gt, J. W. COWGILU. W. C. JOHNSON. J, W. ALEXANDER foe their beueflt. ' this most torriblo of calamities, always formed below otitic! 'sioual practices. LjuUfllle, Kj. Horald. R. U. DUE1VARD, t t God-gir-n Wntterson predicted tbntfWeve-lancouutj. would be the next ndminee of the Democratic party, and that hCllOOL .StTKltlNTli.M)KNT Gov. Hill would place him in nomWe are authorized to aooounee JAS II. ination. Wo see no reason vlut. tiAU.VUKKS ae a for releo ever why Gov. Hill should be acto the olfice of Connl tlon buperlu corded this distinction. Undent of Common bcliooli. to tbe office of Tax Ancivor of Kuliou d ..u' -.I 4 P PIUIIMACIhTH, Conference to do so, Iioiico a divided uouteuul.tl. bouthern Methodists chose May 15 as their anniversary day (according to Mc (Tyelre aud ISodford); Northern Methodists choso May It as their anniversary (after Stephetts). by a fllintBtfnnlli n nmMl.rjntlv against them, the next election would, beyond question, bo won oy that party. nllo l am a Ko- publican it must not be taken for granted that inferior white men can tlocelvo and insult the colored race and then receive my support.! ntt. Keprescntntivo Wand, of Mis- - No Sensation. J r iwRenr, ... j5 .? wk . An ap cu. trt ;r mm 1ST-will avsT icivMAiSr I . Livcrv and Feed . Ti jH J "1 " ht .. oi FINE BUGGY SPOKES AN I) COUN S ln I be-g.u- i, n t HERTVECK, BALTZER & CO., 'i"? .::'. -- .'.."". '. .ui .,:.. iV0 d '" oK.S?n:fS,ho "", .... ? I U.mfft p wwmi wmw MAM WAGON IT OK MA X. S&Big:?mA,N: a ikt .' 'Jf. THE OLD ESLXABLS. 1 U.-MIMIIH- CHAS. A. HOLOOMBE, AP DYE-STDFF- S, u - net. BAMK, iut 0ito,l7 HICKMA.ISr, KY. $50,000. t DTHEOTO RS: v -- & i JfcftW !fcSW-tiSbkKf- c A -- t "a: f " r Jtj tf' ER3K i&- - 4a xl '. . (f ' " lmiHI. ;! i NSrHNCEl! lMiifcjytwwwi IIT iii t.l Ontfl MMMMMVmNM lirroanr bont trtttiK ynimin i timt) fwr t0 , ihr "I told 0f lne , A COMIM.IMKM' IO 1IK1CKAX. 3 , Ilshcd In Mlssi6slpplt gives tho Coniin!fiftloiHM. Wilhnrn for the enterprise and public spirit foltdwiug bit of information as to Is having Mownr Avinmi flin ixr of our cltizcMifi: 'i. bow to secure good roads: 4ik. put reshape, .r. pareterv 10 reietv In "Hickman takes tlio lead on) f (M f gravt Ourpnbllo roads will noverbe Htki'IIT.nh &Tyivk hne llio ubllc 0MU,ririfi In tho 1'urchane. what wo want them ns long us thd llllM'St ll)t Of IlllllV C;frtlllrAH CVtT W (0 llOl V'U eXCOpt Patllt civli, presont system of keeping them -with ull of her liberality. TIum onlv brought to Hickman. on nivalin. Manv of our over i:W question for prudent people- to ask ' seers havo no correct ideas of how Tho rnnlilLMtco of Mrs. 0. 0. now is wnemor or not v wxj CAN the hustling ok1 to work the road. It is a poifect Norrit'l. In Union (ij, wm (M)r0red bv oiii iowu ift not .7. going out nuisance to havo our public roads fire last week, lotetli-- r ,ih nMrly .all ii m I7 c .... I iii"."? "" .V iibus i f r mi M ii li i. -- iiii i"....ii. miiii nun itiin mi. obstructed by ridges thrown up 1"1' tr,Vri across them. You will often And UKPKK8KNTH OVBR n prutty smooth strotch of road -- Tl.. Hnvnrnnr r . i., lltiio when llbeiullty nlioiiUl ceniie. ruined by having great ridges !! IIIokln" " towji of Olllj nliont $S20,0Q0,0C0.00 In:urar,:c GipitiL hs. IteufilA proamnion rt tlioiieuui! luliabltiiiitH only .puroutiM-.- i TfMtU every few yard? rind what good TXT C- - y Ulow Kw Oritin, frou mi .fur tbt ' about twice rh lartre iib Ilnrdwoll can they do! Turn the water Wr& All business carefully attended lo, fint of Mx and owing to the ruggod surface fromlHio side of tho road to tho and lfjsr.es promptly paid. TIio editor in absent this week, of tho land on which tho town other! Is that ItT Ndi They Office la lUnk Hullding, Alttndtnf lb lUr tod UV(9 c0in. was built tho street ts and side break vehicles, strain teams and HICKMAN, KY. JaSLW Hon, vrlilcb mt lu Vlckbufr MI , en walks have been an eiiornions jostle tho very liver out of thetmv. 3NT d&5 o-SOlbult, henco Iht Urt 0f tJltorUl tbf SeviMalcarHago the eily elers. They are futile attempts to nulUr In tLIt iiu. KnllroncI Time Table. ndvAlorrui tnx waa $1,50 on the That In ASBOUTMENT, QUALITY and LOW PRICE, will remedy what mlgnt bo secured In Ik you want ulco Window hundred dollars. (Ours Is twenty. another way. It is, doubtless, thd N.f c. & at. L. it. it. Shades and Curtain 1'olcs, call on live cents.) Yet, In tho f.iee of i orv i i object to prevent tho water from I AttKIVM LKVC this, thu town wanted to build n 4:2.1 31, lit tp, t Train V. 61, 9I to r . STUPHKNH & TYLKIU TmU washing the center of the road in W, n Train M, Ti.U school building, and a year or two to ruts and gullies. Dut tho trtle The Supreme Lodge Kuigli's ngu niftktt eU coootctloo with Thli voimici.VHKi lor the building remody Is to properly grado the U Pftrnlt Mlctilfin. tli L i. N l MeKtml foloc north, nJ )f Honor, ocft 'UHl fter that tax was voted, the track, so that tho center will be JU; 13th. Mr John w, Coii, f n (t.D N N a M. V. at PJueh UW We heartily thank our frienda for tlieir liberal patronage town derided to give jjr0,0(M) to f Ibo 8npru kept higher than the sides and unf lnf norili aJ llie Nwtra ccom. oil, Ii o'i tbn QrmiJ IiJ of lUprt'tnt me iMiiucaii, during tho past, our ilrst year of business, and cordially (! KtnOitkjr Iron lliekmnn & South. broken by the plow. This is only invite thcrn, and the trading public all, to call before a sample of bow our roads are Some of the knowing ones em Huilroad, and when election daj rolled around not u solitary making Spring purchases. worked. This Is one reason why ADVERTISING BATES. r prIUllnf lhl fllci, aioulto, J wlnj'J lnvfi of all klnj, "111 b "rt man could be found to onnose the tho present la, and will continue, a r ,( n'1 On rU(. " H'er Issuing of tbo houd. Now the lhn ctnm U failure. Anothor reason is that the w JO bumtroui ihl - . o hlt wtmmm iip yr wor 1A 00 lhj nol twfta tfr. citizens arc nek ml to (Innate LV 4f. . hands do not perform moro than Oh.frllt ColviMti - . UHliltlk 0(K to n leveo ami railroad to be as much work ns they rtloB, in cnUpr lulich f tMlMk, flul lly Aucnst 1st, If all goes well, built from Hickman to Humboldt, ought. It is tho rnlo among them 4 IMtMl lriltf to "play off." Then again, those rr tpul llkii of rur4liJ iUrll f ibaU know oneo nert hnr mioj y& Tenti., and $.1,000 cxtta to com. Hio school building, and who do the work fcol that they are thftiM will b kiJ. . wi i Ill rn""iTriiwn it ttTiiifU, n1 keeping up the roads for the big io lively oppo ibe grit rtt,r Juat '2nd. tBouiiriv dj if a, SltlOU buwiiih 10 iuo no SOIIH) of OUT Altetitlou, OetuoeratN I ttl Ulif4 M l Ik A rr llii. raontb bfinn StiaJftj. Altl. to thlH tftX. If folks. It is regarded ns menial to U Hftl wh ttU rUllHtrb fr a!!! r wtlltr atlN4, People should go down there and To work tho roads. RJttor Cwitr: the Dtnotrati ff Fulton County, A'y; How is this to bo remedied! "ttlo .frald the., pe.nl. In accordance wph lha Mr Arthur King, In the taat buo of I eipremeil of bonds, they certainly would of in ecu i of the pari aaiembUnt atwlli ihe CouaiFB, requested rae to publish bis Well the plan Is this: Let there be Ilou.f, in ibUcbj, tn8turJ, Uf 17 Ibe (r to emiut Lt eir; ! moerM lo the call, it'o j. not fear to vote the small sum of Court lloufo on the Htb init , bertby note In answer the toy rrqtieftla naktnic htm a road committee for each beat, If followa; plee ork ( IW. Cbalmun Cowglll'i If r pu'tJ $5,000 for a school building. Bonds iiliif a call for a Convention of ibe party, lo Mas. UunaiBD. road. It asyonr note and let thero bo a road tax levied. I recelvad ir llU, tl PillUlmlt, tlichereln itt- - lnu. aro excellent when not large lo b htU at the Court llouae, In IbtaaltT. about ihe ruad, I Intend to havo the rond Let this committee be appointed If r wst f ! Lllf II If !, Lime, Cement, Salt, liny, Hran, j enough lo becomo oppressive, but on Halurtaj, p the 17th ilar of Mar, 1IH, norkaJ it ol as soon aa It gets drj. If I by the board of supervisors and If Ti waat ?( r.Jt, ro at o'clock, for the purpoie of If ? wag let it let out tho contract to work t huM i i J, Ao.f we keoii constantly on hand, there may bo such a thiugas over- ilalcataa lo the diaie Confntlon, was to have the road worked, and It If r lHii Cr4i, doing the bunlnenR. Howover, which metti In 1xilavllte, Majr (li, 1MK), to rain, It would be none than ever. tho roads to tho lowest bidder. at lowest prices. ! 1111 lafUpf, If Kesoifullj, ! Arthur Kino. If ? And last of all, but most impor Iillac Ttfl. re, 4:lMf Smith, Kr.MR0N ithure ate men in Hickumn worth to notalnte ROnilhUte for Clrrk of th ( lu(itrl Iff If ta arm friendship existing between imoro money than our entire cor. Court of Appeal. The qtunllon of priT The families prompted me to ask auch taut, let a part of tho road fund ! If f U 01 PHIKT1X0 !, i,n. .iniiti)... i nrganlzttlon will alao come befort our the to mmi rrlftU, jc bo used to employ nn engineer to c cIIU tk Convention. Kvcr Pemoerat In n favor Had ben the only one bene 7r m lifiJtirftrr iair, ihiot. .n.r, whoroaU run mviript r i!oko bonds mid work earnestly Counteountv ii make specifications for tho work Ibe requested to he fitted, I should not have presumed, know. OfGcc. to uli crto4 i now la Lmud .,r. ior in cm every nine." Kcpectfulfy, Ur lht those who role consider them and inspect the sntne when done. preient lives under no obligation to thots who This will mako tho burden equal. lK rrowo of glnile (iroporlloai i&J J. W. COWIhL,Cirmn, a double t of win,.. are denied that privilege. When the roads No ono will be exempt. The men Dem Com Kulioa Co Kjr. GknW if you want a suit, ret drr there will be no necessity for who get the most benefit from tho Hickman, Kj , April 21, 1890. to tho finkht The next meeting of tho Ihck- - equal in tnakc-uworking them. You say that working Mkiiokjlm Tailor Worn;, buy Mr. F. K. Onso baa gono to ratu DuiUlnc anil Loan Af'tdM'" will them will make them werre if it rains. I road will do most to koep it up. ItOOHlXJ SOtTl Hl.ltS TOVtN, f ihu tj.ib, Htrouso & Hros' High Art Cloth crtir oo it 3ri ThurJr admit, from tho specimen of work done Hut tho time put upon roads is Mtmpbl on butiatM rU.l. Dur mum t. ..U I..)..r .L of lug. J lhf -- 3lt, "eh wilt probbly be the worth money. Haltzuk& Shaw. It will bo done Tho "booming" of town sito' Cpt. John J. Young, of Cairo, that ilar or flura will aeeruo Mmbi n ai it oninuniilnH Ih n science. Alio news-- , consequence. vou w,u for poiamie or shed scientifically and properly. It will wouIJ da ttll lo nab a nolo af tti li hone tn furlaujh. a 8eMOa8 wm pay the public ten times over. Let your town grow steadily. papers teem with advertisements ,a iberoadf'The difficulty drouth, of obtaining Mr. D. H. Ilrvnnt and wlfo arc We are in receipt of h eoinraathroani em up in night prr of sales Of lots iu towns that no This havo are' timber aud Ihe expeoso should be consid seen it istried. fiction. Wo like a u In Jr ; ih algn'd Mm Crfrt, In Nlitiltf this wetk, vtfill.C frlfoJ Lt lie crowib that being established in tho oatllf?ered You say that the road was drying raaneHn, It works ihe WaUar ltoil tu, Ut to la ffft hj InaihatiatiMrtupphra of btallb t MIm rnntilct Olav has rotnrn- - in tat tur iu which it wi nrx. r B6ariihmnt Aptlr the r'aitrrt thai- npecinl trains aro chartered for' "pldij and would "on b In conilUlan to charm. J hftnt fron n riltoifpJ Ult to hfr eomptllfl lo tfar IloftruDtilrtett. rk ' Jraw cappal, nl kp it lh cor- the use of prospective pu iU(r U Uflrtburg. Bring your Watches, Clocks, iirilon and ire In Mual cltltrna ure rapitauHiH arv unifnauiu(i in gor com to count lime for me If I was stuck rou IokCukam Paulo ri uru an.1 wise rneani ilo inOi.ree.pl. j Jewelry, &o., that need repairing, MUs ICrtto Unrrls, of Union iiie f 8 8tjIo ntogetier tJ0 In the mud. Ur t"m lallst of other wilt Ibrri ht of Ihe world City, rrlurncJ hatnv HuuJ from bUBlllCSS Of ab00niltlC" IS a lively 'Fair Play'' does not say woman la su to Hob liuck, oppoflto Mil Shaw's rlilt Parlor TO.DA Y, In lha rom tp .l y wL I. Indn.trl.'. In ih.lr lnn. Ifto n,. r to fritoJi d ihlt elijr. If you count males grocery, nt Buck llros', and ho htr lait if4n. oprotllo .Mm Joit' Mil do ihl- - tou may eipect iDdeftDtte growth one. The new towns in Kentucky, pcrlor injulgmentnod females hi prisons, have Mr. Wndo II. Little nuil wife, llnr Store. 8b IntUoi ker fnt&l o and rtpanaion. Teniiosseo and Alabama are nil admit Ihelr superiority you wiltabiding to will ropair them as a na law and bar cream aod uta apliO of Mon, rr la Iowa 1ut9tty r ell -- Capt. John Kweus, govern.' prospering mid la man who return. I was going lo nay citizens, had forgot. workman should. Milt i 09 of llit mo prmlofHl ntr atttoilou i;uartiltJ. .VOStlTdny from 0110 of them ttn thai your eex had decided we were net In charge of Ihe UnllcdC4 ment cbiili o( lUt nlfrf rUfi( Utile (own niicklrn'a Arnlen Nnlva. -- Little KIchard. Hon of Ktd. It Male endneer gaugea on the Miistatlppi said that the street scenes remind eittscns, only amenable to law as slaves, water Tiik lb;sr Salve In the world for Cute, ! abaui 10 years .iir-- i s riomiag, and tributaries, who vlalta all the cd him of tllO (hlVS of MO. Each fty yrtir aiatemeut you prove woman's Itlver .ira. no well, accompanied by h tr daughter, MUi i;ila, returned the 30th ull , of spin! n'a n (great water ahrh of lhee rivers annaallj, town Jft9 n newspaper Or two. eupar!r executive ability in Hsleg work Brul res. Scores. Ulcer. Salt Itheum. Kever le brr 'I'14 cl,.T with one man that you required twenty Soiea, Tetter, Chipped Hands, Chilblain?, ' borne la InlIaoa( Wtdnrilay. aflvr a fiin eympaiey er I,f im neari-ifi- i '"J1.1 ?V?1 1? be- - men lo do. If I was overseer I would call Corn, and all Skin Krtiptlona, anifposl. - mini! iii ui iuim iiihl hie ijciiiv iiimir ni The newspaper is established vl.ll of several werka to htr daughter enilra catnunnlly roea out to IU lOV OUt tllC tOWU. sal a few msn, In turn, to repair the road lively cures Pilea, or no pay required. It reaved (treats lu lb luvi ( lbr drar Mirv r.lif tlnn Ik rlttr. ktid he, 10r0 RltrVCVOrR lira Nannie Lauderdale. Itneeaea is, not nave twenty men in la guarau teed to give perfect atUfnction tlil&ks that Uet sione ehouu icctunt, 1110 town, sometimes. lays QUI Mr. IL M. Metheny. I), I). O. lHlUbv tint mn bftf aneh dlf. or moner refunded. Price 25 cents per Ladikh woo desire the IioWmu h...ni Aaa.i..p M, attended ka OJJ Kellowe uiLreot wars of workinz froa women, lott box. For eale by J. W. Powgill, )rug- - .... m. i. tkm, , l 1 Asportation, beld at Melnille, lllnlea Vniidvkn iSittcrnnln Enibroiilnrlrn learned to . ...A ik.i k b.U ih. r.Uf.n far ara.l." u ,or '." ,fc ""''have not lb. eplinleraeconomUa lime. Did- ritt. i" " to.. . 1ao cele4pHI lMh. Th eeflnn vt broken buggloilrained and U.elr water turned Into' ami IlCCS Should lint ,e fl;tt Cull.Ueen rlrer since Ibe treat Hoods of lbSVh " tli 7tt anniversary of Ika or brated " 4I, imnuirr. it 1.0a Kt.TtiMi Pr Cincinnati capital has prt'iu hleh were broken before the lOHiT a lou A Mrrn of Inpcr Nfaci Jlrr Life. cih- - the IBSj. drr In the UnlleJ States. Mr. Metbeny been ucfse the lady who dared lo write few It was just an ordinary pcrap of writing deal of and and was aceotnpanlrd by his wife. Among the dolegatcd appoint-- ! . these now towns. Cin- - ' csofabout Ibe road, who do not mention paper, but it saved her life. fcJhe was In n nn.i wrote the o'lier Ihe laat stages of your own sei est t urrpr-?n?lf cluiintl Commercial Gazette. :! consumption, told by ??.'"!' ?urt-"-in ma inir o; tee Hi much for Kentucky chivalry. nhjsiciAns m I J'ptUi la .Hn.n ifc k tvJJIac 4 euMJlnc riftie oi jtqnicitT raauonai that she wm incurable nnd -, P spy woman In this county, adjudged f u whteb met In Vbktbtrg Imi Gents solid Gold and Silver convention, could live only a ahort time; she weighed ' f.arj O t c t,ftj IS men Street Mrti-u! f(Jy rMtM. Wo mip tho following from the Bardwell Star, which speaks well 1ST E --- 7V rtt now to flixtitf; ciou no a oh. Tlid Pickona Entetpriso, pnb ft SPRING GOODS! hiiov MRS. A1E J01L fh I IkMILLJNERY! 7. o g - A. A. DAVIS iur" ijm; 'jf&Bw next NKW INRTaLt.mkvtm hv nnrina fflc u iibii;r f bliaDlS C5 alia ii B'aiiC? JJP7 KOOQSr w. ii ib I B.."udo Shoes, Hats, otions. hkwauo T O HP I3C X OEIVI2D WKKKIA'f nfirFo HIXTY IAYN. In order lh innf;o fnnni s spt-ioI will sell goods at very reduced prices. Clint it Ht. a J9orn 33iiHt t InohMlo Ilotol. C2eljp&, , EtIOKiVrA.r, nmj: ex . . . rl . . June-lio- n IdcLuce and Liv Stock. first-clas- fr . . . . ;ir fr rr, W:""tS:":vl 7S!?&J!il2l,' Look at This fM-ll- lo, 1U vir ru m- i !., BALTZER 1 &. SHAW. one-thir- d tienfal assortment Family Supplies. Also, Salt, Lime, Cemfcnlf Feed for live stock Cornj Hay, Oats and Urnn. Land Plaster and Field Seeds, of the bct, all of which will be sold for cash A general lble of Farm Implements and Machinery, nit kwkt tjl.4.s& iv vtmimvMi or onr tusconms win to given cash purchasers. s Agents for n number tof Factories, and will order, tVtetf wahted,ahy machinery wo bare not IU stock. SbV Pll PSsji Ken,, aanufJPzJASnBBnsiai KIUNTITOKTf & Sr C3mOCSK.S,- ! h BllSVRB '01J3 HEUABiJCI'7 t SpIendldSlock cf Ml y r(r. Elt, Y I of ihe er klnth of fcul mtM j HAflDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, 1 sjnTTyt i.rf.tflJl &(,, tic ! angsJis; A-f- Hi which are offered it ONE PRICE, aW (hat tery lowest (be darkei juitifle. f, m1 l !. 1 Courier Job " earnc-Ml- IoofiaLsg: All gooJa guaranteed to le as repreMoei" est fSjp&Glshlfyi LOCAL NRWS. a. Election Notice I pssfe p rn - an-- i4rt-Injr- a .Mrsan. 1 It . - first-clas- s Oo-- 1 ( .rt "!fJ":r.0". ) Inter-Mat- e ..; '.. . M'ntzcAS. the Hoard of Directors of the Mississippi Kiver Levee Company having Office, Clinton Si., Lacfede Block, presented evidence to the City Council of the L'iij cf lltokroao, Ky.t of the HICKMAN, KY, of an set bv the Oenetal Asaembly of the Commonaealih of Kentucky, at Its presWill promptly to all Insinew lit ? ent seuun, authorizing the City of Hick- truMei attend care. (o hi mchU-'LH- ) man, ,, to vote a aubfcriptfun not to exceed Twenlytlve Thousand Dollars to MISS R. ADELLE AtLEft the cafltil stock of the eald Levse Com itany, ttbe paid with City of Hickman Suceator to J. C. Slltton. bond, md bonds lo to Issued upon Ihe completion of eatd Leiee, puyhble in ferty 6 per years from dale of issuance, cpnt. lit rest, payable UlCKMAN,- - t r KEKTUCKW Therefott, It Is ordered by the City Coun-c- lt of the City of Hickman, Kj , that an election be opened mid held In the City IOOKS NOT KKPr IN STOCK, ordor-- r request. Hall, In isiJ city, between the bourn of Stationery of 0 a m and 5 p. m. on Tburslay, May 15, variety and sfylcV SeB Also, agent for the loading nena-pape- rs lfcl'U, tossceriatn t.ie voiee or ibe qualiof ihe Untied Slales. fied vottrsof theelty upon said proposition; aod U ald election Ibe following quesdoo nail be propounded lo each voter: An you for or against a lubscrlp tioo of $.!50OO to Ihe capital stock of the MNsiw.lr.pl River levee Company? Byorierof ihe Council. apace to name all' articles1, but n? W. U McCOTCHEN, C. C. Attest, trouble to ahow goods. B. T. DAVISy Attorney - at - Lawy Boolcs and Stationery etrf W. D1ESTELBI1INK, Family groceries. NO n"--,J-i- ft JPrcii Groceries. wirae ana sec, at tho corner Cf TroJ and Moscow Avenue. Kast Hlokmrn, Ky iWa ' " n- craph from one of our State exchangee: Soras means abould be devised brims the publlo schools, or Ihe Igie. romnlatnlng as vary Ur Uiure If necessary, to prevent c'i lren they are behind with their farm work. with coalsgeoua Ulseasea oetng per teu (0 attend eohoil, 1'urenta ana ternere Dr. S. K. Davidson, dentist, are both lo blame In the mailer It rl oulil will be absent from the elly for a fsw he looked Into and remedied, m It U days from next Tuesday, Olh Inst. Well, there's 1000 yards Dress lion of such easra wn'ilJ check the rr '' Goods at 7, 10 and 15 cents; form Wa aro sole agents, in this t,( dlnease and pLrhapa sato many Tt' city, for Strouso & llros' High Art ews or lricc 15 2"s 5 "h1 i0 conlH' The ML V.'onion (III.) btM) iloas. HllUollB At 5 Cfllltfl I er p Clothing. sneaks thus of one of llickmant fir lUirzKH & Shaw It. t.M . ilnvnii fnrmnr tivirn 111 it mill lli .in...i.i...i t.vr.a 1M Intelligence uns received lioro tUQJIIV M0;f0U'ra. mis Lluio lor.J , q 'yards Klegnut Laces, 3 to ., . . w. IMI...IIWHMHM.I.UI of Hi lentils, in iftKe cuirgeor iipriri" ,q eg wlj e.at 10 C ent 8: former f Monsarratt. at his home In Argenln. Arte, mimr .Unrimint far thU Mir.n MUi n,l prieo 25, 35 uud 10 cents. . . l. 1. . 1,1. nf . I Hickman school dUlrlcU Misses Flats, in Bpring chickens will bo on a lo- when the town people ftrepr.,rea " '."Jim5 W,D market, and a great many Novel- whites and colored. Hats,button Al UrMl MW'0W?y,r 5 Ike market In few weeks. el.e and mean bu.lness T.. of That amount of money Is too great a ties. Our hftPtl anmetlma keep a ptee miles ami ly exaudor Kid Gloves, at $1.00 and Harris' NirkolPlato Circus miles behind the proceiwinn P you have maili-- lo he Itf hlty Ignored or lost through 1.25; also, Lace Kid Gloves. The ni t an rnrrr GOODS' pussd up Ibe river uudey. pure negligvm:, a good lewn and a good counlrv lo inUln DlAba uncoa Intefit stjIeB Hibbons, Notions, &o. It, don't be afraid of a reasontb'e amount of the Tho Courier-Journa- l The river Is rising slowly here, of bonds tbey wont bite r' u ton rtrju. ?0tb tilt , eoples the oard ol Mr Anlnir cannot ho excelled cither in price Give me a call before making your but the upper livers are all falling. spring purchases. PIjt publUh. answer lo Kim Mrs Aihhb Jovks l now on ed In lalast week's "fair of the Cui'itua, or quality Our Now is tho season of llie jtrar Mita. .If.nnie Judge. taeue to advertise, Try It and be convlnetd displsy an uusnrpasseil lino of and add: 3:23 WHITE GQOOS A prfrapb wax published laat week The young men of Fulton arojSnuMt and Summkh Milltkkrv, very pretty and THR Fulton Graphic says: "Fulttalking cf organltlng a military omrany.l including UM the latest antl most nbout the enterprise of Mr. Hubbard, a aro pronounced who, at her own ci. Fulton oounty Would be penre, had a portion of the road nor her cheap. Our French Satteen, both on bids fair to rival Paducah iu A special act for Graves coun- fashionablo Novelties. iu solids and fancy colors, are cer- the way of 'futuro greatness.' On ty aatborlisi tho use of Ihe for psiiy 'glftd t" show aniuo to ull who may home worked.was It dev lop that the whole tainly tho latest and prettiest styles. Monday last slio spread herself thieving. proceeding thoroughly characteriatie 5:2 favor hor with a call. of a woman, and H has given use to noma and voted tho extension by a voto Don't forgot tho railroad and Mr. King, the eurloua corrsADondence of 10:tforto2i ngnlnst. This Is city trln- - road overaser, it seems, Is a gemleraan of CUALLIES, Uvse proposition lo be votsdon Thursday, A maiden from tho only tho beginning. Tho stock May 16th. psd lightly 'mid ihe trees, anJ miffed Ihe literary accoraplhdimenls, and is also duly LA W'XS, for nn electric light plant Is about pun cnt odor that floated on the hreeie, sensitive to orltleiem directed at the perGallaghor's big flouring mill Oh. tell me, ancient farmer, "iiharmsj all taken; n double hcadod match Mrs. formance of his duty. QJXGIUJJS, at Cairo. III., was totally destroyed by fire so brown and bare, what Is factory will soon bo in operation; tn' "Ottdrou Hubbard will doubt'eta be able to sustain last week. flower at reni ihe morning '?" Loud herself In this tnurntmenl, and Mr. King, CILUtltttAYS, &c.t a stavo mill will begin work iu Hickman real citato Is look Un..kJ a n.llr.l f.vi.mv fli fll l.a.j it may be presumed, v. Ill conduct himself this city uoxt mouth; the question log up, and, at present price, U a oafe rolled down hla rheok, "Why Mess you, with the gallantry which becomes a mnn all tho very latest, in fancy figures, that's a pole eat, and I've smell tilai for a in n content with a tiJj np"ntit. Thu tdripes and plaids. The very finest of graveled streolH being agitated Investment. nutl wo holievo u proposition will week." road, as a result, will probably bo better colored, bleached be submitted to tho people in a Table Damask, Tho Dyersbnrg Gazotte Is altendel a..a..t. ni r reputa- fiud( inJ to, and thus the neighborsK,nM(I and brown withinNapkins to X ,: .ilt , ln (hf T(iU 0 lhf bene waging araleuttesi war agalust the hog match; time; in faot, Fulton is going tlon, already established, ns Doing 1C0U(D may result In far more good than lino Towels, Table Covers, Splash- short of that town. to hump horsolf this year. So - the people of that Hi to are In ihe habit Headnuarterd for Gents rurnish The Southwestern Kontuck lug Goods. ers. Fine Laco Curtains a special- look out," of accomplishing down South.' Medlcftl Aitoetftllon will uiett In I'ftd ty. Oil Shades, Curtains, Poles 11ALT.HIC A 3I1AW. 3;'J8 on lha Hlli Inst. Thu aLui'ltMie and Carpets, nice new and cheap.' -- Avery important and urrent Tlir I.acleda lloiuo hai been renovated There aro over four bundled Our from Cellar l0Krrvt, newly painted, all need Is rsforied lo In the following rra u OS and fifty while school In -n , qil,410B 0f the mail vlUl Im- hr lhi Tenne.. n l(((f r 0, JMUr. ana ' . titii.lk nnrl ligble. .Uin, ..b.i w.rk.i ih.w.l, ..'d Mai. S. M. UusBAiio. yr7J!"ZXl." "LI We havonoiva very com. iletc as- , . I i ,e nquire. .. o oblon, ",n h, 6f Strawberries arc late getting will J, j,... ...o sortracnt ot c.,t.reon,rii,a l.i,40iirri.r..ij U9J ' on hff01( 0 Into market this season, New Millinery Goods! rftii'fliii sonicianVi r Unce llie lieopie gft lo serieo-teontiner Tho ripple crop promises to be Summer Ur? Goods Iluck Hros is Ihe place to have Ibe roftttrr, then tbey will act Ohion will Spring -abundant In Ibis station. never reaeh hr full j yenr eyes tested anil flttei to the t never Ihe wealth she isieiure, will yield Mrs. Jennie Jndgo has received yield cajiible of Ico cream and sodn water best I'ebblo Glasses. nuglG The hfr new stock of Ing. III never frwarn lue iitor oi tier Consisting of some of tho finest consisting of tho Spring Millinery, w be here. soon Mateo ' J - unl w have Dress Goods Latest Styles of V Longruniilng bonds don't hurt ever brought to this M " nro Improving. Fnlton la to have electric Ibeeon.iructan-X WrtneUy, SOlliull, was Charles Heed, WntcllPfl. We will not bo Wilder. -pi U hf iahU Cpilc kUk lft MftHai U Ha nft4 oi iaauc.p, inoBii rproy. or i;o. ,(, JIUCK HKOS. I jBtr4 aft. lunoue, oj ueergs nftrren,ei iiicaman.i Ift Ik uprlftf ihftlJft' fift tra fnn ttr I niu d.1I.KI.. ii.,. lr viiOb!on subject of 'Houd Mak t hrrw. " r'''0crai seiibiy remarks: ,if Me.st . ' I !! to., Hoads f mair cWlki tri ' r.i Pl j V f IheMlaevMin. I. Jr. Hftllr ". READ THIS! ' 4 I and bid taken twenty6ve rksd the road as It now stands, the e art would reverse Its decision and send Lir lo Ibe asylum to keep her out of mia In the first place, I dtlnot pro chief ptie to put the rod In o'der. It was dtngertus, I purposed to make It pas nble, and hve aooruplUSed mr object. rase, ... Br y ii The undirsigned havinf purchased the srocery stock of K V Cav, will continue busineas at tbeoldatand, and proposes to sell a rood tioods, and al u low prices aa Having bought out H M. Mellicny'e Cilf any. WU14pprecIate your trade. Bakery and Grocery, I will he plearetl D B. BRYANT. july6 to sec all bis old frlendi and leas thanftevenly pounds. Uo a piece of customer. wrapping paper she read of Dr. Klnc'a New Discovery, and got a sample bottle; FruRli IIihmmI. CuUch, wtcfr it hel(ed her, she bought a large bottle, Abvayn n llniKl it helped her more, houcht another and r Delivery Bread Wagon Mall xUi Tho Acme is tho best Harrow in grew better fast, continued iu uae and is 080, and nt prices ns low as can you every day. now alrong, Iiealtur, roay, plump, weigh IftlS tf GKO. KOKUNKlt. big 140 pounds. Vor fuller particulars be bought anywhore. . II Cole, Pruirrist. Fort send stamp to IIKLM BROS. AR'tB. Smith. Trial (otllea of tills wonderful Jlickmau, Ky. 8e27tf Discovery Free at J. W. Cowgill's Drug Store. F-A.R- BAKERY MBAKERYf ACME HARROW. S. K. DAVIDSON 3DR. A.. JL. PHYSICAN HICKMAN, IS New Advertisements. rr''ftnfj! ' Ladies and We are now ready to supply the trade wlib pure f.AKK JCE for the season. Wilt deliver free of charge In any part of the eily, aud wilt not be undersold. 4:25-s- t W.J. 1UKKYACO. THREE SUBURBAN RESIDENCES Ice! loo! I)r - AND SURGEON KENTUCKY hliProfesslonal Services to the cltlienl of Hickman and vicinity anlC-'8- C a 3E ur rjc (Orace over CowsilPa Drug Store,) i: m ae country rnoDUcr:. Ye will pay tho highest price for Oonntrv Produce. Also, you can alwayAflnd n fresh supply of Butter, lip??, Chickens, &c, and n goneral iiuo of Family Groceries, at onr store In Hast Hickman. HELM BROS. , lEoar Sale! One known as the joiib Wittifig W KoOpl tlio Ilicltmnii, ICciiliicUv Don't You Foftfcl TlIA T li t Af containing IU acre; one, iheOeo, Helm place, containing 0 acres, and ona In West Hickman, all of whiea I will sell cheap Terms easy For particulars address, OKO. N. I1K!,M. 4:25 tf Hoblneon place, se27tf NOIUIAX STAkMMOX I 1' - R My brick business houao on Clinton Street good olstero, dwelling up stairs tained or tuarrfl traded, AUo, 6 rooms, and modern conveniences. a welNselccted and fresh Mock of Groceries. Also, my Carriage Shop and grounds Terms easy. I'or particulars apply to or la a blaolc Jaek, VJ biuda high (standard measure), and is a cre oiu. W. T. liUCKNEK, address, Is too well knova to need advertising, ex. eept lo let Iht people know that I elill have him, and that he will wake the pres ent seanon, with the Jacka named below, at my atable. I miles west or Jordan, and 0) miles north of Union City, at 510 00 to Insure. Monty due wben facia are ascer- c: 'wi ha 3 2sr r GROCERIES wVo Aorf moiit XXT Oood HIOKMASff deirrered fo niy lo Found prl of ifie Cify.' A. F. OLIVER, HfOKMANV o CEKK0"T?0KI0 KENTUCKY. line 4;lS3w Hickman, Ky. ohlldrsu the WHArS 01 ""impdrtamt" notice'to & la a to be CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Farmors in this locality aro leeeof Bargain Counter. price. ho excelled in style, fit and HO also carry a full line of FURNISHING GOODS. GENTS i the rooms newly papered, and the whole House newly aupplled wlih furniture hureaus, wosh-atand- s, bedJin?, &e. iUU hoilie; ,u ,n u ip)0,nl. i9$9lh menu, Is, beyond doubt, in Ihe beat con. .Mr. Uit Ion of nny hotel ever In lllokman. M Amberg, tho now proprietor, proves hcc 44-- handi high, Terv ln heavy body. JatlaTiaTe both proven thcmaelfcs n Jack, 15 ou pUVE Mi: A TIUAL vben repairsv,nf: oc? T Wackamlthlng done, a or I aUo of Vngooa, &c. full keep 2 2 1 "Z "T.""T" JOHNSON fitiuTSc-ders-. Undsrtak6r'c Goods, o - R.Y. McCONNKLL. OOLUMBIA HAL! S. E. & G. Common, Uoewood, and Solid IUaek Walnut Coffin and Caae, which can be Cllrrf frtr--- ' ..,., (.i the Ilaittlst Huuday Pobool will enjoy nn ohbfasbloned basket plcnlo at Cotnba' Hprlngi tO'tuorrow. fruit, those have pool Dyersburg, Monday, having a negro boy , In custody, charged with breaking luto a should look well to them. California will H0"11.'! n iM. nomuiiiuui aucmi probably haie more fruit than the people house Iu Fulton, some time ago, Buoh as were never otrereu before there will know what lo do wph, mU Worktnon nro ongagod In tok-In- g there Is o uood Knstern outlet Miould hero, illld first 00IU0, first served. down tho machinery of the Illekman ins rauroaiM nut aavanee tbelr irsigub So call early, If you want choice. loti Faetorr rrensratorv lo movlnr It to ralee Ihe prloee for greeu fruit to? est bePL ixuta and from thsnee to some point reasonable In all the taarkst of Ut counELLISON & CO. r iv iivw ivai60 Fancy Dress llrald Trimmings at 10 cents; sold at 30 and I0o. Fancy Curtain Net, 10c; former price i!0 cents. Cliiltlrcn'a Hose. 10c per pair: cents, cost us L'a and Turkey Hod Table Lin on at 25c; White Goods. Our Hemstitched worth 10 cents. DON'T FORGET to go and fiml bmhrriblnriil KlmttintinTu rtltlk Wlilln Ttiltli) TJnnn. nil Itnit. nt. see muck uuos' beautiful H0C.K well nmong the best attractions In 25e: worth 40o. of Watches, Just received. J- MntiV Whltn ITiibunulrlful Hhlrtn HATi'2ttit - u iV. that linn. Tho flno sidowheol stoamor frol --Tho fruit crop )vrth W Dross country, Itelnbow hs been put In the Irnde tie generally speaking, la of the Tl!i A IlirgO lot of not promlelai twcea Cincinnati and Msmphls, In place The warm winter and cold eprinf hivo Goods go nt 10c; worth 25 and 50c. of the burned steamer DeSoto, ruined prospects lu many parls of tho An elegant Hue of Dross Goods, Hhoriff Johnson rotnrnod from eounlry, lliera will be an aoilvelmand 20 all d 25c; sold herotoforo at crona and who for i cvuuiuiru'i is from Ihe leading millinery hotimm 1. bonis. Hhn will he pleanod to raft the ladles o( Ml Vernon, and will " sll The Young Mon's Christian orders Ihe most careful attention Aaaoclattofi will meet at llm Slethodiat wi: yteiti tue palm to nouo in church, Uunday evening at 3 o'clock. our display of elegant valued in Kverybody Invited. 1 i Xf Tho teachers and scholars ofJU.l """"""V; n ta:Juj:rv n cuiuv wiiii itw : .....!... .:trt.V- - ."i"1. 'h;"i 1 1 JT, SMITH, Shoe,Mje and watchful of thepUurcaadoom. Hats. Caps, Custom-mad- e forl of h,i f uc t'uycc, Kentucky, Ac, of the very best quality. Will Sell Wo take special pride in otlcting Munu." the finest and best Tho old saying, uGo west, young THRESHERS, BINDERS, MOWERS, man, nnd grow up with tho counLADIES OXFORD TIES, AND BINDER TWINE try," is dying rapidly out of ox coiii'Krmotf. this season, ever brought to IlicK- - iatence.niul the now phrase, "Go At prlcei tint south," Is becoming more aud moro We handle tho SprlngQeld Engine and I hey aro beauties I man prrrlptlnti nml reillKreet popular each day. For somo years Yhreslier Cornpany'a Kugtnes, Separators, COIIWIaWAh was foaled In 1882 It has boen thought, nnd lately it and Automallo Stackers. Hrowo Hal,2;1rJ, fist has boon demonstrated, that tho Wm. Peering & CVs Hinders, Mowers, by Toal"'t JVof GROCERIES GROCERIES! itji'onwcnrd irr harness; Llllle and Twine. No machlum have yel given est future great wealth of tho counBrown Juxpui, 2;llf. aKJ, fastest try Is to ho found in tho Southern hitler aatUfaetion than Ibe above named. Hal Pointer, 2 b(l" hTJharness; choice selection of Family Gro- Blates Kentucky. Georgia, Ton- - Win. Peerlne Jt Co make their own Twine, three A l"a two atafloti!)' training aud will not enter any combination of with ,itu by Ocn llardtnf-'- old llccklrn, ceries always on iiantl. ncssee, Alabama and Virginia.' monopolist! Ituy Peering Twine. Xsone FIr,t Second d md by llrown Wa nf .Ti 2:21 Also, a complete Hlock of Hard- tuniiHHiiu umuNiuu Hjuiiigiug u ueticri Pilot. " of the fastest pacing Ntalllnn tfc We will have sample Cinder and Mower ns if touched by a magiu hand. ware, QuoeiiHwnre, Glassware, mman . Mesara. A. pH1" Colusa'I'al ia a beautiful ron, lfij Doors, Sah, llliuils, Oils and KllOrmOUS tlllds of coal, iron, bfipntnl innruio hnvn nnniiPil tin a' '""d P. Johnson, who delight to talk hauds hh nd la to ihe critical obimrver Paints very low. wm be there every the bni mchinrryi race horse, hatter pacing Call and examine our entire now era iu tho wealth and prOS.jSaturJlky to show machines and lake or- - Ihe Jef blood f,er coursed Iu the veins of a portly oi uiui fiOCllOIl 01 llio oonn ders. Terras and time liberal. H 1' niodsl In form, stylUh Iu htoclc,. anil wo will try to patisfy rn, horse, highest casn pnoea try, and American and English! or eiv ihe "it. I,oU,WI" ioru '!!1 action, I3fcs" smoothly fn harness and unyou iu price ami quality. cap! Itul aro now seoklng invest-- . au a"n der aad ' 'pl'd '" Icmperiiment, ' : " A !, "ff-!. be ridd"""" inonts in tho South, in preference i ! W1n saretr. wi.V; ralninL'he ran show a to tho West. Tho Oumberlandi - iLi.M.ni,!.t nrtcerfthi nteaee the ..-.- b Mr Oeew. the celebrated An ti.MaJk , Ua MounhuuH havo long been noted public. narnesa, n9 uroK" ''m borBetncri Co mo and bcO Ub at CAYCE, KY. for tho wealth of coal and iron fays be' on c' olJ Horn's bm coin. Bald to bo hidden beneath their S, E, & bV W, JOHNSON,rooky surface. 'Commercial Gay t m hImel pr(C6 of ,au0lt ( po. W. :) This etlebrateJ itMlion will make the at the stable of M. I). (Mat) season ct Jnhnson.retr Cavce Station. Fullon connty. Kytsl 2 lo Insure foil, pav.ible when iliituare proves to bo In foal, cnamr- - And gel yonr Ulacksmlihhig and gonew Itepairmg done at ea ownerior Is nioved from (ho neighbor hood; or Jio ty lue season, paid wheo Pasture for mares service " rendered Care will from aiifanre ot S'J a mntith (Cbrnrr o Obton and Eichstyt' Struts,) prevent accidents, but will not be takeito Call re&'i"lhte ahould any ocour. be KY and hti'bli horse before breeding elas HICSMAN, ficod Work atfloclobotlom Pric. M where. - up on short notice, and at reaonabl prices. (Jive me a call. ZoT Ship m West Hickman. may 258 tJ J, F, GEAYU n specialtT.K. rnott. StfTMiLi WORK marS6tf - 1 1 JOHN OKAY. Ii a hjickman 33, fTALrAtf garble Workaf A'JV JriCKiVAN, tlm-M- " C, KAMAGE, toXAit. iff AND AMKRICAN AXin I '""!, J. Ambers Sons 4 13-- 5 .'.. : MONUMKNTB, TO.MII AND GRAVIS' ?:;: - STONE. I D a , . i . fina ol OT AOff-lean and IialUn AUrtie, ata pre- pi red to All all orders. Call and exaailirV my work. Order from the ccuntr AX fTAVINO In lo,' 1 filled. Jrafr roXte, 4lnfiw tf tw uiV jkjfigjy f C L ua eVr .).. s IfJWMHmg - uv. its F-- !i-J- - 2 !T ton thousand formft-.- l,pon you feel as if it wero a bright spring morning, and, as you seo tho glittering proved false and by great drops from tho grass under your feet ahown to ho lmiosltlons. itiu ''Who Womlorn of iho Nnturnl Wmld nnd havobeenexbiimed, and the .., Ood - you nay wiib that patriarch dow ? bath And found written on thnlr mflltiili.i Hart- begotten the drop of the Tliolr liivlno Lowun. b.tt, Itoblnson and Layardhatr'1 ,rcn now, as you read on, ton seem In tho 10 silent midnight to behold the waving of rnoro than aHistlos of aelsnce"1" I"" Jtrtmnn In !li Cnm-riea great light upon your path, and you apostles of religion. Tho &t H tf Hi ltua, eit IUtltrm-- 1 Ignres In llnd It Iho aurora boroalls, which dob rr(jac of tho pyramids have opontd Mf.M.U, Din t ef lM.tl lh Expeditions hare b" nt" described so long ago ns "Iho bright tho gospel lr. 11' nrl.lnc light In the clouds and tho splendor that ted out for l'alestlnp, and uxplo"' 'a in a go' 'rrtittio As you read come hick to say that they ha flind comolh out of tho north. on thero Is darknoss hurtling In tho )r. Talnuffn annnnnrinl last Sutnlay among mountains, and antonjj r ' an "ItiORloryof on tho shore of waters, IlvlnJ am undyheatons, and tho showers brjealc looso as his hut liulMi If, IS tho LolKtrion shall ioiro nlito thun Ihn Itf ing ovidoni.es of our glorlrdu n rlll- - till tho birds tly forhidlng-placoantlo tox together anity. mountain lotroius In red fury foamotcr true, thaplnn-lrnoani- l to lioaullfy tho plat cot my sanctuary. Men who have gone lo 11 Ai Hjnfld- - tho rocky shelving; and with Iho samo w ran number On tay from OanwM.ns els have eemo baik Cht imin. ""7 poet, you exclaim; "Wo who can stay tlio mnnntalns of l.elunnn white with who wer blind and ib ruth tha louds in wisdom, or thn bottles of Heaven?" As yea read ,i again antier, nntl the places hum ubicb there-dirat homo havn senmed to new hewn, ami drawn by ox trams preaching upon Olltet, Mieiu on. ton feel yourself coming In frosty down to tho Motlitnrranran sea, nnI then In viTiu imagination WTtio Kii' HU climes, and. In fancy, wading through tho snow, you say, villi tfi.it Minn InIloMc-- l In etrnt raf Is to Joppa, amithon again w. tilting the hills about .!' ilem. up to Jrrusa CaviglM onto rnjettod thot h, but spired writer, "Hast thou entered Into npalniliawn hy 'llwso aftorw.nd said, "I camo In I j 1, ntid the trensuro of Iho snow?" A nit wblls li'tn to bfillil Solomon's temple. my mio ralM tho tho Srrlntures and tho ps ran Is con- - tho sharp sleet drlvos In your face, and wljjhiy "K lory of Liilianon," Inanimate nitiiro toned me." When I was In ltrout, thn hull sltnjfH jour choek, you quote "Hast thou seen the treas-uion him again: fnK tho rtiroets cil tho first transgression. Syria, last December, ' tbelorl foi Million itco, of tho hail?" lit tho ra1mlM' UWlifil Wlion missionary, l!nr Dr. Jpip- l"bl it soomv as H tho nlnll contact hail me of his friend who met a a'pllo at writings I hear tbn tolcoa of tho sea: Deopcallelh unloderp," and the roa not only th.it irno, but lnpp.1, tho seaport of lorusa"11 ind MnlMmi "Tin I ortt shukclh Ihs rh If tho Mr caught tho pollu- tho'unbellotor a.tld to his Irion "I am of the forests: tion from tho loasee, anl as It tho going Into tho Holy I antf'thnw up wilderness of Iho Iwdesh;" and the bud nap bad carried iho vims ilottn into the folly of the Christian rullp n a" poal of tho black tempest: "Tho llodof tho vrry soli until tho entire oatlb going to visit all tho sacred glory thuudetetb; and thn rustle of tho reeW with iho leprosy. Under that places, ' and wrlto them ,up, & show long silk on Iho well lllled husks: "Tho Mnful tntteli future withered. Tho thu world that tho Now TUUint itsn tatlev are entered With corn;' and tho "Tho young creation, as II awaro of tho Imposition uKn tbn world's iclullty " cry of wild bottsts: damage ilonn It. sent tip tho thorn and Months after Dr. .fessup's frnd met lions roar after their prey;" tho bum ul briar and tioltln to wound, and flrrccy tho skepth! at Hnyro.it, after ho had palm trees and cedars: Tho righteous oppose, tbn human race. Now as tho lompteted his Journey tlirontlj'ue Holy shall HourlHh llko a palm tieo, bo shall grow like a cedar In Lebanon;" tho physical earth folt tho eCTocts of tho Land. 'Well, bnw tilt?" aaid IM atorC5ld sojigh Vif vlngs ami tho swlrVef fins: tint transgression, so It shall also leel answer "I'ominion oier inn iowi oi mo air ana tho effect of tho .Saviour mission. As gontleman toifcakopiir. 'J m trom (liAtonn treo In I'uradUoa Might was: "fcatpswmltali. ad I fell you the HhIi of tlio mm The truths of the (lospol might havo wV went forth through tho ontlro earth the Hihle in trnel es. It is all tr from ono treo on C.iltary another fori o The man who went .10 destroy camo been presented in teuhnlcal terms and out to Interpnnulrlito and hark to defend. Afer win, I myself by tho moans of dry dellnUions, but tin- shall speed check, suUluo and otorrijlo tho rtll. In saw during my recent der thoo tho world would not hate list I conthoend Uaball bo found that tho iroo clude that any ono who cat go through rued or felt. How could tho safety of of Calvary lias more potency than tho the Holy Land an-- reman an usilng upon Christ hate boon present-iworo It not for the llguro of a rook? treo of J'aradlsc As tho nil tons aro Is either a bad man or an ImbewangelUcil. I think a rnrrvaponding cile. (Jud employed men totwrlte the How could thn gladdening effect of tho chango will bo ofToctcd in tho natural llible, but Ho tek many of Iho same Gospel havo been mH forth had not world. I terily helinvo tlut tho trees, truths which thev record' d, and with Xacharlas thought of tho dawn of the g nnd tbn birds, and tho rivers, nnd the ll.s own almlehtv hand UcougtHl them morning, exclaiming; "Tho r!;Im will hato thoir millennium. If into the rinks, and droie them down from on high hath visited us to glto man's sin afToctiHl tho ground, and tho Into dismal depths and, a 'documents light to them that sit in darkness." se'gotatlon, and tho atmosphere, Khali aro put Into the How could tho souVs intense longing a torn f Christ's worlc bo Iom powerful or less pin. so In tho very foundation of the for Christ bain been presented so well, ex tons! vo? earth Ho folded up and plicad the rcr- - as ly tho ernhleinof natural hunger ana Doubtless Ood will take tho Irregular- ords of heavenly truth J ho .A.t. s natural thirst.' As tho lake gathers in ity and fiorceness from tho elements so corner-stou- n was laid liL? that of other lis bosom tho shadow of hills around, as to mako them congenial to tho race, sacred edilhe In the nanto of tho and the gleam of stars above, so In these which will then bo sjimuelrtiMl, and Father, and of tho Son, anl of tho Holy great deeps of dlvlno truth all objects evangollred. Tho ground (.hall not bo Ohost. Tho Author of relation, stand In naturo aro grandly re fleeted. Wo , no lavish of vtoods and so grudjjoful of and evlug among the reat strati looked upon walk forlh In tho spring-timegrain. Soils which now lute peculiar Moses and said: "Lot us record for fu erything breathes of tho resurrection. proclivities toward certain forms of oH ture ages the noild's history; you write Itrlght blossom and springing jfras production will bodelUored from their It there on nanvius; I will write it hero speaks to us of tho coming up besetting sins. feteep mountains, plotted on tho boulders. thovi whom tvo bavo loved, when down Into more gradual ascent, nball 1k the whito robos of their joy Again, naturo offers an invaluable girdled with fliioKs of sheep and shocks f.n...inn . riuiuitv- l,v t. it. ' and coronation they shall appear. And ' of corn. Tho wet marMi shall bet'nmn In tllO autumn Of thO yetr Nstnrp shn mikes of divine tn.lb. meadow. Cittle shall lnslmlinn sermons the Tho insplrM writers simiM Pm tho ad- - Punches thousands of funeral fado as a eat unharmed by caverns onco baunled vantages offered by the natural world. all do of wild beasts. Children will build play and scatters his eagles n our Trees and rltori and r.vers nnd clouds bouses in what wasonoa catoof and rot'ks broke forth Into holy and en- patji, we can not help but think of sick "uo-inand, as tho Scripture salth "Tho and utterances. Would Christ set ness dead, the tomb. Lt en winter, wenned child ah.ill put bis It.ilid on tho thusiastic strength of faith yot speakoth." Tho world Ho points forth the cockatrice's den. to the sycamore, w hoso roots spread out, will not bo argued into tho right. It Oh, what harvests shall bo reaped down, and clin- h themselves will bo tenderly Illustrated into the and when neither drought nor oxcessivo amidstrike depths of rarm. and He said right. Toll them what religion is liko. rain, nor mildew, nor infesting insects that great was strong enough to tear Whon tho mother tried to herdymg faith fhall arrest the growth, and tho utmost that up by tho roots. child what Heaten was, sho compared capacity of tho fields for production shall At Hawardcn, Kngland, Mr. Glad- it to light. "Hut that hurts my eyes bo tested by an Inlolllgnnt and athletic stone, while showing me his trees dur- said tho dying girl. Then thu mother yeomanry I Thrift nnd competency ing a prolonged walk through his mag- compared Heaven to music. "Hut any characterizing tho world' inhabitants, nificent park, pointed out a sycamore, sound hurts me, I am so weak' bald the thoir dwelling places shall be grace- and with a wave of his hand said: 'In dying child. Then sho was lobl that ful and hcilihy and adorned. Tree Heaven was llko molhor'tt arms. "Oh, your visit to tho llolr Lanl Jdd you and arbor and grows around about any sycamoro moro imp't&lvo than take mo thero!" sho said. "If it Is like will look as If Adam and Kvo had I not. Its mother's arms, tnko mo theroP Tho got back to l'aradlsc. (J rent oltioa, that? I confesses! that had branch. woro not moro remarkable appropnaio annuo nai noon lonnn at now neglected and unwashed, shall bo iViiti tta mrtf ISSC. ! r,M ns Tl un it unrli orderly, adorned with architectural that Jesus pointed when Ho v ould IIlus- Another contribution which tho natur symmetry and eonnectod with far distrato faith. "Yo might ; unto this al world is making to tho kingdom oi by present modes of transtant s sycamoro treo, He thou pinfeed up by Christ Is tho defense and aid which the portation carried o thoir greatest per- tho root and bo thou cast tho sea, elements aro compellwl to glvo to the fection, or by new intentions yet to v reason Christian personally. Thero Is no law and It would obey yon,n spring up out of tho water or drop from why Christ has fascinated tb'sorldas in naturo but Is sworn for the Christian's the air at tho beck of a Morso or a Uolh no other teacher, Is because imtead of defense. In Job this thought Is preert Pulton belonging to future genera- using sotcro argument Ho wai always sented as a bargain made botweon tho in-tions. Isaiah in my text seems to look telling how something In ,iuritual animate creation ami me ngnieous forward to tho future condition of tfte world was liko unto something in tho man: ''Thou shalt Ihs In league with physical oanh a a condition of great the stones of tho flehl " What a grand world. beauty and oxcellenco, nnd then proph- naturaltbeso wonderful "I lie," of our thought that tho lightnings, and the Oh, esies that as tho strongost and most Lord. Like a grain of mustanl-seod- . tempests, and tho hail, and tho frosts ornamental timber In Lebanon was Llko a treasuro In a field. Like a mer- which are tho enemies of unrighteousbrought down to .leruvilom and con- chant seeking goodly pearls. Like unto ness, aro all marshalled as tho They flght structed Into tho ancient temple, so all a net that was enst Into tho va. Liko Christian that is beautiful and excellent In tho unto a householder. for blm. They striko with an arm physical earth shall yot contribute to of fire, or clutch with their fingers ot Would Christ teach tho precision with Ice. Everlasting peace ts declared tho church now being built In tho world. you, II says Ho Tho g!or3 of Lebanon shall come unto which Ho looks aftor tho fiercest elements of nature Well, and tho counts tho hairs of yourbcad the plno-trethee; tho and the good man. They may in their If the box together, to beautify tho placo of that Is a long and tedious to ho Indiscriminate, smiting fury It down seem righteous with the wicked, yet head haYo the aVeragoenrtowrent. my ancillary," tho hairs of tho Much of this prophecy has already has Keen found that if tho can not damage tho Christian I blnik there aro about U0,000t thoy although thoy may shrivel his been fulfilled, and 1 proceed to some head soul, 0 or if they bo flaxen thero are about upon tha contribupractical remark body. Tho wintry blast that how l'ut iod knows tho exact number: tions whirl i I Ik natural world is maMug your dwelling, you may call! yout "The hairs of your boad are all num- about and the south wind coming up to the kingdom of iod, and then brother, bered " Wi ultl Christ impreM us with inference. Tho ltrat contribuon a June day by way of tho flower gar tion th.it nature ghes to tho church Is tho divine watchfulness and rare. Hee don, you may call your sister. Though speaks of the Kparrows that wrv a her testimony in bohnlf of tho truth of In clrcumfotuneo and Ko mighty in those tlmos. Thny turccaught Christianity. by the thousands in tho hpl 'ihey dtamoter, the sun and tho moon This Is an age of profound research. have a special chargo concerning you. Nature can not evado man's Inquiries as wero thin and scratvnyand had com- - Tho sun shall not snilto thco by day. They on tw once. In chemist's laboratory iho Is piratltely no meat nor the moon by night. Llements and pit to torturo and compelled to glto up seemed almost valueloss, C lit Injur dead. forces hidden in tho earth aro now bar Hidden laws hato come Now, arguos Christ, if my r.ith.r takes nessed and at work producing for you mysteries. her out of thoir hiding place. The earth care .it ll.nm will no not IlL.. earn oi food and clothing. Some grain field and tho heavens, slnco they have boon yon? Christ would havo the hristian that you noter kuw prnsented you this ransacked by geologists and ltotanlst desiMjndent ovor hli slowness of relig day with your morning meal. The ' j nnd astronomer, appear so different ious development to go to his greit earth and tho heavens aro tho! fromwhat they onco wero that they may for a losson. Ho watches lirsttno green busy loom at work for you; and shooting shoot pressing up throiigh 'he elmjs, bo called Mtho new boat ens and tho IgrsdmHv ttrongthenlnw .In'o n tftlk, light, and slltery stream, and sharp iitw e.tilb' lightning aro only woven tnreaUs in tho 'and last of all tho husk veiling out great loom, with C'ods foot on thcHhut-tle- . This research and dlscotery will havo with the piessuro of tho con Tirst powerful effect upon the religious world. The samo spirit that contCrtod Thoy mutt eljher advanee or arrest the blade, then tho car, after that tho your poul has also converted tho olo-- 1 Christianity, make men better or mako full rorn in tho ear. ments from enmity toward yon Into in-- ) vnr, irf tho rhiiirV hnnnf of Would Datidset forth the freshness - WoUMo friendship, and furthest Ui the chinch's oterthrow. Christians and beauty of (icnuine Christ an char- and deepest cavern, regions of everlastn eag!? Utty"? from Its ing cold as well as ageaof discov- ftctttf h in ii war of his in climes of eternal ery, wero nervous and fearful as to the nest just after tho molting teason, Its Mimmcr, all havo a mission of good, dl- progress of kclence. They feared that old feathers shed, a ail Its Kings and rector Indirect for your spirit. qw dnvn and Mimo natural law, bo fore unknown, breast decked with Now I Infer from this that tho study would suldenly spring Into harh col plumes, Us IkmIv as finelv fathered as of natural objects will Inereaso our re Chmtlanltjr. uunponilcr that of hor voting ones Jusi hoginnlng ligious knowjedgo, If David and dob ,,iiJon nith and Iho gloam of swords would not so to try tho sprod.J thMr,.wjng. 'land John and Fan cooJd not wfTunt co' ' ituclrliavcr 1oen feared by religionists t rejnvnntra and roplumeit(lstiim without observation ono passing .7 - , j , i ...,t.i" uauencs, Toiiaic pues ana ww i.un .ii.M; I.- j i.HMtfftfiv.., ,Ml "" b" or rift of now, or spring blov ni cloud, --i u.w.i.wii lemi-you can not ITord to let them go wj. ll 7 V, Sol fcotns. that Mosos and tho prophets would bo 'renewed llko tho eagle's." without study. Mon and women of IUkI run oter.liyskeptlealchomUtsandphllo- - omon represent ilm nnnor.mcc i a con- - moit eminent In all ages for faith and sophers. Some of the follow ers of Aris tontious woman's tmigitd. no points io a 7eal, indulged In Such obsorrations totle, after tho intention of the teles- lonknpo iu tho top of houo or lent. Iayson and Maxtor and and cope, refused to look through that In- whore, throughout tho'omnny day, tho Hannah Morn. That man is not worthy strument, lest what thoy saw would water riuiio through, fallnguiwn tho tho name of Christian who saunters, oterthrow tho toachtngs of that floor -- drip! dilp: ilrlpj And ho says; listlessly among these inagnlfh out ills-- I why rainy closures of Dlvlno power around, groat philosopher. Hut the ChrUtlan "A continual urinpiuz. n religion has no such apprehension now. uiiy and a contention, woman aro beneath and above ui, btupld and Would Christ set forth Iho uulnstruclcd. Thoy are llrlng on your telescopes and micro- - alike not worthy to Mopes and spectroscopen, and the moro character of those tthq nako great pro-- . JUfJ Jn a Uos(,rtt for lhat J)as Jt, f(;un. tho better. The Ood of naturo Is the fessions of piety, but hive no fruit nna palm-treenor in regions of dod of the llible, and In all tho unl- - He compares them to barren ff 0eragti,r Ce, for even there the stars very ir?o and Miowy terse, and In all the eternities. Ho has tnoswhieh havo klndlo their lights, and auroras flash, noter onco contradicted hlmwdf. Chris- - leates and n ithing but h atrs. Would andbugo icebergs whiter In the morn tlan merchants endow unitersitles, and Jobillustrato deceitful fiiondthipv, he lng Hglit, and God's power MtSj in them Christian professors instruct speaks of brooks in Uj3 clhucs that upon as upon a great tvuuo the children of Christian communities. wind about In different directions, and throne, incm t there ato Christians in tho if Tho warmest and most enthusiastic dry up when you wat to drink out of church who look upon all such tenden friends of Christ aro tho bravest and mem; viy ureinrcrvivc acait cleg of mind and heart as soft scntlmou most enthusiastic friends of science. as a brook, nn Iho stream Ulitioi, and hecauso they bclloto this Tho Church rejoices as much oter etory of brooks they pass awa? DavUt when printed rotelatlon of dod aro content Ic discovery as the world rejoices. bo would impress us wfljifio despond be infidels In regard to nil that has been men hato found thai thmo is no war be- unry Into wlm h he had jink, compares written in this great book of the mil-tween science and religion. That which It to n qnafftnlio of thoso regions, in letters of Mars, In at first has seemed to I e tlio weapon of through which he hud '. nhilosi some- tern, writtenconstellations and illusparagraphs of the Infidel has turned out to be the times Died to walk, kt mink In 'p to trated willi sunset anil thunder-cloudeep and spring morning. ttoapon of the Christian. his neck, and ho cried: ulnk Scientific dlKcusHlnus may he dl tided mlro where there is no landing-- Would In whatever puruilt ho Is nnjugod Into thoso which am concluded and t Htibakkuk set forlh th...,Mtv which which nre still In progrestt, (lod gltes thogtml man to walk safely the young man will profit by belnt tho"0 ' depending for drolslori upon futuro In- - nmld tho wlldeht perlfs ho points to tho thorough. Uo .will thus do good work vestlgatfon. 'J'huso which are concluded ' wild animal railed lie ilnd,jpulklng to begin with, but he will also mako fot httipclt a character that will always hr havo lutarJably rondeusl their venllol oter hllpMry rocks, lefllL" from for Christianity, and ttobato faith to ' wild crag to wild crag, U the x'cullur capablo and trustworthy. United IVo belno that thoso ttbiuh aro still In! mako of Iik huofs blo isimly t' sustain byterlan. prosecution wlIKiuiio lo as fatorable a Itself In thu most dkbgorul' plucos: Tine tender words und lovlnR deeds conolnfllon. The great systems of erior "The Lord tied Is myjungl' tind ll which we scatter for the hearts fiat aro uro falling before thoso dlMHivorlon, will make my feet like L 'iijrrp t. nearest to us uro Immortal seeds thai Job mahes aU najiirsi oltf ls Iay will iprlnjr(up in ovorlanlngbesuty, which havo onlydemonstialed the truth of the llible, and so lolnfurcod Chrlill-- . tribute to the loyalty tif- lfWok- As not only In'ourown lives by Iu tbi anlty, Mohammedanism and pagaottmj you go vhtmgh iciup ctlffrl of Job jhes. of Uru uftor ui, "' VOICES OK NATnilK. In Ihfdr it.aws i '" lponl FACTS FOR FARMER& Femnle lAhnr In I'nct- nrlrt ant! m 1'nriui, I moan now to demonstrate to my friends, tho farmers, tho undoubted fact that, far from tho most protoCtlto policy that tho world has otor seen during a quarter of a century in this counTurlfT-rrntrcte- d ON THE Untie! d or try elevating and bettering tho condition of tho working classes, It has had tho Tendency of degrading domestic life, and ptitttng labor and hardships on thoso that aro least able to bear them 1'lrst, 1 will compare tho femalo labor in fact ories of this country In IwlO, under 14 years of arotcmio tariff, with that In 1SS0, undor SO years of a protectlvo tariff. s mjUai' K B,, In 1800, after 14 years of retonuo tariff, this country employed In manufactories tho following hands, namely: Males abote 1 tears nM Keraalcs above old I iiln il t' s ln mer-lea- 1 Now, call tho attention of my read ers to tho most significant fact that in tho factory labor under n rot onuo tariff k$ hands whether malo or female, according to tho ofllclal statistics woro employed below tho ago of 15 years. Now lot us turn to tho year 1?M), after 20 years of blessed protection, which, It Is claimed, made this Nation happy: In sg thrrvwrre employed In tnnnu factrlv. males alsnn 15 years . .. S.ftASH ft.11.rtTO Ptmalfs Rbovfl lSearn . !esrs l,0KUi9 strive ChlKlrtn from lOtola Ifl.ttM In the that protection has naturally doubled tho hands employed, hut It has, unfortunately, nearly doubled tho femalo labor, yIi. flrst placo wo And from 2T0,bU7 In ISoO to O31.0.19 in 1S80. n , au-nc- iiiiIjo-Uev- er d day-sprin- cornor-svono,o- If protection is such n blessing and gives full work and good wages toft-thorof families and husbands, why tt-should tin folio 10 ItlMr ilouidtw stdes this, what a sham, swindle and disgrace is a protective tariff which his rmHsfclst,vjl children under iho ige of "layearMo work In factorbw? I It not as clear as sunsfilne thAtth'sslai li ter of tho innocents of lsi,oou child en in tho factories Is simply fir the i of hating cheap lalor? If U to 181,000 children wero not allotted to bo employed would not their plati shave to bo taken by persons altote tio ag of flftoon years, who naturally tvuild fet hlphor wages? Again, by ct plot nrf 531,0U0 women tho factories t o " y employing cheap labor. Of whatarr uso is a protection of M, VO and oen w per cent on woolen goods, or 10, 'X If and oven 70 er cent on cotton wo havo to employ the simo aev of lalor which, when It Is employ 'l in Kurope, wo sneer down as pauper i "t Has not this protectlvo tariff prvvt a curso by IntnMuelng the empbvnat of children at all? Wo hate it n record 15 ItrpiittUmti Corrupt hut. The Kopubllcan majority of tho Senate of the rutted Mates, animated by the same unreasoning partisanship which has Induced tho lEcpuhllc.m In tho House tounseat Democrats, has refused admission to Messrs. Clark nnd McOlnnis, Democratic Senators-- i eel, and has seated Messrs. Sandors and Power, Republican. A man who attentively followed the controversy might reasonably reach tho that neither bet of Senators A reso-- I was strictly entitled to seats, tiou was offered to that effect, but II was defeated by a strict party tote, and so the Republicans gain two Senatorial tote, to bo cast by two men who represent a Democratic State. The Republicans in both bouses thus ,o ting are cumulating reasons for the tltclr oi rw helming defeat of electionsparty CongroHslonil to in the 1h held this fall. Mr. Speaker Reed wtcldlng tho gavel of the National II hi ho for the Such a last time idil wave asswopt over the Republican .trty in 1S7I will Ingulf it again. There little doubt that the Democratic marlty in tho next House will not holes 'ian fifty. The party that promotes the rrupters of elections, that to gain tot s Ignores the claims of Democratic lerritory while admitting new State a ith bliarro or dangerous constitutions, hat to stifle tho minority departs from iho parliamentary construction which ss obtained unbroken for a hundred Lcir, that mocks the demand for re- ' U.'od taxation with vicious tariff legls- I'lon proposing a netluereaso In levies. proposes exttivagant appropriations, thatprostitutestheclvil servico to partisan ends, that while decrying fos-that and monopolies, rs trusts br.bcs from tho puldlo oxchoquer )bt pMislonhunting, the s tibs Id y de ma tidlass this party, ing tho dogenorato, extravagant, corrupt, is doomed to defeat. -- Chicago Tiwea. ma-jori- tt fair-mindroiii-lutu. nOAD TO RUIN. I'.terynhere Are II re J 3ln ul like to change places tvllh her!" At t last shomadothomsiunlutancoof the ehlet-- of her envy, and this ts what tholmlyWld Mr: "1 loppy I Of course I am, for 1 enjoy m health. My dear Mrs W.,yeur fare ou ur tells mo why y" aro not happy. suffering from functional derangements. I tv4f limit vr to funittototkuoi for years, but Dr. rlerce's Favonto rrescrlptloii cureil me, as it will you if you will try IU It Is tfM'jniuhYtl to give satisfaction In every caso or price if 1.00) returned, Cure Dn. I'iekcf.' l'cllets, one n dose. ho.ulachc, constlputlou nnd Indigestion. Mas. W. envied tho lady next d.tfr bo causo sho always seemed so well anil happy. "She enjoys life und 1 don't, said How 1 twuhl thoitlsoontcnbM woman. The Ijiily Ntt lnor, Tct net your trust In riches," but there's noobjrcllons to your putting your Hcbcs iu trusts. Yonkers HUtcsmau. Hnw's This I We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Hetvard for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cureil by taking Hall's Cutarrh Cure. O. F. J. Cur.NKr ei Co , Props., Tele-lo- , Wo, tho undomined, have known F. J. Cheney for tho lam fifteen yenrs, nnd believe him jcrfectly honomblo In all business transactions, and financially nble to curry out any obligations made by their firm. West AsTruax, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. Wuldlng, Klnnun K Martlu, Whe4salo , Hall's Catarrh Cure In taken internally, acting directly on tho blood nnd mucous sur f n e. faces of tho st stem Fricc, 7.V. per bottlo. Sold by all DruKBtsts DruKitt't Teletlo, Ohio. eHvlally the ono F.vrnr man has his own particular bent, t hoso ways aro crooked. luittmoro American. m ! Of 1ir-- M tht The Itltir. This Is a stnonym for that cleemy, harassed condition of Ihe mind which nafc H origin tn dy;p"p!la. !Mi ugly spirits that, under tho name of the bhioV' nnd "mulllKreliv devils," "megrims' torment tho dyspeptic almost ceaselessly, bsnWh worn attacked with Hosteller Stomach Hitters, that, moreover, nnitlhf latcrt h!llnunr, oonMlprtlim, ehillf nnd fever, ktdnoy oom plaints and nrrvoumes. llo I drink this cur to on male up l)f Inretlur alne- br pcx, Iks tHMutiitf jantgon.' f tariff-askin- POLITICAL DRIFT. years old wero employel that no children be. In fa W w s , deep-grasse- d J" !" "o g tll , sea-port- 1 1 body-guar- n coi-n- t HO,-00- draw-som- e nui-sauc- d tji-?- thit!r j i J .1.-1-tM-- 1. ,w -- .,". ...i... au - inj-v- ;;,, - .' tai, rcurrent The country Is certainly DemA fir .Verrfs lu will bo eent byIKatVrzMn Of ocratic in Its town tote. Theonly hope V, .. ltt.lln.tA 1'r, n nuv AM of tho Republicans Is gains among the Canada, posLtrpaUl, Un reastpt et farmers, and with tho McKlnley bill as of novels on drcaUr arouasl caeh br an Issue their prospects aro gloomy. N. V. Star. Wusx a barrel Is full it generally geia Industries. The statisticians hate figured It banged an. Aal this Is the e&e with h In lbM) employed in tie out ths the- new rud tariff will add man. Ilesteu Courier The farmer United States and Territories to tbtrty-threfrom twelve and Do Noreuffer f rem sick header b a moment 0T?1 cents a yard to tho price of carpets. Rut looger. Male lahorerv It it net nesmsary Cnrtr Utile Mi ' Female labor It is the opinion of McKlnley ami the Mvcriius wiu oereyett.. iwiMfcooeaiwr which is a little over ' per ecnt rI d k Ipl Republicans that por men do not need ;slb Small price. Small manufacturers employed carpets as much as the wool raisers and osr Moles above 15 years oM Tnc yeang dftctar who fell In lore at flrst Females above I years old l W carpet weavers need prelection. Ctabn slRhtespUlBCklUla one word cauicrUa. Kearny Rntervrle, which Is alwut 21 per cent., beside :.o go (tlobe. 1SLV00 children. -- It was Mr. Randall's pride to lite For strenetbenlag and rlrHg the Ivelrs, Hut this is not all. Of the agnci in one of the obnturer uw "UrowVs HroachuU TtwjMsi In a small hou hr employment of the .V)4,flt0 fonts parts of Washington, ami on a street C4aimeiel Ueai talrteods whe were pub iic.ig whtcbi though he was Speaker and n.. kimmIcm-ii- . &iul tlMW bavertrovraextrrme wo find that tho 11 cotton-prolhmrw lrrl WcVr States, namely, Alabama, Arkansas oh airman of appropriations during many U ftorvlMubla riorida,0eorgla, Ixulitna, Missisiiri, years, was among tho last streets of the patented an elevator A Uastern man has North Carolina, South Carolina, Ten- city In In decently paved, Iteeausn h twwtt It wttl he itopalar tilth sserm parsmU, MaiL nessee, Texas and Virginia, emplbr d would not have It said that ho used his Mkely.-Lc.NS7.314 females, which, as etory Amrl groat pow or to benefit hlmiojf. N. Y. Fuavirx Keeblo Lvags Alnt WJator can will understand. Is colored laWby llarald. t ltaeanaasM with Umltfn fo males who for the last 250 years hats Senator Hrarts has at last Intro-Hee- rike'sTitothachoDrofrtCure ia iormiiiul. been, as It were, to tho manor born, nnd the queerest bill over heard of. are now mode of neper-th- ai who, after all, aro mostly employed In When General Lafayette came to this picking cotton, which oo.nparos to tho country In 141 ho was brought over In t statianary tubs -- Uurlinctoij Free l'reas closo labor In tho walled factories as fit- - hin Cadmus. The descendants of Akrv, Colo., Is belHganoet prottlfrifwish roast beef compares to oattnoal cakes. the then owner want the Cnlted States mlvorUeed, aod Is a Marvelous tows tn ita lathi paper Anyhow, we find that the farmers ho htpay Lafayette's fare, and they chargo growth; live In tho West and Southwest and pro- the modest turn of 9V.371.0T. Mr. Hvarts A wis Rhort In his account dees rust stay duce our breadstuff, cattle and dairy is the champion of this el aim. Suitor when rea&a ouu - re. u I'tcayuno. products only employed In 1"0 57,194 ltlalr ought now to IntTtvleee a bill In U2 females a3 laborers on their farms. All favor of tho Norwegians, to pay Leif Arc as small as honhrpalole penes, and honor to tho farmer. Ho docs not look Krlcons fare to this oountry. Chicago as easy to take s soffar. Itverrtknily likes them. Carters LUUe Llrer rtUa. Try them. for cheap femalo labor. Ho docs not Herald. press children of tendor ago Into emAtttbetrerldmay boa steer, Wtngaed "The people atlargo!ltt!oknowH Ho pays full and maaly ploymentnioay of the ieopte arc meraly mpora, whito holp as his a Senator Ingalls, In an iutertiow wages, and treats his puh.ished In a New York apor, "what s lUosrnms is eunsl hv fresaea laeall equal. I speak of course of thoso for Couiap4loa. of farmers employed In raising a tn mendous undercurrent of thought dMes ef i'leo's Cure force with irresistible breadstuff's, dairy produce, etc Hut is moving Ir Is said that Ue Uller meda ciHteArs a the whole length' and measured step. Reston UnctU. throMfhout s they aro taxed by tbo.se of their Tho Senator is who employ weak women and breadth of tho West" A ro he refers match af free children of tender age, and who by the right The current of thought force, and uTaaliikitIuAch' 53. Clear. to seaokere 6t it grace of a protective tariff mako them to is moving with trrestsllblo pay 50 per cent. In average more on it it moving against Ingalllsm. When Wnexn train Is telooped the piieea-gt- f t s arc apt to ice stars. nearly all manufactured articles they ithismoteda llttlo further tho bantam bluster of the Kansas Senator will uro on thoir farms and In their housebeen silenced. Let tho undercurhave "THE MARKETS. holds. Thn othnr day Senator Dawes mado a rent of thought move, and movo quickly Chicago Mall. speech at tho paper manufacturers' as sell as irresistibly. W hi The farmers hav n good deal to LUi:flTOCK mooting. Tho worthy Senator is a fam rhMA kaidkan Q """ . si oe as II m and took occasion learn on the subject of taxation. While ilium mous protectionist Oomt - w doploro tho inadequacy of promotion thy are complaining of Stato and local to RHKr.t' OcM.llaalMMe. on worstod good. Now, It is a fact takes and tho crushing weight of their hAMMS-fS-w ... ees 2s 8 of tho United mortgage, they forget thn National n.nuiiiMi)r that In the worsted-mill- s ym QRAi.Wheai-3(fl.tre- st n w States thero wore om ployed In IbSO tho uvea and the blessings of the protective .. . Ka 3 nut p"hrv for which they are paying. It Is Cirn Vi wle4 .. following hands: 0u-N- e, 3 mtied ... in mullty the National taxes that am . Males abore 15 yrar (Mr lVmalfw atiore IV year fM crushing them. They sll the products HAT Prim la rbnte " Children lees than ta years W of hetrlsnd Rt prices flveil by competi- IDIIAfrOMtJiuaileat .... 13 ' ftl .. ise Si' nmm Jvii t -- . This u an edifying exhibit, Is it not. tion in the markets of the world. Thoy U II 7i !,UrtV!Mi'W I'ork M whon wo find an industry that employ Isrit--rrt. for what thoy buy at prices fixed bv tteaw .. uoubiu nm lufelty nuiouli uliu chttufM j iav HU t'l rtiirr a tariff that enables monopolies and ti i lrtm4 toritaSoe ereamtrr monV Of course, sho rcasou is simple, .. 3V (It combinations of manufacturers to draw cheap lalor Is sought for and got enormous profits from tho consumer of APIM.R"Prime. perbW o a POTATOnft-F- er nsb Well, then. Tho Senator, as I said, de NKW YOIIK. products. That Is whero the am H 4 nt plored tho inadequacy of tho tariff on their rr.nUK11sirtn Faeer eiut 91 lrM . (utv farmers' burden comes from. N. Y. G!(AlrT-Vbea-3 wnr el ifiUM h n no wn n t s tl Fit. rtvl Cofp-- ;:a raised, whirh In other words means limcv now rauisd, nai.iiiiMl liana' Atlnrkt on Mr Clrlntl. that tho people- In gener.il, and tin I'OWC-K- ew . e ti ei eii is -In particular, who uso most of The Isst public man tho New York UMII-VT- etn a) farmer Mem . worsted goods, shall pay a higher Sun has flattered by Its rude taunts, tho ril!CAK prico for It. Now, my worthy frlonus- - gibes and coarse epithets Is Mr. Cloy .. FfniTIU- - Winter Hi 4 5 I moan you, Tho paper has made a speciality fllttlN-Ubrst-- 3 (titeaas pfnered. fannis what a s?. S'i on of denouncing, ridiculing and ll you supposo i? actually thedutt I orn-- Na i for about w,i4"l W'h1s under tho present tariff? thn m ?rrr m .. iei mo cniiitiium you. (lovurniuuiit re- seven years, and it suoms to have 1OIII Mass.. . n jolnt at wbbh Uio ohjocl of reached In 1663 I find by tho ItAl.TUtOltlt S ni t 1 ft turns that tho duty on worsted K isl, It all sees fit to pay somo attention to rr.or --m. UltAlN-WhN 1 either partially worsted or wholly tho attack. Tho bounding of Mr. 41 1 .. ,,..,. ..... (riieU MUl of worsted, was M.1H per cent andK15 Cleveland, a man used to take nnd give I si .... OlfS bi a SO .. re0e( Now, would nnylody per cent sturdy blows, was bad enough after ho fAlir Ms ais M rnnic-... with the(o facts liellovo tnat a retired from tho Diesldoney to tho CVITMI-H- ru Tt T. Jtly..... 6 '. tft higher duty should actually Ik 4. privacy of his homo In upper New York llfMIA INUIAWAPOW mundod by a Senator of the Umuil and his law olllce; but, when It is 4 si K. States? You farmers, who bavo so n a sought to harass and wound him by UtAm-Whe- aU lHrl..., S .reO. Cnru a Ji HhrinkagH in tho prico of your w1,.., .... .. . ..striking his amiable, lovable, geiitlo vttis) vs i I.OttlhVIM.K within four years from $1.10 In avfro wife, the work becomes simply in,n Chicago 1 ,iS cnls per bushi a famousan ludeconuy I1 an outrage ri.oFii A Ho I 3 (ill MS Wtirnt Uo re present ami u may uo ovenuiiMits which not alone Mr. Clovoland, but 'rr'i Mil leforo this year is out aro actu,y overy gallant man, every gentleman In (,u Mint j ?. asked to pay moro than WJ cent jt I tho wholo world will resent, if thu lUtUil UAUI)Hi,i,in more than CS per cent, tax rospectitn.y source from which tho oitrago proceeds on thodllfuront kinds of worstod g.,rfs Is worth tho notlco of good mon. In that your cold cllmnto in winter nukis the South or West tho Sun would havo a necessity. Can assurance, nay, lutn to mend its manners or tako the con impudence go further? sequences personally of its odious, Curos Chattanooga When your wheat and corn go don Illegitimate proceedings. 1 , e 71-,d ihe, Yeli d boforo ISH, and anybody who cio"' to consult tho census returns tf can And that fact In the coniHrdlm. vol. 2, pago l30. And now as to the employment of females. Ix't mo show the contrast tho farmer's employment of femalo labor and tho employment of labor by tho pampored pretostt e :0 Tho essential Idea of the new t riff bill Is to protect Pennsylvania and the West from the pauper labor of New England. 1'rovMenco Journal. When tho sheriff comes to foreTits trnipersnco advocate thinks thil the mortgage j glass which Is wrong side up Is right side close a Kansas tho two should go off I w hind the barn up,- - l ftsuiPKum cwr. together and curso doff Davlit. It will Tourlt, exhilarate thorn wonderfully. SL Ioota Whether en pieasure n.ut er lsislncss, Republic. sbouhl take on every Inp n lwlU of Hyns The new tariff IHI1 raise woolens of lHp, as It acts inot ideownUy uad ef- ifviuuiiy vti fmvmm tiAnAilkMa nail jttM, from about JW to hO per cent. Cottons go ' itMWwitlni. moktuntys, liver aau Hoew, upfront 35 0TIO $M per cent More forms of sickness. patches and fewer 'shirts wH lsi the For sate In UV and lid) leth by U leading drutfglsU. order. SU l'aul (tloto. Tho municipal elections are "local only THrne are somo circles wliere Issues,' but, as a whole throughout the trm man with the Ineeuao that can It Is in. cooie UingNamton lcder. country, they show tho political undes Bomb mcnfs bends uro so soft thsl a shadow from a brick wall will preduco a concussion of Uiq brula. LlghU Cnntnmpt on Snrlf ToTnsKtHToa -- IVasoiuform your read ers that 1 hate a positirn remedy for namM disoua Ily its timely ue thousands of beties cars havo teen per maneutly curat 1 shall U g!d to send two bottks of my retaeily rntt U any of your readers who bavo consumption if they will jutful mo their express and post oftlee ail dress. Respectfully, T A. Kixktm, I U, isl Pearl ntrct. New York rrtt "Hhw ftf rhukneT brine lifers the of vuniilntt lu- mrifil Ttsion a ty. 'Lilnurlnr iTnan admlrtmt niwl beninim. Trie y itttneiiwil tribute was, no doubt, wnrdH!, testnrei! by tbn pner, but it ts a prunio that large wimlnrsof our fair rwttfry women am iieniient r pcrsenal cltannjL they d not try aiu! csmsim qi'r tie it Tdirs oclur t itMir mi,nmr- friwt m oiAftY oi rorm nuuvr the amUtl.m of every tyMsn. it wuasu t t. k ber Ut, tft the aoUUl OAfSQW IVr t's raTorwe iTsjwcnpiaon, thwlr IpmIUi, tltitoi tht. ran I no leaety whirh th Is a le-Ir 11.ii s Hirorite a l"rpr4ptloncarefully Iwrarsei, Rfemtst' hy aa etparisttoail phyi4ciau, U mmMni Ueilrnt orfnnlea 4dsp tle. It purely wejertl4e In noinpoxU-- uf fltin cf, v harinms in any tb tyssf (VinUifoi n-- akv4d to liwhri- at no tup usr tn frmrnt Iu the lt iu w i vi fmrr i t l sj an rsavulis- - wkJp t taul ib tWaaft chKeMSuci. tonie, YiiroceUn.T whokk ,N"WHHt.rt niM r. Hshop gtrU, liner, " rte. it Vr orrr Impart nurslmr mothers, nnd feeble wwn ren. Dr. Ilrcrwe ItvxTlrtiwM Krrttit irtjiir Imkmi, ttn cordial anl m- ((uaifi iu au fijiM, stprettre tr.jc. Asa Mothmg atvl strrnrtkenlng nervine. "FeTPTlte lnerlptlHiM Is unenualeil and U tntaluable tn allayteg and subduing nervous etittaMltty, ethsuUhm, prostration, bystertt, aihl othsr dUtreutpg, nervous u stinpWutt,eoimeoulr aUrmUnt upun and Miule dlseaw of tho uUrui, or womb. It Induct refrrkin slen and f-liAVMft pxMvt! auitetr and ilciipnndoncy. it u tbe on it meuirine xur tue cure oi all th vj Hvutisr neAVnei-- s and ailments lorkkit to fHunkti, 4d by drurgUts, under a poltlte Rimrnntrr fnmi the manufsct MtWactbvi In that umi.or It will givesslLI x promitlyerrry (tlw) prii ri bet yiMirunfe prlnte on botth-nrand faithfully vnrhel out for many yrara. lWok of IM rAgee on Woman i Iff r Per n eratlr. hi (fet rvrit tin-(- 1 funo-tiufw- limneteeis-rs-. clrrmtakwrv, dt4ll- - rnelme ten rente, snsbI, fn pWn In stamp, to Wonus Dirt.s"Any Mictw k ai. Asjmx tartoN, No. CO Main Hlnvt, Uufflalo, N. Y DboAM, fi.J Haw nrwi) ii Ciiro t !?, nl DR.PIEBCE'SPELLETS:asffBaa ... rurnualcdasn LIM.H 1'IM tllt't &U ! Sntad M mi. rhrap-- t vU- h t ul tua M t SUtstrtt to twko. Oiv lUh h1. i atijmt i n .nvJ aua U.'Wi. .. ijtj'i jM pi V1 . anui 1 tr, fufr nturtefi'in I MM ,it4.ti.t ti.. r . t m , . i f'tl i ... ,.inU, hrll.A , It nm a j tnugjji. I ,4k strO Attacu(ani jninw l!i i'jti "t q v jt laaaai m v&h jiiini' .', il m , f ' ii a jt .t B ICH'I si ., isnber Lands i IH NORTHERN WISCONSIN. t wVoo m si t.oii inn:. t mm ti.fii tnk ui na..ii , i ! i f r lts r" ',r, i l.ui i u MTi liOff'U MAI- utr 4m.4 nfllr mivv tkvtMtlM, ll I. SMI. SlMIL ami lists: SU-- HUIMIO mill. ' rum. . , Il4Tn-Trn- s USD COXklsSIOKER, F,I, I if iir . r noMQi ?fc as 1I. rt fy& wSufkiV COAS GOLD MIJAL, TARlfl, 117a, " i W. IlAKlUt r?5SJ Yi iT Aadfltbt-- r i !2"t ' ir1-- 9'rttltr BAnfflllWilSt j t I . . tt jr h i ' i t ' Aflt 1HI ai,AS, pJtrm "' ' rS - k,lM, ? MMh To to mill-Ion- nnd Strongtli Restore Tone m mn nn Jm nktmluUtv twre mnd . Xo ClicmiculH n net r.f IU mrnm t r t m . it U Ulul-i- thmm m w -- f t H .r l i4 I fellow-cltlzen- the Systam whon woevkned by La Grlppo or ny other Illnets, m. f. ilmlit hM eHiK lfth Ut lHfc4 14 ? ! ftdWUklcf, 9 r W.B AEER dgCCDorchcttcr. fti is ft hr fJrocrr fWlMm tH l4k. errrshere ll'lll Uuu Ask Him! Who? JOHES OF BlHGHAMTONf Aycr'sSarsaparilia in ix)Bltively " 8 i Whnt? Why on Scnlos UINGHAMTON, N. Y, He Pays the Freight." unequfilltHl. pa" Ie tho BEST, Prepftrfid by Got RHRF ( P8TQ' ttt m ! I I rsti-ai1 m & Dr. J. C. Aycr fit Co., Lowell, Mnsu, irvTw'rtii . 1 ,. , Vkti linn ISI .? lffnn I rr lliM I - - ' mi tiniMfll nt,n .i tfwt r lfeVnrAl tStlHIi KS 1i" l P'im wri t r?!tnr ir rw r rnot ! ,r n4 r 4kfs.fMi4iiertvr lli"C HJ it fn..4friUtv I imA4 lnlimr. irit hi lrllril fk IV.rl irt, t It lttir. 'I I . tau rutmtt t rritu k- I r S . a . vol.1 Af T r t f". ikt-m- lti.l,,,i Wi iwurv t ltr-M- -" A x u p. l )l, i'i Kr nMi-ft ! r . r ror y if' t tt i , iir- i . r j t I HA t-fe .. . tw it V 3E ibr i . . 1 n rtU 1 il Kissirv tw' t ti . lie rvi ri tl I.FtK M gr lit BasrAMSi Km crn vi xr is- -' Hrt.T l' tmillMt ttltti llfc, (tlrMllllhJi r,lt ll tt tlrkM K" Urf. l.l. ji MUfttt ,l.iiif MilMfH' ir AlOKrY IO . l .liffMlf v.rliMtitot' tn. V I ,1.1 r,i-- t ..i K ww ( aw i. . tiloM In V . MniMnl PUilrv .Mftft t.r s.rt illllll . oi. t nt .nli i u iji If ' 11 l.r IVuHlrMtL li if ' it AHIrpt mt irMHI 1)!U lUifMtM m AUKNTS. t iii (. n 2' rt i l ' 40 Ml lr v mi i). 'i err . L i n ti i ti .t ail ut Mo. t.,( . sr ;s IllirS'a trt,!erf tllllMltM. m MdiuiMuf thu f ' itlTI f" in tiuru lo. 4 UWI I VI, " black-ciiardln- g Itntem j v , eiiTii lul. !'. sc rn. LkTii ISwH i a I f kr h t iiiTlii' t)u utaISIfctt- ILL l IMfJkrHMftUrill4 ir Jitr I. 1mf iMi rr iHifit - "f tti icich - I.AUM-ttWH- M YASELiNE Oniecelptef prtr-el- ne Mil (tats-Mii- frrrl' One Btl tOt tu PREPARATIONS. Ki.r,'mpii wt rulilsccd 'Ti nK- VH1 r,rrl.lBi' lk.,4lMMllliMWMllM rt rififtfit Kl) miiMtiw"" rF.i,itnf. (ra&Miitr4fIrrttf.rtcrPiara.(lArll.CUUttlU.0l IK. t.ii DETECTIVES r"l tryirar . (JneBw,f f Qua llox of 1x i'ro O.Ut-Ml- ied I -- OneUaWnof eoiitiu S,it. ... lDt'enU, Oiioliottio of l'oitfado Vatulino.IG Cents. opfiMi t CM "Vaer ioe" In sny f mi ha imly nmlrt fc.oi. fct ! form i f" fnl to A Tit wny hf ns ui (itiftlMl 4Cke' tip r tmttra drsir) I'i ' trvinji to irr"n tiifiii hi t" tsWe itritfui i i,i iipL ir j fM Viwri'St' film st u I'm ' tl f a.i it to n'1 I mil until" piiiMrKiT )nti uhli tvs ' i aeehncCanij'hor Ire.10 t'fa. aaelino tVH CrtMUi.Ti Vi. Tt'utntc sine YaH'Ure, , . IC Omits. SfftEBJjEirftgy m f IH n SK1&'Se35&SE3 . ' I..,. 'l IOIIM i, . , om t TMr 131 unl ii nrsini, M, tt 11 II or r mm Hi II. V WBttl V HI COOX AGENTS WANTED t Ir.ijir ! "i t 'j Sl'iJKiTJl!i.ri f rm H wh. P .u ir tc tiCk r ( vf tn.ijnr.' 'u' 'iicuiptr i A l t irspn J l,y a.i I.'im Mfgr. iiru..i-la- t i Cfaesebrcbh JACOBS Wsrtlnea,ia io.ill Co.t 24 Stsle St.P lotlncf Itiua Pm4 jfctl. fir r.a lTuAfM&)eEUMliliiciuin ''-tt.Kntitis- H. Y. ti&tiUnmnfuVi PltOBICUTCS CLAIMS. nleu lluxoau, U J IK li i. 'paiE i mt-- U 6 Q tii hum tit kin IM t tr' iric f - Ui it rVfiMil .riii'tt ' I'Ikmim ,mI It III li . .n Vt' - ! tfpinktHii prWtHr an r IHISIkAlO. ttUubtr,lHI(il.U. TUiS tXtl rfc wf f ' , rttl i. l. ITiiAWItt OH (!:l d I x " al I - ltt tlcklQS Indianapolis Is tho statement that Indiana ts madly in loto with the Whito-HousIceburg, and that she will bear tho good deacon Into thu next National Republican convention upon hei broad shoulders, singing songs of pralso nnd triumph, Indianapolis ls Informed that she W not enjoying thn joke nil alone. It Is a very funny Joke, and all If wild-ca- t States oouhl keep tie AniorlcuiH appreolnto fiinny sayings Oraud Did l'urty In jiower, Iu- p4ltiuri 'ThOJ&jililo which Illuminator U'O facrt of Ntrttfld bo assured, Jt elrondy has a ilmllaitntiulli is only Vfcogment of that fclablo monagerlo of Uietn putbyfcra which btuins on tha oouutenanco of Co jumbia, Chicago Mull, dark day, riilladelphla Kotoisi o In prico, because you have to compete with the truly pauper labor of InlU, Russia, Turkey and Hgypt, you rrmt grin and lioar It, Hut when it coup 1 fcr yftl u l,ly a necessary woolen gam,, 1t for tho winter, then Hi percent tn not sufficient and more taxes ar lo. mnndod. And yot you hate it in ,Mr own hands to stay this opprosston If yon wero any wuy outspoken in ur demand that this curao of protet;v0 taxation should cease, then would like Its original nnce tl9 Lucifer, bo hurled from Its present )i h place to that hot to mines pit whero it longs. Krom Moore'rt Lotton to Farm ers, - Times. It Mnkes Kverjr Ilmly I.sugli. Indianapolis U on a bread grin. Tho good people of that ctty hato hoard of Treasurer Huston's utorances regarding Mc Harrison nnd his prophecy that tho Vrosldent will ho renominated nnd In Jb'.U. Daokacho. Dnckacho. B KB'T'f'fiTl IjB'JI n fl "TkCMTQ fl I n'.ntmn SJLmOHALLK 3 I fin B i . r ? CAVf AT8( TRADEMARK rSANi run a A Ck Vtr Wee'k It" Hi', i. ... mount v, r rria B, MOtriMAirit- - o J. u MUe,li. A CO.. I vmt Agf nil snd Inb ll0CanM wets Dnckacho- - ami reriit. ,N..fMirirVCortrriuu,NJ. What particularly rcl . ttdv coi n. to hul uM cniiuihnrillyia v onum 1 tneil rt Ja, nbs (ill, waicniurulM" liionn t irrmirr ii o. A'itH Octobers 18SS. nulr-v rcral bt inuh nil lrk. mlnireil ine,wirts, temedlrs limo fiermsiicntly oilier Mil ) llirtUAV, t'livrrilate.lnl Tct M7 Iromahail imM tatu i.tt-tiin niy lmk nml I stifli Irmiiillisnllnaikcrliedi um iitlniiilfitf flm forfitil User, punt no ill. lliMrt;:ini. MU'titiiltt llio ImmiiI .. tm, ! I'-- ,""1 u"' iimiiMiileil uh mi AHTI-filLIO- MEDICINE, 1 I A.tJr.M PA t l V.lt Hi .IIUUUU hIiiI. utility itifhk(cm iiliurpi"H"iilflii irviim ;Kscspcr I roil uiii uiUmi. lfcmill hnuur roatcl Iohumi.iII. lrlo, u.Ii'In. w lil '! In mnlnrialillvfrlrlM tfielr s Irtitemnra ' Sol' Evorywhoro. ' MumiyHL, , i. RHEUMATISM' II" TT. i II i onUS PniT1" rrft HOW butKill!, TIIKATISR I'criiiiiitrut ue ID AHY jttllllirhf. l.v HIST InRBKRHI.i 7 H B russall viM nhtM &OOJQ flLHiYEKDUi RBA Voile, nCUnnil J.Iii, UCnUflfJ ""' ill ' Al. VH t?ffOTaiE Ul NilTAj' m I V I,r (H.THl FIIKK, T t ITilF.11 tl.H. WASUI.NOTON.li.O. w. ha ii i uiu nrtn twi iu tV tl ftlTfl i - m, -' FOHTUHE! ih.nit4ai4ka as:s tk. U- - Hj Wi rsiMc tsis rmi tlrb' i, uiiiM rrHW. in .f4linii Hmiiw ' VIA l.s l,mlMl lKfcfni.tr iar ei, w .hepljr,br uilna xi iwrwnt4. lrt, r, r icu-- n lux iiuhi lj., iinM(i itiai, I'A, um thu rir rf nM ri p' Ihri"'.' ' k,n h,Im tit.. - v i , , ., , r Kl linn, tat " ,al( ' I ' Vi ii nQ WE3T0W EKaiNE CO.. All MI1UV tjrCATALWtffi yUG. J., f 1. UO., , ,'t till . .esaiLOefi 'ltr( utll. 1JIH illrt f,,t, i IKn OlIKJi to 98 tnlthrVtrrt. Pi PltKP. aliiany. fMfM1J Mil ' Humpk--i ivurth $.. 14 n I me. i tiA tVrll. NHS IfOlltlRIU., Ntl;,Hlih. na.tf ii H rtfii llH'lf mmi IAflif Ur- - firh i i ri y &, . A U lV" K I2C0 iMtltUlll-MlVilTl'S Mill US I'laiAUa tli ul au taw tbe .Ji"rUtBit.l ( tkli tl.tr l' Q aatt. "mmmttzvE3X&m&x5jv' re . jiliilAilWIUaaakleftij aoestesai rtttu ga M m ii ; &Zj Yj,m i 4 AA.. m ir in jiw III! v iaaaaieiiiiir-TiriiirffiniLsil 4 MALrmTvnmmlnvl'& qjwaimii " 7 TLfctW"' aar1aftfMgyyniefcygW .- a - . i - - -- - x 'Sfl?5f5!5ro?rwimivi :Hf I J 4- m- s. M k $mf you feel as If It wero a bright spring morning, and, as you seo tho glittering drops from tho grass under your feet yon say with that patriarch: 'Who hath begotten tho drops ol tho dow?" And lull, lloblnsun and !.aranlhif't l)CCn now, as you read on, )ou seem in tho morn than Moricfl ,kA11 tuo silent midnight to heboid tho waving of Mtnnnt In ttM Corn'Ilrl.l I'or tU.poinl- - aposltn of spotlosof Tho dut Ml agroat light upon jour path, and you rolfjrinn. f lit" Moth, nl IUIIrr- -l lc"ri find It tbo aurora boroalls, which dob tcproach of tbo pyramids havo In 1Uirl lh Mr. .ok, tlif Kxpodltloni harr " nt" described so long ago ns "llio bright tho gospel JMfMiiE lr light In thn clouds and tho splendor that Mingo' tod out for I'alesllnn.nnd xple-- r rriiin As you resd ttiuiu h.n k to iajr that ihwj hni lunt en moth out of the north Sunday anions mountains, and among Dr. T1msffn unnonnnnl an on thero Is darknoss hurtling In tho i 'TliORloryof en tho shorn of naters, ItvlnJ awndy heavens, and tho showers br.eak looso iMlnh iJf . m hi tho l.nlKinrm hbull initio utito thua Ihn Injr ovhlunccs of our filorlotn 1H' till tho birds fly forhldlng-placoan- d and tho box tnjjpihcr anity. mountain torronts In red fury foamowr thn plno-trnto beautify tbiitarnn( my snnrtiurj.' tbo rocky shelving; and with tho samo Mon nbo havo ponn to V i i Lnfld o mw els "Wo can number rtoot, you exclaimOn our ay from OainuHcui havo roinn hack rhrT ni can stay Iho mountains of Lebanon whitn ullh who or blind and di firuiu tbo binds In wisdom, or who yea read non ami lh places fioni whiili thorn-diat homo havo scorned to ai, taffaln tbo bottles of Heaven'" As utro hnwn, uml iliain by ox teams proarhlnt; upon Olivet, lav blicM on, you feel yourself coming In frosty vvvftwi then in vi via iiuuffinaiiun w.nQ So "f Uod climes, and, in fancy, wading through down to Iho IloAtCil In cirnt rafts to Juppa, ami thon affiin nalklns tbo bills about Ji ilom, tho snow, you say, with lh.it sanin ln up to .lirustv r.ivlRlta onco rnjoifod ngaln iliawn by tho tub hut splrod writer, "Hast thou entered Into 'llmso afton,itil said, 'l Am wlnls to ImiM Solomon' tnmnlc. tho treasuro of the snowV" caniu to I g yU face, and mlphty trno in my tfxt :i?o r.i1tHl ibo tho SrrlpturPS and tbo pyrair Is tho sharp sleet d "tfloryof Lobsnon." Inanimate niluro mo." Whon I wat In rvrowt, tho dull stings our cliook, ou ojiotf "Hast thou seen tho triws-uiotho rllcr.w ol the first irnnffi wlon. Syria, last lhcnnibor. o rboln him again: Amor When Kvo tiwhnt tbo foihhlJnn treo. lean missionary, Knv IT. Jo'P- tobl uf tho bail?" lu tho Psalmist's It Rooms as If tho hlnlnl contact bad mo of bU friend who mot a "ptlc at writings I bear tbo voices ot tho sea: Deep callelh unto deep. and the roai unltum not only tbit trno, but loppi, llio .seaport of 'orusaM" ftnd ns if tho air caught tho pollu- thoMinholloor .s.ibl to hts frier "1 am of the forests: Tin I ord Hhukoth ths wilderness ot tbo h'adesh;'1 and tbo loud tion from tho nates, ami an It Iho itiilnrf ln(rt tlirt llitltf I Li.tlOMT Ufl pap had carried 1I.0 tiru down Into (ift f(Ur nfhft c,irNfl1B rt,i(o . am poal of tho blark tempest; Thn Uod of tliA fcory AOit r,mn ii.b I'niira cariu going to Tistt all tho ered glory thuudcreth; and the rustle of the rrfVed ulth tho leprosy. Under that places and wrlto them up, ad show long silk on tbo well HUM husks: "Tho sinful touch nature wltherod. Tho In tho world that tho Now Fostanit Is sn talleys aro cowrcd With corn," and tho "Tbo j oung nnlmato erealion, as l( aaro of tbo Imposition ukiii tho world's fertility " cry ot w ild boasts; damago dono It, sont up tho thorn and .Months after Or. their frnt met lions roar after cedars: proy;" tho hum of Vrlar and noltln to wound, and fiercely Hid skeptlo at Itnyrout. after ho bad palm trees and "Tho righteous oppnso thn human rare. Now as tho lompleled his Journey tlnoofcliho Holy shall flourish llko a pal in tree, bo shall groxr llko a cedar in Lebanon;' physical earth felt tbo ofTocts of tho Land. iho ilrst trancreslon, so It shall also feel Well, bow Is It?' said IM aforesaid sough it wings and tbo swIrPof flns: tho effort of tho Saviour's mission. As gentleman to tfcnskrpiir. Tho answer "Uomlnton ovnr the fowl of tbo nlr and 'ftom tfiat ono tree In Paradise A Mffht nai; jaieseon Itaff, and I lejl you thellshof tho jc.i' went forth through tho entire or(li o tbo Itiblo Is true! Tho truths of tho Uospol might bavo all truer es, U e jriionuu from ono treo on Cahary anotbor fon hIio wont to destroy camo been presented In tfohnlcal terms and nau spoeu out to inierpenoiraio aim back ti defend. Af'er wb' I myself oy tno means or ury iiennnions, out un- chock, subduo and ovcrrldo iho rs II. In saw during my recent absenco I con dor those tho world would not haio list tbo end U shall be foumf that tho tree eluded that anyone who can go through rued or felt. How could tho safety ot of CaWary has more potency than tho tho Holy Land and reman an unbe ti listing upon Christ haw boon presenttreo of Taradlse. As tho tniion aro liever Is either a bad manorjtn imbe ed woro It not for the llguro of a rock? vangnltr.ed, t think a roriesH)ndwif7 cile, Uodcmplowd men towrite the lluwcoubl tho gladdening effect of tlio rhano will bo nflcctcd in tho natural Itible, but Ho look many of. tho same Uospol havo been ot forth had not world. I serlly bellovo ttut tho trees, truths which they record'd, and with ZacharUs'tbought of tbo dawn of the and Iho birds, and Iho rlvors. and the His own almighty hand lr gouged them morning, exclaiming: " I ho skies "ill hao their mlllonnium. If Into the rocks, and droi them down from on high hath slslted us to gho nd tho Into dismal depths, and at documents light to them that sit lu darknoas." man' sin affected tho ground, seirotalion, and tho atmosphere, shall aro put Into the cornor-sunoj- ( a torn How could tho soul's Intense longing Christ's uoik bo lo&s tuuerful or loss plo, so In tho ery foundation of tho for Christ bato boon presented so well, cxtunsive? earth Ho folded up and placed the rec- as by Iho emblem of natural hunger and Doubtless Uod will take tho Irregular- ords of heaenly truth Tho earth's natural thirst? As tho lako gathers in ity and fierceness from the elements so corner-stonwas laldlik that of other Its bosom tho shadow of hills around. as to mako them congenial to tbo raco, sacred edifices, Jn the namo of tho and tho gleam of stars above, ho In theso which will then bo smnjntrlcal, and Pather. and of tho Son, and of tho Holy greatdeopsof dtvlno truth all objects evangollzed. Tho ground shall not bo UhnsL Thn Anthornf rci'atlon. ataiid-- ! In naluru aro grandly roll on led. Wo so lavish of weeds :.mt so grudofol of lug among the great straH looked upon walk forth In tho iprlng-tlmo- , and grain. Soils which now bavo peculiar and said: "Lot us record for fu- - orylhlng breathes of tho resurrection. proaltvlties toward rortaln forms of evil turo ages the wot Id's bis'rtrvi yon write blossom and hpringiug rass production will tedeliered from their It there on papvius; I wi'i write U hero speaks to us of tho coming up leietUng sins. Steep mountains, plowed on tho boulders." tlioso whom wo havo loed, when down Into moro gradual ascent, shall le Again, naturo offers an Invaluable In tho whito robos of their joy girdled with floe l.i of sheep and shocks Christianity by tho Il- and coronation thoy shall appear. And of corn. Tho wet marsh shall become contribution to of dtvlno truth. when In tho autumn of tho year Nature d meadow. (.Utle shall lustration she makes tho preaches thousands of funeral sormona advnrnd upon eat unharmed by caverns onco haunted Tho Inspired wrltors the natural tho world. from tbo text, "Wo all do fado as a wild boasts. Children will build play vantages offered by of and ners and clouds leaf," and scatters his elegies in our houses In what wasonoa cao of ser- Troos and risers and rocks broko forth Jii! holy and en- path, wo can not help but think of sickpents; and, as tho Scrlpturo saltb: "Tho Would Christ Ret ness and tho tomb. Hvon winter, "bo-inweaned child shall put his baud on tho thusiastic utterances. dead, yot speakoth.' Tho world He points forth the strength of faith cockatrice's den.' spread out, will not bo argued into tho rtt?ht It to the sycamore, w hoso Oh, what harvests shall bo reaped and strike down, and clinch themselves will bo tenderly illustrated into the when neither drought nor oxcossiio amid great depths of c.inli. and He said right Toll them what religion is like. rain, nor mildew, nor infesting insects that faith was strong enough to tear Whon tho mother tried to tell her dying shall arrest the growth, and tho utmost that up by tho roots. child what Heaven was she compared capacity of tho field for production shall At H.tttarden, England. Mr. Glad it to light. "Hut that hurts my eyes Vo tested by an intelligent and athletic dur- - said tho dying girl. Then tho mother stone, while showing me tilt yeomanry! Thrift and competency Ing a prolonged walk throughtrees mag compared Heaven to music. 'Hut any his characterizing tbo world's inhabitants nltlcont park, pointed out a sycamore, ' MHind hurts mo, Iain o wejik,"Mitd thfe their dwelling plires shall bo grace- and with a waw of his hand said: 'In dying child. Then sho was told that ful and healthy and adorned. Tree to tbo IIolv Lanl Jld you heo Hcawn was liko mother's arms. "Oh, and nitor and grows around about your visit If it is liko moro impis.sivo than take mo there!" sho sahl. will look as If Adam and Kvo had any sycamoro I confessod that I bad not Its mother's arms, tnko mo theroP Tho got back to Paradise. Ureal cities, that?" worn not moro remarkable approprlato slmilo has been found at now neglected and unwashed shall be branches than its roots. It was to such a treo as last. orderly, adorned with architectural Another contribution which tho natur that Jetut pointed when Ho vould illussymmetry and connected with far trate faith. "Yo might s unto this al world is making to tho kingdom ol by present modes of transsycamoro tree, Ho thou plumed up by Christ Is tho defense and aid which the portation carried 'o thoir greatest per- tho root and bo thou cast lA tho sea, elements aro compelled to gla to the fection, or by new inventions yet to Thero Is no law Iw reason Christian personally. would obey you. and spring up out of tho water or drop from why it Christ has fascinated th world as In naturo but Is sworn for tho Christian's Hob-ethe air at tho leok of a Morso or a In Job this thought is preno other teacher, is because unload of defense. Pulton belonging to future genera- using socro argument Ho wi always sented as a bargain mado between tho Intions. Isaiah in my text seems to look telling how something In JiMnintual animate creation and tho righteous, forward to tho future condition of tho world was llko unto something m tbo man: "Thou shall lnJ in loaguo with physical oarth as a condition of great tho stones of tho field. What a grand world. beauty and excellence, and then proph- natural Oh, tbeso wonderful "like" of our thought that tho lightnings and the esies that as tho Rtrougost and most tempests, and tho hail, and tho frosts I.lko a grain of mu"tnl-seed- . ornamental timber lu Lebanon was Lord. a treasuro In a field. Like a mer- which aro tho enemies of unrighteousbrought down to Jerusalem and con- Like seeking goodly pearls. Liko unto ness, aro all marshalled as tho structed Into tho ancient temple, m all chant Thoy fight a net that w as cast into tho sta. Liko Christian Is beautiful and excolleiit In tho that for him. They striko with an arm unto a householder. ; pbylcal earth shall yet contributo to firo, or clutch with their fingers ot World Christ teach tho precision with of tho church now being built In tho world. Ice. Everlasting peace Is declared bo which Ho looks after you, Up says Ho Thn glory of Lebanon shall coino unto tween tho fiercest elements of nature and tho counts tbo hairs of y on head Well, and tbo good man. They may in their tho pine-trethee; tho that is n long and tedious coint if tho fury seem to bo indiscriminate, smiting box together, lo beautify tho placo of head bavo tho ayoragofendowment It down tho righteous with tho wicked, yet my sanctuary." Much of this prophecy has already has been found that if tbo hairs of tho thoy can not damn go tho Christian' loan fulfilled, and ( pneeed to some bead bo black there aro alout tJO,000, soul, although thoy may shrivel his practical romarkt upon tho contribu- or if they bo flaxen thero aro about 140 body. Tho wintry blast that howl tions which tho natural world Is making 000. Hut Uod knows tbo oxac t n .mbor: about your dwelling, yon may calUyoui to tho kin?dm of Uod, and then draw "Tbo hairs of your head aro all num- brother, and tho south wind coming up Would Christ Impress us with The first contribu- bered. fromo inference. on a Juno day by way of tho flower gartion that intiiro glws to tho church I tho dirino watchfulnona- and rare. Ho den, yon may call your slstor. Though her tostlutony In behalf of tho truth of speaks of tho sparrows that wir a and in thoo times. Thoy WLrccaught so mtfflity in clreumfnrnen Christianity. diameter, the sun and tbo moon is an ago of profound researrh. by the thousands In tbo lift. Thoy havo a special chargo concerning you. This had Nature can not evade man's Inquiries as wero thin and scrawny-ssnbonts. They "Tho sun shall not smite the o by day, noineat on once. In chemist's laboratory alio Is nor the moa bynJgh " Klmnts and '.pit to torturo and oompollcd to ghc up soemM almost valueless Uvinyordead. forces hidden In tho earth aro now bar- Xow, argue Christ If mylrVr takos her mysteries. Hidden laws hao come nessed and at work producing for you out of thoir hiding place. The earth caro of thoin will Ho not tax caro of food and clothing. Some grain field you? Christ would havo the unstlan . and tho heavens, sinco they ..w.uv... thatyounover saw presented you this ransacked br reoloffUlt and bntnnUt despondont OVCr IltS Slowness ul rcllg uaj Aim jour morning mcai. j ne j lousdovolopment to go to bis ami nMronoiner, nniwar so different giMul Oarth aiel tho ii6rvons aro tho from what they onco weio thatthoy may fora wwoii. no watcnos iimuio green busy loom at work for you; and shooting bo called "tho new beivcns and the snoot proving up through tl.e clods, gtsd'tstly strencjthenln Ino a fctalk, j Hzht and sihorv stream, and share ' imw earlb." lightning are only woven tnreads in tho This research and dlscoirry will havo i,tl Jst of M tbo bust tilling out great loom, with (.Joil foot on the shut-tie- . lfh thp pressure of thoec-- r "Pirst powerful effect upon the religious world. The samo spirit that converted or arrest ' lh laJc. then the car. after '.hat tho your puul has aNo converted tho olo-- j Ther must either ndvan Christianity, make men bettor or make full corn In tho oar. ments from enmity toward you into in-Would David sot forth the freshness vlolablo friendship, and them worse, bo tho church. honor or furthest star and beauty of Hcnulno ChrUi in char- and deopest cavern, regions of tbo chinch's overthrow. Christians everlastaware of this in thec.nl v ages of discov- acter -- ho aees an eJagIo starim; from Its ing cold ns well as climes of eternal nest just after tho molting tcason. It ery were nerrout and fearful as to the f ummcr, all have a mission of good, di-progress of wience. They feared that old feathers shed, anjl Its ings and rcet or your spirit. indirect for Minio natural law, boforo unknown. breast decked with noiv iwn nnd Now I . infer from tills that tho stuilv ' .. would suddenly spring into harsh col plumes, Its IkxIv as finely fuihered a 01 natural oiijoot will Increase our ro i "- h ; " r Vu "'" JcnonjMlffo. If David and .Job 'V ! . .1 . . . . . and tho rlnam of annrdi v. f tit hi nn n o rv ( m sorvtml of thnir Thnt llifloii. . "eon In thrlr ton thoiHsml forrarlt protod faliMiand by grest Jt,." laws shown to bo Imttoiltlont. jfm 'itloi Womlorn of iho Nnturnl World nnd haTobconothiimcd, and thetiiitt"( Uml fmitiil written on ttiolr cifflnlnl Ha't Tliolrl'Jivlno I.otwoii. VOICKS OF XATUHK. lf 1 nnnl lan lot r, nj tl - ntnl on Knrtut. I mean now to demonstrato to my friend, tho farmers, tho undoubted fact that, far from the most protoctho policy that tho world has oor seen during a quarter of a century In this country olevatlng and bettorlng tho condition of tho working classes, it has had tho tendency of degrading domestlollfo, and putting labor and hardsMn uu thoo that aro least ablo to boar them. First, I will comparo tho femalo labor In fact orles of this country In 1??00, under 14 yonrs of a rcenuo tariff, with that in 1SS0, under 20 years of a protective tar iff. FACTS FOR FARMERS, In TurlnM'rnlrrted remain lcl-urlr- a i Meditf-rraurs- s li-- con-orle- driveour flt s In ISrtO, after 14 years of revonuo tariff, this country employed In manufactories the followiug hands, namely: Mates aboie la ears old LOIQtftS ,.. 27u9; Verualci above 13 years old Xovv, I call tho attention of my renders to tho most significant fact that la tho faotory labor undera revonuo tariff co hands w bother malo or female, according to tbo official statistics wero 1 , tl bo low tho ago of 15 yonrs. Now tis turn to the 3 oar ls0, after 20 years of blessed protection, which, His claimed, inado this Nation happy: HJ there were emptied In isanu In factories, mules uUne 15cars ,. aftnim FrS2, .. ., MiriO sNV lot Children from 10 ly to . 15 .les-otn'- s tion has naturally doubled tho hands employed, but it has, unfortunately, nearly doubled tho femalo labor, v It, from 270,K7 In 1S60 to 511,639 in 1SS0. If protection Is such n blessing and In tho first placo we And that lM,u.t protec- I gives full work and good wages to ft them ot families and husbands, why should tho female labor double? Re sides this, what a sham, swindle and disgrace is a protective tariff which hi , enlistodlSt,T3l children under the ire ut5SrearMo work'ln factorlo? Is it noi as ciear ns sunsuino inai iirssiaiu'ii ter of iho innocents of lM.lKX) ohlbl-ein tho factorloo is simply fg- - the of having cheap lalor? If U. so 1SI.V0O children were not allowed to bo cmployctl would not their placjs ha- - rt bo taken by persons alHivn tio age of fifteen years, who naturally w mid iret hlgbor wage? Again, by cbplo u.f y 531,689 women the factories to employing cheap laltor. Of whatartrl uso is a protection of SO, 90 and oon l(0 per cent on woolen good, or 40. so, nnd even 70 cent on cotton g ds If wo havo to employ the simo tf s. of employ in labor which, when It Kurope, wo sneordown a pauper J I'r a Has not thi protective tariff pr curso by lntnMuolng the emplvn nt of children at all? We hate it n reconl that no children be w 15 years old wero employed in faunci boforo ltfll, and anylnnly who cioos to consult tho census returns t can find that fact In the eoniperdima. n ON THE ROAD TO RUIN. S!n Kvrjrwlnra Aro Tired nl ltriutitlrmi Corruption, The Kcpuhltcan majority of the Senate of the United States, animated by unreasoning partisanship tho same which ha Induced Iho Uopuhllcan In tho House tounseat Democrats, has refused admission to Messrs. Clark and MctUnnls, Doibociallo Senators-- i .eel. and has seated Messrs. Sandnr A mid Totter, Uupubllcans. ed man who attentively followed the controversy might reasonably reach tho rout luloii that neither sot of Senators was strictly entitled to seats. A resolution was offered to that effect, but It was di feated by a strict party vote, and so tho Republican gain two Senatorial totes, to bo oast by two men who ropro- nt a Democratic State. in both house thus The Republican ti. ting are cumulating reasons for the ,.( whelming defeat of Utclr pirty Congressional elections to in tho held this fall, Mr. Spoaker Reed tho gavel of the National 1. wielding !! uiip for the last Such n time dil w no asswopt overthe Republican ,rty in 174 will ingulf it again. There little doubt that the Democratic in tha nest House will not boles ian fifty Tho party that promote the orrupters of elections that to gain s,ot Ignores tho claims of Pcmoorulk lcrrltory while admitting now Statei ith blxnrro or dangennis constitutions, that to stifle Iho minority departs from :ho parliamentary construction which Mas obtained unbroken for a hundred cars, that mocks tho demand for re- lured taxation with vicious tariff legls- Ion proposing netlneroaso InloIes, that proposes extravagant appropriations, that prostitute Uo civil hurvuo U partisan ends, that while decrying fos U rs trusts and monopolies that br.be from tho pulllo gxehoquer the , pension-huntinthe ma-jonfalr-mln- d ma-rit-s subsidy-demanding- ( suffering from functional dcrn cement. I was n inurtyr to female weakness for v ears. out iir. ricrco's Favorite rreserimion curtslme, aa It wllloulf vou will try it It I (ni'jrnufrnl lo glvo satlifactlon lu every case or price ttl.fO) returned. I)n. TiKncr.'s Relicts, ono a dose. Cure headache, constipation and Indigestion. 11 Tfi Usilr 1nor. Mas, W. envied the lady next doer bo cause sho uhvaj seemed so well and hsppy. enjej s life and 1 don't' ald 'How 1 would tho discontented woman. At last like to change places wllh hcrl1 tiiomiiunlulnncoof tho object of lerenvy, and Ibis Is vvhut tho lady Uld lur: 11 J loppy I Of course 1 am, for I enjoy nr-fee-t health. My dear Mrs W.(jotir fare tells mo why itju are not happy. You are Ntt "he "Prr not your trust In riches," but putting iour there's noobjcctlons to riches In trusts.- - Yonkcrs tiUtctman. Ilow'i Thin I We offer Onolluudrod Dollars Hcvvanl for any caoof Catarrh that can not bo cured bv taklmr Hall's Catarrh Cure. K. J. CiiRNBT cV Co , l'rops., Toledo, O. Wo, tho undersigned, have huovvu I. J. Cheney for the bmHtocn earn, and bollevo htm icrfectly honorahlo lu nil business trnnsnctlons, nnd financially able to eurry out any obligations undo by their firm, vVest&Truux,Wholosa!el)ruggliil. Toledo, Wuldlng, Klnuun K Murvhi, Wnolesalo Druggists, Tolcito, Ohio. Hairs Catarrh Curo taken Internally, acting directly on tho blood and mucous sur faces of tho svMem TestlmonteU free, Rrlce, T:o. per bottle. Sold b all DmggliU 1 xva!ifeirir Ji II AsTi' r?r-ii- - riHviatly the ono whoso wojs aro crooltcd, Ilalttmore Amrrlcaa. Thn Itluft. Tbls Is a snonm for that glooeaj. harassed condition of the mind which he Its origin in dscpla. All tho ugly spirits that under tho name of tho 'bluon "Mup devils," "megruns' and t'mulll(rrtbs torment tho itjifieptle almost rofuttlessly, banish wheu atUcked with Hnstcttcrs Stomach llittem, that moreover, nnnihl fates mllotisnes, eonsitpnttnn, ohHM nnd fever, kidney 00 m plaints and nervousness. Poun men heads are so soft that a fthadovv from a brlclr wall will pnxluco a concussion of the bralu. Light Cnntntupt on Mind Curd. ToTnaKoirtR -- ricasolnfonn vourread rr that I luvea hsIUv remedy for U Ry Rs timely dm sbovo namel disease. ca have tyn thousands cf 1 nhaU U gUd to wind tvrv msnntli' cunL battle of ay reacdy rnee teany of jeur reader who have consumption if they will send me their express and postefllre address. Ilespectfully, T A, Huhcii, M U, 1st i'earl street Hew York. nvrnTmanbashls cws rirUfiuUr b-- st, crvr- V'K Yfjf V Of ov Vsra S&" .6.1117 j . ?& &r VT I drink this run lo one mtde up Uf bivrHiicw alone htr sex, tbe pern! lurMfion.' tho degenerate, tariff-askin- g extravagant las this party, corrupt, Is doomed lodefe-- Chicago Tliuo. POLITICAL DRIFT. The essential Idea of the new U- Hi! bill is to protect Pennsylvania and the WVt from the pauper labor of New Hnglnnd- .- Provldenco Journal. When tho sheriff comas to foremortgage close a Kansas tho two should go off liehlnd the barn together and curso .loll Davis. It will exhilarate them wonderfully. SL l,ouU Republte. -- The new tariff bill raUos woolens fmm about X) to SO per cent Cottons go up from 35.0T U 8S. 04 ter cent Moro patches and fewer 'sblrU w'H lo the order. St l'aul Olobo. -- The municipal elections are "local issues," bat as a whole throughout the country, they show tho political undecorn-burner- h;!s tr day-spri- jr glass which Is wrong sldo up up. Washington KUr. T the tcnipcranro odvecate thinks rlgnl ude 1 iht o 1 I ; Tniirlit Whether en pleasure Ivnt or lmslnes, sbeeld take on cyvry trip n NtlM of Htnitt of Itgs, an it iHds most iliuuUy uod ef- eciuuiiy on tne KKiaeyv. nwr nnu eewris, preventing fevers, headaches nnd ether forms of lcknc4. For sale In .W and 11 U) Initios bv all leading druf gists, Um tnsn with -- Rlaghamton riocknv bring lfore tbe ntirlng nmiherii, nnd fMd vromrn ce urpftAslntS Imu vUr, Ic. IImw'i IVTonlrt l't iljltun flilmlialMWl HfMl iMUtMlBM. n irh Hrria mriuir lkmii, ic4nx on Tiie itiinosiMl tribute was, no doubt tpulil m an ajianf; cordial nnd n- r, ti; 11 n n tmniiivo mntc wnndilv tiy tbe At a sotUbirtg aihI st lengthening nervirH. ptosslo f w t that largo nnndrs of our fair peremwl atfl cHtry wen nro ritnrtent hi aikI eon- - " FewrlM lncrltUouM is uneoualnl nrrv It tnvalusbb in nlUylng and ruMulng chvms, Uo they do not try .tftjrdr lveuUr to tbetr ri, ul 001 xcltstilllty, oihamtlon, prostration, TiH the nvnv of them Miffer msr- - bvttcrla. nil cMhcr dUtreeelnc. nervous tnfi rl h s it i the tmUUn of rvery tyni.tm. in plums, eommonlr aticiidtnt upn func- WUfUAU uti, hi ie n.iu4 womU It mouctw refreshing sleep and Kk twr nivorite lVcocrintion. uotwii aoa ortyn utwaMni mo uwtih.ot l on t fi't ftn--l thii- their lirellh, vltluui liovvo mental anxiety and drspotwittney. It u tbo only msdinno for tho cure cf pHi th .. Mt ! tw tmautr IV uMsr wwkiw and aliments n t Fnrorlte lToocrlptlon Is a le-- ' nil tl' by a loverwee; eerofully incH-'n- t to ' cUnti hy a osreileticwl 4yctn, n Hlilve fetitsls, AA fromdmggUts, uiultr gtmrnittee ll manufsrt-urereotniMMn. Mtlfactioa In rrvry sod fciUn' to weMM iWloaWt urennim tht 11 mil givewill lie romptly 11 eemjnfui'n (fluu) miM or June tioe. it - lmrely wsf! (See prlnteil en lotthw ael rf' ' v lrmU in nny eniMUUHi of CNitrtrttna no aloohal te tntrt-tW tyti faithfully wrpr nl ytuironfi nurtwl out for rup ic Micar to ftrmcDt In the many yean. ho Ft n iJnek of ICo rr on Woman : Ilrr tfc 'ich , drainer thgvtittuti. tonic, ft imrrte )km, aiht How to Cure them, fleet tRonititi an Ynr errr fenM in plain envt4pe. J t ftcloso Irti rrntu, ibo whdo viw. Uir!inui vvonui wri(d, ri"Ut ' ' rundown, d Ult in namiM, iRrtsAhr Meik A WW I ATMSJ. Na 083 Main Htrret, 41 tM.l t r. re ''Ort, nifS.'Jl I 1V linm of IV. !.4tfrlii hion a woman ef t- 1 9 1 t, H'r.tn Mthep gtrlt," hmetra. luidebs N Y deop-grassc- re-'t- rt body-guar- nul-hau- d tUr , . ( y .... ; ""p.j-wMu-- . 1 nmuniru asn i.ivi.u IUvletl to take. One tiny, rirti lUlK-- IVIki rhrni'-- t Hial do. certainly i Cu iUut Nti.o111. 't lnliuon JrWlrlw(i. arnfettU.AIUC&J, Mil lobe set by Covn A. Sir .VrWs W, will X crnU vul, M (Bub aaa lW'W.u. in Its town vote. Theotily hope u all rai.. tJ H of tbo Republican? is gains among the Co,I,hlUda.,ra.,toaeyeelM the el ei upon receipt 4 ' Mfl't HK ('Amnio, postage t tJ ii" t It i VhHlL- IaS P: " farmers, and with tho McKlnley bill as iMbblns KUvtrle Soap wrfcriw. Ul of novels on clrcuUrs areuBd eseh Ur an Issue their prospects are gloomy. oue N. V. Star Wucx a barrel Is full It reeemll- gfU industries. The statisticians bavo figured it bungrxl up. And this In the case wllh h Tho farmers In ISM) employed in ts.o out that tbe new wool tariff will add Courier United States and Territories to tbirty-threfrom twelve and DoNOTenffcr f rem sick bendaebe a taement orMale laborer cent a yard to the prlco of carpels. Ret loflRrr. ItisnotncetHary. Curter Mttie &9i ' Krmule I a bar UtUe it is the opinion of McKlnley and tho tiver Tills will eure sou DtH, which Is a little oer "H ler cent 1 e Republicans that poor men do not need (Hit Saudi price. SouJldpM SteeUpUL manufacturers omployvd carpeU as much as tho wool raiser and . (cT Males abov IS veftrs old Tnr young doctor wbe fell In bvre at first Kemalcs aUive 15 yrs oM tt 9 carpet weavers need pretention. Cuba-g- stthieirlanieiHt la one od -- 00 uteris. Kearney Kntcrprlie. Olobt. Is about 31 per cent, beildc jb which tsi.yeo children. It was Mr Randall's pride to live l rfceerteg lh votee, Rut this is not all. Of tho ag:icn in a small hou in one of tho uburr mmFob strenetbenlng I hTe "Ilrown Ureeehua Troche ' employment of the 501,510 fema ural parts of Washington, and on a sUeot oommefHleil Unm tlrientl vsho were dud wo find that tho 11 cotton-proeud bov hvcpnVfsi extreme iicg whtehi though ho was Speaker and Ik MUer. "k-- Vr - fcr. JttHrji ir Iv Mrvtceafale State, namely, Alabama, Arkan-oh airman of appropriations during many IN NORTHERN WISCONSIN. Louisiana, Misslsi.. years, was among the last streets of tbe riorlda,Oeorgla, has peteelnd an elerator At Kastorn man North CrtUli.s South Carolina, i,CU aa .11 UtU 6B city to bo decently paved, because h boot. H will be impuhir witu Mrn psrrmta, ( iiAi.ni 111 iLKM. H LSO b U Texas and Virginia, cmpler d would not have it said that he used hi likely. -- 13 well M1L inir i 537,314 females, which, 03 ovory Amrrt great power to benefit himself. N. Y. rt I.il'i ICI 4WM r AM UAIkl 11 VenvirT Feeble I.unxs Anlini WbOr kfr. CM ' ll.tei'. AOVV lwWAfn, 1141 can will understand, is coloreu laimrhy ltd raid. MM. & srllh lUle'ft llnnry nf 1lreBewV t ri mi n. $u iiv- riiLkiNSu t w. r enator Rvarts has at last Intro llke's Toothache Drop Cure in He ittinute. born, and lured been, as it wore, to tho manor w. o. n.. LAND COHMISSIOKER. the iiucorest bill over heard of. niLviiiki.r, nil, nTn-Trare new made ef peper-th- et who, after all, aro mostly employed In nnnrel lefsyetl unn to this is, sUUoaary tabs -- CurlinjUn Free lret cotton, which compares to tao (.Miiary In OCLl) UlDkU rAHlS, 1878. picking IWi he was brought over In closo laiwr In tbo walled faotoriosas Akkov, Cele., Is being lnot tie fnp Cadmus. The descendants of ailvertiiwd. oad U a ssrvalois pmUrimisly AV. IIAKIUt V: COS roast beof compares to oatmeal cakei. the then owner want the Cnlted Stitee tovvu Ir ib "m Ka" mM r vn Jtiiumtf growth; mv ruECiMUcrUM-Di'tiAnyhow, we find that tho farmers who to pay thipper Lafayette's faro, and theyrhargo AoJ UWr tTi uocoa -' Kficira live in tho West and Southwest and pro- tho u.odost sum of Se,.1TI.07. Mr. KvarU Amu nhort In his aceounUdees not tta if t . riarit duce our breadstuff, caltlo and dairy iif n M. b 21 O Tieeyufte. th champion of product only employ oil In 180 57,190 Rlalr ought now to this elalm. a Senator long wheu fouml out. Introdeco bill in . females a laborers on their farms. All favnr f the Norwegians, to pay I. IMlt C.I.AV lr ARcanimallas boon ret hie pellets, and honor to tho farmer. Ho docs not look Kricson's fare Vj this country. Chicago as easy tn take as serar. livvbody nkes ' h thCBL Carter's IdttleUver rule. Try thetn c I , l for ohoap female labor. Ho does not Herald. li Vj " ! I1 I II Mi,jfwiml J ltin - J(44 tklw Hf press children of tender ago Into emLI fl l! All tbe world may be a stage, bet a good largo littlo know," To "Tho people at m MfliMl, fMWf M UM ployment Ho pay full and manly 1 H 3 many of the pcoplu arc merel supers. . Mtu(i, .4 I e ll n wages, and treat his whito holp as his savs Senator Ingalls, In nn Intorvtow tnctrtrv. and Strength u Ml' II n I "" ' rfr4it4t4 ft Ktoa UnONcniTis is eurtl br freaneat cfjuah I speak of couro of thoso mill-Io- publisheil In a New York twper, "what 3V of farmers employed In raising a tn mendous undercurrent of thought deos ef l'lso's Cure for Cottmnip4losi, to tho Systom whon hol't hv (irirt fure" rjvtet breadstuff, dairy produce, etc. Rut Is tnovlng with irresistible made Ir I said that throughout the wholo length and measured step lbs UltorUaxcttc. girl takes W. BAKU R & CO- - Dorchcitcr. Mai. wolcncd by they aro taxed by tho-s- of thoir llostou who employ weak women and hrctdth of tho West" The Senator I La Grfppo A rsx kct maUh free children of tendor ago, and who by the right. Tho current of thought ho refers TaiieiU'e ltttu:h" safeCigar. to smsotore. Of I So or nny othor mako them to moving with lrretstlblo force, and graco of a protective tariff average more on it is moving against Ingallism. When pay 50 per cent In JONES OF BIHGHAMTON, Wntatralnls teleeopeil the paieen Illness, nearly all manufactured articles thoy it has moved a littlo further tho ban- gets arc opt to see stars. OINGHAMTON, N. Y. tam bluster of tho Kansas Senator will uso on thoir farms and in thoir What? Why on Scales havo been silenced, tet the undercurTIIE MARKETS, 44 He Pays the Freight." Tho other day Senator Dawcsmadoa rent of thought move, and moyo quickly is pccitivoly ciKciBpATi. Asrtrx speech at tho paper manufacturers' as well as Irresistibly. Chicago Mall. -- o.iiu-tieiii h Tho farmers havo a good deal to MVi:Torir tinetiuallwl. mooting. Tho worthy Senator I a I m m rhe tmlrtiftrt ...-- .. ' protectionist and took occasion learn on tho subject of taxation. While IHMl-i-- f HMHttftn ! MWM.. M 5 I Got tho B12ST. J Oortd pachrri to doploro tho inadequacy of protection tbey aro complaining of State and local . ... ( nt 'in it m(tlUflilkn Whw I tr " ' on worsted goods. Now, it i a fact take and tho crushing weight of their I.AMltH-fajv- ffn by ,. ew 2 DM Prepared O.. I nn far fktalfi m. 1.1 lr" m of tho United mortgages, they forget thn National K.OUUlr that In tho worsted-mill- s ij4i,w f4! Ilh " u.ir i.l'.'! I rrsYnr ks n r 1 red .. Dr. J, G. Aycr Sc Co., .nd7 I r t r r Statos thero wero employed In 1&S0 tbo taxes and tbe blessing of tho protective M ft " No- 3 red ... fcvfil-difu n ..i 1.. r. polu-for which thoy aro paying. It Is (Una Corn Nn mlM LowoU, Mnso. n4 pff r nr Mrun) l rr.. 4rr ftr(Mi9 rnlM Fr tMitm n rmtomft, IMIl-- Nft tut I UHliJ IUYi In reality '.ho National taxe ni Sm HllC Malw fttj0 J3 that are M I : k. IImT U . I Itjr 5 no 3 ....- - .. N. to ......9,173 crushing them. Thoy soil tho products imalc aljote li yoant -. i te ftit If AY I 'rim thotre 2.W rhlhlrrn lom than I.Sirrari .. ftu Tl of their land at prices fixed by competi in A rncp u,(1 This Is an edifying exhibit Is it not tion in II W AU Ml . of tho world. Thoy ritOVIHIONK-Arli-turn Villi 11 7J Qtjre lltt 4 d LOT-- M morltl fW fl whon wo find an industry that employs pay fur the market buy i.t llr. Ih Hmt .a.hi.f tv. i Ilti Im ty.'Vlljlf ,. T.inl- - 'rtm thoy price fixed by ft at what I VlW i.l .r". tHi many wcrnon and clsildrc a? doublo ;j n it t. HU l I i.ii H He., it . imw diirr M.w.il lUillvfti Mali( a tariff that enable monopolies and i U it itHtf. I h, (w lliuiir ML Alllfwp4ore ti I Irtini in rlMHt rmtifrr men? Of ooumo, the reasou is simple. fit rnc ig Ml rtltv) wn r'r .im combinations of an m Vttmf, prrlfM cheap labor is sought for and got enormous profit manufacturers to draw AVl't.K ' I. from tho consumers of l"OT.T01WPef lHfk 1..m 4..M4 f ' 1 (J t' ,1' Well, thon. Tho Senator, a I said, do-- , IIIAA.II llrhri.'t (.air t Mr NKW VOHK 1. I I 111 . hill products. whoro the That criuiri !( Mtmm. AOEM1T4. tr lllfl tdOHTY TO tlMl I1, ns plored the Inadequacy of tho tirlff on their rr.nuiii'air In rnrr ... a on 4i tl IE53P B? burden comes from. N. Y. imAi-wh- iU j; srti t'i4 worsted goods and wants tho duty farmers 91 :.'. 3 i,t ft ralsod, which In othor words idwmi Times. ei4u si'fc i sss l ibf MIT.l?r ' l1lltil' l.."i it.ri O!, UU't that tho people in general, and th iuna't .Minrki on ?tr, cicirUn.!. ' 1 & " S?i 0 R " II r 1 n tl( ' .'. aitH tl (11 4tl rs Ilt i. li. farmor In particular, who uso most of The last public man tho New York I')IllKw ntefts. nam . '. p r I.Atll-U'u- rrn ft it r it. lilt lafBf n umm Sun nn flattered by iu ruuo launi, iw vursiu kwi shall rilir.trMX. mPCBWO " 17 ;.' I i.m! 4I Ml4f4mawa I Mr. Clevo it f HM., Prico 'or..,... Now, my worthy frlond- - gibo und coarso oplthot I Si ft I .s Kl.OUIt WinrrnlnU . ., CtttUietTicrttr tir. . . . . I I l.jin 113' r'Mr tv ri I UK II nil .1.1.1 nn t ul litilin t " rti paper uu maun a bptxiiaiiiy Kt:; WtiPSt 3 r i. ?re1 . ;:rm ra. tti yu"i i inu wtwiuh nnri-nMiju- nu. N 9 "hMde tpfnf; fVf lw yuuuuppu-wwauiumia.1. iw uunti unim uctnounciim, . rmicuunff nnu. macx- ''rtJ-N- ". 1..- - i 1. -- .... n i...i ;0 Tncns an some circle where It it !y the Inemee that can ceno in. vol. 2, pago 980. And now as to tho employment of rn aloft. Lot mo show tho contrast tween tho farmer's employment of labor and tho employment of labor by tho pampered pre rcurrent The country Is ledcr. ,PiERCE'SPELLETS:SSGSS rn.u . lhtn-ocrat- lc ll1he iht 1 - mun.-Rofc- '.on o o 00APS RRST-CUSS d Tinier Lands 1 .1 .l, 1 !? r! tf W. L. DOUGLAS I '!' 'iwi.p t 1 I hi-.- !lt II. JftBin J M 1 Restore Tone 'id follow-citize- Ask Him Who I hoow-hold- s. Ayer's SarsapariHa GltAlN-Vhmi-.- Sa. iiu -- ME h' ! ! i" lol . . ('' IV-..-, (.'( ut ..hU-ftlWl . . FITS! . .11 --- , f, 4 , (1i.tl . -- . . i l'tl.rl 4 . ll, ii 1 E5!?AEt3ffl . ( R- ij i ( it 1 1 mmm ( -j b tTA ti-if- 11- -.. . 1.1- -.. 1 ii r. a uo o! cloiH, eleotrlo battorlM, oltalc pile nnd Ulan faith am hope, liy iverj In IBM I Ilnd by tho (lovornmont ro-- reached a point nt uhlrh U.o object of r HU of or 8prinfr hlov It.M.TIfVlOUl astronomical apparatus. communion with Uod It was ff0! turn that tho duty on worsts layout h 1,- R Kf.orit-Fnm... it alUoo fit to y homo attontlon U (ItAlN-Wh- i.r nduio. rwi- 1w,IIIHl llldy. Mon and women nf (Jh1 olthor partially worsted or wholly lllo tho attack. Tho hounding or Mr. maLMososana ti.o propiicU would bo remie.i iifco tlio eaSie t'l fiit Na 41 , ... . foril Mlnl riinoicr.liyNkeptl Plnlnot in all nKo for faith and of woretM, was 83.18 percent and r.il5 dovoland, a man uwd to talsoandhn Oa Mw& - tontlou points to a moit lndlll(rfHl ,n &uu fcophor. Son.o of the followors of Arltwoman s t..uffua ho U Now, would anybody ,0ft nturdy blows, wa bad enough aftor ho I.AHH rrOWil s- iwr cent w obaorratlonromc-Mf-- M J totle, after tbo Intonilon of tho tolon- - leakage In tho top of hM,ouso or lent, analt .ajgon nn,i llaxtw and Ooddrldno and veraant with Uioko facts bellovo that a retired from tho IWdonoy to tho rArrrj:-i'i- rt n, V U4ty.... i cope, refused to look through lhat In- - where, throughout tho Mrmy day, tho Moro. That man is not worthy nlglior duty should actually bi fa privacy: of. his homo In Now York IUK1H annall . . ' . . . . Ktrumrnt. lost what tlmv v,.. unnM watrr runm - thmurrh. - ilnr inwn tho ..nn nn nn m i nritimn Him .ntmi. i,.. ... .... - ...-, knw i.w.t... iiiuiiuhii nv il nii:iuir in iiiii 1. INUMAIOM. iiiti.i. n mi .tun rniv riiiiin rim u. imti it i. overthrow iho teaching 91 unit; urini Anil no sivvo; listlessly among these inagnlficout ills- - States? You farmers, who havo so n a sought to harafts and wound him by (HtAlN'-Whr- at. of that liuor-uri- o; Wa Jrt'd. .. .. Com- - UlimJ,.,,. il gront philosopher. Hut tho ('hrlstlan "A continual duppiiiK n ;i icryralnyi ostires of Imlno power around. nhrinlagoin tho prieo of your w..Mt striking hi amiable, lovable, gentle (UlMli.l .... .. .4. ..... religion ha no such apprehension now. day and n contention, woman aro ilCncali and above ns, stunid and within four year from 91.10 in avc-M)m&Yl!,M( wife, tho work becomes simply InJirlng on our tolcwopos and micro alike Houhi thnstsot forlli tlio uninstrucled. Thoy aro not worthy to in Chicago to (is cent per bushi it famous , i " -. an Indoconoy an outrage rf.nru-- A Ho t Kope nnd speclioscopos, and tho moro character of those who nako groat pro- Iho in a desert, for that it which not alone Mr. Clovoland, but haltsfoun present and year may be --tnon iVini Mixtil . . tho hotter. Tho (jod of naturo Is tho fosslon of piety, but havo no fruit? tain nnd paim-ireeV U uui aro uoiuiiv overy gallant man, every gentleman In OiU Mln-.t'i nor in regions ol boforo this ' I Cod of the lEible, and in all tin mil-eP()ltlC-compare them u barren fig ovcrast,JW CP( fur CV(.n Uloro lm, M,aM a,ked to pay moro than 83 per cent At tho wholo world will resent, If tho tUD"M HKutn . c . ,j and In all tho eternities, Ho ha !.,.. ...1.1.1. b per cont. " tax reHpeetno v sourco from which tbo o itrago proceed ItlnJIo tlioir lights, nnJ nuturns llaMi. moro than V'"" ,",.'" never onco contradicted himself. Chrison thodllforont kind of wonted worth tho uottco of good mon. In tian merchants endow unhcrfcUies, nnd that your cold climate in winter the South or West tho Sun would havo In them Christian professors instruct npnksol brooki In tl ,s, cl Ime. tka "on a necessity. Can assurance, nay, luau to mend Its manners or tako tho con at the children of Christian communities. wind about In dlfferantlireeUrai, and u'irono thom t tbere'al0 Christian. In h yf sequences pcrsonslly of it odious, tho impudence go further? The warmest and moit enthusiastic Curos VP Whon your wheat and corn go don Illegitimate proceedings. Chattanooga tendon. .ron .Il ? . friends of Christ are tho bravest nnd "My in prlco, because you havo to compete Times. of mind and heart astoit sontlmcu Dackacho. most enthusiastic friend of Rclonce, cet wuuy as a urooir. anyi tho stream cies ' with tho trulv naunar labor of ta,i.in. nmi because thnr iioiinirA tni. inii. Ilurir Tujli. It Mud Tho Church rejoices a much oer cwry of brook they pas a war! I)avl "'lcn Bnckacho. Husia, Turkey and Egypt, you mint Oixl Indianapolis is on a broad grin. The . discovery as tho world rejoices. (Joil ho would impress us n fi tyijo Uesponu- - printed roclation of nil arol content to ' ffrln and lioar It. Hut when It t Bnckacho- roimnl in it.iu i.nnn oomi men hato found that Iheio U no war be oncy into who h he had fink, Compares . i,..,,, in !,;,, Unrtltir,(al Of tobrr 9, 18H. i von til buv n. nornfttnrv unnlnn tr,... .1. good pooplo of that olty b;io heard of ,.t ti nr.it IrouMhAnlljrntlkorhfOMTiifr.nl Umv tween BcIencoandHlljrJon. , Treasurer Hustou' utoraneeH roganl-inThatwbfch II t.v n lltlMginiie of It.on regions, . f.u tnn ulntnr 1.. l...(- ....l., Uik. lumrnl f. rtrol wirli, fl Jn.,bi oil l,U-l-. li Harrison and Ills prophecy that ot first I.uk w0n.l to I , tho o., l,u lud of throuh :,""V' ",w,.n not ...fflJlen t .. , oA, U, h hV. ,, . iTrmmicnily rureil me. ollmr tnurdloi l,il .. t .... ... oin. uv. t.A r "i,. 1.1. .,.,.. t..r.o ..i... hi tt.UK, tho Infidol ha turned out to bo urn uiuua iiii-ritl.D. IliriHAS. HIinK in ni w mnntlfk . Am 1.... t .. vnl vmi Imvn It- m iir tho 1'roshlont will bo renominated nnd .. " " " ' " In I SI J. What particularly weapon of tho Christian. hi nock, and he cried: nnvtnUlp, Iml . . nlnk in deep nnd spring morning. own hand to stay this oppression r romahaa mM j Alii ceuhdTcb n.r1W7. if tickles Indianapolis Is tho statement In Urk dlKciiSNlnn may he divided mho where thorn isno Mainllnf?" Would Scientific yon woro any way outspoken in ,(r U madly in lout with tho In whnlevor pursuit ho I nngngod dumnnd cvuMhnrUlyinMTi'nrtiirn into those which aro concluded and Hnhakkiik set forth lit, ipaclty which that Indiana liricl at JaM.bs that tht curo of prot vq Oil, which curtl iii I la not f. nr rrrurr m. o. WhltO'lIouao iceburg, nnd that she will 1hoo which am still In progron, tiod ghei the jro.I man 10 walk wifely Ihn )oung man will profit by beint taxation should cease, thon would yilH V M UIMIhlULlL depending for decision iirfm fu in re In nmhl the wlldit jerilf ho point to tho thorough. Ho .will thus do good worl toetlon, llko It original anee k bear tho good doacon Into the noxt NaIIIIKP, 01 vostlgatlon. 'i'hosewhlchare concluded ' wild animal railed )i. hlmh jsalklng to brgln with, but he will nlfto mako foi Luolfor, Ikj hurled from l prosont h .f tional Kopubllcan convention upon hot SI II! M havo inarlably rondeied their tenllct oter adlppery rock, and lrflji ng from hlmtelf a character that will always U placo to that IfOttomlos pit where it i.e. broad shoulders, singing song of praise i:i;i,ii;vi:D Is informed and triumph. Indlunapoll for Christianity, nnd wo han faith to' wild crag to wild crag, ). the tecullar cnpablo nnd trustworthy U lilted IVw longs.--KroMnoru't lnttor to Farm, that hu I not enjoying the joke all Dill i'criiiniiiiifiv tfma beJion that thoflo wiiiuli aro Htm in1 mako of IIh l.uofn nbloimly u suvtalu bterUn. or . THrAHBB HKNT .!.-alone. It Is a very funny joke, and all iX.KU'iu amy a unit r ft 1 prosecution willcumoto hh fatoruhln a iuelf In the moHt daueruiu placet; tender words and loving drd Tiik If wild oat State ouuld keen Americans appreciate funny saying. me itun IMC HUM M., conoluston. Tho great system of crier "The I,ml (iixl J He which we scatter for the hearts O at aro my ,ngM rillfcliMtc.il, IM uro falling boforo thoo dlMHiiorle. will mako my feot like b,tfj( f d.r iiearCfit to us aro Imiuortal seed that Orand Old Party In itower, lu p4itii,Ti fThpjJtiUn which llluinluutej tho face of rifit run riMAtt.fi. MM?! It alretuly ha x GRilaiitijIolIi isqiily Vsogment of that whleh havo only diniouHtrated llie truth Job mekeH i.ll nature. vb t oorIawtln,g beauty, VoUM Ij BHsnreiU :iy will spring rupJn of the Jilble, and 60 icln forced Chrlttl-- i tribute to the jonlty f KfTWok. As not only In' our own live tuV fu tbi istiAuio munngenooi iMin pntuyfera which btmns on the countenance of Co STATIONARY ralM f ' luinbla, Chicago Mall, dark day, Fhlladolphln IloooruV B.,nV WX3T0M SKULfB CO., and paganUmj )ougo ltt(pgh ktmp cl.Ifirf of' Job llyc of ih'-kanity, Mohammedanism lore ftor ui, All MIJUV trCATALOOUC 'US. tAm-HiefH . K. 1 VASBLiNB PRKPARATIOHS, eunrctrr-.rijcB- l.r DETECTIVES rfHt)tfT. riSMflff . lit' lMlfltMf Rf - - f- .,,.., ..... ... ...... K ....,. ffrr l.f ml Ihr foibm n. iluthta artK Que 10x0! i w!iro, . lu ConU. of .viiucCfttnThor Iofi.10 (Mb. On imiSfn:oflrtfc:if.-T- r d . ....! 1 1 OnoBoxof lx nr . ini,ri t e, ""' 1 ,','. ... . aivi ()nCAktof Hffliit'o Soap... loCVntii. ()Dliotiioof louu4o Viuoiino,16 Contfl, f ur 'at' In tn nttfifHt l BM ftfM hr rr 'til tn A4ftt tttl ffrtmlnc K'Or.i pit A mrai mnj nrMnuil icbHr' no bf - ' l7iny I" xr'ior huyiro h ukr rirBrf'Nrvrr yM )' Vfic Tf tnittoiii utanb IktHm nn ltmtlnn Is nrh it h tlio i" . usrhtio (M (rHni.r Vt. M . it t fraiii'Cu Tr k. I Al . t t. t i YBI ; It rMnt. 11 w I'll 11 ANIIIMilO.'N, ur wnl f'ir nilt i ni'iHim 1. ,r lu 1 1:11, 11. i tI 000K AGENTS WANTED .1 r.il ' ft I' tH.Ht 1 1 it?. wUhut r theriti't V !" ln of liluo At iin" 'irin Ijr fclnlro,, i tiln nr.t jt i.i(i aim! 1 will not tl" jf"l i tl !' tr'AkiiTHii ihi rj,a"rjir if ! r rrrl rr "(,f K" i ' gj m, f. PtiunnntafHli k;I'llUHICUTES CLAIMS. nMi i in.rU tt kHleB llurftu. is 1. ruMrt .!OHM.IOIlUS, 11. r. n'liiuciui), Utui iMiHWlttolrtftUii rrf ftMII'a fHltlltl I fto MMbU s sill rtir il m4 Itw Il 4tHf 1 mii tt.u. ". unit Miurm.M gt4 Nl JACOBS CH Cbesebrcua Mfgr. Co., 24 Slate St., tl. Y. ill" tt f tin it k n mliivai !nfMin rAvrim. tradfmarks. ft. L::m?tr, 11 11 1 ,ch , !rrr iIi-i- -- I.-- , .... ,.,,! """' ".:"'" .... .... Ihrniko,,,.. ... w - g iniAirf.r til U 4. CO., MEShI'I? u 9rMtTuiirAr9f9'jviw hw si z m v R I'cr Vrl4 t A(tnUan41IoatCnvi roi. K NM rn not ftX 'fSdO er m. wflfmafft J'ib on work frru. If ytur Hlhi lm'llli rrf n uftft vu' a a saw m iNi'ii Miir ijo.(rAirryu,rtj. 9rt',tr'"ltm9 !"" nl liniiliifrfi Mm lurfitil liter, nf riMtfxtli I'llftlUtflllH 4r R vi HHlW4 n Ub II LI ffl B n iFm fi i r j. , m fl rlcu. c:niiil t r UP nrt limit I' "u'l uif llltOM-U.tll- . titUAii,ilfil IILrlllllll"lllO Uf it u , 1 Irni.i cuulKl MEDICINE, tiinfitrtiii K(rlrl hrlr fi'lnenr In xihlrly i' nnlrtil. hi Itict h rc In iiliiriu.fi miIiih. rvIlif Itirh) hlviu I AHTI-MLI0- PA 1ENTS A.tJriA Y I h,yi rhinAu4mki T I VkSE ,NTII iTnN 111 HK. IT.(JKIl I I.l 1. W9iUNUTUN,ll.O. Jl-ORTUHE- '"', htimll. l"to M 1 RHEUMATISM . . OIllK'f ' ' Soli' Evorywhoro. 3liimi l ( l .ai'li. Mi,:ur iWv BAS3Y s tSl5i " J v i?r KrracrRr ID CMrBAt.l14il. n-w ruuM t -- . HU Xv Vol If. nriinn;) J j KM .TOtf-YEftRBBflIIOW "ir rtMi i iir ciifrftiijjir mint Vf, r, I tif4i- ' ki ni Wit CtFtuUrt (rt, iuOinh Mknnd mi ivi rrkli fur!. mi ir"itAirAFiiwf-rw,t- 11 n5" v r I t 1 'ft"" ' r. RUM' i.LL lll rul" fi fthiti '"r inn 'T' r la I. t lrtt .11 m to US SB K fl tiny. Huiiloi wtirlji IMI 260 mU it i ,.." Hbra'i mm OHIO, IISnmVllSIJIlTuilitRIII.. iiiltrArftHt..f iMfNHt. MH,Mlift. a n ir Cl' .! r lhi t'li rtktr y ufl1 i:n Ik4lIflN llr u aw '' 4lltVlllllfM I'lOfAUlk th AJ'rUmtftl ll lAi ! ft u5 '!teWWwro! A i pf1? wM&mmmmm&&BBm 'rfWu' Vfr : fr. r . t, .t , ' 't?rrt Z7ie W!itf. .