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SALE 6ILLS, ENVELOPES, Jackson Street pext door lo OitrlUU. CEORCE WARREN, Editor. I? WESTERN KENTUCKY. u 1890. LETTER HEADS, - 4 DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC , 3(5. 41 Prlcoor Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. CAitt- KSTA STIIAN0K BUSHED 1851). HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, TUB DniDOH DUOICB, VOL. Xli0. 1 MWp ETC ; " CALL AND SEE US. GATIIEKINQ. A MINER'S KRltOK. A Btroftlc of Firo Shoots Througat A,' -- S. P -- -- tho Numbor of Tou Tliounanci now 101 years old. Mi'Miu.v crop nro reported ruined by Aitemlilo In KrrrlvM Trrnln.fnt Krom m delay of tho seasonal rains. rrU.t froilllrd With I'oMti.lnj HbfimM. Hn!flr Ih nnuonneod Ui Mlrnrtilniu Tuttrn. oomo to Atnerlen In ?tolor. At thci nosiest iolht Aula and Alskn At least 10,000 AnilctfNlnoor'ofrom all parts of tho country gAthrtM nt Tsthsr aro'absut fnrtyflvo miles apart J,hi:s II MiriiiHiac, tho actor and Molllngor's church, In AllogUnyCity. render, ha loft HihUhi for liln hum In Pa. i on tho 13th, to lm beska audlako part In tho celetratlon of St. nthonys Ohio. Pay. It was a curious assctoMoge of Hup vino In Puynllup, Wash., recently grew thirteen Ineho In lour iron tho lame, deaf And blind, lWn together by tho reports of lUth- r Mollln hour. Wilson are so numerous In Mm low-o- r ger's miraculous cures, Th amicted bogAn to Arrlvo the dar jKifoto, llotue of Cniigrnt a to eauso and at night five thtssanl wcro Mim Tiinxaht, who Is pre- nily tr camid about tho chuttti, sleeping Iterorne Mrs. Stuhley, U a dewvcndjuH ol on Aoors, door steps poshes and. tho gfound. Tho flcrvlccs Uati at Cromwell. nrl w..r eonUnuM all day and A rmcAoo judgo hat duoovord a Iaw Thousand which forbids Mr mil on to enter a burn- - until lain In tho ovcnlng won unAblo to gAln adn slnn to tbo Iff tilt l.llni church, nnd all day Iboy stoJ (nlbo "Q rwfAtVJ1J'ir I'MflTTTiTfa fflffl wHI Pi msiwi sumo chicken. :w ii iii : wh v as priest. And does not cUlm sihy inlrac- TltK King of StAin has a prlvatt for ...priii'iP IlUk IB It llllll WHMI r tunc of 550,000.000, with an animal faith coupled with work. Heclurges in,ooo. nothing for his proscriptions, but few Tin: ox Emperor of Rrnsll ha mado loft without giving to tho cliurcb from tip his ml ml to settle In tlio nolirhW-boodo- f twenty-flvcents to flvo dollars. Urn In day-bmaI ngunt Tuk Unhcrsily of North Cnro Sciit'iu U now a steamship fho Lamo, Doar nnd nilndj to And About Twrnlr-I'l- t IVriiini aiitl MalniPil. llrnhfd rt There was asorious accident Sunday evening at Royorlo Park, a sumnr in tho southern part of Clotoland, O. Atloast Avo thousand people had tho Shaft, It I'rnoi KimI In i:tul, Ntnrtlna nfirUarratlon TI1UI7 3lrn tuinhrl Ullh No Hop. of Uetcur, sullen, shivering roar shook tbo lowly miners' dwellings on Hill Farm, lu Fayetto County, nvar Dunbar, Pa., and A iMhMftM4rirfi3Mwf iii - r. IB AVabinCton nvry t)Ar STOIIM AND FIOOD. of which aro nt tho antlor from to 1'nRUtni forurnamnU. TrrtnrHilftu I'mII uf Uirr Cfiur Orrr flow (if tNrw lork tnnna, A rAitMMt Siting near Atchtaon will A storm psed through Central Now harvest 6.9M boxos of ftraHbrrla from York ami did gront d .mage to enips, tlrwt-nrr-o yoar hw roal irh. roads aimI Um1 $60 from a ftlnjrl At Norwich a largo mert. ami tho Ti:x ttlllloM jounjr HbHnflli from tho portion of tho town (iornrNHient KUh llntrhory havi Won water was several feet d p In a portion of u feiwn tlsat bad n r outflowed pUoOtl In Iftkf and MTlirUiii Ifoforo. At Onolda the entire eastern 15,(HW(KJ Moro art) to follow. of the town nan subniergirf, tho lart Tun Mrry 'l'hoag ht Urtoch U an novelty, tbo diwtjrn cmNtln of a wafer liehig four feet deep en Uw first floors of residences. '1 he OuUrio and !n old, vlth a tiny Ufa's trtoh-bondoTo workl In tl la moods rehed on oho Western trsoka for a dlutMo of M'turnl tnllna worn under waIt iinllt In rejft-o- d rm. that miidh of It i washed away, Two boy worn arrontiM In Altfhny le delde--l City, Va., for ftUmllnff on tltt w though that can MR tho water suhvuh. A larirn U AimU ner on Smly wbltllnf h, noj,' Tho ohnrgn nns dtMmlurljr eon toantltjr ..: luitl-- .i Idigetl wnahtMl sway, and ooplo wore to learn duct TiiKiti; ha.just lwon untollod At ChAt-hat- their home In boats. Tun damage wilt -i vnrr larn. At KoUttlln In MsiHon KnfflAnd, a atntHn to Hrnrrai ftor County, a ssw-raihorse-Itar- n plan Vh& anln dnn, tho horo of tho SmuUn. ami aovttral slie!" wero washol Joot M ronfOftontwl on the lcU of a awny by tho flood, as is aIm 20,000 camol. ot lumber. Tlo Irss is largo, &i A I'lrTMiritfliiRit, bolnff nkwl by tho !cct most of the buildings wirn nearly now cvmiu jiUinTtor for Uto MjwofpaWn snd l'ho Kri canal In sev trado or vMtnttlon of hi wlft ah jiro. ornl valuable. tlaeos orortlowod IU Innkn. vlJtsl In Quoolion Ifl, rojdlod: "Homo Central llmlon track at Wosl Romo rulor. wero causing yoitTillNi Hko iotlo Justlco 0Tcr lay ofIiadly suhutercd Krery town n do oomo hours. In tho took tho two MOArt 'lVxntM who roekM central cttuntles rojxtt some damage tho aklfl tbey nero Into acaro a from tho storm. nro dronnod and ho Thoy Cbcapvd. Sbocklnf Sulclds. A tnrrlblo suicide A Ciunromi County, To,, .lorsoy caw urred In Hurling took a fanoy to tho fresh paint on tho ton, Ia. An old inn, Jiw Settle, ol fonco In which tho lovlno uan fasturtHl nisdstene, 111., whownitto Rurllngton and licked oil a aulllclcnt quantity to on business, was foitn In ho "Q.Mynrd with his hoad sovoreifrotn tils body. Ho kill h..r. A 5300 wnst;r.:;T li to bo creeled had laid his nock arro tho rails with h at on co owr tho ifrnvoi of thlrtorn Iwly outside In fruit ef a barking unknown Union aoldlura who worn witch engino. Shnrilr aflor hU death a message addressed him, from his burli! toother In tho comotory at son at (Redstone, was recoUcd, asking Mo. his wife was s Diu LANCABTKtt, tho eminent Lomlon him to return homo a nurfroon, hnn cnrotuily nnalyd tbo Ikvly of man uolghhi 1M ivtuiul?, and Cadsts Api)0lnlfd7 llndi 131 toundft of tho total wolght was The Secretary of War has appointed composed of w a tor. tho following named cadeUat tho Nett Tim two HteAtnaf which toned tho Point Military Academy Richard t crlppltnl City of 1'arJA into Qneemtown Mayo, of Virginia; P O'llorn, II Arbor havo boon Awarded 810,000 by tho Now York, with J. A. Ronestrel, Mter-nstRnglUb Admiralty Court. Tho baiU of Francis L Parker, South Carolina; compulation U property sau'd; no Henry H. Hornbrock, Indiana, and Ab U taken of tho live. K. Saxton, Nevada. AN oar of oorn on exhibition at Snn Boo AM Indtetmeats Dismissed. Luis Obispo, Cab, Is described as being Judge Cowing, In tho Court of Oner-a- l In tbo oxACt form of a human ha ml; thf Sessions, Now York, dismissed the wrist, palm, thumb and lingers bulng aU perfect. It Is covered with small ffratti Indictments against John ICeeiian and Alderman Ronry L, Sayles, to near tho tips of tho Angora, which Aro baro prongs of cobs, wiving tho baud tbo They wore charged with bilburv in hav In a m It, ing participated in thn steal of iho pponraco of being rbnl IIk.iie Is n cheerful responno to tho Rroadway railroad franchloo. conaus enumerator, given In Flushing, Not in Tavor o( Annsxation. h, 1. 'ChrIstltin name, Rachel; ur Hon. Oliver Muwatt, Premier of On name, Stlllwagon; head of tho familVt am ft wit! 'V! tho mother of seven chil- tarlo, ays thero is no Nontiment for dren; havo been 101 joar In tho Cnlted annexation In Canada. If a change put fltatos." She declined to uuswer whether docs come, It w ill bo Independence from ho bad any chronic disease, or w bother (lioat Rritaln's control-ri- ot annexation to tho United States. ho was mortgaged. Rids for a number of now naval A Census DsvslopinTnt. cruiser wero opened In Washington, a A census enumerator at Richmond, few day ago, Including proposals for Va., has found a colored woman named tho construction of the largest Mp ever Martha dray who has had thlrty-soudesigned for tho Navy. After a while children since IWJ8. ShohasgUen birth wo shall bae a navy worth looking nt to triplets six times, to hx times and admiring. and to sewn others Mnglo, She is now day living with her third hiisbind, and ol relates that one Mil. HrAMi.HY while conversing with a friendly tribo, tho thlrtysovon cblldrun but ono stir during bin reoent travels, ono of llio vivos. . chief present lncitlt imI how many wives Tin Odlumbt Biats iha Rsoord. ho possessed, Vh) Mr. Stanley tuno Tho has iiioilo tht rrntly lotlylug that ho had mine, all oyago slpatmihlp Columbia to New Yurie Iroui Stiutoainiiiou t so proaenl tdood up like ono itinu, lu klx das, flfteoii houn and llftyono and unanimously oxohlinthl; "What boconds, actual sailing tlmu heating all Hail" iplondM record 8. In Orccon shall lo deslralde. ReMvd, That Tuc Original P.ltav- tho nfmrt tbo National Society of tho Smi of to 1m jHihUhtl at tho AmerlcAn Involution hsroby rechoon for a Old OrthaoU 31., during tho eomlnj quest that on tho coming Fourth of July all bands of intslc throughout tho autnmur A4eii TiiKdty rminell vf thnCltyof Moxloo Pnltod States In parades, public asom-blb'mid nil pUres of nmupttirnl, shall an oH In a hat making It Mm )mltry po ihM mI iutAilm to confine themselves to placing our national and patriotic airs In Cornell-ane- e rar pARUtooiia. with tho spirit and of Tim K'Iait W ike IhirUtiR roiitly tratelod 1,9B4 mIIm to jwtwnMt imwimw tho aIkho resolutions, I Lerebv nxNm-menall State societies of thn Nn of klly toQiHn VlctrtaUiH(nrt itioawur-tn;th- r tho American Rrvolntlon win in tho frrtacroM. lliuu, U llMflnt to ratify Um rwm lltnlU ofoftho Cnltod Status to oIm rvo tho 4th day July. ISPO.br appruprU'eilom-oH'trntlon- s Con mrmlatton of tbo and oxorctses, snd I nihfrrtM that all llorwallonal dUpuU ho il meetlHg. orations, musloaud ionfs, kcttlM by arMtratlon. making especially prwiUa&t Atbfnnl In fmdon ii cu ifttd la alww tli dltbthriA and ovfinta uhtcli oulmluaU! In iurU an Indnpendfinco. Our Neity from bman trnU anJ carry tbr4t educator In Mtrlotlsm, and IL flrat mho to boaltliy ru0. duty Is to ltn)roM upon the minds of VtAMixtr. NmMTihAi who Iwifwr that. In order to nutUiiun nam by br heroin work In our br our thtHo4tluU durlfif tho Crimean War, can (lovernmnnt In Its Integrity. Amert Infttltutbth otust bo maintained In U noartHi: Ww TOth yoAr. Tiimt are about a thoaftaml tdk kllloil tholr simplicity and parlt 1 Aitilltliuial 7.rt lu ! Glvrn lo the Celrtra linn oflnilrponilriit lAf Tho Soul of tho American IU vrdutlw. sre preparing to celebrato tbo fourth ol July In all tho States and Torritorles, Tho following letter ha been addroAod by William So ward WobK the I'rosldent Oeneral, to all tbo presldmts snd oRl cers of HtAto societies: "At a meeting of tho board of mangers of tho National society, Sons of tho Amri Iran RotoIu tlon, held In tho onico of tho President General on the 31st day of May,16'J0. tho following resolutions were unanimously doptrd: Resolved, tist tho Natiunal Socio ty of tho Sons of tho American Revolution reootntnend tho several Siato Tut; gravu of a HtUo aen of JnlTonton soeletlns to take such action for tho celDavIa. In lUchmetvd, U dwkM lth ebration of tho eotnlng fourth of July f.owttr otry Jay by an oW gontlnrnAU ss shall best serfo to perpetuate and in of tbaiefly. tho crtAso lovo of Independenco StUMU U the Iran klngof Uitrmany, throughout th nation, snd that tbo lie own rnorfticrtis f(MiivlrIrti At Nun Acting President General shall havo Ulrrhn, thrruover nlno tliouoAnU men tbo authority to take such Action as Tiirs Oavmun Etnpercr models hit as cloIy a jiosslblo after that of hi ctHHtlfatlior. I .Alio u stranberrlo ami Ihlnly-allrf- l im nmm, trvnd tofothor with cieam ml sugar, Is a KuIthoh Wh.u Ol tin had an electrie railway built for bringing dlthea from the kitchen Into the alato dining room. A max, bis wtfo a ton children aro living In Atlanta. U,f on Sift a ntontlu Out of thtt they Iiavh to ay muo rent, A cimiix of (irand HntW tiamMl 1). J Itooniltik wearsui his watchehain a wal which ha4 a rworJ of owr 900 bsnd-wrltfflg Hint IVIneo Murat Is engaged to a wealthy Vuttian with a fort mho of 5(HM),ooa Ii V li mi a. Is nowannouncod o WILL BOOM THn FOUnTIL rrit J yra. lfr nd S Intf-ntlo- d iatt 1 at tllil ad oat It was'lel, h trt n-- n, l- Tq com-raJ- f dy-in- o; brt le & tlns hundreds of nflrlghted persons, who knew thu sound too well, feared another tutno disaster, and they reasoned far too well. In a moment tho fearful now'S had spread that tho Hill Farm Mines, owned by Philadelphia parties, had exploded. Tho hill from which the slope entered shook from mouth to pit, and tho scoro of miners house lining tho fatal hill shook Corn moment, and then inured out their j Itiiiittlvt) (muled by tho A dreds. rush was mado to thq mouth of the pit, hut Ingress was impossiuioas amojeo I I ir iltrhli(iu - denso tnUillv lliatMlivl .v.'.& -- 1- u..,u.:.ibiM. ..- inmm b PJpUisJ)UM :.- -: r 7rr.7""7TTTtwwT' nau io go io a nopitai, Following Is a cm bad go no to workNn tho Tfcs WW rpono vj p.-to- r darwerepnfWd. Uflt of tJ0 0rlously injured; rrjard to beT products and their Jnmrs And wero In the slope when the expres Vest la A conference was aslied Sanford, fifty-twyears, right leg frac sion occurred, ur theso fifty two, expert wf bilk snd, tured and lntornal Injuries, probably eighteen woroln tho loft heading and on Uie iwniloa appropriation pension bills,aftr adprivate seveoty-nvpatslnf fatulj Rudolph twenty-eigh- t Woodrick, thirty-twIn thn right bonding. 'lUoso journed. years, right leg fractured In tho loft heading got out all right. JIOtHK Th HeaKcrannouniru nvvvwu a snd Ruhead bruUed; Mrs. Tho retrv.it of tho others was cut oil and u en tot Mr. Mifls. of Texas, as Mr. member of Turner, of the Conrntttee oil Rules, and dolph Woodrick, splno and shoulder not ono escaped. Theso two di,fts ftnember of the Corawlttoe hurt; Jesso Caldwell, seventeen years, aro connocted, but tho connection Oeorcta ss a ind flll va-- ' to Mean, on anklo fractured and arm badly Injured. Is from tho main atom, some half imlu canelei ftS occif ioned by "tho reslnaHoo of Rrlha Mum tor. Aftcen years, right hip from tho entrance. Tho mine, It seems, Mr. Carlisle, 0 Kentucky. Mr. Merrill (Kas.) reporter the Senate fractured and Internal Injuries. Anna bad Wn somewhat troubled with presented lbo'onfcr?ncflreport was agreed eas Thoman, fourteun 3 ears, right Ankle wster. And an air shaft had been drilled dependent til The Stewart (Vll presented Mr ll nar broken. Msry Thoman, twenty-twfrom tho surfaco to tho Juncture of ths the conferce report on tb Henate years, bark snd head Injured. Cnknown right snd left shafts, whoro the water went orer without action until bill, d the Route adjourned. man, leg broken. Had tho seemed most nbundast As tho miners Edbridgo broken over the lako thn 111 of branched off from this point they knew WAStimTo. June It SRNAtr.-resolution, which went oxer doad would have been alarmingly large. thst an air holo had been drilled thcro munds oncd appointing Hdward It. Valentill of the Penst, to taVo that had not yet Wn brokon into the tine Bernnt orJSune 30, IWHl Mr Morrill pave notice SENSATIONAL DISCOVERY. mine, but they did not know that the office onlonday next he would call up the Sen Chimin nmrtaU llerlar Tlial Ilhrasnt shaft was to bo broken Into so aoon. this thatbtln relation to the agricultural colleges, holo, ate wdild address thf Senate tbrreon Among Meat U rrrpaml for !Ul In the I Ionic shaft, by tho way, being a and A miner named ICerwIn had Wn left In Markrt. the blp reported from coinralltecs and placed With Inspectors known to bo watchtho right drift noar w hero that branch on thcalCndar were two Senate bills lo ainud ing In tho alaughter-hous- o of Jacob joined tho mine's exit, and In tho th rATramT liwi Mr riattenvo notice that of bill for Usss, Chicago, to pre out tho surrepti- cow r no ol his labors broke into be wtJld call up thosilver bill the admission Tho conference Wyoming after the tious preservation nf the meat 'of Itimpy-ja- a the perpendicular shaft. Tbo moment repo-- t on the dependent pension bill was rattle, tbo forbidden practice was this was broken Into, a flood of water The allver bill was taken up, Mrti. t Tending dUeovercd in full blast-s- o at least tho gushed out, and Kerwln and a n.an Kvsra and Vance speaking.adjourned. Mr. remarks the Senate representatives of tho board of health n a toed Landy standing by, yelled cit na8E The Speaker laid before the Home a department declare. Tbo Inference for so mo ono to san tho men In tt.o from Mr Mills rTex.) rusUnlnf his drawn Is thst at cheap prices, but all right drift, as tho water poured down lette tha Committee on Hules. to which tho tainted meat was to bo mar- the hill In a stream, and ho feared they he vaa apjTotnted yesterday. The res'gnatlon profit, keted through tho peddlers In tho Arti- would drown. Young David Hayes, who wn accepted, and Mr. McMillan (Tenn.) lo fill the racancr The conference san districts In Chicago. Apparently each had seen tho alTalr, leaped forward at rejected, and a t bill on Ibe eloyatorloadof meat, lcforo being hoist the call and turned down tho loft drift net conference ordered. was conference re The slaughter-bous- e In a delugn of water to warn his endaned to Iho upper floors of tho po-- on the military academy bill was agreed V. yrnslons for destruction In rendering vat, gered comrades below. Ii unreal Just as 'io itM wasdeHclency bill for agr culturaland the taed, The at 5 p m. a recess was for a moment lowered to tho base passed the nir shaft that had Wn bill wa passed, and nmnt and tho hindquarters, tho most broken Into, the rush of wntors had wis takon until p. in., th night teuton belyr valuable meat, secretly unloaded, after changed to an ugly roar which blanched rnted to unobjected bills from tho Commit we Commerce. whleh the elevator was again smarted the cheeks of tho men who stood beupward to the rendering vats. Just hind and towards the light Tbo flow ?i Washinoto'c, June 11 Prscstk Th reo lilon offered yealrrdav tv Mr Kdmunds, ap twenty seven hundred pounds of the al- of water had changed to a deadly o pdnting IMward IC Vaienllne Secant leged disco! meat was found bidden of and as young Haves ot tho fienate. wa taken up ach agreed away In Uie ttavement, Tho discover? swung by the shaft a flash of blazing to, in amoodme nt ofl'red by Mr llnrrl. subtl-tulnWall, ol Tcnnev the name of IInry was made by city oftlrlals, and Is ltolng light Mid through the shaft from ond ro I down. Mr 1'ad tee used by tbom to up)MM--t tholr end, tt seemed. The daring jouth car- dockhaving beem llrl ulod several tclfgrttms had received Sbld chargn that tbo State Insjicetor are ried an open burnluir miner lamp in frun Montana In rcanl to outrages by tho If not corrupt, and that the Inhis hat, and bad hardly takon a step Ch?ycnno Indians In that State nnd aekel th Affairs spection should bo dono by tbo city. tho roaring shaft when tho spark Oulrmau of tho Committee on Indian by that telitr Ukrn ITSCtbr ny action Ignttod a rosonolr of the deadly Mr In relation to the inuHrr. Chsleta In 8pMn. and be hank a rurpso ton f et to- ft&mlltee toeuii to respond to tho Question, Uvrt bad wero nine dwitlm from eholora There ward tho men whom he hnd hoped tosavo bit on tho tiffKCitlrHi ef Mr. llutu that thcro In Puebla de Rugat. Seven freh emw whom he had certainly vr only a few ho irs left for it discussion of are rfrteil of tho Inhab and the men aboweil to go silt tr bilk tho nmtler wr doomed. In an instant an unquenchable The haiance nf the day itant bate fled from the town. The flro n prang up the ct nlno foot eln Just was tul on Iti" silver bilk finally lubttltullng in first rose appeared a month ago, the victims all tx'ing re ahi en U of a street between the main entrance, and on the ihe bul of tbo llouso for Its own, and postponolT tho in the eoie of the debate until next wek. which had leeu ojKmeil up for paving right drift, forever shutting thirty-twIlnrsr. After the reallng of the Jo irnal, the men Imprisoned there. Poor Seven death havo occurred At Monti whole on tlio of eni old Daid lUys, the father of tho mis- Hnu civil Into committee bllL the Goodnight, Mr appropriation eholso, a .illage near Puebla de Rugat, iiiry taken hero, drh en luad by tho fato of Krntue-kyto alrlko out the clane f moved and sot en fresh casos Aro reported his son, dashed Into the sulphurous miU'ngapprfrnallon for tho Irrigation survey. there, smoke and htrangllng only to A'u r debate Mr UoodnlgbtB motion was rv Without completing the .te.l 1 to 67 JWfuasd to Answer ths Qusttonf fall, blindly, beside bis Mm, nnd to bo ot the Ull the commltlee roe At (Irand Rapids. Mich., Mrs. Mary drawn out an hour later, with James r the Hou took a recess, the t veMltg se- Holland was arrested for refusing to an- Shear n, Iwith reeognlred only by tholr anl u te for consideration of private pension swer a rensu enumerator and driving when. The lire, fanned by air from ti v J AaitQTOV. Juns K Sbmatc -- Hills him out of Lor house with an axo. She the main drift, and from tho fatal shaft S 11 a To ameftd the laws rrlat ng to admitted thorhargo, but said he Insult- ItM'lf, Moon sprung into an awful confla- . Hmds, making the signature of Mim rtvennc ed her bv asking her If herhusVaud was gration itiem1er of a firm bimllng on all iba rnein black, a homolo uper, prisonchild. Nn, to provide for the elimination of crrtatu or conUct. and she would not stand Bslglans Gobbling: Up American Contracts. er of Ihenrmy, and to regulate promot'ons A decided ttetiftiilhiti that from any man. She was held for among Pittsburgh iron hit Innm tUVtWl tl em. to carry out the tlndlncof thorouriof nnd steel manuthus. In the rae rf James II Dennl ($3,ft,) the grand jury. credit facturers by the olfer of a Relglum Iron f r work on the TenneMCO rher; lo ?2&l MiJr Wham. Army 1'iiymusler, with Arm to supply thn structural Iron neces ChlM'a Okod-br- a Wh U Drow.ilnr. funds, of which ho was rohl'd In e (Hle Pritchanl, Rtfisl U jears, was s.ir.v for the new at MJuno i.ioi mrent May, lfcSJ. After tho pk.ige of Anrna In drowned while lwthing in (irand rher, npolts 25 iter cent cheaper than it could rty Are prliato enloii bllla. the enate Palnosvllle, (. Tho fno use of dyna bo furnished by Pittsburgh manufacturnit Into ciccutive session, and soon art j inn el. mite has filled to brlntr tho txidy ers, Tho cuutract Is a large ono n,nsr Conforvft ere appointed on lli being tho estimated cost. Alto tho surfae4 nnd It Ii feared It has trust bill. The sundry civil service bill gone tow ail the lake p, m While being ready Helglnns havo secured contracts when eiloltt onstdered until the oilrionl tdte iUltt-- to a for structural iron at Houston and Aus r !"!lvered fn memory of the latonmuel J hweptthmii in all until adjournment. Addieasra wxro little Ihjv, who had tried to sae her, to tin, Tex. n .. ly Messrs. Ituttrrwor h (O , WfflUrai , a she wa toll her mother Md , Hunnell Stanley to D Governor of Congo. fUdcr (Pa.). McCnmas Va., McCreary drowning. Mills iTex.l, OiN rno Mmn Henry M. Stanley has lieen tendered () Krrrali lVa.k lluchamn (N. V ). Ter K OU in 111 J Cnurcli. nnd haftiiecoptid tho (Sovornor-dcnora- l Manaur (Mo,), Caswell (Wis), npo tho Foreat tiroio ship of tholongo Free state. Ho will IP t untA'ft. RaUcU (PaKCoicrt (N. V) and Three months Oil. Presbyterian Church at Chartiers, near lint enter unm Ms dutiei until tho bo Pittsburgh, Pa., wn a modest little ginning of IM'l, unless bo bhotihl ho Wasiiimiton, June lft. Sevatk. Another t Mil was granted, with debt and A meager attend- called upon to assume thorn earlier by ri.i.Frr.;.ct ca the Hanks ance. Some of the elders after a hard King leopold. After his marriage A bill was Introduced to retire General Mr. Oanlei n1ilrerd lh General. fight succeeded In gaining a permit to Stanley will proceed to the United on silver Mr Alllion followed. A iite OR States where ho will remain until sum drill an oil well on tho premises. n ral disi'osalon occurred, participated la Iff was found In abundance and tho llttlo moned to enter upon ofllco. Messrs Vest, Kuslis, Teller and Kdmuads. No Afler ur. rmrtil was reached about n votep. m. na- church wa sold out Wily to tho Standcxeeuiio session Iho fcnuto ato Bottled Be- -r an Original rackage, ard Oil Company for cash. .linlwn Vm fin mtnlimil n dnrlatnn I, (.uinieX -. o.ljr.n.1 c.m, at .udopend. , A Puol on Horseback. Chns Fulsen and Robert Kukstcln, em which ho holds that, though , , mprtation bill una considered In Commit teo two farmers, living near Akron, Kan., beer bo shipped In cases, n bottlo of it 0f ibe Whole Messrs K N. Murrlll, ot Kan-i- f Imhmiho engaged ill a ijUaiivl wbllo goaiilosl. Is an oriclnai larknirc. lie s nr.dA I. Penraon, of lVnnsylvanlo, cro . t - V. Il.,.1n ! ing to rhliivh. They emptied their lurtiier iiohis mat a man, 10 miji oripi of the Sold crs Homes. Ol motion of hut before tho last shots were tint pachages, must have them hent t Ohio, an amendment was offered and fired, both bad fallen from tholr horses him fiom outfttdo of tho Stato, and nt crenl ofl to make a ipectfte appnpriallon fei helpless. When found, half an hour pot thorn of another person inside tho ttaeli nar. A elau rHM!! t Imunlv was ro later, Fcksteiu was dead. Fulsen died State. Jected. Tending action tho llouso adjourned otV-Wp-. m within two hours. Contracts for tho Hlg Cruisers Awarded . New Items. " Tho Seerotury of tho Navy b.eilir' Killed by s mow. Wm. Rkbi, ho Is nt tho head of a NrarljOulHvilloW Walton struck with etl tho aw aril of tho conlraot th' Is negotlntlng for tho 11 nrintitt'd oruU r tn Vb Crt"ip Hrltisb sjmllcate, hlsilataud killed Kerrtck. Roth purchase of Cbbugo packing hounes. wero hands on thn farm of John Kurfcss , Sons, of rhlladelphta, at tht ir bid of Tiik Tresident has aiproed tho cusThey tjuarrolcd oersomo trlial matter, SJ,0s00n, and tho contract for 11 V'1 toms administratis bill. and n light ensued, lu which Walton ton cruiser, Xo. n, to iho t'nieu Iron Tin: Kngllpb llouso of Lords has destruck Kerrlck In tho stomach, causing Works of San rranclnco, on tho in prt cided that women can not bo members a runture, front which dMth ensued u inont's plans nnd siwclflLMttoiis, at ti.dr of county 00 u or Us. and that all such few hours later. bid of 5l,Tl,0X)0. election aro Invalid. Thk amount of money carried from Prohibited, The War Cloud Paisd. American Tork various parts of tho Timed States by to tho State Dopjrttm nt tho malls to Niw Orleans for tho a recent comersatlon with a memFrom reports In ber of tho Italian Chamber of Deputies, It appears that tholinHirUtionof i"er s company Is ovor twenty-flvPremier Crispl declared that I tuly re- lean pork Is prohibited by tho folh whir a uar. Tour National Ranks of I iiikm, Now Orleans aro agents for cashing lations with both Franco and Russia eountrloH- had become cordial, and that thu opocli (lermany, Italy and tho Ottutiun dt prizes. In tiimviviM inombors of tbo Army of of Ruropoau dllllcultles had passed, minions. It Is subject to inspe(ti" Arknnsas mot in Washington and organ-lieand a long period of pcaco was guaran- Spain. tho Society of tho Army of Arlcan teed. Pesperste Rattle. sas, with (ionoral Reynolds as prcst Explosion of At Hrookaldo, n tninlnjr village fl'eon dent. Srcrotnrien Noblo and Ruak aro mllos from RlnnlnRbuni, Ala., a f it.i fi 'bt members. Thrco hundred quarts of 'Ro oxplodcd at Cnstleman fc Co.'h fac- ocoutred between tho nogro niii Tyiiogrnphlcal Tim International mo Union, In session nt Atlanta, (la., sustory, three miles 'from Kind I ay, ).f miners, resulting In tho klllinrf wrecking tho buildings. Tho shock was negro, tbo serious wounding of an 'f'Or, pended Its rules and passed a resolufelt for forty mllos, and was by many and a desperate street battle, in which tion flooring tho proposal copy-riglaw. supposed to bo nn earthquake. ovur a hundred shots wero llred Tin: Oniclal Oazotto of tho City of A Mouutsln Feak Disappears Moxico, referring to tho California flll Thlevlns Miners. Ono of tho peaks of Mount Shasta has busters, says that tho Government of Tho Michigan Mine, nt Marquette, its nbsoneo frn iR'W tho United States has taken steps to Mich., Is said to han been robbed of disappeared, thoroughly investigate tho matter and $80,000 worth of mineral by tho minors, created somo anxiety at Redding I dllf, to guard tho frontier. who secreted It In trunks and rnrrled It Tho top appears to lo cut sbor ir I'Im HhniMKXTAilVK known to oxisf in tho ttioky, IntrodiiiMMl a Wn.so.v, o: Ken away. Kmployes aro now required to has long been hill which provlden change their clothing before leaving tho crator, and tho formation of th alloy that all laws or parts of laws which lm of 'hanlc poso n tax 011 any kind of bgindy dispremises. and rldgos below aro partly origin. tilled from peaches, applos, grapes nnd A Heavy Hitter. other fruit be repealed. The Citr's L'fe In Danger John McCauley, t river man, nnd AnTiik FieWlnulgo Zoltung says gus Smith, a powerful trims worker, got Tho liondon News' Rorlln conesiond. the Kmtwor has infiued to assent tothat tlie Into a light at Phllllpshurg. Just below out h.ivs: 'Thu su roturabuig sutfgostlou thtit Prince RlNmaruk be Smith struck McCauluy a havo discolored a prosootiiial for divulging Statu bocreU, upainsl tho Czar's llfo. Tim ! blow that broke, his neck, killing him Tin: Kgyptlan cotton crop is ory porlal Talaco attlatchlnalsuudormluoj. promising. Instantly. Smith gavo Ijjmsulf up. d assembled to son n man Jump from a cablo stretched across a tnlnlaturo artificial lake. Pnopln stood all around tho lake, and a hundred or mom wcrn on a ahout ten feet almvo rustic tho ground, snd extending from a blull out ncross tho lake. Tho Jumper made the descent at about 0:30 dclock. He fruck tho water near tho shore, and thn eople on the brldgo mado a rush for tho place. Nearly all of them wero massed on a thlrty-Avfoot span adjoining the bin IT. Tho structure fell with a crash, going down In tho middle. Tho footpaths under the brfdgo wero crowded with people, and upon these thu timbers felt, while thoso on the hrtdifft weio thrown In a heap la thn center of thn span vyhoro It struck the ground. At least twentyAve arsons wero Injured, morn or less aerlously, but foot-hrldg- o lr.j i' r lit-r- l - r. Session. June 10 (HCfATC-AmO- Bg ths p) uons preientcd and referred was one from the New Orleans Chamber or Commerce ssklSg for an ai.proprlat on of U0O.C00 for ths Mtsttfiitinientof a leamthlpllne between tUw Orb m and ti,e west coast of AhIe On Mofriu. iho llouso silver bill vrasro-fe- r to the rnsnee rtftnnilttce. An order Kftsfcideliin(tlMrfdbatoattcr8p. m, Friday, to C4 minute ipoeehes. 11 flit -- Tho Speaker laid before the House a8"6l bllUmnrttorj of iho Internal Paued. It authorizes th'e Comsnls to WrmuUte roles !ontr sodfutattonsbr whloUbeer msr be carried fllrn frort the vats to the bottling departnrent wnlktpasilnethruueh the Iaterme4iate pro CSM(bAtnff drawn Into Vr. A Beaate bill wsKied chanitln( ths present system1 of drMhn? x on tlio ted ber and fermented rmlltltiK their exportation In bond In l lo same manner as distilled spirits are appropriation novtndlfd. The blllfaa ratted, and at 4ilJ p. m the Houe ad Jourkd jrlsuiNOTOfr, July 11 An adverse report &de on tho bni fer Cu? fbik3it tcans ca J'fsleVtatet sto, to abolish metal monty The "surer Dill was rcpma uwn w idtueatSi The alive r aDM wa ro-.- " . . w j rms- iH.hU intiiiii far iuiu nn VMIIK0TO;f( llrt ... o pad o o anti-Tru- d Mr. six-Inc- h pre-ea- Mof-gaa- n anti-trus- t appro-putlo- n A vol-uin- fire-dam- VS e tlrr-dam- p. Two-tlurd- s H-- o flre-dam- . rn-.- .- ( (Tif-r- s court-hous- 1 d giwal-bye- . t anti-trus- -- a ,rkPo j f- TZZ . lot-tor- y o mill-Ion- Austrla-Hunjrur- d e x Pttt-burg- wldo-spro- gencrous with thoso who wero one lu He armed against tho Nation, but who aro now an integral part of that Nation Miss Flokkuck Skyman, of Coving rrHriMftr Vl Its ton, qualified tho other day as a notarj If tho South loyally accepts tbo Ycr wonderfully Tbero M. Tonley as surety. pleasing to the public, with tho words of (Jen-or- diet of tho war, as It Is doing, tbo North Sho is the first young lady of that city Id' 'Tho pur will not orltlclso It for honoring tbo Palmor at who has been honored in that manner. tar-- o scr.atcrc memory of Its fallen chieftains, or ovon IKMO l At tho C. fc O. crossing, In Covington, hall bo maeyr?favHSlble, tnoir acU for occasionally bringing out its old an aged man, named James Oibson, was shall bo nHirP5Jt, ant thoy shall (lags, which toonltgbtoned Southerners aro no longer tho emblems ot un orisr by a freight train and cut In booftiieaio vwhmvt incm just as two. other peoplasSSjC73aiat U tho nurnoso treason, but tho souvenirs of a gigantic . This Owensboro Messenger says thai or tho raov W"Is to popularlxe nbUltfj. & V. TfHiuiw (Kp). t'io people in tho vicinity of Island, Itrd States." Scaftte tho A WORD ABOUT QUAY. County, havo organ I ml themselves 'candidacy Is based John M.UW Into ft law and order club, and have on tbo aioVs e. Ho has been TI10 Chftrfc! Wlitrlt tho republican flerusea to Answer. served notice upon a number of dlsreput-ablifmted Sfates Sonato nomlnatsM fat Kvldenco Is accumulating that Mat characters to mend their ways or by conTt4ft the poonle in ono movu themselves away. by the combined thew S. Quay has not tho slightest notion hundred eoumi News lias been received from Ktkton and unanl of delegates from of resigning tho chairmanship of tho Ro That to tho clTcct that Daysvlllo, n village all these Stato convention publican National Commlttoo. means that tho Republican party will noar there, haS beon entirely swept assembled spontaneous away by flro, which originated In a ularoall an Amor go into tbo noxt campaign commanded .. &' store. Svon buildings wora bjsnpdj rand In these days by a roan who has stubbornly refused to answer tbo following widely published loss not less than $3,000Twillr;i'o InDips, of trades and surance Origin ot tho flrfi not Vnowru t.iE25?-ffderollctlon, tho charges: Iilovc:i years ago Quay teck 2W,000 FoviiTii-CLA?ybo proporljf ro- postrnjuJs afpdlnlcJ" WnlSl?;1! from tho Pennsylvania State treasury. f J. nm anil a row daya ago for M U gafCieiU I nnd lnal t J namttllni Ho bad I tiil Johnson. Frozen Ciiisrf ffflrtufmii Caut , . ueans much. I " o A Rfl Z ijmiw.h. aanociatu in ty Mco J, C. FfIHy, ieinoed;JB Mitnr tt la TUftVoAYaVteri. auo vrnnnacupu. ono J, libfl tlmo, cashier old LJMrAi1iiMnn. rribrrleHMtMthburni l'endlWCwiar- Vds?Heftt-- J WvWfCft'Sl artioSioKtWt eJ S ty, tIco II. Fryer, resigned. peaceful a ran if lumsoix to uoatn. Amos v jy Majou Ati)isoy RrsT, for many yoars less radical and fundamental. Tho Fnltcd States Sonato must bo Noycs, the Stato Treasurer, died not a well known tobacco handler of Chrispoputariztd or tho government of tho long ago afterward, and his dearth wa.1 tian County, was taken boforo County to bis fear Judgo Wlnfree, adjudged a lunatic and peoplo will not endurvj. Devised at tho said to havo been duo largelydiscovered. tbo robbery might bo Ho was paralyzed lK'glnnlng as a body In which States that himself was sent to tho asylum. for months tho victim Quay a year ago and bad a second stroke, wero to bo represented, as an organizasince which time ho has been a belplcsi tion of wise and good men who would of guilty terror. A now Stato Treasurer Imsolemnly weigh all measures coming bad been elected, and expoauro was imbecile. minent A frlond who visited blm at Whim: I). K. Foyster, a brakoman on before them and as a conservative forco tho Lochlol Houso, in Harris burg, tho I & N. IL II, was standing on tho In a government romarkablo for lis found him drunk, and dobatlng top of a freight train at Crofton, tho checks and balances, It has ceased to whether he should cut his throat or cars suddenly moved, hurling him on hold In tho Federal system tho place jump Into tins Susrruehanna river. This tho track, nnd ho was run over by tho that was assigned to It Many of Its friend visited Don Cameron, laid tho wheels of several cars, which mangled members represent States no linger. caso before him, and that statesman, to his body so terribly ho died soon after. They notoriously ropresent railroads, avert a scandal which would havo done Joiix MrrciihM., a bridogroom of a mines, forests, mills and commercial great damage to the Republican party in week, committed suicide at Fords vll la combinations. Fleeted by tho uso of Pennsylvania, contribute over 5100,000 (iovr.iiNou Uvckxkh has appointed money, they do not recognUo any pop- to make up thudeficlt Tho rest of tbo delegates to represent Kentucky at tho ular authority, Thoy stand defiantly sum necessary was supplied by Quay Council for monopoly and privilege. Instead of and Walters. Quay secured avlndlca-tlo- n Farmers Congross to bo held being an organization of wise and conRlutfs, la., August 20 to W. by being nominated andelected servative men tbo Senate is as a whole o At Loxington tin) contention lo a body of violent partisan. Impudent to tho ofilco of State Treasurer. sBut It a candidate for Superior Court wantmoney-bag- s and subsorvlont toots of tho was not merely vindication Quy Judge, eamo to a conclusion. After 11 hra chanco at tbo tftntis 111 A that oppress tlio ed. Ho wauted another it, and availed thrco days work tt has declared Its InaKOt that bility to nomlnato a candidate, and has. people. IsTho need of popularizing well Mute J""0- nadttch a,CrC e"fll1l ?f,lt House Imperative Illinois is adjourned without dato, leaving it to and ly than before. To pay for the bonds tho oxecutho comtnltteoof tho district situated to inaugurate tho reform, and shares ef th," North Chicago Rail to call another convention or a primary tho honest and progrcs3lvo Democracy road Company bo took 400,000 from the ot this Stato Is peculiarly woll fitted to as It may soem best, to nomlelection Stato treasury and deposited it in the nato a Democratic candldato for tho of- illustrate a the determination and the People's Bank of Philadelphia. Willvirtue of free peoplo. fice. iam H. Komble, who had been parAs tho eador In this momentous Is a drunken row near Raywlck, tbo strugglo General Palmer will be en- doned a few years heforo by Quay's parother night, Eliot Perkins shot and in- gaged in a labor ontl rely to bis liking doning board, after having been con vlcted of bribery, was president of tbo stantly killed Jesso Do Spain. qualifiandfor w hlch ho has IIrnhv Chaw rout), wbllo assisting In cations Profoundly Impressed with bank. Tho $100,000 remained In tho carrying a heavy Iron bar at tho South-or- n tbo dignity of American cltlenshlpand People's Rank. Tho Chicago securities Iron Works, Louisville, slipped and with the importance of maintaining wero delivered to Quay, who sold them at a higher figure and pocketed tho fell beneath It and was crushed to every popular right, and fittingly profits and restored tho embezzled funds death. tho sturdy manhood and to tho Stato troasury." Albany (N. Y.) Chapman Cot eman, Fnlted States of American democracy, ho can secretary of legation at Rerlin,was mar- not fall in tho laborious canvass on Argus. ried at Frankfort on tho 13th to Miss which ho Is about to enter to raako an THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION, Mary S. Hondrick. Tho groom Is a impression that will extend far beyond l How !t Will ile bj tho Psss-- e grandson of John J. Crfttcndon and has tho lines of bis own Stato. Tho causo or the McKInlry UilL held his present position slnco Grant's which ho is to champion must trinmph Mr. McKlnloy and his bill are heartadministration. ovontually. Tho Herald believes that ily damned in' England and WashingKentucky Court of Appenls has will triumph now Chicago Herald. ton, and should be in Chicago. it Kvery tho death sentence on John C body In this city owes tho Ingenious URIAH HEEP WANAMAKER. Carter for tho murder of Wm. TrniTord, Mr. McKlnloy a largo and ineradlcablo at Ma) Hold. t?lr 1'nrt llrnuclit tn Mglit hy the Clt grudge for getting up and lobbying Factory. Mivs Ln.f.n: Ikwix Is a candidate for Inff itrln lloak through tho House ot Representatives Count School Superintendent of HarThe recent closing of John H'ansmak- - a measure calculated lo hurt tho din County. ers branch fa r jii Rcrlln brings to world's fair very seriously. McKlnloy A FAVoiiAnu: report was mado to the light somo vorv ugly facts. has In all probability mado such a House on a bill to pay to Mrs. W C. Lu It seems Mat whllo this. Christian muss of it with his Idiotic and useless cas S7.333 for the uso of her houses at statesman was posing as a model busi bill that Kngland will decline an inviDanville, as Kuspitnls during the war ness man be was having his work done tation to exhibit at tho world's fair on for Union soldiers wounded in battles by cheap white slues in fJonnany. At tho ground that her products, being a tlmo when be was boring Sunday-schoin Kentucky. virtually barred out of America by children to death with his stupid Tiik fifth annual picnic of tho Oddand his bill, sbo bas no reason fellows of Kentucky was given at the platitudes about tho blessings of Chri- for exhibiting them to American eyes. Itourbon County Fair (i rounds In Paris, stianity and the hipplnessofa virtuous Holland will probably decline also. Tho a few days ago, by Itourbon Lodgo No. life, bo was drning hundreds of girls to Increased duty on Sumatra tobacco will a fato worse thandeath by making them be a thorn 23. Fuliy 7,000 persons wero In attendIn tbo Netberland ance, and tho day was a most joyous one, work for an average wago of two dollars sldo bo very diffiwhich will and a half a week The fact also comes cult of extt action. and of great benefit to the order. Mr. Rlaluc, A man named Lewis, who recently out that tho conTartor made double tho who doesn't Hko McKlnloy, and who moved to Junction City from (Rasgow, wages allowed the girls, and the gar- was opposed to bis bill for party reasons ments wero sent to Philadelphia, whoro as well as from principles, has receivod was run down by an engine, on tho Cincinnati Southern, nt tlio former place, they wore sold it god prices for Information from a groat many of our This llttlo chapter representatives at forolgn courts, tho benefit tho other night, nnd so badly injured Is consensus of which Is that tho McKin-le- y shows how our Postmaster-Oenera- l that he Is not expected to recover. so liberally to tbo bill will mllltato against tho sue-coAn Fastetn syndicate which had an able to contribute fund. Re simply &in .ai-rof the fair more seriously than option on all tho street-ca- r Rues in Republican Mood and teirs of tho could havo beon Imagined. The forolgn Louisville accepted tho property on tho makes use of t!. power In a party governments and public hato really an poor to perpotuii" his 10th and made the first payment of ?500,-00exaggerated idea of tbo bill England on It. Tho syndicate h composed of of robber. "Whon Sehuvlt r Coif ax went down especially looks upon It as un almost I. W. Soligman Co., Kidder, Foabody Infamy and absolute severance of the commercial undnr a heavi r load of ts Co., and Rrown Iiros, v Co., of New tVvi ever dimned any relations botweon tbo two countries. Co., tho Flrnt bitterer curses York; E. W. Clarko public man, people National Rank of Philadelphia, and othor American Christian -- tatesman Tho McKlnle bill Is bad enough, bus hotiOtl others. Tho price is 51,000,000. J. IL businessthat pU; ed out Rut fraud not so utterly and deplorably comprc was honslteastho English Foreign Secro Speed, of LouUWllo, will remain at tho here and at all tlmos tary has mado It appear to the Rrittsh bprlngs up bead of tho consolidated lines. Ho flll tho hi.'h t)laeos of honor and subject Slnco It has beon passed by a Till: expense of tho lonjj lopdalatlso Vtofit, and Congressmen who uie War.amakors will bn lot of dunder-heade- d session conjoined to the delay in fixing svlth us mon band together woro afraid to vote outside their party the tax rate for tho current 3 ear, which pnd turnuntil r 1'' ils out the lines let Mr. Hlaluo and tho ret of tho made ofliclnls a month late In beginning linked with Wanamake-ipolitic Republicans who are In control of the roenue, has caused collections und- r tho loudest and falsest of tho affair of stato try and sijuaro adelUitof 510,000 In tho cash on hand professions of honesty nnd justice. Tho things as much as possible with our in tho Mate Treasury compared with representativeof theso twin ovlls fat's in tho flro, to outstanding warrants. Payment of pronso to rob th poor so that tho rich friends abroad. Tho policy may rescue may bo be aure, claims against the Stato must therefore may rovel In the deep damnation of part of but y so what bo postponed until nfter July I, whn tbU fraudulent philanthropy and sham sought to destroy. Chicago Mall. the bank taxes begin to come In. religion. AMONG OUR EXCHANGES. Tiik financial condition of tho Ken The roal oppretors of tho poor tho tucky Institute for tho Education of tho worst enemies of tholr race tho most Now that every ono is wiping his Rllnd, as shown by hu leport for last cruel of all lavt drivers, aro not tho season (iho earends October 1, Isgocd, men wbosi) vices and loose living oxclto foot on Mr. Quay wo begin to seo why and theio were eighty-sevewhite and otirhontr. On the contrary, thoy aro be is named Matt Puck. - Tho best way to Indicato tho sutwenty-fou- r colored pupils, with about tbo pmoot) and decorous dovlls of sotho samo numlor this year. Tho re ciety the; Rllillis and Frinb Heoiw, perlative degree of allonro is to aiy as ceipts from various HourcHR, Allowance: wIioho rutsu.o ltCVUSt ii dfuiiuhud ltti fillet a ijuay." St Iouis etc., aro shown to havo been $io,0v4.l-tthe irs if the victims ot tholr prog-re- t Colonel Elliott Ferocious Shepard nd pstronagn. and tbo disbursements SSO.OSV.Ol, leaving RouglT words, tboso. Perhaps thoy Is so much In earnest over his propositho sum of frd,u.V.0) in the treasury on r tion to declare war on tho rebel flag will nuko tho Philadelphia November 1, 1W. A MioKT tlmo heforo Senator Reck win" and dumpTanother load of bis that ho has alroady commenced to cist Washington died. Senator Kenna took his photo- boodh Into a mission or a club of Re About for a substitute. graph. It Is the last picture ever taken publican campaign toughs. He can af Post ATGettynbirgtirae InalU of tho deceased statesman, nnd since ford it He has only to start o a fow Attacked I Up sunny Soutb; to get his donations bis death, Senator Kenna has boon be- more worklng-glrHut not whou bullets felt Hko rain with Interest Atlanta Constltu- hat sieged by frlemls for eoplos. And men lay dead or w rung with pain. Ills tbo proud task la peiuw to thtnt. Nr.Ait Paris, tho other night, Kenney In war to talk, and e'or delight Houston shot and mortally wounded A DIGNIFIED REBUKE. To tiro off his mouth Ho Houston Is In jail. - CtikaffuTfuieH. Dick Moore. The south Unjustlx Assailed for tlio claims bo acted lu Tho- farmers of the United States In Hlrlttiiond. AVlllI.K workmen wero getting out tho Th Trlbuno hesitated on havo votos enough to retorsoof policy Iron oro In a bank two miles south ol fitting occasionshas never to denounco disloyal which has brought so manyhave thuin to only to Pinuvllle, the other morning, the earth and tendencies In the South, and tlu verge of ruin. They suddenly caed, and three of tho twehe ,ies eontlnuo to do so, if need be, in placo themsohes In a situation where It will wore caught and crushed to death. Two i lie future. thoy may enjoy tholr earnings free Thoy exactions. unnecessary Their others bad their legs broken. Rut for that very reason It may fairly from bounty. Louis-vlllnames were not ascertained. eluiui the right to defend the South want justice and not Courier-JournaIn tho A DAsoMM'. stoo exploded winn it Is unjustly assailed, as in our residence of Joseph Cnssldy, Newport, a niiMuon it has been In connoetlon with Appropriations aggregating and making a deficiency of $!7, few days ago. Tho limbs and lwdy of tin eremony of unvilltng thn Leo up before tho Uwl-oMrs. Cassldy, who was Attempting tut n. on union t In Richmond. Tint tho 000,000 aro looming In Congress. Thoyr of the majority fill tbo stoto with gasoline at tho time, tho South bhould delight to WASSOveroly burned. li umr th inuinory of that great and thought tho appropriation wolf a very in Tin: llttlo town of Dayslllol Todd popular leader neod not, and does not, tame, bi rmleos and useful animalhim tho by Now thoy havo County, was almost entirely destroed P'll et 011 tholr loyalty In the bllghtost last campaign the ears und find it equally unsafe Kery ono by fire the other morning. blm or lot him go, St Louis Post It U true that numerous Confederate of tho business houses were burned, and ono tobacco factory. Tho fire btoho out llags were fiung to tho breeze in tho Dispatch. The Republican press bas lost about two o'clock and did Its work nuoiidain Confederate capital, and tbero quickly. Mr. W. F. Colt and Messrs wne a .rroat many things said nlout both character and Inllusnce becauso of its reoklo4MntM4 of statement in assail C, II. and J. C. Penlck weie the grwuteat tin lost aiiso, tho good tnsto of which it nworU to ing puty opiHnnnts. might be (luoatlonod. lovers. Rut th ru was.no hint ot disloyalty to vituperative generalisation. "You uns'1 Ti'iiMiH, a noted outlaw ol John Cook white. Kustorn Kentucky, was shot lu tho neck the Fni n Uinn the beginning te tho araall black; "wo uns" are all olTeosUft. and Instantly ktllod nt MtuMleshorough. end of tl ' ululmitiou, and wo are. iuro '.Sueb portraiture, Is never ....u. tk, It . .. rTV3"" I MHf n j thought of disloyalty In is not in lusnsm wuomn Till, total aoMcd aluo of Hopkins thew w Dm who look pan in tt should bn. Any liiwlllipiii wn tlio pu petty by tut- assosatuent Jusl : tl s 4jvMrod l lb Hiomory of oerns al a f lattot Ibat It U falttwl-thtniado footb UpkIMTM'6, un liictoasool WtldtSfTrwe can aJl atfora to bo ' ChUagsiTitaiN. Wi IW over M. An IrmoTdtlont WjiM'h Irutnlsr TJIE C0M0NWEALT1I. palm:'SLL'.feB? SENATOR. ln555JunJ cJw tr.airi:?r Snjn al u '1 " y I s iau 4 n I LSERB;' 1 tt KHhc$ .'EJ k. 1 at,tbt i tet nom-inat- wt j1 frt s pat-rios- m Aff.-ctct- ol AVana-inake- rs js 0 t t tt vc m rnet ruth-loaal- n lilobo-Domo-cr- at t- slavo-drlvc- U Cele-bmtl- u l. SftlO,-000,0- l.loof Mo-bol- p, hrsroj W . .... . .!... -- m . x W&. .MuMM'tMmgiimm' m mmmfmmll!tltK0Kmim -- ?"- ITS Viferavtfi m j ' , rf . 7 fVi?i-WC- U Jj. ii ' '."-- U -- 1 f UHWU 1 MmiMfotmSKSSBCm wmHwwmmwtwrmMmmjur ftis"gsjaf g7mmm) 1 .. AiL.-- . MitfBftiy"ww-wtas-t-wMrtfc- t s Wi"mrT -- " " i f m K & fffSfKSm niio ilium I .WJiAbillMIMMItMMM jfr.ir.nTHi.MiitB THE HICKMAN COURIER HIOKMAN, FIMDAY, KYT, .TUNK 20, 1890. Com lo 'oitintiiltiiil lor llily.(e wutioii. We are aatboriiid to Announce JOHN M. IIKUMMAU of Cohimhm, at a ctnJl-dat- e for Prlcfftte for the couultta of IKclcniitu and Fulton to the Court hi tlonat Omvrtilion. Uleoiloti lit August IIIK COir.Ml JI'lMaT. nlilliftitfa.l A U'n a .. the Fulton Couutj Court. AugUSt. IIAMMNPm rn.iMt? nnttnnn for JtijjVf fr M Jlleeilou in We ar nutliOiiiei to announce J. N OUT a CfiDIMii for Jiiflw of the TKJ Fulton Count? court. Kiceiion nut A tig tint. We ar authoring In aiuionnr JOSHUA XA VIA) II m it caiidhUtv fer lo the oilice of County JtiJe. Kleellun In Auguni, rrrlMiu roii county ci.t.itu. e r Anthotlzetl to Announce W, V. TAYLOIl ns a cnndMAlt for retcoilou to tlt oilice of Count; Court Cltitt. Kleelion Iti Auffiist ittxt.' ion Niii;Hirr. We nre Announce T II. JOHNSON mi a Qaoht.tte for reduction to the (i flic (i ctf Sheriff of t'ullou county. Election In Augtul. .to nutlioritil i- 'f - L . jt.v cau in i lay .w Dime. li.s.V.-'-i. r.inL.Ar Mississippi ngaiiiR mi.- - ..... reCAKPKNTKll CflnJMaie for 7i iU IW L BiilUUmiU UUIHII'CUIIU wi0 0ieiie,l a'slo,, .r.iV ...:.:. nns nlentv of time to vercorno nanus on." election to the oltice of Jullrr of Ktilton boforo ?oT.,B..?Wc.: JU.X..U .Vll.ltO rhetorical VIM'IWII ? For Sate b the rropriloM, a count. Klectfou In .uu?i. AlTKR holding tho pcoplo ill .J ' oi V"Y- ttyh Oi'lortakn' Q3ddri Omn.i i"Ubi .iu eurtitMtu :r ttifc to a real estate schehe. Ollleials hi tlm war.allipj,nril.!i.. fi liutttn in ,s l uo eieoieil. . ... lUrvl great suspense for near two weeks rtTXrfTT T P mTSfPTT T Hni. Mrrj .. ... f " f' u'.aa& got up a laud comAKHi;SSOU. of the oilice Frtll (Jon-jiknuerson, ky., pays more tlio hupremo Court has nt last tie WW VY UAJJiJ V WW Yr UIUU, pany, and induced tho subordi viiicii lie liatl commnndctl the ou' We Are Authorized to announeA Clf AS T rovemioto tho government thn dded tbe Court House or County! lluiiir.if?,L,alea ?,eertluff iu a l?Mt IMIA It M V O I H 'V M. itikult ,n V1? 8t,te' exc1 NICHOUS n a can Ji Jate for the ofliee nates to titku Sito question. It may seem, to Hickman, : : : Kentucky. chaso of shares b cliica aire road' l,e!non of Count Aiusessor, at the ensuing ICJOLA-iS- " has tone so for those who do not know, that this tho battle. When ho had finished Louisville, to promotion. August election. 11 Alien goi tlh ami saitl: "irieutiH many years, drill yei I.rt.v f.. a iipri-in- n notttn tlm nmttnr nmi BAKERY! W etherized to announce E.C.CAK. nTim lln-- n I, Tinf n!lTorfl nft nll leilow citlzeiis: It's all true vigorous kick iniuio nnr beransn- that t!l0 tj0Unty Seat will bo mov BAKERY! tku u a , moUIJau for the office ofjb,ac;k ns l0 (s paii,tcd c"n lucuer1MB toiuI yon u asss tor a ,,,uuu ptouc uumi- 0d to Cnion City without further lUvlnr hAHDlkl Ant H. M Mflhrnv C.t we for i(1,iu uuuui, m. IUU .HUlMlfc IIIB BlUUIMIIfc- III It'll IHHl 1". delay, but it is a mistake. As wo . i observe that bciiiitor Hoar , suing Augmi election. , lUkrfT and (trcUjr, I will 1m jlcaird i f ' involv19 ire all M old friend and Massachusetts has introduced TK , Wheeler , orgtnizatioa, understand the only point and the It oil n lioiit .. ' . , . ,. . g ., " ... .nnl!. ed was a (uestiou of law, We r KuthoHzed to nunounce J. O. A ioiiit retfolillinn in tbo nenatn nrn.-V.. wa.H inn cnll Ciilorarn ,..... 'r.. irif mi iimnitfimpiir. in rmifitmi. lltai iciil. a tilciix.. .lour :lti runnm , ' . z "I" . v ' rAnin'n V'"" iu... JNO. V. MORRIS &. SON, Prop's. . r. : wvv" " " - fcMuiuw r Ilroiicl, vii ern part of tho United State, case ts only now opened up to litiwot Oil picket. And now tolbe officeof Tax Assessor of Fulton tn r ,u n IuimI ! gation. The facts are to be tried i.,:.. nr Imiih spreading iself all couutj. MANfl-'Afrt'ltMU)1' lMrry Urftl Wgon ltl tUH 1)1 spatclvs from and Mint will result In the expoetfl li the people. Jwuro gencni,8' , , 'over the wc.rhl. , rr Ut ton of various frauds. The en so ntuooi. siri'i:m.Tt:MK.T. snys tho farmeri there, sure ...Ai...lviH I... OEO KOBKNKU Clnht lit litrvli ill .iiiniiil..1 Gcrmanr MS If ill iPiiiuiimj uu uiiiriuu to the :...t 'V fiatiiuii Tin: Klizabclhtown News. 'V tPlita. ...,.IIIU 11 ,WUi.v. .., 3 011 have formed u union tn ipniant Wo artautborlzcvl to announce JAS H ., Iil:n ..v..,... 'I iw.J.r.r innorn IL.A tllD,?"! remo Court I t. II of tlio I'uited indiiectiou. nominates Gov, Huok vote for him. 6AUNUKKS a candjiiiie for But nil you fellow ui Hiuaii iruiiuccro jiiium of Obion States. Tho f""'-vner ior eoiifrress iu uio Fourth lloiT lo IIe o co of Co u nly buprriti bijr fanners. tlltP.,u ,," 1Mr(iP(1 Comity who fmurei! justfeo aud M I0A li. tenueni oi tommon school. ' tlistrint two hence, tho now ,,7,'m "v ft i InpporlloiHiic'iit c,oU1 "f. f,l,e ier '.' l :r- -r ".',l" yZ Wmi R,,ni Tn" in tho ("?,r,: "K"1 ''" " fears iioout the re tho Knver. W md X AgenU for Morria Machino Works- Euinea and Bollcra. "'"' '" Sl,"" P "l0 8"U of "'i tri'. ",11 I only regret Vf ' T1IJB MTATK IIOA'OK. ni.r Into that illitrlct. The cover-L uu tlnrftil Hint the County hi nor would ailorn tny imaltlou in C. ,,":,lrj,Vn A1 0I .Wftf , ulnP- - hen.l of a Metho.llst tinivc-.iland goes'ont iu Utahit looks as if tho AH I ttrwill irlat M til l'vrv HftiMlr. from tho crcat exnenso attached KINGMAN & BOMAR Governor Ittickticr (o the, whicli he might bo placed with his honors-Bos- ton Herald.: version of sinners in other .uts to this aggravated duestiou. At of His. M rc6n Kf p mint but the Kescuo. or tlio countrv would nave t no any rnto we navo no tale ot woe ftbU riet (KrtJ bft UuiKJri, prlnje Wag Skvkual States have yet to a woMSMtriTi. sirowixj left to local talent. Howtver.innd will not ooruo out in mourn oni, Ac IUtr ftlajri frnh, And gooJ The State Treasury has about hold their elections this vear be- driven vmptoyfd. Drunimert nillrf1 The industrial progress or lLo!?amrincs J80'5 c1,clBl014; Tr, Hc ing. Troy Press. WANL A. U UHLJ OK TIlU I I LCOi. TIiU reached a condition that would foro November. Alabama and frvrd. Th ttitl tuK rofn iiUfclonly Kentucky will vote ou August 4, outh In tho past nJ three years, n8'fM. A CLKIKtYMAN wan onceaccost eiulppeJ I'ttr.ryou Trtd rUMt la iSr, forco tho suspension of the pay- Arkansas on September!?, Maine wtirn wtDltcooJ. flflliU cd by a doctor, a ment of claims against tho State on September J?, and Geo rem on mirrored in tho fanufacttucr's t A srnooLiiooK monopoly .ns wlio ask oil mm: "Do vou follow, KBCor.j.c!(,Jn Kecord, shows a marked increase for want of funds in tho Treasury, October J. One or more State ai KntuVj Stt., recently been organised in a rry, preaching to savo souls!'1 KENTUCKY and this condition must remain ofticcrs will ho elected in each In every branch of Indium, mul iiickma: Yes." moni n"a "'"0; the year 1S90 leads nil others liiNererllHpRii it iimrk. mi Imp-runtil July or August, when tho'Sm li . you over 6eo a aoull" "Did mJ onB"nieii In nil-- . establllicfl and projected enter.1 taut epoch in tho book trade, mil "TTT No." Stato taxes for this 3 ear cominene. dlMoii ' rUoB. Tho word "boom" in it8'i of interest to n peat niinilrr 'Did you over hear a noul!" cs to corao in. Under tho con-- ! "No." ....,1.1 hardly " Kciiowi lunciirrs uirniuuuuLw pcneral ncceptan fitltution no more money can bo1 Tiik St. Louis o g c01Jt noi buy schW "Did you ever taste a soul!" 11 horrowod. These factR worn imidft wiuieiiia trutlilul stato of mind, apply to . tlia activity, enterprise 0f Americans who ... ....-...,- . .. . . .. . "No." iieveiopmcnt the v known to Governor Itticbncr. who. r,1?.?:. .. nays VaTll WIIC0 ino 0,u T uas necn so torn up oouiu onuertui snort space or oi me. bnnks in ,ie country, have nnb'Jy 'Did you over smell a soull" t in uns ""m nu kuoi "No." ciiccicu an tho name of ken nr.r iat.,tn UO n. rather than i V . DTItt Ull' VI lUllia 1.1UIU litlU huh !,.. !"' ""J congress n appt-nr- UUHllili.tlL ilu wull .1 nutii;!i in lltlt'l 1, ,....1 mm tun Amnripnn nnr I nmnnnr. "Dili von ovor fid n kohI)' mcKy tdrnlslietl by even a tern; party in to be their wav and' I "Yes (," or two ot tne Iia0inpqnes- - 00 much towards advertising tlio porary suspension of payment, inn prospectus 01 a new "Well," nald the doctor, "thero Iv KXTl-C'l- v V. proposei to advanco l'ons 01 uio (y." Itefereueo is sections, but it has been moro of continental railroad, to start .v arc four of tho live hcusch against i. 1 :i. ii piijiiiij khmii, a gnuiliai OIH: i'imiik, hi., nun run iimi nn,uj;uv ona upon tho question whether -"from 1,1. own money a tVut bftai sure progression, nicient, ft tho faith of tho lino across tho country. Ims been tlfi're be n houl." amount to pay all demands ou tho admtsnoii. man fu tho land, and the courage issueo at waKhintou. Ircitiia. The clergyman Stato until tho revenue for this! of his convictions in the devidon. Tennessee. ICentuchv. Missouri. you a doctor of then asked, "Are medicinel" J in: recent grand jury at Lin- - meat of Its resources. year commences to come in, andj Time whs Arkansas, Indian Territory and Louisville and Memphis, "Yes." coin, III., made it exceedingly mil- when people were content to fold Texas to bo traversed. According this without any interest what'Did you over sec a paint" Wit I! try a lot of had their hands aud wait for others to to tho prospectus,nuda pretimiua ever. It will require at least if50, sold for votes. fellows who now do tho their The record work They feared to in- - y survey has been made, and "No."you Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars "Did ever hear a pain!" 000 to Udo over the deficit until stands: Indicted. I'D; convicted vesta dollar of their own mmier elaborate calculations show that Kotf AM Trt tho middle of July or first of Aug .and sorting sontonce, JO; ou bull, in anything whicli did not romiso "lo wuoio project is 10 cos; si",- - "No" Dealer In Did yon ever tasto a pain!" Ioiilvtltis MimiiIiIm, Union 5; fugitives from justice, 11. It is immediate returns. They kept (000,000. ust, aud niny require moro. Hut ItiMiir. utitl "No." bo when tlmv 'm- Origan, vlii whatever tho amount, tho Gov promised that I tho work w ill ,i...l their talents buried n..4 DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND .. lO'lfll fflL'ni. II t ' ii. Cittilumlint. Half a million dollars' worth of "Did you ever smell a paint" M KM PUIS, wvjjirimiri, mut .utolit lin.tA l.n.l VI1VII1 UUblll IlllUr- iniiib ntivti iiiHI !.. ernor will have every dollar pre, lll080 ..i.ii,lllV0 08Cil)ei W UC est, and calmly wait "No." ' c,Htr?i l?.i!,e. roI,?:ty Jf Wl0 tho Northern ' KICKHAN, KV. THE sented promptly paid out of his be prosecuted. Those guilty of capitalists to start tho ball to roll-- i QUICK IE !. ? o'.ckfonl, III., Friday' ' Did you over feol a paint" Yes." by.n local Wood, caaseil by buying tho votes fibould not be ing to build tho furnaces, to own money. Here's patriotism To A'n FBoM 'Well, then," snid the clergy. Ntv YnrV, riiilttilclitliit, ,. ,'..,. . . . ., Mn.i r .f! their .v.,n. """ start their cotton ' heavy rains. A portion of tho' man, nliimfrf, Vt PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. ;"v" V,M,vo lint flint' fliit1l din. lOW " llften wnn atnliluhlr IlllinUlll luruiiui 1110 practical KIUU.' ami nvorliifikPii. "there are also four of tho iss'oa. .Vorfolk, Old Pomt Coinfort, .. n..,. tnnrn in nnn cm uaihi .Hh factories. win tin tit m w uuuiit iu senses against one upon tho nues-- l od, and many people were driven ruJUiii rieveUinl, To- KlchrtioixI.hutfAlo Tim Court of Appeals, in covered that thoy had to . ;.. A. k H lUNiU'.Af. Trr. C l'Al.iK V in. CtHr. Irdo, 'hctot Iiilttnuitoltft, favor toward liuckner than all CaSO Of Oliamiian niminst tho tho horMlinillf tlinniaplvna make from their homes by tho water, tion whether thero bo a pain. And' tlmv! tliA CitiftnDii, IdMTt'lf ct, sir, you know that thero Is a' which rose into tho tirst stories else, for wo doubt if there is an. Western Union Tulograph Com- - had to show tho world that theyj I.nnlrrn nml .nrflitt(rrii Pal other such an act on record. ItPnI,3" decided that the telegraph had faith iu their country and were of residences. Tho track of tlio pain and I know that there is a AND t .Mtiwnuuen road was washed away soul." is good at all times to have a na-- cP,nPM? la liable to aieceiverufa willing to give all to its upbuild.1 MetnpbU. Vlcliburr. Ititon Hcne. New for half a mile. A similar state of ..: iMUiiuifiii inr iiniipii in jiih icenngs, ing, nmi ....in. inoy uiu una ciipi t.r ... trtfttin nA.AnA uiiv Uiia IU ILHBl (in "fMti, Mgwi, utile Uocv. Hot loncres-- j has now made n .two nftiilri la rrmrtftoil ni .Tnllnt ond ..Ui.w vju.vwiui, a In fUlr rn1inr,.,l tMl-,.Wll flA In iiiri iiiiima Tlm nln. till Hprliiri ad rointi Iu NcilTVn wpucs next campaign.; is an illustration of one instance rrmnti mnhoi.r in ii.ia .o.at i.n,i itnn.ia ...ii. i.... 1.. i.A jmum 1. other towns in Illinois. ... Arkni-- , Mil (hill "(uuia UIUIJICIU III HIU'j;iL'iH HUiU, "1'" '.. j I he Deinocnttiu banner will bear, !wlrr!i ItiUUim, Mill wherein It is goou to h.ivt h iih faiUd to ddvir two tiwHH;fTg to1 Kf.v. U. C BAIMY, prominent the simple motto: "Low Uses and riiK .soiih ,stf t"ritivijr A cyci.oxk htohy, man for Governor. A poor man,ul'man regnrding the illness and i :m innimiui ill iiiu fPr0 coinngc nl t. Unr " llitin " might bo ever so willing to save " lauier. bimiariicci. The Hue li thoroughly cqair(l nj In V Dallas (Tox.) paper Is ropoii.!s1ouli,, "u,,j"8. V"8U,e8H' Vnl '"J8 with plutocracy, monopolv and tho Tiwuw.u. . .. . sions Iiuvn hpon intwlo .., M. ., .... I.. romhtion, ftDiI nruviJei u fi I. TMn Slntn'fl ntjuwL .. Uolnp ropnlnrly orgnnlzH nr.d rrady for buslnoa, w r ftp 4 ctfidly i"h;H .jiiVO lir. it nn u lining iu ace and Kentucky. 1110 following: "OiitliBiYr'y"1 Vi. nKe '. ."""-r"- ; devil anil lli With tlio sioie ior ritifement la lime n,I throup b tho patronsRO cf a!1. All coHcctiona mm Jo for dap&tltors fi. of charge. if nijiiij iuu int: vh ui Jo, t lie ouiio'a iieuis, bat ho would not day after tho terrible cvclouo of 1IHJHU character, constitution aim American.""' A KKATUIti: In the time nl eon Approved paper running thrao or four , ., . . ... moathe disoeuutnJ at the rato of I. fnlnc areurtJ bjr the MrntirJ Kxprrf lin linrn '" t.lni,nv --.!. .. ... . fcuuu, -V n f w. ,.,. ..! " ..!. ,u...lM(, omWm) i, ui uuiiiiuou county, a man, ana iiuiikartls, who are among ibcrty. Trlm. Onljr r.lM' rlile titwcn por cent, por Annum. ft; and thousands of rich men who "ml bpeakcr Kced. who httfl been, nm ft woman, seated iu a Unilif )tr unil Mrmpliit, nnd the bctt nl most in their j The Pulpit and tho Slago. (iilekit ferflett betweett tho two eltlf might bo able would soo the Stato wagon, were going along the! Prestations of religion, that their ,... ats'Si 33 J ll in (Mnolftr.il. , r w i'"-'"nuiut-uBouiouun uanumntcy belorothev tim niAi...a iHH. UttlllL: .1.'" uamiitoii anil UoldUiwaito road in un,lcu "rcin: nr Unit n.i rrivtiir llll'ir ll, direction 01 lin t ivn if. t" lm. "In ..n" k' .. t hhu ui I "V. il Blue Mourn!, Kan , ini: "I airoJ Ket rloi, crlr trUUei. na all OUCHANAM. C. BALTZEP, R M. ALEXANDER. !.. WilHrvD Church. if w .j InforrnMlon would make such an advance as timenR tn ifiMmhilnnnR wn Mi...ir J, W, COWCILL. W. C, JOHNSON. J, W, ALEXANDCn. won Dr. have to j in tell v. fltlT. HKLINFt Ar'l Ihooffliorso was era v. Follow- - out. Ho take steps to put them ff el It my outliUeof.ry what done Jon me. jt r2rtpf.irt jjiiunuuif 111 iu ..11 i.i(ii(intni k. fi... n, d. DUEVAnn, h:.. till. UU hm for ui ttiu uiuootci t.i...i () r rllirr- lt(4tn (vnrn n itiftit n. Iinxnnl... nl. xiv.i.iuk i.,ni..nM mini t liuknoo,' Ky. - C. A ttt. U K. says that the time has KlDf'n.Vefr .n h... w. Ihe nows comes from and a loose . .lM UM U'MOVUilLtl arrived when tho negroes must Mj Lrinci were UJljr I dtirmil, and mj 0f w. MURK&LL, Am, is tho grandest Governor Ken fraud. horse. Witnesses, e only could riilthloncro Ihooxlil Uiddlcford, Me., that $2,000 was N. N ft M. V. Co., Itltci, Tenn. tacky over had. AUO-EL"U"Swhoso veracity cannot be doubted, draw social lines; that thero must (57 7'!?- -' f l00k ft",botll spent in that little town ou '; OrJ. TPIIKLAAKeni, say that they saw the cjcloue be mi aristocracy among the col- King .Sw II)eof rrjr and aJ sound and K. & M y Co , Pudnefth Junction. day, buying votes for Heed Thr Frankfort Argus is not ored race as well as white, Costliest Picture In tho World. ()r w. H. IMIOUTV, Oon'l PM. A'gi. iff tilling JblM In welflil similar sums in other towns striko the parties and Paw them else they cannot expect the pleasod with the parole law. It andover others to cariied high into tho air. whero all CoaUiUiioH, the district. Af.er writ..: lllLllZ ey wero swallowed tin i,v the liBl,,,Ui u,uuu says: "There aro now seventy- thorough trlftl nnd convincing eUtn;e, I' flWIC-I'J'llXS am rotmueni ur. King 'a new uucovert prisoners at larero under cloud nuu were not scenl iu nine Tun . niarL-ftv.-.." ti.AM . i.i... taimaa t r iiiiiH. Thn innn nn lmrjo!...N ..,D - " " n,l " "4 . (iirntll. h . ln.'lmnlUn "Vfll. 'Pl,ln L , luirntn tii iratihinti rti JJV4 ' lit .' . . l.a)i m aII rei.Ll VM1V0 TT.TF.WnTS. - .: '. " u 'piMmiiMii m iih.ih.. "r wfaffti rarjlhlngelM fall. "!'. grrnltit ;t., . Tba C..u . from A!VJ!rtlMillittI-:,.- t ". .i.,...i..,i !.. uiifc iiuimi w rv un tfitfft UUtiiPR M"B "" tlmT.irirli - .,..? . as seen. Ihe woman unmirwuvn thc ate Loa,8 uopabllc, it Is Unit aru u. Inoy aro convicted. Wo would tlWt tliat tlia ita.MitA !.... 1n.. was akon CENTRAL . il.rm 10 irj "TJW nsFree bo Bla to Jinvon Btutcmont of tlio mined to return Iiieo irom he wagon and was plainly for t!l() Mississippi nnd Missouri fflJ. ,,, "l n A. IIaleombe'N brit '' A. Inrco to S -fvv 4 nits mr lllgner IIIHII lUO'rlvnrs. RAILROAD ! ito of opposition. duwii ;i!,"tt." ?.f money It requlrei! to Coiiricss In 'ihe very arguments tiol HUrf, KftfUMr sum ouo and Tl CO nipn out TI.Ih Ir riglit, ..Ir. Pea oo l ono mps 01 uie trees, une 01 ino eve against tho claims put forward by t'je; "" II 1C.'1'iuuiu. nu i'iiiiiriH(i Hiiy or untie o Popular and Proforrod fioute, tlm liost representatives from SVi. Improvement thoy cost tho State fully $75, the South. and no man that " punt has ever clone alVu tfiem, these neon o ftl (UI ln u, lacl that in tho .Ln. .,..... 1.. w nc.i.q 'i,t. AAhi.ru,t .i..uiAn m .rt.u n.A QuleUrin itm AntUUtjone mitt nhort ti... 1....... 1...0 ., iniuio a better recoid tho (Irst er than any other through car onof iswm the thianf M o.(.Mat) .1. .. , iUfc nun 4MIV11H.-mvf rmiNv no tfnn llO lR till linnni fx 1.1a nnn.l were whipping their horses, evi- - Htl8 RPnirP(i i,nrA J.,,,1 tiwrn line between ; l,.riciuiy trying 10 run out ol react ni,M ...... i. . in Joimeon, near uiyw manon, union eniorcen. ana tlio same aw hie.i:. nin n. f,.a r.irt...i . n.i.n,.i. . " n( te HICKMAN, " " ,D11" of tho storm. Tho identity of tho. Z ":, ers aro turned loose nnon "L '. .ll01!! KY . "? . 0 ui .e mart- pm,H 0 w in roai, ohi "X wm-' .1'V ! "l ,M. r."V ' 'M'"' M'uoiooiuomg ,mrlC8 lB ,mbnown. TIiov .L' coininiinllv." -BBnyDBry. jnnnBPA kjiinyiiA&ivPfi'vI WflPViM rjpyr '" tuu uumers some cootl. f siiclt a :, . wwnig in me zeaioua enoris re t ownm or la movm from iim neiuiiic r . "V ,1. "; NjWORLEANS, LA, iraeiiiug contlv made.. by renresentatives of hood: or -Sir i,7 ti.v .9ion, Pid wh. ;n ."' B""K . . nnop tiring be possible, ami hi nnnniii. :l: .u,,u. v . .. - - . .. a !..,. i i iirniiirn inn nniinti'i in vii, ni: iviim: i fit itn ac Fpltndid K'pitpmcntt roii JAILKU. Ingersoli'H Jnioncl people a long time to assimilate n i.,I1K "t8viI, 0'lttoRnyn thai Miirs Is. that he fouucl hiiiiHcIf Tin; Republican Confess la .trnnu In tlio ofllco one day while to prove to the Ameri- taoi, uui sooner or nuer mey huc "NNntorson'ft salary on the Uoiu-itr- can penplo that war ia ohenpei Cecil. They ate now learning that Journal is $10,000 a year." Tl.n hi a young man studying law with very host friends they have In is at tho rnto of giuj a weck-- n .i Una in iVoria. lie was inter the for them than pence. tliirt big world are the Southern pretty stiff salary. rupted by the eutraneo of a raw- Demoeiats, and Tan Republicans In the Sixth but surely drifting they aro slowly Tun hiisiuesa of tho MIrIrM..I luiuetu Minrp featuteu coutnrywoaway from their DKL'QS, .who ambled into tlio loom, District have nominated Wesley new owiutn. thn Vnrtliprn Itnmili. liver Is cMlinntca to bo $DS,(ooM. Kenlicr. u Knimouth lawyer, Iteekletl laeeu, water W0 yourly. Sal,,,,. V h' Yet Uncle MKDICLVRH, lint hv tlm hum). for Congress. Of course lie will! hcniifl. The IIt of colored rrnts is rapidly glowing larger. .....v .... ,. in imu COIll MAirntn lli.t liurvnil" nlin lnMilll. 8TATIOSBUY, bo badly beaten SnturdA. The horso frequently enticed with every timo ho i asked to do some On being answeicd In the atlirma PANOYUOODS' she went on to say that she Tiiislinnrf nVnn.ftnf tho Ifiiiif i" erMy iitoniiiiro luuninlly he thing to protect it. iie brought1 her boy dim to town comes suspicious. Houston PoM. li id sesmon 01 tlio Lp? BHttire, me Tun woddlng of Mary Ander ausuiuus, cyclone iippropi intion and other and Antonio Kuvnrro. of 11A loi the purpose of binding lum a i:.MAiai: roziTixt: r.instcn l'AISTS, Mio it at the law eiur trade. unuHUal expenses h,ie e.liatintod Ymk. ni'.ptirrmi mi in.t Unlri, slio averred, tin niilliOV th IIim Stnli. llt'nnEirV. i i I One Kansas farmer has raised Tho ceremonies were perfornieil waH m()rall w .,v OI1.3, the monev and imid otv ihn nmvi. by Cardinal Manning, at the that Jim was a born lawyer, and that all he needed was a chance. CucVKUNDgots twenty timesjgago on his laim. 1I did it by Hromptou Oratory, in London Hut, madam," objected tho s many votes as any other Demo- - Belling a meteor that fell in his is great distress anion? nel, 'ho is entirely too young crane aspirant tor rresiucni pasture; but ho has not done wise among tho reprcseiUrttive gather ly in telling of it. Thero is a heavy tho pcoplo in tho largo cities or to begin tho study of law." "Too ings of party turoughoat the coun- duty on meteors, or the substan Japan. Thousands aro sinning, toting, indeed," sniffed tho fond uvou try lids year. ces of which theyaro composed, and tho price of rice is blher mother, contemptuously; Sore Kjca, and the very Orst thing the farmer than ever before. Tho outlook for don't know Jim. Ho was Jest, tUtrYor COWOILL'S SYS SALVE. rJ.LttJL Much. Tin: Superior Court Democrat- knows he will find himself In tho tho growing crop In Japan anil horned for a lawyer.1 ic Contention at Lttxlusloii. last dutches Of fl TThltiwl RtntnH Mur. Corca Is not good. nmused, tho colonel asked tier on' Kor NcurtlgU antl Itlif uinalxm, wluvt gronuds slio basod her tctT week, adjourned, sine die, without: sbal vliftrced with ilitrrntiiHnrr tlm A census enumerator at COWOILL'S WSASJ3L OIL. hopes of future greatness at the making u nominaMou. Thero is revenue, and will probably linvo VoM has found a colored bar Tor her darling child. uWhy," t- - Kor 1'iUn, talk of settling tho matter by a to put a fresh mortgngo on his woman named Martha Clay, vho eatd sho he was only 7, ptimary election. farm to get tho money to pay bis has had thirty-sevechildren siuno years out 'when COWOILL'S PILBOINTMENT. lie struck work, anil 'fine aud costs. Detroit Frco "r l,o wonhlii't ln another nmiv-MJ10 rress. xiiu ihumiu isairmu For TclUr antl Kinfworm, auu ck if ho cot killod for It. Wliou express his cuifwjE, seldom , i to seven. others single. ,, UEUKCKIVEI) IJISTniT., t COWOILL'S TETTER OINTMENT. h WM 8 ,0 t achieves pormftiTWjuf.Vs and more nira thnn a nrizo horeo nt sr Kor Worm.. uover really destlhrf I I)e This is the way Private John' r The Rpnnblicnn cnmlldnto .for on . . . . I.M ' JT I . .. .i... f., I r ... 4 Political Brevities. t r t ritmxiw auk. It sometimes takes tho colored GU'iicrnl liuH Items. Dim A "fT iioiin t i.tnviiu. of What to Buy? m fox M .fflje 3R XT - 0ii Vu iSlilB cactis W jti1 Douk in" vh . Mt WINKS AND LIQUORS, vc xn jaRxrwm ?m wvj&fiEizsai I I Ml ns..i.. MKDIOAIj stflnTKmi rsB. colo-TiiKR- PUKSCRIFPIONS A SPECIALTY. , FURNITURE. oriri.imBTIVW AEttJiHi P- TURWITUKS. 1.V A. - rs'v; 5W? SittJf. U U lllcli-niori- i)Kali:i:s i.v n ,,0,rl8orn tir IFEirufliirc andUiiderlaKer'sOoods, " j ... .. Vr;J.wrf ft IIUi-B- l Wc Are - ftutliot-lte- to Announce Mr. (IKO Jiril ..!Tsrti W:?! 1..--J7- iSaAHoo f10 nl llUe.: 1 ' Oongresslonal f.. goti"" i.".rrfc,iwr 'J'1'1?. :? forcongress 'w'rtwmxtiii "" nin 'it, "" .. -. ; . !'" v;,'i::'i !. ' .-- RLn": "ly T' 2E3LlSJZSiTtGLjlXI9 ESLTSTpioMat worn byrupi n tMW f mi k'fvlt M4t m nn t runkn his sArrsFAcnoy avARAxrhxi on erry uft tin tiir.nf chnlr . I7ootor, Tatjloi. Ouronviu. WitiorndH, r;A' xoxky xKrusiisD. Wardrobon. Cli.iinlmr SniM. Mnttronn. ftnrlnKH, Eto "l iurBtfr , ; cew .rrr.;... .J ; mtlr 1 1 . -- EAST il ....., 1 U- -- -- ir ......... I 1 frl . il.i M.Vi'Ft COMPANTa , " Irili rT V 1 ul. :. "i -- Hi ....; " Livery and Feed T1 A -- TINE BUGGY SPOKES AND CORN - j 1 '"!"' iti lM,1'- - B"'"". i T3T.W ii. ! on-1 ' HERTWEGK, BALTZEP. & CO., ' . Ulobo-Domocr- at , ..-.- ... nr t. .i.: n., 1 ." psF I - HI03KMAM WAGON, ITfCKM AN. tIIs; THSOLD REMABLR MBE, -' iCHAS. A. 'l'Uluru. DYE-STUFF- ! IV ! digr11' . j m imm m vf 1 vi ' IHICKMAKT BAMK, j .!. i. 1 1 ... 1 i..(-jf pc 11 11 . r, & nciiorAisT, jo". , wiVUiL-iiuai- ! . 111 -- ' .... CrM-oU- 1. I ..... M peo-jCIU- nl 11 chlckcn-thieveP- ' two-,tl'- o lond-mouthe- d " ... ' u,..T7:..f.,..,, m "'"vi r.ocf ".. mSC'TOUS: . N- J I ; elec-jtio- n , THE ..-- I ... ...-- ,; ,. --- AW ' w 1..-- a l.l-i.- "'" "'""" oi "" t VI U C"M 11 zmmiitsii&M?&m ssssq Usrtarfi-W.- 111 , 'L, ., COLUMBIA HAL! -. V MiuoiiiiM-cismuuia- i 1 rr.T . Z:Hy" n..."nZ.Tr' ' . ....... ocnt 1 - u--r . . ''" WW -. i n. 4 L- bin. in a! Tun MoKlnli Tariff !15r loZs'0' K, o"S I,!,s n,1C,f,li"" 'I Ui I. Wiialiliijjtou newfipnper, and tlio tinK liunl knooks in billnrtlonn i.o !i Lv.H 'j1'" S dealing r eommlttoe that made tlio Invoatl..' of tlio coinitrv. Xn oui wlth ' livur l"01'1"'" mloptotl. a '""" llIiir n, ,lul;VB ' suteliel, ,i gat oiibrvh ho Is deservin.' of con-- ' fovr i.V i n pair of i.n(I(llo.l,o with nBlioep Van proposition to oroot ,,, nro. ""''i fil'caiH In them, and a man's rest popular subscription nt Onmliei- i tho nflulni of tho OoiiiiuIhhIoii U .hii' ''"H'c'ii'sooflwith blood on it. l'.ecos of flosh I11111I Gap. in tho IViiiipuhpo .Mom, '.riff? ri1. olmr .?. St.! !IOro,(i0(l ,,!1U1 M hnVQ bot:,, Iu,u'1 "P. lul it 18 ini. tiiiiid. oolosHal equoHtnan Htatu 1 U It. Cort. Tbo '? that of n Imman Mug or not. former boking South and tho lat .ImrRo apalnst 1,1m Is that l.o not . tho Am?. wagon toiiKiie, supposed to bo- - tor looking North whilo each eX. f,?i ini? employed Com .' call as SOOn US llO lnni In thl. wnnnii. vc,. IUII 1(11 I.v...... 11 (.,.1 IU 1IIL ,.(.p I..,......,. l,n UI IIUI II III' la n iiuii'I '1.... l. '"'.". . r,..,.l HVIII IIIIHKIIlll'U I1II1IMIU llllTf.tf.fl.illllilin.i people real zo Has i.t.i.lat il Rtioldug in tho ' Ut in.t f. ....... .. UUilU SU1UU lllfl to hrt iitnatltwf ifltli (Jamn elimination that tho moled hlfl brntherdu-Iaw- . t l fl.n Houtli. Protection A teegram from bell, after it had boon proved that howler uiakoiu Jiuorof tlio rlcli tanco away." . .unnisin. t luuiuiiur .v. aritiur lUi-ho had boon Htealiugand Belling manufuoturerS. thn 7 nlmln ..nunl Uiu last Legislature passed a 'John M, Hrooks, of tlte cotmnittco examination paper. Lyman will will bo lelegatod lo ohiQiirlty. It bill prohibiting tho salo of cigar. organized at Middloborough, Ky. no doutit resign, and It Ik under, was tho ourorcou.ejit r.f fitood Campbell's resignation has tariff Iinvd that mado nbnoxloua ottos to tioys uiidor a certain age. state that 911,000 has already been England a jiiu u scorns uio sale ot them has Biinsoiliicd, and that the movo. already been tendered. Lvman is jfroo trade country, mi tho Unit- not been stopped, judging by what incut lias taken tho country by President of the Civil Rorvlce ed htateNu separate and distinct tho Com ioi Journal says: Rtorm. Tho Idea Is a very happy Hoard. Ho was tho Uepnbllean ination. The h,Miii.,lC0 'Cigarettos are still bought by one, aud If It can bo carried out member appointed by I'lesidcut pooplo fan be ndiod upoirto of thc Kentucky children, iu spite of tho will bo a noblo testimonial to tho Cleveland, uud waa letaiuod bv .the ehaiuH that pontiuiaiid hronk law, Jimmy would doesn't proposo to patriotism of tho people North1 Jtarrlson. (fetter thorn witlu quit smoking until paw does' and tjouth. e. preferred ugainet B. J S", "f' "T''1 rrS !: ;:::.r;r:,:'nr'o,c"1lir:',l.":;i .'. Alatntjirfint Coathti f .0.i 5n SSi toS h '. colUMUIa l,y T.m i '".iocri..i...i "',"" il.l. how. before .1...1 br.e.ling .1... 1882 Pullman Jlvftt RUtptrtf Tratm Atuwyt on Timet IUt, -- ., r..l..l In lULrfroef iimm Il.i,'i:l2. Timouan ll.i.u'ViLrl ....-. '' k SI 1 i!rl '' 'II I .T of hit) '17 Cohimbl h(iniIl hlR,If (f)4 Pir.td. hT Q.n. .ir of 8!P, tai Pllm. nnu of lb. fate.l rcli,e( kiV 'tti.Wvx ll.rJlnR-.olIk.Vi, 8Mod Um b Hrow., . J" ' 'l' f.i. PULLMAN f BUFFET TO f SLEEr ERS 11 poliitd, From via lh SHOUT LIN1J, HlliioU (Vntrnl II. It, to Memphis, Tenn., New Orlennt, JacltoiivlUe, agigSafc, ThU mvtorplero by tho crfat IVrnch painter, Jftn Franrod MUlft, wan rmrrTiauM ta mmmcr hy lh American An Aaaorlutlmi of New Yortc Ttieooit, J amouutlnjjInaU to atwnt a narly Mi)a annarw Inrh, m tho I'lcttirolaoDiyhx I ucIialnlzo. This ta tlio tl'Au, piioanror paM lugtiou IhU plcmrn. A llnaullful I into lUrhlntf, aartprf-ioiitla- r , mroortlif tflnal. In which th pTflllcara anil artUllo ability liavo Iwon cmplovnlthotofulliproJuou oUorIhe hmiuilrti ot tho r paintintr. im u-- t n prrnarrtl upcclUIy to bo aout u a tr') prcuuura to every annual iul criuor oi iuu w if cUittou ot IliauManailuiiflfl nisi Ion. U FU, rrul fr Hl Uft ,,,, l .le0 or n I 1Mb f "' noli Central JUHrot.l. ASR A0RNT8 VOU IT. wuli Mfoty. h8 rMl!cn or driven by without training ho can thonr a 'J:l0 Rit Tor furlher Information, oprly to romh Mr. Oers, the celebrated on iho wbubroko him to hnmtsj, OEO. II. WYLMK, IU i"" mf,M aot,on, bioo.l er ra4 Iiorf. lUttir pftolnjr cotirni In the veini of ln form, ;?1100,Il,v ln l0 DONT MISTAKIITIIK ItOUTK TO lifftiiltrulroin. 15 J IH cri(.ft, ob,erTcf CMIMEMHCVIA, ri.OIMIM moM i My " wijiuh In ninlTBiXAM POINTS. lhat tour Ticket roid over the THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. A ropy of thU etching on rtnoplatoi(r,2tx5Slnntion In aUa, will Ixi avtit )Kttttgi propaw, to every anuuul ihcrhr(iftor NuvoiuUor 1, lbttV. See (nn aanT2M:Q: horw-iMli- y"i0MI' .li-t- f Tho Wookly Republic, with Premium Picture, SI n Yoa. nampio En,j XW oUTom'. buteoU M. B. PEHRY. rauenger Agnt, ajuraaaqo, fop. promlum flhoct tmi frwi in anv ddroii. utUorUoa uouU, AtllreM L'ual oounnlialon allowwl AU A. Oen. I'mtmugar Ageot, J. KNAPP, THE REPUBLIC, BT. LOUIS, MO. v. SMWIMIMMi SiBBKBIftSgnW HOCiBiiK i ,ra" . c 'W i 1 jofjJ iiiNU 01 , - - mt I PWII'O'II!! milllKfclWWillHHDWl 1ST Life, n F TT T?. A Accident, TSX Cl TP. t I i Fire, Marine and Tornado l w drKINIx lillllUai -2 isr ei a r- - A itiirtAHKAni.r monster. I - M'X3 CAN HltOV ,V I1N33 J Represents $220,000,000 Insurance Capital! One of the Largest Agencies in Kentucky, and Composed of Strong, lleliable Companies I Slapte aad Fancy Dry Saedgj across tho stato of Iowa altnost iii an Instant Friday night A man named William Spears, a prophet nt Sioux City, had predicted In the afternoon that n moon would go llylug across tho heavens that eve niug, uud that it would mean that no moro rain would fall upon tho earth. A brilliant and remarkably bright meteor appeared, and tho prophet wan ao impressed with what he considered tlio fulfillment of his prophecy that ho became in sauo and will bo taken to an nay I A remarkable coincidence la rotated In connection with a blazing ball of motoorlo tiro which dashod Trs, fiddk Spring and iiAs noV on display An iJsat'ni'AaSBU a 7 km: Mb t 1X0LIDING ALL THE LATKST AND MOST Fashionable lMoveitisG WOUIjD j$tS Lowest Hates Consistent wit Ft licliablc Underwriting ! is5$3 Office in Bank Building, Hickman, Kentucky. That Shoes, IHCctts, Caps, Notions, e&scmf r : um. I: Buck iiros is the place to have youreyeR touted and fitted to the best l'obblo GInsses. aulO OLAl) TO SHOW 8AMU TO ALU WHO FAVOI: II Lit WITH A CALL. itAl In ASSORTMENT, QUALITY nnd L 0 IF 32 ItitAroiMl Time Tabic. S.f 0. AHxTtu K. H. Trala joiix yoitxj hhown. ! COUNCIL l'KOCKJilHNQS. Hicictfjx, Kv , June 12, 1850. At a Mitel mtcllnf cif the Clljr Council, hM tlili iUjt, Hit following proonJ Jt m "v a ii a i 'H i ot j o P R 1 0Et Twill Tho linclcilc. The I.acIH Ilouve hai Leon renovated from cellar lo garret, newly painted, alt tbe rooms newly papered, and tbe whole home newljr aimnUed with furniture bareauii, nashatands, beddfn?, &o. At together, ibis home, In nil lla appoint menla, It, beyond doubt, lu the beat con. Mr. dllloo of Any hotel eter In Hickman M. Amberc, the new proprietor, nrovei ., blmielf a prince of landlord-- affable, po-ttand trstcbfut of the pleat ure and oom fort of bit fueMi. 3:'2S to complete the enure line from Humboldt IlALiZhK & SllAW The con lo Hickman In eleht months HlO rrtdnoilli, IllOkninn and j tract, so far ns it inolude the llickmnn and the! Hlsnomlnalian wa brought alw.it by Hallroad. Il Is said, will bring Tlploti villa Whetlrrs, (8oulbrn Dtmocratlo require to locating "It against the Montattk Hallroad Oon- - aurvcy lo enmmeute and be prOMCiiled In DlKl), In this City, OU battir- - iiructlou c.m;.any, cf .Newark, NewJer-d- ri good fitli hj the U'h day of June(wholi lib lnt.t Itonntr., the year old mm ey, for failure to keep con'raetfor the la beltig compl!eI with tiow), tbe elearinc Infield TucKrr. A com ronstrueilon of that railroad from Padu-fo- rt of the right of.wjy lo be under hevluay nf air. and Mrs, thotild go to ths grieved hearts of the cah lo Hickman. Thin construction com by Ibe lit day of Julr. nnd the earth dear parents, for (be Master haa aald, HOf pany look Ihvcontrari to IhiIIiI tlila line work to be commenced in good fahh on such Is ths Kingdom of Heaven " of road an I to enulp the same within or before the lOih day of July, IH'W, Ami consideration new City of Hickman on certain (Jrae, and for and Inan I has failed the rntilrAPlftl-f- falling to comply with The of certain suheldtes. Ac, then the her arrival at Cairo received quite an oa. to comply with aaroc. aud siAlida lu the there acceptel rnintremenla, tlift tUrr ! rM tlon. The mayor, city council, Capt. W, way of others taking sId conlrsel, Ac. rhmrlvr nf whloh they are nrtcrailDj; Company (under V. Ilallidiy and other met the boat aboTS Ity reason of Ibelr failure, the Paducah , the city on the tux Theeus an t grandly Hickman company hate loit the $00,000) n Kenturkr) reverts lo tho MtitdMlppI doomed her commander, Capt Tom voted by (ho citr of rsduoab, and rrob niter lvee Company, and their powers and privileges under It ceases. The ar rhltlds. h!y thM(fK Titcl by HfeVnsn, ic ! MUCH 4Utl CviflttitittfS um kiJk.Cl (kiM I w Id many par Intertwine the readers of the CniatF.a know Ibrni Lime, Cement, Salt, Hay, Hran, ritla suit ticular), and chiefly In 4,hen alrent thvy know exactly all thai ny one else Ac. wo uoen constantly on nanu, knows In refmnee thereto and can eaoh nt lowest prices. ., uimly for ifwulaiUe purPo. form his or her conclusion ns to the roivl iu KMITH.KU.tMON&CO, 4:1 ll Tb of tfi ami, iriaitlia rd uein until this fAr. rar t lie nM Tim frriiiilnnL hIiou- - im fmrth twlU t ba of wide spread intsrsst and at tractors havo omplled with requlrmenta wiac..preadattentlca. on time, ana apparently are Retting in eonaietlng of a clown, eight houses, alx fjomo III1CI SCO OUT large nnd readiness lo prosecute llie work in rood performers, two lemnnale and peanut venIn) faith lhat this It tiers and a spoiled dg, which goes by the beautiful stock of Ladles and end of the rolaht has said furtherwith every compiled line . Krandlloouent name of "lllank a Triple jOI ,R fift Orirenuest for aid: and Hat the amount of ilshsmotn Cn.urpa.asd tfhows, Wild West subscriptions and donation are. It U be- 0 will not bo Ullllci Amphlihoatro, He nowned Clrnue and MarJlC"C8. j Heel, sufficient to Insure ho ultimate J1UCK 11HOS. la beadltig Ibis onni, vsloua Kqupjcurrlculum,' i hillltllnff nf 1m lnfA and art lliAt wajr, boya. TIlO CeremOUV Of Inviut? tllO If In anr event tlin nrenl eantntetom Hon, U.K. Walker is called corner stone of lbs new embolic Church 'fall, the aid given will secure lis iiUliue m observed MoaJav morning last, HsvJ building by some one. upon by "many Drmoorala" In Ariui lo allow the use of bis name aa a Father York, pastor In charge. erTielatlng. I csndldatn for delegate to Ibe forthcoming Among other papcrJ placed In the cor- IlrlllC VOlir. WatcllCS, Clocks, C,tholic Towclry. &o., timt nooil ropalrlnj;, ruiiTtinioii 10 utr aim nmvnu iuv "rn uT. af, containing the nnmea'i la law of the Htate. Walker's ability Is to IIob Hnok, oppos lo Mil SIiiiw'h freely conectlsd, and tf elected, be sure, he of dlatlngulAed neraoni and place, of lllld ho will make an actlvo and nlse member of nolo, aa follows; Wm Oeorge McCloi.key, KCOry, at IllUlk Hros II. I , Illshop of LoulsTlUe; Itev, Thos. A, will repair them ns a first-clasthat Important todri I'ullon Argus. VrtlV. tiimlnp. Allftr ttnwli... IllllAn upUfl WK Will sustain our roptltn ir.( Willie JulS, Archfe llcrlwcck ami workman should tlon, nlrcady ostnhlshod,as being 'Hoy Hertwcck. -Tho ladles of tho Methodist Hertweck and Katie Witting. Trui-inc- r . . for Gouts Furnish-1- ' ,rfi of lM" new niMl John Witting, lurch announce an Ico cream suppor for Goods ThiiraJay night tho nth, for the purpose (Otto Hertweck and Tom Dlthm.sr. Arch !. 1lATT7rn e-- QiiAw of helping to pay for the parsonage re. 44Ulltlll J "" "" cently purchased i'o-I- H. Kui'.';,. Methodist Con now Anchor Lino atenmcr, ;M. Ky. rn .bimw-J- m. Tho w.f Wis heartily thank our friends for their liberal patronage n ntre bJ: Hon, John Young Brown, the I'rctent, Mnjor Cow fill, Ceimellmra during tho past, our first year of business, and cordially at McKet.ilt roln the L. fc Ueckmnu invito them, and the trading public all, to call before GeneraHlajsortinent Family Supplies. Alfco, Salt, Um'e. Crmrut dlatiiifrulidieri orator, villnddreea lUrkrt Karmjf, hw, Smith, wlta the N N. & M. V. At r.ducab oJ Ueriweck. Feed for lfij stock Corn, Hay, Oats nnd Uran, IawiI lMnbtrf ant making Spring purchased. irelng norlli and the Nswbern a ceo in. tlio pooplo of ImiIMii County, nt Tbe Major f lntt tlf ot'jrct of the rillField igd!, otht lct) all of which will bo sold for cn&JJ. ttlon going onth. t lo take Into Ulckman, on Wcijncfitlay, July ed mtHing010 of Carlloo St Coconsideration a fi r n k n , of Chleaxo, A geTeraU line of Farm Implements and Machinery, iill fittst clas New Advertisements. llb a'd a T"iTnro"iiXTEBr 2nd ut 1 o'clock, p. hi.; and nt Ful- to furnlili th city Catllona fir Co- rnglni, A UbeAl iUe of our discounts will bu given cash nnichnpern. & - U1dc s Vnutnnes, nud will urdil; wjie on, Monday tlio Mr. Bchank. aini of AgfTB(.nntnV)or oi f MIM,, tiptitneJ tli diirreiit klnd of .,fVl ton wautea, UtHnclduery wo have not In Btock; TWO FARMS FOB SALE I uw 111 rolMtntt tt an jm political Issues of tlnrro .. nreencirift ma tit hr hi eompanv. their oe n'l John Young Urown l OIIO oT capcil7 wlienuron manner or working iit u ON HEAD OF WOLF ISLAND, HICKJlcrt 'them, ie , r iiifii, fltit tMiiivu, iru ai r inch tt ii1.(.i.iAfr....(.i.!fthwM(B k cly liurcll)l, of MAN COUNTY, KY. 1miRl IBWTUtfH & Co, eiifrlnv anil ifiiitpmenu No, i.i cui rvuuh. r fjr j.i.iii jtfiiM. and recognized as 0110 of tllC Carlton Of it .xr.M JCAII.UOAU. 7 nit: roKr.HJY i.auok ulkhtiux. u, a per acretmenl ntretofor' let forth . . Three miles below Colurabm and Belmont UlllOn, finest orators In WIO ITi.tm, hii iiikia,u f pMi,1tf r.llpdfoF- re J H. Inman In Troy TrMn, It is not to bo doubted that tho (lerminui of Iron Mountain Railroad ) M tntatrt r rtu, Mtrl, riUtlM, Year a co tlio wholo country wuh tolteJ at MIowb "OLD U Mfbt Arrnli fr lift One email farm, 100 acrti all cleared, time has como for restrictive leTho Missouri. Teiinosnco&tleor tin flrl er( La nllt fr Shaw, Bmltb, iJekmn i fwm 'slncliifftlio uralscs of John Yoimu atUnM anlUf gliv Hallroad is iv certainty. The gislation of a decided character In and fine pecan orchard rla pt 1lttib an1 Ufrtwrek Ki:n a Splendid Stock of the Tcry btat trftkc Altu, one farm Urown. In 1800 he wan elected Nayt Itainaft. delay ih citusing the interested the matter of foreign immigration. containing eplendldly 173Improvedcleared, of all Unci or acres aerei, I Thortupoit tbp motion was il clar'd parties living along tho proposed Our policy of unconditional wel- one voung walnut grove, new 1) atory ,to Congreoa before ho had reach ami tht Major nat authorlif J to line of projected railroad some come to the people of other coun- double tog boutft, welt finlibed tnilde, Ac, HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &t. cd tho required age, but his If r win Tilrf. clou faM contract In writing, ttiJ con uneasiness, but the and new coirugated Iron barn, 12 boi If entire lino from tries has introduced certain nt CtUi, , tract to be record) In record book. kuonlng tho fact, elect-U ! Bill IIJ., and iheda for cattle; 60 acres above which ars offefsd at tJNC PUICE, and !ha( In that aro a hlnderanco to itallt. Hickman to Humboldt is now unOn niollon, Council Mljuurnrd. If ed him anyhow and waited pa' Aiteit, EBLBavkaa3lfeaa2dia ' L McCtmiic., C. C. tt Jmm l4ltlifi1a. der contract to Messrs Buell & our prosperity and a menace to O?"flow. KoJ whti lnd, and altogether Lttr ll.Jf, Tery lowest the market justifies. Co., who are railroad contractors, our institutions; and the rl8l.t on Itlently until ho reached the ape. ( land- It fun )' rrJi, If lH VtllllNK r4iJi, Hickmax, Kr , June 17, 1P00. who aro entirely able and capable BUIrl'nuiiVHiMi nuuuiu vkj uuva t cottonwood. sycamore, Ac All go)ds guarautced to be as represented t Hin career promised a nplendid; ( tUU I bitli It r Terras Tbe 160 acres limbered lands to put the cutcrptisc throiigh,nnd In tho form of a law absolutely ex It )4 nt NbfllMK !, . , TC. a. U l n II jn iiirtUn, degree of brilliancy, and through. will, in the twelve mouths, havo eluding immigrants who aro likely wilt tie told for cub only. The farms, ' and on one and two out several terms in Congress his man and llertweek !Twk! acompotitivoroad from Humboldt to prove burdensome or mischiev- oneMhird cash,Information addrrw, years. For further Ur rufet Malai.t.aau..ii.MWla.iU. limglllflcetlt gifts of Ofnlorj lltdtl n J ". u ' of' rcteli 0eVl to Hickman, lortniu an important ous. Wo havo reached a point JAS. H. McCONNELU held on lb such discrimlead in the grand trunk Dox 2, Columbus, Ky. JOU aJIUCC. the wholo country in n proiracieti via tun, were read, approfed and link from Kansas City, in line north- in our history whero desirable, but 0.133m ination la not only lug the minimum. His tlaliato ill Coticrcss t",wneJ ALLOffCI). ACCOCXT west, through southeast Missouri, Indispensable, if wo aro to mainwith old Don nutlrrmatlo his name N E WS. Now that the reason is approaching, bear in mind The fstlowliiK aerouut wai preinted, penetrating tho center of West tain tho advantages that lie at tho -- - famous. Why, In tho midst of properly anproted, "liteh.on airion. w TenucFsec, giving cheap and com very root of our national strength, FOIl SALE, AND SAWKO TO ORDBR. that you can get BARGAINS at Address, E. I.IDK.V. '""' 0'J"""U4 far,l,,!ulltlvornlc8 to most of tlio Ten safoty nnd progress. Tho facts 6:6 4m Soda Water at Swnync& Cos. such great success, Mr, Urown tmount' Hickman, Ky, will say this to presented by tho committee that Work hss been commenced MW flt to rctlro from public life J K Urown A Co.. lumber for cene C7 uessce farmer. A FKEK JIIT. $10 tho citizens living in the south- hns been investigating the subten. n Mr. Utsrj Cwgiu'i uew trick real, the CouuiKK Is not advised, ll western part of Obion county who ject go to show that in certain lo deif lAicnrcrxKTKRr lot. Vm wilt make a present to any ore ears, he for tho nast ten or more s directly interested, they calities loictKoern or a very on Tbe reported for It, of a tf rote Grate that will M,MTrnby " ?,,i11,rW,,1ii has not sought, or as wo under eieciitr City Clerk Kit. It. S. that he hid aro havo a rnllroiid soon. that takes iectionnblo typo havo crowded I deed to Fleming for will It Ho will exchange Farm Implements and Goods, af DUott,Ttnn., are viiltlng Mrs. N . ! 7..' to accept pub. ....I. - "m!'"J ,,0fc " III! "'"".v some time to put overruling in out tho honest nmi reputable ia - burn woou or coal either, cooking or Leal M" Fits DK, This Is free. Call and see. stand uccii willing at Cash Prices, for CATTLE. Headquarter for Cairgtih "W""I. 't also want a man to run shane. Tho deeds to rfohtnf wuv. ' borers, and practically taken pos- - any store. ,lc l,,AC0 funhur ,linn nt nU lhncail'V'"t for eame Mrs Fannie Alexander, 0f land donations and town bonds to Fession oT the Held of employment, our Corn Mill.JKO. W. MORBId & SON. 21: Tei, rrt Worth.Amberg. it vlihlng her mother, manifesting his old tlmo energy! Taturf r- ki rtiro. Mr. I'owdeily testifies that in tho bo voted, and tho authoritv Mia. Jaae &&lZ- ;nuij n0wer in behalf ol thesucressi The City Clerk picrcmed the pMI book to corporations is not doneciveti 'coal and coke regions the work is Si a UKl'1,12 IJOCH -S- oda WoteratHwnyneCoV'of Tlio Democratic principles. o?.ih AVof jfi' "b90 far day, amino capitalist will place, being mostly done by a class ofOf nil kinds, and the best variety. Everything sold I u iu m iuusecurities imuniu not Tho contest for tho Demnrest preas of tho 8lato nan reccuuy tha pnrpoMoi electing inret Truiie for uioncy as cheap a3 in any competing market. Medal has beta pulp,.! to Krlday Upj" T0)ort B,IBc;t HlU rnnee aim uupruvu), uiiu nuci'pi mdo his name prominent ns n Mr. Robert Faris, tbe Saddler and a careful exaralna nlgbtneit patiCli CO, tl ie smallest of wages, and who Bfty n I t0 ' bos opened a new shop In the rftn(,ii,ftto tho lino wilt'boput under luavo no understanding of our no- - home with J W. Hogere, where Ms friends -- Col i.uni", nwiiiu r.irs nffo,probn,,, I)cn,ocrn,, nrotnmA Ma ' ' "I V " C. Jehnsou and C thnt llttonl djouui ii(u tin 0.1titi tin f li r and customers can always find him. New mill iiu u MiMi.uj construction and completed msido nm,n oiiilnm H iraTieirrihu.iflellfuaa ihu piaM, for lnueriior, nnd wo 4ita, atUniomowii taitwteV, u( pisitiii. present canvass In somewhat fnitrr of tetei cut for Trtmteer. aoj. on of twelve mouths. Hucll iS: Co.' with our form of civilization. work made to order, but iteiareJUuij eUete iiro reliable and plenty nblo and umcr witnesses iien similar stones IIEPAIUIKG A SPECIALTY! '"" 'I,fr -- Wi: nro sole auents in thin that direction. T II E Of one thing wo Is not only a good and faithful work IsU,no?tbri n genial allowing is He but everybody knows that lie is hon tliV it man, Tl.Wlth orn or, YT" , rown' Uothug. UAurr est. aoi will only make boneit eUtements altogether bad. and do honest work Price reasonable. . rho Supremo Court of Ten- - stump, as the Democratic nominee l0 ,he oftJreriaf the eleciion held 00 be pany to stop fliclr road nt Iluni.' oO lour patronage solicited. nfMeehst dtcidrd the ObH eountf msi fof Governor, ablaze of Demo! Itli kit, Nrthur crfleiaaaftuth officer. boldt, btK to cam it to tho fiCa-- i INiMle eclllltf, 7' cratlc enthusiasm will ho enkin- . nan cr.MrHY. board, joining any company that tm?u JfAiJLi tlZ rZt . . ,7 " u ill iiiVMIIIil LV. t M,. 1 1111 1...M.I . uirriu ....I. of m..t n,fn- - iii bllliila .ni. cu an lieOn motion n( Connellman ?haw a rub in wiuiiik 10 uiiuu 10 aavnunaa, Dr. S. I. Davidson will leave died throughout the State such Wo will pay tho highest price rneellng the ettUena i onllrd to l'nrt Uoval or Charleston. In less nn t t., ..- ...hi.,, the SVih, lo aiiend in Irfin tale Ocntal has not been witnessed for twenty meet at the Oiy Hall n Tiiflay eieidng Produce. for a Gro purpose of tan ton yCnrH t f9 tm opinion of the the new fire organizingrecently company can Country find a fresh Also, you ll AnAeUtUit, at CVlumWla, TniH , and ...... ..r... u engine purci.as always supply of .tn.flionxnprtfl that ndonbo track tor years. bt abt)t far mysmI daia ihsrvafier ganttlnir fir coropanv cllj, at which meeting all eilU IUitter, Ivggs, Chickens, iVc, and rnllrnnil will Iia rnnnlroi! in iln ...-........... ... w .. U1. w .... Tho Democrats, and citizens of On motion, Council adjourned. .r..ll rruc.icu .u diucuu IJ.. DON'T FOKC.UT to go and "" are re.necimny In.mAiiuA liimlnnyft fpniu fl.n iiaHI,. a general line of Family GroceAtteM, Or order of the Council. cr Ut'CK Uuoh' beiiutlful stock Fulton county, ludici an well ns W I. McCUTCIIES, C. C. ries, at our store In East Hickman. W L.McCvTCiiEJf.aC. west to the seaboard lit tho south-- ' f Watches, Juat received. a:23 gentlemeu, certainly ought not to HELM BROS. east. Everything is moving on Wk yield tho palm to none in slowly to tlio end. 'A Call 011 Judge Wnllccr se27-t- f TIiai-tit n fAimril MnmiiUtiit miss thU opportunity of hearing our dUpltty of elegant values in l.y the dtiy paper. ihi the en..;. .nu.l Kentucky's finest orator, , the Hon. Walker having White Goods. Our Hemstitched " w Gi;nts' If von want a suit. people a II. II Kepreseotatlve lomade8 late ititratore are not doing their wk eflj' good tbe cUaily. We l.iv u9 hearU m & Go's. anil Hmbroidered Flouuclngs rank .equal in mako-uto tho pikkst, Soda Water at Swayuo , and in consmeratien ot uts haflng The pisini nert well among the best attractions in JMnuciiANT Tailoii Work, buy thorough kinowledge of the present 8tate groceryitnderslcned Iv. Csae, purchased the V will continue The cloning exercises of Hick that line. Ualtzi:u& Shaw. Btrouso oc isros' ittgu Art uiotn toDititutlon, aa wall as tbe renuiremenfe btufnfl stock ofold tand. and nronoeea to lb at Several now busluens houses nan College, Tlmndaj and Friday nlf hta, of the changes that are necessary ehoMMj good good, aud at fti low prlcas as and faeiery nierpri nr ing. & Shaw. despatch.-Bil-l Ualtzku were w,meMl by Una audiences, and vrl new be mads to our Constitution by amend noon the lapta and will I realllle If with creat pteartire and Mllsfactton. The any. "HI appreciate your trade, The boom in prices of Hick-maAc, and many of hU friends i) a DUYANT. (ulyfi tbe Mo- - Tna A O. KUrd U ccaplct Frittr ami grnerd nnAt;efnent of It In . real eut. and bottom land, Ia now The llaptist protracted moot-- ments, be would be a suitable Delegate rd, according lo prevent Motraet. echool have unlfled the "ihool Inter?!' of cry perceptible, connfiiuent upon tbe Inc. which has been In iirocrvss the past to tbe CoDstltutiooal Contention, soon to eoretnunlty, and tin t a high com proepccia nr ine new ranroau ami ictpc two wreW, hss resulted lu ) admissions to SHScmble In ... 0 nckllOwledgO a COinpIb,'the Frankfort, would suggest that ,nmlnu The ilaard of Triisieea, we un. All Ibe onuide appearanrrs are a favoraby letter, 8 or 9 conf erslons, j cbould kacoaeenl lo Ucoiue a candidate tuenlary from the Union Cily Athletic drrMand. hare re eleeted the entire corps ble an one Could whh for the building of the church . Tho Aome is the best Harrow in nu ui uiiuiixra (bat position, be would recede tue uar.for niur AeUHftn to the lib of July elbralin( n( fM.,lfr- - fnr ln It ianow Ikla UfM. fin 'I rallrAftil llita TmmT. hill llin who ha- Mamy Citukns. use, nnd at prices as low as cat. it the Kalr Orauads. near lhat city. An ,0 iMrr (ACt thai lliokiiun College will hlf h priced real cMMc boumers can aflford each night.cacnElder Halls a laienu-- been upport ol man nigui u preacninc bo bonght anywhere. interfiling and nriting programme ufce fraui rauk as a nri eia educational to sail tower for nwhi'r, for thrre Piigni ne and justly cMeeraoil a good maa. A nura- aoDO'iuced inetitulion HELM IHtOS, Ag'ts, FOK KENT! nany slip Ufa and delays )et That tbe of tandidatts were bapliaed Thursday and railroad wilt se27-t- f I'lcrulnc aeconllug to Soda Water at Hwnyno&Co's. Hickman, Ky. Lapikm who dpsira tho new I eveiCoi'ittRa 1.... starcvlrbeft built norarlime, mornln bjr ofKlder grand ..... .1.. custom tui. .i..i. the The two rooms formerly occupied by old,church. The the in KmbroIderieH tract has been let to apparently reliable members fesl that great good has boen, PerheDI Henry W. Hickman, former! Vi Vdykc Patterns Tylr, Kurnlturo Dealers, on JL. A.. n reeident of Ubiotn and thciltr nt il,t(an(l lces should not full to call. and rcFponsihle parties, nnd they contract ana t Dcing, aeeoapittBCS. itDerai teres. npp:y 1? lrU N n:vr.12 ui 3t, w Tbli ntj niilid N 61, II wi f p m I h Tula TrU N Aimmx M , 3 litf wa m Hickman, July 2ml. Ful ton, June ttOtli, Ptflf&l 1 Jig. 1iiPff& GROCSj 3F2. AX lX3ATJJltl iy close connection with north, and Jui.e-Ile- n Produce and Live Stoofe, Orst-elu&- .& 1110 vs J jr JuAggji BALZES SlAW. . Bw j 111 lotatltr Look at This 1H H - SS1T4SD Yai-I'rk- RELIABIiSH" k 37-- ear-fi- fl, R T SJltjSwilx lb.d ( Cl ( ' 3FLoofixxgr gl speoialtv UOUnor r-r- I LOCAL Cypress Lumber FARM IMPLEMENT B i: .- 1 ' 1 . 1- .- I at B. Shaw mmM 23? C.0-3- -srti w.".?, 111 O- , j jiur JV, hV iiLjufc,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. SS. 111 oiki-jh-- New Repair Shop ub.m. j "." enrof t-- I I 111 V ,,.,. couxTuiTi'icomjcis. -- , m t - - - ..... - .. tlml!! . , I n'v Covin SA Olil execute Job Work with neatness and ! ...J Is tliorouglily equipped, and prepared a ir Fresh Groceries. p . j - n li I 1 Heads, j ACME HARROW1. Letter Heads, nit-..io- n. , ' lr Note Heads, I coiinlr. ui.. ir.n....i r...Mi..t.... 1.. 1 1 ia ibe Wmoeraito nominee fort it. ...t I tf W.LMcCUTCIIEN, C. C DR. C Statements,- F.AJRIS H PHYSICAN AfJD SURUEON Envelopes, S l Mlllnnl Uf 1, rt-n- - - " ,," L 1 1 av I $trtftit ( Corner of Obin dnJ Well, thcro'a 1000 yards Dross Goods at 7, 10 nnd Jo cents; form W Z? HICEIIAN, UW sVUUsVsUjii' er price 15, 125, 15 aud 10 cents. Hood Work atUoc'k.bottoru Trices. M; MISS R. ADELLE ALLEN, GOO do, HuttouH at 5 conta per IC(MpH tllO IJOHt wolto. Succttior to , C. i.7ihn. dozen; former pneo 10, 15 aud -- Oo. .rl A.Hriovtma'Mt tr.1IIMi UORK n spfcialtT.-Yri- if n . !.-. J50 ynrtla Llonnt Laces, tJlOl s .. w-1 Cf I rA 71 JOHN F.UKVT. iWUIiS il 10 lurlios wIiUmu 10 cents: former, fi QtaUOiWry J Vi Iff I Ifi inar2(?-f- r Whereas pew Trusiecs are conitflntly nilce 25, .15 nnd tt) cenlH Kentucky. Hickman, otn asking tor copies of the new taw, Fancy Dress Uraid Tiimminga only stato Unit I have nritleu to vupl. at 10 ccntfi; nuhl nt 30 and 40c. NOT KEPT IX STOCK, Pickett, and he says T)00KS request. Funny Curtain Net, 10c; former Assooua the Public Acts of the late Tho Original Wins. OIV33 JI1M V T1UALI Matlonery of eery Tirlrty nd tJfl iiriicini aric 11 are puhlMird, ejire price 20 ceutH. t C. F. Simmon. St. I.ifl, 1'repV Also, of ... Am.nillIl.nli ln ,1- .- Common Nehool the Children's Hose, 10o per pair; Goods delivered to any part of the City. pJ. of tho aeent forStated. leading M.A.MmfunLlv.ralcJtlfo.JttJ Uw wUt bo duly publUhcd by thisnrhee" ooat us 25 aud U) contt. UnlttJ iS,o, in (he U b Court DVAT J The law reoutres the County Superni )l, ctlln. Tiop'r A. ().Syniofu Lu by Turkoy Kod Table Linen at 25c; hjickman Keeulator, lendent to be in bis ofHco on the 4t at -ivjlj r MA. b. llt' Jhk Zito47i.SH. ' . garble Works, M. ihr unlay In lime to qualify new Trmteea worth 10 cents. ivr wk ircil INniGSTI)N, MU.mn.v o. u. "ajr, U. I I shall be pleas "tciien, and settle with old onca ed- llYSrirsUiriK JIAPAwllK,l l"" Whlto Tatilo Linon, all .tic, at her maiden trip lo New Orleans, on u'"i Soilll Wat or lit SwayOO & Go's. ed to meet everr Trustee elsot and every 25c; worth 40o. JIICK.VAfr, A" J'. ArraiiTr. Mn a momavIi, K ... hw . IWckraan, C. C. Mr ; nesday, July 2nd, and should arrive at K". . nvt i ii. i;cimt i'uloi w. BLACKSMITH maiIbIkL.I.... .n iuaui;i n IK " in, " iviiuuh- cuhkhihu uu ikal .la. In "' T Btspheus, liphiuhiuvuiof Hickman on l t tiitiy morning, j uty nn, CM C!mich,Av mi, luiti.. wnus. i Men's Whlto TJnlaunilriot! Shirts J lllO OUglneora of tho MiflSOtUi, the necessary sctllemcnta and 1'acully B. C. intna i iwnii nc nwn wm n butof the exaot hour notification wilt be Pol mauler College VI. tot ;oMr t.va'iine .i. 4. Lumley, prln-- reuuasseo A Georgia Hnltroad have been the neceasary blauke. Now Is tbe time lo linen fronts, 10c; worth 75c. KENTUCKY. HIOKMAN, wired, Capt. Keith of the llelle of Mm lUckinan 'I h4 ipw Li hji.l A largo lot of Homimnt Dross OCALEa IN tu auhaiitut. phis will be'her oommaniler. and Cant olpl; MImm Alice N. Cheaney, Annie eugaged this week making the locating beiln to make every aobool a suectM this cmHLi. )o( , Bherron, Klla Illngwood, Matlie Peltow, Unrvcy of tho first sia nillei of the leveo, fall. "Z lu. ituH (nr ya J. II. Sai'MWW. Goods go nt 10c; worth 25 and 50e. Italian and Amkbican Marm.i bhlelds Kosa on tho Uolle of Memphis, cine, hut it don't amwur ttr Wilson, nml railroad fiorn Ilhkman townr.l th V i IVH MK A TKIAI. when jou waul mm l'mma L Hewitt and I ftwr . . purKe., An elegant lino of Dress Goods, or oa ilonc, Samuel County odUfMU. U. lUndl. Circuit hluhlauds of Mwlr d Uend. ami tbe Bur IliieUlriiN Arnlen Stitlic Trov Nows'lhinncr: monuments, tom1i ano orave J mainmhinff ktip a full line of lr. I H Cr.nee. BtiiUr 7 I hIbo A Maker, an ol 3(0ui $ and esteemed clttren of Jitdse; Joshua Nartor, County Judgr; T- vey of this much of the line wilt b com Tiic IlKSTHtLVK in the world for Cula, at 20 and 25c; sold heretofore ut stoni:s. rfTti icu ijjc' lie "I JKurLlvi Wolverlmi netghhorhoo says that receul. II, Johnson, SherltT; K. 8, Miirretl. Cnuu pleted and rsady (or the cootrootora by HnilwH, tioren, Ulcen, Kilt Ithetim rcer 30 ami 10 cents. te Undortakor'n Ooodc, A Kemomher theso nro Bargains HAVING In slock, a fine lot of It he received n letter from his dauxhter, ty Allnrney: W, P. Taylor, County Clsrk, Saturday evening, Tho promise Is that utea, Tetter. Chaped Hands, Chilblains, A N It' t a Comnnin, Roaewond, and Kolld Black Italian Marble, I am t Iimi Ut k itor J si Coma, and all Hkiu Krupllons, and living lu Arkausa, on Crowley's Hldgc, Churchert I Roman Catholic, and 4 dectearlng tbo timber, Ao , will follow finch as wero never offered before i Jia'j WiAtUU. tTuiy IttOlt erf Cniliua .tmt Case, which can be ftittfl red to All all orders'. Call and examine Opinion's ''for or agalnat'1 church., l CHIsge. mediately. In whloh aho staten (hat a tract of land curea Pile, or no pay required It here, and first como, first aorved. up on slprt notice, and at rcaonabU dy work. not tar from her home was recently sunk Hank, I newspaper (Hickman Couancit) don't count for Huythtni; now, nor do they la guaranteed toclve perfect autafartton, So call earlyf If you want choice. (1t4 m a oall. promptly priee Price Si5 cent" Hjr Ordera froor the diuntr1 to the depth of over 105 fiet during a (lea. Warren, proprietor, 8 Hotels. Pop- - hasten or retard Ihe work, nnd therefore or money refunded. t. Hohowbe, lor1"0? m Wtst lILkroau. recent earthquake, and thnt It Is being illation tJ.bOO, Ihe ground for the new let auy and all draw ooirchrfllotitf and wait box. For sale by V CO, Hied. ELLISON I ,'r astrous tire TuesJny evening, tbe fire originating In Klngtnin k. nomar s livery stable, spreading to the lee house of V .1 JUrry & Co on one side, and to the blAckamlih shop of J.J!, Latins and a tonsnt daeUing houj adjoinIrj( on the or ore all frame other Tho Th cause of the fire U not ku6wn, but conjectured lo be the accident of some one S hay loft. Kinsman A UoiUSr it (' beiivel losers, bill thpr saved all their horsea buggies, wagons, Ac , but only a part of their harness, & They had lb)0 Insurance on Ibe bona), and H00 on rolling stock. The les bcusc tad no tnsurir.cc loss atsat $100. Tbe tenant house and bla'cksmitb shop, owned by Dr. fori worth ntveral hundred dollars, and no Insurance. Tho shop, owned by J tl. Lattus no mMiranse, ana 103 aheut 5100. The rarln S stable was damtgel loffome extnl, but was The fire was ft 'T ilangeroiia one, and came near sweepnK same very valuab1 property, and itmteHt have done si but for the herole effirts of It forcibly reinliuh I U citUen firemen of llie neeelty of some firo apiara'us, aud In aa much as lite city has crlr d a to ir now Aro engine, and will ganlio afire company, Uiatobe tbnt tblft unavoidable misfortune mav at least hervo the Rood yuipoie of exiung all properly owners and citizens 19 an earnest eflart to make our fire organm tloa emcient, 5IJIV 5CMOOI, ,AV, ""-l"- Hickman wab visited by a disS. II. Clifford, New Cassel, HICKMAN, !' rjrr Wis , was OFFKUS troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, aulG-'Shis Stomach was disordered, his Liver degree, ap a atTect id to an alarming petite fell away, and he was terribly reThree" hot duced in rlcih and strength. The undersigned, cotamenclng buslnesa ties of Elc'irie Bitten cured him. In Hickman, only aiks a share of trade, EdwnrJ Shepherd, IMrrUburg, HI., bad nrnnoalnrr Imln HtmlfliL luial. mint-. 11.1 . l . lor. tt t trtii i T nr.' ii Bess, fiiung saiaraa - riinntu mm nn .,h .. ........B ..,.-.. io?3iur nmc rc- siamllng Used three bottles of Eleclrlcj celrel In each and eveiy transaction, and Ihaersand seveu boxes of Ilucklen's Ar-- t dealing lu no eensailons. A full supply nlca Salve, and bin leg Is sound and well, lei Family Groceries kept, and sold at as John Speaker, Catawba, 0., bad 6ve large )Qft prices as any, IVer Korei on hla leg, doctors said he was JulyS 0. Il, nRYANT. iiicurnMe. One bottle Kleclrla ill Iters and one box I)uckleoa Arnica Salve cured Mm entirely. Hold at C A Holcombe'a Driu atora. S ArJLAAAJk jf 4 A UOlA jLaJo. KENTUCKY hfi Professional Services to ud vlolulty uniioakuMU Ball Tickets, "Business Cards; No Sensation. , . S. -- m E. DAVIDSON, SALE AND LIVERY STABLE FAths I. & Pakrek,iinitti - itEprfucjtr W. WHAT'S OS Ol'U lam Counter. Don't Come and see, at the corner of Troy ana .Moscow Avenue, bast itlckrorn, Ky NOtrouble to show nii. $kk r- -. -. DIESTELDRLNK. 3 "Wray c X m rJK9 Tver Cowglll't Ilrni Rlnre,) Kcntuoliy. space lo name all articles, batne Ilielumu (Office goods. HavlnK purchased ,lha liable, bcia, , i and entire sulul wep.opoeto continue the" bunueM, aft't olicit patronafie TT EEP3 constantly on faVct for h'rf M. . UflRRM. minaiES and HACKcii You Forget 'V atie-iop- lt II V 'JT It! t AttorneySt., at - Law, Clinton Office, B. T. DAVIS, IIIOKMAN, KY. Laclede Block, And net your IIIaeVsihUhiiS and Will attend promptly to all bualneu 10 bis care. inch I J. F. GRAY'S; ttnge ; Hepalriny done at STOP! fftnsru , s 1 . I II IS IN HICSMA1TI .r--- .. A THATEIEMT 1 1 111 news-rape- ri "- Is ir, 1 A. F. OLIVER, 11 f III ft V. UAMAGE, d IKffl, Wal-pu- jk I k rM , 11 . I 1, hhI-thel- y pre-f- i Ai 1 C.-- Uriijf-rls- very rapidly ftlUd with water ihurob wan donated t'y Mr, John Witting, antirve SMITH, & ay . ttiy Mflfftf 'mm 22S!8MMaiBSi ' ' ' 4"'tfff vlf vV--r ' w T. - ,f ' . ! .''' W7r!A,u2 ','-- "-" ffir5!r1 WKTr HI ? ! tfjBwaB t formr-il- , , m " Im r &&. , H - - aj- - -- ' "57- - aw aaamai ii hi TillC KATHKK-'- KISS. ilio Bittor Pnnt Wlpod Out by tho Prodlffnl'u Boturn, Anil (Iip liim nf lltrrnnlI'J I'lnnnl Am Nrtrr Itrv. T. rrinil Or Will InloolBr, tl.U. or In wlial ovll vJfP fo' "ay linto nntrtnlnod; Imt jon niroadjr to nclciionlpilgn. If your honrthn not cliauppil liy the Rracotif (M thatjon nro a jrresU way oir -- nvo. o r oil tliat jron can not irct bat.ik of Ttir'lve You thl nolllll llkll In union llnntr. momont jou would start, If invrro not for thin sin and that habit, tni tlil Hut I am to toll von ol the j lm A. ? ''J ""' ,0" ntiat tlio Jowaaalil lijrtliolr tvntihi "Ills lilowl bo on in nml on our dill, What iI.mm it nil nioiiti, my ilren? brother, m alitor? Why. it tnefun Hint for our lost ran thoro ;ni a I'atlror'-- i ,MBk 'Uon uPn lt nd III. 1.00 brotigbt Him down. ed the jrato. bo would drop down from erhai .uon. back. lprJPf-iiloHn did not know However well appareled so may bo In fatal might overtakeImt MniSi-ytho morning when wo start out on a up to the donrslll. an I so th! "" trot Tather Journey, beforo night, what with tho ran. most pt-- t speaks lllblo for dust and tho jostling wo haiu lost all of Owl Tho walking. the ns cleanliness of appearance. "In tho fourth waUti of thoftight," it JI11 1 this prodigal when bo started from sajH, "Ji'iiM r.iliio uiii thnra alklng w as ragged and wretchthe on tbn sea." "Ho v ilk thji n the ed, and his appearance, after ho bad gone through dajs of journeying and ex- vVlngsof the wind." iiir llr; parents nulklng In posure, you can moro oaslly Imagino heard tbo volco of the Lord, tho than doscrllx'. As tho peoplo seo this whongarden In tho cool of the day; but n sinner starts for (Jod thf Fathor prodigal coming on homeward, they ii! if n mamover wondur who bo is. Thoy saj: "I won- runs to meet him. to der what prlon ho has broken out of. wants help It Is whon ho tries become I wonder what lazarotto ho has escaped a Christian, 'iho world says to blm: Have more spirit. from. I wonder with what plague be "Hack with will smito tho air" Although these Don't bo hampered with rollglon. Tlmo get slclft peoplo may hao lcon woll acquainted enough jot Walt until "jou tan says: you get old fomllj-- , jet they do not Imag- Walt until vlth tho "Hack with jou; you aro so bad Put ino that this is tho rory young man who Ood will have nothing to lo with you;'' went of only a little while ago with or "You aro pool enough and need nu quick step, and ruddy-cheeand beautiease, eat, drink ful apparel. Tho young man, 1 think, ltedeemor. Tako thine thousand volcos " Ten walks very fast, lln looks ns though ho and be merry i is .viinril wero Intent upon something very Im- Ray: "lUck with you, a ollcofjBn of 1 master. Tho Church is portant. Tho people stop. Thoy look hypo-rite- s. Ins. Hack Into at him. Thoy wonder whoro ho came to your evil indulgence nmr to baok your lack from. They wonder w hero ho Is going SOME BIG TrHNGS. prayprle pillow. The Olios thing a to. young man ever dovi m roco homo Th Ijircol I nrtorr, Itulir, You havo heard of a son who went off ' Oh! hovv, f rinnrr nn.1 Trlmrnpx. to sea and novcr returned. All tho peo- aftor he has been wond .inir 111H011 jinn a man w. " inv nouaing. j no mjoi Liverpool must ooawamoa ple In tho neighborhood thought tho son to become a ChiMHanJ' Indeed; tho somewhat doubtful distinction of would never return, but tho nimnU trios not find his tho prodigal tojbls Shaving tho blggost e In tho J hey camo to no such conclusion. father's hous. alonn. I ' ss somo ono world. This huge Institution has amplo would go by tho hour and day and sit comes to meet him he h.i hotter havo accommodation for 5, UOO inmates, which, upon the bcich, looking olT upon tlio by Ihonttiho trui.i.'.s. happily, is scarcely evr nuodctl atony watT, expecting to sco the sail that staved you might time. When the tide conn s would bring home the long ahsont boy. In.' woepba?k The biggest workshop in tho world is And so I think this father of my text sat moro easily with your nM.,1.1.m ,1r(. ). .!.- ..... n.(fpi,u ...a., urn, under tho vino looking out toward tho. tlm f...,.- tli.n j,... wv.x. .h..v UVjnJ said to lie that of Hprr Krupp, the road on which his son had departed; but tho ocean of your unforgiwn transgrosl famous gun maker of Esen. The growth ' vv bat aro wo to d Are wo to of this vast establishment has been tho father has changed very much since slons. In 18.18 it omplojed nine wo saw him last His hair has become fight tho battle alono, and trudgo on wonderful. while, his checks are furrowed, his heart with no one to aid us, and no rock to workmen: In 1SI, 74; In. Inly, 18SS 20,000 men woro employed, and the families of Is broken. What Is all this Iraunliful shelter us. and no word of eheer us? (Hory Ih to (Tod.-w- o tho workmen ntimbonsl 73,709 souls. Of tablo to him when his son may bo lackhave in the text tho annoiiiKCment: these, 5I.1M roslde in dwellings providing bread? What Is all tlio splonJor of tho wardrobe of that homestead when "When ho "was yet a gTeit wav off, bis ed by the firm. There aro nt Kssen When tbo sinner starts 1,105 furnaces of various constructions, tho son may not havo a decent coat? father ran (,'od ni Itollers, 92 steam hammers of from What aro all tho sheep on that hillside for Ood. Ood starts for the "Inner to tho father whon his pet lamb Is gone? does not como out with a slow and hesi- 300 to 100.00O pounds, 370 steam engines Still bo alts and watches, looking out on tating pace. The infinite spa.o slips with a total of 27,000 horsn power; 1,724 bonoath Ills fii't, nnd Ho takes worlds dldoront machlnus, and At) oranos. Of tho road, and one day ho bubulds a "Tho father n " O, coal and coko 2,7811 tons nro uscd'daily. Ho eos him rise aloto the at a lxvnnd hill; first tho head, and after awhile the wonderful meeting, when Uo.1 inj tho and II high furnacoa of tho latest con "Tho fotln r ran." struction produces about COO tons of iron cntiro body; and as soonns ho gets a fair soul come together. glanco of him he knows it is his recreant You sta-- t for Oml, and Ood slaru for every day. Tho largest sailing ship in the world ton. Ho forgo ts tho rrutcb, and the you, and jou moot; nntl vhllathessfols Is said to bo in the possession of Franco. cane, and tho stillness of tho joints, and rejoice ovor tho mooting, your father falls upon your neck with Her namo is tho Franco. Sho is a vesbounds away, I think the peoplo all sel with to masts, on four of which around were amazed. They said: "It attestations of compassion and pirilnn is only a foot-paIt Is only somo old Your poor, vvandorlng, sinful, polluted iuart sail I carried. The length is Sil soft!, and the loving, tho eternal Fat'.rr fwt, v, 1th a beam of III feet. Tho cjryo tramp of tho road. Don't go out to meet havo met. which tho Franco could carrj-- is no less him." I remark upon tbo father's kk. than 01,000 ion. Tho ship Is built of Tho change in tho son's appoaranco upon his neck," my text ss , "nd steel, her m.isti and yards lieing of tho could not hldo tho marks by which the klssoti blm." It is not ovory faiher that same material. Sho is at prosent trading fathor knew tho boy. You know that porwns of a great deal of independenco would hnve dono that vvnyv Some would bitween Franco and tho I'.ielflc. Tho biggest ruby In. the world is found of charactor aro apt to indicate it In have scolded him. and said: "Hsrc, you their walk. For that reason tho sailor went off with beautiful clothes, hut In the t'aar of Russia's crown, whllhhas you aro nil in tatters tho distinction of being tlio llnestever almost always has a peculiar stop, nut now In shape It re- only because hn stands much on ship- You went off healthy, and come back worn by any sovereign. board amid tho rocking of tho sea, and sick and wasted with your dissipation." srmblm a lilshop n miter, and on its bo has to balance himself, but ho has Bo did not say that Tho son, all hag- croat is a cross composed of flvo superb for tho most part an Independent char- gard, and ragged, and filthy and wretch- - diamonds, which support tho "hlggosf acter, which would show In his gait, ou, stoo.1 neiorn nis taxnor. nu lather nibr. A follattx! arch, comuosod f oten if ho novcr went on tbo ea; and charged -him wlthnonoof hit wonder- - ..i.fln magnificent diamonds . supportii . . .. .. . i.i i..... 1... it- - jus. 1,1in,.!. 11,.- jmi mi, cross, ana on oacn siue 01 tno aron wo know from what transpired aftern.tt. ...- 1.... ward, and from what transpirod beforo, kissed him Ills vvrolchodnoss was a is a hoop of thirty-eigh- t pearls, than i,cu thoro are nono hnndsomer in tho that this prodigal son was of an inde- recommendation to that father's love, pendent and frank nature; and I supposo Oh, that fathor's klssl Bow shall I do- - world. God?-tl- io ardor with Tho biggest flower in tho world Was that tho characteristics of bis mind and scrlbo tho lovo of heart woro tho characteristics of his which he recolves a sinner back again' recently discovered by Br. Alexander walk. And so tho father knew blm. Ho Olvo me a plummet with which 1 way Schadenhflrg. It was found on Mount puts out bis withered arms toward him; fathom thU sea. Olvo mo a ladder with I'arag. which is situatod on ono of the ho brings his wrinkled faco agalist tho which I may scalo this holgl.t l,m. l'lilllppino islands Tho native who palo check of bis sou; ho klsrs tho nan m words with which I randnsenbo this accompanied Dr. Sohadei.burgcullod tbo lips; ho thanks (iod that the long agony love. Tho apostlo says in one place. flower "bolo." Tb bola In bloom is a Is over. "When bo was yet a groat way "unsoarchable, ' In another, "past findfine potaled flower, nearly a vard In dl- ing out" Height overtopping all height, amotor, ns large as ,1 carriage wheel. A off his fathor saw him, and had compassion, and ran, and fell on bis neck and depth plunging bonoath all depth; single flower weighed over twentj'-twbreadth enmjMssIni' all Immensity. pounds. Tho Uvo (ictalsof the immunsn kisH'd him." Oh, this lovo! God so loved tho world Oh, do you not recognize that Fathor? lloweraroov.il and creamy white, and Ho loves you. Don't you ballovo it? grow around a confer lllled with countWho was it? ItisGodl Ihavonosym-pathstamens. with that iron clad theology Has He not donp every thing to muko less long, vlolot-hue- d Tho biggest teloscopo In tho world, which represents (!od as hard, sovero jou think so? He hns given you life, and viiidiotlto. Cod U & Fatl.Gr kind, health, home, tli iin nf your orected at Kallng, In l.ngland, has Just , lotlng, lenient, longsufforlng, patient by Mr Comband, the sight of your cyojthe hearing been made, and Ho flies to our Immortal rescue. of Its wholo miss ear He has Btrown 011r path mon, thn astronomer. weighs uearlj' twenty tons. Oil, that wo might realize Itl A wealthy with mercies. "T- The enorHo has fed you, clothed you, sheltered mous Iron cjllndor which forms tbo Jady In ono of tho llastorn countries was going oil for somo time, and sho you, dofendod you, lqvod you impor- toho is "0 fcot long nnd eight sked hor daughters for &omo memento tuned you all your Bfo long. Don t jou feet In diameter, resembling tho ordl. to carry with hor. Ono of tho daugh- believed Ho loved youi. y it now ir.irj' boiler of u nloliuiiary engine. ters brought n imirblti UMwt beautifully jou .should start up frmii lb'' w 1J mos this Is dollcately distributed some inscribed, and anolberdaueUtctlirousht of your sin. lln would tkaar:VAl-.inns- , thn wholo Instruten tons of a. iicauuiiii wreatn ol flowors. Tlio around you. luliiuKe v..u HySUn that ment going to form one of the most third daughter came and said: "Mother, Hn loves you, Ho Ktocijrd la' nangor, wonderful manhlnu which tho planet 1 brought neither flowers nor tablet, and cross, and Hopuli h - WllluJI tho IKissesses. Through Mr. Common's but hero Is my heart. I hao inscribed passions of Ills holy iu iro ro'ned, Ho It wllllio easy to seo no fower it all o or with your name, nnd wher- stands lmfoio jou Mn wuuld than 50,000,000 stars. ever you go it will go with yon." Tho coax you to happiness and Heaven!- Oh, mothor recognized It as tho best of nil this I uther s kiss! Jihmc , oilnh Some ono asked an old lady about a "Could you re moniker It?" tho mementoes. Oh, that our souls meaning, and lovo, an! .0nip erraon: Ion" u might go out toward our Father that It; so much pardon In I ho mi l.n, no; Iho minister couldn't romem Heavour hoarts might bo written all ovor en In It I proclaim Him tho I d God, her it hlmelf. Bo had to havo It writwith tho evidences of Ills loving merciful, gracious ing .,, rorliiff, ten down " and that wo might nuvor again for- abundant In giMKlnes rid truth. Lost Tho clerk who Is ambltiqus to exsake Him. you would not bellev. J0 g0!S up cel, nnd realizes that promotion Is the In tho first placo, I notlco In this toxt totiolgotha, and whlh tl 10, lea aro reward of lubor and duly well the fatbor's ojcslght; in tho second rending, and the graves r(, cponlng. Is on tho ultimate road to fort placo, I notlco the father's hasle; and, and tho mobs nro how ng, nl tho' nun uno. in tbo third place, I notlco tho father's in dying, Bodies for Vo, Seo IHml Fame Is an undertaker that paysbut kiss. Sto him on tlio.Mmintof iflxlon, Iho To begin: tho father's eyesight awoat on his brow tlni d hi, tho blood little attention to tho living, but the dead, furnishes out tholr fu"Whon ho was a greatway olfhls fathor oxudlng from Ills la.fnt.,1 tnmplosl saw him." You bavo noticed how old peo- Soo His eves swimming in d. ah! Boar nerals and carries thorn to tho grave ple sometimes puta hook off on tho other tho loud breathing of the Sufferer ns Bo We pay and pay dearly for expert-oiicfcldo of tho light, Thoy can seoadlstanco pants but wo may yet got back both a groat deal easier than thoy can closo Bark to the fall of i, bluod from by, I do not know whothor this father brow, and hand, and fc t "ii tlm rocks principal and Interest if wo so It as a could sco well that which was near by, lieuo.ith drop! drop' h.,, Look at tho M,ht to guide our future course. but I do know ho could hoo a groat way nulls' How wld the w, nu art' Wldor We know bow easy It is to do tbo olf. "Hit father saw blm." l'orhaps do they giiio as Ills lch oiik dow n ho had been looking for tho roturn of upontliem. Ohl thUcruuiUlgnngunyl wrong tliln?, and get used to doing it that boy especially that day I do not Tears melting Into tears j V1 flowing Try the right thing so as to got used to know but that ho had been In prayer, Into bloat Darkno 4r..pi,i,r(j'n dark-nes- s doing it Christian Union. end that Ood had told him that that day HamU of men .om. d with hand Ono will often accopt plain truths tho recreant boy would como home. of dovlls to tear apai t . quivering without offenso If. served with a sauco "The father saw him a great way off." heart of thu Son of God' composed of kindliness and cheerful-nciiI wonder it God's eyesight can descry Oh! Will He nover m i, .igahi? Will tis when wo aro coming back to Him? that crimson lice tievoi i.i,, ., npftn? Tho toxt pictures our condition we aro Ilo will speak main Mill. ihabloodU Nothing sits so gracefully upon chila great way off. Tho young man was suffusing llli brow, mil t, inning Bis dren as habitual respect and dutiful not farthor olf from his father's house, chock, and gathering , norn and lip, department towards their parents. sin is not farthor oil from holiness, hell nnd jou think Ho is ei, , .a nml n as our with our judgment -'- Tin Is not farthor oil from Heaven than wo not spoak , ,1ltfj Ho trie. a tho watches, novor two go just allko, yot bavo bean by our sins away off from our ages urlllu- 'Tutl,. r f. thorn, God; aye, so far off that wo could not thoy know not what On ,1 u thoro mob. bolicves In his own. I'ope. hear Ills voice, though vobeinontly Ho iiofinphtKiNiii sikI, - From mo lulus of our castles in ,4tJiat U lias called us year after jour. do not i..ke yum dry ,.,., .iln we may lay tho foundation, of .a 10ttr know what tad habits you may huiu id heart bieak? iinJUlt i,ru j01)r bubstantUl ouo nearer Luwo. ' swine-troug- rosa inat his inothcrcamo lo jrrcoi nim. supposo .l.n w.w dead. Slio ttnnM li.no been tho first to como out. H'l.rt father would htno ghen tho second kiss to tho returnlnjr prodigal; tho mother tho first. It may bavo been lor tho lack of her oxamplo and prajors that ho a prodigal, Sometimes the father does not know how lo manage, tho children of tbu household, Tl ci.lof nork comes upon tho mother. Indeed, no ono por gets over tho calamity of losing a mother in early life. Still, this young man was not ungrcctcd whon ho came bo-ca- ramo hack after awhile. Suml-iDr. Tnlmniro's Mrinon tim way a ,,0 m, twn aU , frmtUi. on tbn IWIgnl Son. ami lit text was nj ymr u 01ir jllailran- I.Hkoxv.. HO: "When ho wai jot nKrwU tag0K Ufy bocn ,()Jn Inn for jour way olf liia fathor aw blm, and had coming, iio lian not boon luoklwrat.Tnii remnntolon. and ran, and full on lil with a orltlc'n or a Ivttllfr oyr but with neck and him " a father' oyc; and If a rVirrni eier One of tho nelli thai Inspir- pitied a child, (lod jiltlra 'i i at ation oor oponrd l thl woll of a para, "Oh I bad no ninny nrllynti mirromi'lmir TIip when I bio which wo can never exlinurL startod In Ufo." Your latin r )viralilo, I suppose., was founded on fact. eoi It. You najT "I lime i I haiedfocrlliod to jou tho polntf away many bad surroundings no. ni' of this prodigal son from bis father's It, Is ery dlDlcult for mi to houso, and I have shown you what a break nway from ovll naa itlii w llderness, haul tlmo ho had dow n In tho Your I'ntbor mes It, anil If jo'i ilioulJ and what a iery great mlstaVo It was start heavenward ' I nrnr wu a for him to leno so beautiful a homo for jour Father would not sit Idly dovnnnd Mioli ii inNfiablo desert. But hn did allow jou to striiBRlo 011 tin tnwirJUim. not always stay In tho wilderness; ho off He Seeing lat I athor's ojpl(lit. "Ho hw Mm a jri .in,g0. ,, Omnltent lotol Infinite lotol llleed Infr IotoI Kerlastlng lovol ' OK for this M Uie shatlorod tho j;rnvo. Ino If toil llimnpln rosureetlon. Sovereign loe 1 foo I.ovb open loil to thn saorlllre. And Now, lotn let rwki ami hills Thflrlastinx tlnoe brfftk; hsrmnnloiu human p. p fT.ie devjxt Wo do not stroy blm" I'lto hundred t mcx b "iff It takci our lI.onl Tai'Tto ... . .. . . "Hma tu .1 u.'iivuraiico 01 iort mf 1.1 "When bo wasa groat wav 01T lilslailirr saw him." And this brings mo lo noti'i" "" Father's haste. Tbo lllblo iX n rm No vvondor! Ho did not kno bn tii.it md tho young man wmld change 1J and go back. Be did not kns"l it would fly to tho rescue. H6n long dis i. ,i.n n ritiif.r in in,,.?I ... ... 'uiin . of tho . , nhw.iv IMiIhuIiIM - l,e then and . a swift lehlclo is comlnR. mil mi '"' -- Oh.no' joun creat WSJ ... , -- jou accept that Fathor' ktt? Ike Holy Spirit comes t ytu with Ills arousing, mellinjr, alarming, lavltlng, vlrlfyltiR inflnenro. Hearer, hat creates In tlieo that unrest? It Is tlio Holy (IhosU What Inlluenco now tells thpe that it Is tlmo to fly, that tomorrow may bo too late; that there Is 0110 door, one road, ono cross, onu sacrifice, one .Ipsiis. It U tho Holy tlhosL My nioU uttfent word is to thoo who, ltko tho younu man of mv text, area WHV olT. nod M.ov will start for lnmn nnil tnny wlH R(lt 1()np .j.,10J. "1 jel preaeb tho (losno and on eom-- I L.i .1 IWIIW .... i,. !) i.l ,.,,,, .1. T MI1 II ttlUllUU Ull broad, aeoeptnblo to every body, n beeatHo of tholr holy UK and their lwlmvlnr. Vim J..r.l In ivo you. lour home bis got lo bo rebuilt. Your physical health has got to lie restored. Your worldly business has got to bo reconstructed Tin. Church of Uod Is going to rejoloo over your You aru not Gospel hardened. You havo not heard or read manj sermons during tho last few ,oars. Yon do not wcop, but tbo abnvvor Is not far off. You slifh, and you bavo noticed that there Is always a sigh In tho wind before tlio tain falls. There nro those who would glvo any thing if thoy could llnd relief In tears. Thpy say: Oh, my wasted life! Oh, tho bitter past! Oh. tho gravps ovor which 1 havo stumbliHlt Whither shall I My? Alas for tho future! F.very thing is dark so dark, sa dark Ood help mo! Ood pity me!" Thank iho Lord for that last utterance You have begun to praj-- , and when a mnn logins to petition, that sots nil Heaven Hying this way, and Ood stopa In, and beats Iwck the hounds of teniptn. Hon to their kennol, nnd around about tho poor wounded soul put tho covert of bis pinioning morcr. Hark! I hear Bomethlng fall. What was that? It Is the Kirs of tho fence around tho sheen-fold- . The shnphord lots thnm down, nnd the hunted sheep of tho mountain bound In; somo of them their fleece torn with tho hramblos, somo of thoui their ltitnii l i flu iI.imji list t.iiti.t in. Think Owl! Savod for timo and saved for ft.rnlty. will )al." lnguc ,.,. 1 con-tha- l..im 0.-... lff 1 !, Work-llnu.- f, rli nj work-hous- 111 - iiutlon of tho school book buslnss. Thoy realize that tho tlmo has como when something must bo dono nnd somo means doviscd for reducing tho cost ol school books to tho people and for enabling tho pitrons of tbo schools to purchiso their supplies of books direct from tho publishers nt net prices wherever they doslro so to do. Thoy hive folt that tho future of their bust. ne"s Is seriously threatonol by thn which has been croated by tho exorbitant prlcos charged for school books by the local retailer, rheto havo been loo many profits mad ff of sohool books, and In reorganizing tholr business Into this now stock do so for tho purposo and with tho determination to establish slosor relations with tho actual purchasers of tho books and glvo them tho benefit of tho lowest potslblo pricov. To accomplish this now dnpsrturo in the minnerof furnishing school books at roduced prices, a greater economy In manufacturing tho book and In conducting tho business must be practiced, and this is tho object held In view by tho firms nbovo named In forming tho now comply. UiiduaUs now organization onoplant anOtino forco of clerks and agents will do the business which has heretofore required soverai oxponstvo establishments. Tho saving of oxponso tn this direction will bo evident to anyone, and bcsldo this thoro will also bo a m tterial advantago to tho now company In the fact that It will bo ablo to got better terms in pur chasing tho piper, printers' nk and other material used in tho uiankfacturo of tho books. It hxs been stated by tho comptltors nnd opponents of this now ooinpany that as soon, as it gets control of th trado in a Stito it will at once in roast tho prtco of books. Tho fslsliv ol this criticism can net bo better provon than by this willingness of tho new rm panytoglve guaranty with satisfactory bond in any reasonablo amount, as follows: First, Hut there will bo no inrreav In pricos for flvo, ton or oven twenty j ears It deslrod; and second, that if a anytime the nowcompany's prloesshal bo roduced to a lower flguro, tint re duced price will at onco Wo mo the established prlco under all contracts To those who aro Informed In the matter It Is well known that tho majority of the vhool books now In uso In the schools throughout tho country are published by tho fout liousos which havo formed the new 00m pany. It is tho otrnest desire of the company to havo theso Ixioks contln uedtnusn in tho schools, and It will aim to mako it for the Interest of tht pablto to use them. By a generous policy tho new com pany expects to Innreaso Its business and to socuro tho widest possible silo for its lwoks, realizing that the only way in. whioh this can bo accom-pusneau oyiurnisning we books totnt peoplo direct and at lower prices than school books have cverbeon bought 1 SCHOOL BOOKS. A $nlijrt or (lrnfrsl Interact to nl others IUU Chlldr.u tI'srcnli Kd. cnte The four lending school book publishing house of tho country which hav heretofore boon known under tho following stylos and titles, yl: Van Antwerp, Hragg . Co., Clnoln-natl- ; lvison, Hlakninan ,t Co., New York; A. H. Birnos .fc Co , New Y'orki I). Apploton ft, Co., Now York, after a full and caroftil consideration of all tho circumstances, hive decided to form an Incorporated company for the prose FARM AND GARDEN. THE HAY CHOP. I'uttlni:. t urliiB Kir. - nro thousands of tons of hay Thenwasted bv careless stacking and improper covering, but tens of thousands of tons aro wasted and truinpled unilnr feetbi nrploss and improper feeding A Htlb i' rajearagonn lowafaruior sent to the Orange Juild Farmer a sketch and desert; tion of a raok to food hay, which was 11 utratrd in its columns, ltpsayn: I b.ivi used such a rack for several years and 1 think It Is the very best 1 or seen doscrlKd, and mueh have superior to tho ono Illustrated In this Journ il 1 lew weeks ngo, as I know by But 1 actual experience with both havo hit upon what 1 consider a letter schrmn in feeding hay, and that l Liu-"- ' k rack (illustrated herewith). Ilulld vour rack lioforo you stack your bay It Is best to build ttxo ns to make, a fi e, whero tho cattle do not havo Then acco'.'N to answer for ono side. build your rack on tho other sldo and ends according to tho size uf stick. I have seen somo with rack all nround, but iMnk that this is moro costly and vinn cessiry. 1' .no good heavy posts (a) seven feet lotv, tno and a halt feet in the ground and eigM or ten feet apart Put short Iran a 1 tho Inside of each ost (not A SHEEP-EATIN- O PARROTS. Thr)- - Cniitliift 1 8imr IllnU fur sti4iitU Htm kins, mid . 11 Ooti-- n man vvao lieonmn singular btid h&a recently been add-'lntolctol on II U rsftftlriallt ii itlVll the bu- re Lnlte'1,t. m! ie..-.- l to thoTollectlon In the l,ondoti Zoo- Bcrntod beverajres ho suki to Ikj nlr ttshtt-l.llt- lit. Kihii ! tuntiofu tu.uU t1U111' tur irr Ian. All rml fmtitr rui in tn in m ri uiuuff logical Hardens tho much talked of liti mlii isJIiriil y J C Htvtpis Murque.. W Va , savsi FARMER carnivorous parrot which conllnos lis riltitHirtf. Ii.it iiii t'NlitiTlil uruttrodtiiopr nvn bad "llrtlls iii nr nihPf tHiiiiiori lovo of animal flesh almost exclusively oats) of Hi Imii uunh l)rugflsts Sell it, ;0c II Ii mm simiMiiii iiinn, uiti nil to mutton. According tothonatunvllsts Nf HO l H4 IU.UUI' l01 that have examined this rara nvls, it ' 'VZ .;1?J ' mmo fr"n t'lilH, but uliti lUnr1 possesses two qualities heretofore mi- seems like It OBtfnt to,vv0hliiBtou HUr nmiMifHiiur t nu , ll now n In birds of Its species. Tbo first .v.. o,.im Innaotrvm for Consumption mtnlM. n(t Hn till!'linrlil II rm (aw itu IVrui, buy WHMl ft'fti exIs this propensity, an Cures where uUh--i 1, IIim fwk Xm, ii tm mnt Ininlly, ception to tho wholo parrot TOWN CO., Pittsbnrg, Kan. PITTSBURG which Is frugivoruiis, living on fruits, J'u J.mHf ': ' ' ,"cl1 t, seed, leaves, buds and tho like; and second, tho fart that this carnivorous tusto Aflcr dinner sa, id "Tmisllls l'uuclu" A Noted Divine Is not natural, but acquired. t linv lirn luluir Tllir l.llrr l'llls TlANMn h"d' I lxir.l WaaMng This curious bird Is tho kea (Nostor for Hvrislu Went, Nloiom Ii hikI 4 wlliiii)k, Willi Wllicil I ton HUir liMliaT notabllls), or mountain parrot, nnd lim Bllllilcil. comes from Now 'Zealand its general color of plumage Is green; Its length from point of bill to extremity of tail, d i 1 1 11 Pl hrlr I in for Anlinnl I Almoil Ktrliitttrly to Motion. l)n not pin to hnr weaken tho bowels but iictspociallv r the iirtr nnil hlin. a perfect trail liver oorm u r Urtw's UtUo Liver l'llls. MnPASjs inns ia Mr m a ins Pitts'j'jrg, Kansas. PITTSBURG - flesh-eatin- g "'l Saya: twenlj-'on- e inehos; Its hill, two inches, "SfSTfrH. M&S KKKI) IUCK. two-inc. full-grow- n V'ft.jvu mvm& shown in engraving) to prevent the stock from pushing It in when reaahing h nlke two planks f.r hay P ono foot wldo around tho bottom. Thon bolt a 4x1 Inch piece, (c) or good reavy polo above tho top of planks two, r two and a half foot according to tho r lo of thu stock, as lattlo will require a larger space than calves it young stock. This rail Is necessary. as cattle aro very llablo to "Nu" one another Into tho rack, and falling on taelr backs If not found at once will get killed, as I know by actual exorlence; ven after thoy woro dehorned forco a wenker animal Into the u inger. I.ot your cattle just eat the iy from the stark, making them oat It near tho bottom nspvsslblo. and then throw out tho refuse that accumulates m feeding. Thon throw It down from one end just as you would If you wero going to haul It to thn ruck, oxoslng no more of Mis stack than you can feesl in two or three wioks. Kill tho rack around the sldo of tho stack to tho top nt the planks, as tho stock are liable to pull the hay out and trample it under foot it piled up to the ratling. Give them just enough so they will clean it up well. and hoforo feeding again throw out all the refuse. Just as you do with year horses' mangers. If you have good hay. well stacked, it it a ploasuro to feed It this way. and an esy matter, too, Tho reason I think thej-woul- Umptod to dvHGrt Ui ImblU and join tho destructive army of the caronlvora. Aliout 183 It was noticed that tho shnnp of tho uplands wero suffering from sores and scabs In tho region of tho loins, and that almost Invariably tho snllercrs wero those fattest and healthiest Many dlsousstons ensued as to what could bo the oausu of this singular state of affairs. At last a herder said that ho believed tbo parrot did It but was only laughed at, yet subsequent events proved his theory the correct ono Soon after somo of the shepherds saw the feat lion si cannibal seated on the htm of a sheep helping himself to a dish of live mutton From that day for ward the bird was known ns thn sheep-eating parrot the feathered wonder of tho antipodes. KrptiMlc. St trull-uAllh- with upper inaudible much curvixl and very strong. It Inhabits thu higher wooded glons nnd dark recesses of I tie mountain districts of thn Island above-- 1 nr.mcd, and Hku tho owl, Is generally nocturnal In its habits Although thn J ken has boon known to ornithologists slnco l&d, the nliovo spetlmen is, the first of Its kind that has over been allvo exhibited in ( In of Britain. tlmo tbo tbu Maori rulo In New 'Zealand tho Urdv.ax as Innocent and harmless as any of the parrot species, and It was not until tho higher tracts of the country woro utilized ns sheep runs that tho kea was ! Tiitt's Pills K?81 ARE A SPECIAL I n 1 BLESSING. erliml not llilnirloilitiiievoiiiiirlt I reeriiiiiiiiriul llirm In nil CimmI. 110 mrilli Inn In rllunre " llv I II. OSI.OOIl, en Vork. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Ofllcc,-- l I Jlurriiy St., Now oik. !! lf m t vm mr-' 1 Beftwtv r- - ELECTRIC BELT AWU HIIMI-IOMMOH- n. ov;EH'n V. V PAtmtlO -- AvC. Id, 1187, l Vfi ,W fi'-satS Da . owiHi ntcrao. UAlVAMOEOlIT SILT AM) rosrtKsony ii r. All Kh.Mtltlt Con uM0Y!0Ji30,li9. luls A raned little urchin came to a la dy's door asking for old clothes. Sho brought him a vot and a pair of trows- ors. which she thought would lx) a com fortable tit 'Ih young apapejrraen took the garments and examined each; then, with a uMsconsoUMi look, said. "Thnra ain't mi watch-pocket." Both the rc?'hci snd rr'tilts rrhc.t Fyrupi'friKsia ikm; it la pleasant nndrcIresliiiigU Umtixsto, nmlnct gently etrrmniUly tin tho Kidnpjv, Liver aasWafftglijliijiioa tliosj'4-tcn- i iflbctiWn5V.'1Plii olds, IieaiU ncheauiiil A.wsf curoa habitual coiwtipntiou. P' , of l'ig h t' only rcniedv of 1 - klutl ever pli-ti- gt I1'" tncto nixf acuh, prompt in ceptable! to t est Iwneficinl in Iti its wtion n 1 tr cflccts, prep wl f front the most ' t'lltaniv, healthy nu nr" - qnslitka cm its many ex raentl it to k nu hvo made it known. tho most w 'dar Svrnp ot 1 io i Air sale in 6O0 H lundinpdrug-gist- . and i bott Anv r 'a1 lo druggist 1110 may not l"w 1' ' u hand will pro-euit pfulii "y furany uiioViw Do ot accopt visbra to try 1. nnyaulutitule. pro-ilurr1 1 ro plttrlf. Lutibiffatatrfcl rJ Vl fuMltir. 1 rjMtri nHi jl Kft.i!ltV rc 11 rrli4 r Mr it ! .Jvv ll bR.owtN'o Tru Alionn Blrotilo bilhHu4MHm HH.hliiiiM.lltui OWtW IlICTXIO A3 1" i,.r.o-- i (lu.ov 4 KJOVruMl .r r.fiM .lti44Urt M.kUK BUT ArrLUVOB CO. nclttt nroauvr ST IMVlt, MO.-1 Ipr.m inauttirr4i. nnd Blt Comtilotxl. iev ! Trmtliii luiun. Witt t la III.. laBlTSTaiu. RTi - iirr a . 1 UUVf YOKll CITY. BORE WELLS II. I til r M4rh Cnt.iioKuo LOOMIS & KYMAN, TIFFIM, - OHIO. rjflllWJgr FREEt -., a 1. in in Mti P'Tin ihtf t - HHll.Vv 11UK 1 (. IBM 1a ! m I V It IQ S . r ft tm n .1 .! MONEY! lt it rintri 7! llrlU ml 1 JM at km jtk.IYJl 5 CfJT I t UJ mis ,- I ruu iilst is thi: cin:ti'iisT.' ftmaroa SAW MILLS I r TamU u UTIM CSrfFT. CALIFORNIA FIO C9, SfRUP fk't CO. ouisrnit. tr. tnf it CiU Ay riur, m r. in rli uiu a 'n iMiyir - EKQlNE? CLOVElf HULIERS ,U"i:v:r I w4 ( I mritt.s.f. VMiimr. to srr.Mt Tim klivii.ii. 7 tilt Will 1UI If rn.WWr.l, rerh loo. and the eip m luvolreil qutioii at.ti.il Inir houhold contcmiiorarv vvii'i tbo adrrat of SuinBir aro .V.A anTreA all i.l.f.J.ll. !. ...a ..., a . l.H.I. .HA volume ratitkat "Health nail l'lenmrr lSiwemrer ! inrtmnt Jut lne4 tiv the Central fc IIilMn of Uie New York AVbcm to pe, vrbat tn do, liovv to do It. loaiu to MUMU. rt 0'tM , Ut W . UI - r. 1 11 Id-fe- nearly thousand patents were granted in the yeir IsM. Although the patent laws havo been in pxlstonco a hundred jears, tho l'atent OflJco was not established until lMfl. Iloforo that tlmo patents bad been issued by the Department of State. The l'atent Oftlce, indcid, remained n bureau of tho Stato Department until IS 17, w hen it was transferred to tho Department of tho Interior, which was then first estabtwonty-flv- e WaOilnstQU'a IUrnminelidstlon. Tho yoar IWO Is the centenary of the United States intent system, which was established In 17U0 by a law passed In accordanco with a recommendatloa of I'rcsident Washington. Tho report ol the frumlssloner of Patents for tho list year huws that tho grand total of pit-onIssued up to tho end of tho year 1S9 exceeded four hundred thousand. tbo moro new things aro invented, tho more thoro aro to invent, since ts y THE PATENT SYSTEM. It ITui Kitubll.l.ed In I1DO on 1'rrtldrnl .i.....i ., . j lished. In tho early yoars tho lisuoof patents numbered from four to snvon hundred a jcar. In fact, during tho first fifty J tars, only a!.out tv.elvo thousand patents woro granted less than half ss many as were granted in tho single year o y single-handed- pig-Iro- t, - (.. kind-nos- s, Tho liberal policy of tho Government toward inventors, and toward Industry in goneral, soon bad tho effect greatly to stimulate dlcovery nnd Invention. Tho growth of industries and the development of machinery and new processes of all kinds havo gono hand In hand. It Is ostimated that of the important inventions of tho world havo originated In tho United States. Tho scats of manufacturing Industry aro also, generally speaking, tbo fiolds of tho most activo invention. Among tho Matsis and Territories New York, by far tbo most populoiiM, leads In the number of patents granted to her cltlzonv Sho received moro than four thousand last year. IViiuKylvunlii stands on tho list, nnd Massachusetts third, while the distinctly agricultural States come Inst; but oven Indian Territory had two patents granted to bur citizens during the year. But whllo New York leads in tho ag gregato number of patents, tho Stan which loadtt in tho number granted In proportion to tho population is Connecticut Thu people of that Statu have remained thn most inventive, nieuhanloiil-lspeaking, oyer since tholr ingenious and cheap clock began to go nil oter the World, and they woro accused, no doubt falsely, of making nutmegs out of bass labor-saving two-fift- If 3. ciikai- - IIVI iin, stack rack preferable to any other ths UWnua It Is less labor and does not wksvi so much If procrly used. In hauimg tt to tho raok it has to lie pitched on the wagon, requiring ono man 10 build, and then it has to bo pit hed on tho raek and tramped in. In this wav. It it fed at tho bottom of the stack saving much unnecessary handling. With good shelter, plenty of good hay and S or 4 ears of corn por day, stock attIo will winter in good shapo. The monoy in hay lies in getting a large vleld from a unall amount of land, and in getting a good article and taking aro of It Ono therefore needs a shed, as it is much better than a stack This noed notlo an expensive structure. Flvo tolorablo straight polos twenty feet long, olght feet apart on each sldo with three In tho middle, Koof with boards. This will sutllce for an ordinary eighty-acrfarm There should bo four or flvo foot of fall In th root, and the twonty-foo.- t poles should sot threo or four foot In the ground. This, at thn most should not cost over twenty-flvdollars, and If In a timber country whero poles can be had cheaply, and a man does tho work himself, thoro need not lwv much oxponso outside tho eight hundred feot of lumber whioh the roof requires. e o 255fcftTv: a yitu 5k sTSsCti5i? m -- Tu ar e rofiijr lllmtml.1, c n t .ki talnv verrrnl vuluuhlo iiMp. and the m formation l preotl In a en Trt KISSING maaaer. cmlirTi ralalle of Humis-e- It holol and an nt-6lUvf-ct u h.Hintin Iva U kouM-- lUllrol The beok lltt 4 llbr " 111.- Bsll BlAS ttl,-JJAI ti 1 i. 1JIITII lit. (rh. t r S ttXm a, RUSSELL & CO.'S YEARBOOK .., X W IlKAt Y 1 krtl.r. krttkUv rliM.w Mill tmr4 ftw I f lf - Mll fMllrfMm.I M,I r.r A)fwv U. Wi I RUM6ILL1CO.. (. I Mc, !', l MABBILLON, OHIO. al fittk 5IW vM"; 9 i wViV'isJSSJ I ik i m fKa tt t J( fci(a1Wa4t"aI mtwmwww ry HIVH mrmt , i, ' r .tti 1MITU . an.kiu for I irit ikk ILL N I I llUIV aUU Jn a " ,I,T .1 1 i I 1 ,iWMW' 4- . . ,. .A.n - AfXi alnofj Um lludara. aa"B lh at kills. Is thn Ailironda. k Mountain" at Kir 'JkWXR , Nweurn YM ood ntnaa. Like tleori.-other famous rewwtn L'otM oi tha book mnj be iipnn appticauoa vo i 11 VYeM-rAarnU o r, 1 irn -or vtiii i" mnM uriTlltoM ., 4irPt, wui D rt m y;q ur uw.--r ". i'"'- - u. mHKCo SIHI! 13 aft.-tAM -- 2. l'aniirrr Agvnt, Urand Lcutral IP UBCO Dl )nu CONFINBMiNT. auiioo, new vtk. . r t Ii II oliliiilon, It. I U III O I VPHUIICUTIB CLAIMS.. itaitirV . K mu ji ), - agg t i f Ilta rauio Ihitrau. aiwak j WOTHEBS' FB1ENR A,,.. T 11 11 ACTOXATIC, ' KIKIH v..Mta. in ,.., LanUUlaUV ALt. RINDS, A ri. Co. 'ii4C.ti.l JTvk om . rORTABLl STATIOAKX. llTLU-ft-e """" an eifjutttUi jrootii rvntleman Is ofu-- t ftrt marrVl l uk- tli iltk tint, Mil- - o!Uvo vrlrtbrahU)polinh till nftr u ftlnne Ur eventh child hu H..n-r- . um th UWwktn( tiruMi lDtt'n-TllioJtmruAL Wait iiiivirit:i !.! tlitlli. j I r ttruuiu us V1LIXTV.UA. ., PATENTS ! lH 10(. llull' Wlt4U.-7.-.f.- k a .SSc Huiiiihiui.U.U thU v Me Arm, aad the reader caa fori ur tii.it every raprrnrnUUon nwule h ll wi l. carried out to tite letter Tho I hi. " 1 n Mtnra (lwn. vvlxw pafiar. In n Mvertiicment iBEEGllHalSi OH )'rl.u, h WEAK STOMACH, ter lcran Mil "In calling attention to the nevr alrcr UiMtncntof Mwr. MaWr A;l!roh of T kJo. O , we aro not a r.'iT tlrtn to our reoilem. but one that it vr ( and farorubly known nlriMdv ntrt merchant luvro In cooverMilon ith uv roiwitoill nlliKlc-- to the knlre and nt'i- r hanlnraru perlalUe adrcrUned In Matter A. On.ih, and tlm tUmon a to Hie ijual. Ity of the goud anil the treytinonl baa Iwee ulvvaya inot frorabl " 1 - 25 Cents a Box. or DHUcciBTS. all AN3 WHISHT I 1 j & E,.ft,BY.!;:.P;i VJZ jriX Ynnp - a."!. Cm SALESMEN t rkw ! t fi ti rriMff Atll , Ukka OFOi n ATI DO HAaiTI K M M CANGERlSa nlliniiv llk'UUU, EDUCATIONAL. "T iP3Z1."FJI I M v M W i 1 Tii I lti 4ft In 1 Tk.ltk m H amviri llllHHl A I M. thiiuu ,1-- t a rut Al L 1 . vOMPrWl'MlOUlulOFuCoTUUtUIIVCMIlY , sj...'r.v,r'.r I. lull.-1 , ., . uimi -- vii 11 !' I'ftt4ftl( Uf. I2QO 11 Irnnvbadr doubts . the . Jlirnltv nf Ubor i' r.. " .k a .j. :.iiows. clerk - wliot tlmo it wv mm iu !. Van Ilorn'i Maraitna -- (C on tn" tH n tiny ! Tortone Hktiiff KntlcrnntB. wks tho Wot winninK a fortune is iret-rvefrom that lnmitloua fo of the eiuiKMiit and frontiersman -- rn.ila asst fever bv llniitetter aHtoraach Illltern Ho effectually iloe that tnconiiarabl inMi lual dafeiiM) fertiO the ajmtvm airainAtthc combined mfluento of a iiiuUrloun atui i pbcrennd minmu toiBtol vvnter Uiatpi.. toouM by It the pioneer, the miner er the toorlfit provided with It, way mfdy en 'IMI'11,1 .1111 HlV ' v 1 H..H.U . . VMi t wnr vviiiiiN . It.. I k. ll rr ll-- l " i viiv min A4uxaHl ' In Ikl rtnt, iluy a foor fiunlly that ern vrtlil in the hope of ESMfMal TE3E ROUGH $3ED!C!NE. trmzir.'TtttTMW7f7czrz ,s r?-A- iar.f .i. gj Ana T ' fl COLD A WATER. drcei woman who tun rufmin ruui snying "I tokl you tometlmet gctv a tierr illk Tut Rictaoa y l HF, WKGLSSALE 1 PRiGE j n I'nultrr will bo nont b C rupln Sir .Vowli K or , I'htiadt. I'h , lonny oiolii ll" I fowls fnmli. Canada, postat-- paid, upon retxipt of 33 vruii'r bur lut clean drink. A tank which I have in- Dobbin' Kim trio 80a iaround of novel oa clrculara each vented Is well worth copying Tho upper part may bo a sirup can with thu Milkme aro toor ieoplo to InWirvlew Katorally bottoti, cutoff. at tho lower Oil City they do not Ilko to bo pumped Jlltnanl edgo a notch may bo cut, three quarters of an inch deep. On tho bo found an excellent reraeilv for Will opposite sldo at tho top a bucket ear lrk licibl.icho Carter I.lttlo I.lver I'llI may bo soldered. At the sides of tho Thousanda of lettora from peoplo vvlio bavo bottom and near tho corners narrow used them prove this fact. Try thum strips projecting outward should bn An ununnmnfr partlian, ilka a nlcliUcit soldered to slldo undor corresponding monkey, Diinuiy ollow an organ lex strips on tho bottom pan. Tho project- - flitting. for lcal trouble equals Olcnn'aKnlphur Koap Hill's liuir and Wlilskur Djc, ,V) ccnU Tank Conttnlrnt It Is important to rl.irivo for ( Ft, e uJWlI'lMHi M bavrt a-- WWr 'iSSt. BwT. In-fr- V ont Mi BSSSSumesM iiiiiii. r? wep when w&s born.fxnd every doy 52 I e458ffSrJ 'i. ' teFg ' 1wtiat .r '. JtL i Ill-i- J 4rii, "HI it ihI Iks X h4r li4rM bnltilU annual la Itt ill 111 al !(! knj I (tmtr. ! (it t tain f Wats I , ' lld H, Maher & s'waa 'mm.jmm Grosh. rCS Street, rm tno, -- Nosi-ECirt- c tn SL.i' rr , . . AtMSEfe' who didntuse Kfsmrvk ftaftaVAJ I Wood issued In proportion to population, nnd Massachusetts follows closely. Tho high position of tho District of Columbia In this list is not duo to its industries, but to tho (jet that tiiiny Intefitor go to the capital of tho country to tako out 'Iho District of Columbia ranks next to Connecticut In tho number of patents i WATKIt TANK 3 KOIt K0VVI.S. Ix-s- i Hcrruxa a plumbor't bill 1m "pvyinir Ui pipT" vrllli it vengeauco HoiUjii lludct THE MARKETS. CINOIKNATI JUtlO 17. LIVRBTCOK-CalUe-CMiuiiiuiill .SixDolio is .solid cake . i -- flWlTJ 1 1 hit W) 4 110(1 bnoirmiuicncrt on. mmu Ul 5 l S 74 4 CO tUtCP-Uooiltoeho- lcu 5 Vi 191 no. 1 Corn re-t- rea. .. o, No a um Oati-K- Iinliol mlxeij .. . 14 tt n;a w It 0 a )IU a its ' I su? cleaning purposes &- hoiiHO-wif- w .1 01 , .'o M A lran TOIIACCO-Mfdl- tholr patents. 11 1 Tho Commissioner of Patents calls attention to tho Interesting fact that, al though thn number of patents gran ted has so greatly Increased, tbo ratio of Issuod patents to applicants is now about tbo Hiuiio as It h?s been over slnco 1840 namely, about Kilty percent For overy patent a fen is charged, and tlio fees bring in a large revenue. Tho receipts of the patent ofllco In IBS!) wore moro than two hundred thousand dollars In excess of the expenses. Youth' Companion. Ing tins should lio double to gain lining th. Let tlm pan bo an inch nnd ball deep, and nt least an Inch larger tn front It may fit comfortably at thn Lot tho mdes And back to slldo easily. ran be turned liottom side up, filled and Inverted. It may then lie hung up to suit tho fowls, thn car soldered on at thn top of thn back slipping over tbo hook Such a tank Is t made In tho wall. of galvanized eit pork I.ard urlino lcain TRIt-Cho- ice dairy 1i1id to rhoine crramerr.. AlM'I.fcS l'rlmo. im r lihl ... I'OrATOKS-Ns- w, per bbl . NKW YOltK. FLOUIt-F- alr lo Fancy Ooollal mtOVlHIUNH-M- lo choice lent .... ar A K AO DIRT oau resist o, "Ah Ah I" Onod tho "Tho Rcont I know, no " At length I must withstand I "Ohl Ohl" dried tho DIRT, go, I oaonot aoiits 13 HU1 v u esnitiJ ti 41 5 (! 04 1010 in 01 Ml! cii ;t U Hi N W IS sso ft 18 4a nt ti a n 17 on To Our Customers. WETAKEQntAr IN ADDITION SilPOEalO." TO r SAPOL.IO.W Ko orn-Oati-Mi- 1 No rod .. .. in . 41 . 3 mixed, new nt n Hi C ALSOFUHNISH oi II IU 21 15 j PLEASUHE IN CALUNO TO YOU n NOTICE THE FACT THAT. fj UNSUHPASSED HEADY PHINT SERVICE, THIS HOUSE CAN t me: TRADE inl l'OKK-N- ew Iron. Fnrm and Homo, tern ulenm .. . ClllOAtlO, Ff.OUIt-VVntrrpii- tent (JIIAIN-Whrat-- man II 4 Si 75 Oil 0 it ft - 1 ,,f h-- It is queer. Sociatos was accounted wine; but hn never rend tho lllblo, know lu (Hn liurn nr under n frond shod nothing of Kant, Schopenhauer or Coin to. and could nut fur the 11 fo of blm every damp day and night, and In thu havo pissod an examination on thu sub lunshlno wjionavor it is lair, is tno place fnc iliAnn In cold savs the Jeotot Amoilcnu history. Puck. Hut thoy Northwestern Agriculturist -- Things onu would Itntber have '.x mn it havo plenty or irosn air ana cinnii prowd Dllfeieiilly. I'lioioguudii prkrr. Tin, nionitoiinl lien of n little 'I'leiiso lKk a llttlu pleastut Mi,, good 3'odorUor, HUu earliollo uold, know ll I an', butliu imly fur a u,vi Hung in tno biicep pun. It pays to food moal to cows giving milk, nnd if a cow Insists on having it every tlrao sho does a good turn by forc ing us to he regular, mi an losses in curred by American farmers, scarcely ny ono is creator than that which comes from allowing cows to fall in tholr milk for want of stiitlclont food ol i kind that unsworn tholr 85 5 I'OIIK-M- m. LAItU-ste- am S red No a CIiIojko aprlng Cora No. ! Oti-N- o, J. .. No . . ..ft .....r.7 , X (i it, M MSfA H fl a M 11 U 1 Eteipi ii Steii IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. ftlJM OUR FACILITI Wll llAI.TlM01tK, KLOUn-Fum- llr hal -- 01tAIN-V- Corn Outt IIOOS Mlieil...M...,,. quality . MIiimI No. i " 711(5 40J, ai (ft nan Mlj 4 idEAMJ!LoN0 TO DE POSI riVE ion THIQ VALUABLE AND HELPFUL BHANCH'OF SERVIC8 ,ILE SOLIC1TINQ YOUH ORDERS IT IS QRATIFYINO TO U3 USURINC! YOU THAT I'OItlf-Mf- M rAITLK-Kl- rit n I1Tn 71 UIW (ft Hi 4 Our Work is Not Only Good, but Absolutely T!IE BEST ! 100 (ft JO) I ft) INfllANArOMS. OIIAIV-Wheat-No Coiin-- No Oath-- No a. J led..... 8 St' 0! (ft (ft (ft M HI IM IN ORDERING L OAREFUL TO bPECIFY EITHER W0T3 OR MLTAL DASE, AS WE AIM ro FILL l QEH5 WITHOUT DELAY, HE I ilC LROE OR OUR PRICES WILL t.E UND CONSISTENT WITH THt ll OH QRADE OF MATERIAL AND YORKMAN- - U FURNISHED. ESTIMATE CH. -- ."(FULLY QIVEN. - KLOUIt-- A Cnii.N-Ml()ATH-Mieil lid lu tUIHVIM,R. No I. . .4 ... . A. n KEULtOCC rJECUSPAPER 4 a no walhut ri a ;a outario 17; a i;a tu-- t kll CO., III 0TY. MO. mi 11 m moiit."--l'utn:l- i. rOKI-Me- vt LAltU-Sle- am III 14) ttMttM it)37K (tn n m JJ70 Uaurt.oiri 6T, ar, lUM, MO I (Livi lAiio, onto U J - a, Ulrul, Chlaaga, 4JI WAHO m a f4 10 40 (IU WSOIMHATI. OHIO. I lASf 1TI jn.'lttr K4N?A jiMtna ir mim. 3, taNi, MINN,' 6H STIICIY, 6T, PAUL, V r i. :yt w r.. tut, . . ;iirnuiBiiLijn