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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1890 hic1890060601 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. Aw pU v- THE HICKMAN COURIER. Published Evary Friday by V GEORGE WARREN HIckmnn, Kontucky. 9 n OKre Jackson 6trk neat door to Oitj IU1L THE HICKMAN" fOURlEMl 7HH - FINE JOB PRINTING 1CXKOUTICD WITH NEATNESS AID DISPATCH. SALE BILLS, iii GEORGE WARREN, Editor. 1H1 OLDMT XEWSFAPBR lCZIl ENVELOPES. LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC IJ? WESTERN KENTUCKY. 6, 1890. I'rlroof Subscription, $150 TERROR IN A TBNKMKNT. Four Human Llvoa Sacrincod in th Klainos, A Tfuhiher ESTABLISH Kl) THE LEE 3I0NIJMKXT. Imposing Tribute of the Veterans tbo Confederacy 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, PRIDAY. JUNE COXGllKSS. Un, Mr VOlS&XV. -- NO. 34. CAZX AND SEE US. FIFI'MUIST Tlrwt WAKnmoTtiis, DOOM When OF THE SWORD. It Up Maytr-Hr.?i- Tr. of Otlirra IVarfulty Horned Itrllevnl to II nf Inremllarr Origin. I'v" Tito building I CXI Pranklln avenue, fit. Louis, tlio second floor of which Is occupied as a tenement by sot oral faml lira, nml Old lower fiivr an a paint shoji, was discovered to Ixi on flro at about three o'clock on tho morning of the 3d. Tho flro Marled on tho second floor and burned for atmut half an hour Wore It was discovered. When tho alarm was turned In tho flro was well under wy An soon at tlio Amnion arrived a stream of water was turned on tlio burn Ing building, but no effort was made to reacun the occupants tin til loud scroams from thn second alory Indicated that there woro helpless fseoJi Inside, The firemen entered and elates of Artillery tli MnrlUl "TtqiiritrUii rigiM-- TIhmi4iiihI TJu urit thi tfnvnttlftc of Hit Atoiiumcht. lrt stirmountiby Ur tie's equcttrlia statue of Kolrt V' Ix . unrflllfd en tlio nth, at lUrhmond Va. ll Is a The jrrsnd moaumf at irrsnd work, towrriair one foot ami hlffhertbaa that of WMhlnRion on Huare It wa a trrund eccnoii ei Conftdfrntn TCtrrani smmliun therapltel wnlj ten Inch tfO ruanu Wasiil-sornsf- . A petithm June 2 h 1 was presented from Msmphls, Tenn , protestihad, anil all of thm eatr thrOfrra4 a hfur ng aal at t the Mississippi outlet artem wMonmeto Vlririnia, llamptoa. liarlr Jefc-- i DROWNED OUT. ftnn, Urrttisw. Krth K'k-r- , Kcalvi Ufcanl AmosHr the Mils reortei1 from committees and cthera wr loudly ehrered In th Mawry placed en the ealendar was the following The 1h ltUc" f I.MeUnil, Almml To (tetnpef House bill to provide for a term of court at tetTan w thn man. new, I toil M tullr SlenciTflll JaHfl Danville. Ill, Mr 1'lumb introdHceda bil pre to A ietal frtim MltwuH Valloyrhron-lole- i fcflrfRTtwaH. by Mr St John, ot New Vnrkt fur the pfl the field whn th UtmHit rnmwandala-- i tho almmt (oUl dentruotlon of tho inovirM hit dfntli wounL This loan wti parehae of silver to use as U ful money He ferred to Iho Oonimltteo on Ftnnnce. Mr UUgo of Utvoland. eight inHtM Mow the tame coat tve lad on when the wmwdr i gasDawe notice OwU he would to inonow was In hit arm ami that olnt, by a huge ttatemttmt. tedr of sk Ihe Senate teconskJer the forllfleatlon bill. Ixrelaml U IooaMmI Ih the Jlojer Valley, Mi shoulder On that cost wet Its stain of tho Thetuvir Ull was taken tip, and Mr. Mnrrtil Ufa UtKftl of Inagullej. A terrlftn torio. amountAt tbe moimmftit croundi the crowds swunn fttldirssed tha Feoate The coriferenco report ing to a oud-W.4 and awrllcd until lit proportion apreal be , n tho Military Aeademy appropriation bill paw.1 over tlio valIn question arret artieml the pile with It" was ta!?en vp, and lh ley, broaklHg alniut a ratio aliovo town, across as to provision to regard tbe sUtite. Th head f the weeping down tho lrHt and louOng r lot Hy tallM Irvupa bad liatdly iMCbcd frri tcport was discussed the cowfertnee eoluma of tti hardly a Imhiho In the town. Tho lb the effect llist no ln'osiuntingunnks RicHinds lKVro tho era or of the day, CViottr of life, a fur n haa Won beard from, Arebrr Aadfrswu, of Ituhtvnt, brpaa !n o should to suppled In canteens or In imdere IncluJei Mra. haylwa, laty ami on, ilroia. Its delivery 1(tU two InHira and a ial tUres In HUtesor territories where prolnbltion Mr A'llson, wboproAenlCd IrgltUtlooesltts and tlf poo(4e, n truth of whom Muld not nd othor nh(o namtii aro unknown. a, wor1. I tho rejiort. spoke In defenseot It, and It was Ono family van tax en oil Hi troo tojH .nai of tHl iunUr aiitnc the eraa L axren io yeas Xi, nsys a, Tbo pnrada wn the i Hoewr The nfeetina-- In the House were next murnlng, whoro thoy bad OMptylrf Itsoir Into ihe rf'Xindt, the aimed ept by iIih flnnil. Ono of tho family tropn ttelPR lacd In bne, with caralry. arlil-Irr- y unusually dull t'Mlay, and npthlnjrof practical ralue was arcftnptlshcri Hills pasMM. Ttie fcftd I n 'an try placed in iMtur wan swept out amt dromitl. iVroh Itfhlnd theso wrro the veterans vf the hetnatebill for the renefirf the Ibard qf Cov for the ml Mil ng 1h1Ioa ban no far Wen (Jofttederary, Lr' aruy. aa a at MiuinMn itl the SmklntT Knd of (.oulsMllc, Unsucoful. inaJrtiT of whom Ull dowa thlr aimnth Ky ta motion of Mr Morrow Csl ), tho rVn Over 1W.C0 r'pW ate bill was passed relieving tho Union Iron l.lin at Apioaiaftoi. Kranclsro, from certain penalties wrrw on the nld. for the mon- Works, of San JSiO1) Mocnllcht Dul In tha Ttoad. to the ennem r vast Tho. J. Ilarbort, a woalthy young ument U oaa44resi oru space AtOreerai Jo (ttiMi:&;Charleston. acr!rri In th construe Adjourned t honor the the vavrable thnof the man, and Jauiea lkyd. the twenty-yea- r spph 11 Jehntton. the ranklnr HTlagofiio rof Nrni llrni. h y t old aon of DUtrlct Attofnoy I). V. lloyd, th Cfderate irmy. pushed ht Till: nlfo of Alderman P.nti Sartz, of Kierr eye waiilrainril of ltrownavtllo, Tonn., uarrHlod over a tMie M the pnlotaL th lint riillo, 111 . baa itecomo violently Insane hog. Thoy again m In tlio moonlight Andeierr heartbeat anitvutlT toetchofKohort r filer an tlio reault of attending tbeservlcenof thehadln brooie, while roturnlng from ohuroh, and a duel gHmpsefand hla oul horte the j; ah TroH. TM" il tho lVntscost band of religloniata. Clt-Iro! fwrorrod. alx allot bolng flrcnl In the pntUoand tawult bsdbeon huibeiL i'm: want the Imnd driven from tonn by eaeh party tMdi tf raltln nnrtlrr q At tho lait d I m liar go nnrnt trm JAUr ivu k a miner at Tanner, multi on en enemy The lUrlert foil with a bullet Inhlarlirhl tude held Its breath. At a Jnrorirlv: nerel Minn., wancrunhetl to death by a cage brratL Tho wound U prumiunroil fatal Jihnta pllet tbo cord, down w. m the suddenly descending the hafL 1IU by tho pbyalclans. Itoyd gavo hlmsolf crest veil and Xee and the hwie for tt rtrt wife, when Informed of tbo aceident, Thrc orr irred a tiecatno lioHdeanly Insane. tip to the authorities. tlnewere Pipoiedtovlrw apvertovt foryettrn srctio. Up wrnt etria-ItiriiAiui Ci:oKii:, Tammany leader. In stum of mingled pity, deration, revrv o and aald to lo coming homo to tentlfv before Money for tho Indian. two front rooms, Mr Wolf n.M frightfully burned and was lying holples-o- n tho floor Ills wlfo and two children wero a!o hurmd, and hU lather, an old limn livMtly of ago, tad leon smothorcd to death In bis bod. Charles Hauss, who oecuiUM the roar apattmenl with his wlfo and child, bad Just loft to co to work and his wife and llttlo sou were oaughtlnlhofUmos. Mr. aim could have escapist, but her llttlo lioy at ao frightened that bo ran under the and In tho mother's frantic efforts tn sain her child she was dangerously burned. Tho rhlld w a found In an unconscious condition, but tho mother Is able, to speak. Tho Injured email lakon to tho dispensary Wolf Is not expected to live. Tho recovery of bit two children In also doubtful Following Is a list of casualties: Georgo Wolf, thlrty-tnyoar, badly burnoil, Annlo Wolf, hit wlfo, burned about tho head, uoek, nhotiblera and arm, probably fatally. Harry Wolf, nlno joara. Walter Wolf, fowr ear. Mm, Mary Mau burned about iho head and arMR or. ou. Ultlcfton of Mary Hauvi, Udly buriul. After roulng tho Inmatoa tho firemen turned their attention to ex tho flames, uhlrli nuocumbcxt In a abort thtie. Tb damngo will amount to 5in,(KX3; tmurM (Itn., Hyde, TIIR I.RK 8TATUK. tho lewen, ha leon arroatM on of bavlnir flrwl tho building. rnfflfralfl ramps stopped him te thair in jars as a ersnd onf rnnitttlnt: cl The parsle vrtcrsn and jouaic soldlrr, tavilrr arUllery end Infanlrr Oa the llttf of march tn the :!?WJkUt?;crs wero several Intensely Ihterrtt1if inrldents. jrcat-- et (lordoa ot tiroTcis, rrrhp ot alloni ot anr of the Oiifedorater,neriil U tha line. At ci point on Male fttrctl be wsi e ft va ! jfmvmf ot tlCorctiuri4Kaiit ! endolhrrt. Achrer, the MycU' oV,v'i M male for him. He had togrfp theiadie 'he eld soldi1 ra, maoy of whom tied trsr uf y for r the prfvllm. Ncit to Oordon, rametnrortho Mjcet stiarts of h nom lln wsi ehretrd to the echo by the cru 4 I ine sad co the streets, Hereral of tht Vistula trftittt, 1 M o burn aiked to bo aud was rirsed from further Mr. servlre on the Commltlo on Territories Alllaon pretented a remottstrnnce fnmcttlront hnll Hflrin sjVhen tho Trlnco or fear of tlurllniton, le . ngalnM thn Impoftinnnofdts Above All, Ita Mission Mmll lie Col ties on ores from Me xlro, J 111 tn were reported, g Inclii'llnjr one to prohibit pool selling o'ld lllleiliinil Its Cse (lotto I'or- In Pie District of ColnniHn. A rcoli rter Sermon by Itev, lion cilluijrfor rrrlain information in reaH to T. OeMlll Tal- Amerlrsntklpments through tho ranndlan Ia ihase, t), D In relation to cine went over. 'Ihe Wiiami bill Import! liquors In prohibitory Male wsscon ThoRubJect of Dr. Talmago'a sermon A brlrf eiccutivti sldered until adjournment last Sunday vsaa; Tbo Swoid Itn Mln-Mo- n eton w beid Ilorsr-O- n motion of Mr Townnend (V. a and lU Doom." Tho text, laalnh nale bill was passed for tho erection of a p xxxlv., A: "My aword aball bo bathed In Va., at s roitof lie building at Heaver Kails. Heaven," pXftC, Trtth an an'tedrneni atrlklntr out the aptlmoa Tin en hundred and flfty-on- a On motion of Mr. Wilson propriating claum for thn d(H-(W. Va') a firrtsti bill was paed tbo lllbto apeak of that sharp, 0r a fiuhlla buildlna at Martlnsbiirg, W tr,lnm boon, curved. Inexorable weapon, which Va , wllh an anjndmrnl rednplng the limit ol tbo toxt tho rewit from IS (sr to ITW) The conference va flanhen upon tin from mention Is fiTyord. Somolimes tho port on the itittotni adrlnlitra!ve bill adopted, the Democrats refined to vote, and and aometlnfTa damnatory, Tbo sometimes hm pro letn counted a quorum an drawn, aomotlmns as river end hart or bill was taken up. ine LiTae fthcatbed. In tho Illblo, and In much H.rf, Aullf i Mil w.doIealtiL Without final secular literature, the nonl represents action the IIoue adjourned May 2 -f- crNATR Mr WAHMiMiintt all Javelins, all muskets, all v.irblnoa,4 for the all gun. all pollco clubs, ull Uattl-axo- s, an amendment mso. refected ajTpAlnrroent of three rmwUloners all wraponrj for physical dofenso to Ihe fnler Continental Rillroad (Vimnils or attack. It would lo an Interrallng sion. A rraolution wnadoiird ratllna for rrrlain information in reference to rcieilin rec- - thing to gho tho history of tho plow or J. The Wilton bill on Imported H'j'Jor fn and follow its furrough all down through prohibition States was coni.ored audat6:i0 the ages from tho flrnt crop In Chaldoa IheBenate adjoorned, without aetlon. It would bo Ilorr-Mr Vans wn sworn In as Mr Itan-dal- s to the crop In Minnesota. sareeitor. A IHtl wm patsd for the ea Interentlng to follow tbo pen an It has UMUhment of a Natlonst Military park at tracked Its way on down through tho The nrer and harbor bill was literature of nations, from lln first word hlckminifa. taken up and finally pasted, after which tho In tho first book to tho last went which bill some author last night wrote an ho WAPMCfG. Ma? W -- Hrf ie subjecting Imported liuora to the pmvlklons cloned his manuscript. It would be an of Iho law of the several State wy again Interesting thing to count tho echoes of taken ip, the queatlon Ie nt on tho following tho hammer from tho first nail driven substitute, offered bT Mr Orar to Iho tubstl lute reported from the Jmlleinry Committee' down through all tho mechanism of centurion to tho lant atroko In tho carpenThat fennenteil. distilled or other IntosleM log llquom.iranferred as an article of commerce ter's shop ostorday. Hut In this, my or brought luio any Htate or Territory from n annual sermon an Chaplain of tho Thir point or place outside of such Bute or Territeenth UeglmonU I propose, taking up a tory, fer me. pnnimptlon or sl ther-ln- , shall not Ifnrmpt, nor shall Iheowneror per weapontbatbasdonoaworkthatnelther on in possession thereof b rsempt from the plow nor pon nor hnmtner ever nccom operation of the laws rf. or the rectilatlona, pllshed. My theme is tho sword Its cintrol, poll co or tniirg power of such Mate or mission and lis doom. TerrltAry affeelinffor applicable to aU other '1 lie sword of tho text was bathed In like property br cason of such liquors leing Heaven; that Is. It was a sword of rightin the original iitMUf of importation or as subjects uf Inter State or forelcn eousness, as another swurd may bo bath yeas M. nsyt 1. eommeree. Passed ed In hell, and tho sword of cruelty and until Mondny wrong. There Is a great difference b Ifoi st Ttie Senate bid for a general The tweeu tbo sword of Wlnklerled and thn of Iftinl giants was reportedHouse reniklrrv J put. lie bulliUni bills In com eword of Catallno, between tbo sword of mttteeof the wlwle and bild aside faiorabty Loonldas and tbo sword of Benedict Arthirty Ave btlls. Tlio first M was reported to nold. In our effort to hasten tbe end of the llosiso, and, pending a point of no quorum, the House at 5.15 p. in. adjourned until tho war, we have bung tho swurd with niack Nation Shall Not Lift A&ainat Nation, rYir Blr Mnndav. Polrrl uireui. !., nrd Jckn lyour JkH Ui rnlns agl dr iti4r br gu rr!r to flncal year IP91 ban bevn completMl by tho IIottMt Conunttteo on Indian AfTalra. It carrion an appropriation ol n llttlo less than A0CC00U, hlcli la somvwhnt Tho Indian appropriation bill for tho lmlralkkH. tlio appropriation for tho current fiscal year. below- Cincinnati fiuu. A majority of tho carponler of Cincinnati wont on u atriktf on tho 31 for tho pnrpe of enforcing n demand for nlno bourn work and ton hours' pay. It Is pjrtlclpatod In by men of tho craft without logard to unlonn or anseinbllea. - ;nntr - - '3g Emperor William Warns Ulimarck, Tho Kmporor ban uotillod l'rlnro that If bo dtHM not at onco coao bin ulterancoH on jmlitleal ntTalm and otier mattora relating to bin retirement, with which tbo prean ban locn flllM of late, tht result will l wirloua to Mm. k Alabama Orenbck Nomluatloni. The Alabama (Ireonback htuto Convention ban made tho following nomination;: For Uovornor, .1. M. 11 on; Secretary of State, Patrick Tucker; Auditor, W 0. Smith; Superlnleiiilent of 1'luca-HoT)r. J, T. Mawtorsoii. 1 LEW Morgan" la known on 1othMdoof tho Atlantic, died In New York of pleuropneumonia, on tho 'd, after an IJlncts of th rood ay a, Dathi From a Keroieno Explosion, Mra. Morrow and her son and daughter wero burned to death at Denver by tho oxplonloti of a kerosene canwhllo bolng uned to.ntait n llro. A MU Morcitii Dnd Matthew SmervIUo Morgan, tho ar tint, whoso familiar fclgnuturo of 'Matt - HUM RiH.ttlleneouftiy with Ihlt the air end ittui; !.Hit; with ialvo of arlll rry. the (mgahO itoftily flro of linfnf muk. uy, end otcrthn nldi cNuld t seen the thnr.inf of Iiiiiltrrsvalry. until lherfwall th vrrlta n i iert-- . ii i'iAwe c! a& tcna' n, tho Fsaoke aad dast, tbn UM.mlnc at ra ' wfitlnitous roar of the rmiUiiry, th k la nrtt, sharp ereik f tho rlCd ami "to was aa inni lufc and cf tae eirslry fcritnnc sight Th coy wns neer whelmed with Ti- or. and aUthnhtilelsaBd boardthff boua, ! - les the othtr ArrroriPV KijMMtkHi I!uiIUInc T crnM houses are orewdrd with n nummt at the ill play of flrtwnrks The rroundswas ylcwm hy 5i.(K0 decoration of (Irm nl !. ftmr "titrsme of th rfMnro. wm elatMtrat In the ronlrr The Jeff IUtU lunuo was alo pr dy tlrru tof the ratetl. Tho HRihmond Oul can ) Hfffit tatllefteg 11 Biivprtvato d ', for Ity roTcretl ihe edifice from the eornuv io 'bo nrt-storwindows. were proerw " In Ihe Tntmlncnt Dahnry Oneral Jamea II. Hutlrr. If. If Mury, Ma re in J WrUht. M Wnw Jh VVlUt A. t. fsc;, Jos, K. J"" K"V, M I). It Talifeiro, It U l'ae J, Jjiwrenes Cone. M, U. lnham. O. W C t 11 lUrrison, H lUkur, J. Il Imllcn, (le Stnwart, Pan cl Itujftflea, John Ufhiils, II II Walker, Jw Whoelor J 1' K rhaw, Yomp W IV Uubrrts. K V M riias. W. Klvlddcr, Oeo. J, It luier. Henj. fr'pwtu, ot Itobertsoni (Joertiors llaiilel ( North rarnlliia. I' I. KlominR. ' Florida A. or Wrt Vlr Klemfnjr, a. John II. of Itiehardaon, rtrobna; V rmtii United States Wenaton John A llnrbtar John 1'aicn; W lUnlel, Wr II. Keniis and Coonels William I.nmh and W. K. Cu'ueranj Captalu J Tnylor Wood, memlwrs if ( rioral KnbertU Ieti'a aiaff; rolonels Waller II Tiy-oCharles Marshall, T M ItTalcntt, (ionfr-l- l liarles S Vi nabie and A. I Ixn' Majtir Ui following tnemiH'rn of denem' L o'a f onlly I Mury Leo, Omtuln Koberl Misses Mlldrcnl and E, !oo, jr Oenrrnl W II. 11 Leo, nephvwa, It 1'. int. rolling andHh wifo lee, dauihter, (.lurii1 nd plain Kliftmrh !' at !? tbo Investigating committee of tbo New York Senate Captain Mc IIimihim'iiiis of Talla-bansnnstiltM and jetoroly Injured lCdltor Zpb HarrUon. of JackMiitsllli, for an rti lo nublUhed about him. U Governor Keml received a eern ebnneo blow r ban boon Inaugurated in A iov i mi erect at Chattanooga an ciiioMrJati tatuu to the Coirfederate (lenoral V. IL rorroaL At I'corla, 111., John Lenlio and VA Sims quarr'dod, nnd tho former eut the latter'a head open with a hatchet Sims and wm not live. la Leslie's Lohllo In looked up. At Hiclunond, Vn,, (leneral lu1ml Karly ajwko of Uoneral Lougatreet ua a A friend of IhelaUerde-mandtscoundrel. rotrartlon. which wan refused, and ho attacked Karly. Others inter- d IncIt" ponpil. l' I.atn, Tin. $4(K,000 neceiwary to bcvuro-- I. 1). lEockefellor'H S10t),(Nki aubncrlptlon fur n liaptlst ITnUorslty in Chicago, ban Wit nor ii rod. Wm H lln tlio nephew ot tbo Conledernto (ionoral, suddenly dlsapieared from Sacramento, Cab, and It la feared ban been made away with. Tun jury In the case of Mis Mary KIrchner affunst tho Uiko Krlo and Western railroad for ten thousand dollars for Injuries recehed, awarded plaltltl ftotcn thousand dollatn. John l.irrr., comity auditor at SU Cloud, Minn., ban aWonded, several ihnuaand dolliirn ahoit Ch'av IlAiiTaFM.ii, tho aluminum metallurgist, baa been honorably acquitted In the U. S. Court ot mlnuso of the n, malR UKtdel ftibcil I. f I" 11 oh i r HaidcblMrii,4udC.ipltttR Iv the MethotlUt I'pUcopal Church Conferotice nt St. Iotilft n report waa ndopletl declaring for prohibition, and condemning dancing, nnd card-playinliorMi-new- Vory Conslderato Suicide, How-dol- LIGHT AND LIVELY. Chandler, sixty jeaia of ago, cut A man lrt like an omnibus when hols n on IiIh throat nt bis lodglug-houbfull bo ulwayn think then) U room for atreot, llqnton. lie held bU lieud uiiuiuorc. out tho window and cut hta throat so ho Tifn man nlwaja wlablng ho vrro would not ruin tho carpet. dead l& alwnyrt first to mako for tho door of u theater at tho cry of Qro, Btanley's Royal Ouests. A has suggested that when It la announced that tho Trlnco and men momantheir hearts It la tho name as break T'rlncofa of Waloa will attend tho wedwhen n lolntor breaks ono of hla iUwh ding of Monry M, Stanley and MlnnTon anotber tiproutH Immediately and growd natit. In Hi place, I K. -m ii Oarlbabira Statue Decorated. Now York Italians decorated atattio on tho .M. It waHlho thirteenth nnnhersary of hU death. Ohtee, Dut Wlfo Allee 8ame. Chung Sing, n weallhy Chineso physi- (iarl-baldl- 'a cian, i0 yeura of age, was married at Kansas City to Ah (lln, a pretty Chlneno girl, 17 yeara of age. Chung Sing Tw camo u wldourr eighteen monthn ago, and aent to San FruncUto for bis brldo, Census Enumerator Suicides. At tho uloso of IiIh flrwt day of work an A Ik, lit tho heat of a family quarrel, tho angry wlfo makon u inovo to pick up a ilatdron, by no meann in this to betaken an Implying a wllllngnons to nmooth thing over. Count Atrrimt rotocKi, who recently died at Cracow In his fortieth year, left a fortune of $4.H)0,0o0. Mo was tho richest landowner In (iulleia, and never camo to Aniettcu to look for u wlfo be causo bo w ad amply nblo to support him-hol- Kf owr.ii, of New Hkpiii i xtaiivii York, tn tied need In tho House n joint roMdiitloii appropriating 80,000 t4eom plete tho limit monument nt New York. SrS'AIOII 11 MMIk ban lliliudiiced a bin for tlio purr! .iso of a alto nnd election of Miltahlo building for n military post near rranklin, Tenn., tbo cost not to exceed WO, POO Hi. i vi Ni H i eufttiH u HI hlimv n total of State debtH of i'S.OTO.Hin, a decre.-iHTheio lias since IS) of SAMVUHl 1k?cii an IncreaM) in county Indebtedness of 1,154,7011. in tbe ten jeara Tin: I'roabyterlan (lenerul Assembly adjournal to moot next jear In De- troit f, A census emimerutor, Crank Mango mitted Buleldo In Now York. -- com- - - -- Murder and Attempted Rulotde. Ma Dean was shot and killed by Wm. Jackbon at Tort Smith, Ark. Ho thuu shot bliuaulf, but not fatally. you boo a girl pasting a (scrap-boofull of cooking rcoipea out of tho weekly papers you know protty well that Homo young man U In" a position to bo eongratulatod, and yet. whun you think of the roolpwi jou fcaJ rather sorAVnr.N k ry fur hi u too. Tiii:iik wanorganUod at Atlanta, (la., on tbo vMltb, tho (ieorgla and Carolina Melon KxchaiiRe, wllh J, IL Forester, of Albany, as president, and J. J, A. Of twenty of Atlanta, mh rotary. thousand acren planted In melons this year, It In said that tho owners of morn than nineteen thousand biisn Mgnliled tlicir intention of joining tho exchange, Kvil'l lion WlM 1AM bus aiiiniiioned u conference of eminent M.'hol,ir to n tbe Hiibjeot of n llxcd uniform orthoginpby. The conference will behold in lteilln. Austria and Suits erlund buu lcen lnvltd to send dele gates Tiioi -- Mof ut'ivof wboat luljusl by overlton in California. Al-o- v dla-eu- n (lor-ma- marrh, ordering that the. torch bo lo tho pllo. What power broko that Hyrd and stayed '.that rod scourgo of crVolty that was rojilng over Kuropoz .Tie svotd of Theodbrlc and Actlus. To camo down to lateruffos, allMnlol IlC'ht KnxIIshinon unlto with allJntel-H- f cut Amorlcsns In saving that It was ofllclals who tbo best thing that thojtmorfcan colon-iAnd letter places for drill and morsi swung oh from tho Government of genorous equipment for the mtlltla. OVat Ilrltaln. It would havo leen tho 'llio sooner ihn.'swordcan safely oback worst absurdity of 4,o6o years If this ! to tho scabbanl tostay tbore, tae Vvltort vnttnont should bavo continued In but unlit tho hilt clangs against h kitally to a throno on tho other side, ol i caso In that final lodgmeut, lot tM tbt son No nnn would nrono&o a dor ewbrd bo kont free from rust: sharp all for tho United States ax along tbo edge, and Its point like for Canada. need la and tho handle polished not only tbie Is a Oorornor-OencrWV have bad splendid quoens In our by tho chamois ot tho regimental servAmtrlcan Capitol, but ''Wo could hardly ant, but by tho band of bravo and patrilfrought to aupport a Queen on tho otic ofUccra, always rpau)y to do their otMr sldn ot tbo Atlantic, lovely and full duty. Such sword are not bathed m Victoria iK. i no.oniv use wn tin imneiuoaiiv. or. oainea in cruniy, or Tor Karls . I . lu Id Isv mmt tl.At.i uaII uVinn ' a rrn till I.itlmif ft, llnnffln Hoforo I apeak of tho doom of tbo ibey pans through to tbe hunting grounds In tbo Tar West, or, when their sword, lot mo also say that It has devel-- f or tunes hate failed, reinforce them by j oped tho grandest natures that tif It has developed wealthy matrlmonlalalllanco. Imagine world over saw. this Nation yet a part of the J.ngusu courago- - that aubllmoenorgyoi mohjui ponsennlonsl The trouble tbo mother which defies tho unlver" when It focls ountry has tiHlny with Ireland would itsolf to bo In tbo right It has davel which repudiates be a paradlBalctondltlon compared with oped a tbo trouble sto would bavo with us. the Idea thatourllfo Is worth more thar. Kuala ml and Oio United States mako any tiling else, when for a principle II excellent neighbors, but" tbo two fami- throws that life aw ay, as much ai to say, lies are too largo to iho In tbo samo It Is not necessary that I live, lut It Is house. What a godrend that wo should necessary thai righteousness rlumpb tho bao parted, and parted long ago! Hut There aro tens of thousands among our I can think of no other way In which wo Northern and Southern tctcrannof could bao jKmibly achlotcd American civil war, who aro 05 per cent larger Independence. and mightier In soul, than they would Mn.vr.m Mia TVilnl. thn Kinc hao leen had they not, during tho four lot us go, Lord North, bis years ot national agony, turned their ft0Uii Prlmo Minister, would not let us go. back on homo and fortuno, and all for a (Ionoral Iord Cornwallls would not lot nt tho front sacrificed sword tbo was It us go, although after York town ho was principle. glad enough to hate us let him go. which on tho Northern side dovoloped ill and Mon- a Grant, a McClcllan, a Hooker, a Lexington, and Hunker mouth, and Trenton, and Valley Forgo, a Micrman, a heridan, and Adwere proof positive that they were not mirals Farragut and Porter, and on tho willing to let us go. Any committee of Southern side a Ioc, a Jackson, a Hill, Amcrlcann going across the ocean to seo a Gordon and tho Johnstons, Albert Sidwhat could have been dono would have ney and Joseph II and Admiral Sem-meand many Federals and Confederfound no bettor accommodations than London Tower. Tho only way It could ates whoso graven In National Cemeter have been done wan by tho sword, your los are marked "unknown,' yet who abuses and execrations, when It has had and bravo sword. .TetTernon's wero just as ' ftritrtno mission, and whun In many (.ollu rUo tho Declaration of Iwle- - as any of their MajorMJenerals, and crislsof tho world'sblstorylthas swung nnndonce, but only Washington's sword whoso rcstlng-plao- s all up and down for liberty and Justice clvillratlon nnd couW jljnH achieved it, and tho other tho banks of tho Androscoggin, tho righteousness and (tod. At tho very swords bathed In Heaven. Hudson, tho Potomac, tlio Mississippi opening of tho Hible, and on the east So now tho sword has Its uics, aland tho Alabama, bavw recently been side of tho Oarden of Kdcn, God placed though It Is n sheathed sword. There snowed under with white flowers, typica flaming aword to defend tho lrtu of Is not an armory In Itiuunlyt, or New al uf resurrection, nnd atrewii with red life. Of theonicorof tbo law, St. Paul York, or Philadelphia, or Chicago, or flowers, commemorative of iho carnago declares: 'Ilo beard h not tbo sword In Charleston, or New Orleans, or any through which they passed, and blue vain." Through Moses God commanded: American city, that could bo spared. flowers, Illustrative of tho skies through Put etery man bin sword by his side. We have In all our American cltlen a which they ascended. David, In bis prater, says; "Gird thy rufllan populntlor who, though they aro Hut tbo sword is doomed. Thoro Is sword upon thy thigh, O most mighty." small In number, compired with tho ono word that needs to bo written In Ono of tho old battle shouts of tho Old good population, would again and again every throno room. In every war office, Testament was; Tbo sword of tho Lord make rouch slid stormy Units If, back inotervnavv yard. In eery national and of (Hdoon.M Christ, In a great exi- of our mayois and common councils, and council. That word Is Disarmament gency, said that such a weaixm was more police, thoro wero not In the armorlett no Government can afford to throw Important than a coat. For lie declared: no arsenals homo keen steel which, It ni, Hword away until all the great Gov-- h Mlo that hath no sword, let him bell bis rou trlil Into nlav. would mako utilck mmnnt Imvn nrrroM to do tho samo. parment and buy one." Again bo do. work with monocracy. Thoro are In Through the influouco of tho recent con- elared: "I eomo not to send jteaco, but n every great community unprincipled ventlon of North ami South American aword." Of Christ's second coming It Is men who Ilk a row on a large calc, (lovernments and at Washington, said: 'Out it f IIU mouth wont a &harp, and they boat themselves with h through tho Voaca Convention to bo sword," Thus, sometimes and old ryo and other decoctions, held next July In London, and ether figuratively, but oftener literally, tbe enriched with bluo vitriol, potash, movements In which Prime Ministers W announced. dlvlnemlsslonof tho aword sugar of lead, sulphuric acid, and Kings and Queens and Sultans, and Whs morn consecrated thing In the i.hjvwhhI. strychnine, nightshade and Czars r hall tako part, all civilized naworld than Joshua's sword, or Cnlob'n uiher precious ingredients, and tako tions will como to disarmament, aud W sword, or OldeonV swurd, or David's down a whoto glass with a resounding a few barbarian races decline toqult vvnt aword, or Washington's ttnord, or Mab'" of satisfaction. When they get then all the decent nations wlllsend out sword, or that stuff In them and tho bluo vitriol a force of continental pollco to wlpooul rlon's sword, or Wellington's aword, or Kosilusko's tollides with tho potash, and tho tur- from tho face of the eartU tho miscreaword, or Oarlbaldl'H sword, or hundreds pentine with the sulphuric acid, tho vie-- t ants, lint until disarmament and conseof thousands of American swords that ms are ready for any thing but order quent arbitration shall bo agreed toby hat again and ng;tln boon bathed In and divency and good government. all tbo great Uovornments any slugli Heaven? Sworda of that kind baobeen Again and again, In our Amerlcanclties, Uovernment that dismantles Its forttho tcst friends of the human race. lias Hie necessity of homo guards been resses, and spikes Its guns and breaki They hao slain tyrannies aud pried demonstrated. Its sword, would simply Invite Its own open dungeons, nnd cleared tbo way for You remember, how, when tho sol destruction. Supposo before Mich gen lit their march upward. It was diers Aore alt away to tho war In 180:1-nations oral agreement, Kngland should throw Imtter for them to take thosword and be what conflagrations were kindled In away her sword: think vom tint Fran freo than lio under tho oppressor's boel t e streets of No iv York, and what ban forgotten Waterloo? Supposo bo and sulTer. There Is something worse weie hung Somo of you rotnoni foro Nueh general agreement Uermnnj than death, and that Is life If it tiiuM r iho great rioli In Philadelphia nt should throw away her sword: how lonj erlngo and crouch before tbe wrong. : r.. noiuetlmes kindled Just for tho op would Alsace and lorrnlnn stay as thej Turn our the Ionics of the world's his- poitiiuity of uproar and despoliation. In are? Supposo tho Car of Russia, bo tory, and find that tboro ban ncvor been "19 a hiss at a theater would hato fore any such general ngteeimmt, should a tyranny Mopped or a Nation Unrated in New York City demolished had throw away his sword; all the eagles and except by thoHwoid. I am not talMng to if not Wu for tho citizen soldiery. He- vultures and lions of Kuropcan Powert joualxiut the way things ought to bo, but rat! of an Insult which tho American would galbor for a piece of tho Uusslaj about tho way they hnso been, What i. lor Iain In Forest had recehed In Kng- Hear. Suppose the Fnltod States, wills force rirnto back tho Saracens at Toura, land f i sun tho friends of Mr. Mactcady, out any such general agreement and kept Kuropo from being overwhelmti.e I.nglMi actor, when tho laltoruu of throw should disarmament, ed by Mohammedanism, and, Kubsp. pi.ir i in New York In "Macbeth." tho away her sword; it would not bo long quently nil Atmitt'-- given over to Mo- d.t.ngiiished Kngllhhman was bls;ed the Narrows of o.;r harbor vvoulc hammedanism? The sword of Charles and mobbed, the walls of tho city haIng be ablaio with the hunting of forelgi Martel nnd his men. Who can deal hern placarded with Iho announcement: navbs coming hero to show the folly o' enough In Infinities to tell what was acshall Americans or Hnglish rule In Side by sldo thl MonriKt Doctrine. complished for the world's ginxl by tbo tiilscitv'r Street wero filled wllh a tho movements must go. Complete nr two fiwnul of .oan of An;? In Decoinbor crowd. Insane with passion. Tho ilot mament until all agree to disarmament last looked olf nnd saw in tbo tlNUm.j art was irad, but it only ctoked louder At the same command of '(! round 1 asked tho battletleld of Matathon, aud clls and heavier volleys of stonos, and arms!" all muskets thumping. At lh o myself what was It that, on tb.it most the wholn city was threatened with same command of "Hrealc ranks:" all h tremendous day In history, stopped tho Hut tho and nssaslnatlon. armies disbanding. That may bo nearei Persian hosts, representing not only Ileglment, under (ieneral l)urea, than you think. Tho standing army Ii Peraltt, but Kgypt, and Tripoli, nnd Af- it a relied through Hioadway, preceded tho nightmare of nations. Kng.ana ghanistan, nnd UoloochUtan. and Ar- bv mounted troops, and at thocommaud: wants to get rid of it, Germany Is being menia, a host that had Asia under foot lire, titiards, fire!" tbo mob scattered, eatnn up by it, Kussla laalmost taxed U nnd proposed In put Kuropo under fool, and New York wassaed. What would with it. Supposo that tbe mllltoui nnd, If successful In that batllo, would have lieromo of Chicago two or three death belonging to tbo aUndiug armiei hasosubmorgrd by Asiatic barbarism Ku jears ago, when tbo pollco lay dead In of men world and In absoluto idleness fui ropean civltlration.and.as a consequence the streets, had not tho sharp command of tho tbo most part of thrlr lives, should bu Innfier tlme,AmericanclltUatlon? Tim of military orders been given? Do not como producers Instead of consumers MMirdnuf Mtltlados, and Thetnlstodes1 charge such scenes upon American Insll Would not tbo world a prosperities im and Arlstldes, at tho waving of these tutions, pnve, and the world's moral bo bet swords, tho 11,000 lances of Athens on They aie as old as the Kphcfclan mob tho run, dashed ugalnst tho 100,000 inso- that howled for two hours In Paul's time tor? lent Persians, and trampled them down about tho theater, amid tho ruins of i:ip1orntlon f flrrritUnd. or pushed them back Into the sea. Tlio which I stood last January. Thoy wero A new expedition foroxploring Greenpart of witnessed hword of that day saved tho bot In 1075 In London, when land will start next summer from Dentho hrrnlsphoios, asirlnlty of Meet Hash- tho weavers paraded the streets and mark, Tho plan of work ha. been ar- tho light of tho ontered buildings to destroy tho maing In the two lightsranged by the naval I.teiitPiiaut. Uyder setting nun of barbarism, tho light of chinery of those who, becauso of their The party will consist of nine persons, Hall to now Inventions, would undersoil tho with thrco boats and a steamer to coa tho rising sun of civilization. those tbreo great swords bathed In rest. Thoy woro witnessed In J7S1 at voy them to tho eastern coast as soon i tho trial of Lord Ueorgo Uordon, when the condition of tho Ice will allow of a Heaven. What put an end to Infamous T.ouls thoro was a leligioun riot. vg.iln, In landing. It in proposed to explore In NVI.'s plan of universal conquest by 1710, when the rabble cried, "Down tbo course of the summer Ihe region lywhich Kngland would hao been made wllh tho Presbyterians! Down with the ing between M and T. north latitude, to kneel uii tbo steps ct tbo" Ti'Horles meollngdioiises!" There always bavo pushing as far as possible Into the raco would have been, and always will bo, In groat comand tho Anglo-SaxoSledges will Ihj employed interior. been halted ami nil Kuropo paialyzod? munities, a class of people that can not during tho winter, going over as much The sword of Marlborough, at Hlenholm, govern themselves and which ordinary ground as possible. Tbo expedition Time camo when tho Iloinan war eagles, means can not govorn, and thoro aro ex will be provisioned and equipped for whoso beaks bad been punched Into Iho Igenrles which nothing but thosword two years, nt tbo end of which time the heart of nations, must lie brought down can meet. Aye, tho militia aro tho very steamer will lottirn to tako thorn away from their eyries, All otner nuempis iftu regimunts that It will bo safe to dis cruising along tho east coast until thev had disgracefully tal led, nut metier- - uami gel down to the shore. Tho oxpensi s Arbitrament will tako tho place of have been estimated at from W0, 000 to mans, tbo mightiest nation lornrawn tho" work, and, war between nation and nation, and naand brains, undertook 200,000 kioner (equal to from about under Clod, succeeded. M hat drove bat k tional armies will dlsbind as a 13,000 to tfi, 100), and tho , project und tbo time alll comn Uod tbo ltoman cavalry till tbo borsos, popular and looked on so fa vom hi) wounded, Hung their riders, and tho last hasten It' when tboro sill be no need by the government that It U practical! v n rider perished, and tho Ilcrcynlan forest of an American nrmy r navy, or a certain that tho Plot will grant tht army or navy, tint some tlmo af- money. London Times, became tho scenn of Homo's hnmiatlon? The ter that cities will have to beep theli Tho sword, tbo bravo sword. triumphant sword of Arnilnlus, While armories, and arsenals, and And ho gave It for his opinion that passing through Franco last January militia, becauso until tbo millennial w hoover could mako two oars of to my nervos tingled with excitement and day thorn will bo populations with or two blades of grass to grow upon a better whom nibltramont will bo ns Impossible spot of ground where only ono grew U I rose In tho car, tho of Chalons as treaty with n catern of henas or a fore, would doaorvo hotter of manklnl to seo tho battlo-fieltho mounds and breastworks tiU jungle of snakes, Tbeso men who roL and do more oospntlal service to hi a rioter bug, and country, than tbo whole race of pollli visible, though nearly fivo hundred stores and give years ago they woro shoveled up. Hcio prowl ubout Iho wharves at midnight, clan. S If U Attlla, tho hoithon monster, call oil 'y and tnille tho dim In gambling bell . Otio owledgo by icimavtfftiu bimaulf tho "Scourge of Uod for It o and o nimca wti;t piMol or dirk, will punUhmont of Christian," his life a rufrjin lion dUtiirinnvt of tbo public ng, lut UiAbt U u4Hfcry lo djg9 massacieof Nation., camo toJgnotuiol tuc jiut iu ptooiCun at thoy toallzo l"- - onn defeat, anctyie put Into ono grent that tho militia of a city, Instead ot be-pi-le and in tho woodQi sad dl os of his cavalry i Ing an awkward squad and thn spoils of the cltlon amtKlng-- j danger of shooting each other by doms ho had tacked, nnd placed on top mistake, or losing their own life of this bctcsatifit 1h s onion who had J by looking down Into tho gun accompanied blm In bis devastating barrel tosco If It is loaded, or getting nt M'KiriLEY'S DOCTniNF. THE TARIFF DILI. VOTE. Uo Olhrr Ill ('j aj Con Itcpubllcan Trlrrnrformirs Afraid to ? r Western IlppulillrAns. Voto Thrlr Honest Hcntlincnts. bill to reduce tho During tho dobato on the McKInloy roveiMH.by Increaslnir taxation Im bill Mr. Henjamln Hutterworth (Rep.) drawn ty relieve the discontent of the of Cincinnati saldt aro tbo ramrod fast In their loot-lebottho inovltablo result Is I rrfret that tlio members cf tbe ways and prompt as the sunrise, keen as tbe north deepen and embitter tbe roeaas committee hsve taken tip all the limit! I wind, potent as a thunderbolt, and ac-time of the House with sftendtoeats to the exthe people. clusion of which wm necescurato and reguinr, And cJscipIincd in ttsient finds calr an ocea- - sary. Wetbst fren conference to secure a con. have not had time their niovemunU as tbo planotary ays-to- slona resslon In tho House of Hep- - sobaus of opinion errn on this sldt of the House Well done, jhon, I say to Legislaresen l tie Democrats have for tocnablsns to 1'eUUto Intelligently for tha tures and Ooverno"ra and mayors, and all all P purposes beon excluded ceod of the country J rcirrot that to important aMneMureahouldoo-oeemlajclTbff.-sKfhley & ot th fa from as b rul of of a do not bellera nstrna measure of taxation that minority of themajority, lor Ironrenant wan Itepabllcan the ark In the face of Reed's by any hifb. demand of the llepubllcaa party poiiJe ta No adequate discussion r a In tho control and't mjnd, Kanna these drnor-Gonor- McKtn; him after. Bet in the pie. d McClntey's demands. Now 'emKepubllcan frcct his Httterworth did, as Mo tnd.is Henderson did, but teaks, instead of warnlnp I tTpnger ahead, uUtftilne oaregardless o( the here areu, 1 J o half-craz- nt 1 1 Hun-coc- s, The loading Republican newspaper of the Notswo,t, During tho campaign of 188ft it deci- that tho Republican platform meant . revision and a reduction of the tariff. It Insisted that the words used by In the platform were to be taken only In a Pickwickian sense, and that the Interests of the producing classes would bo entirely aafo in toll hands of the Republican party. Things hov' changed" since 1851 Mr. MoKtnljf who wrote tho platform, has Interpreted it by his tariff bill. It is useless for the Tribune to squirm; the bill means exactly what the plat form meant, except that it does not abolish the whisky and tobacco taxes. Otherwise McKInleys bill consists beautifully, lino by line, with McKtn ley's platform; It Is as 'blg as life and twlco as natural." In every lino there is a robbery, and tho two combined, the o platfurm and tho bill, aro an open of public opinion and a denial ot the ordinary rights of property. Our Chicago contemporary Is alarmed at the results of lU own work. It brought Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin to tbe support of tho McKlnley platform, but it denounces in the most bitter terms tho McKlnley MIL The Tribune declares that the now tariff schodule will advanco ten percent, the prico of such necessaries ot life as clothing, leather, tinware, carpets, cutlery, hardware and tools. This advance In price results In taxing tho consumer $.37,350,000, as against a rod notion in sugar of STO, 000, 000. The Tribune should seo that from this sugar reduction we must deduct a bounty of $7,500,000, to bo paid to tho supar planter, and 312,500,000 bonus paid to tho sugar refiner, or SiO, 000,000 in all. We have, therefore, these figures: defl-anc- tt j and who do not care what becomes of thoconsumor or the Republican party so that they get tho plunder such a silnority, so inspired by the freo use ol ths words "treason" and "traitors," by the Vkeue terrors of tho caucus and tho lash ol the party whip, has forced a majority, which bad not the courageoi tin convictions, to betray the Interests of Its own constituents and do the will of the A majority of tho Republican mom bers of the Houso know that the McKln loy bill Is wrong as a whole and In most o of Its parts. They know that Its will be unwelcome to their con stitucnts and will work them grievous harm, and yet they voted for" It They did so In tbo hope that tho Senate will either shelve Stor so amend It as to tako ths wiekedncssoutof ll. They hoped fur ther that If those tactics which succeed ed In the House succeed in the Senate and the bill passes there the President will brain the abortion with bis veto. How much better It would bo for the country and for themselves it these Western members had less hope and more courage. Had thoy tho manhood to voto what they believed the Nation would not have seen for the first time In Its history the spectacle In a tlmo of profound peace, with no impending hostilities! with no heavy war debt pressing down on tbo roronues, with a great surplus in tho treasury, with an overflowing revenue and no need for ad dltlonal money, of Congress passing a bill so increasing tho tariff duties as to make thorn almost prohibitory and to add hundreds of millions a year to tho burdens ot American consumers when they had for years been clamoring for relluf and declaring that the dull already Imposed on them wero too grievHigher prices .V),0uu,0U0 buc-- r duties ous to be borne. This Is what comes of a protection t:s7,wo,a Total This is tbe actual amount of Increased majority allowing Itself to bo bulldozed taxation Imposed by tho bill. Contem- and overawed by a tariff prohibition plating theso flgnres tho Trlbuno ex- minority which is seeking to Impose on tho party a creed which it has never claims indignantly: adopted. Chicago Trlbuno (Rep.). .Vnd there are Republican Western faint-faeabe- tt bull-dozer- s. pas-sagmem-bert- xBTes7sr Chicago Tribune Is tU enorgetlo and unscrupulous, under the control of the Kastern manufacturers, has coerced and dragccnad' disunited, Inert majority, each of whose members wanted the bill to fall and each of whom was afraid to I voto against It. A disciplined minority. 4ebie of tbe bill continues nd tiAfnr tti mo. culntinff to be the sole authorized ex ! pounder of the party creed on the tariff rMng'ttieiv and the farmers t!iijwLBJL Interest in the question, a minority which has behind itmanin :" SlLSjHaajwsLu emsiUT es 1 placed In tha keeping of a.few, This ll true. It Is a case where a minority, active, jr AAUlHS)MMkJki flBpW fiist. 'TlZ. itn ,ta Ti?VWlJ5 I pour-mas- two-edge- d votlnp for thin bill, under the caucus !ah, which w 11 transfer tens of millions from the pockets ottUelr constituents to those of East-cwho already hare all the manufacturer 'protection' they need or wore. How wllltbepo justify thetr betrayal ot Western mfmU-rWektirn interests when they get home among crst nntM whom they hate helped to rob? J They would do wisely to think of that before they vote It they have lost all sense of right and w rong have they aWi lost all political sense' Can not they seo thut by passing this bill they are play Ing directly Into the bands of the Democrats; that the opposition of the latter to the aborat. nable bill Is formal and that they long to bavo it pass In order that this fall they may go before tho ronsumcrs and exultantly eipUln to political oppwrntsf These Western Repub- llcans elected as protectionist should hesitate long lfore they abandon their party creed and become tariff Drolilb!tlonlt," Had tho Tribune boon as fair and ' xrerdj rapacious minority, who are thinking of OTerawed and terrorized by a violent, AMONG OUR EXCHANGES. (ilobo-Democr- at m -- fiank in S when discussing tho McKlnley platform as it is now in discussing the McKin!y bill, the betrayal of Western Interests would not havo K the platform. Ono was dro4i.it tho other Is an actual condition: together they aro "tho riot of tho tipsy tho rromio of rr vv 1.1a 'Pliii I.III Imnlir fulfills. ...' I Hacchanals.1 I.ouisvillo Courier-Journa- l. BLAINE AGAIN Tit ON DECK. MaKiietlr Matrsmati Will Trobnbly Try lit K'if-- llnre Mur 1 Sov-ent- Mr. Maine' statement that If Mr. Chaunccy M. Dopow oan carry New York ho'wi'lbo happy to support him for tho RepublUan Presidential nomiconvince any one nation that ho has rid himself of tho Presidential yearn whh'li has afflicted him for fifteen years. It Is a chronic dlsa9o with him. .'.ten when In 18S3 it had shattered his nerves and reduced him to a state of what threatened to bo permanent hysterica If not Ipsantty, he cherished P until it becamo apparent that ho'wvuU be defeated if he wont The present beforo the convention. hltuatlon Is 'rulated to glv hlro new hopes. His nerves are steadlor, and he Is less hy)trJfml than ho was under the strain of atibltlon and anxiety In lbhH. Harrison is so thoroughly discredited, the Republican party Is so disgusted with rim that bis renominaliuu And the party less inclined than m tho past to take up an unknown man for Its candidate. It gonerally barn ns that the alns of a President uro on slsttoJ on his Cablnet-especia- lly willM-areel- couse-quenr- Ittis-slu- woll-drllle- d uv ho is so much moro popular with Republicans than tho President Is tha (iv' posslblo decrease In popularity is mid to seem an increase by com A shrug of his shoulder, a paiiH'n nnd ef his bead towards tho White lleute, goes as far as all the moro intricate arts of Oily Gammon, Ksp, to con tin his admlrors that It Is only ho can not bavo his way that aro not different. Harrison Is 11,,'s i JefiiHctt John Sherman has no moro man enough strength loft to mako any Ohio candidate Impossible, Mr. Allison has m) declined In popularity that be bsrelv escaped defeat for the innate, and horo Is nobody loft but Denew und both millionaires and pluto-tra- t. Aljei tu nominate either of whom would le to invito defeat In tho Granger WM .'.-.-!. In sm, .Mr. the hiding Lablnct ofllcer-- uut UlaliiPhas managed It so cleverly that Mr lUi rUon bears tho whole odium of aUmlnlstratlon. If tho Secrc- th Y onuiHpupmartt " be-(,i- Tho St. Louis (Rep.) continues to speak of tho mls takes In the McKlnley tariff bill which "will havo to bo corrected." Chairman Quay's committee meeting has been postponed again. It lookti a llttlo ai If ho didn't caro to face tho music Now Haven Register. Speaker Reed Is openly pulling If Speaker Reed for the Presidency. presides over tho National Republican convention ho will nominate himself. Augusta (flu.) Chronicle. Mr. Rynum Is entirely right in ro gardlng a censuro ordered by the Ko publican majority In the present Houso 0r Representatives and administered by Hully Tom Reed as "a decoration of honor." Indianapolis Sentinel. General James A. Hall, a well known campaigner of Maine, says of Hutlerwor.u'p Apeech: "I am half in cllncd to """ opinion that Ren was about . right I fear wo aro as a party ... . , rryi . When Professional Politician Clarkson Kays that "government Is a political, pot a business, machine," be means that ho has dono his best to mako it a partisan machlno modeled on plan. Ho has succeedthe blocks-of-fived protty well so lar. St Louis Republic. A Kansas farmer sold a large meteor which fell In his pasturo for SI, 000 and with the money raised tho mortgago on his farm. Still the Kansas farmer ns a rule Is moro likely to ratso his mortgago by voting off his taxes than by waiting for 1,000 meteors. Chicago Herald. Tho South Dakota Representatives demand an Increased duty on tin to deelop tho Hlack Hill mines. In vlow of the fan that theo properties aro owned by tho English syndicate which operates tho Cornwall tin mines, it would be !ntmfitintr to know how an advance In tbe tin tariff would bennfit at laige. OmabiHeo tho country (Rep.). As to President Harrison, nuhave Hon tbe authority of Wharton Darker and Henry C. tea that he was fully Informed of Quay tainted record before he banded over tho naming of a Cabinet ofllcer (Wanamaker) and tho control of Pennsylvania patronage to tlio corrupt anJ dishonest boss, Tho rresuicni , atfatnst knowledge, and this fact. s0 neU attested, probably accounts for hU dtMro t0 rtl0Over lost ground by un Post joaillnj. Wllrtujl aMHv 'mm ltnniihHn ans in the Houso do not prevent the passage there of the McKtnloy bill, but they aro significant of tho fate In Htoro for Republican McKlnley Um In tho Tho tariff campaign. Congressional question has Won studied in the last two yeara as never before in tho history An intelligent underof the country. standing of the whole subjoct-matto- r means repudiation of tbo sophisms of the protective tariff Chlengo Tlmo. ",,...-- . r.u.r .. o Quav.-Plttsb- urgb - d Mr. Maine has the field opon to It taxes credulity to ask It to e that a man ot his tlxed habit of yearning for tho Presldonoy will roslst .urn a tempUttor- - SU Louis Republic. 1 Mate. n im bo-w- -- If tho sugar trust does not make a handsomo present It w illiihowluolf to be o mast ungrateful Mr MdKlnley uinuiuatlpn. LouUviUe Courlei-Jou- r llpiiiof rtcy's lldal Wore. Disgust with Harrison and bis ad-- I ministration I turning the people to tho Democratic standards In droves all over tho country. The sweep -- g Demo-cratlc victories in Harrison's own State are especially significant. Tho President, who has repudiate! his pledges and his nromise. U in turn repudiated by tho people of Inde.na. who know blm best. Tho people of tho wkolo country, how out, -- ro repudiating HarrUon at tho polls whenever an opportunity permits them to do mi. Tbe Demaeraltt tidal wave whieU Is sweeping wire tho country has become an avalaoli!. and ' t tbo man in tbo Whlw I lotto (N. Syraou what It wiu,. Courier, 'l Ml : .MiAVim!h 'JZttmim AalikriiiM mk- - St r r THEJHCKMAN COURIER, HICKMAN, KV., S Political e SuSiies. MOUIM'OHlt W, I.tt.MIMOOU. n wm t ) u- r - r. r i ) N i r w i M i; i Wood V. Longmoor Is a resiVLXTSi 2k ) l)iairiei8 weiit'tlirouph ; Jl'XKG, 1890. dent of Ciithiaua, and is on Ids X: : : XX FKiD.lV, tho LiInhituro hoforo It adjournsigned by the Gov third term as Clerk of tho Circuit ed aiul was XDoulorw in- ivrlcsntv l f'ttiiMilnlloiiitt Con ci nor. Court of Hanison county. As an trillion. oideuce of his popularity at to announce JOIIX M. Ve nrc uMll'Orlied WINKS mtuas, Tin; Governor Ima ordered ft tiuJi-lat- e IlKUMMAtt, of Colu robua, as Hprciat election in the Sixth difi- home, the fact that ho had no op MHDIOIN'KS, ror the counties of for PeT?rtf AM) tvpionl Huthenior Mitli long, Mratyht let on dune 21, to Hit tho uftui- - position In his last two races may Hfekmn and Kiillim t lb rnnshlu eirs tU'VTION'KKY, II o was born in Keutuu THIS SOLID SOUTH TAYS 1T3 mill. huir vi wU dliehhul hi" liulwliuuI txiwniig Ifonal (nvnutlan. Election iii.Auguat cy canned Hy Mr. Curlitilo's F0 ho cited. conl, buA li I Q U O It 8, liii iunk- - ii hw allow U1U TO THK JIKMOItV OV HUN motion and resignation. county in 1810. Although neatly nniilmit. iiauktoii luuitulouut wid mo I V Jl ikji:. I OK i OX KX1IOT AUNOL1) LBR. sliirt navrhHiiv A gorgmmi tlio frdl VOll fifty years old, ho looks less than We nre authorized to announce Mr N hlXDKIKS, Thu transfer of tho bendqoar-ter- forty. His education was receiv Traitors Aro Marchlnp hi lUni.. luluiiHdltiAltowom, iuuI frum uliot cmbrna ilcllaut enlUr ho HAMMOND ft candidate for Judge of tiro of hiivnr-hkof the Democratic StnteCen MKMIOAL lnond Tho Orator of tho Day PAINTS, Klcciiou In trait glaurtis Ho lowed "tiitiy to tho Ooncral, Court the Knlton Count Committee from Loxington to ed In tho schools of Kenton counMakes a Blasphemous who, lunldiug cnrvh'wly, wt down )ii a AuguiL OILS, USE. Louisville, meets with genera! "P ty and Covington. When lie had hU limp. Soou ho Speech and Compares Bt'p niul ioutv1 IihiLihI up And wid: proval from tho State pros. barely attained his malorltv ho Wf are authorised to announce J. X Leo to God I PltlSSORIPTIONS SPECIALTY. a a candidate for Judre of Ibe MHvo tou wvu auy of Leo stamp enlisted as n private In Cant. A. ttvdxy." Fulton Conuiy t'otid. Election nest Madiera's company of tho Socond SCRNK THAT AIJj AMIHUCANd alot h n "Hir, n I can truly oy Ihftt Tin: State Convention lnBtcek August r I! Kentucky Regiment, O. S. A. Vol BIIOULU DLVSH FOIL ordered u complete lion iim Uh n by mo, I ill y ho, but, We sr authorized to announce J0SII1W lion of all County Qpiiunlttrf- by unteers, of which General Roger I It A noon nny, I should fcvl it ny if XAYLOIt an a candidate for reflection the primary election plan, Tho Hanson was Colonel. Mnnv of Treasonable Speeches and Rebel duty to rohiM lo nply tt3oiiripioetion. to the office of Count Judge. Election time for holding tho oloctioi has his friends were In General John xeiis ana bongs Riohmond is 1 cm net pMTu iiiiy itifprinntiotiwliu'li 'For Hor Vytt, In August. & miuht work to the dtwuhftntngeof Overcrowded with Man and Morgan's cavalry, and Mr. Long not yet been named COWQILL'S EYE SALVE. Women to Pay Honour to the moor, nltor serving through tho county cm:uk. roil ) ho Ornernl, with ft httlo wlilatio of Man who would Havo DeNeuralgia and Uhvunulm, Mn. ISlainb is sot dowm Tor (lrt,t part of the war, In Hanson's pufleii nmy At Jus cigar, ium ecrFor B.rpn-Vo re authorised to announce W. l DKALKKS IX stroyed the Union. Depew in 1801! by those vrtioutght command, secured his transfer to COWGILL'S WEASEL OIL. coatiuiuxl to atiiily laa man. In n few TAYLOlt an a cmiiJiJaIo for reflection nuuuti ho hkoil up unam and tukod: County Court Clerk. to know. Perhaps Proeideo Har- that of Gen. Morgan's noted "Ad to tbe otbee of d- - For Pile. How fur U it to lluftilo Rit-rrison may deem it worthlldtwtnle vanco uuartls." commanded bv Tho Rebel Flag Seen Everywhere Medion u August tail. PkiiUr-,,S- ir, uiui Uucereu on all Sides. I ilim't know." Capt. J. Lawrence Smith, and bo- COWGILL'S PXLBMNME2NT. to look into thifl. Thcrfuist be 'Wo doil you dou't. IIow Shcriilin Full HUi:iUKK. came conspicuous for his coolness! no mutiny aboard ship. It would be as absurd to roseat louff lino J on IiuhI here?" VYe 9T For Tetter nnd lllnftworm, and courage. In tho last tic lit such symptoms re authorised to Announce T. H. of dUcaso as it 1'liuitor "All wy life." air, JOHNSON as a candidate far rejec COWGILL'S TETIER OINTMENT, made by Morgan at Cynthlana, in would bo Bii)' if tirn SheniUn "Very well, to argue with the afflicttion to the office of Sheriff of Fulton llirht In lint lAiiHimi rlTl,F ftllO tbe summer of 18GI, Mr. Long crntlov knon ed person that he ought to rctfea you did charco ofCnptnin, put Uiia vr:. . &".;. : ,r:r v:r w" couotr. Election In August M"alt hlia KT For Worina, a guard, and moor iiuu ills titliru bono cruHhml :aau in lo butiity. to lluflido rtlvt-- loahowlt to him." Cowgill'a Ploasant Worn Syrup down has been nsAW (orrfifMorni- - by a nilniiio ball. His leg was T75T ron jwlkk. Tho Virginian of the old ncliooleujoyeil vrun lis son 111 amputated, but it seemed that lie TTfcrpMififf 1tra4MorrU!a, Mftltum in4 rtn romltnr alrmlr r6ufM rriM3. V? intra AXOTIIl.lt III.OW AT IT. W are nthorfzl to announce Mr. GEO tho iloAimro of tramping throngh nvo SATISFACTION aUAHASrARD Oil erty full U iiruof Chnlr, Rookora, Toblov, DurortllH, VAHhaionda, ei'ark business. would die. The surgeons said CAIWESTRK as a candidate for re tbe c.dcs i t mud to look at the river rith o ttu wnmuuiw.i WnrdrObea. Ohnmbor oott, friuttronaov, bptuiKi, there was one chance to save Ids Senator Harris, of Tennessee, whieh w was iH'rfoctljr fauulur. election to iha nffic of Jailer of Fulton HH0. iot4V illTt Ut ft Iriftl MhI 14 prlcn to is reported that tho Renub life, and that was to unsocket tho has been hcaid from iu count Klectlon In August. For Sac by the I'ropHelon, &iau4rioron Unriortdknra' Goods iia aiiMsst iu cuarfunoa ia ttu regard to xrY4 can National Comuiittee, ut n re limb. Mr. Longmoor told them to ufrt Iin f WmhUu a MolAl.ic lUrl t'J4. lYhta Trousers Tere First Tonu i'Oll ANSF.SSOK. achemo. As cent secret session, decided that pei form the operation, and not- tho COWGILL & COWGILL, FU- - t uj Job Uoxk HtJOJutj. We are authorized lo announce CHC T. it Is advisable to have a Federal withstanding tho terrible ordeal might have been expected, ho atI ll-H h generidly Lnonn to ru ralddle- It3t A CI HTH, NICHOLS at a candidate tai lAe office election law passed during tho he survived and Is tho pic- tacks tho measure, both on ac- fteu men, by " traultlon," mat Dree enn Hickman, : : : Kentucky. f Count Aueseor, at tfas euiulng present sepon of Cougrces. ture of health. count of its unconstitutionality bran to clre place lo IruUMrra during August tlectlon. There is a remarkable eoinci. and unndvisabilitv. Ho showed but it b r.ot g.ner.Ay known th W are authorised to announce E. C C H LunrzzLGRs should remember denco of romance in his life and BAKERY ! BAKERY ! TEK m a candid! for (Iis oflicw of when they run away that Canada that of Congressman Stone, of the 'that oven if the bill wns constitu Aiseifor of Kuttoa couuly, at the en is no longer a refuge. An Ohio First Kentucky district. Roth tional, which ho deLled, Its exe exquUitea in the latter Tears of the last HIdk bonphtoul It M Melkonj'a Chy " It will be oWrred," mji a suing August election. lUkrry anJ (lnccrj, will W plrMnl publio otticial took the old trait wero wounded nt the same en- cutlou would result lu increasing eentury.in "Arlins' Pocket Magazine of tho burdens under which the farm writer to ice all Mi old frlemU ami We are authorized to announce J. O A with a paltry thousand dollars the gagement at Cynthiana, each los- ing Clastic and Tolite Litorature," new classes aro laboring, and that teriea, Tolume 3, 1825, "from the fol- COOPER at a candidate for re election other day, and already under tho ing a leg; both won tho love Qf JNO. W. MORRIS &. SON, Prop's. CuUi'N, vo. lo tb office of Tax Anceeor of Fulton new extradition treaty he is to bo the fair maidens of Cynthiana who the expected benefits wero purely loimrdracriutionot a dandy, published on 1 Iitml ! AIm eounty. in 1791, that trouew ncre then in called back. so tenderly nursed them, and visionary. MANt'U VCTtltluUH OH' rPelirrry Urtai Wagon III vlilt theso samo maidens became their on In a well considered editorial faahlon, and were comidered aa a ridicu- you rery day. ACltOOJU 5UlsrHl.TK?fDICXT lous article of dreu: 'AdTertltoment tho subject tho Courier-Journa- l GEO KOERNER. juISlf TuR Republicans aro working wives. Mr. Longmoor is a man of LocL lot Saturday says: "Our taxes being upon Kitraordiuaryl We are autfaorlsed lo announce JAS II me manners' Ainanco lor all it Is fine presence, and his canvass, consumption, night, auppoerd in the lobby of the new 8AUNUKUS a a candidate for tho customers must worth in DemocrKtic States, but though qulot, was a most formida- pay. Such being the situation theater, an overgrown inbaby, who arrlred It will only make the Democratic ble oue, as the result showed. 10 AT,. town from the bat two daya ago of Cotntuou Schooli tendent tho farmers make n mistake u country. He had on vote larger than ever. Somo of asking tho government to make coat, lth cape hanging carclcwly orer JIOM.M' Ar LKAT. Ajcnta for Morris Machine Works Engines and Dollcra. MANY exConfodorato soldiers the farmers can bo fooled some of hj hU shoulder; a pair of his father's the time, but yon cau't fool all of Tho latest triumph of civil ser- their business prosperous fought to tho finish for tho gallant thorn all tho time. schemes ostensibly for their ben breeches, which reach down to hit Auf I H mmInj !Cr JHtul KINGMANa" BOMAR vice reform is to be found iu tho ellt. Apart from tho stuplus ii ankle, and an old pair of hla grand and brilliant Adams, whilst some mamma's spectacles, which he conrerted Ktep uon bul tbe fact that 43,000 capable tho treasury, s brt of Hist, at reason . Federal fought Oun expenses on tho war no thy Republicans went to and wor- government now vanishing, the Into an He had on hla work for U oj liuKgi, isprlit s)t . tJi. aolt price has no money. What LI. count this year will be souio $10. the Government Monday as cento victory for tho gallant nnd ever u gives away. 000,000 In excess of tho cost of sus enumerators. Longmoor. This is as it by Uses on cousumr ..ion. ABthe'taw poll. UugL . gfe.t or the ceix.iuAihj u.nl the (iennati standing army, and most numerous clas of consum iwear a few fMhlonnble oaths, but do e,su.,p,j ,,,- - , should be. Krfl riuMf ,0 ,ke m tins connection it is ns true as ers, tho farmers must supply the not know how to write his name. An caunir ivltco you wsola(OoJ, sllub nn-.t,,(,r' th?.tl,e Iio GOV. UMKSW. awera to the name of Muter Jackey. rig glf n ft call. TnE FirHt District neWtoH.!1!1 creator nart of thin sum. Ahlp f. Uw If wl Ik nro oonired to eunnort As he had only sixpence a week Cor. Jackson anJ Kcatuck 8li representing that portion of Ken thoeo who do not. Judgo LindsaJs recent race for bounties, diiect or indirect, which1 it ia feared ho is dcU.ntd In may bo loied for their benefit, some tucky that produced moro rebels KKXTUCKY E for hU reckoulng, if so. HICKMAy, the United Statoa Senate against Gov. Bucknek, in his final Mr. Carlisle, is a testimony of tho must be paid largely by tbcmsel all deroanda snail be cheerfully paid If and Confederate soldiers thuu all coy relate ves. They will lake money out of he ia reatorcd tu his til? to the Legislature, called high esteem in tho rest of tho State, voted which he is held one pocket into another, while the parents.' " Iturleque advertlvmcoU, u tt tV"11 auch aa the foregoing, were not uncomly solid for Adams, (lie Federal which icarelul estimate of Auditor throughout the State, and already drain will go is now impoverishing mon In old magazines. on unchecked. Boidler, after the homo man, Poore,tth0 tax reduction bill that had Lis liauio is being mentioned iu them CO tn Tub old saying abont n slick was dropped. Not that thoy loved t been passed over his head would connection with tho gubernatorial CO MlQ.Vl.MMOl's MfUir. imer, inni "no would steal any race. when Governor Buckner'n sult in a deficiency in tho State Longmoor less, but because they tiling but a not biovo." mav as . timo is out. He is recocufeed aewiorK'irmuno: JheTribuue well bo laid on tliA ahftir Ainr.An' wanted to honor a w callaut Federal WITH llilll JW l8t 18yl nf frnm u uv i in mi t nitti i miir m.. iiiiiii ui nukiL'iiiH ...,... inirir viiiiui inn iiuuk tiu .1 ., It.imitinrn nurrrn lii iii v "" mwv"v t ftrtlflfitr.nnmnnr-' tuu i " .'TIT.. unannnni car-uviuivt viuvviiiii iubuihi power, nua uis many s ten- - fetid tho Honth wlmn it U nninRtw1 "?t ' Z , .r.",T." - . fire COL. W. II. Yost, of Mnhhm. LntqiZVZ"nd igl r opinion it ImV l,,lolli nMa,,ort n Vnnilnff nil Wit and A ciiiXsut always brings sur nerg "V UCKU I" tUHIIl'UUUII 1111 IUU tUICMItfll ama out. for nvfllAtitltr nnt vv,,v prises, but it is eafo to say tho one tiou for "''Ml iIHllii: i IIU UlUfUBI" ;.,, iniiKo inni ii. vnrv rnnn ihiA . a...."'i nuuri t...i:; i win .i..- .. r OlIULllUI n." tlUUUU IIU INUIl ... 4, thn "- -..V - W,WI""J " UUVHIIIIIlf- lliu JjCU . Uionu' r.. nmnL-- frnm " !. kuu as ho d .,! unr. It r me now being taken will bring more having icuuoutii u iiiiuuruy oi at . ',,.,. III. IllB rflCO R..lOllId lift nn- - iuuut juoicruuv in 'm..i ...i..t i. juuumoiiu. . Ximi va kA,l ntrnr w Mi H In Ma arms, 7' ...... .. ... ulo o mi IIU DiTnCtf ' 1.I- .... !... nf flinin Hum mir ntlmr .rnr fltl VOtCS U LIIU .ii.u.t :..14 Will ... I ujuuu iu ou cr h. m mm i- ,ftw. i i. IJUUIJ1U UIr Lilt: riUUL Hlinillll ntlr,tt.l nA..: IIISLIICL.IL """"IHD to hold tho oouvea THK COLO it mm: IX T1IK o. a. n. doligut to honor the memory ofurtilni? entoriirlsn. nml mnAnil There havo been some astonishing Hn.!10! h Louisville and Memphis, that great and popular Executive Oominitteo dcrnecdL.!i cnnnir. growths iu population in out-owill doubtioss declare him tho The color line is causing trouble not, anil doeB not, rctioct on their Willi places all over the coun- nominee aud eud tho matter. OIT08ITK Aron the .. in tho Louisville nosts Ol llltt lnvnltV III tllA fillrrlttatit ,1aaa ....- - ... MW ..m... ..n.v . try iu the past teu years, and tho Grand Armr of thn RflmiliTin. An. is truo that numerous Confederate fclu Hiiore, aim nuont ten miles Pullman Buffet Sleopiug Cars, Great West especially has been ao Ap To WE hopo that tho new constita- - a result tho nosts have rofiisftd tn.ilngs vvero- flung to tho breeze In l,u'n"f I a?cil tho. owner of a - . Dealer In . . .. Jlfil, II Inn n filling up. There will bo somo i out fill 1h, 1 lit on '" l,K .r r 1.. lion win provide for fewer ses- - mute n IJecorat on IXiv mrvinifl.iiuo (mnndam uonledorato canllal:' ::iW.,H.,UI" ,I.I.I. Ul n aier, saan IOMliiVllIn, comparisons to make rnn I'rnao 1111.11, ntui irntu aiul VV IVniJ IIUU HCtlk iloiiui VlitliNburu, 'lu sions of tho Legislature anil short-- The trouble grew out of those-o- r mill tntrn wnrn n rrrnnt XliailVI iiim iii ii ""v East and West iu a few DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND Vo' OrltuuiH, terms when it does meet. One. lection of a department command-sessio- things said about the lost cause,!1,?,1",0 we wllh an to get it. He MX2M1M11H. days, and tho South will' come in overy four years ought to er. Capt. Winter, of Louisville, tho good taste of which might beIldMt i'avo to go down over unfor Its share in tho showing. bo enough to transact tho needed was elected nt the oncimnmntit n questioned. Cut there was nol1?011 fcct' ,uuI l,lore waa wntPr l0 THE QUICS AND 1IICK.1IAN. KV, general legislation, and the other few weeks ago by a majority of hint of disloyalty to tho Unlosif J"0 "eptls or flvo feet in tho hole, Tun late Louisville Appellate matters ought to be To a an ritoH from tho beginning to tho attended to six of II was "either stoned up, nor was CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. Clerk's Convention was, all Ad- in the courts nt tho expense of the he votes, audit is charged that tho celebration, and we aroend riilladdphU, lUllfmora, Wh snre,l,cro n curb round it, and as Naw York, Norfolk, OM point Comfort, PRESCRIPTIONS p;ot his election by making Uftlon, mit, a tumultuous, noisy, bedlam 1'iuij winning ui0 sauie. jiiaieauipieugeH to me colored troons. there was no thought of dislovaltv mero were several cuiiureii arounu Ulchmoml, Huff to. CleTtUrul, To V rnt. n UcrniMAK, Vttt, K. U At xtAUDtn. CatMr. C IUl-kaffair, ami in this regard not to bo of that of the people. UJo, Chloifo, InJianftitolif, hite roternns havo become so in tho hearts of those who took nnd tho well was uear tho door, I aaid. CInclanail, stirred up over the matter that a part in it. commended. Having only good I should think yon would havo IMMlrru ui Xur4litrM PnfNt Tub Hickman Courier favors movement ia now on foot to force MXIERK XII C UAIX XEVEIl ClZXHrJi. ft curb around material beforo it, however, it this well7 ANU tho negroes into posts of their eould not help making a goo,. "What fnrt" lie asked. Memphlx, Vtekibur;, Iliton Hotiga, Nrw own. Mr. D. R. Turkman tells of a MoMUt UttU lUck. Hot nominee. Mr. Longmoor, the esteemed exchange, tho Courier, curious phenomenon In Chatta of "DonU the ohildrcu run a risk Orlraut, anJ pointi la Weit Ten- hprlufi falling In!" a wEMiRiix ni;oir. nominee, has had 12 years training 'and favor the name of Lindsay fcoocho county-- a place whore rain Arknf, Milinif, IouUUti, od I reckon." Ittlppt, for tho duties of the position for for Governor, not because he Is a Tho falls Republican papers of tho on a perpetually. in Tho spot Is "Aud wouldn't a curb lessou the tii o sourn eru Kentucky man, but hoi;tii f little knoll n thin wood which he is nominated, is a man Kast and North, which are trying on thoShipp place, two miles from chances)" ..ereona, pop...,!,,, tu.- great Tba line Ii thorougbl "It moupht, in to force the Farmers' Alliance Thud. Mr. Parkman says tho dis- - heap of lumber but t'would tnko a ArleUM condition, anJ eqalpptl aod ex provldfi n and timo. I've got cured and well qualified, and Doing regularly organized and ready for bualnffea, we re poctfUHy aolkll with almost ns innch credit, una IIIUUU lllft lllUrSUMV. . as an entering wodgo in the cetlont arrangement Iu Ihne and llirotijh i...a .i l.... ma do fur depositors free of charge. liUOK tho rmtrauago cf all. All collodion I nwl !h.. Ml.. l. r.lll.r " V,vol"" "M t i. l llilll." as uas max grand old man, uov- - solidly l'KATUIli: U ermiiiycuuceiicuioueaiuorougn nj Democratic South, had Hopontcltoa polo stuck on om. A icurJ by tLotbv lime Ilii.ir AtirnyMt tmpr running thruo or four montha dlecouutod at the rate of Limits,! gentleman. Therefore, ho shoald ornor liuckner. Falton Graphic. n l" wo. "" i.no i xvas Trains. Oulr a nlsefal riJe between per out. per annum. better turn westward and look i;.,v :vonr" have a rousing Democratic ma" anJ .." i " !.V v " after their own party. Tho South. j.iiif4 HiKiiTn ih .nnriiiii yttaii oiwi Irving TO mnKO OUt What ilwat for loulst eanJ Memrhlt. and lh CommeRkcently tbe Cincinnati quick fit eorvice between tbe lo cities uo nam: jority. a.1 DIK-ECTOHSrcial-Gazette, : full probably for tho cm fanner will., bo truo to. Deinoc tlio leaves on tho ground aro "", uqi,nf. - uui iu uiiiiiu out on eter oflere I iri. ... . . ii.niui -nrtmln. At I"l tinrrWifJA nf Ulnct rotlno fit itmo. racj, i For ri'p". His? tsblc: zzi all R. M, ALEXANDER. O. SALTZEH. SUCHAHAN. uecaazc inc closer no inves-- i aa us when thoy tutubln in, and it beats deslrcvl Inforinatlon apple to CoNVEimoNb ure necessary . )erily of tho CoDMtry"ullter tlf0 tigates tho stronger will bo the!ivisueuino place with Mr. O. A a curb alt holler." J. W. ALEXANDER. J. W. COWGILL. W. C. TifirtV ftvllft. ntll tAnrlir tnninlilAii , ..., JVIII WIMUl MIT IlKUNKIt, Aie'I, ...w, ..,, rf IL JJ. BUBVAIID. hlh tariff, published a list or ton conviction that it is the only nvo- - MoUryed at noouTuosda. There N.C A Si U H. K, HkLuiaA. Kr. men see and admit this fuct. For or iifteeu was not a cloud to bo seen In the! monopolists whoso Or W. P. MURKBI.L, AReoc, many years tbe Hickman Co caisn wenlth wggregteU hundre of nue to the redress of his grievan sky, and tho leaves ovorvwhere,! la one which i iunrnutted to brinr tou X X k M V. Co . Hltri. Tcnn. In taeeof Mlurea Or J. MMIKLAN, Arenl, millions oL dollars and stxtyfivo cub. me uesiern larmer is leav- except on tho square, wore as tlryi,,-ractor- J fu,Kr has lamented that such was the of On thi ing the Republican party, because as tinder. "I fe epnee1'?1" . ft M V Co, I' a 4 im It JunctUm with Costliest Picture in tho World, troth, aud urged primary elections who wero worth from 81,000,000 tho more he sees of it tho surer between mo stood the the "until V"" J:." V" Or W If, PIIOUTV, Gau'l iUte. A'gi, to $,'3,000,000 each. If tho W Ten r1 and . sun" . wme i ir. rwiDKd new in i the more eatiafactory mode of 'ikhi Iuleellle, Kr.' becomes bis conviction that it is j. xaiiszisaii, -- ana saw ralUUrops w.very Tor Consumption. It la Riuranleed wuultl oupple party organization. Jlat primary ment thUIfBt with the name of the cause of his burdens. COIUlUg Steadily down from the l hrimr nrliefin caw, when liwsl for nAJtI3 0711X3 "j 'I'yMm'tjftvm . '"U" Turn to Nebraska, for instance. sky, 1 hold out my handkerchief aD auction of eeerj Throat, Lung or Chf-tleojUviW areoumberflome, tedioub tho farmorswho Imve amassed Krrarrs - - Z.ZZZ7T3Z?' si 'av'.l miwwi At this moment the Republican and it was soon rutturatel with !uch IjiIUmmailon of ILILNOIS Coneiimiiilon, wealth In the caltfvatiou of and attended with somo pocuniary C.nW .AiUmt.wiiooi.in, the soil It would bo instructive as party in Nebraska treads closo water." Mr. Parkman tarn that Cou'h. o"roDcnetc., ct3 ll U pleasant and cost, and subject to frauds of dif- well Crouji, T' on tho perilous edjjo of disaster." everybody who hears about tho as interesting. CENTRAL agreeable to tntet perfectly fe, and can ferent kinds, and peihapa equally TIMS Id Hi ie warn m u ctvon hv thn nheimmnnnn la i. in.t be ulwavs depended upon. Kearney (.ob.) Enterprise. (Rep.) the many who havo visited the 10c. at 0. A. Ilolcombe'u Dru Trlat bottles as gieat an objection the Store DemocuAoy is aggressive. The RAILROAD ! of voters. Pure con auuuue or tho national orgauiza U goes onto explain: "In 1883 place iu the last few days havo o one ventions or puro piimary elections tion is uuique. Never since tho Nebraska cast 108,125 Republican gone nwnv convinced. IIALJiTho Popular and Profaned Eouto. votes. Of these it is mifo to offered nu oxphmation of una aro absolutely necessary to puro days of Henry Glns leadership upon careful analysis of tho say,, tho yet fig-In lime and . mysterious mllea abort- ' Mr Ihli celebrated atalllon wilt make the Quicker tbau uny 8nffrago and a puro form of gov- ,ui wiu wuigs mis a imrtv. not in urea, that 81,000 wero cast by Parkman suggests that some er elher Ibrouch car now soriof 18'0at Ibe Mableof M D. (Mat) control of national administration, tiou between Cayse Hlation, Kiillou coun ernment. Therefore, the ouiy uinuiiusioii mo nitron d cnurapo larmero. ivnu oi tuese ai,uuo Re erful substance attracts tho mols Johnson, neerfJQ to Inetire foal, payable ijr, Ky.t nt HICKMAN, KY ml 4- is for tho State to legalize which democracy now displays, publican farmers, a painstaking turo from tho atmosphere. wben ibe mi re provee lo bo iu foil, ctijiig. Telegraph. nor has a dominant party been estimate, based upon an investitho primary eloctions held by poei owners or Ie moved from tbe neighbor NEWORLEANS, LA, gation by letter and personal inhood; or $15 bj tbe wbea litical parties. Political parties thrown so completely on tho de- terviews, convinces ns that 50,000 Gorinixon ISuckxkii has never eervlca Ie remlerel. eoison, pld maree SpttnJtd Equipment? I'aiture for fensive while iu govern this country, aud there Is as has becu tho nominal power, are become reconciled to the passage from a dletancu at $2 a month. Care will active Atnyntfetnt Coaehat republican. Tho Farmers1 Alliance."members of tho of tho tax no escape from tho fact; and tlie&o spirit which vlutorniul anquish-oreduction bill over his be taken to nreient coIdeul, but will not J'altmiin llujftt Sltfper$ t be reioiMlule nbouM any occur. Cult veto. This is from his last rues Trtitnt Altcayi on Ttmi ' ordinarily evince toward eacli political parlies are compelled t6 ,, and ee (hla horse beforo breeding else .... ...11 . rirtian uumru Stanley has douo manful ser. rufcu liA IV. uujuuiumuiu: "I navo whero. other has been reversed; the formhavo party nominees, and, to havo THROUGH vice in opening inowiKis oi Ainca requested tho Auditor of Public DmrHiHloii nnl lillirrrp: iiominoes. must resort to conven- er is timid, tho latter deflaut. iu UIVIM4.UIUU, uiuugii. as in owicr Accounts to make as closo an en UAL was foaled In 1882 PULLMAN COLUMnU r BUFFET r SLEEr ERS campaigns of conquest, tho rights iimiuu uo pussiuio tions or some other plan or methIUIJ.PJJ, fait. In this Congress the Republi- of tho original occupants of tho mid oxpondlturea oi mo incouio by Torn Hal, eire of Hrown baroei-- : Little to hIhUIoii record In of thu genoiul tit od. Good people become disgust cans have been turning oat Dein soil have bcou ruthlesnly tramp- exponditnro fund, based on tho llrown Jug, 'J:ll( 2Ut 2.12J, Nil-- u Gil at this or that convention, but ocrats xegnrdless in lurncas, Hal I'olnter, 2.1J, of tho tremen- led upon and those who resisted rate of fifteen cents, to which it tbreobeale all whero is tho remedy! If you fail dous majorities recidviwi m.nr his progress have been shot has boon reduced, and taking iMo with leix byUan two le.Hotii' training. FromLINK, potnla, thence vieIt.the SHOUT Illinois Central flcn, It., to Klnt dim t old Heckles, to organize iu somo way, nine havo been paying no attention or otherwise oxecuted, as the consideration tho existing appro, lire of Sip, 2.21 llitrdin dam by Urown New Orleans, La , and Second Pit! ,,.. vAhin.. onrnHAn(fui ahnvn. tha fullRlzeor tbeortinnal. ti wnich tnA whatever to tho evidence, but in occasion soonied to demand for priatlons, tho exponso ....i i. Jacksonville, Fla. Tllot, one of tbe faiteel pacing Mtalllous chances to one your party will bo of tlio tb been eraplosed to maiBatoaro and artleiio amuty havo to to aont w ft frtoreiiroduflo all Uiv twautlea of auU- tnuu iiimii partisan premium to every annual ids own safety or convonleuce. n&lntlnir ti&t Leon prepiroa apccially Convention and all tlio of bis day. Hal Ia a defeated. It la hard, sometimes, cieaso their uiAioikv nn DON'T MISTAKE TIIK AOUTH TO Columbia beautiful roan, IA scilber or tho weekly edition of seems to havo gouo into Af- reductions of expenses authoiizod whon lionest men bclioo aud 'through their outrageous political lie high, AU.II OKN1A, FMMtllM rica as a froo lance, siding with up to this date. According to this bandsIdeal of ami la to thts critic! obmjrvcr n race homt, the Detler pacing know, perhaps, that unfair moth- - "jeiwmes, such as the proposed one native chief against another, estimate thoro will bo a and Ti:XAW dolicit in blood neeer courted In the veins of a ods havo controlled tho result of ?,eol'oll,uwtlieymreuliouiio. and claiming tho territory remain- the Treasury on July 1, 1890, of borae. He U a model In form, atylUh In Aoopyof thlaotchlnn on flnoplata paper, 24aCfllncboi In atie.wlllba aent frMV 8eo tbat your Tickets read over the Illh poatago prepaid, to ovory annual mbacrlbor after Novombor 1, 1W9. ing in tlio hands of tho victors ns abont 20,00(). This dolicit can h action, moves amootbly In harnvna or tin a convention, to submit; but It.- ? ' noli Central Kallrotd. mild In tho property of the Congo Free tldod over by taxes paid soon af. der sad He,ordrlveu temperament, and can variably It Anally resolves itself that those members, who ASK AGCNTH FOR IT. imve Stato or of England. And now ier that date by tho banks. Hut be riddentraining be by a lady wub eafely. oan show a 2:10 Rtlt Without Into a submission to the wrong'tfono, and those who are ft,,A Kngland aud Germany nro wrung Tho Wookly Ropubllc, with Premium Plcturo, SI a Yorv. aftorfull allowancohas been made on the road Mr Oeere, the celebrated ,0 Tor further Information, apP TPf (' i V P (1 It li n II It I tx.t i Jnln.. T .... llal lir Bample copy and premium sheet sent free to any adUreas. Usual cotamtaatou allowed ""ijoriUcs, ; I fug uv.uko vi juui puuuuiu iricnus, m, " , territorial for a probable iuureaso in tho vuh horftetratner, wbo broke blm lo hirneaii, oi:o. their about l"m,"""vu poatuastors and otaer autaorUed ageota. Addreui wvujn, nun is uie ( flereiiRA i.u la one of oi Totn'e bot colts. er tho wrong doings of your po- Republican laya be "rights" In East Africa, Civiliza- no of property, there will ITiitnger Agent, rule and DeinociitTi! tion on the march ts powerful licit In tho treasury on be a doA. J. KKAPr, July 1st, litical cueiniefe. B. ruler Ass't Oen. Paiecafer Agent, 18'JI, of from $110,000 to 5150,000 aud peculiar. BT. LOUIS, MO. lilMf MeupUU, Tcnn. t Tun bill to elmnpo the T fthnrt Nkplrli nf llif Mmii Clitmrn lirmorrHvy ' n Hlniulitnl Ilnrcr. il rr - ttAii ti:.MM. Dill. MtcrMun and tho I'lanttft The Now York Mail and Rtnrr Durin tho pursuit of Loo' army from , ..... . .. .. . dmrg to Apiiiunttiix, fliMUTid VhlL .i. , uutuiu i.eauoi us cilltoilal. Bhondaii commamM tho udvanca of minimis tho text, "But thanks be nrniitminm. At dawn, April 7th, til Hidoof tho to God Whoglrothus tho vlctorv tho nlnN Aurcon tho iMrU troops elovj . .. AppoiMHtti", Willi tho Uimm r t "iiuui uui uuiu uusus uurisL"lat tuir liivla. "liillie l'lm , omt m and with that text for tho dnv it tb 'nait, atpiictl at a farm liotwo uuijr Afntinil. illMnnilllttHl. tlLXl lllS applied it thus: horai iuuI nUrUxl up tho ftlk. TRKASON GLORIFIED! Uin tho piazza Kftt r mtttaio-ngi-i What to Buy? aMjwMaMi R In SWATNH D St Q: at !S W s 00 J d l.x . 1 ! a o OUT-TE- or FURNITURE. FURNITURE. .. STEPHENS TYLER, , I ' Furniture and Underiaker sOoods, o r I r ji nnrtif pcuu r ! 1 sub-treasur- V to-da- j , ' 1 Mm east lpg inaiocvisr H!!! byraarravi 1 jlHlTi5 I llr-nil- v . iih light-colore- d ! STABLE. Livery and Feed FINE BUGGY SPOKES ANJ) COIIX :rVl nl U1 soldier-Dcinocmt- opera-cla- -- V. -- .1 U- -. 1 t- GIobo-Demo-cra- t. dI; 'fi':, w - - 9 1Pq ffiln'W. HERTWEGK, BALTZER & GO., rAC-rxiu.- pocket-senc- y, oake-ftho- n near-iweB8aK- o f -- v i 1 . ....!i ,. -- ...., ....... v . a HIOKMAIf WAGON, mcjcNr --- idVcn n , I ..,' .' i w. ki:tit('JvY. -' ..i ."":. 1 1 THEOLD EELIABLB. f tho-wa- ' ,. .'... 1 OHAS. A. - , be-two- 1 ft .! 1 DYE-STUFF- S, n ll'Mlll k, IuItI foV'rln HICKMAN BANK? iiia:KMA3sr, Ti, icy. unl-'ofllc- e EXid -- he-o- oXTffi a.i ir. for-war- d i Z;T5 ;..; . "n ,:t I Ja ,.. u, I9."""." ... t ht r- iamn lfit JOHN-ION- , i- ni. r!"lHe. .. .. - nn-tol- d t, S." e I "COLUMBIA rain-fall- ixty-on- e n LMa-co- u 4 to-da- y d Memphis, Tonn,, a :.;".. l!,:"! I -f ta I THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. ...t . M. PEERY. THE REPUBLIC, - 1 I - MSfcaJT linaiWflMBBBBlBBBBBflBBMLEB ,. StoWTH am,- - I 1,1 II 'I I'll II III' ill JNSUHANOE! MBwaKUM "TllO brtck-lllVor- InenceJ work on iU nw CsthoIU t'Jmrfi,' !!r i" b,iUllful lo 'a will be Lu,,, the linvn rnm PROOUAMMB ?- - The nret annual cloelnx firrdifn of I'nblle Hchool, houned for Ul MomUj nlRhl, wtr hoi . Hickman College will h held on June 8th, pqne4 until MoJaj ulKhl uttt. l2lh and llltb, A cordial Intltallon It1 eilpndtid lo all lo bo preienl Tha annual Soda Water at Bwnyuc & Uos( aertnoti will he prpaohfdby He? Wellborn Mnoney, at Ihe M K. Church at 7 15 p in., W right, chief engineer of Sunday etentnK June 8th. All younjr he Mo,, renn. k (la roa.l, .ml ei.fiir lop1e eapeelatly are Invited to attend Holmtf, were entaKel WednnJay Thurrlij rtoootiollerlnn ihe levre Mfi tble service. exerclaea of Ihe Muato Oe )nv The clotlni Mow Hickman, ai a armouncej, w,th will he held at City Halt, Thine-tla- y the expeetalloii of cotutneooinc renutar parttnent etenlng, June 12, at 8 ji m, work next week. Ihe closing eicrclees or tbe Literary UKrUKHKNTH OVI5K Tlio Star of Ilethloliein hurt Daparlinaot will he held at City Hall, Friday eienlni;, June 13, at 8 p in made lie appearance, an it frj ,c(,1( An admleilon fee of Kirrnla for ad ull a flit. It will only biMo !x ffki iq,1 tf)VVV) Ihen It will lc never to villi u lo our nudlOcenle for children will be charged rrmay erenlnc. urae- -ii win not appear arnU till ha lor liitirruay eieninjc. CfciT AH btistntis cerelulljr attended to, free Tble jean, ccori1loK lo Malory, It can now adtitta 1A cenlt, children tha pvrr.li fee In aud losaee promptly raid. ! aeen In Ihe aoaihcaitat 8 00 o clock lo Mr the rireniee of Office In Hank IlullJImc. thre li no fund from which they may tu Ilia e?enlo(, HICKMAN, KY. uiuvrwiic iki paiu Nowspapors In Kentucky are mod AMUR ron JUNK 12. not now Allowed lo fttlvtrttue lotUrln, or Minds by the Tlionaa orcheelra. ehancfj aoj newt lttUri any ecbemo of luKirtimenlal Bolo "Kvait of ICoica" tO;I! pprtor pubtU Marie llrcvard. CSt mIU-N., 0. & St. L. H. It. prlntrJ In or out of the KUte If eallont Intruineu(at Duet "IQracieuie" AHttmX they eonlaln any aiich aJertltmf nil. Defle Case and Irene Paris. LEOMi TraU N M.ltir m Trt ! M, ltS F The penalty lea Ane of not Icit IUq j200 Vocal Quarlelte MoonlliditAVlU Come Train o, W.JWi r . M, It Trala .wu, idj impruon Analo Mies Katie Kingman, Mra.J.W, wakes close connection will) anl not eicefulog This inent. Cow HI. 0. H. Wlliou ami W. K I.uml.r. the L, k N at MoKtntU getng north, and Imtrumcntat Duet Maggie ltu the N N A M. V i l'ilueb June Muck IlroaiR the place to Imvo McCutehen and Mary "I'olka Hon going north end llnNewLcru aecem your ejes tested and fitted to the Instrumental Duet Anderson, Noturne' Ktbal ItwUlUtl faia- - nill aujut laikr beat Pebble My VocalDuel BATED, Ho as polite na possible to the W. Cowflll and"Drift C. C. Dark' Mrs. J Mm 8miib. ceniua enumerator. Fiimtih him al poi Inilrumcnial Trio Mary 't0 U elite Information abtut tbo poputailon, Anderson, Alice Cowgltt '(Ulop" (IB CtMH. t and Kale Handle. ' ' aud aniwrr ae many of his o(hnjuiVDi wm IfM hfttf ttllHI Ull Muilo by the Thomas orcbeatre. . fMttt clwa rfayou eonvcaltDlly ean. If thenutttV-o! tad Tr a4Ttriltii4t 1 irM"' are impolite or eUurd,cuttlyete tneprtt lambourloe Drill Youuk Ladtee of Ihe i pr ! tM) of Ihe ga (n ibo Netadachurcbi 'Pltate arvt all J J4IIUMI UMrtUa. lUrltone SoU "Still la tbe Klcki' W. fprUI f Milton, r fr oll tlimj aJrtrtl don't abool at Ibe orianlili he la doUx hi r.. u a ley n raEt, rrtilrt nx caulux uf cat a ft a rulci, aidltUaal mm m i Instrtitnenta &o o "Kten nc It a kf ---- Mr. Ilio girtdimtlng oxcicIhua of IllekmaiiColorea Of the Cloning Exerolfloa of man Coltotfo. HickI SPRING GOODS! O - flM fur Hfbt Halve In the worM for Cnln, tlrulnos.borea, Uleera. Salt Kheum. Kcvcr bored, Teller, Chapi&d Handf, Chllblalni, Corns and all Bkin Krupllon, And poll lively cures Tile, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to elve perfect oatfafaction. or money refunded. Trice 25 Cent per box. For sale by C. A. Hotcombo. Drue llrfcklrn'a Arnlrt Trs. fiddle INCLUDING ALL Till! LATEST Jopej 01? HAS NOW ON D1SPLAV AK UNStKPASSfcD LfS fliL VX5 A. A. DAVIS CAN" HUOW V JOINTS or New Advertisements. FOK SALK, Spring and Summer Millinery, AN) MOStf Staple aad Fancy Diy Qoods, Cypress Lumber ANU TO SAWED 4m Itallreatl Time Table rol Ij O "T HI C3r, iSlioos, Hats, - Caps. CJ 3XT That in ABSOUTMENT, AdJress, O.C ft. I,IIK.,Kj, Hickman, ORDEIt. A FltKI JIFT Fashionable Novelties! W'OVLtJ HE GLAD TO SHOW SAME tO ALt WHO FA VOU II EH WITH A CALL, - IXToti' KUWAlt i SJ QUALITY and ns, 1 LOW PRICE, 02VI UWe, Will We will make a present to any one applying for II, of a atoie Grale that will turn wood or coat either, cooking or heat-Ins- ;. This la free. Call and eee. File any atom Wo also want ft man to run our Corn Mill. 6,G 3 JNO. W. MORRIS & SON. HAY - - J I ?W I'JlCTl Hogs Identified. Six head 6 f my hogs, neighing nlout 75 pounds each, disappeared during the late high water, and four of them came back about three weeks aince, marked with crop and underbit in the left, find epllt la the right ear. I, and other, identify them by flesh marks as my boga, ouni any one expects lo lay claim to tbsm they are requested to call and make good their claim. CHAS. MEIR. Hickmav, Ky., May 20, 1890. Powell & Bro GROCERS, AND 3X3AX4T:TeB I? General Assortment Family Supplies, Also, Saft, liin Cement Feed for lire stock Corn, liny, Oats and Uritn. Lanil Traster ftttd Field Seeds, vthe le all of which will bo sold tot cafth. A general line of Farm fhidein6h(s and Slacbntfy(ail Fi6st ChkZtfr A libernl divide of oar dlpcounts will be given cash purchasers. -s AKoittB fdr'n number cr Faotoiea.and ttIJI ordr, trfttf wanted, any machinery we'ive not In stockr . first-clas- J G!fl5'. ADVERTISING ff lc Wo heartily thank our friends fur their liberal patronage during the past, our first year of business, and cordially invito them, and the trading public all, to call before making Spring purchases. Produce and Live Stock, ' orM prll thrtf ft wh, ltaUvaUu,0itr ntli iffk Look atThis yn lll I iBiii rf vmad, thrgd M it ! " !(! 1 t l.4i tiiiM A ilii M br In London for an 0! llOQalo Kill I If If If yw Jf yv waal rHUr. want ! Kafi, BimN4, ! fit ! Iff II If ra raw If y at LMr Had, ( hot ! W, Uno. 8am Jones Is going to'Atomp on Ihe ht t(l e Ull fetbtren tt RicbuionJ, V f btUnlo( nttl Sun Jay, June 8. DOST FOKfiKT to go and no IIUCK IUUmT Iffuitliffiil stock of Watches, just received, 3:23 Tlio price of Ico has nlready tttome beside aer Xlr Crk" the negro approached him from caboose beblod wlcomeJ by and struck him In Ihe head with a rock, iuodj uM Kbool frltaJe knocking bin eenelaa and Indicting an Soda WatcratSwayno A: Go's. Injury that may prove fatal. At last te. counts tbe conductor Is atlll unconscious. . .: : a i . r, Prepare to Invite tlio census n.- : u.m ii.l- lannutr ktr In e.n4 till httn everihlnjc jou A bevy of 21 young ladles, Inst Miiarlelle-.SoMIt- ra' Cborui" Tho Miiuufacturinand elodenleef Franklin, Teno, Female l el. KaUi)Mabel Gsaldsr. Ethel Parker, ! JOB f U f.ft. If ; president of ihai ini V1IU Rar.r. Motropolls of tho Irrr. la charre of Ibe acfaool and apaasenger agtnt of ifct Cot- Great Now South. Instrumental Sclo "Tranicrlptlon" aat Mllftd V ca)U( al L Wt - MsWI ton Belt real, were etoppmx at the (loalder. JUNK 10, llf H Iti and Ut tho eledeHouae, yesterday Mog on ao ex Vocal Quarltte-'ao- od Night, Oentle greatest salu of City aud Suburban parliee are bleaed with euony dlsposl-tlon- e euralon via Hickman and the Mississippi Folk" Mre J W Cowglil, Mra. 0. C. to make each other happy, and pos rieer, to Ihelrhomee In Arkansas, MImU iSmitla, C. II. Wilson and V. 1 LumleT. Heal Instate ever announced in this country will tako plaoo at eessed of capaettie lo command prosperelppl and Teias. Miss Maogle UatUJ ,, Mnil.IIIUfWl ity 8o may it be to them. daughter of Henry Daels, of this eouoly, Pnblio Auction. Mimic br (ho Thomas orcbeatra wae one of Ihe parly This great Salo embraces over Sodu Water alSwftjnoiS: Co'a. Invocation by Rev. II, fc. Hemming. FoisT iiGahri Fho Million Dollars lu first-clasThe Slate Teach craf associa I'jfr (College Atalanehe) pages 1 and Central Unfitness Mm. Nettle Hucknor Is visit- Property, first tion will be held at Frankfort, In 2 -- Mltora, Lena King and Hen lUmage. The two roome formerly occupied b (a l.tr molhrr l laUjrtlU, InJ. tho house of ropicaoutatlvcs, June Hecltailon "Hying Jlu'a Last Leap class ItcRidenco Property, Hand Stephena & Tyler, Furniture Deiler?, on Clara Oulten. f, Mlsa Ann! Hfttnimon, of somo IteBideuco Lots, Ucautlful liberal terms. Apply to '23, L'O and 27, aud aa n very enter Muile by the Thomas C. C W.LMcCUTCHEN, li rUlllnf XlUt Nttile tf Suburban Aero Property sultablo taltilur proraiumo has been ar- Calliihrnle Urdl-Pu- pll. orchestra. of School, for subdir8ion, will bo sold, all ranged, the meeting will bo one Musie by tbe Thomas orchestra. Mr, Sol. Ford, now of Fulton, abovo the ordinary. All railroad Hfcllatlon Tbe Old Sergeant' Cato situated within and adjacent to a The Iaclode. h uli In wn tn Itieelljr tU wttk talxtpj; great, progressive city, steadily The Laclede House hat been renovated the State will givo reduced lUtia, uumtroui (rlrndi. lay Mother Ilubbiri ami rapidly iucrensiugiu wealth frem cellar to garret, newly paiutrd, all rntcs to uttoudaiita upon tho asso- Mn ic nrsrsrJ. u Mr. J. K. Hockncr leaves Mon- - ciation. and population, where all values I houserooml ?ewl' PP?re,,i nj the, wbole Ilecilallen "Arnold, the Traitor'1 newlj aupplled with furniture ..,.. i n.i,.,...nA few wttk trip to Utile Uock iUUOHmMIMLU. U,,,,,,,, t..-1-r.ll...l.tln Fulton, this county, was ex- '.T.:,fr SauoilsrsThomas uJ Hot Hprlogt, Ark Judge "Pig Iron" Kelly said or together, this bouse In all Its ic. At , Muilo by the orchestra. appoint-raenlacited Huoday Ul, over what may turn -rUeitatlirfi Undo Nsi'e hlscourse, Louisville. 4Sho is tho Gatowav of is, beyond doubt, in the best con Kov. it. M. Kliijf, of Moninlils, out to be a murder A few ilaya ago John John Adams tho Great New South, near to tho diiloo of any hotel eeer In Hickman. Mr. tnrmtrlf tht UUtcJ ptor of Ur lllek-a- n (Iraham, a frtlgbt conductor, pat a nrgro Kisay "Henry Grady" Andrello new proprietor, proves MelhoJIit Churbf wm la the clt off bla iraln for trylna; tn eteat a ride orlhanil its commerce. mid bears . M. Amberg, the or lanulorJe, bimseu a prince anabie, po tTciInettlej r"tnrdy night he wae parsing thro:igb llUgs Avalanche, pages 3 and 4. to tho whole of ponder south-wes- t Hie and watchful of the pleasure and comMissus I.l;ht mul Mny Fnrls Fultoa wltb hie Iraln and supped for lUci'atlon- - llrlar !tose"-Me- bl Ooalder tho relation that Chicago bears to fort of LU gueeia. White standing Me If j on If ton If r .(, rtift CrJ, ! bulling Cr4, t foil ni ! jr Oourior lluCrtlaril raiNTINO liuilu, fbirr Tm. camels, assca, doKe, "Dc!,T . the oriental outfit wmplele-aa Son at Twilight" ?-.riblblt the Ufa and lo eiecule Ike of tbe deaert. Ther i rill reach Miss Kale Ktiiemen. laslai Instrumtotal 8olo ''Mfrmatd'i Song" Chicago In Ihe soring- of 1U3 with tht 01eron) Nelpe lUvgere. World's Pair. Vocal Trio ' A Little Farm Well Tilled" Soda Water nt SwaynoA Go's, Harry JuJge, Claude Morris and Waller bef, attempt elrnllar te Ibat Klfhl Arabl aoa ait locludinf women and efclUrtn Wihl Knt" has lumeJ up' " If iiU- -Id fact there le, "?!;'"' re fan i Oltrin-'i , "7 "The Comjnx of ,Miir.umn! lliI r " ,',:"" I'Bbaa lljk.l lU.M.n l ttw: BALTZER INVEST YOUR - "'"!' 8olo-"Ue- MONEY turo of 8prlng" i L ? Haundcra. ropulatloulOjOOO. ue of Keat Hatnte. i APsofiflCtl val$iriO,000,(K)U. Com-inerris Job Oflico. Tlr Vlrltia flf an nr,ar nf lliu Putlnn County Court, In tbe titale of Kentucky, an eiccuon wm ut nem at tne acnooi house on Sassafras Ittdcc, In Cifil District No 6. and at tbe court bouie In Hickman, la HAHEIED, said county and 8ta(e. on tbe 7th day of June, 1890, to Ascertain Ihe vrUnea of all DUCIIANAK FINCH-- In Dili city, on Tuesday evening, the 3rd Inst., by Rev. persons owning land subject to overflow Mooney, Mr, Kobert Buchanan and from the Mississippi rlrer, from the city W. of Htclman to the Kentueky and Ten u elMist Maggie Finch. ate State line, ai to the expediency of The bride ia n daughter of the tale R. voting a lax upon laid lands under the K. Finch, of Lake count, Tenn., and tbe charter of the Miis'njlppl Hirer Levee groom n popular young dry goods eaten Company. All persona owning landi within aald Hold have hosts of man of Hickman. boundaries, over twenty one years of age, fritmlfl, and one and all extend oongratu are entitled to vote. tatiODS for Ibelr future bspploesa and OroBGi WaaiFN, prosperity. Life la largely aj we make A. 1. Kinkuak, May 16, 1890. CoftfVs. It, and both of tbeee happy contracting & SHAW. Election Notice 1 E, S SHST& HARDWARE, Xr itrj Ut( wSf3 "OLD tHELlASUaV' Keipi a Splendid Slotk of tha of all tlDda of TINWARE, STOVES, fa,, tfie which aro offered at ONE TRICE, and that ver lowest the market Justifies UNCIiC BOli'M LOCAL NEWS. New Repair Shop nesimaker, Roofing a, Sipeoietlty-Now that the season is approaching, bear in mind that you can get JSA11GAIKS at All goods guaranteed lo be as represented 1 1 Mr. Robert Karie, tbe 8aid1er and liar. Das opened a new enop In Ibe houie with J. Y. Hogera, where his friends aod customers can always find him. Ken work made to order, but FARM IMPLEMENTS I XVI. at Cash Prices, for CATTLE. I)j-rribur- KUkr-M-flck- . RUL'AIltlXG A SPECIALTY I He It not only a good aud faithful workman, but everybody knowo that he ii honest, ani will only make honest statements and do honest work Prices roaaouable, Your and-Do- g" palrooageollclted. SUBURBAN .9 He will exchange Farm Implements and Goods,' B.Shaw's lyfr -..- THREE One known na the Dr. Robinson place, containing 10 acres; one, the Geo. Helm ForSale RESIDENCES ! rlunihw Hoboel, NafhvlIU, Tlum-Uj-frva- t nJ wet cip -- lr(r , vertoua iuilon In manjr of lb ciilfi, tbe titlural mult of ihorl Ktntuck The general lUptlite Jaye Association Le tral be SiQ Jane iStb, tsd nlll a lo Mill meet al !a 0etie of tlca own IUlature One important bill pauper IJloU. lowarlt the eupport of llielr by make cotmllcf ny pased church, evening Kferjboly Invited. Tho Young Moii'a Christian uill repair them as a firsbclnss Aodetfou will meet al tLr MtthotUI workman should. ap!tf Huotlay 3 at o'clock. Uringyonr Watches, Clocks, city luiiaccou, 22 Jewelry, &o.f that need repairing, College Hopd account, 1C3 to Hob Uuck, oppoalto MIt Shans Report recti tfl and ordered filed, grocery, at Huck Hros', aud he PkCLietDA HCIIiNCK. Our pccplo hate voted pra seworthitr n.A ,. dieting prleoncri, 4 00 but let us not fall too much Into tbe Idea of doing everything by taxation. lodi. TtiaauaKii e vldual Invraimenle, enterrrii and actit- The Cily Treasurer presented his month Ity matt aanptfunt puldU if ly rXHil up lo tt.i, ,Ulr, -- huwing aruount wc wouiu rrsiiic sues prosperity. Is Irrasury to err lit of General Fund account. JO'JtJ st tho north-wesHalf fare rates on all of 17 rail roads centering in Louisville, Kv. COUNCIL PltOUHEDIXGS. benii your namo and atluress for .ww, ! iduiu iv i., a , icrv Pamphlet containing doacriptlvo Cniinall ul Cm lists auu lull particulars. Address L:::m!!( Ml Iil.is luh: Hickman has given $25,000 , wUuiaa f tl.U.t meeting were to help build ibe Hlclooaa and Tlntao ' rtiJ rrrwd and elgned. IIG, W. Market Btt Louisville, Ky. vllte l.evse. which will be of (real bene ioooU iniinii). Mciubers-Vanc- e, fit to Ihe lawn, but It also belpa (he own. Meriwethor & The following account, were printed ere of oterflowed lands la reclaim their rroperlr amiroted. whicii on motion vara Allmoud, John A. Stratton & Co., ... " K.. .... iiod4. huh aiioweii anJ checks ordsred Issued .. IMI "B,M t,vi'"' ixo cviivkv fmiobu. qana rnougii for the Whito iv ilarriHon, ,i, w. -, mil, ix, aiii prieent par amuunts' Sous aud Meddis & South-wick- . . . ior uicaman to assume r" m' $l I? ST1 rV. ro" ? "m llcularly unlit these AV M,y iy S? base adJed to eur population and laiabto Auctioneers Mcddis, Stratton, (( l( wealih to hep pay ueh Indsfctedosss l( (( J iJ and Meriwether. Ul Music by the Tbomaa orcheitra. t. .t. u-- aS ...vo, Pra-iilM- ,. - k.A ... .''.. M TnE only Pneteur Hydrophobia Institute in this country is the ouo in Now York. It is a creat incon venience and expense to go so far ior treatment. Ix tho Mothodlst Episcopal Church Conferenco nt St. Louis a report was adopted declaring for prohibition, nud condoiuuiug danc. und ing, card-playin- place, coutalnluR G acres, and one In West Hickman, all of which I will sell cheap. Terms easy. For particulars addrenfl, 4.25 if GEO. Ji HELM. , Of all kinds, and tho bst variety. Everything sold as cheap as in any competing market. 3P Headquarters for C'OUXTIIY FllODUCE. for Country Produce. Also, you can always find a fresh supply of nutter, liggs, Uiiickeiis, c, and a goneral lino of family Groce rios, at our store in East Hickman. UiuLM. 15KUS. se27-t- f Wo will pay tho highest price T II K horse-racing- Hon-ulug- ... -- M U.lln 90 2tl Coino and seo our largo and beantifnl stock of Ladies and Gonta Rolid Gold and Silver Watches. Wo will not bo under sold. HUCK UHOS. Ur.ATltl.K roll JUNE. Wb nru solo liOllin, til this at tho .loath or rlty. for StrouM&llro.' high Art """"" M". el .f on. of Wolf la- Clothing. Ualtzru SHA. In m! fn rVhn r?ikliiiikltna A nrotmcted meetiu 0 Inili. iinrnninnuliul In. t...,ww fOill rj Iitaa .... much Uterst Is In progress at the llaptlst Oturfb. bu ! under theraslor.lt H uren, whs eiiueavorlufr to jjet i KUmmlog, assisted by ltv Mr. Ilailey.of on tho cannon bull train duo there at 11 olook, and to do so at IIo kind lo the census enumer- tempted to pass In front of tho ator. Never ndnl his queer caleeblsru. locomotive. Sho had her babo but be cure to give him the name of every iu hor arms, tho conductor h.id tody on the premises. Let no one escape another child and a Httlo Ave rtumefaildn. vcar-olwas holninc itself alon. Lime, Comont.Si.K, Hay, Ilrau, Tho latter had crossed tho truck &C, wo keo() couatuntly on hand, when tho train moved aud Mm Dawson Jumped to got out of tuo at lowest pneofi. i;lltc Smitu, Blmhon iN: Co. way and ulthur foil or wn hit by tho locomotive. Tho train struck Is some sections cf Illinois her nnssod over her, cutting the eawfltre aro devouring Ihe wheat oil' and both logs, so Injuring her that fields, which are being largely replanted in corn. If tbe flies don't let up soon sho died in a short while, though sho lived long enough to tell all wheat wilt be gold tbla year. about herself. Strungo as it may A Mr. Dunn and n Miss San seem tho babo lu hor arms was dcre, a genteel, nice apprarfug oouplf, from Mlsourl, eama over Weilneeday, ob. only slightly hurt. rained lloenee, aad were united In mar Wi: yield tho palm to nouo la rlage, Judge Nay lor performing the cere- our llsphty of olcgant values lu mony. Whito Ootids. Our Ilemfttitohed Col. Vinrinlus Hutchon, tho aud Embroidered Flouuritiga rank ceollemanly editor of the Fulton Argus, well among tlio uesiauracuons in ta preparing to publlab a book or prose il.ai .. lilt H1IM) A" Wit tr xAui.n.ifc He iiiui. iiiiu. "'' The old mill abeJ and stable, belonging to J. C Partlow, In West Hickman, having been declared dangerous, as welt as a A horriblo accident occurred nuisance, Ihe owner of same Is directed to down and remove eame. otherwise tbe Hives, Tonn., Friday night laM, , I i wcrtIp! Ut.i ,a. tue done I On motion, Mayor Cowglil wae author Ized to writ lo Messrs Carlton & Co. that the city was ugu the eve of buying n fire engine, aud If they desired lo hare their huuae represented to eend thtlr agent here. On motion, Council adjourned. Attest, w I. McCUTcney, c. c. d tion, already established, as being Headquarters for Cents Furnishing Goods. JfcM ILMJIOIN JIALTZEB tJKXTRAI. & SlIAW. PROJECT. We will sustain our reputa- It MenuM Memphis) a lton1 from IAtnenh lu nud Hue lo llrri, lllcitiuun. and poetry of hti own composition, le a guod writer, and of course tho book will bo a good one, man llultdlng and Ioan Association will occur on ibe 3rd Thursday of this rnonlb, I hie must be raid br 2 o'clock of f 10th). that day or fines will accrue Membeia would do well to make a nolo of Ibis. Tho next meotlnp of tho Hick. and Laces should not 3:28 Ladiiss who doslro tho new Vandyke Patterns lu Kmbroldorles Daltzkr full to call. & SiiAW. tUate Teachers Aetootatlon will be held ul Frankfort Juna 25 to 1!7 Inclusive. A varied programme has been arrauged for the oocaslou and a Urge attendance la rendered practloabto through reduced railroad fares on every road In the Stale. man A Southern Itallroad Company want that projected road changed to as to ruu via Illckmao to Memphis, fnitsvl of to a onpoelto traua Mississippi connection Hickman, and eay, If Ibe change le consented lo, (bat It eta and will be built by 1, 1801. Tho annual soaslon of tho Homo of tho Puducah, Hick Jan, river with railroad expectations, and ft le now olalined that tellable and rcepomibte parties are ready to contract for the lu mediate building of tha l'aducab, Hick man A Houlhern, We hope It Is so, but huva boon fed on ho pel io long that the piceeut docs not Inspire) much ooofidence, Soda Water nt Swayuofc Go's. Paducah Is ngalu bristling known that tho Illinois Central was contemplating tho building of a road direct to Mem phis, leaving its present malu lino Bomowhoro lu Kentucky. It now comes out that tho project is suro, alul u to bo put in operation in ,. t.in .nr . ,ft ling noHH nf thrt ifrniit Tho contractors for the build World's Fair at Chicago. Tho plans, as recently dovelon Ing of the Mo , Tenn. A. (la. railroad prumlse to commence the locating survey, cd out of the work already begun for tho first 6 miles out from Hickman, on from Hardwell to this placo, aro election In understood to bo that tho Mom neit Monday, provided tho gee favortbe bottoms on next Saturday is to start also from able, (of which result there i scarcsly a nliis branch doubt) and that "dirt throwing" shall Hardwcll runulug straight to Iliok commence between tbe 10th aud loth with, tuau, and thoueo us near tho Mis out fall, and the whole levee ami railroad alsslppi river as possible all tho pushed forward to completion this eum way to Memphis. Thus, as will bo mer and fall Thle le their promise, and now look like they are In seen, tho branch horo will amount everything earnest and mean business. Hut of tble to moro thau nt first understood each ctllien must form Ills owu conclusion, to bo, and ainout really to another for each are posnessed of about tho same direct lino from thla city to Mom Information as Ibo CouaiKa. We now phis. Tho Central owns tho lino that they will commence according already from Memphis to Gren to promise. The building of thla levee and railroad will bo of Incalculable bene- uda, Miss., aud that connects with fit to Hickman, and of atlll greater beneor crosses other branches of its fit to the bottom districts of Kentucky system iu that Stato, besides com Tennessee, but we apprehend our ing bauk to tho main lino at (Iron-adand people, both of town ami country, (bat for Now Orleans. Tho im even so great an enterprise will only prove an aid aud means to prosperity, nortauco of such a road to tho and that Individual enterprise and effort Central system, therefore, outsido muit be retted on lo reap the greater ben- of tho thirteou other roads conefits. It la faotorU that build up towns, nected with at Memphis, will bo and railroads and cheap transportation company has are great belpa aud aide to suou entor readily aeon, and tho prleee, but Individual capital ami coter decided to push tlio work through prlee must take bold of auch thing. The boforo tho 1802 busiuops of tho leolaimed rich bottom lands wilt Invite a World's Fair oomos on. Onco lu teeming population of luduslrloui and active operation, such a road will thrifty farmer, bnl large land ownera to Paduholding lands (or speculation through an bo of tho greatest valuo Indetlulte term of years will retard and cah. aud ffll a big want wnioh has block prosperity These are auggeitluna boon foiiQlii for iu another direconly threwn out for pesslug oousldsratlon. tion. nystoni 1 lJuch Stmt, For sovoral years it has boon From I A 1 I . Activo storms will originate on or nbout the 3rdr reachiug tho central aud eastern parts on tbo lib, 5th utnlGth. Tho disturbing causo is central on the 4th. In tho uaturo of things a cool wavo must follow, and bo felt moro or loss throughout tho country iu its progress to tho cast aud south. Tho reactionary storm days after this period fall on tho 10th nud 11th, which time is also about tho crisis of summor solstice, meteorologically speaking. Heavy and genera! raiu storms with high aud much lightning may bo expected on and about thc&o days, followed iu every probability by cool dn h aud showers continued into tho next period. Wo iudlcato in tho calendar tho 14th, 15th, lGth and 17th us tho Htjcond regular period for Juno, Tho disturbing factors aro central on tho 15th. A wavo of almost pheuomliml warmth will cross the country during tho days indicated, attended with much lightning and lliunuernuu heavy rainfalls. Tho waters will bo high and rising by tho closo of this period. If auch results should, from unknown causes, fail to appear, tho probabilities of earthquake disturbances during tho danger days, especially about tho 17th, will bo largely increased. The reactionary days, 21st aud 23ud, uudor additional strain of Mars, Mercury and Juno solstieo will assert themselves In u uartn wave, rains and thunder guns. Tho last period for tho month will bo from nbout the 2Gth to tho 30ih, with danger days on tho 27th, 28th and 2iith. Tho period is central on tho 27th. Juno is tho closing month of tho Jovian period. tem-peratu- tho man. It is said thnt when I Thos. Edison, tho inventor of tho telephone, Grst entered Boston, 8 BusheTa of Southern Queen Sweet Poiu the depths of winter, he wore tato fellp, ready set out. Trice, 20 cents per hundred. $J 00 a thousand. For aate a pair of linen breeches. by T. K. McMAHAN & CO.v The management of the projectHickman, Ky. ed World's Fair have offered Mine, 510,000 a night to slug in tho ratti auditorium during tho progress of The undersigned ha vine; purchased Ibe tho great fair. Tho exposition grocery stock of F. E. Cae, will continue does not como off until 1892. business at tbe old stand, and proposes lo A Disi'UTR arose between Jits. sell as rood goods, and at as low prices as Warden and Fred Nieman, at Sit any. Will appreciate your trade. fulyG D B. BRYANT. ver Grove, Ky., last week, over an was suoi egg, in wnien nud killed. Because Nieman took ono more cg thau ho was entitled Tho Actno is tho best Harrow in to his soul was sent into oternity. use, and at prices as low as can Tue town of Loveland, Iowa, bo bought anywhere. was almost totally destroyed last HELM BROS, Ag'ts, Sunday afternoon by a cloud burst so27-t- f Hickinau, Ky. the Hood from which swept nwny every houso iu tho village uoarlr A.. Four'pcrsons lost their lives, and PHYSICAN AND SURGEON families wcro forced to seek safe- HICKMAN, KENTUCKY ty iu tree tops. his Professional Services to OFFERS of Hickman and vicinity Don't think thnt clothes mako Couier Potato Slips hh Office 5.9-3- Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared io execute Job Work with neatness Frosh Groceries. Bill Heads, and despatch ACME HARROW. Letter Heads, Note Heads, DR. A. Statements, Envelopes, -- iF-AJRI- S eelllng Dr. King's New discovery for Consumption, Dr. Klng'a New Life l'lll. lluckten'a Arnica Balve and Klfctrlc Miters, and have never bundled remedies that tell as well, or that have given imcli uulvemal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guaranty theiu every time, and we etand ready to refund the purchase price, if hatUfactory results do The remedies have nut follow iLelr uh won their creat popularity purely on their merit bold by V. A. Ho (combe, Druggist. Wo dndre to ray rears we have been Merit Ulna. anlC'SC to our citizen, that for Ball Tickofci Business Cards S. K. DAVIDSON, SALE AND LIVEfcY STABLE No Sensations Tbe undersigned, In Hickman, only asks a share of trade, proposing to do a square, straight bust Bess, giving ki t Ar ftit posslbU value received In each and eveiy transaction, and dealing In no sensations. A full supply of Family Grooarlea kept, and Hold at as low priees as any. Julyfi V. B. BllYANT. commencing business FAllIS & PAKKElt, KENTUCKY STREET WHAT'S ON W. DIESTELBRINK. OCR Family Groceries, (Office CWGC!9 WWW Drugstore,) etirCowgllt'e Kentucky. Bargain Counter. NO space trouble Come and and Moscow to name all articles, bat no to show goods. see, at tho corner of Troy Avenue. East Hickmrn, Ky Illcluuaii, HOUSES, BUaOIES and IIACR8 Having purohased the stable, horsf and entire outfit of VT, B, PlunlmeJ we p'opose to coutlnue the huslneis, ani oticll patronage KEETS sail constantly on bond for hle? jX Don't Tou Forget e Cunts' If you want n suit, oqnal in mako-uto tho I'lis'Ksr Mbikgiiant Tailok Work, buy Strouso & tiros' High Art Clothing, Ualtzuii & Shaw. p a Two collego riots In Michigan aud one in Indiana are tho week's record of barbarism In Western Institutions of "higher learning," Eastern universities aro no hotter iu this respect; nor arc English; nor aro Gorman. Tho students iu thorn aro subjected to no system which will forco on them ability to soo that laws aro mado for thorn as for othors. Until they learn that what is orimo In others Is not a joko In collego boys, thoy lack tho "hlghor education" that a Hottentot ought to have, Will alien! promptly to all business In Well, there's 1000 yards Dross mchM-'truited to hi care. Goods at 7, 10 and 15 couts; form-o- r prlco 15, 25, 35 and 40 cents. 000 doz. Muttons at 5 cents por ADELLE ALLEN, MISS dozen; formor prico 10, 15 and 20c. lCoxM tlio UcHt SutttMr io J, C. SUuon. AHMortmonr ef 250 yards Klegaut Laces, a to 10 inches wido, ut 10 cents; former Boolcs prioo 25, 35 aud 10 couts. Fancy Dress Drald Trimmings Hickman, : : Kentucky, Vouiul To nt 10 cents; sold nt 30 and 40c. NOT KEPT IN STOCK, order Fauoy Curtain Not, 10c; formor BOOKS request. prico 20 cents. OIV13 HIM A. titatlonerr of eeery variety and style. Children's ITobo, IOo per pair; Goods delivered to any part of the City IflJ. Alio, sent for Ihe leading newe cost us 25 aud 30 couts. papers of the United State. Tin key Itod Tublo Llnon at 25c; hjickman HJarble Works, worth 40 cents, T. Whlto Table Linen, all Linen, at 25c; worth 40c. iiwkiian; KY, and Moil's Whito Unlauudriod Shirts , C. linon fronts, 40c; worth 75c. KENTUCKY, HICKMAN. A largo lot or Komnaut DroBs DIALIa IN )o( Goods ro at 10c; worth 25 and 50o. 1VK MU A THIAL when you want Aueloguutliuo of Dross Goods, Italian and American Mabbli at 20 and 25c; sold heretofore nt MONUMENTS, TOMB ANP OHAVE VT Ulucmlthlng done, a or repairsof on Vaionrf, &c 1 alto keep foil line 30 aud 10 cents. STONES. Undertaker's Goods Kemombor thoso nro Bargains, "TTAVINO In stock, a fine lot of Amef- such as wore never offered boforo XX 1Cun UJ Italian Marble, lam pre- tfoAimon, Rovrood, and Solid Black and Caftea, which can befitted here, and flrst come, flrsc sorvod. pared to fill all orders. Call and examine un on aliort notice and at reasonable So call early, if you want cholco. mv work. Orders from tha ooofttry promrtfv priees OiTCine a call Hfir f hop id West llkkmftft. SMITH, ELLISON & CO, filled. Ma THAT It! B. T. DAVIS, Attorn oy - at - Law, Office, Cuntou St., Laclede Block, And get your Ulacksmlthing Itepalrmg done at I1I0K3IAN, KY. Wittiaff I (Corner p Obxon and Szcfangi Strtttt) HIOSMAN,Gowl Work atfloefe.bott6m Vtctt M raotdi. - J. F. GRAY'S, ' W ar.1IIIili WOltk toar2tMf n stop: C. . and general GROCERIES lo specfaliT.Mf and Stationery, JOHN F. GRAY, IN EZCEMAlTl T'lllALI THAT FIGHT Louis, Pro 05 i!Uatlntbf U S Court oarCATS J. II.Zfilin.froirA.Q.StramotnLlT. er HctTtJalor,ltt,JprZcMniS6& M A. b. U M. has (or 47 ytuff cure J Indioiitiok. IUlioisniss. Original Wins. ThoSimmons, r, St , K HAMAGE, OLIVER, A. SUUTB ArraTiTi. Sot a btoMACn, Ktc; i Hs. T n.flciras,rastorMt Ky iChurch, AJitrj, Trcn., mdes l AiniOK 1 laouia noTe oeen ama qvj lor your ornuint it sa. Mm ICOutrmi uvtririu.hiCK IISAPACMK.UOSI il nr. rttclvada Dftckair of vourLlfci McJicins. anihsvs uMdliftlfoIlL It works hlw laana. I waai n4 Nttcr litfcr ReruUtor aad ct f no more 01 ztmos nature somHlmM, hJ lo rilnftote itiuo't nutr-ro- r yoar Msat cne but it uoa'l aaswer th Ur. J. R. OraTesJMItfr Til Sjitut. McmobU.TtBO. siftl , raa'V S735 rjmSli M 4' irtt fujft " fc!3t?r r j DEDICATED The Garfield Memorial at Lakoviow Dedicated with Imposing Ceremonies, An Enormous Concourse of CHI zens Witness an Event thai Will be Forevermora Historical. t Tribute to tho Memory of tbe Martyred President Pronounced by tho Hiphest OMcinls in the Land. Magnificent in this division, but In otqrans I'nion, that of tho tfnlon Hhleb wai noxt in lino, tboro wort pood' aired contingents from Pittsburgh anu MciWrL Tho Son, of .Volmn. brought up tho rear of tho first dluswm tiro do f Governortampboll and staff, nnuntta on magnificent specimens of horpu-appoirod itiil.fi nocond itlfat,. wnicn was devoted to tho National luara Tbo places of honor at their heal had boon assigned to tho ui..iirM c,tiM of Pittsburgh; tho Washington lnnn Ttit'o. irv nt tno mmnrltr tint ;' ; of Jackson. Mich , and tho Third Kcgt ment of iuo tin anl. There was a break botwconthcsfri nl and tui.t divisions but whon Clovoland Troop, with a detachment of ' sauors anu marine' irom mo nit ' I PUto fiffurod " n acn uih iirirt 1 (eremuur Carried rrleOut n lth hplrlt lirorUI The Msml auit rarnettneM Itltes ly the Knlcltta Temp I on to be Ur.l Day Heiueinnereri. n, May 31. prc-onr- n In tho and with all tho pomp, ceremony and solemnity Ixiflttlnj? tho occasion, tbu tuvuiuriau united by prttoful country tho contributions of in honor of James Abram Garfield canal boat loyt school teacher, soldier, statesman and Provident- - was formally dedicated yesterday Of tho tens of thousand that wero pithored upon the irrecn sward of Likovlcw Cemetery oro many that had Journeyed thorn f ronJr distant points to pay tholr last trliwrof rnjpoct to tho momorjr of tho pccond ot A morfca's Presidents to moot his death by tho bullot of tho assassin. Twothirds of tho States and Territories wore roprosontod In that throng. Upon Cinvri a f vat multltudo HS TrXi frf HA' L-t- u k .! ttiti nrrronHBCtl i , mm Sr&s I person of its Chiefabv Jlaglstrato and thr"0 of his constitutional ndt isers, lent and countonanco to tho ocnt, while over all and as a pathotio shlo to tho picture, tho widow and children of him whom all had mot to honor looked down upon tho scV no with mingled feelings of prido and sadness. iiw .v ..vu HVti Ail Wy THR Ml Mol.MU i b one States steamer Michigan, camo into of those who dletf that here mlsht Itepubllc tlmr of honor and authority In this Is Iew the cheering was renewed with a most fitting This beautiful and (raponinx mon ument fitly will. This was tho spot nl ecorl to tho character oftypiQes the frramland symmetrical In It has guests. bulldcd Illshim whoo honor greatnessben was the arduous Prcsidont and distinguished of No ladder of preferment President Harrison, with Wo Pros Id on t thine: done. placed by other hands forwas fashioned ant his Clovoland looked much as did tho Morton, occupied tho first carriage, ambition He framed and nailed the cleats which his aspiring feet rose Quaker City at tho dawn of the mom drawn by four horses, while in tho fol- opon of public uiefulneAs and fame to the sum He nat wero eX'Proside'nt mils to be student and teacher when did left cease orablo colouration of July I, tho centen- lowing vehicles he A Husk and Miller, the academic hll volunteer e!ller nial year. Tho already abundant dec- Hajes, SHTitarle he quickly tnadehltnetf familiar with taVc orations of Thursday had been largely Postmaster General Wananakor, Gen- and strategy, and imparted In a brief army ca valuable added to during the eronlng and night, eral J I) Cox, the orator ef the day. rrersorao profound lesvns in military aclnre. He was a the political his until flags Innumerable and acres of Generals bchofleld and shcrnan, Secre- tory of his country student of th most brilliant and one Kalrchlld, and Instructive of tho rreat of debaters who haie bunting floated In tbe breeze. Thoo tary Windom, the hat be General appeared Inbeen National CoiRres who had predicted fair weathor upon of Wisconsin; would have and done in the Presidency ts tho report of tho signal sen Ice that a Wajno McVcagh. HeproHenta'ivos Mc- cnicny icu 10 inenair augury, oases upon a oa recr thit had no Incident of failure or Inade atorm was InetHiblo woro not disap- Klnley and Townsend, quacy The sudden, cruel and mysterious term pointed. Whon tho sun roso tho sky Foster, architect loorgo II Kelly and a Initlon of his career had only one amelioration that spare of H f was givn him to leach from was cloudless and thr was ery largo numlmr of other distinguished his and tor Tho scenos which marked tho Ing dying hed a great lesson of patience find here promiso of a dry, hot day. Een at this guosts Hts mortal part will forbearance of hit flfo early hour thcro woro crowds of people progress of this division were a repeti- honorable repose, while the will eanCinue to be upon tho streets. Many of thorn, in tion of thoo accorded :bo Tttoransat cldems In Americantnplrtmr and Instructive In history fact, had sit up all night on tho benches its head. Cheers ran from block to Tbore was hearty applauso mingled In tho public square and on doorsteps in block like volleys of musketry, whilo with cries for McKlnley whon tho Pres order that thoy might sccuro vantage handkerchiefs and flags were waved by ident resumed hi at Vice Prosldent spots from which to view tho procession tho hundreds. Tbo President respond Morton, who was noxt brought forward, ed to tho ovation by ro peatedly raising spoko briefly. Ho referred to his perof tho day. At flro o'clock special trains from all parts of tho Mate, began his hat and bowing until his neck sonal acquaintance with thotiead Presito pour their loads of HWng freight In was stilt and his right arm tired dent, and said that bis life was a lesson The fourth division is composed of and an inspiration to the youth of the flvo sections of Knights Templar undor land. The raoro tho people cherished tho command of Captain Oeneral M. J. his memory and heeded bis lofty teach- Houok, and us they marched along with martial tread, their white plumes waving proudly in tho air and their swords shining and jewels sparklrng In" the lea-o- The oration occupied In its delivery ono hour and ten minutes. Towards tho end dark clouds loomed up In tho east, and there were soveral sharp peals of thunder. Tho audience, becoming weary called time on tho spotkor and also Indulged in soveral rounds of Ironl- cal applause, but he kept on to the end of his manuscript After tho "Hallelujah Chorus" had boon rendered tho President was Introduced and rocolvrd a warm welcome. In a remarkably vigorous manner, and with numerous gesticulations ho spoke as follows: Pcilow c tlien The f elect Ion for thee ei crcifsof this day consecrated tithe memory opportunity Iwiti cra'H s,llRi,iitty shown In every other part of hi-- , iirr m sumcieni io wRrrani nur luun inni woull have been marlcfHt hj bnal tal sman ()anamanifc5t power butit waOotM will the iit his work ai legtstator iouM rnmin The inni? whUh wlllrttrbe dlstliictivelvbls. bi lhfl u mtKhthe boen rf wl,, mAtiy xritnd posslbilltltfs not lorlpca Into full fruition. Men of all I ixiiuliuloii tho speAkerrwvla uan4 to butuithU memorial and U pim." hU statue upvn ttpeileitlaltopom mrmorate thep virtue an lthee eerTtces An taironi,m9 ftro hew forpoticn i yuicat cndng hss no place hrm Tho iroot the preat the tnnir the wtp andthp patriotic were all to bUndant In him thai out of them the young of theeomlng frcncrations may eontnift an Ideal on which to mould thrmuivc The wrk Imperfections nseMhs llmttatlont, the whth eTrr, lnci mnn nMuro anl rt6nl!rtnum humbly aeknowWIgo hiihare In, may miit 'ropiHd from vlow and th model to be f . onp. nxh .In nr ihn i. ou uuiMtle htch were so marked Id the man we honor to day The people of thlslnd, fir and near ar at thl very hour uecorllDjz tho Krare of tholr fallen pitrtotsaud heroes with atTeottonnto sml hcartfeU love and reverence, Ourtak li part of theirs. We join our countrymen In tho lov lnjrduty This memorial I a permanent dcoo ration of the tomb nhere lies theboly of dlerund apitrlot whoso services to Ms country were so creatani so brilliant that the itlgnttr of this structure ant the durability of thin monument only glres nttlnir rxprelon to the anl kitty of trust, the honor and regard with which the American peoplscherlch the memory of uch as h" Mn ft tw to us and our chlUln n the continuing lesson In patriotic endearor whlrhH was designed to be and mar many ire nertlon, at they loA upon tt. find tt stlmu tatlnc tbm to that nobU r manhood which shall dcrelop our frco institutions into all they ought to be nftr referring to htswar and political history Skd' Iislftatlonto tha Presidency wa rthrr thr rtldenceof his countrymen a dm mtlon of himni Arnpular lefllnUtlve letdor, th n a M p( his own carrcr f.uiiT nirtt ant '"StouS'ftSrr n. tahJ ,rlnft6 m. i conflicts the warm unction of the popto'a trustful rrajers wis a nt tnnius to htr atrug sUlrs-rnn- , f tnx arm ennd to her porp'exe while ltancdusiisi titlvr to Uc edited and nuxtous home from which our e Ut n sold err had b mo ihusthe Dual nrtdtrvin nt was ro fcrrcdtoThccnml we Rralerully tticept the ro. suit Hepos'nffiimbr th shalow of Thy protection wo now b seech Thro to mi rule and dl rrct In the aitatrs of this nation that sober rev son and jnsieoutielsii)iv ever htreafler nave us from itonieatl or foreign rompltcatlaas, and that In every conTrorery percrul means may be su lleirnt t ailjnat llirm. e ns emble to dnv lnthteemetryhalMwel by tho team of sorrowing friends wh. have laid away their dead within lis saend enclosure to sit apart to its tntendo I purpose this monu ummt, ereete1 to the memory of ono whom the p nolo had chos n to rule them by admlnla terlnc the r laws. A cmel anl guilty hand struck him down and the whole land was then loo much enraged at the stupendous wrong to mourn with meek and chastened trnrs, but al loved their sorrow wlih resentful wiath, and left to this later day the expression of a more seemly sorrow nnd with tt ihosettinj? span of s Abraham consecrated Mach this meinnr al jH'lat; and Jacob his llelhrt as Stnal became a witness ant Joshua nared his micul so we men on inis occas on to eonsecrnie mis manu menu lhat it may express the appreciation of cratcful ivMinle f r Ihv alft It them In the twr son of their UnleMly blither an I honored ruler. James Abratn Unrrield. ho was ronsmcuoua both as aso'dierand n siaiesman nnitnai It miy direct the all iWi in of the people of generation tohiauxKiest anl master lion THE COMMONWEALTH. 1 asl KnANKronr May I) -- The Henate held an Aiternoon and nitiht session Tho bill approprl airnx annually II3,ii for the Afiriculturalllu The nm was pvssfd. scope. act contemplates an en largernrnt of lis -- There was nn afternoon ami night Iloisr session The House at lis afternoon session lookup tho bit! eonlract with Mason, Puird A defeaUhjj to 1h pottin auiceeiled Inbill fix lus; no the lion en Hi l ill Iho Henate liuMUl) of inttiranee companies ut tbo amount written in their polities was pasted The LeRitlature wound IiUNHMitT M ly f; up Its nsion i) at noon The only mens ure of importance that was passed today was the (imml Appropriation bilL which allows the (Mcrks snl Assistant Clerks ItOperday, I lie Srpeanls at Arms and Porfceeporilsper diy.lhe Fnrolling Clerks I0 per day and As. HUni nrollina (lerks W ter dn) Janitors M periUr oid prices M ier day the ministers of smn with prayer Prank fort, for opeaitif the H Bnd sereral other imaller sums for diner The usual resoluttoikaof thanks cnt purposes tothepeiker Sergeant ai Arms and Governor Just before the hour of adjourn were passed tnetii thti Uevernor lent In amessiffe which Is rather tart He sats, among other thUis Whr t u ronvenwt th financial condition of the 1rssiiry was excellent and the credit of On the e ot your ad thf Sta'e unimpalretl tbe Treasury Is depleted and Junmentr defraying tha necrsaary expenses the ot means f Many other public the State are inadequate if I Interest are alio left unsettled. do n '( te . nvene the tleneral Assembly In ei n it is because sugirsiioni whtc b have tra not beet onldcred diirlnf a prnlonged session n w at it to close, would not te likclr to re Tlte leitc u teatton tf you were reeonrmrd ot our inrectnp post w tdom and patriotism by our cemroofl rpnslltu t ns m lit be Judged r icy t whom we are icspontlbte fw our ac rpUUtWt rroreeillnss td S 1 i i-i- I- - Vrv ' May this monument ererb it ful virtues proof to tndVeoie nrhrtk tortce aud a sti t fus to manly nxpfraitons in the young mr thlsianl who my h r artcr ( upon it n ) It Inspire hope t the hearts toll wor i ers when the burdi ns of life f resstbrm -i t as they rontempll tH wrh iu I stntUm reached by the humble widow And while place und power " posltl" t ma all U nm that wronjr and violence c n tiio worihv for onlv n little sf-- son that t u m rthwIUflml Itsapproinatf setting and tr olthoush men may fail and Heiienstat pledtd to put upvn sery heal tu apiropr t crown As his olco died away tho hymn. ' It Is the Lord s Ow n Way, sot to a s jnjsf NTltNth TO T11K tSfi. rSC2S5S. JIUMHHM hr ct mournful strain, was sung by the Ti p'eQuarteUo. The (Sranl Command Henry Perkins, then announced tint pursuaneo of the duty asuumtwl by t Ilrand Cotnmandcry thoy had asseiflhl to dedicate tho memorial with knlgh honors. Turning to tho Sir Knight s Is It wt tlontnl In tho east bo asked. In tho east?" Tho Knight replied. The sunbeams from the eastern sky Flash from thes l looks exalted kith. And on their polished fronts pneltm Our worthy brother s wldespra-- l fame. i J Grand Commander: "Sir Knight, is well In tho wohI Tho Sir Knight replied-Thchastened sun adown the west, SpcaJts the same toc and sinks to test. So sod defect no flaw to bam Our worthy brother's leftj fanae Grand Commander. Sir Knight, is .. well in tho south? i e 7.Rs?5swiff5jAaBw 1( r. Ira. james A. length sun flit thpv nrosentod an msnlrtntr spectacle, immediately bch'"d them camo twelvo brigades and divisions of tho Knights of Pythias, tho uniformed rank of Odd Pellows. Knights vf St John, and of Father Matthew, German civic societies German Warriors and Prussian Vereln, Italian and Hungarian Knights, Hobemlan citizens and Catholic Knight. A miscellaneous contingent of citizens on foot and in carrligcs brought up tbe reirof tho twolfth and last division Prom beginning to end tho piralc wis nearly thrco miles In II beneath the fenrfl noin. This granite dares the sosiUiern sun; Yet tells that wall nf fervVl ft awe. Our worthy brother's hocM fame. Grand Co mm an dor: Sir Kuight, is it (How n Tho Sir Knight answered well In tho north? (TjZf Jf T I Tho sir kmgtiropllodi rVvWtirtjS3y f OAi:ur.ri). street. trumpet blast and on tho moment a thousand vote rant, tan abreast wheeled asMWi tho corner and up tho avenue. Krl A Homo woro In Grand Army uniform to the depots, and from that hour on a continuous stream of humanity poured up the main streets, whilo the steady tramp afcd inspiring music of the (irand Army voterans. Knights Templar, Knights of Pythias and tho State militia, awoko tho lite sleepers and gave Inspiration to tho preliminaries. Hy nlno o'clock podestriinWm on Superior street and Euclid aenuo was next door to an Impowltillf ty Itnslnes in tho city was entindy Kuspnnld and It seemed as though of the quarter of a million Inhabitants of tho city had turned out en raasso to frator-nli- o with tho fifty thousand ormoro visitors from outsido points who, according to the best estimates, had arrived within tho past tnentj fourhour3. Still, however, tho inpour from tho dnpots continued, and tho ho to Is, restaurants and eating booths woro besieged by hungry mortals who cared not how thoy took a blto and a drink so long as they go it Meanwhile the various dhtslons of tho parade had begun to form on tho streets running north and south of Euclid avenue and west from Krie. Tho crowds gao way for tho various companies aud their ranks wcro filled in with commondablo celerity. JuBt as the hands of tho clocks woro pointing to noon, Chief Marshal Gonet.! James llarnett gavo tho word for tho head of tho column to move east from two-thir- two o clock when the bead ol tho column had passed undor tho decorated an h at the cemetery rate and twenty minutes later beforo tho President and party reached tho grand stand. Fully twenty thousand pooplo bad already gathered around tho momorial, although tho parade was still in whilo thoso who had been viewing it from tho thoroughfaros poured inhke a resistless torrent Llttlo timo was lost In seating tho visitors. Mrs. Oar flold, who had given a reception to the President etrly In tho diy, drove over to tho cemetery in advance of tbo procv slon and, with her dsughter, MollleOar-Helltrown, J. Stanley Itrown, Ler Harry Garflold and J. A. Garfield, Jr., were seated immediately tho orator of tho day, with the President on tho right. View Pmdent Morton on tho loft tho members of tho Cabinet supporting them on either bide Tho singing of "America" by a ehuir of flvo hundred voices prefaced tho exerHaves had cises, and after succeeded in aecurlng attention from tho multltudo which, considering its sizo, was remarkably quiet and well he mado a fovv brlof remarks as presldontof the Memorial Association. A Prayer was offered by Hlahop Leonard, of tho Kplscopal churn, and then tho presentation of Hon. Jacob I). Cox, of Cincinnati, the orator of tho day. was greeted with cheers loud and long reirf ated. In a cloar and dlstlr.rt voice which could bo hoard far into the throng, Cox spoke as follows: prog-ress. d bo-hi- It was TOTE STATVK. My fr How citizens Wo have come here to dedfeai' this memorial to one of our country s worthies. Our tisic ts not tne mournful one which filled the streets of our cltlfs with fit nvalrnpcants nine) ears n&o. If our thoughts litin (jnM :; the szexser c! thetrrrdy wh brouiVtTho iffe oToarfleld A and some in civilian attire At their head they carrlod two torn, tattered and fadod battlo Hags, ono of which bad been shot through and through until scarcely an entire pleco tho size of a child's hand remained. Tho thousands of s poet a tors In tho stuoU, window i and on the roofs caught sight of tho voterans and a theor went up that never ceased until two hours later tho he id of the column, footsore and woary, passed through tho arch at tbo entranco to tho comoterY. Tho throng did not need the inscription on the strip of canvas that was carried between ranks "Kemnant of tho Ohio Voluntoersv-- C donel Garfield lb to toll it who tho veterans woro Thoy wero nearly all thit remained of tho gallant men who had followed tbo load of their then Colonel af terw ards President -- over tho bloody fields of Middle Crtek, Chickamauga, Cumberland Gap, Viuksburg, Champion Hills and Chickasaw Itayou, and who had borno tho flags which thoy so proudly carried at their hoad through many a hand'to-banconflict Yesterday their march was ono continual ovation Men and w omen vied with each other In U sting tbo power of tholr lungs, whilo in addition many of tho fairer box, as block after blwk was pssod, rained flowors down upon thoheads of tho llttlo company. Immediately behind them camo tho veterans of tbe Grand Army, many of whom bad fought under Garfield at Chiokamauga after his title of Colonel hud trlvon way to that of Uonoral Nut k man was missing of tho James A. Garfield Post from tho old homo at Mentor, and these too, &s thoy carried a ploturo of tholr patron saint between tho battle flags camo in for a largosharo ftlMthurUim, No post from outsido Porty-second lbdl-1890d lfo-lik- o fi if &nvri7 Kl mtsmTJLfiBsf$ii& WE i? 3Mt.. y$m mvA if J .1- mm. rTIIACR LUtZlfHY W ' AT TJIfc Afltlf 10 LAKKVIEW to nn untimely end nnd sho ked the whole nation by the c msex ruona h f the crime, it wid only ma k our ntrotixrt tho sober and thouhtful thing it ought to i ms heals all jounJs and it is our prhllege to think of the i wh ?.RJ'!;iUBluL:m once our friend . (tL.ULrw. mn ui caara n his torlcone; analjzmBh s can erur Juiet pulse, invocation: not tortured by fttf loo , .itnt'ilnd recall In When conflicting opinions and rpp-lnIng hit ureal uaiiUe. and of Vhenrted lym terestsbavo divided the nations una-trib-es men when angry hosts have rushed lato battle M rcminl" hs pT.asSfe, when philanthropy has been In lean, and hu entitle ihI!l!lUffVrend th0Btlp n ttorew means inanity beenilolh,ed In sackcloth, Thy human eountrymn o. Mm and hand has touched tbe wild tempcat of what ho did w mmh is passion and Thy voice, which caljud storm Peace be crmr5?drir0Shr? eXhlblU UD1 ' 'tVrprVuthe tossed Galilee, has commanded still ' In obedience to Thy behest, many a I,,,,0I,W Ufe through p4ird irai thev have white robed angel has borne tropblOM of istlng wlfhftd o etnboly m imijen rii cood to mankind from Ihe bloody battlefield as memory of It Th o in i JhaU teieh HunnymeUe and Appomattoxgrows testify then bright, nnd ori ow, touched by Thee, we bate seen the evolution of Thy purposes out of the darken and saddest years of our nation to remember those thlnus the common Kood itty have T ut thi,U at history It bents uspresence and Thy suenme und to recognlzo Thy run tint hflur Thv voice or ninhnritv ttUrA B cu SIU ro Thy nan 1 The safest and befct commander huUiOWhtrtM, DiauM wely i It fcfiui WcsalnRtun, Is a mm armies, like ai.t ttjRborbf faith ia our helppn.sere of priycr 1 h our own wisest best and luuons nnu of t ings the better would bo tholr own citizenship When General Sherman was Introduced tho cheering lasted for several minutes. Tho occupants of tho grand stand rose to their foot and Presldont Harrison, swlng(ng his bat, called for threo more cheors, which wero given with a will. General Sherman said that in Call fornia ho was known a a pioneer, in Now York as a member ot tho Chamber of Commerce, and In Ohio, thank God, as plain "Uncle IHUy." General Garflold was tb flnost typo of manhood, both ss a soldier and a cirliun, tnatbis memory rerallod. Ho bnpM that God would bless his memory and that the peoplo would stand by thoso, as long as they lived, who wore truo nnd faithful In tbo days of peril. Messrs. Wanamaker, Miller and Husk, who wero next called for, contented themselves with bowing to tho throng and declined to respond to vociferous calls for speeches. Secretary Windom told how, whon Gonoral Girflold was near the point of death nt Ixjng H ranch, General Shprman had said to him that If it would him to health ho would gho up tho last drop of blood Jn his body This brought out morn rhonr-inand United States Marshal Henry, led Gultcaus oxocntlonor, another round from bis placo umonc tho Garfield voterans. General James declined to make a speech, whilo Illshop Glhnour, in a fow well cboson remarks drow a lesson from Gar flu id's filial devotion. General Schoflold, as "a slrnplo soldier who wm only trying U do bU duty," paid a brief tribute to Garfield's memory. Tho cries for McKlnley wore redoubled at this point At first ho bowed his thanks and refused to speak, but as the demonstration was continued bo mado a brief speech. The popular branch of Congress, ho ald, never had a more majestic leader than Girfiold, Pacing tho Pr sldent and spoaking with considerable omphasU, tho speaker continued: 'No President since Washington, Lincoln and Grant has ever been closer to the hearts of tho people than General Garflold." Applauso loud and long continued followed this remark. Again tho voices of tho choir fell softly upon tho b autlul city of the dead, this time with Moltzko'H beautiful hymn, '0, Weop for tho 3lrao." As tho last notes died upon tho air tho officers ef tho Ohio Grand Commandery mounted to the four corners of the upper balcony of tho monumont and as many buglers blew a ringing blast to tho north, south, oast and wost. Kvory head was bared and many bowed whon Grand Prelate Mr I V, Van Ciovo from his position at tho entranco to the momorial chamber dolivored tho following r'oro g, whthSL',"! VVM WiiUVt4l ii.f fruta boyLoo. up aQd Uecdi taoora. of Tby written Uw. In ouraa- - woro concluded, and woll on to midnight beforo tho last of tbo vast crowd than 52,000, with SI, 000 insurance, other bad been ablo to sectiro transportation losses, $500 from tho comntery to tho city Tbe J.ukhov Davis, an old and prominent cttiren of Doyle County, frll dead the " . other morning. It Is thought of heart He was 73 years old a native of failure Madison County, but a resident of Doylo for many years. Titr bodies of Mr and Mrs Joe Masters, recently mirrltd, were found on ' tbe floor of their homo In Madison County Doth hul died from poison, though the woman bad been out with a razor Tho tragedy Is thought to havo THK CKVin been the work of the husband. s adrunkon fight, abovo Dayton, tho Presidential party loft for Washington other day, betwren James Warden and on a special train at Pi 30 a. m. Frank Nltrman. the latter was abut nnd killed by tho former A PLUNGE TO DEATH. st TitK Orphaa will beheld at Oakland, Cal. .'rightful Cntastrnphw Cold Spring, Campbell County, Juno 30 lortlnn uf a Tr iln Drops Thronjth an (ipeit Ilrnwbrltlxfi t the Creek ltelow ' Tug other day Messrs .lark Hland from the and Robert Arvin attempted to cross the Tvriit Cnrinia Urrrkand 31nny I'rrsons .Sllsilnc Crim- Kolling Fork about two miles bolow inal tnre1enms of the Ilrhlce Tender, Dradfordsville. Hland, having teen OiKi iMi, Cal, May 31. Tho care raised on tbe Fork swam safely orer, loBsness of a bridgo keeper on tbo nar Arvin, becoming excited, caused bis row gaugo road Friday led to tho fatal horse to rear up and throw him oIT. plunge uf an engine and ono car Into a Bland went to his asnlstancu, but Arvin en ok und u Urrlblu lossof llfo Twen sank the last time when Hland was ty bodies have boon recovered and many within five feet of him. His body was morn are mUsIng Tho narrow gauge found noxt morning about olghto'clock ti'-- ln fur lie was lato of itojto tounty, about train connected tho !.Sin Francisco and In the threo cars thirty years old, and leaves a wlfo and woro about 150 peoplo. Ah the train two children. noared tho Webster stroet dra wbrJdgn. AllTTih child ol roter waikor, re the pavngcrs who looked out of tho siding near Dry ant's, Montgomery window wore annxed to seo the tho draw County, was attacked by a Urge dog opon. Tho train cramn around tb Rliarp whilo placing about thn yard the other curve at high speod boforo tho ongtneer e.?nlng and terribly mangled ere could materially slacken spood Tbo Its mother beat tho brute off. Ono of yacht Juniata had just passed thr ugh the oh lid's arms wan crushed, Its cheeks and tho bridge keeper had main a gash torn In Its torn nnd a three Im-olfort to close the draw, hut nock. Its recovery Is very doubtful. without success Luckily the weight Tnc Domooratlt convention at I ami of tiiw onglno and first coach broke the nominated Woodford train in two and tho rentof It w is s ih3 on tho Slst ballot for Clerk of this Court The engineer was 8am Dunn thi of Appeals. Charles O'JIrlen, and the i Tin, graves of Confederate deist, numVA Horath. Of this trio, 1J.. cemetery at rath escaped through being in the i ml bering nearly sixty, in tho with llowors part of tho train It In ruinond that Frankfort, wero dicorated Dunn nnd O'llrlon Jumped and swam to on the 31st John Shahs, a braketuan, was killed safety, but It Is not bellovod as neither has yot been aeon. Whon the rmch in the cut in Parfn, tho other night, went through It went completely tin lor by losing his balance and falling water, but a number of passenira from a Kentucky Central freight train feeveral cars passed over him, aud ho crawlod through tho windows ani The majority of paMongi r in was badly mutilated Hkniiv Wii i.s. colorod, was stabbed tho coach woro women and children. Trom the broken half of tho train tho Bovon times by some unknown party during a cutting affray In which a numpasbcngersswannedout womon aim ber of persons wore involved, near and men half frantic althu Several others were woundthero was no occasion for their foars as Ills' Injuries may prove fatal tho car was tocuroly wodgel In by tho ed. woodwork at the approach to tho lunar. H.Maiisham.Hufoiu, judgoof bridge. tho common pleas court of the LexingTho car which had followed thoengino ton district, resigned a fow das ago. to tho bottom of the muddy oHtuurj s on No cause has been assigned rose and such of tho patsongprs as ad Pat Hvj I ivan, who killed Frank wiped therefrom wero picked up by last summer at Lexington, was yachts and small boats which gathered sontenced to nineteen gears' imprisonat tho acono When those wore ill ment. picked up tho boats gathered about the postmasTiik following fourth-clas- s car, whoro thirty or forty women and ters havo been appointed for Kentucky. children liy suffocating beneath the J. W. Wald, Athortonville, I.arue Counwator They could do little or nothing ty, vice P. W. Cagloy, n signed, I.. O. as It look several minuter to tear opon City, Clinton Campbell, Cumberland tho roof of thwioaoh. 'Iho top of the County, vice It I Uuthrlo, resigned, C. coach wjf fiuilly cut and tho work McCabeo, Hlllottvllle, Uowan County, of removing tho bod to commenced, ten teslgntd. being taon out in riulclc nuccosBion tlcoJ. Fletcher, (JovntMm IJuck.nku has called un Conductor lleuth was sonn directly after th accident and nald In all proha oloctlon for a succoisor to Senator ( hi blllty twr ti0 women and thlMftn lisle, to bo hold Juno 21, Thoia uio a Uad pep mod, numlopof candidates. Proclamation was then mado by tlranr Generalissimo Sir Huntington Drown that tho memorial of their Hlustriot brother, hir Knight James Abram Uar field, had been dedicated to tho uses designed, and proclamation was made by tho trumpetors to the four points of thocompsss, whilo "The Flag Without a Stain was rendorod. Tbo Knights having rotirel, the Doxology was sung by the memorial chorus and audience, and with tho pronouncing of tbo benediction by Kov T. 1). Powors, I). D , tho exorcises and tho etents of tho day were brought to fitting conclusion. It was six o'clock beforo tho exercises IVrfe.t In line exact la square, The works of alt our craftsmen art-- ; Thar will tj comlnr time rrorlalm Our brother s worthy, wHIearoed fatae, l Pi Nwnns for KontucUy .los U Darnel, Horelnf;, Uenr lluffman, Ian astor, John 1) Cain, HarbournvlUo, tmloy Slier-watJohn (iontlo, lleleru; Mordant JinUdlah P OaxlA, (ieoro's Creek; Win. Kunner, llaiollj Allen, Klngleyt Henry Thon as l Mheelor, Danlertown; Van Smlt. Mnys-- i !lo, Ibarles Marshall, Oreonsburc; London; ArehilKild m T Hryant, Hash, HulTalo; dohn V Keller, John P Holder, Cedar HlulT MilN, Matt M Petty Muso's Mills; Samuel Smith, Hrlpht Mi.ulo, Hobort T nlor, Oreunsburj llotaue Joseph II Stinnyslde, Heudrlek, Pleasant Weaver, ltlaine; Pel man Pari. Sardls, minor of John 12 Panlel, Herein, Catherine U widow of Wm I.omaka, Newport, Nancy, mother ot Oeorge W. Carter, Illwell. Itinoi ins broke Into the Ikhho of Philip (iorhanlt, llvlnj four mites from l.oulsTlllr, tho other night A lot ot clothes, W in money und tho handsome suit ot hair of Miss Charlotte Or hard t wore taken. Tho young lady's hair was a beautiful golden color and four feet In length. The thieves cllppsxl ltcloo to her head white she lay asleep. Thk following patent were issued to Kontucklans a few days ago Herman Atbln, IfOutsTllle, umbrella or parol frame; Charles P Carpenter, loulslHe, magnet tool; (loo II Delta, toulvtU, letter and bill Hie; Henry M Uoodman, to A Haker. assignor ot sash fastenor, Maggie A Muse. Mount Carmol, soot catcher, Ddnard Shobc, Itoulsville, and J P Piatt, New Albany, Ind . strainer pall, Harry A Sparks and X It Hrown. Pminencr, fence, Predurick Mltiel, assignor to the American Semaphore Company, Iouls vtlle, system ot circuit for eloctrio semaphores, ThoodoreTebore, Nicholahvllle, balling press, John J Traynor, vllle, harness saddle. Captaix llAmiEMx. the newly ap pointed postmastor at torlngton, has IVftdnidiMrtft) of hU wrJce. CHmrs rncuoi'iK, employed In tho Kontucky Central railway shops at Cor- lngton, whilo attomptlng to board a moving train, Kllppod and fell with his right leg across the track. The wheols passed oter It near tho knee, horribly angling It-- PJsehopIuk was piekeil up neonsetous and convoyed in the patrol to bt Kllcaboth Hospital Dr Kearns PIscho-- ; woputatetl the leg at the knee ink lost much blood before medical attention was available. His chtnee for fa It thought to bo very ullm. TiiKlartre brick building on Soronth 'root, Hopklnsvule, owned by John Moayon, and occupied by It A. Hall as saloon and others, was destroyed by s freoarly the other morning Mr Is about Si. 000. with 5500 insurance, and Mr. Hall's loss Is not less one-fourt- h Iou-lsvllt- o -- According to tho Utlca (N. Y,) Herald the bos? trout waters in tho Adlron-d- a k region are rapidly passing Into th It Comes In Counties Millions and I rosl hands of wealthy individuals nnd clubs, lnr Not Kill It who eonvert them lulu prlvato preOn Stale Hntomoleglst Mntunr'adesk In thocapltol, sas an Albany letter to serves. tho Now York 'limes, is a Jolly gU Straws, 'tis true, csn show the way Whereto the wind mar blow) which contains several hundred of exHut straw k do also point the rend ceedingly Ihnly amaUnUM. WhenaskiM The slttf rjr cobWers go. about them Prof. lAntner slid they wero -- PhlladelihU Times. sent to lfim by a lady from AuSiblo Pork?, who thought thoy wero tory curiThe man who Is "drlton to drink" Is ous Insect slnco frost can not kill them. often haated to the jollce station. The doctor said: Herald 'Thoy bate been living by thousands all tho wtntcron tho windows of a room without flro. Mio first stw them eight years ago, and each jesr since then thoy havo mado their appearance, llrston tho brick wall outside In tho mouth of August, and Inter In tho house, and alNo other house in ways In this room tho placo has them. Tins is tho third instance in which I hao heard ot this fly Infesting dwelling houses. The first was nt Franklin, N. 11., whtro Itentors a certain house each tear In August, literally by millions, to tho great annoyance ot tho family, who resort to ovory known means to reduce It numbers, but without success, nppareutl), and tho filed regularly lento during the latter part ot April. "A house In Alfred Center, N Y , Is the other place where It is known that 1 ho lly belongs to a tlio lllos appoar family tnant of which areknown' Weed hero In tho stems ind roots of grains, found out I this breeds has nut vet 2 I Tbo strangest thing about it is lhat it R,hows an Instiuct oten morn wonderful thin tU"U of the carrier ptgeun wlibh leads tho young files as mkju as they are batched In tbo Held to tuuko their way to the house and the Identical rtH.m that their parents bad occupied during tho autumn anil winter boforo. "Sotuo specimens ut the New llaintx shlru flies were hont by tne to Haron (Jototw Osten Mackon, of Unldollmrg, (iermany, m0icaL ! to sea If they had tlw stnif spocles In 1. HurotH About half a dozen Instances of regular assemblages of similar spo-cltow", are recorded In Duropean scientific publications, but as they seemod to bs different from ours, at my request, Karon Osten Saekon devribed our ape-ctand naninl it chlorosoplsoa v It certainly is wonderfully pro- A SINGULAR INSECT, n pooplo known as tho KanlUurna, or "Kings of tho Junirlu.11 Hhlilon a they aro atnutifr tlio fastnessea of tho rjouth em OhatitN very little is known ot them, for they seldom venture down to tho coast towns, aud exploreia ba nrgleoted them. 'Ihoy aro ono ot tha tribes of savages nho 11 vo In a fow parts of India, and who aro nearly as wild si though they wanilered In tho jungles ot Africa Instead ot dwelling In ono of th most populous ptrts of the world. Near Cape Comoxln, tbo most south cm part of fntlla, live a very curious ftBSOT rr,..v, yray IBfcrf I rrpira.rvhi'Mti. ALlKiar Jttlll f h flss s N Ik-e- ylyH t Jfsff C fwllf LfJsf BssMsr .fUPsssV XoT5"" if J) '';' 'iiwmjKsintMSS M" U'1 1 jrBKmirtP rA iif fj Mktk BsWtfTPfi gHfafPXsJlllllK MrlCgfN. i jUVTsi ill Iff N jKmV llfVi .rnBi ei pro-llfl- line." Hotel Cnlfai, t'nlfat trlng, low. This popular resort (on tho sit ef the famous DM M C. Mineral Hprinr hat been put In complete onler for tho II rand Otioulng, Saturday. June 7th, forthoaeuson ofWL lltofttnat the management of this hotel has ben do4tl In charge of tho well known oAterrr, Prank Htewart (Supt Dining t arrwvW-e- on tho CnukiHi, Hock Ut ), UasunUteut ruar Ishm.V ante that It will bo roudtirlcd In a manner, and that guests will receive every poiWn attention andcomforL T1m m ts for a full house ' are already cry Of ENORMOUS Dr prlncl count' uuprr ever & SltirMKNTS. of car-lo- Pre,! J ' nt shipments rnru first-clas- s Br! Write and serure aocommoditloniat once U'forv ti mid summer rush euuimetue JUst a woman who renolvrs when she It married to makvovVr her husband ends by Mot content trtsuiUt over t.er Iwuneu. llurliu4ton Press Prcta. A Iuis RUIng at morntag or eveioc fro seme lowland, ofun carries In its folds tho tU of malaria. Where mnlarhil fever prevails no one it safe, unless protertesl by tjtne cm ivnt nmhrloal aafegnard Ho tetter a SUiin.- h Hitlers Is both a proUw-Uo- n and a rmedy No persoa who Inhabits, or so; turns in n aaiasnaUc reion of aonntry, should emit to pros ure this forti tell of Mist ing agent, which isikiso th kspwn fordvppia, lonsllpatlon, kidney trouble aad rheumauain. f remedy flnt As a remedy for all Blood, Sklu and Scsln Dltae It has won for Itself world-wid- e fame, has It manifested Its iotcncv In curing Krjcma, Tetter, Pimples,' llloUhe, Kruptlons old Scrofulous S?res, Plerr. and kindred ailments. As a remedy for the jctt1lr wesk nrites dlitrrsslng Irregularities, sod derangements Incident to painful NSjteo. women. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre notify Ilirre are scores of sarisparllUs and scrlptlon ttsuds alone at the only rem adtrrtlst-d-, but cdy fuarsnteed to give ratlifscilon fn Cthc I " medicine core, or money paid for it U the tit Uieii Medical Discovery uf Dr. er-M vnh one ever barkexJ up by promptly refunded PJor It U but natural that the peepln a joUiiP truuraniee from and t ri ughlf reponshIe Ihhisc The should besli w their patronage upon that, given a fair trial. It these medliirs si net non nther ar con and liberal terras. all that i or vl ptd for It Iwilllalmed fur It, re sold on stn It fair lured br the World's '1 hey are insmifsi be tiromptl) mo I)liHurv Med. al Asocwtlon. of HufA Certificate of Guarantee fur J fs lo, N. Y , a houw whose financial rery lHttle. i 1 attempt (he tala of an Inferior, or standing and reputation for fair dealing ctcry fairly good, blood tinder Is t re itrvtnjr condition! atpurifier would well as to everyto dtuggUt, publisher, as these, throughout su ins, bankruptcy to Its proprlctori. lbs civlllcd world. o other rnedliines meiltes. s'ned anything like the ponu-larlwhhli they enjoy. No olher such superior and nicdh jtaiit f uratho properties as to warr manufacturer lu eelllur rant the proprietors of Ur. Plerr r them s str doing, through druggist, Metji under a poltlte guarantee of beuertt ir cn-- e ii every rare, en fair trial, or r tt Kmm-cUII- ei.unl ilcmand for these ierVs .Medicine, to all the oinmcrcll ccuters of this sre tiecearr to supply the lots j j world-fame- d extraordinary terms. Only a medicine pceMfd of eitraonlU nsrr merits could tuitaln Itself under such a business polloy. The "Oolden Medical Discovery " ts such a medicine, and has proven Its ability to uuuln Its proprietor1, even though sold on sucii ixhj Silt-rheu- y ( awrrll-Vnow- n ", i 1 well-know- n Tns woman who conquers her husband with a broom tUck may t sld to have won a sweeping ticUry lllnghaaiton Itepub-Uc- a. I 8ays the Southern Medleal Worll: 'Mother's Prind, U crowing in fav r throughout the South and Is lilsrhU re - m merMlel'hy phyaleUna Uarontlrr it in dispensablo to lwoo who know tuev n. , tuss through the ordeal of child bn -Write Uradlirld Dog Co . AUanU, Ua f particulars. No Id by all druggists IWt Couith JlcAlIcInr, HrrotnrorbdsKl by PlivslcUns. Cnren when nil falls rjeasani aim agrvtntuir to tuo Uiiif. (luidrfii Uv it without ubjUon Ily dnigglsts. j si5feAlIrIsiB3?El rs tho imwr swindler regrets that bo man Umira Ujuetto. Sir AVrWi iTlswhenheltbronchtlotrtal tt that V uot a noues Moay-n'slos- rt"e Dobbins' Dies trie Ho-- wrapter of not els on circulars around each bui C,Philada.,P,toanyonein Canada, postage pld, ujon p We, will be tent t rag a A the I h er receipt f " by . M ..'vi fjitejg yrj wv For Fifty Years Standard Blood'purifior nnti Wo mam tt man's supertorln a great man ways, and tlo worst f It Is she knows if KomcrvUlo Journal. Af LrasesoftreakerUraoback, backv he rbeuuiMtlsm, will find relief by tvewnug " Tonic, Aycr's Sarsaparilla 1ms no equal f of Carters Kuiart Wenl and IMUdtnia Hat'karbo Plasters Price35ecfiU. To ttt w Wnvrv, like poker players, raise the blind to see what the neighbors hare got lwrenco American & Co. Drurglsts, M I.Tnourso dersport, Fa, say Hall's Catarrh Ctire is the best and only sure euro for raUrrh the) ever sold. Druggists soil It, 75c ns n orci5 BlVJOY Both tho rnethotl ntul rcalU tvhen SjnipofFigflistakcn;it Spring Modicino. cu and refreshing to the taste, mulactJ gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Jluvrch cltJin-r- i y, Jslcnnnt hcatl-ache- s Fropnrcd by Dr. Lowoll, Mass. J. C. Aycr & Co., DR. OWKN'H Tne burning love or two young hearts spontaneous combustion. Washington Btar Is a case of I I tt T-a- PnttnxESS and purity are Imparted toth complesion bv Ulenn's Kulphur Soup Mitt Hair and Whisker Die, 0 cents. WonM-osrstreet railway equlnes can bo classed as horso chcstuula Piltsburcb Chronicle. For twenty flvoccntsyou can get Carter's I.ltUelilverlMu tho host liver regulator In the world. Don't forget this Onepllladose r Itcutrd of men aeem get "solid" comfort out of "liquid" refreshments. DanttlUo Urcoze. Its TuRlestcocgh medicine is I'lso's Cure for consumption, Sold everywhere, ay A STinLE ffovernmentmust Ilshed by good horse sense yuuo. N bo estah O, PJca C and fevcrrt mid curea Imbittial conrtipntton. Fynu of I;igi ii tho only remedy of its Kind oyer produced, pirating l thu tnslo nuit to theetomnch, pnnnjd in )U action nnd trulrlot:oficiniiniu cflecU, preparM only from the most health aud ttcawthlo eulriUlirca, tts many oirellont qualities onv i end it to all nud liavo mado it tic most popular remedy known. Fvrup of Fign is fur salo in 50c and 2l tattles ly nil leadinpdrtig-- v sLL Any rcfiahlo druggist tvho fny not havo it on hand till pro-- c to it promptly for any ono who Do not accept vuhes to try it. Ahyimbfditute. CALIFORNIA SAM dicU colds, ELECTRIC BELT va.rvx tt. ijejt-jipf- t. PATIHTt AUC. 18, 1187, IwsievteJvlv 1ILT iSS "2iJj SremRmMKk ;VaHo scsrzxsoRT OALVSKlCBOOr i ! 30.1880, WMtm& w ah LsiaV.OiarsI t fltllts, nau sb4 rrrt vtwnj, a aT I A m PUtsifS. V TU Alt' sjrttitTO Rsiroxiixti risTiifloa ?? . OR.OWI LLtUiniU inoyiLUSiraairut. Alsonn Eleotrlo Truss4 nnd Belt Combined. kMb,tUfM kUbvl IM S4S.. rr f4Tf PUrJvJ.iAMs iTsr slssls Urs. JTV. H.rri ki.itu.. irrrtuM.. . Lll.. al WitJ V a 9 3 & riiiu J ri rtitlHt.t Ar4 HSirlftllitlStf. MtUSIlHM co. owu iKiT ft ArnurcK rti-cTRi- XAUItt, MO. SO0 Nerlh 20 UrM4wsr. 2Vr TOSJC CXTT. Br"T.aT I BORE WELLS Oar MjVICIC MONEY! FI0 SYRUP CO. I None crjual A ma Tanslirs Punch" 5c Igar IRAhCISCO, CAL tl kUrhln art ikcmtt ! I.ITPCIMI i miLItlLV.Pl Thld i MOlt IIHOHk'iM 41 1 h.Uiiltl I'llttrlT of morbid taites tho auctioneer Harrurd Lauiuoou. THt MARKETS," eCholrollutchers uomraon. iiuuH flood paekers d iir N'o Cattle Cmcwuyi. Jon tt IW 3 4 ST. a 2 T5 T5 (O ( U) 3 7') HI aSC. To ass bsks sasa sr hbbt bsbbs m si UMthsbXIAILSlZi:(40 llttl tsnstothbo-tls- t ths most ronte otsot suit all sgss. Thr tit rricorithr sits, .' cnu ioiue. ftt A 17. 70. srarnrt. psaHslxofl&ls ptctuja for ctuU (coppsrs or stamps) J V BMITII A CO, Msktrsof Hits Utsns ML Loats. 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