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THB OLDMT KBWSPAPBR IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. . - a fc IWcoui Subscription, $150 -- - KSTABIjISHED - 1-6M HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JULY - 11, 1890. VOL. Xffi- - NO. '' BALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, I.....I ,. ETC , ETC. 3!). CAIX AND SEE US. THE COMMONWEALTH. cun'ncNT topics. In Franco 1 I WROUGHT M Kl'OKM. CONls'KDKH ATE VETEK ANS Oolobrato tho Glorious Fourth Otmttanoogn. Tim Klaf and trlprs the Only Celurs IH- Utlarsd. i plaril, unit llm f4utlrnciit Vra iirtli Matt rUlotlo I i 'StLl" &amAU5l .. Mio copy right of nu nutlior uy tioou ouu iornoio (or II to, double TliK tojiiitatloii of 'the earth '' in ISO y oar. III Znno-ll- l. " InrnlcilUMa Tiik oakon stalrcaso In tin' now mid Rurruuuillng' Cuontrf. Holt), London, cottJ0,00U. lot It still coming Into Now Ypjlc . Kanosvlllo, nd vicinity oxiorleno-rfrom Norway nta liaiidaninn profit. a cloud-bursand tho succeeding .! AiiTiPici.ll.lro U cheaper in Georgia flood did groat damage, The uVurrR'10 tlian Iho natural product In N w York. los cnuod by tho Hooting of cellars thousand Thr ehof do culslno In chargo of will nlono amount to inanv ard ufler Queen Victoria' tablo li a Mohamtno-iln- ofdollarv Tho Sovonth moit sovoroly, and It will tnko fUo figures to ruprosont tho dsmago on that A xovr.Mr.nr la on foot In Alexandria Idoof tho rlvor. Tho rai. road aro alo to export Egyptian cotton to Massachheavy losera, not onn t .at enter tho usetts city escaping. Commlsr onor llarges WAsiiiKfiTON ha a population of Is of tho opinion that I no loss to tho .3,-4- 0 In ton cotiniy by reason of brldgoo and cul- gain of mow than yean. . 100.- wilt reach vorta dostroyod ' WW. . As- AirsJs, Mich., able to convorta fluently In lweny lan- individual In tbo e.lty is t least guages. ot tlm Tho loss to tbo A ,, III.. .,. .."., .. T.stM.i,.r flat.. L.i HntlHiJ Ql.ntn. 8150,000.by.tho destruction farmer whoat Wl,.-ot their county Albo-marlo I)ini a, d lliurarlcr. t, n. At Chattanooga, Tonn., tho Fourth of July oxorcJtcs of tho rounlonot tbo "veterans took tbo foimot a monster parado In tbo morning. Two thousand veteran woro In line, together with threo regiment of Tonnossoo Stats Ouards encamped noar tho city, and several military cotnpanlos from other Southern cities. Gonoral John It. dor- to 2W,-TM,- ,:. don wa commando.r-ln-chlo- rnsflon. and I tshM-riUi- ir j.. -- . ..in Rtwtcd wllb "' round'" of cheers. Cuneral a oont ous - KIrby I- of tho pro-f a ho rodo alonff the lino In nu-....- .. ..,,.,. ii.itsaniaiwftsrrvsMon'csn not stand wheat havo boon iloallncqown tho riv Oie ellmatn any bettor than Its coin poor laennd boy are oaf. In boat In Now York. gathering In a liarveU Nearly every Qur.nx NATAi.tr:, of Sorvla, has had brldgo In tho county La been wcpt her llfo Iniurod for 5i00,000 tor tho away. For example, Irftwnon dratlot or.-an- d bono-ntofh- er aNKhw HBioflleM)wlnyco8.trlc'. utc.il G(lnmimi.m'SlTaw, iton. Mil Luiso.v has had it phonograph made cxprcttly for tho Mikado and Las out 11 to Japan. A UATTliit at Wllkebarris, Pa., ha mado a traw liat with a brim fourteon feet in clrcumfcronce. Tim Emperor of China U a handsome young man, who i said to look ltko an American college student Y. T. llAliMfti'a wealth Is estimated at 110,000,000, and Iho numbur of huUaci ho ow ns In Hrtdgoport atiout 360. Or.onou I'ackaur, of Turn Oroon County, Tox., it 101 yoars old, and Is probably tho "original package. Mm. Mount, of Bheboygan, Wis., )im a meerstbaum plpo that belongod to a Kin? of Denmark MS year ago. Qcxr.nAt. Maiionk has irono nntiroly out of palllito, and li non'doiotln him naif to land and railroad apooulatlon. It I UttJ In London that M Rtflol faa rwolveJ an ordor from Chloago for a tower MM foot than tho 1'arli one. Tile water ot tho Quit ttroam li raid to bo twenty dssroon cooler than IW normal tnmporaturu at thl time of tho hlhr joar. of iho IVntoo tUAt Mi. read rompanlct hai IM olU pending afjalnat It for damagois mostly Inflated by oloo-tri- o earn. IATr.tlil bat troalnl dHrlnt; tho past throo yoors 7,M8 (oron blltmi by mad do;, and of thia numbur only Cittr. thirty-tbrrodlo- Ocnitor. l'ArscriroitT, au HnRlUh aetor, noil known in tills country ynara njjo, li now loading man In a rvvtaurant In Yokohama, l, Mme. DiiMnnnr, a llttlo old Tronoh lady, ha furnUUad toorwam and confcollonary for all the rroaldent back tolltutvanan. A llonci.t. Mlli.. Jiiitlto f li o xao rrcenlly oirtonod a wan to flftHntaya In tho county jail for aloallnir all a ratny day. Tub real um whlah Mr. tstanlny ld to bo In for hla latoilbook I tho neighborhood of f.0,000. Tho torr 5100.000 mi altaurd. thatlt A mrr aldr orawltd Into tho bonnet of aOalroaton lady. When alio rmt it on tbo aorpont alruok lifr, but hor hair aod hor from tho vonomoua atlnjr. I solootlns tbo nama of a jury to try a man for murder down in Ovorla tbo name ot 11m murdorrd man wu drawn out of tbo box alonff with tho other. Mk. Oi.itonk, diipltn hla raat U .l7.es: panarioea In portonal mattor. Ho wonn hi clotlt- - until thoy am throadbnro, ahlny nml nlmbby. Tun Onrman Kmporor will glya no moro iovkolry to those whom ho wUluu to liQUOO l'it Jhnrrapba of hlmsolf. with hi autoffraph, framml In tllter or dark-fae-w11 ., lvo brldgo and Zancvlllo thero wow thoro lim ono. Tho on tho 1st. the ort damagod Seventh Want portion of tho city- - I'rum tho Iron brldgo aero Chap's Ilun. a. tho corner of Main street and I '"'It menuodown through to tbo Licking at Hook Ilros. A. Ashlon'a mill thero is a trlp of territory 400 to 500 feet wide that resemble Johnstown dlsrlet after tbo tho flood. Ktablos, sheds and outhouse ot nil kind ai piled on Mi u other in nd brush Trie hopoles confusion. hoap and drift from tho pper hills :, a' of whlrh form a part of tho deb-I covered with the yol.. w n ud of tho flood. Tho channel at Chap Hun wa changed a short tlmo agoand a fill mado at ltelknapitreot The rain ame down In auob torrent and lb'- "in roo o rapidly that tho water bai .ed up against away and It Speeches wero mado by General Oeorgo thw fill, which finally It. Gordon, of Louisiana; General W. 8. w opt through with lrristablo forre. covoring Luck avonuo to the depth of Cabell, of Toxas; General - KIrby and Gonoral two or tbrvo feet. Tbo brldgo a.ross tho Smith, ot Tennessoo, At run at Muskingum avenuo wa lifted "Tlgo' Anderson, of Georgia. from It abutment and carried down night tho wholo city was IlluminLookout Mountain and Misand burled agalnit tho trttlo brldgo ated. III J go woro ablazo with ami tho drift and debrUfromabovo piled sionary bright lights, and on tho Tonncv up against it. eo river and Camoron Hill there woro monstor pyrotechnic displays. It Is esBUSINESS IsTmBANT. timated that tbero wore thirty-fiv- e OutUr Itu.lisml Corwln Onlrrrd In ltfhr-In- s thouaand visitors In tho city. Tho paUrn. ami lu I'ar.u a Isornui 1'ollrj. A. C Matthews, First i otuptrollor ot rado of Confederate veterans clearly Inbaa boon a long tlmo tba Troaaury. has arrived ia 1'ort Ton-sm- d dicated that It ot tho war. Tho men Winging order frum lb- - Troaaury since tho close and nearly all infirm. I)parUnont for tbo oommaiiier of tbii aro Their appearance! clearly indicated that roveiiwo cutters Rush and Cor In. Mr. thoy had aeon actlto service and much Matthews delivered hi ord naval ofBeort ami loft at once vr Wash- of It, many ot them appoaring in their tattered gray Jackets. In a speech ington. I). C. Tbo untor t' the l'tuuli old tho tunt Goneral Gordon, ot Louis xro to proceed at inc to malaska, at and then to patrol Heluing Soa, iana, ald: "Wo all recognlro tho fact oa with that tho lata war wa a gallant fight. fouml In selso alt sldo woro right, Wn ot tho lOalekln aUwril, or any prist facia evi- Itoth dence thru tbo vossol had tejij jraehing. South fought for tho constitution at sounded by IhoHuprorno Tbo outttrs aro to then tiko papor and our father a South was a loyal country, tnstrHmouU, and loavo an bonrd a sufll- - lourt. Tho wrong on but elent quantity of food to keep tho rrow Men. wo wero North was tho slavery qora right whon U The until the veosol rea ho tho nearest score. There Is not a porL If any resfslattOH lsolforedtho fought us on that (.on or daughter of the South who d poachers aro to bo Ilnil upon and would have slavery restored. ApplatiMi. to submtl- - ltotli vessel immedWhllo iately proparwl Uiprool U)vL.yfua enemies,for four year wo wero deadly we aro forovermoro brother llrltlsti Uovornmont is eenlrallxing tho 1'aciflo ftquadron at Kiulmault, and it and follow rllltens, and proud in tho may lii that tho sealer will bo protect- South of tho glory of tho American Stntes, and wn would flghta loyally for ed by tho authorities. tho llog ot our country a any man who AN IMMACULATE. fought with Grant and Sherman." y 1 d -nt reml-nltlccn- ti go Itiirrlsrf.- but overr command carried tho National colors. Tho brass bands passed up Iho nlrtrols p'lilff National alra and "lllxlo" "Ilonnlo HIuo Flag," and war tunes ot both sides, and cheers greeted ovory air. Tho best of good humor prevailed, aud not a slnglo Incident occurred to mar tho plcasuro of tho occasion. Tho fealuro ot tho parado was several hundred young men, tons ot Con fedorato veterans, who passed along singing National air. Along tho lino of parade In tho business portion ot tho city thero wa not a slnglo house that was not profusely decorated. Governor Taylor of Tonnoce, and stall headed tho Tennessee militia. At tor tho parado and rovlow Goneral Gordon addressed several thousand peoplo In front of tho Union Depot. Tho sontl-mowero so patriotic and oloquont that tho wildest enthusiasm prevailed. In the afternoon five thousand person crowded Into tbo groat tent and listened to Fourth of July orations, war and patriotic music ' I- Cray, commanded tho military dlvUon, nnd ho, too, was vociferously cheered alone tho AtrdOUJ. In all tbo lino not FIVB OHILDRBM DEAD K Orth Brtn Injured Intlie Inw.lrr.xpt3 tlnn at iBilu.Irr, v A keg containing fifty pounds of pof grocery dor exploded In August Smith's store at Industry, near Bcott Havon, I'M Saturday evening, eomplotoly wrecklm? tho building and Injuring sovon chil dran. The oxnloslon wa caucd by park from a "Jackson cracker, whlcn exploded prematurely in tho barm . . . .s.l 1. OI August nmini, jr., Btl f.n.lnn. ""',,.., rn was a resori lor run-rears. Th dren, and at tho tlmo of tho accident largo number wero present Ilring creator. Five of tho sovon llttlo victim 01 the powder explosion have died, I nif names are: August Smith, aged fourteen; d slater Maryj hi (leorgo and Willie Kaylor, agod rospectand lr yearn, ana job tlvely eight llrennan, aged ton years. Willie ICaf" lor lived till Sunday afternoon. sufforTu fAftrfulltf until death relieved him. lie other four ulcd before midnight Sauir-da- r A T0UNAD0 Dooa , JIENDMCKS. Korth-wos- t. r. Groat Dninngo In tho Indiana Pays Tribute to Hor lovod Statesman, Dy Coralline Do to iaFTtI rsl nt Xtr. 1ST rst CONGRESS. esslnn. WABIUMtl Jly tho hill sagw 'r-o- N. II., Snirrrs Krliml Clilldrrli Are Killed f s TW. o nml Seven a llronie Moitnro.nt Ills Memory A Vast ThronB 1'rri. nt In Honor of the Dtstln- CuUlied nouoclna-aV-r srtBr rrjtH ayajV vaBr 1 ber" to wBW" men Is te'tttSJV ' gray-halrc- d toltl ' vnls to y coni-plle- BWOBD OF II linuinculsln 5 (fold. ILLUMINATED THE MOUNTAIN Itrrmrnr, ll.it lire uml Murk. I. 2lrn a Miicularlr fleall.tlr Appearance of a Whit oa'.lad the supremo Ixlgo of In Colorado. tho Independent Ordir f Immaaulatos, One of tho most novel exhibitions ovsslon at Nasha eoloreil soetoty, I in ville, Tenn., and had a treotparado er dovlsml for tho celebration of tiio across tho Fourth ot July was put on exhibition In Widnidar, Whllo liio livening. Tbo r!;iiitif ot ths luo.". team fUHAm .Tmnes Hutchinson' was frightened, an. I tho owner ,1. tieorgo W. Altemus, of Camden. N. I lleenil. trinn a lml An.nrr lu llunmu armer's Xii.e Ilia Vol-ra- io IlltnaUN soototy ha Iwyun tho publication of anownpaporin Itmlnn rail's! "I'roo ntiMla,'' vthleh Is designed to llnjflUh opinion in favor ot constitutional llborty in IluMila. A Count Tolitoi ha a aloblo aUt ant In hi oldest daughter, whoattond md.) to -- 11 his b Inria sends answers to nearly all personal without dlalnrblnjr, her fathor. let-io- n to Vee). thorn from h- r.o rearo,! and h " In tho way ot n Immao-.lattho proeoMlon, when d him by tho named Sam To my I'ollar, ,nnd with ono hi w of a sword nearly wvorod tho me noo from hi on a Stato' face. Torey wa am-"'-warrant, cliarglmr Inm with assault with n deadly woapoii llutrhinson i a farmer. lumped down 'unnlng away. The plunged and dragged - gr' woll-ttwl- o Fnim STlMPsiisr, of Aim Arltor, Mloh., ha n bob.tallol rut nhloh ha Inflletod Ler laok ot a tall on n litter of oUsprlitfr. The faculty la at a los to explain tho freak, nnd tbo kltton mow a coasolos talo of woo. It I aald that through a lltory monopoly which. owns nil tho carriage and control a numbar of shops, tho unwnry plnndeml trarolor at Nlnsara Fall protty much a ho usnd tolo in days. of Kalamaioo, IlANiiAt.r, Diiakk, Mich., la iiluotyouo joars ot nm and month has dujr within tho last aoonty postholes and built thirtyalx ro.ts ot foncn. In mlditJon l lnj'tnff " floor lira liarn. Loim Aiikiiiirkn croated a (reat doal ot oxcltomont In Tiotidnn rocontly by drlvlnir up to tho- - door ot his club In a Ho had boon unable to obtain n carriage, nnd rather than walk ohlola ho had chartorcd that imli-.- t The HiiRllsh crown i mado up of diamonds, ruble, sapphlroH, HarU and emerald, sot in silver and o!il band. It woIrIi 80 ouncos nnd A penny wolchts, dlamoqd, troy. In It thoro aro and 11 0 rubles, Ksnpphlro S73 pear 1 n to rollk-WBRo- J . has tbo Sill riicucmcK I.KiailTON reputution of Imliifronoof tho handsom-e- t rmorald-i- ill o nttcnd(d TWO HEROES by an olaborato naval nplay, preparaoady making. Jo Down to VTutrj llrmr. al SIcKees-H,r- l, tion for which are an gaining much la. Tho llollifoluniler Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, lillra sympathy it: Knglaml ' thole tuilhntlo pleading to b allow M ri'inar llrlt- - Thompson, two yours old, and Ilaby Thompson, an infant, Mr. and Mrs. lab subji'Oto. Itlchard Smith, their llttlo daughter Cruiser. Tropoasls to Build I'rWcIUa, and Hubert Smith, fifteen N Tli Sfwrotary of tho of sgfl, oro all out rowing in a a circular to ship nn marlno ongino small flat-boon tho Yougbloghony bulldors inviting jiroiv ils for tho rlvor. near Mclveesport, Fa., on tho ot u proioatod 'Vuuor of nbout Fourth. Tho flatupftot from their wolght, 7.P00 tons displacement 'I a eot, cwolu-alv- n throwing nil tho occupants in tho river. uf armamuuU ot ntiOoro than SV Thomrwnn swum to nhnrn wltfc his wlfn ' ' 750,0W. and baby. Ho then returned to savo his daughter Kllra, but in Ths World' Ftlr Bit. lommls-lo- n this Inst attoinpt IhiHi wero drowned. Tho World's Fair Nailo-a- l ' u Joint site, Kichnrd Smith saved hi wlfobut drownha formally consisting of I.aUo Front .nd Jackson ed with hi daughter 1'rlsrllln. whllo l'nrk. n tho location for tie Columbian trying to roach shore. Kobcrt Smith, boy swam to shore. tho fit Exposition, by n vuto of Td 11. Tho four bodies werrf recovered. Oovf rnmtnt Receipts and Etiendltures. Don't Blaine the Tho receipt of tho liov nnnont for Mr. Mary Short wa fatally burned tho year ended Juno 0 wc . SilW.000,-00and tho expoiidlturc M8,U00,000, lit Klehiuoiid, Vu., the 4th,. by trying to klndlna ilrowllh korosuno-ollof llollgoland to tlernian It Is statetl that the lUlljoUnJ.is riesd in v Vstn. ' 'Uial transforot Two barrels of koroseno and onn ot red Urn were taken up from Colorado Springs, Col , to the summit ot Pike's l'eak with great elTort together witli a largo supply of rocket and other At S:30 a bontlro wa built on tbo oil and ponder and tho peak wn brilliantly illuminated. Tho mountain hail all tho nppearanco of an enormous volcano vomiting forth immense columns of tire nnd rockoU shooting lu all direction added to tho olToot. Tho illumination wa soon for 100 miles in all llre-nork- n. directions. hi"l jr -- ld ' s. 0, leaving a surplus SsH.Ooo.'UO. . ' mon In Knffland. Ho Is dosorlbod a having a head llko a (Ireek ffod and a bearing llko that of an Ideal prince, Jkiiemiaii O'Donovak ltoA' twonty years' torm of banishment from I.iir- about to expire, and lit ft friends land aro raising roonoy toond lilin baok nnd keep him thoro for tho reBt of his life. Tint collootlon of raro coin of tho lato Loul O. I'armolce. of lloton, vn aold at auction In Now York tho other A Maryland penny brought ttftornoon. 8350, and a Massachusetts flood .Samaritan Bbllllng wa knocked down (or $J10. 'illl sands along tho bank of tho Columbia rlvor, In Oregon, is nn ohstaclo to railway traPlco almost a dllllcult to otorcohioa tho snow blockades duttng tbo ylntor. Nearly ovory truln I on aoc'rtint of tho pond hills covering tho track. The holra of tho lato John V Forney' havo lioon offorod 5300,000 for tho ground nd building on Choatnut stroot, otfcunlod br tho 1'ross. This Is at tjio rate of Jfl.aoa pjir fjon) foot, and. evt'ouow)n lor h tho hlghest-prt- co property oii Uiat t?ftou Hcrotofore 85,000 a foot has boou conldorod a blj prloe 1 d ovor-nhlttlnI'hlla-Aniniii- Aeronaut' Drop From the Cloud. At Iteanlstown, 111., Frof. lll&ck mado an ascension with a hot-ai- r balloon. When so end thousand feet abovo tho earth tho parachute, with which ho intended to descend, took II ro. Of courso tho descent wa rapid, and tho body ot Th Majastlc's Rtcord, tbo unfortunate neronaut wa found In Tho Whlto Star' steamer Majestlo nn e.it fluid about a milo and it halt from mado hor lost trip from Que nstown to tho place of ascent, horribly mangled. Now York In six days, four l"Ur and A 3lxty Pounder, two minutes. While Svlvostor Shockoy, tho only Nominated for Governor son oi a widow, wa celebrating tho Tho Democrat of I'oniiylT.inta Fourth at OH City, l'a., a nomlnatud Hubert 11. FattUi n for 0ov cannon exploded, killing him instantly, oruor. . Firemen Burned to Death. Preilitent Meutnde Aimiinated. Threo ilrumcii mot death tho 4th in Honor Dleguoz, tho (Juntmr ilan Min2,000-toot steamer ister at tho City of Mexico, liuurm tho tho burning a tho portion of tho ColumAssoolatod Fresscorrespondoni that ho Iron King and has Just received u telegram from hU bus and Hocking Coal Company's dock, (lovornmont unnounclng that 1'rejldent at Ashland, Wis. Four others woro Injured, ono probably fatally. Monoy loss, Menenduz, of San Salvador, 150,000. and did not dlu unatu.ul death Ml .in Wedded In a Balloon. Whitney' Riturn. C. J. Stowell and Lottlo K. Andorson Whltuoy and Mr'- SVblt-ne- woro married lu n balloon at Lowoll, havo roturnod from their Kilr6pean Mass., on tho tlh, nftnr which thoy took trip. Thoy go to their Nuwpe , sail among tho clouds. Tho balloon Mr, Whltnoy ay tho rumor hat bo landed at ltroaknock Hill, tovon mllej to bocomo tho loader of Tuain any HaU dlstunt, tlmo hours later. I basela w. aoes Atatnst tho Vubllc Br Law. Al lloston, In tho casu oi tho K'.atn against Sanborn, tor ruimlnj; an alleged piibllo bar, tho jury acquitted Thl wo a test case under tho now law, San-Itor- u. ho sixty-poun- d assai-tlnate- - y t 1 Thr Republican State Central Cora-lr4!scf rlK the cnrltal of the Hooilr BtsM tni; ovor alternative lctt was either I toe mot In Danvlllo a few days slnco and thetioBieol the rreHdent ot tho R.publle, known. It began at :30 o'clock and aid honor on the 1st to the memory ot ono el Inl.l lHn'SDB--' rto recede from Us for tho purpose of considering the best BenalaKCCdo. Tha ments. &MFi continued half an hour. ICarller.ln tho Indiana's favorite Interests ot tho party In the State. !at o lorn dltcnsslon. Finally "Ighl thero wero somo indication of Ueidrleki whose notable career as n states- tno Many prominent Republicans were presi. fid the Senate, by yeas 19, voio rain, and about midnight it l?gan to man was ent short Juit at bis lire's work bad nays 21, recede from Its amendments ent. Tho object of tho meeting was to highest rtflce la The SraaJiHRLr del to executive business thunder and lightning, but few antic- teen rewarded wlthth second Indorse tho candidacy of Judge Tins-le.ftAtiMBsaVsipsre l. the cilt of th American people. ipated a serious storm. Tho wind W of ltarbourvillc, for clerk of the There was so jollilcs In the event. Tho s rrcse resumed cemlderatlon l(nosHBn Cllonlil( gn to blow from tho south, but suddenfeoste and private residences of the of the the pending amend- - court ot appeal. ly shitted to tho northwest, and In a wannest friends of President Ifsirlion wcra ment ncrea by Mr Lehlbaeh (N. J.). Tiik Fresldont sont tho namo of John very short time was blowing a hurri- Jlecorated Just as profoiely as were those ot TirovinaBBPi mist Hnncrr tor ot Ulectlon Itarrel to tho Senate, a postmaster at Iholr political opponents, and In tho Imposto Diitrictof the "United States Louisville. cane. Tho threo eloctrio light tower lor esen : ncroonsiraijon itcpouiicans msreaea shall BaW cllon as ft requisite lo secure wcro n 'own down, leaving tbo city I, sirens with Democrats aiid Prohlrjltlonlsts. A Nan: Gonr.i, agod eight, was killed in every Congressional l neh only Th cliy vat hacdjcmelv dtcfratcd la hescr Irlet saaatUP by the laws of the Jn ,n,,f1i"r,fnM;,l1"t wnsrelloved 'asHB5''lendment was reiectedUnited in Covington, by a stray bullet. tinlljllni. Htnn. f the nnvalllnf. V,.m mv fright-- , yeas "J" 1'ldflhahosof lightning. Tho Slates. Tiik Comptroller of tho Currency baa I aas iioe oi maicu siresmcQ prolusion ei jiS' j After debate the House ad authorized, tzoi Inhabitants tr: wmhw tr. ii f t -- " e,l anUea- au. mans ol ilt mik'u wnlS 13Z, nn -tho First National Hank, 1 l wn rwrttBttn o I elaLorslcij arapea. The nomine Irtlns added capital W0,000, to Kmma Smith, aged nti their sloop, and lights wero nltrht. July 1 Res ate Mr. riornh Groonvlllo, window- - nit over tho city. Out-- to the crouds, and among the first t(tal was from business. . roars, ana Ubarllo buaw, agou f". l.anas teponea. Governor rrancia, ot MlatourL accompanied br ironTitwaTsre V nothing- hut the srove for the delivery of wagon contalnlngjjtwonty-011- 0 A ot the and nathlng could lie heard ttSV lGaUmelA.Crrlbtr.. lion. s. i'al!6VDicoii" lentt, r3sF 'tyCri rrltr-Vfandasked owners "pcoplowur'struck bvlulavlUoidjamfc-Souther"TOO rather of young Brennan is crsird! W- couo, or will Cvuiiniitee. asd for Its Passed. It 'consideration. The Ouhernatorlal party were accorded train at tho Prcslontiatreot , with grief, and tried to kill Smith, the tho angry roar of tho wind and tho 4 o'clock Ity the usual honors by the reception committee. the crossing, Louisville, at 0:10 In which railroad owner of the building where tho powder crithlng of flying dobr.ls. fstda pciplo woro hurrying in ovory direction The Mlamls, of Hamilton, O , repotted at the lands I!ocord(rJf lle.Mstsin eack city patents o'clock tho night of tho 4th, and sixteen so patented ot the land Sunday morning ho wanwas stored. asm time with the Connrravllle Hendricks tove been Inthe general tolascrtaln dered away from h?mo and ho was found dole, tfomo tho amount of damage Club, and the former wei received by Governor In that county, t' at fo for twelvt months peoplo aro now dead or dying. Tboso land office uncalled appalling dlscovorlo wero Campbell In person. near Elisabeth, Fa., sovon milo from receded torn tho in thn nsrltf were: Hon 'solomolor, sis After dehalftbe Sena TheThurman Club, of Columbus O, and tho amendments and the leghtalite bill no- - goes ter, wlfo and nino children; L. Hclbort, Is noui made, tho saddest being tho death A close watch Industry, wllb train elaborately Jefferson, of Lucy The ot loven children of tho lato Captain decorated and Dayton, by a band, alio reported, to the President for his slgnttur. Tbo William Vance, Sadio Vanco, now being kept over him. headed Jarles McCarthy, who dtod only a tow tnns.gn nnd mall subsidy bill was could-ereSteudle. Mary Grim. William Faulk, corpner's jury rondorod a vordict In and so did the Cook County Democracy, of Chiuntil StlO p. m, when the Senate Tho children" who cago, headed by the famous Second Heclrr.ent wciIm ag Annlo Hagnner, Frank Nolcmolor and accordance with tho facts and condemned tbo practlco of merchant keeping worn at lomo with their mother, nand, and the Hendrlekl Club, or fot. Louis. Hot8L-T- he Federal election bill passed the Will Cooko. Itwa dark when tbo crosisoutht safety In tho coal bin, whoro These organizations were enteitalncd by ths llouso tc nlsbt about 10 o'clock, the time be- Ing, four mile from Louisville, wa powder and other explosive whero chillocal Hendricks and Orcy Clubs, Many uf l!x Tho railroad track thero 1 dren havo access to them. Mr. Smith ther woro all crushed to death. Tho cities and towns throughout the Stale alto sent tween lliilnd J p. m when dtbale doted, be- bached. on dilatory motions seriously Injured, but clubland delegation!, and there was a super- ing consumed by st night for miles, but thoso in tho has boon frequently warnod about the mother was ilssho was on 118, Tho fluity ot bran banda and lets pretentious The tes vole yeas lay nays lit pending war-swill recover. woro laughing and singing and danger of keeping hi powder under ths Jt i thought Sprlncers motion to the till and mutlcal organizations. counter, but failed to heed tho warn- Northern I'arjflo through amendments on the table. II was Ihe first mo- none noticed tho light ot train Na 4, The parade was had st p. m, the column tion male and developed the fact that there which was two hour passenger trait, after bolng stopped by lato and runings, and, many harsh words wero said forming under the direction of General Feed agalntthlm, notwitnstandlng tho loss tho force of Ufc wind In tho western KneQer, of Indianapolis. While arranging de was a m tnijorlty of six members for ths passage ning nt extra speed. Just as tho Mr. Springer changed his sole In Aty, wa blown from tho tails his horse tbrew him and then atepped upon of tho t Nolo-ttclupon them Mr. of his two children and. his weeckod suburbs ot the but thnt train wa reconsideration move track and o very pno of tho twelve cars hit breast, to hla aercre Injury, but he peraltted order tuchangefor n real majority, wMeh varied leaped to hor foot and cried "Ob, house. did net the turned over. Jfany of tho passengers In returning the saddle and remaining In com from t to set en all the afternoon and esenlng. wj God, stop!" but thi was tho only wero sovoroly bit not dangerously In- uind. organlzatlona took part In tbo psrade. fliere wre twenty two llopi.Sltcans and Dem- wirnlng, and It was too lato. Just back CHINA MAD. All the consisting and there was aline exhibition ot the military ocrats who did not vote en the first ealL mo-- t ot Itbo front wheel tho locomotive Iholr Injuries jured; No Demo8lie Will r.irlud. Americans If Conerees and bruise. and Pythian fraternities, the proccsilon cover- of them b Inn present but paired Two iicpub strtek tim wngon. Itwa torn to bit, of merely cits Itrp.sl the Kirlll.lon Law Mora Not crat voted wllh the Republicans. o ing one mile In length. The local Hendricks I lea us v t d with Ihe Democrats. porsonago on Tho Northern Faiiflc repair and nnrtho remnants, with most of tho vic Tho most distinguished Hendricks, at special escort July 3. shop wero damaged S"i0. 000. Tho club actedTurple, Sculptor to Mrs. and Judge tim?, sent crashing through a rail fenco tho passongor lutot tho French steamer Parks Senator from the Presldentns to Indian lands la Kanaway. How fatal tho result La llretagno, which arrived at New freight depots of ho Great Nortborn Rand, president ot the Monument Commissionsas, as tn posted nnd cablo communication be- twoity feet woro demolers, marching In a hollow tquaro. Conspicuous tween the United Plates and the was :btild hardly bo learned whon tho York Sunday, wa HI Ilxcolloncy Tsui, and tho Milwaukco nad and hit Slates at to tbo celebration ot the fourth tralr backed to tho death scene. Tho tho Cblnoso Minister at Washington. ished. Soveral churches wero badly In lbs column was Governor Campbell gorgeous sua, tbo latter wearing It Minister Tsui is correct In his predic- wrecked, and numorotB other buildingso mounted which caught the native Hooslcr and contem al of the discos cry of America, and as vlctins wero lying hero and thoro In all uniforms dam-agtoagrerrai-nbetween the Cherokee CommisposUUm. tbolr clothes shredded from tions, we aro an tho ovo ot a great dial moro or les damaged. Tho total filled htm with admiration. the Indian Terriwrought in the cltj Is estimated at Governor Hill occupied a carriage with Gov sion and the Iowa Indians Inreferred. Feser-i- l thel.'fbacks, covered with blood and Tho ot trouble with his Government. tory, were presented nnd Hon Nolemoler lay dead Celestial diplomat Is very considera ly about 575,000. Storm d d groat damago ernor Hover, Highl Iteverend Ulahop Chatard bills were reported and placed en Iho calendar. distinguished Morris and were offered railing for Information wllb III right arm torn from tho socket Hesol ot worried because whatovcr happen ho to crops and building At Maploton, and General alao atalgncd other to carrlagei. drlrea In rcpaniions tho manufacture homes and missing. Tho mangled body of his also at BUesla were to will bo more or less hold rcsponsl lo Durbln, Wioatland and Ayr, four abreaat, with Governor Hill In the center of aril' 's forsa'e In competition wlthrrlvato yoingest child hung across tho driving-ro- d gentleman wnt for. Mr. Tsui's prodeccssor, Chang 'ion Morohead, Minn., and othir places In Whenever tha enternr .. s. and In regard lo Pacific railroad In by the crowd along the line ot march hs debtedness, i The subsidy bills wete discussed fof tho locomotive. Sarah Var.co Hoon, wa abused for not preventing that Stato. was received with eheera, Governor Campbell until 'Op. nx, when Iho Scnalo adjourned unwai'stlll living, wllh hor breast crushed Congro from passing tho Chlneso KNIGHTS WRECKED. being alto given a rordlal welcome. til Monday. In nnd otlicrwlso fatally hnrt Will law, and when tho now roach d Bercral"acres of people cluttered about the IIOCPC-MIodge (Mass I asked for a re- Coko and two others of tho Nolemeler China his angry constituent burned lis Derailing or an Kirurl,in Train Ono grand atand to witness the unvalling ceremon print cf r. election bill, as passed Killed and Snrrni Wounded. cllldrcn aro also hurt beyond hopo of ies, and al tho head or the procession oerwucn residence and dojtroyed his proporrf Mr. Horsey (VU asked svllh nun; that tho Illi- ed on Capital Square the artfllcry fired nine- consent lo nnl notes. resolution requesting Ihe recovery. Not one escaped without Tho most serious wre-Tho presont Minister realizes that ,e offer a nois Central ha oxperfonced for soveral teen gnns In honor of the nineteenth President to return to the House Ihe bill ex- fearful cut and bruises, and tho list of does nor control Mr. lltalnoand Congre of Ihe United States. Governor tending iho time of payment to purchasers cf years occurred at Mantnno, 111., Monday fatalities almost snro to be larger. and ho doesn't llko tho outlook. M Horey briefly welcomed the peoplo nnd Intro- land ot the Omlba tribe of Indians In Nobrae morning. A special excursion train of duced Judge Hand, president of the commission, Tin: Secretary of War has appointed a Tsui ha given tho following but objection was made. Mr McCorras la, COO momberiiof as the chairman. Hev Dr. Jenckes, of St. Paul (Md.) for publication: "Cnloss lie fourteen cars, carrying the conference report on iho cadet at tho West Point Military Acadto tho Eplacopal Church, delivered the Invocation, ot r Columbt i appropriation bill, .liter Franklin, emy, John W. McFarlln, United Mates Government repeal tii Knight of Pythias nnd ladles Milwaukee, ler which General Sliklea, on behalf of Tarn District and pending a vote on lue conference debute Third District. law which now exclude my count!-me- n biennial Supremo Lodge at many, of New York, presented Mrs. Hendricks report, the House at 1 43 adjourned Mil Monenterfrom this country wo shall trut wa derailed at tho switch whllo Tin: Salary and Allowance DIvlslonoi a bandsomo wreath of white and pink ing tho villago nt tho speed ot with direct from New Yoik, and which still re. day. rosea, Department has finished American to a doo of their own me Wasiiisoton, July T Sr.vATa. The con- the thlrty-flv- o miles nn hour. Iho acci- tslnedall their tcauty and fragrance. In doing I moan that wo shall oxcludot 6 tho llx'.ng of Presidential Postmaster on tho part of the two llnnsea this dent was caused by a loop switch this he spoke of Hendricks, as the colleague ot ferees ntailifolJ--- asrcemestpn tho points ol halarlos for noxt year. Following ar Urns t tho United State from other .holt bolng shaken out of Us placo by MorionInand West. men who lor years rcre iltffcrearji.ep'fhe sllr. W1J. Tiio conference - tho changes for Kentucky. Carrollton, neso Empire." Judge Hand then delivered r Iho Iratn. Tho four for flnnls the w--A tse contrrnr nntl dinTora-t- tc ll .".esar nrieroElizabeth-town$1,300 to Ihe hltlnrlcal address reciting tho rurlous steps I .n..rt. 51. 100 lo to. Mr irla,lon,bllI wasfresenliilnnd ward cars kept tho main track and tho In the work of organltatlon and accumulating ' Durst of a Cloud. ; Morrcll roved that the Senalo proceed to lh- - ?l.400; Fulton, f 1.400 remainder of tho train stood upon tho unds and strrelng upon a suitable monmrrnt consideotion ot the tariff bill. He said that 5l.lMHItoSI.llM): Mndisoiivllle, Hickman, Now ha boon received of a Sh'.'OO lo which occurred in Klchland Cttp-ty- , siding. When tho train broke a chair to the memory of the dlallngulsed dead, cul nfler the tariff hill was taken un It could ho M..100, Majstille. M.000 to Sl,!)00; Somacceptance of tho initiating sub. Wl., and occasioned alossof S2O0.0W i ar, occupied by tho St. l.ouls contin mined In Ihe K. K. Parks, design Flor- lnid aslJoJ Inforraslly unlit tho two shipping erset l,"00 to ?l.400; Vcrsatllcs, $I,4(X or by disposed of After debate the s woro carrlejeut gent, turned upon Its side, and tho occu- ence, Ilaly, tnrovgh whoso or moro. Four senms It Mils were Williamsburg. St.000 to 51,100; Morrcll's metl'Ui si.to and lom pants, numbering fifty, wero hurled had been brought lo final success nmt thewas taken on Mr. nays no quorum to JI..W0; between Hlchland Center result a yens 18, Mr, to ded calory ode Hen toting. Then there wns a call of the roll, to Winchester, SI.UOO loSl.TOO. Keck, wjillo an Iron brldgo was wrecied with great vlolcnco agiiinsr tho ldo of Ihe Tiik sen Ices of Prof. J. Douglas by the car Tho sudden stopping of tho drcks by James Whlteorob Itiler was read fol- which Senators responded. Tuosote at tho Eaglo Mills. Tho SL Faul of Art, of tho UniversiPresident Fisher, of Hanover College this damaged so badly that trains train prevented a long list of casual His low ng Ihe tlngrng of "Columbia" by the choir was again taken and the Senate lefusedtn llriicc, Master was 30. naysSt. The ty of Virginia, hato been secured as bo prevented from runrilng forvo J. 11. Crow dor, of Waco, Tex , aged :'.0 of MO children and theunrallmgot the statue take tip tho tjnff Ml' jeas will Tedcral election hi'l omeoter and was lnid professor of modern languages in Center ti pplcmcnted with n taints day. Two month will bo necessary to- ycar.i, wui standing on tho platform of h Mrs Hendricks, Then came the oration by on the table. AUt n brief execullio soslu College, D.inrllle. s road-be- d Tho by the arlillrrr. conli- tme of tho cars, and was killed. to restore the the Senate at M p. in udjoumed. a scholarly production, l'iNsloNsfor Kentiieky: Mlko Jacklh"'ip'u,,r bad but Just ordered also suffered greatly. In wounded passengers wero all In Iho Senator David Turple, many characteristics nt Ilot Hon. Crop reviewing at length the Marlz, Falflooded Kast M. Louis car. Thoy wre: William Mr. Hendricks and Ihe work nconiplliued by lh" resullntf of ihf iiinruBl when Rogers of Ar- son, Lexington; Nicholas Klchland Center cellars woro made the po lit of no quorum mouth; Jan. H. Lamb, Luulsvlllo; John J Horn. Miss Milllo Dooley, T. XV. him. Jt was un earnest, glowing tribute by nn kansas, arose andAil and other minor damage wa dono. thi counting the Speaker C. Pardue, Pig;.loliu W. Stone, Lvitch-fiolbeing present Tiague. Captain 'Vi. II. Sandiisi.y nnu orator whose Inspiration was Intensified by a vow able lo do muid not make more limn f'li.is. lhihank; Hon ling Green; lifelong friendship for the late A Tamlly Mantled. t l.anti. Ktery ear except threo and an memiers in sliriit oat of Iho Sl ilmt by Henry Henderson, of Fort Huron, wis derailed, seieral of them being Turple Intimacy only broken and death. Mr. ought to bate en there The roll was esdled Onon Allanl, Hlehmond; Joiso Cowen, was warmly claimed close attcmlon whllo the Sctvl it arms went In sennit of Cotint'n Cros Heads; Henry Anderson. Mich., borrowed his employer' tenm to dragged twenty foot nway from tho Hue. absentees ni it in outer I'oors of Iho House Patterson Crook; Wm. H. Hansford. take hi family to a picnic. Tho team 'Kin' excursionists wero transferred to With the conclusion ot Mr. Turplo's oration were locked to in I' those Ins'de en hand until Somersot: Thos Shepherd, Lexington; took frlght.and ran away, throwing the .mother train nbout noon, and scut on Ihero wero repeated calls for GovcrnVHlil, n sufficient inm ' ' n'lild Ik fi uml lu makeup who nppearrd uion tho plutform and ndXtsed a quorum. Frederick Milton, King, Louisville; occupants of tho whlclo out, injuring to their destination. 1'ni'U "" m- mbers were currilleil the assembled multitude. He paid a glowing Androw Hamilton, nnd the Journal ' ilursUy was read. A Joint Honz, Cotltigton; Mr. Henderson seriously. Mrs. Hen, to Indiana's great statesman tribute Ho War With Eiclaud. iffend for ihe ricall of n Spartn; Thus. .1. Woosl, Mtinfordsvllle; derson is so badly hurt Hint she will delivered Governor Campbell ihort resolution b' hi Innd Nmiu icy fonsatlonal dispatches address In culrvty of then man. born Ina Ohio, certain wlthdrasn m thi l the President, but Wm. H Hampton, ibitvling GreeiitEllsa die, A daughter and son wero instantly the refusing lo finally killed and another son had his loft hand went oer from Wuhlngton to Now reared In India- a but who belonged to tho na- vote., Kenst' I' II i" 'l,r' it ewain Innd grants J , mother of Thos. II. Popper. Paris; . irk Monday to tho ellect that Hio tion. ' p m , when the House Martha, widow of Hlruiull. Warl.llrons-burgwas consider' torn off. ril Many score ot Utters llnlish Minister had notified our Gov Monument Commission wero received by the adjourned I from distinguished " , llelll". If nny wnler llylnr Iho Ths Revolver Their TlcksL N, that Distilling Com. Tin. Iho Nntion men to , Northern Faclfio freight Li n ish Hag wero captured by our cruls- - attenduf the unvalling resreltitij An Hn- - iNruost l"itl f.Mirmash TlfHtcits c' 'hi new party ccninoulos President train was boarded near North Yakima, snllsfnc-tiun Itobrlng Sea tliey would ho roleafc-- i I Unison pleadt-press ot Kxccutivo duties delplila linn' piosnl tho vessel i distillery In tho world, burned to the Wash., by two men. Whon tho conduc,1 t, Morten pok very kindly of .11 lie accoptLsl by tho Govfuire So far fiuiii thlx living true, uijil-ground at an early hour tho other morntor asked for their tickets thoy drew re- , r .iiitborltles llislst that tho negotl.v Ms predecessor, whom he valued as a friend ernment, ing. Nearly 00,000 gallon of whisky at volvers and compelled tho conductor noil for a settlement of this qucstlun and respected was a isilltlcnl opiiuiieiil.his ref, wero destroy111 process of manufacture of Cineliinall, rqually gracious In Sherman to hand over 8120. The an progiesiing satisfactorily. and brakemnn Among others sending sont to tin I'' inhlln County J.tll for ed. At3 o'clock in tlm morning twenty erence to Hendrkkv jumped from tho train and j robbers then 1'lcvelund, benaloi lelltr. wero tumporlng will, a rcglsluresl loiter, was lite men reported fur duty, when a flash lottery B II Vo'.oed. Voorheca, who Is contlned at Washington by scaped. A posse went in pursuit and lrdon by I'rasldont of blue lire was seen, and a terrltlc exMiller. Chlct Justice discharged Gmernor Nlelmlls returned to tbo Illness, Attorney-Generboon captured tbo robWrs. plosion followed. The flumes leaped InVnnco, Admiral Harrison. Louisiana House Iho lotlory bill vt Ith-- , Fuller, Dan Lamont, ll.itt-lroport of a romurk.tldn to the nir. in Igniting each of TiiF.ift; is entire Democratic delegation u: his approval. Mr. Shamiiek Intro-duit- Porter nnd the ho are detained by Impendiu The Conxo to Bi Mortjated to Bjlftura. from Indiana, w liuiUs ulth report of severe canrich fTnil in pod in .ir .lu.ircx. Loner n n resolution that, inasmuch ns legislation It I expected that tho Ilelglan CabCalifornia. nonading. Tho whUky soon spread inet will propose un Immediate ad v a mo tlieio was soiim iiiolliiii as to the con'Ihe moi.umont Is one of the finest works of Tun Gem n Italian nnd English oior the entire building, and In ilso ot SI. 000,000 to tho Congo Stato and an stitutional right uf tho Gouiruor to veto sculptured nrt ot er set up in the United States, agreiil to ostnblisli minutes the buildings wero a iiii'm of advance of 6tu0,000 annually for ten the amendments, ho iiiokid that further the figure of Hendricks is of berolo size, and en Government na!ito t ee ullcgorlcal s ta court of Jusiico al .an- llro and lievond Hie control of the flro of lnternatli years, tin) Congo Stato to bo mortgaged consideration of thu question ho mado his right left the of history. Ihturo atatrsn an nnbar. The that Comand on bis il department Tho to Ilelglum. the seolal order of tho day for 'J o'clock, la represented at standing llrtuly on his Jrft that Lord .Salisbury do- - pany carries lis iiisunnco :it Frankfort Ir advanced, vhllo his ruht Tuisilny. July 8. foot with his right of a it tiki 1I0111 for hi ami lu New York. It Is learned Ui.it II Moutenecrln Alter ths Turk. hand rests In hla test nod hla left bolls a clliu' ,tb honor mglng nbout the Anglo- - carries nbout 270.000 iuaiirance. Tho The Popi Preparing for Ills En t. parchment roll 'Ihe main siiluo It t ir enrvlco,!) It Is reported that Montenegrin have r ent 'I ho London Chronlolo'scorrovpondont teen feet six Inchos high, whllo Uio German loss will lettaliily re.icb Stoo.ooo. No crossed tbo frontier In largo numbers ten fc ' allegortcnl figures are each TtlliNatli'ii'it Su Iphur Company has ono was immediately killed by the acciand have !een victorious In hnvernl en- at Home, say Hint thu l'opo has bocomo The pedestal which Ihe ot granite vury feoble, and, thul In antlolp.illou of Is constructed camo from lta'y, nnd Is of n Hilt been Ihcofpomled In Kentucky. Capital, dent. Hut it Is nearly lerluln that counters with tho Turk. They no l.ln oml, ho Is preparing written Inthreo bo who wero walking along the threaten the town of Ipok. coral tins while thai in Urn monument hat sio.oooooo.Y Tut llTink of llarlfordi Hartford, Wis., track when iho sapor exploded will dU a line hammered finish. Tho baso of Ihe structions for the guidance of his S3 feci in SO feet long and Deposits, Missouri Crops Below the Aversfe. to spimilodTpaiitienL i His Holiness, tho correspondent pedestal Is from the eltejt ot the terrible burns re width, ot threo enurtcshnd rising to a die In li.ihlTjlloat'uiiliiiowii. Tho Missouri Stato Hoanl of Agriculcolvnl. further says ha revised hi will, and Uio (filter. In eaih sido of Urn monument I. ture has just Issued a roport on the rop arranging for n trusteeship of tho a niche, tno occupied by the tlgiirot ol Jus downpour ot r.nn at Kll '..Clt say's ho has cballonged Sul- A iwiHiorn prospect to dnt, nnd tho report ,iu 'o a finish, light, Loudon prize ring I.oxl'sgton. a fow days ago, caused conwhile ono Is vacant and church funds after bis death. tice and History the other Is titled wl li decorntuins The to Indicate that tho crop will bo .us. , siderable dninago to property. Tho rain body shows four fluted loluinns al tho cor Stage Robbers erably lielow tho average. bearing n offSl VgQli.K. Wlltl it, of the Cln- - w.isaieomp.itiiod with wind. Superior Court nt Napa, Oil , ners each surmounted byloto ir'ohe ivststhe In the , IHilfWjf ihls bronze ornamentations siileido by Dl lilMi a setero slorni nt Chalera James Mirk nml Joseph Mooney wero ar- dome stone, tienring Uf cap die on which iiini'iti ,' hliusolf foniniltud oh or. o.lt with a rt Hio oilier night Jerry South', who bad Tho cholera epidemic In Vnlonna ha raigned charged with highway robbery stands Ihe siaiue of Ik drlcks "lli'iulr cks." tinseled In si llffrTillNi: Win 11, professor his wife and child out in a carriage, slightly Increased. Woven now .lies for holding up the llurhln Springs stngo the front niche. name anil laurel u.iiitrl- In Iho Oak "ilogyt at Auburn Theological dreto under a tree fur shelter. Lightand threo death aro reported at Hoi. va, Juno 811. Thoy pleaded guilty and wero wrealh which adorns Un' en uummt The whole of uy, y liflon Forge. Va., ami u ning struck Hie tree and Iho Searles represents an ullay and threo now cases and threo ileal lis at sontenced to ton yeprV imprisonment ut by rontrihutlcus from el IKWO. and wm rilsid Irleu. is f the decontrd 11.' Illoraryjiiiaii, is dead. wore Instantly killed. Gandla. esmsn, Snn (juentln. W1111.1: campaigning In Kentiwky In A isTKMknt furnished by Ilrnd-stic- i A Baby With Two Ileads. . gency shows thnt tho number CHILDHEN'S CHATTER. tho early day ot tho war tftmoml GarBlram'st Sentenced. A son wa liorn to Mrs. Charles Wrlko bu- - in failures during the pst six field bOlUflit a farm near Prestonburg Chns. LaGrange, arrested on a chnrgo Tkachku "And now, children, you of i.. with two perfect heads, the left a' out of bigamy, pleaded guilty, and w.i for a fow hundred dollar. Hecenlly is l.viliess than for tl o havo heard tho story of Ananias. What flvo Inches in diameter nnd the lu'bt sentenced to three year parioifof leb'.l. The liabilities Mr. Gaitleld sold the tiact lo specuIn the penthreo Inches. Tho child was alive 1st itentiary. Ho made n full confession to lesson should ivo learn from hi fato7" nret l ril'Jles lators, leceltint? Si.ts'O Tor It Willie "Never to get caught." boforo birth, but notcr breathed. 'I ero tho court. Ho married llrst nt Sedge-wicTub papers of tbo Stale ate circulatJwsiaiihon. who wns nrresiiil Jo 'GiiAKDJiA," said llttlo Tom, "thoy was n bifurcation of tho spinal cho In slating that the Mason Kas., and only II unlays afterword Hi sin- - ing a paragraph 1'Hjjtho.Mtv of in drunken inMieronilor '.ho tho middle of tho back, n branch was married toauothor womauln Hutch-lusoi- i, havo got awful nice tumblers at tho den' " ftj",sc' vsiongfiilly of X- I'onl Company are to n'm July I. It circus." "It used to bo tho anno way ning to each head. Tho paront liw at ' ' Kas. to the Km- - com let labor to Iho Mute ,'iinggriIlKi(ihi'il(ul years ago, Tom tilled with roil lemon-ado- , UlsLlllJ Trenton, N. J, appears to bate been fortjotleii that tlm s ftlunieii to New York lie perm loi-- ec ain't thoy?" Archer Gets Five Years. to do this was not Will Inn ' of the 1'nlted oiler of the Prohibition Nomine for Governor At llnltlmoioUx-StiitoTrensure- r Archaccepted by ihe Male. GittNtiMA "I should llko to know If Man - I "ornniont to the ouliage Tho Stato Prohibition Committee mot er went Into Court, plendi'd guilty to a that slip I hot out four wooks ago has NtlllVN lit nmm.hu wholesale nnd .Ions Kstieijlilt, of lluiitsdiile. l'a., Is at Hlrmliigbam, Ala., and iiomln. ed charge ot enibexzlemi'nt of the funds of rooted." Llttlo Hesslo "No, grandma. retail furniture dealer, of Umlsullo. "it ifmlciinrgo of poihouing hi Hev. 8. S. ltussell, of Cherokee, forlmv-ornothe State, and wn seiitenced to tho It hasn't goto root. Fvo pulled It up in )ui has ilgmsl. LiaUllilles. ,stt,o00; as. years in tho penitentiary, every day and looked." cl. sio.UOO. lUHtorin hnve done 'l't "Grandpa, wo have GiMi mi returns from all the counties Arrival or Miss Winnie Davis. igiTipTiio State of Miclioacau. il 'ti Killed Grandmother and Au it. UNlrlnt oomo to wlh you many happy returns In tin' sis'h CuMgreiMtUHiisI Davis, daughter ot Job Mis Wlnnlo by most William Hlaney, who Is In jail at of your blrthduy. And mamma says if In place tlm majority of Dickinson at S.010, forson DavlK, arrived from Kuropo 'iraph,lluoM thete into the charged with tho murder of his fyr of thi The lotal toto pal In IheeleeUun on thu French steamor La llretagno. grandmother nnd aunt, became uneasy youglvotis oaoh a gold dollar, wo are ti'l Mexico Is liilerruptud. Inlhiipre. wits i4.'.oi not to loso It on our way homo." nit iMiidiibile Sho wa welcomed homo by her Ham to, about u watch ho had taken nt the time, i An .11'' "'itjto ulmnj.0 seals In a Carlisle liwciteil IWOT, iiotis Jiumt (who ha just ro turned from a Alfrod Wilkinson, who accompanied her ami told ono ot hi "p.ils" where ho on ''Oliikitut Chicago reunited In and Ilauiiltou t'.sT. I do wish I'd to tho robldencopt Mr. Latham, in tho could llnd It, nnd to dlpo,o of It. Tho party) "Oh, mamma, huso bcu Ifetlght Muhh Mamma "Why llm ilii'iiligfpf Michael Slieehau and worn my overcoat!" Grenada Kluts, Now York, whoro sho police iirro.Hted till person mid secured sherllUtdin Ho)d, of Chris-HaajRliisti-doar?" Jimmy "Ileoauo I could have hi wih. Noraj will stop for a fow days. v, atch. tho Hiin I' ViPu'ii!U and Hubert Lind louiii), whoso accoutit are being eaten a great deal moro amltUH-'njonU il ChoVsd To Death By Beans. Marshal XI Three Mta. "Wnv, Archie, you'ro not at the jam w re M nned'lu the Minnesota liter, liiMstiifd by Ho tlth raising tho UUT,Mliin., while bathing llotd is 'atnel living at Miss Mary McMuiray, At Columbus, Tox., City Marshal Popo again and only punished for It an hour I t hen nm." .its on il.e assessment White Heath, near Montlcqllo, 111. shot and Instantly killed IM Young and ago?" "Yos, mar; I hennl you toll Ni itlic -ulil kwlni. P. 1lli: Minis, rogisteieil a ( si ll,ov weieeopl'd In ihe sherllf's book swallowed somo boau which lodged in John mid Hob Stafford, ton of 11. II. nuntltiyou thought you had whipped me in and will' mcoritx--t iitliulallont iiitiisky, was found of I p her throat and choked hor to death al- Stafford. too hard, and I thought I'd ovon thing Tho fight occuried In a sabis i" .' thu Nell llouso, Columbus. of Hi amount of taxes to be collected. most luttaiitly. up." loon, and thirty shots wero fired. t witsil-stsrs- .,.1 ej to. Ilil Monday, It has l).d. Sr.siATim llAvn.KY has reported favors I -s- rAT-At the close Afrhaeaust the Idaho bill. sMy to tho Commlttoo on Military nn amendment proposed to the Wdboni n division. A mes- - fair sundry civil bill, making an appropriaio of representatives had resolved to "ad. tion of $.'.M),000 for tho enlargement ot cpicnt to the Senate amend tho military post noar Newport, thi stive approprlntlnn till bar- Mr Dawes the liret tn confersaid that with State. further amend-liittt.e llousi ions-tho- bu-ln- tan' rsf nlneleon-montb-ol- MtHf Psjir sbs ills-'i- ..... .i.i.i.. pt, dark'n-as.iw- 1 fHd naxjH wicBBl Bkn: .com-men- tfv--simm- - Mis-lon-rl. aream-shi- p d roll-cal- west-boun- d or htNAT-Mcjsa- gcs n t d k nt 1 Post-olllc- o thtC. cbmd-burs- I , asfn-e- ' toSI.-lOO- t, mill-dam- Sl-- nil-roa- d forly-Mi- i' N first-clas- d; nine-y-on- o t, 1 . innl-im- Allon-Uradlo- y east-boun- d T.euis-viHi.- y, Gen-er- sl In y il ,1011-1- Ju-- ", Allen-Hradle- y ltal"l ! ni-- 11, $.10,-u"- 0: 1 -ias Fn Theonlyln-srriptlonlsth- f Vaiii-eluirg- c t 11.,-u- eorros-pondi'- t; i 1 - -- llitentlon r. m m o, riun-da- y 11 'tjf row-bo- el.H-iuii- n s s 1 r 11 ili-i- i at eassT . THE HICKMAN COURIER. ItlOKMAX, KY., . I 189:1. Tilt: foiuji: Is iiii.l. Political Brevities. bo prnotically MLV. NAM i.in.viiu.1 nil,!. JONMOII TIIK rKMCRAL Who will Iho lriuucpntn U'liMt will be the ItcHiilt. Nnitiliinic? ' reporter, speaking of tho Federal .And the Retiring election bill, said: MRu between England and America havo boon broken off. "Theso folks who think titer oan do nnything with u federal oleotlon MKDIOI$ES, and bill mistaken. A Gov. Niciiolls has vetoed tho aiul are fair connt In freo ballot a the South Louisiana Lottery bill and explain LIQUORS, od his position in a long message. in on n s negro domination, nud tho FANCY GOODS W'YVeVJgfjHSeiMRagVjgfjW'gtjR South wont havo It. Tho elcotion lOK jti Judor William Lindsay, of lHw will bo a dead letter,Itlike tbe SUNDRIES, eeit fifteenth amendment. would MEDJOAfc thin state, has bocn appointed n 1'AINTS, commissioiier-nt-largI tmZ!FS3biiSSSSSSSSSSSSSsHl JlI to tho Chi- take 500,000 soldiers to enforco It, every county, USE. cago World's Fair, in place of a regiuioii. in in OILS, nrcro is killed Samuel W. lntnan, of Georgia, In a whllo killed tho South ones with lead. Up PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. who has declined. In Indiana they kill whlto voters . You votes up Tub National Democrat very with silver. money. buy the correctly remarks: "Grover Cleve- North with killed oncoIn in South bills has fixed the gets boxes, all the voting, all the count land nover once need a a while. the Pulton Couuty Court Election in United one vote of tho country kgsiwt him. ing, under the control of oflicers States vessel for a pleasnro ex- It in cheaper, but 100 are Durchas August. "For Sore Kyea, ono In kilt that this roto is of tho election of their own po- cursion during tbe four years of ed in tho North whorotho purchas Wr are anthorlxed to announce J. X. OUT They admit cd the South, and COWQILL'S SAL7I. publi- litical party. Of course, tho Fed- his Presidency. Jtcnjamine Har- ing inof votes is as daugeroua TBN at a candidate Tor Judfe of ibe against him bocauselol to Fulton County Court. Election next can slanders and iniiweBiMitu- rison never fails to use a GovernFer Neur.lf li and Rhrsraatlsfs, eral election supervisors will bo ment repuuuc as tec billing or August. such a purpose tbe VEAIiEltS IN tions, but tbey say it is lono the Ilopublicans, appointed by Repub wheu vessel for away from Wash- .voters. COWOILL'3 WlASIL OIL. . he can get We are authorised to announce JOSHUA less a fixed a, iptCIcvo- - lican a, and subject to removal by ington for a day's sail in Chesaclement NAYLOK as a caudldate for WHtCBLRH Mr For Mies, HIM. Who then peake Bay." lu the ulbce or Couutjr Judge. Kltctlou laud, whereas it won! D(t llO 80 Republican superiors. COWQILL'S PILX 0INTM1NT. lu August. much so agaitiBl soui tter lead donbts but that their "returns" Wheu Hon, John Young Browu f.h ing Democrats. Tbe cond ele- - will bo in favor of tho Republican VoH. t'uSJMTV ATTORNKY State Treasurer Arches rilllllM ( T7tn- - A is..; USJS K A Mf For Tetter and Itlafirorra, agiof Maryland is the victim of the riuw ouoe ran afoul of tho Wheel COWQILL'S TIT1ZS OiNxMEKT. meut is a class of tli dro s'hbrod, candidates! le at Wa are aathoriied to announce U. 3. nAinnitrvi tit limt nr ilnnlthra at a candidate for re election to dyed In the wool Dem pens, who It is trno that tho law requires with defaulting treasurers. aiWH organization, whioh is getting For Worms, the office of County Attorney. Eleolion believe that Mr. Gioatlaul -- kept -' ono out or every tnree supervis- has been sent to tho ponitentinry to boa bis tiling in polities iu tbAt Oowgiil't rioaaB Worn in August. r4nft pHres. Tt'e Tf s are flfcik iU sra4s t rtala. Usdlrrai al rtae rurnltara at too many ItopubliwWlrofflce ors to be appointed from tho for five years. Tho ItApnblirau part of tho State. After hn had SATISFACTION aOAIlAKTKRD OR s.rrr a rail Ha all timet ol Oh at raj. Heehaw. Table, Bureau. Wnahatanrtn, run covnty ri.Enir. .iarant-evi- v during his admiutrtion, and, party, but tho two is a ma method would have been to Bind finished his speech a gentleman TUX MOSSY REFUNDED. Warelroba-aChamber et, Mattraaaaa, prtngs, and to wake aroee and handed Mr. Brown a We are authorized to announce W. P. therefore, too maty working a ttn ! utMltviil. Olvsasatnal a ts eontatl.auJ dlieoant alt wupetltlsa la Uwe jority in ovety instance, and will him to tbe Senate the Natbnnl copy of tbe national platform of For Sate by the Proprietors, hi in Chairman of TAYl.OIt as a candidate for Goods out. TryC, Mr. .Cleveland be so controlled. to Ibe office of County Court Clerk. WoJa ea.3 UttalUe Dona C4. tlaa. We earn l1 ' jotnmiuee. Atnumous xcepiun the Farmers' and Laborers' Union, Kfectiou lu August next. his party above priUpUt(aaJ Jed Week a special!. did this to And they say that this law is to cans nowadays, if they aro vise, aud asked him to give bis views COWGILL & COWGILL, tho mero plane of fair will commit some crime before about It. Mr. Brown replied that OK RMEKirr. secure a freo ballot aud a PIU1IMAOIHTH, for party be would in duo season express niCKMiN, : : : Kentucky. but there are count! Is it fair to place the offering thomsclves W are authorised to announce T. H. and his viowB on that subject through thousands of good men who think, whole counting of the votes in preferment. JOHN80N as a candidate for tho Labor Journal, tho official or . to the office of Sheriff of fulton and think honestly, that if it is the control of the Republican macounty. Election In August. Unlf.38 some pretty fine ork gan of the State Union. The com BAKERY necessary to have a Democrat in chine politicians, interested in bo do no by Republican leaders. mnnication will be awaited with FOR JAILE.K. Having bought out K. M- Mslbeay'a CTly the office of President, &c, that every instance in counting them- Congress will bo in fee si on when interest. Uakery and Grocery, 1 will U pleased 1?e are aatfccriicd to ssaoanss Mr. GEO it ia etjQally necessary to have the leaves bogiti to turn Mhile selves into office! What honest to ice all bis old friends and trnnnn. CAlU'KXTEll as a candidate for re- Democrats in tho offices they seek, to is practically ready ciHloiucrt. mau will have any confidence in tho House election io tbe ot&oe of Jailer of Fulton ONO. W. MORRIS & SON, Prop's. considerably At 10 years of age n boy thinks FroHli Jlrtuitt, dllcwn, ."to. aud aro qualified for. Ail hi all, tho count of such officials! Wheu quit tho Senate is until county, Election In August. the urst mo luiucr KiiuwB u great ueui; h. behind. It will tnke AlwuyM on Ilamll tho chances are decidedly in favor n pooplo may know that they are wei-- in Auguat vo ii.iubo MANOFArri'incnN oi 1'U DelWery Dread Wagon will FUR AftSKSSOR. io, ne knows as muou ns lits of Cleveland's reiiouilnatioti for thus cheated and wronged by parRill and the River and liar- - tlier; at on, ho knows twice as you every day. We are aathoriied to announce C1IAS. T. CKO. KOKHNKK. iat8 If NICHOLS as a candidate for i lie office President, with Gray, of Indiana, tisan counting boards, aro they bor Bill. Then Uio Force I''l.,noch;at 30, he is willing to take ue orougui up, win aum ,B adVcc; at 40. he becins to of County Assessor, at the euiulng or Campbell, of Ohio, for Vice not likely to resent the wrong, and siionitt it another month. If not more, to think his father knows something Auguit election. President. Derhans vlolenco follow! If vio- - tins. Aiiogoincr, mo ouwuon iur after all: at Wa ho UDIklUu to seek We are anlborlted to announce E. C. Many of tho great lenders of lenoo follows, or even threatens, a speedy adjournment is not good.1 u8 juivice, and at CO after his eg eaudidate for the office of New Aenu for Morris Machine Works Engines and Boilers. York, and some elsewhere, tho counting boards have tho right m rather is deadho thinks ho was Alienor of Fulton couuty, at tbe en are booming Governor Hill, of and authority to call for "protecsuing Auguit election. The agreement reached by the the smartest man that ever livod. Attn i (JHittt Mrl ICry HnlunUr. KINGMAN & BOMAR New York. lie bus never failed tion" from United States Marshals Conference Committee on the Wc arc autboriied to announce J.'O. A. A NI2IKI&U MOUNTAIN. Keep none but tbe but or Rlge, at reason to carry the great pivotal State of and Federal soldiers! And this silver bill cancels tho free coinage COOPER as a candidate for clause passed by the Senate and Co (be office of Tax Alienor of Fulton New York, and with New York, fs to be called a free ballot aud a tho bullion redemption clause in The State Of Georgia, Which has, on. a- - Hor.es aUara fre.b. andnood county. hrumnrn leilin.iL -: -' the Democrats aro almost sure fair count! OF TIIK CEI.KUIIATBU UANUrAOTCKXK tho original House uiii, hiiu pro-- nArlinna. rnnra urninlprn. nniitintn- il.t..,.- .nnU...I . r i, ".r HC1IOOL. SlU'EHtKTKN-nKNT- . vides for ll.o purchase each mouth' and inanimate, to the square mile g winners. Hill's strength in New -- ;; " .Vfli-- k of 4,500,000 ounces of silver, with- - MM any oi ner sisters in tne on We are authorized to announce JAS II. York makes him a probability, but HEfCnLlCAS TARIVa CREED. .r ills Vii iriiiii niriif in inn out Kivint? the Secetnry of the mi .. SAUNDERS candid&le for reflecwmrs---j., rij gl us aeall. . j iTi he is not a favorite iu the other The MeKlnle-- mil nud the ut suiiuMuvej, me tion to tbe oSce of County SuperinTreasury ntiy discretion iu the d Kentucky 8ls, Cor. Jackson Parly. tendent of Common Sdioels. States. matter. It is estimated that un- tuico icuuibcu uviiiu iuc xauiuuo HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Qov. Abbott, of New Jersey, is Bt. (ttp). der this compromise, if it became "Sinking Mountain," on tbo Chat AH AMSWEIt WASTED. a likely compromise candidate as It seems to be considered pret- law, tho treasury will purchsso tsuooga aRiver. Sinking Mountain f rmT earthquake tlio entire silver makes We want to know if the Cotiaira between Cleveland and Gov. Hill, ty certain that the McKinley bill substantially 'imrniDOtcr, Although gradually really farors the calling of a democratic product of the United Slates. 'sinking all tho time, Its periods of Contention to nominate a Delegate to the should an Eastern mau bo taken, will pass the Senate with little, if Contention at thu time; and he is a splendid man. Constitutional any, esseutial modification. In disnniet are when ciirln CO and if ysu do not ai'mrt Hurt tlrli Is the It is peculiarly true that if Mr. phnttat aro racking somo remote! Bat, in the event of not nomi- that case it will undoubtedly be Blaino's schomo of "reciprocity" cbakes one posttioo into which polities ihould When tho Moscow Con. not enter. nating Cleveland, it is protty cer. approved by the President. But had been bronght forward by a ckrt of tho clobe. in Java We prefer to quote from Henry tain that tho National Democracy will it be approved by tbe people! Democrat it would have been gf eat earthquake occurred aiouu-itfsinning It is unfortunate that the election characterized by Mr. Blaine and fi row years ago, lowered 10 feet. Courier-Journawill take their canditate from tbe Watterson, of the was instantly . of Congressmen next fall is likely j his follow Itopubllcitna as an KT.TN-'L'TJCKYwho, fu answer to a similar Western States, OampveJL of to turn larcefy upon tnis issue, defensible attack upon American question, said: "Where in tho Ohio, or Palmer, of Illinoa. Tho For it Is not primarily or properly industries. It ia quite probable Thk Atlanta (Ga.) Constitution sulisiios a late interview with name of liberty will yon put poli- result of the November e'ections an Uhuo uetween lite opposing that Mr. Blaino. whose foresicbt on. Abram S. Hewitt, in which UtTWSIX tics, if not iuto tho Constitutional this year may namo the tun. If political parties. There are, in is not to be looked upon.lightly, it Bays: "I think tbo South fs Palmer carries Illinois it will give fact, to the controConvention! Put politics there, tho old hero a broad sweep, aud versy three parties question: Tho socb in tbe sicus of tbe times tbe Io most interesting field of study on tho tariff cradnat awakening of tbe Ameri present to be found iu any part Louisville and Memphis, deep down and running over, but ho will win hands down. free traders, comprising tbe bulk can people to a desiro for freer lo the world. It is undorcointr a wit It Demoseo to it that you put only of the Democratic party; tbe mod- trade with foreign countries, and tunsition form tho patriarchal A DEXOCKATIO WKST. erate prnteotiotiista, comprising that bis scheme is simply based at the individual social system. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars cratic politics." The constitution now AND TO Republican party, upon that knowledge. its interpretation and construcu. is doing this in a single genera-iuu- , The (Stalwart tho bulk of the DRlcr In X.ottlHVlllo.tuniplilt J in. ton and the school of extreme protftttidforuta-towhile iu Europe tion, is tho head source, tho pa- Republican) shows that if all the tectionists, or prohibitory tariff V Wilt if, nud llotiui. OrlomiH, vlu Hon. rent fount of poiilicB, aud the biiis before Congress invoking ex- men, wnicn sprang into political who has D. G. Park, of Mayfield,- 'of from the foudal system to one No" DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND been very favorably meniiidvidunl liberty occupied MKMI'IIIH. Courier has no sympathy with penditures be passed the deficit prominence for the first time two tinnAil In rnntianiinn with tlm nipfi hindreds of years. Iu tbo South liberal or independ- will be over 8100,000,000. It de- years ugo, headed by McKinley for congress, will not run, at least wc can actually boo tbo great THE QUICS AND ISSIS&SiE E0U7S HICKMAN, KY, the ent talk, "Let's have no politics in nounces the extravagance or tho and the knot of extremists who, not at tbis election. In the May drama being performed before our TO AMD rnoM natime, foisted Philadelphia, Ilttdaore, Wash it" The Democrats of Kentucky dominant party and urges econo at that convention a upon the iu field Democrat is tbe following ejes, and tho result is aaost en- Ns York, Norfolk, Old Point Comfort, PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. platform tional paragraph: couraging, because it secures at loRton, must control the making of the my in the following terms: direct opposition to all tbo traRtrknand. Uuffiln. CUf sited. ToDemocrat reporter inter- Qf.ce those benefits of progress "A R. L. AtaxsaPin. Cubltr. H liccu.-ua lULTtsa. V I'res. rrtt. hgw Constitution, and there is no ledo. Chicago, Indianapolis, This is not ft pleasing outlook ditions, to the established policy viewed Hon. D. a. Park yester- wbich Europe required many genCiaelanall, tauiatllle recognized creed of tbe par day in regard to his prospective erations to accomplish. Moreover, way to fe this except to vote for for tho dominant party. Either and d Norlbcaalrs-I'alnla, Democrats. However, the Coub-1K- tariff reductions will hare to bo ty. It is the heterodox policy of candidacy for congress. Ho said: the South Is endowed by nature Easier. Attn postponed tbe noxt session of tiieBO extieminla whlcii una bc6n "1 will not be candidate for con with greater advantages than any does not favor a Convention congress or Itaton Rouge, New the extent of the embodiod in tho McKinley bill, grcss now. Am not ready to en similar nrea in tho world. It con- Memphis, Vtekiburg, Utile IWk, Hot Orleans, Mobile, have ,0 ue and forced by the whip of the par- tcr tbe field of politico, except in tains all the raw materials for inionomiuaieBiie.eKaitJiroiuuit;K..approprjatlon wi Bprlngs and points in West Tenn?au aud Fulton counties, because 'seriously curtailed. In an emer-onl- ty canons upon the Republican tbo private ranks to do whatever numerable industries In grat nessee, Tesas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, and I can to advance tbe principles profusion. Its coal aud iron are Democrats are in the field-- , 'gency of this sort there should bo majority of tbe Houso. It it becomea a law, by the ap- aud policies of tbe people" hesitation regarding the plan not only unlimited in quantity TIIK SaVTII ANB- SOUTHWEIIT. and there is no special danger of proval of tho Republican Senate Reductions of . but so placed In contiguity as to In the eteotto&oJ other than a good, nin'8t)0 ,a(o Tho conn, dutiea and the Republican President, it thoroughly ,,Q. Eveby July for two or three make their development both easy The line condition, and e)ulpJ and ef provides an Democrat. Severar months since- mBn,la lha, tho tnrJff bo Offer0lt will place tne Republican party in years Being regularly organised and ready for buelnssa, we respact fully aolicll past Canada and England and profitable. The South has a eettent arrangement in time and through tho CouniER suggested precinct 'and the Republican party is pledg- - a vcrv embarraseine. becauaw a were about to pitch into the Unit practical monopoly of cotton, ears. A FEATURE is tbe time and the ;&irsa&s ef el!. All collections made ror depoiltora tVe of chajge. secured by tbe Limbed Express Approred paper running; three or four months discounted at the rate of primaries, when the race was free ed to this policy. This cannot bo very false, position before tho cd States, according to tbe Cana- which now secures for her exa night's ride between A allure to country. For it will be called dian papers, on the seal fishery changes with the rest of the world Traine. Only Memphis, and tbe best and per cent, per annum. but this Louisville and to assume the responsibility question, bnt thoy failed to do to the extent of $330,000,000 . tap-- ." quickest ssrvloe bstween tbe two cities for, and to indorso nt the ballot Unit ever offered. not heeded; and it is now too late, ' ing for and desires would be fatal box, a policy of which it has al- this, aud will fail now. The policy S.I H. BUCHANAN. ed States will carry out its tut twTSt 7&t3, ,Iu3 ttju.CS, R, W. ALSXAKSCS. U. BAi. f Ztk. The New Discovery. without engendering antagonisms to the party in the coming con- - ways disapproved. In justification of seizing all poachers in tbe sent desired information apply to J. W. COWOILL. W. O. JOHNSON. J. W. ALKXANDgR. FBITZ HKLLNKlt, Ag'l, change of front it is claim-o- ing district which it can catch, as R. B. BRBVABD. that would do the party uo good.! gressional canvass. The other of thia You hart and K. 0. & St. L. that the Republican party in it did in tbe past. Nevertheless bors talkingheard your friends may neigh- Or W. I'. MURIIELU 11. K., Ulekmao, Ky. course, inereiore, is tue only one yourabout it. You Aeent. XESfEUT NOT IS COXUKEftM. which can be followed with either 1888 meant the indorsement of the it is about time that matter was self t eons of tbe many who know from perX. N. & M. V. Co., Kites, Tenn. honor or .security. A deficit next tariff policy laid down In tbe plat- settled formally and definitely so sonal siperienc Jutl how c od a chinj it Or J. - PIIELAN, Agent, Tborcare still a good mnny Re- year, just as the lines Ire being form ofcabe national convention. that each party would under- is. If you hare ei er triid It, you are one N. N. & M. V. Co., Paduoah Junction. ItmUuQcb friends, because the nonder Costliest Picture in the World. A'gt. publicans, especially in the rural drawir for the presidential canstand tbo situation. Tbe question of tbioc about it is, that "hen ooee fie. Or W. H. I'ROUTY. Oen'1 Pass. ful LonlsTiile, Ky. 2H4IT A CANDIDATE. districts, who don't understand vass, would be a decidedly inconhas been in negotiation between en a trial, Dr. King's Nsw Dlieorery ersr what sort of a thing: the Republi- venient thing for the republicans, now. Jon:? Yonno Bcows and the United States and England after hoi U a place In the hatiw. If you TAKB 'JMirj can party in tbe South la or the and one which eould "boo bo ox owl It Hon. Win. Lindsay spoke iu Hick- for a long time, and It Is to be with a cough, cold and Ibouia ix amiotsa methods which prevail in its man- plained to the satisfaction of tbe or any Throat, Lung ILILNOIS satisan agement. To the minds of those people. To prevent this deficit man couuty yesterday, the for- hoped thatboth arrangement arriv- or Chest trouble, sesure bottle at once sides will bo mer at Oolumbuo and tho latter at factory to and gilt it a fair trial. It Is guaranteed honest gentlemen the plan of fed- the republicans in congxess must CENTRAL Clinton. Each Is said to have iiad ed at before the fishing season eery time, or money rsfundsd. Trial eral' supervision of congress elec- reduce tho dimensions ff tbe Bottles Free at 0. A. ifolcombe'a DrugBrown ends. rousing audience. Mr. tions may commend itself. It is iRhid far l.nt utill a store. JtUILROAD ! simple and convenient to attribute unacted on, ntid tho Coresident reaffirmed his announcement as a candidate for governor, and Mr. II. J. Tayloh. a the demoralization and decay of; must use his veto vigorously and Lindsay clearly flaid he was not Charles Tho Popular and Preferred Eouto. negro lawyer, of Atlanta, Southern Republicanism to other. intelligently oh every measure cuupos, and to ascribe now before him, or which will and would not be in tbe contest. was .Minister to ijiueriu iiunng e mllss ihort- than tho true Quicker in lias and Mayfiold Democrat. This celebrated stallion will make tbe the Cleveland Administration, er than any other through car to irnuus at me pons wnat is real- - come before him in this session, M. D. proposes to take the colored ssason of 1890 at the stable ofFulton (Mat) line between ly the result of the profound dis providing RaaaaaRRisaRWJaT.f vapaiagPaaV'ss IE 7 for a TUB HOUR OP POVERTY. Carae Station. voters oi tue united oihicb over Jnhnaan. nearJ20,o ,nillr, ro,t conn HICKMAN, KY u. iKifligiH gnst of Southern Republicans with which enn !n dpnlmi disbursement . ..ar,n,.nri ", t Cblcasa Inltr Octtn. to tue uemocruuo party in a tiotiy. w'htD ,ne mare profet l0 be In foal, cbang the domination of white scalawags to next year without iniury to the NEWMLEANS, LA, All the cities of the land show Tuylor has perfected a plan for e owners or is mored from the neighbor- ignorant negroes. There Is. public service. BnM gvaaaaaaaaa!gfaaaaaliBl' &flaaal Tkff .gagaBgBgegagagagagaH I when an anxiety to be fairly represented a convention, to uo neiti in At hood; or $16 by the season, paid mares HCtio in tno character and pro Is rendered, Sjiltndid Equipment! failure lor Inuta next month, to be composed nrloe cesses of tho 8outheru Republican TnB l Is out iu bv the census euumeiutors. They a month. Care will Mogtufittnt CoatXti I remarkable growth, but If of one colored delegnto from each from a distance at $2 officeholders tosatlsfyrespectablo double-leadeto prevent accidents, but will not tollman Jlufftt Sttrptnl editorials sounding show a expense of the rural State in tho Union. Tho purpose be taken Call it is at tbe Republicans. All that the cheap tho uoto of danger Traint Altcayt on Tint I be rssponslble should any ooour. aa to the elec population it is lamentable. When of the convention, ns announced and see this horse before breeding elseRepublican politicians of tho South THftOUGH waut besides the federal patronage tion of Woodford Longmoor, the tho boys on the old farms shall by Taylor, Is to decide npon tho where. nrocrlpllnn nail tedls;reet is to keopthe party small, aud so Democratlo nominee for Clerk of nil be seized with tbe desire to best plan of preparing figures of PULLMAN S BUFFET k SLEEPERS the country that they havo never COLUMBIA HAL was foalsd la 18S2 retain their bold on it. In more the Court of Appeals. Longmoor crowd into tbo great cities, fast of buisnoss received any favors from tho Re by Tom Hal, sire of Drown harness ; Utile tbo hurly-burlthan ono Southern state tho Re is an old clerk, mid well qualified, stallion record In 'taVK. to tho qulotudo of tho farm, that publican party and nover will re- sst publican party consists of a body 2:111, 212), fastest Irown Jug, 2:11, of officeholders. The decant white and tho only cliargo agaiust bim hour brines tbo nation.s poverty. ceive any. In nn iutervlow with three beati In harness; ifal Pointer, 2:13, From all poiuls, tbence via Ike SHORT vaa ptjrehaaed al ThlsmatrjteeB bj the great Frerch painter, Jean rraneols WMt, Republicans have no use for It. Is that tho Democrats nominated National prosperity drivos its roots the Now York Sun correspondent with less than two seaaons' training. eoetlon la 1'arta lut summer by th Amerloiin An. Association of New York. TnaoiHt, LINK, Illinois Central R. It., to Reckless, data by Oen. ntoooaoddutlaLamouDtlnirlnall to about 1190,(100, was nearlypaia a sqnara pleura. tne Tho negroes, now that tho novelty him because ho is a crippled deon aud suro in its fertile acres. Mr. Taylor said that he has visited Firstor Sip, 2.21. Harding's old by Drown New Orleans, La., and for a ploture t onlr Sieond data inches In site. This in thn hlghesl prtto ever No amount of manufacture will a number of States, North and sire one of the fastest pacing stallions Jacksonville, Fta, of voting has worn off, have no Confederate Boldier. Bo thia as AIUau.lM Photo i:tclilnr, as reircenteJ abova. tlio full site of tDaprlaiaal, In .which to Pilot, lha gratiwt oara ami antttlo ability bate beau rmployoA to reproduce) all tbe twenties el aua mako up for any decay in agricul- South, iu the Interest of his plan of his day great interest in tbe fortunes of a it may, it Is at least balnUng. b iH:n preparcU apvclally to be sent as a free premium to every aaaaai DON'T M1STAKK THE noUTE TO certain that ture. Statesmen and educators and every where finds most of the Columbia Hal I beautiful roan, 15 fow politicians. Besides, they of aeilMi of tho weeUy educated and intelligent negroes hands high, and Is to the critical observer FI.OltlUA have found out that they aro ex tho Republicans want to defeat should seo to It that ns far as the Ideal of a racs horse. Hotter paring tbo farms should bo pro- in full sympathy with tho pocted to furnish tho votes while t him bocauso ho was a crippled BiulTJJ.VAM POI2VTM. courssd In the veins of a They bogiti to realize, ho blood neveri tected, and tho place of agricultho wbito politicians enjoy the of- - Confederate I a model in form, etyllih In He A oopy of this etching on Una plate paper, 3U3Slnohee Id else, will be Mat frees, Tickets read over ture iu estimating tho nation's Bays, that they can nover hope to bone. moves smoothly In liarnsss or un- Bee that your Central Railroad. the IlliHoes;postage prepaid, to every annual subscriber afUr November 1, W9, action, nois Mb. J, II. Tinhlkv is tho Re groatuesB should bo constantly bo moro than more voting ma- der saddls, mild In temperament, and can ASK A0ENT8 FOB IT. Tho fanners' boys chines while tbey remain in tho be ridden or driven by a lady with safety. A Tjjcbifio tornado visited publican candidate for Clerk of sot forth. Dakota- - and Minnesota at Court of Appeals, liaviug been flhould bo oducatod to boliovo in Republican party, and that their Without tralulnu he can show 2:40 gait North Trt Weekly Republic, with Premium Picture, SI Year.-For further Information, apply to Mr. Gears, Ibe celebrated sayr Sampla copy aad pnralam sheet sent free address. Oiiial eomtalsalon allovee an eariy uour .ijomiay morning,- endorsed by tho State CotnHteo. tho faot thnt, instead of being iu real friend aro tho Democrats, on the road. who broke him to harness, GEO. B. WYLLIE, waavaiwrs aw otaer autaorued afeata, Addteka tho rear of tho groat procusidon, Taylor thinks fully 1,000,000 negro says be Is " ' td Tom's but colts. ttoinp immeuse uamitgo aiu no-- ; ue lives in uarnourvillo aim is Passenger Agent, atroying several lives. The tow' man of but little promlnenco in the whole guild is roally, by virtue voters will vote tbo Democratic A. J. KNAPTi Ais'l Oan. Pssieagsr Agent, of Fargo, N. Dak.r was the worst! IiIb party. John J), White will of its Importance, In the very ticket at the next national " v ., T,LOTJI,MO, Kesackis, luotrun,. uti--tf jHMfererv front rank.- Never boforo in tho history of by tills country bus any iioliticnl pur- Ex'l'rcsiacut Oloveliiul '. long odilft tho first choice of 7 out ty boon bold enough, or thought In t'liimfltiillniial t'nn "r ttelejcnte veniiun of every 10 DoniocrnUltakiK l" It would bo tolerated, to tnke tho We ere Authorised io announce Jiclfo It. wholo couutry over, No!tli(Sul,i control of tho election of Con candidte to lepreasnt East and West, becuuie ma It. Waller grC88iuoii into its own politlcnl o Hickman and Fulton countless ns Preside"' muko pnrty clutches, In (h Convention called to amend ministration and revise (be Statu Constitution up tho greut isBtiosj ufO" which In tlio history of the past, party Election in August. Subject to the "81 fights and elections havo been ox tho Presidential race W kcllou of the Democratic Jr. bo mude; nud became his four Mn sometimes bitter; aud, We arc authorised Io announce JOHN M. IIKI'MMAI. of Cntiiiiihn I. rnJI. years' service ia without BtaIn probably, always has thcro been for the eouutlei of of reproach in uuy particitar, Iltlt mnrn nr lr data for Mc-gat, w. ...w.w V. .VV nF p.nrriinllnli. nr., nt .", .? ".': .,""onR..,:.,l-h:,.T.- ? llliero are two classcscf Demo least, it has always bceu so charg. ;icrats who opposo Mr. Cleveland. Lj, but never boforo has a polltl fok cowry juoul. Tho first, those who cdnt'd that cal party assumed to mako a law . , ins many we nra auiboriMd io announce Mrvetoes of SuluKra' i en that would plaoo all tho ballot Hammond m a caudijate ior judge or sion soldier VllIOAY, tilt JULY 11. 1800. that It is rumored.". Sea negotiations settled so far as tliis Congress is concernod. Tub silver question seems to Itov. Sam Jones was in Wash itipton City lust weok, and in tho course of an lutorviow with n Post What to i IfcaMtaMifcsR-t- Bif? fTfTWMII ft .Ukwk HO: Dealers in PSJ,eTaW lel-cgat- ." .,,.,-mv,.i,- v ''"myr.UIK J )11?3HbW9H iAsMgfjPVJ7s13iji w.., o -- a - FUENITURE. rURWlTURE. m STEPHENS & TYLER, Af-fE- . Farate and UBdertafeer's Goods, , MUIl-HEL- g Dem-ocrat- Ilo,i cll J'i do-6t- otDce-seekiu- g office-gettin- EAST HZOIvMAlN" - !BAKERY! - MAN'F'G COMPANY, 9 i I . pAIt-TC- S 7A ' . Livery and Food 15 X. FINE BUGGY SPOKES AND COKN Iir-Wlll B IIOAT. HERTWEGK, BALTZER --- T Rrpt-k-llra- n ri '"' a jik; J'rJ.H'.Jl!i & j GO., 'm ".u t pioDM-.r-t- flrat-claa- s gup k . a l, fflCKMAN WAGON, THE OLD RELIABLE. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, DYE-STUFF- Globe-Democr- . n .! d ! n, y HICKMAN BANK, HIOKMAJST, KY. 0etit5tl. DIRECTORS: I - first-elas- s np-o- n y. . d I- THE A3STQBLTJS. va.ti who'QQLUMBIA HAL! - vaBlvVSaMk a sixty-on- itn T p,b. mM - 4 Courier-Journa- pro-ferin- g Ilal.U.-l'J)- , y TO- Memphis, Tenn., WOO slug-I- !." pos-siabl- o move-meu- .lIFOIl.I.l, t. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. - - borse-tralne- r, oloc-tioit- v - M.B.PEERY. !. THE REPUBLIC, -- 4 . ., J aRMslV: ,wf.uEtiW?wj-(.',- ,&msa'ii'. .my vikjamas.tr : taVvar yj 1 1Mb ti'Wgytttstak, .-- aa.sigfjRaR.R.R.R.R. jgtg 1 t '".. aa.asss4aWa ,..;mmmM4mmmmMmmi$?m? mmTmmm aTafae ' ' ,m' ' gvasssssssssV.-'gvaslH& aRRRRRRR.-aL-i- - --ffyfltouff-jLmmTllmiMm- .t.rM-'- r msm HwtfiiMWiwf?Sl iita&rv-.- . T ; r .V,vCr,:.. V ?f if. ?- - Wi5P 1, lRi--- ; a-'- .r-- r 7. " .. . Ti 2 $HY ,jr V rr ijsrsuK.isroKt A most touchlnpr and beautirai sUmo throe years aco Mr. J. It. Grows. Mr. Samuels, tlio ntirsorymth, Grnlinm, of Clinton, ICy., accord trlliuto pnlil farmers' wives by n race lor Ifl'Uifl , lit wlliiiirawn irutu Ihe (0 u ciiriOlll nowspitper sinry, i.nrry uniiw, oi .Aiumis, ui Tho second series of Ibb Hick aj aVaKallUfta. La An election wilt bo belt) In the fJlljr to Ilia I'.naiitu in umvaiiiioii. ,." 'VtiibvCll Willi TtIB THinlly to uiiiKimin speech liemro mo lieiiiicuom ni man Hoililliig aiill L'duh Assoclu Hall, In niokman, Ky , on MonJajr, Ibe popular 'enil.iueii, wortlif .f it eleer II. 110 ,11,1I not dwell In lliiur.s. Mr. Gautt's speech was preferment but really few lu :l,l, , CO Hllty, ha will comitlcnco tho 21st of fllb dir uf Auru.t, 18'.K, for tbo purpoae I lCllllHUR RllllftlllOtOIIM llCCaUSO Of famous for many good tilings, but tlon ...linn I.., I l...r.lnf Ma MljflLI.il. !....l.....! ui! uvuiuiii-- - thoro was nothing In it troer, or August. TersouB desiring nbarcs of electln a City Jmti, for ta term of !!... ,.,., four yearv nj a City MnriHai.'for a term The records of tlio count., pf 'nn inoniiiiuiu uimu (i i,,,,. ,ii.,iii, moro Just, than that said of our no in this scries should apply at onco of two r.aral at wklah aleellnn all lairallv Urn, rein red J" '". Obion were, on .'Monday ........ lioeaiiRe of Its rcputu bio country women. It Is noli that iuallAeil cltUeni of Itlektnali in entitled , ... t... . u..i. fi.. i.. ....,u. a., for tho to tho Secretary, ut his offlco in to Tui. ,iierof theeoiinlr court. Hi moilnm for linn 111 that wn.T. Ills llatiulltcr, they can be, and aro appreciated tbo Hickman Coubieu bu.ldlng. Klacilon lobe bell hflweeli, the lioilra bt bt Lizzie. besltloB, during his resi now and then, for it is my Arm li.ltincllonn tiRting Ixrui orr-rul- J (if G o'clock, a. m., aM l o'clbck, p. in. Dldriel UbiDCllor. inii iniormniign n dence lu tlio Btnto, was in con belief that many u good, hard For further information call at tho 11 orJer of Ibe Council., It It retiibU, tin mil apprehension of liclnc scntn- - wo rid nc, uiiKolflsli from fonrM, but woman dies eauio place. W. L. McCuiciitk, CI I y Cleric. TMi nfltln His counl tetl liue. ltKl'HEBBNTH OVKR ml bv Ind ans. for wh oh sho iiadn umiDPrcciated by tlio very ones 1. It aids each member In securYour business won't moro Aiiecinl dread. Mother audi for whom fho BiicriAces her com ing ft homo tho farmer and citl JOHNSON BROS & GO. and life. My heart iroos out $SeO,000,0(O.OOj&suT3,Bcs Gapit&l. alonr to vna Itjnu keep pnahlnf It '"IdatiRhtcr by tliclr dissatisfaction ilb II hj .rlHIUf ' J prevailed on Mr. Qraliam to i in Hyuipalhy for fumicr' wives rcu of the country oh woll aa tho villi a lure nd Rrufin ft inniiiimr 1,1 .,1.1 . ..,,. I,. ,r.,.,n,u. I bimm Ilium urn ono who lives in town. IHIIHV ll JI.VII ,ii OAYOE, KKNTUCKT. imi v.iu.wt.J uuiilinikiri triT AH buttntt carefully allvnJtil lo, clretiUtiaii, like tliln iupcr fur lnUho. rUblllll " ,l " furmcrs who aro 2. It aids tlio'businesn mau who Ckingc) jour Jtertlimnl. and lute tuckr. This whh about a year fiomo well-to-dpromptly paid and ! not lil ok lo wlmt ( ell'l "luck," aiil ju airo. Six niontliR niro tlio town of.consldcrato of their wives and needs all his capital in his busiunic Id U.iiI DullJliiK, vill ilwoji b what la. ctt.l "luokj ' HICKMAN, KY. J2I-IGliuton was ntruck by a cyclone, daughters, this class do not need ness, lo secure a business house. Now Goods! HowFirm! New Frices! At it rBular mcMlnc of JHuk. tlio Graham house wiih completely sympathy, but thoro aro other nan IJX, No 0.1. K. of P., I,M on W,J. dnmoliAhed. uiid Mrs. Grahum mot men who nro hard and exacting lu 'and to utilize his rents in paying Jtullroud Time Table. ntwlajr ttnlii(t Jul; -- nJ, the folloiln( her death in tho very way she had I their nature, and are never satis for same. B, E. A 0. W. Jobnion, of Cayee, Ky., olllcr wrrc InMalltJ tor lha term tojlif left Kansas to avoid, and tlio still lied if the "women folks" aro not N. 0. & Ut. li. K. K. How many people pay out rent take pleiMire la Informing tbelr "old 1690: ARIIIVrHi .kite. r. Trln Xu. SI, I'M r Dto.SI.t.KfTinf .r, P. C. stranger part was that a flying continually "stirring;" work, work, onough to buy or build a house, if friend and cuttoujert" that bating gold (I. II. Train No. it, I tot an Interett In llnlr ilare, tbey will note Trtln Nil M, t P k. timber struck the daughter and work, from "early dawn to long thoy only mndo G. T. Tt.U 5ta. SI, IIKM r. KJ. use of the Build- be able lu devote more time lo tbe buying W II. (Ullter. V. C with savored hor scalp. Tho (laughter lifter dowy ove;" women and girls Tle rntcl Mtkit elo.a of anything our cltlieoa have to pell. 'The doing norili, aud I lie" U. k N at MeKeiitl J.Clint. Klll.on, 1'raUte. recovered, but Is d sliirured. Mr. who have aspirations and uinbi ing and Loan Association! new firm June-llo- n Johnson iiroi & with lk Jf N. & M. V. at T U Tliomat, Jt. A. Through it, any man who pays hae tlittrofattention, and you Co. will tllll Graham himself had a leg broken .tiou for higher life, and yet it is will tilwayi n I. O. going norlh end the Nrbrn J 8. ami IDs oldest son is still prostrate only drudgery thut Is tliolr iror rout, in town or country, may, find better aitortmeni of pood t bone t XoId xoiith. Jarrr Malonr.U.U. tion. I do trout Lairy Gautt's with about the same amount paid goodt tbao e uiually found In ktores in from the same injury. ljran, ibe couniry. beautiful ti Unite may sink deep ADVEUTialNQ 5ATSS. &c, Lime, Cement, Halt, liny, hand, We dealro that when you ealt yoa wo keep constantly on into every farmer's heart, and it monthly, own and livo in, or on, will reislee to nay!clcd::t I'urlintii'N i.xiirNlen. ami the Sosrrst price; own property. nl a thrill of leudprness his nisy o'i find Die LOWEJT I'll ICES that can be . . ... i M Oh.K4 nlun jar ,.. ..... 8MITII, KM.lHON & CO. 2'iJ, I will run lha cheap to 1)11 those hearts for tho willing TuMjajr, July tin(,tlbfiUMiittHf yr. 31M 4:lMf Hot .take, for illustration, the afforded. Tbe new firm will treat tou aa . -XUVO ,..., E " 7 r....i 1.1.1.. ... ..:.. - .h workers of their (mail mio pays ten Hollars or moro wall ai tbe old, end lake all your Africa," tUfl. jmivj l.i rcnrion in-- bDiianof n, "--i inn., ever and II Mir Tr.lal 1 lgal -- household. r. ..- at utgheil market price. f !?wn. it. m.i. "T . w'.n'.if - nrih-a!- c - ticket tltllfloi from Hickman, Kt., lo -, What more fitting l.T . uiiiitiMiui.riuii. a month for rent. Such a person Tbe old "Hand by," Ilerichat and Ar rur .UMial pt.llloii, ar for tjrrrtlr " "' plnco for this trlbnto than Wo may pay he fount on tbur o.... ilia (rfatmt lotirni in i TV" .""" ri.i...:..i 1" ..j cuini .... . .i .l.. -- Bw v horo orory or J.r ..d snino amount each glad Jobnion, will beold friends. band and man's Kingdom. T.,; .law --Va'.' l ' to meet all tbelr .'lu -ou " I iblnj priinlnK to comfort ft apt M17 woman uiav read and apprcclato mouth forleigbt or ton years and uHiaana.. r.uiioo.. itik.i.. tf l'leane call early and often, lleipectfully, at the eudpf the time own noth-r. JOHNSON B110S & CO. 1... . ysr. foiiowingis .ho tributo to ing moro than at first, and tho 7; ltn VVil ;JH;1:J. th !uKt the farmer's wife: i,1' ctpMWttMJbsBii.biiiDrwMreti.. !? c.h.ui.. t9V J a'paiiium. Itut I will not wast o all of my property used haa gone down by TWO FARMS FOR SALE I UVIIi .wiiu a. HJ WM'". MH. f. .... ,..,.,, ..MM sympathy on tho farmer. Thoro uso and neglect. ( If ruMiibara. Mr II, w Jljnum, or i ajta, But if tlio same amount had ON IIKAD OF WOLF ISLAND, HICKIf aanl Catalap., is one class moro deserving It the only authoriteil areot lu ruuon K i a SHI -a"r", II "aa a.alnui.aiaat., aiunl, who la nox caiiia.nnx, aD J, litre-- seo DON'T FORGET to go than you, my ai- been paid mouthlr, for eight or 10 MAN COUNTY, KY. IIuok IJuos' beautiful If)a) ..l Ull.f ll..l, forr, dtlajr purclntlng oulll li wei )u. re for to tho far years, Into the Building and Loan 11 ...I N.I. IIJ, jtiBt received. a:28 i aat n.ia.a irii. ir 1 wiio. llioro Is not a bur association, nt the end of tho timo Three miles below CVilumbiu and Ilelmonl Tho following aro tho officers of utches, ! VI. Illar I'.iJ.. If ra den that you bear bat tho little tlio riarty wonld own tho homo (lerminu of Irou Mountain llailroaj.) tlrrt of Kcnturkj LoJf a, No. 340, K'kII If joa a.al Mall larluilaa.. A CM11D. One imall farm, 100 acrei all cleared, of Honor, for lit larm endluij Xce. Ulti, nl M'p.ft T(rt. woman, who is tho light of your free from debt and Us value would II vm t!HD4(iiriUt'. and fine pecan orchard. home, shares it with you. Your havo increased upon it by ita ocla l..t. (f VAU Itlt J3B MtKTIXI) f anjr 4.. IMilvf tlttkuKOn Vvurltr. Aim, ono tpleadidly Improved farm Wr.ro, I'ait Dtelalor. rll(04, afaail IMMl ff(,f r at.Mr, oa Jai0.C.Hamj;. blcl'tor. trials and cares pierce hor teuder cupant, because it was Lis own containing 37 j acret, 173 acrea cleared, II. A Utile ruort than four yurt t ka j)ir woUilBa Iy till Inj at af o I came and sympathetic heart as a dagger. home. one young walnut groee, new story C. C hiulib, Vice I'ictator. to llil, place, a alrangtr, lo orDUc tit Tho Building and Loan associa- double log boute, well fiuiihed iniidr, ic, Tom Dillon, Jr, Aitiitaut Dlelattr. Iliekniaa Hank. Many tbouflit It would Sua bears equally with you your Tom Pillon, Sr , Ufpoitor. not pay, but tlituur,li the a.tltlanca of evory load; but, I say with pain tion not only gives tho borrower, and sew eoirugatcd iron barn, 12 boi If C lleekrtiau, Klnai.clat Ilrpoilir. Irlrnil. iba money wan aubaerlbeJ and the and regret, that she is, alas I too who othcrwiso could never liavn tallt, and tliedi for tattle: CO nsrei above A M. Dellow, Traaturcr. Hank tlarlc-l- , aoil I am tal to oay it bat borrowed so largo a sum of mon- overflow; good wheat land, and altogether bren aueceMful. It bat not lott a dollar often deprived of n sharo of your ey, tho privilege of paying it In a ipleodid alock larm. tJ. .Mejrr, (lulile. Ditl yo horny-handeAlto, 160 acrea heavily timbered landi yet, and lit net profile, annually, hate pleasure. Ilturjr CVjaglll, Cbtplalo. Soda Water at Sauvnn.t Go's eoltonwood, tyeamore, Ac. own aoout ou per cent. MuTlnr. aoia my lords of creation ever consider small monthly installments, but it I'fler tlftirge, (JuarUlan. Termi Tbe ISO acre timbered landi Tho census gives Full on a! Win. Hcbubacli, b.ollotl. alock, an I ttirrtl mr conorclion with that while you uro working in tho also gives him tho benefit of nll j cash only. John W Uoarcill, John V. Morrll .ndlthlt lUok, Idr.lre to thank He patront field, your wife Wft8 population of 810, ; tta Aru. at the lionso that his paymoutH earn at com- will bo told for"nd n one andThe farma, two veart cah, for Ihelr reneroua aupporl and their eon Miss Ida O'Dauicl. of Ituther-- i Olio IltriuecV, Truilfra. hatd ,tt yourself; pound intercut for ono half lltu For further Information addreiu, fldenee. Tbo elllien. of the communily l0".1"?, J."81,?,8 li UI(in( Dr. I). P 0 Daultl for.! butonoltime bJ tno owning of it again JAS. H. McCONKELL, 'ol had Sodu Wuterat Swayuo& Ooi'b. I oball rraiminr wnn vriiuntir. inn faiallj I Ilia attack. C.18-3Itox 'I, Columbui, Ky. pltaiurt for their kindneta and friend task before you, sllO has ft llOSt of eacD moniu, as it is pain in. Each such borrower being a number anient ill prraont elDrera duties to perform, each pressing Tho Misses Parks, diuiclitors !u:c.:itio. n tiii: iiickmix. ahlp I my enme nf belt frltndi, aoi the relation- upon her at onco and the same stockholder and sharing in tho uf The I'aika, NratMjrn.liuo., ar lil-- . -ll t HI Umii. tUnaMW amp di rtn inem ana nyitu ua, at, an iu tolatUeofu Hickman When you roturn to your full profits and earnings of tho FOR SALE, AND 8AWED TO OHDEK. Ky.JoIt A. TIi ntw An - ' Hmrl L... .!..... u.iI aaiaaauia. tI . ,imn ....1.1. ..wm Jcaat.t association, according to tho numlliem cooliontil iucccm and pron- - noonday meal, and And a welcomChnrleston Domnrrat: Mrs. clitr Una tennr City of Hickman ar Addrei, E. L,Il)-:iV- . ing sinilo and everything ready ber of shares ho pays on. Kilo Motional, of ltli.aM.aa, Kjr , hat rltrd at our vharf yettertlay evtalaf at I;rlly. Itetred fully, 6:0-l- m Hickman, Ky. t Iracn rmplajr.J H. L. ALEXANDER, leach a ulmcriplioo 7 o'clock, and aa tendered a grand era to your hand as if tho confusion Fa further information call ou aaliool at Ux fralrir. Mo. lion by viur tejaieint. oltlitot w It at bvoruof tho morning had bocu touched Gko. Wabbkn, Sec'y. UNiJI.i; ISOB'ft ing rannon, and lot Soda Water at Swayno& Co's. by a fairy's wand and order prol Tim .lwollitit- - lintlan nf " i"l or nan ny mutle, aotiaa galliertil oatinc on tbe bumlre.li wbu w'i ..,." I mllea r.ofili.r.1 of 0 llnlen, on ,llrreunJia, Heer. Tho drouth is already damag- duced from chaos do you ever "III. toUkio to Tho First Stop. lb (lUtonand to l.iml.ot roa.1, Mayor ing corn, and without ralo In tbe next consider tho vast amount of work , rUu.lii. our luliru atreyed by Gre on July ltd !... (W lo t'.-g- lll Mr Robert Farli, the Saddler and prT.ri,d Ik .i.adard of coltr. flee dtyi it will be lerlout. thnt theso pleasant surrounding Penapi you are run down, can't eat, COU baa opened a new ahop In the M tn.ur.tic. la an irtiropriate itch. eulorliioc lb rr..,. ....... ttTi.ii.. can't deep, can't think, can't do anything houae havo cost tho poor wifcf ..... with J. W. Hogeri, where Ills frlendi . al.,liiar lit II. .itl.n.ll.. n.Ut.t.M. . u.,...),,- - .w..l,D ir,,.l,IJVUII At night, when taking your to yo r satisfaction, and you wonder what .. , . 1 1, II.. I ,., i.ciiiit-rKoi- i ,v in ti rani t - inn. a. II I, 0 bo i,i,i can alwaya find him. New H OllOOlS known eater " Vou ibould heed lha warning, and cuilonien alii date f., JuJ,. af tbo County IWl fr ease, docs it occur to you to look you )ia. taking the work made to order, but n.l (banking, tb.a, In America in 189J, mid tho com " e firit atep into Nereoua ch. 2nd Ui.trict in Mia.iHit.pl oountr. r"" cvinpPiueoi .. '"" l of naiDj: ibur iirat mlttee suggests that it be held In around and see if your wife is hav- Proiiailon. Yon need a Nerte Tonlo, REPAIRING A SPECIALTY I (.i. Jin. He i... -- h j ,nJ l",x bol "r,"" Chlcttgo, as tho World's Fair will ing her season of rcstf You will ud njEleelrlo Hitters you will Snd the Ha li not only a good aud faithful workand ought te be elected ff'"" ,.0"- opened there In that year. It Gnu tho old couplet verified tu exaoliemtdy for rcatorlOK your nerroui man, but everybody know that lie ii hon-et- t, ---The candidates for Delegate to ' oy iky 19 lU normal, healthy condition. and wilt only make boncit ttatemtnti 8 now proposed that tho Sunday her case, which says: af .11 I. r.i.rring loth, the Ceastltatlenat Contention Surp'idnc mulls follow tbe ttta or thl and do hooett work. Price reasonable. 'Me arrr. frcia no toeaa. t'Oil Pun. and the hnmanlly and iflirtj ' Schools of America erect a 8100, Hick M.r.ow, great Strte Tonlo and Attentive. Your Your palronag aolicllcd. .to0rrow. "Iilcb eltae Ual woman, work 1. eater tleoa.' 6:9 uy me urn ami oree or IHKI DUIIUillg 111 COIIUCCtfOlt With man ciiunty appointment!. See IJtl of inin eiiiu-nepprite Wo men nro all too selfish aud ed, Uai return, ood dl(tetllon I reator L (ilickm.n i.w.rd the ui,rriunai. (or utt aouoty iba .t.r and Kidney resume apinloiiutuu tho World's Fair building-)- ' anil I nm no ex lieauiy action, try a bottle, l'riee 50o 'prime eu ol hi company aaatlUK He', other Fall lino of lmtid mndo Lcnth beautiful new ..e.ro.r, ibe City el lllck !flt C,l,CaK0'. i ,w,l,ch t,.,.or! muy bo t n i t f rt Ia lltn V7a fmn iriti a a at U.V, Holeonibt'a Drug Store. .1 such nil exhibit as will Itlurtlrato tb,'a or UOOtlS nt hllStuni prices, or CX. man. Judge Handle, alway htppy and Wo will pay tho highest price bccwnH0 wo oro tho l)ra,,. magnetic, followed, adding to lie Infinite tho Sunday School, with exercises willllf,rH nr chutiged for live mock, at for Country Produce. Also, yoa ..-. tUCIllllilM n.o Wn.ni. ..ayy.V a.w...HH good humor by pleneanl comjillmrnti and las lug an hour or more each day, Statement of Ike M. B. Shaw'm. can always fiutl a fresh supply of work j8 mero chna'apluy. witty repartee A beaullfnl Ooral anchor, and exteudlug through CO i or 00 Kevor was there a graver error. Butter, Lggs, Chickens, &c, and K. Davidson has been nude by the ladle of Hickman, wtt Dr. S. days. a general line ot Family Groco lo Capl. Ktltb by a beey of young detained In Trnnrttee beeaute ef hit There in not n farmer beneath tho wlfe'a lltaeta, and lliartf- - unable lo re girli repretrntlDg each of Ibe Anchor rios, at our store in East Hickman. So far as tho roturns have bcon sound of my voice but who, if he (urn heme aerding to appolnltaent l.ln ateantar, wlih lb City oi lliikman HELM BROS. wero made to oxchnugo places lb acknowledged Ideal of braulj and ctillntcd, tho coiisus exhibits Mr, betidioa la now improilng. se27tf peritenon. After the ciremoniei tbe offl. I gain of 3 (hm) 000 in tho population with his wife, would be beciruis Tho colored pcoplo aro to cert of the boat enttrtalnM a larir Hum of twonty-elgh- t her to rue back iu less than twou largo cities. HICKMAN, Kr., July 7, 1890. barbrcua at Hickman, HaturJajr.T i. sf eillztn will, an Ieeant Itiach A go leads Mow York, with Ohica hours. , an in j At night, when yoa are Julr S!lh. Eteurtlout. bae ball game Urge eicurtion parly or rltltcnt aecom locked Ac .UleiOUJlC;i2r-- i County candldatot !nrite-- I (miled the alran.tr on It downward trip. oreaso of nearly OOO.tKX), or moro Thn indfr..ifnf.-- tinvft.tr nnAKtia.t lK epeak. Prominent colored rpeekrr, Ac $75,513. 32 than 100 per cent, over 18S0. Now in tho arms of Morpheus, and your Loam and Discount, grocer lock of F. K- - C8e. will conllnue weary frame's drinking in tho rest Bond, 8.000.00 hlialtiAaia will sustain our rrputa York's train is l'0.92. and Brook Wk Kld.T. It. Waggoner, formerly u viu alatllfl nnd IHUUUIil tiiivna al lha lA a"MU MftM naannta. IU that nature demands, tho wlfo at B.nHag Heart and Fliturcf, 3,229 65 ell as good goods, and at na low prices m piattor ot tbe Hickman Itaptltt Church, linn, already established, as being lyn's, closo after, 301,008. Phila- - your sido is 6,749 64 trying to quiet a fret- Cash and Kichangr, any. Will appreciate your trade. dclphta increases 193,270, and bo who liaa Wn allertdleg Ihc thtroiozUal Honilnnurterri for Gouts Furnish uly6 D B. UIIYANT. aekool at Vlenrgelown, Kr, It now ou a lug Goods. mini tier comes expanding Haiti-mor- ful child lest it disturb "poor, (03,621.51 vltll to Hickman. Malhfnktof going lo with a ten years' growth of urea pnpn." too dear, unselfish BALTZRR & SliAW. IMS Montana for permatiout work. 1 r.a'-ro- 177,657 and a total population of ertrUnret Sim never think? of her A lIAIICIftllH. $25,000.00 The next mooting of tho Hick-roa- n nearly half a million. Slowgolng own weary frame and aching brow. Capital itock raid in, Tho Acmo is the best Harrow in By tho dawn of day that poor Surplut Fund, 3,217 80 llull.llng aud li.n A.torUllon wi'l Boston and conservative Ginclti D. 0., Jul i I 182.70 use, aud ut prioea uh low as cau ,1rJ Tliuraday el tblt nionlh, oeeur on (he n adui.u mn, wlfo is on her feet, preparing the Undivided I'roBta, with 50' 47.0fW.4? lin l)"a-l- If) f,t.MiAaan b. (int.). imrt mutt w.ilpaid by a o'clock of am roqiifsletl bv tho Secretary of "' " f,?"'0" n best repast larder will afford. You Otposlti, WW W W J 4tvW Due 4.426.49 PIroxInmt-k- . accrue. llial day or flora Member.' 1 to i.o.ni.mtc a return to you work iu tho field. Hill other lUoki, IIP5LM BROS. Ag'ts, . no,. ,f tb,. ndieoouiiled, 18,028.10 would do wall to ut (lrt ,,llw, d while tho wire resumes the old sc27tf Hiokmau, Ky. St. Louis, JR Gr.NTs' If you want n Hult,' academy at West Point to fill the tread-mil- l thnt is fia,62i.6i burg, Cleveland, Milwaukee, broken by existence,pleasure. rarely Uo-uequal iu in n to tlio l'l.NKHT vtcaucy that win occur lu .iuiiq St. n.pectlally, a ray of --A.. .A.. Paul. The Minneapolis Wei Ct JOHNSON, Caahler. Micucnx.NT Tailoii u oitic, buy 1801. 1 will causo to bo convened figures Yoa men cnu go to town, nnd aro not worth cousidera PHYSiCAN AND SURb'EON Htrouso &. Bros' High Art Cloth In l'aducnh on tho 28th tiny of tiou nt present. thero meet and minglo with friends Tho frauds lug. BALTZUit & Shaw. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY uriibi, jcviti, a utiarti nt t'i;iiinii-.crs- , perpetrated were as gross ns thoro and (Uncurb the news of tho day. they How his Professional Service! to before wliom may appear fur woro easily times tho Tho Couun:u published a syn OFFUHS detected. Lincoln, does many poor during cross year of Hickman and vicinity wife the the opal of lb Uadlnjt fealurrt of the ntw examiualiou every young uiuu lu Nob., scores porhaps tho most anlO-'eroad law to bt eolrd on In August. Tbe tho district who may tleslru to do marvolotir. threshold of her homo, except advance, Jumping from to 2 remaining portion eontltl ehlrll of so, who has prior to that (Into in attend dlvluo worship on Sunformt 0 bonJi, As. "W J 8." ean get a formed mo In writing of his desire 13,003 in 1880 to 53,002 day! Aud oven thou yoa expoot copy el (he law by calling at thia oihoe. For further information apply to tbe to enter tho acadomy. The ono Bring your Watches, Clocks, nor to iook niter or preparo a din- upderaUoed. The underalgned, commencing buslnesa who reoeivna tho highest rating Jowclry, &o., thnt ncod repairing, ner for your friends. "The Heroes of the Dark In HicLmau, only ask a share of trade, B. f. ODANIRI, Continent," li not the genulno eiplora will be appointed. I do not belfovo there is a man s, proposing to do a iKjuare, alraight Under the law to Bob Buck, opposite Mil Shaw's St'o'y lloanl Traatee. tlom and Iraeel of ltnry M. islaolcy cadets must not bo glviug at far as possible value re17 nor grocory. OHAS. UALTZEU, ot Buck Bros', and ho living who appreciates hla wife as "lu Darken Africa," ia hit book, and II. over 23 years of ago under ceived in eaeh and eveiy transaction, and C. li. HUUOAKD. and meutnlly will repair them us a first-clas- s ho should. Ho loves nnd cherishes Uyaum, ot Cayce, It the only author dealing lu no aeiiMllons A full iuppl" hor; but ho should do oven more workman should. lint agent in rulton county lor tbe gen and physically aound. of Faulty Groceries kept, and aold at aa ap-'- O FOB W. J. Stone. ulne copy. than this: Wo should resolve low prion aa any. D. B. BRYANT. never to tnko a pleastiro but the " The two room formerly occupied by julyo Mrs. Elizabeth Woodrlug, a Tub Louisvlllo Courier-Journa-l Col. Will 8. Hayh Ih right prints a table compiled from wlfo oqnally cnlovs It with ns. Stcpbeni & Tyler, Furniture Uealen, on ( rtal.laulol lllokraaa aiaojr jraar trill known and eaUemtd by tnm of our when ho says: 'Too ia in blJTle oQIcinl statistics which shows that Sho benrs hor full part of our tolls! ltbaTurmi. Apply to W. L MoOUTCHF.N, if t Tho hotter tho weather 0. 0 older eititeoa. died lo lroy on June JBlb. mand. una trials, ami it is only jnst nnd aged 78 ytart. Alao, Mr- - Waller li. Catd tho moro you use. Tho moro you while 3,000,000 Democratic voters In 11 Northern Slato eleot only right that alio should nlso reap well, a will known elilzcu of Obion coun want tho moro it cobIb, and the tO-47 Congressmen, 3,000,000 Repub- tho fruits of our prosperity. ty, died on Juno BUtb, aged 73 jreara. "pana (o name all ftrliclts, brjln") moro you pay tho loss you got." It should bo tho first duly of a X trouble to show goodi. o.v otm lican votortj lu tho 6nmo States Soda Water at Swnyiic & Go's. Com and see, at the corner of Troy Soda Water at Swnyno &Co's. oloct 120 Congro88mon. In other good allianoomau, when ho has anu .Muncow Avenue, tasi uickmro, ny Mr. Gus. Thomas, a uativo Ax exchange is wicked cnoujih words, tho Republicans roquiro lifted the mortgago from his home, Hickman boy, aon or Ihe late Tba.l. V to look to tho comfort and pleas-'Thomai, hat been elected clerk in tbe to say that a man who will spend oniy .i.uuu votes to oloct a mom ure of his wife. Boforo you add You National llituk of Port Worth, Tviaa, one two cents a day for tobacco, and l,or of Congress, whilo tho Domn banking Inttlliillotia of that deny his wife and children tlulr crntH in order to electa mombor anothor acre of laud to your pos of the Uri-eT ir .v 'v titato. lie la a worthy and comiieleol county pnpor bocauso it costs two must havo 05,000 votes. And yot sohsIohb; beforo you build a now Well, there's 1000 yards Dross young man, and hit old home people feel couts a wcok, isn't worthy to havo a coercive, unconstitutional nnd barn; boforo you purchano mi Im- Goods at 7, a prldo In lilt lueoeae and promotion. a wife and family and ought to bo revolutionary bill is being pushed plement to oxpedito your work, or er price 15, 10 and 15 conts; form25, 35 and 40 conts. -- Hero is tho model town, add outlawed by socioty. through Congress by the Republi- beforo you improve your stock, COO doz, Bnttoua nt 5 conts por Ita flnaneiat board ibould umelrlibly cans, because of a claim that tho look through your homo go into KUOJIH tllO ItUHt Buck Bros is tlio plnco to have Republican voto in the South is tho kitchen, tho wash-roobare the leeret with let fortunate com and dozen; former price 10, 15 nnd 20o. AHHOl'tlUUIll Of raunillet. Tbo Pendleton Democrat aayt; your eyes touted aud fitted to tho "suppressed." t!30 yards Elegant Laces, 3 to Throughout tho the dairy, and seo if thero is not "We doubt If there I ft town In the Hi Me beat Pobblo Ulnsses. y nugld souio utensil or invention that 10 inches wldo.iu 10 contsj former North, especially iu those Status In a betu-- condition flnanolally than Fat your mouth. There It enough roomy In the Illinoih Republicans aro said whore tho Republicnus havo lone you can buy to lessenpart poor price i.'5. 35 nnd 40 cents. Fancy DrcBB Braid Trimmings of tho treatury to pay Ihe year1 expeniet, and to bo ousiderably alnrinod ovenllol(1 8wny, a Republican Xtttmtl 10 vote wife's labor. Lift u the bonded dtbl la only Ate tlioutaud do- tho growing popularity of Gun. counts for nearly twice as much burden from her shouldora. that at 10 coutB sold at 30 and 10c. IT EC IT I Fancy Curtain Net, 10c; former llar, mid tblt I a balance tlu on all .John M. Palmer with the masses ns a Domoorntio voto in the oleo sho has so long nnd uncomplainmile of turnpike owned by Ih town. No ingly borne, uud seo thnt her re price 20 cents. A. OIVM HIM nf tint nnnnln. llnrillv u il..,. ,.,...., tlon of Heiintnm nml IfniirAannrn. lory it necriinry for thl year." Children's Hose, lOo per pair; Goods delivered to any part of the City, by but what there aro uccobsIoiis ivoH Half tho States havo boenl"m!n,"K t,ay8 nro "m(, n9 "PPy A yellow dog Is llublo to bo fiom thoir ranks to tlio party iib 25 and 30 cents. of gcrrymuudored iu tho Ropubllcua, ' !! "s comtortunio as your nnalrs cost mixed up in all aorlt of dotlltry, thereTurkey Rod Table Liana at 25c; tariff reform. So fearful do thru-- interests, and tho Union is boine will warrant. fore the following from tbo Uardwell Star rjickman garble Works, worth 10 couts. tieod raua no lurprito: "Strang! thing foul of tho outcome that thoro has gorryuiandurcd by tho creation of White Tablo Liuou.a.. Linen, nt "Tun Surplus" will cut no oinellmii happen, but 'Squire J. W, up a universal cry for,1"0110" flonntoruu boroughs iu tho been sot f7AM.iiV, AT. figure In tho coming Presidential 25c; worth 40o. of Arlington, lolli the ilraogeit vsuiuouy id en.nriroi uiwico. uiiuiu Men's White Unlaundriod Shirts lory of nll. II lay that n law day ago trout ins campaign. Tho Republicans havo seoiusioii and take the onto htaty wagon and nam wire drlf en settlotl that question. A deficit linen fronts, 40o; worth 75o. Tlio I.neleile. Bcrota ft bridge Id lllektnun county, and stump to save tho party from A largo lot of Romnnut Drees Oglosby Is n very strom? The I.aclcde Houae hai been renovftied Is what tho country faces now. tJIAla'tt IK tb bridge, at it bad dom for yean, bore Goods go at lOo; worth 25 uud 50e. them over in aafely, but ft dog, a bob tail- lliall. but llO has 110 moro bnninn.u from cellar tOKrrel, newly painted, all h An ologaut lino of Dress Goods, Italian and American Marblv ed yellow Jog, trotted behind the bind InarauowlthJohuM.Pamorthau ,M" Illicit Icii'n Arttlcw Nit l o. rPtreJt "J the whole ,,ou,e MONUMENTS, TOMB AND ORAVB 20 mott wagon, and with bll weight the rt JU0IC rnlililt Iium with .7 "PP'I'il " i , Tin a gr0y bureau, watl,.tandi, beddlni-- fttrn ture - Drulacs, kt 8alv In the world for Ciita, nl and and 25o; sold heretofore at Atlirldgi foil through. 4e. 8T0NK8. 10 cents. Sores. Ulcen, 8U ithetim. Fever 30 iiuuuu. ji servos, nowover, to logolber, tbla bou.o. In all . lu appoint Sjirea, ,. l. . iiaiult, Hoinombor theso Pn.llA ui.u nuu rtlll- - Illt-I- (, A.I.I fliiuw ,I.A ,. h... n inn Hock, fine lot u. Al...... luu uiixiuiv ui 11.. finminunt menu. .it. Loeroiuil uou'ii, .in Ilia .beat l con Coma, Teller,allChappedKnipliona, Clillblalnt, such as were nover nro Bargains, HAVINO in Italian aMarble, Ioiam pre-- p vuiiiu ,,lfl ...A uu. and Skin and poll offered before beautiful etook of Ladies aud party in Illinois, and there Is only Jidonofaoy hotel ever in llioko Mr. lively ctiifi Pile, or no pay required, It Gouts solid Gold and Silver' ono Moses in the State they look1 ?!- A"JUr'. lhe " P"P:l,t0 prorri laguarauleed lo Klve perfect aatitfacllon. bore, nnd firstf come, fir's - served1. my red to rill oil orders'. CMl and exsmint worir. , alfable, po or moony refunded, t'riro 2 miila tt--r So call early,-iyou want- choloo. OrJea from lha edttnt'ry jifotapHi " ilulnnnthA iVimJ tavieaureanucotn- - Uix. - For aile by ...1.1. lirTfltr UliriR. Sett of their tronblos, uvv-- a n ivvtlll j fort of hit gDftti. SMITH, ELLISON CO, nlled. . flu.' lltlhg not pay b" eipeeied I' to mill a fortune forlilm In a fen wteki. doe -- llio dealer who says Utlvpr- - A BINUULAK FATALITY. MJH penorrat. THK rAt.faa.K'r. WIFE. , lUriublUbaJ by Raqoeet. Wliere MonSy NeW Adverlisemrjhisi Eloction Noiifcc. Tr& flidie joi)e$ iiAS NOW ON DISPLAY AN OiftfURp'XsSEi) LINE 6p S'l ., ( .it n Spring ' id A. A. DAVIS km oes Milling MOB'fr WHO-- ' prl8 INOLUOINO ALL TlIK LAtEST AND .Ulnally ..,..., I !.. I,t frt Fashionable Novelties! V0UL BB (3LAI) Tb shbw SAME TO ALL FA VOH II EU WITH A GALL. filAf o lr, Powell & Erd Gr o o h. jeL m JS .j uxom-lusJttlo- w J,.lli(a tr . ri.... liard-presBe- I'H'J-DUC- t- ;!.:..: i:..ii....: -"-i-'-r- '"' h-i- ritt, 1 ..i.i ..i. '.". " "."::''.'". !" ."Fir :LL' ""i"i '"' MW- - Jk" ,,. General assbMnb". Family ShpplleS. Also, Salt, Limp, Cement; Corn, Hity, OntB ItiiQ Bran. Land Plaster and Feed for live sto Field Seeds. oi&Mal. nil ol whirh will lip, aold for cash. A gcuornt Hiie oFnrm Implements aud Machinery, all fitiht clash; i. iiuerai (tivuie)Ui our uinuiiuiiio iu tie ivt-- cnmi piiruuHPuiB. wlie" Ag6iits for'ar.iinrabor of f.rslelnn Fitcturiua, itiul will unier. wautedi n4iujj;Jjiery wo have not lu slouk. and. Live Stock. Si. P S. BKSTaSaSB, li OLD ri Looltat illlSI rtr.. c!.. l""Va"'Vr a- HBLIA3I.Br' uudf .tockljiJJSlfi .,.. Keein a Sfleudld Stock of the very beat fniic? of all kludt of HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &c,7 which are offered t ONE ritlCE, and (bit Iu3f very lowest t.e market jujIIbii; All gode guaranteed It-- a 1 Oourior Job Oflicc. LOCAL NEWS. lR.oofi23.g- sb - JSooisilty- lo" be at r'epretenfed f - i d Hand-Had- e cne-lhl- rd rn, i NOW BEISQ SOLD AT Leate ids - i ..-- Cypress Lumber iib - Exchaaged: for Live Stock. or -- nruik. New Repair Shop ' ... j "'' ..,...-.-.,.,-,....-- .,.. V'e''. '"Wr n......i.... M. B. SHAW. THE i- - " ' UTT reat l't. ' d ,' -- d 1 cou.vfitY ritoDUCi:. ' Ofei Is tliorouglily equipped, and prepared id execute Job "Work with iicatiics and despatch; td Hickman Bank. tr I ty-fo- Fresh Groceries. i ,ei-ielt- I at o a: - Bill Heads, ACME HARROW, Jjottor Heads, - wr Ii,,.i,,. !. tuSmtitoTyWj" ' i i t ""'IVrntn l TTourlc .4 .?- ilWIiJ' p DR. C FJlRIS Statements; Envelopes, Ball Tickeis, ' . - 1 to-da- Por Sale IiE.TI $3,000 of Hickman College Bonds No Sensation. Business S. K. DAVIDSON, mr&f&l!mK vii'M) jCalTltv Gnrcli?; bu.l-nes- sale and livery stable J Fatus KEErS & av Parker,' ,- - r. w7"dies:celbiunk. 3 Family Grooeries. Forget KENTUCKY STItBE'T constantly on tfand' for ' - hlrl JSd m: tuiuce over (.owjia'a Drur Blore.l 3BMT IW3I3, WHAT'S Illcknuiu, Bargain Counter. Don't It ! AttorneySt., at - Law, Laclede Office, Cliotan t JSentucky. B. T. DAVIS, Block, HORSES, BtJOQIEB ani HACKB,.., Ilailnff purchased,. tbe stable,, hoyia and entire uul&t of '.V. 12. Pluc&e; ne p'opose to continue the bnifuesi, aiji oliott patronage- ,c. Anil get it HICKMAN, KY. Will allend promptly (o all buslnesa to nil can. tachH-D- Itepalrmi hm Wiitias TlllALI J. F. GRAY'S, (Corner c your lllacksuiitliiug aiid general done at ,, ,,M ObUn and EzcKanjt EIOKMAN, MISS R, AOELLE to Strtili,) KY 5arnor Hickman, BOOKS mationery of : J. : O. ALLEN, Sllitvn. Oood Work niUttO. atBocV-botton- t Prices. My r GROCERIES ICE: MA lo Books and Stationery JKbntuoky. If STOCK, NOT KEPT requtnt. Ia3rr.ll 1 1.1. utar2C-(f . WORK a . a apeci'alty.TSiw? JOHN F. UI.A'Y. I eiiry variety and stylo. Stag.. Alto, atentfur the leading newsUnited Stale. papers of Ihe ittATFIGlif Original The? WiniV . t, C 1'. SJajnion., St, I.vul., Troii1 M.A.Slirroon.Lli.ril.ilctuc.liit' 1S40, la the U. 8, Cvurt nartart J, II.Ztilin.Prop'rA U.SImmooi Lit rd & C, HAMAGE, do-feu- t. suite ui mmi HICKMAK, KENTUCKY. A. P. OLIVER, , er KcfulalorjX'il'JbjrZcillniBS. M. A. S. L, M. ku (ot 47 )ttrt cuieJ Imbioistiom, HlLlotttm. UvtrirtiA,SicK llsAOACiia,t.oa( Church, Adams, Tftin., trntt. thiok 1 tho lid hive been detJ bu( nint-- , tor yiur ucnuine pi, mor.I.ivtr MeJIciDe. fhttc oawtlmrt had to tubtilluU , itdis trrii'i "eilin'tuu-roCM.;, , purpoae.l Df.J ft. Oravet, lTJItor Cen PMt.K MemtibU.Tenn. .atir package of voutI.icj' received Mtillelne, and hate u.rii hall ti It llatuiktlilma charm. 1 wint n belter L vr itccul.U'r inj cet. tiloly no utii 01 ieuin t Euiitre, tint, it Arrant,h.ltet-n- hroiucii. Etc. nv. T 1'ulor.M. It; .. . ,f l"T I Undertaksr's Good's, Common, llMownod. and gold Black Wl Csi joT Shop toy'.'5 ?3 m Wcsl HtckrHin1. Wagoni, y6u want fi 1VE I keep when rfpairof lllacksmltbing J6ne, or full line MK A TBIAL c. al on a," tw r. - .h n.t hi... .iiiii h Whleh can befitted nut C6ffin ami up an abort notice, a'nd af rcaeonable i(rlci-t.- , CH'omeacaU. . untyS-- l trfl- Ta , a -- vfi Vtf tjawrrsioy ..V- e - fV Sfttfifi'T riMM '"TTT r7tTI7-i7l?a5?Y- ?i ?.'. I I T&tim lfc.i?WKaa f - tftjWS? le ! v -- . - - '"i"7- -- i7 "v2Kl TALMAGE'S SEJULON. Arguments and Apologies Fop Religion as thoy cried, "Wo arofttnossesi eyes, and from If thoy tried to sin? the old llospol havo seen with jour own Forever In Vain. lUmn ,vU" what you havo heard with your own hymn, thoy would emotion by tho'tlmo W Kot ,0 th0 80C" oars, Is thoro power in this Gospel to give calmness and triumph In tlio last I.bIo rllli Supreme Hxplomtlnii. miiI Srliolm-ti- c ond line: oxlgancy? Tho rosponso comes from all d'or 'rtBd "Ahme.1 of Jetut, thil spring to their foot wit more alacrity than thoy over sprang tp dance, tun tears mingling with the" exnilaratlon read tbo promises, and promlso In tho presoneo ot blgh Heaven that you will toll tho truth, tho whole truth, and aim nothing but tho truth. With what you FEDERALIST ASSAULTS. nf Ilia Man Who Fought lanarion Mill on Hack. Cabot Lodge, tho Massachusetts He- publican who stands as sponsor In tho Houso ot Representatives for the in famous Federal election bill, Is a dc scendant of Georgo Cabot who was a momber ot tho notorious Kssox lunto The Hssox junto was acabal of old YeA eralistswho hold out for many years against tho nomocracy of Jefferson and in favor of tho aristocracy of Hamilton It was this junto, aldod and allotted by the preachers ot Now England, that car ricd tho old Federalist opposition W Jefforson almost to tho point of treason and secession, its members were aristocrats who hated tho pooplo and who hollered that this Government should bo managod by tho wise and the good, thoy bolng tho persons who wcro to docido who wore wlso and good. As for tho Idea that thero could possibly be any wisdom or vlrtuo In tho body ot the peoplo, such a proposition nover en terod thoir heads. Thoy regarded wealth as tho first requisite of coed citizenship, and a man's poverty was to them aumclontevldence that he was not wlso and not good. Tho Kssbx junto was overthrown by the. triumphs of Democracy; Its members went croakln and lamenting to their graves, somo of them publicly deploring the soparatloa ot the colonies irom the llrltlsh crown. and although their descendants crgaa lrcd further opposition to Democracy tho on same practically line they nover again dared to raw aloft in tho lltfbt of day the old Vkl erallst motto of "Down with tho The triumph of Democracy clir this o'omont wasot as much Im porta A e as tho triumph ot the revolutions army against King Georgo's regular Tho ono was the and mercenaries. complement of the othor, and without tho trlu ph of Democracy ovlr American aristocracy and privllegl the triumph of tho patriot army over th bon of llrltlsh monarchy would llttlo avail. Thoro would hare heea a chango of masters and no more. Cabot Lodge fears and hates the p as his ancestors lated and pie feared them three generations ago. He wants to govern thorn and to control them, if they do not roto as he. wishes. Or if thoy do not vote at all, he would llko to have In uso cflklal machinery that would compel them to vote and to vote as he think thy ahould vote, lie has no sympathy with and no understanding of the Jatfersonlan idea that tbo peoplo are capable of governing themselves, of correcting error as ihsy may arise and of working Irresistibly and continually toward justice and right Ho boliovcs In drastic measures and he Is nover qulto so happy as when he Is laying down rules and regulations for othor people. It l lit an,! nronor that the pjrtT which Is tho direct descendant 01 the old Federalist party should bavo for a loador In Its newest assault upon the liberties of the peoplo a man who is a direct descendant of ono of tho bitterest ot the old Federalist leaders. The business is congenial all around Chicago Herald. Tli pN-plo- BENNY'S POPULARITY.. Tha tloctor Repudiated bjr Ilia Color.) Votr or tha Hontti. That was a curious and Significant which befol the Administration A FAVORITE AUTHOR. DseniUnU bk r Init Sunday at lleatrlcc, Nob. Ills toxt wa: "Woaro wltnmsoV Acts ill; W. Follow ln? Is Dr. TalmaRo preached Iti , no"'of i. Tooplo laughed In Madagascar at Dr. Adoniram Judson, tho Ilaptlst missionary, because ho kept on preacho ing in Ilurmah five 3 oars without a convert; but thoro aro 20,000 1'eoplo laughed in Burniah at Dr. Morrison, In China, for preaching vnn years without a single conthorn version; but there are 25,000 Christians People laughed at tho in China missionaries for proachlng at Tahiti lifted n years without a single conversion, and at tho missionaries for preaching in llongal sovonteen years without a single conversion; yot In all thoso lands thoro aro multitudes of Christians today. Hut why go so far to find evidonco of the Gospel's power to savo a soul? "Wo aro wltnessos " Wo wcro so proud that no man could havo humbled us; wo woro so hard that no oarlhly power could havo melted us; angels of (iod woro alt around about us; thoy could not im; but ono d.iy, perhaps at a "Mathodtofanxtous Boat, or at a Prt sby- tf.mq Mchtlen! Wtir", or at a burUl, or on horseback, a power sclted us, and mado us got down, and made us tromblo, and mado us kneel, and mado us cry for morcy, and wo tried to wronch oursolvos away from tho grasp, but wo could not. It flung us Hat, andwben wo aroso wo woro as much changed as (Jour-gltho heathen, who went into a with a dagger and a gun, to disturbed tho mooting and dostroy it, but tho noxt day was found crjlng, "Oh, my groat sins! Oh, my great Salour'" and for oleton joars preached tho (Jos-pof Christ to his fellow mountaineers, tho last words on his dying lips being, "1'rco gracol" Oh, It was fri o grace! There Is a man who was for ton years a hard drinker. Tho dreadful appetite had sent down its roots around tho palate and tho tongue, and en down until thoy wero interlinked with tho vitals of body, mind and soul; but ho has not taken any stimulants for ten years. What did that? Not tempoianco societies. Not prohibition laws. Not moral suasion. Conversion did It. "Why," said ono upon whom tho groat chnngo had come, "sir, 1 feel just as though I was somebody olso!" Thoro Is a sea Captain who sworo all tho way from Now York to Havana, and from Havana to 111 Francisco, and when he was In port ho was worse than when ho was on tho sea What power was it that washed his tongue clean of profanities, nnd mado him a Conversion by tho Holy Spirit. Tliero ro thousands of peoplo in this assotublagi y who nro no moro what thoy ome woro than a wator-lllis a nightshade or morning lark is a wiltuic, or day Ik nlghL . i'uvf. If I should demand that all tliosi ptOiilo liuro proaunt who havo folt tin converting power of roliglon should so for from Loiujf abliamed, thoy woulu to-d- ay sin-glBj-tists y. over-coiiiu s, prajor-mcotlng psalm-slnger? y 11 not motaplnsics; faith, not sciiolattlo shots bettor off; I would, hot call her exploration. Jlut tbon. In order to havo back. Lord, I thank The that Thou faith, wo must havo testimony, and if hast comforted my poor hoirt" 600 men, or 1,000 men, or 500,000 mon, or Again: I remark thatwo are witnesses 6,000,000 men got up and tell mo that of tho fact that religion has power to thoy havo folt tho roliglon of Jesus givo composure In tho last moment, I Christ a joy, a comfort, a hopo, an aspi- shall novor forgot tho first time I con man fronted death. We went across tho ration, I am bound as a I want just cornfields in tho country. Inaslcd by to accept tholr tostlmony. my father's hand, and weramototho now to put before you threo propositions, tho truth of which I think this farm houso whore the bereavement had ijilnr uU nLtost with oinrwhelmlng rnmft, and wn naw tho crowd of waffons and carriages; but there iras ono carunanimity. The first proposition Is- - V are wit- riage that especially attracted my loy-is- h attention, and it had black plumes. nesses that tho roliglon of Christ isablo to M hat's that? convert a eoul. Tho (lospol may havo a I said: "What's that? hard tlnio to conquer us, we may havo Why thoso black tassols on tho top?" fought It back, but wo were vanquished. and after It was cxplalnid to mo I was You say conversion is only an imaginary lifted up to look upon tho bright faco ot thing. Wo know hotter. "Wo aro wlt an aged Christian wctsan who, threo nossos." Thoro never was so great a days before, had dopartcd In triumph; ehango In our heart and lifo on any oth- tho wholo scono mado an impression I er subject as on this, l'coplo laughed at novor forgot s In our sermons and In oar lay tho missionaries In Madagascar because wo aro vory apt, when wo want they preachtd ten years without ono convert; but thoro aro 33,000 converts to bring illustrations of dying triumph, d oxhor-tatlon- ttio ficrmon: In tlio ilnyt of Groro Ktoplionson tlio porfector of tho locotiiotlto engine, tho fcoientltts protc conrlmlvrly that a train coiilil lunor bo drlvon by atoam power succpttfiilly anil without peril; but tho rmhinff oxprcss trains from Liverpool to lwllnburgh ami from IMlrtlmrgh to f.omlnn havo mado nil tho ol thn splondid nations viltnos.o nohlotonipiit. Machinists and navifra-tor- n proml conclusholy that a steamer could novor cross tho Atlantic ocean; but no sooner hid thoy successfully proved tlio Impossibility of such an undertaking than tlm woiV was.lono, and tho pawinpers on tho Cunard, and tho Inman, and tho National, and tho Whlto Star linos aro witnesses. There went up a guffaw of wlso laughter at I'rof. Morso's proposition to maVo the lightning of Ucan his errand loy, and It Mas proved conclusively that tho thing could, novor bo done; but now all tho tho wido world, by Associated frets put In your hands morning and night, has tnauo all nations wltnossos. So In the timo of Christ It was provod conclusively that St 'vas Impossible for Him to rlso from tho dead. It was shown logically that when a man 'was dead, ho was ilea J, and tho heart and tho liver and tho lungs having ceased to porform tholr ofllcos, tho limbs would bo rigid beyond all power of They showod friction or nrousaL It to. bo an absolute certainty that tho doad Christ should ever get up alivo; but no sooner had thoy procd this than tho doad Christ aroso. and tho disciples boheld Him, heard Hit lolec, nnd talked with 111m, and they took tho witness-stan- d to prove that to bo truevthich tho wiseacres of tho day had proved to bo impossible; the record of tho expcrl-onc- o of tho tostlmony is In tho text: "Him hath Uod raised from tho doad, whereof wo aro witnesses." Now, lot mo play tho skeptic for a motl ment. "There is no 'J"d," skeptic, "for I havo never seen him vlth my physical eyesight. Your lllblo is a pack of contradictions. Tliero novor was a miracle. Lazarus was r.ot raised from tho dead, and tho water was novor lurncd into wine. Your religion Is an imposition on tho credulity of tho nges." Thoro Is an aged man moving over yonder as though ho would llko to rospond. Hero aro hundrods of people "St5i fae2 a little Pushed atlhej announcements, and all through this assembly thoro Is a suppressed feeling tUiich would liko to speak out in behalf of tho truth of cur glorious Christianity, ns inftho days of tho text, crying out: "Wo aro witnesses!" Tho fact is, that if this world Is over brought to liod. It will not bo through You mk'imimil, but through testimony. might cover tho wliolo earth with Christianity and learned treatwould ises In defenso of religion--yo- u not convert a soul. Lectures on tho harmony botw eon tclenco and religion aro beautiful mental discipline, but havo never saved a soul, and never will savo a soul, l'nt a nwn of tho world and a man of tho church against each other, and tho man of tho world will in all probability get tho triumph. There are a thousand things in our religion that socm illogical to tho world, and always will seem illogical. Our weapon In this conflict is faith, not logic; faith, rail-way No' When I Mu.h t " mT !",nic That I no more revue"' n"m ' Unesscs" Again 1 remark that " of tho Oospol's pSwor fcoomforU Thoro aro Christian parents Utro who aro willing to tostlf to tho powref this (lospel to comfort. Your son had just erad lated from school or collego and m RolnB Into business and tho Lord Wk lllm- - 0r your daughter had just graduated from tho young ladles' scmlM"- antl yu a thought sho was goi&g w woman and of long life. ',llt "10 rx,nl took her nnd you wore tempted to say, "All this culture of tweniv years for nothlngl" Or tho Hide ulld camo homo from school with " bet fovcr that stopped not for the ijonuid prayer or for tho skillful phv)cian. and tho llttlo ono was taken. ( Oi tho balo was lifted out of your arms tj sme quick epidemic, and you stood wnderlng why God over gave you tfait cWd at all, if so away, soon Ho was to I taw And yot you are wt repining, you aro not ..fnflfu. you aro not fighting against Coi AVliat bas enabled you to statiB U tho trial? "Oh." vrou sav. "I to(L ibo mcdlcino that God gavo my sIclAol In my dis- On whom my hapei ol IImwh of pent" sides, from young, nnd old, nnd middle-aged- : '' - You see, my frlcims, I havo not put before you an abstraction, or chimera, or any thing llko guess-worI present you allldavlts of tho host men and womon living and dead. Two witnesses in court will establish n fact Hero are not two wltnossos, but thousands of wltnessos on earth, millions of witnesses, and In Heaven a great multitude ot wltnessos thnt no man can num-bo- r, testifying that thoro Is power In this religion to convert tho soul, to givo comfort In trouble, and to afford composure In tho last hour. It ton mon should como to you w hen you aro sick with appalling sickness, and say they had tho sarao sickness and took a certain medicine, and It cured them, you would probably tako It Now, aupposo ten otbnr men should como up and say! "Wo don't bellovn thoro Is any thing In that mcdlcino." "Woll," I say, "havo you over tried It?" "No, I never tried to-d- "Wearo wltnoosl" tho forotasto ot thTj HmvcU whoro thoro is neither a tctfrwV -- tarov, oil, nor a grave. Come all jo who havo been out to the gve to woop thero come, all yoconifcrted souls, gotoff jour kneos. Is thcrno power In this Gospel to sootho tbo Jieart Is. thoro no power in this religion to quiet tho worst paroxysm of grlof? Thoro comes up an answc from comforted widowhood, and 'dlrsssess saying orphaasgc ar.d "Ay, ay, wo aro witnesses!" When a man has troublo tho world comes in and savs: "Now got Tour mind off this; go out and breatho tho fresh air; plungo deeper into business." What poor advlco' Oct your mind off it! M hen every th'? Is untnrmwth tho bcroavemont, and every thing reminds 3 ou of what vou havo lost. Got your mind oft It! I hey might ns well advlso vou to stop thinking. You can not stop thinking, and you can not stop thinking In that direction. Tako a walk in tbo fresh alrl W hy, along that very street, or that very road sho onco accompanied you out of that grass-plosho plucked flowers, or Into that show- - tress 1 threw myself rTi f"t of sympathizing Qod; andwhrt I was too weak to pray, or to lpo up,ho breathed Into mo apoaco that I tlutt must, do i it, but I don't believe there Is any thing In it" Of courso you discredit tholr testimony Tho skeptic may como and say: "There Is no power In your religion." "Havo youovertrlod It?" "No. No." "Thon nvauntl" Lot me tako tho testimony ot tbo millions of souls that havo boon converted to dol and comforted In trial and solacod in tho last hour. Wo will take their tostlmony as thoy cry: "Wo aro witnesses!" Somo tlmo ago l'ror. Henry, ot v discovered a now star, and tho tidings sped by submarlno telegraph, and all tho observatories of Kuropo woro Oh, hear-orwatching for that now star. looking out through tho darkness ot canst thou seo a bright thy soul light beaming on theo? "Whoro?" you say, "where? How can I And it?" Look along by tho lino of the cross of tho Son Do you not seo it trembling of God. with all thn tfindnrmiHS and bnamlng with all hopo? It is tho Star of ltethlo-hem- . n, s, y, hv service reform, on a platform sensationally aggresslvo in favor of tho extension ot the principles of that reform to all grades of the publlo service, ho has made a record nover before equaled In In tho displacement ot opposed to him In politics, and the appointment of party workers of his own political faith to Bucceed thorn. This ought to havo endeared him to that dement of his party, which is numerically much tho larger part of It, which looks upon politics as a means of getting something tor one's self. Somohow, this result has not boon achiovod. Humiliating as tho confession may he, it Is certain that Dr. Harrison U not a popular man, even In tho ranks of his own party. Ho has not voluntarily forfeited tho respect ot the rank and (Ho of tha g. o. p- - He has, In truth striven hard to give satisfaction. Though a man that has beon largely advertised as possessing piety of tho most unrelenting variety, ho has not proscribed the unregenerate who aided in his election. In his cSlclal family sits a man whose presence there Is due to his success In raising corruption funds. His mot trusted and influential adviser, outside tho Cabinet, Is a man who refuses to deny the charge ot having abstracted H0O, 000 from a State Treasury. Soma vt his appointees have beon convlctod ot felonies, and a great many others ought to have been. These facts Indicate that the President has been anxious to show that he is not too proud or too good to recognize theservlces of any element ot his party. And yet they do not lovo him. It Is significant, too, that the colored oftlco-holdo- in the capital ot Tennessee, Benjamin Harrison has boon President of the Unitod States for a llttlo moro than sixteen months. Though elected as an avowod adrocato ot civil element of the Nashville convention to-d- " Deep t, "Come, sco tho p!ctures."Go deeper Into business? Why, sho was associated with all your business ambition, and slnco sho has gone jou liavo no ambiOh, this is a clumsy world tion loft when It tries to comfort a broken heart, lean build a Corliss' rncino,' lean paint a Kaphacl's "Madonna, 1 can play a "nrolca Symphony" as easily as this world can comfort a broken heart And yet yoa havo boon comforted. Ilowwas ltdonc" Did Christ ccrr.o to you and say, "Get your mind off this; go out and breatho fresh air; plungo deeper into business?" No. There was a minuto when ho camo to you perhaps in tho watches ol tho night perhaps in your plvco of business, perhaps along tho street and He breathed something Into your soul that gavo peace, rest infinite quiet, so that you could tako out tho photograph of tho departed ono and look Into tho oyes and faco of tho dear ono and j: VU Is all right; Oh. hearer, got your oyo on It It Is easier for you now to becomo Christians than it Is to stay away from Christ and Ilea von. When Mmo. Sontag began hor musical career sho was hissed off tho stage at Vienna by tho friends of her rival, n Auiuliit &luiutiii;ur, who bad itlteady to decline through her dissipations. Years passed un, and ono dsy Mmo. Son-latlu her clurv. was rldlu IbruUilU tho streets i llerlln, when nbu saw llttlo child leading a blind woman, an sho said, "Cdmo hero, my llttlo child, como hore. Who Is that you aro leading by tho hand?" And tho llttlo child that's replied, "That's my mother; Amelia Ftolnlnger. Sho used to bo a great singer, but sho lost her toIco, and sho cried so much about It that sho lost Glvo my lovo to hor eyesight." her," said Mmo. Sontag, "and tell hor an old arqnilntanco will call on her this afternoon " Tho next week In Iterlin a vast assemblage gathered at a benefit for that poor blind woman, and it was said that Mme. bontag sang that night as sho never sang boforo. And sho tool a skilled oculist, who in vain tried to glvo eyesight to tho poor blind woman. I'ntll the day ot Amelia Mine. Sontag toolccaroof hor.andhordaughtoraftorher. That was what tho queen of song did for hor enemy. But, oh! hear a moro thrilling story still. Illind Immortal, poor and bo-gur. horror then mjr vltuls froie, Dcath-ilrucI ceased the tide to stem. When suddenly a itar aroe tho Star of Ucthlehem." It rtat FALL STATE ELECTIONS. dolls crancp. f for tlm JllnlUrr of l'crlodleal Lit Christ were rivals for tby heart, didst hiss thy Lord away Christ comes now to give theo signs, to glvo theo a home. to give thee Heaven. With moro than a Sontag's generosity Ho comes flow to meet your need. With more than a Son- tag's music Ho comos to plead for thy rature." lost, thou who, whon tho world and Prof. Murray, of Princeton College, In an interesting papor on tho "Use for tho Ministry of Periodical Literature," which appears in the Homlletlo Review for July, says, among othor "&uch reading Is tho best way of keeping In contact with thn currents of thought that aro circulating freely Id tho world. It will not answorinthls ago for the minister to bavo much of the 11 things: Ho is oxpoctod reel so nbotit him. scholarship, and to havo a broad with Is ono conversant that el to go back to some distinguished personage to a John Knox or a Harriot Nowoll. Hut I want you for witnesses. I want to know If you have overseen any thing to make you believe that tho religion of Christ can giro csaposure In tho final hour Now, In the rourU, attorney, jury and judgo will nevor admit mere hearsay Thy demand that tho witness must havu soen wttu Ills own eyes, or hoard with his own ears, and so I am critical in my examination of you now, and I want to 'know whether you havo seen or hoard any thing that makes you bollovo that tho religion of thrist gives composure In tho final hour ' Oh, yes," you say, "I saw my fathor and mother doparf There was a groat Standdillorcnco in their death-beds- . ing ly tho ono wo felt mire veneration, lty thn othor tl.oro was moro tenderness." llcforo th one, you boned perhaps in awe. In tin other case you felt as If you would ltki to go along with her. How did tbcy'lyjiMn tbut Unt Hot.- - did tbey? icca to art? hour? Wrrn tbny very much .jUghtd? Did they tako hold of this Vorld with both hands as though tlieydd not want to gholtup? "Oh, no, '.fcjitsay; "no, I remember as though it 7oro yostorday; sho had a kind word fonts all and thoro were a fow mementoes,, distributed among the children, and then fcbo told us how kind wo must ho tojaur fnthor In his loneliness, and then bbo klsked us good by and went asleep as calmly as a , child in a cradle " Y hat mado hor so composed? Natural courage? "No," youjay "Motbor was very nervous. When tho.carriagfl Inclined to tlio side ol the road sho would aUajs cry out. bbe as always rather weakly" What, then, cavo borcom- posuie? Was It becmofc)ie did not care much for jou, and the pang of parting was not groat? Oh," you say! "sho showered upon us a wealth of affection; no mother over loud tr children moro than mother loved u, shosbowed It by tho way tdio nursij Uf when wo woro sick, nnd sho tolled for us until her ti(ngth gave out" lv&' thon, was it that gavo htr composure in tho last hour? Do not hide It. Ho 'rank, and let mo know ' Oh,"'yo' sayi "' was because she wan0 good; sho mado tho Lord hor portion, andlio bad faith that sho would go straight to glory and that wo should all meet hor at last at tho foot of the throne ' Hero aro people hoay, "I saw a Christian brother and ho triumphed" And some ono olso, "I kaw a Christian slstvrdie and bo triumphed." homo ono eUo will sav "I w a Christian daughter die, and she.trlumphod." tome, nil yo who ao soon tho last moy ments of a Christian, and glvo in this cause 011 tfjal. Uncover your he ds, put your jiand on tho old .amilv lliblo from which they ubed to bo named who are could reasonably woll vorsod in the theology ot tho tovontocntb century who have II It., ur no Knjiiaintanrn with what is Their sllrrlncj In thn thought of lgnoranco of current tbought affects tholr preaching. It has a sound. Kvon when tho truth proclaimed is trzo aliko for all conturios, somehow The Is not In tho accent ot y influcnco ol such a roan Is curtailed. If ho is not woll read somo members ot his congregation are tho lawyers, tho doctors, tho young collegian who comes wonder Theso homo in vacation. whothor thoir pastor over heard or tho dlscororics at Ilubastis, or of tho thoory ot conscience which the philosophy of Horbert Sponcor maintains. Even though the preacher mako no direct uso of his knowledgo in his sermons, and never alludos to any discussion in tho Forum or In the Nineteenth Century, still if ho knows what thoy aro saying hi pri'Mni-- ' will hnva a dllTorent tone, It will not bo ono whit less evangelical, but it will have tho power which comos when a man is able to say: "Yes, I havo road what is Bald on tho other side, and havo not confined myself tocommontarlos and systems of thcofogy." tho nineteenth century. Clergy- men tar-awa- y it Not of tho "dudo" species. Not ot tho kind that stands on street corners. Not of tho kind that prides himself upon bolng a "masher." Not of the kind thatsnoorsatthe idea of personal purity. Not of tho kind that thinks Christians mild sort of fools.' Not tho kind that owes tho tailor, llv ory man and every body else. Not ot the kind that Is a connolssour of whisky. Not of tho "yes, yes" kind. Not of tho kind that calls mother "old woman" and father "old man." Not of the Ignorant, infidel brood. Not of the coward kind. Not of the icoborg varluty. Not of the "I can't" trlbo. Not of tho kind that Is hotter acquainted with pool than the fifth chap-to- r of Douteronomy. Not of tho ovadlng, scuttling, shuffling through lifo kind "having no hope and kvlthout God in the world." He a man lie m sun. 4, tostl-uion- The only way to stop a church quar rol Is for every body to absolutely stop talking. That Is a sure cure. Chango Is In constant progress. Nothing remains what It was yostorday and nothing will bo what It and tho swift lingers of tlmo is aro not long In substituting overy liber Vrraet. Hobby, what does Uty Teacher of tho old with tho nsw. All one has to do If dissatisfied In church relations moan? Bobby Lazy means alwoys to want Is to wait. Thoy will Como rlgbf, of your lit tic sister to go tit for you. P5k. tbunuclvci. latorlw, y possibilities. The Nashville Incident is certainly ominous. Heretofore the have generally the people of Montana gave the Repub-j- l Federal licans ten majority in thn Unitod State-- ! been omnipotent in Republican councils Senate, instead of the six to which they in the South, but all their Influence at wore entitled. On tho 4th of Marci the Nashville meeting was exerted In ter. ' Senators will Lave vain. There are many Indications that next twenty-eigh- t In Illinois a small eottago Just at tho sentiments expressed there are eleccompleted their terms, and in the tbo edgu of n recent cyclono was moved n tion ot their successors soma important shared by Republicans In every of the country. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. by the wind thirty or forty foot without political changes may bo expected. Tho structure . injuring thoscarcely aw materially. moveTho condition of affairs In Wisconsin U family was aro of tho not by any means favorable to tha hopts WHAT BLAINE WANTS. "v ment, but coals wcro scattered from the ot Senator Spooner for grato there wa danthere are good grounds to look forp RettoDi tor tha 1'lamarf Knlfht's Lateet ger ot upon the floor, andTho head ot Iho I'olltleal Huraraanet. a conflagration. Tho conUs Democratic Legislature. Secretary Blaine has arrayed himself family seized a bucket and hastened to in Illinois will bo a most stubborn orlr General Palmer, the Domoratlo candl against the leaders of the Republican tbo well for water, but no well was to party as to the tariff question, and he bo found! Tho house bad covered l I date for United States Senator, tel has threo things In view. When tho but tho patriarch did not notleo this I exceedingly popular, and bolng prepar Republican party was striving for sufact Rushing back lo thn houan, hn to use all his Influence as an effect! premacy in 18SS the necossity for tariff exclaimed: "Maria, thot war tho campaign speaker for the olcctlon 0 sly coon over hectn on, It has reduction was recognized, and In the Callfor: Legislature. Democratic organs, upon the stump, and everywhere blowed tbo well clean ott the lot, withwill llkoly send a Democrat to the ate In Lelana Stanford place, a thore was constant talk ot a general re- out even leaving a stun to tell whar It vision and reduction. Assooo, howover, warl" Toxas Sittings. ritnnuilltll TlAffiM,.,!, jkvnAAt 4a place Orvllle II. Piatt witharopresonrji as victory porehed upon the Republican "What dontlst mado jour teeth for tlvo of tho popular party of tha Stan banners all pledgos were forgotten and you?" "Thoso are my own teeth no Difficult though tho task may bo, d the wishes ot Eastern manufacturers them!" was tho indignant account of tbe Iniquitous apportionment for. Increased duties woro considered. dontlst mado reply. "You don't say so! How dooep-tlv- o prevails hore, tbe New York De- In the McKlnley bill a hundred Industhat they are! Thoy look as nlco as tho mocracy are prepared to enter upon a tries havo been taken care ot In a way a wonfalso spirited contest In the fall to elect a that will benefit the fow at the expense best kind ot naturetooth. What 1st" Democratic Assssbly with a aajcrlty ot the many. At this Mr. lllalno seos derful thing largo enough to overcome the Kopul a chance to bring himself to the front T.lka a Circuit of F.laelrlc. Ulrtt. llcan majority in tbe Senate on joint again, and, It Is said, he proposes to Tho human tentorium resembles a ake a stand against the present leaders ef electrio wires, tho various teta of circuit nerves ballot, and thus Insure a Democratic to Con- forming links In tbo circle of continuity and cause a bill to bo successor to William M. Kvarts. gress that will bo In accord with his When digestion grows weak tbocplgustrto With an assured Democratio Houso nervo suffers, nnd tbo whole tyttrni Isaf and a Sonato that may bo a tie, the own views. fectcd. Itctnforco it with Hoslcttrr s Reciprocity Is another question that Stomach Bitter, and tho nervous organism country might rest easy for the reMr. Blaine desires to accomplish, but growt tranquil and reposeful. Fever and mainder of the Harrison administration, ague, constipation, kidney troubles and as an effectual check will bo put to with the prcsont conditions tho chances liver complaints rt treat before this remedy, reckless and extravagant appropria- ot failure are good. By bocomlng tbe CnanLKt Lihb'i humor never shows a tions. A radical change in tho Senate lampion of tho large number of dissatiI bad the p, would bo of Incalculable benefit to the sfied Republicans he can possibly carry taate of hitterccuit butVejW Ckaiiea phoV n fl r$UlJT Jb SS bV and add lustnr to hi; upon. country, for tnat, budy imi hitheilo in- n't his plans rucic. hibited tho most profound indifference name. He has worked hard In his venture, and dislikes to auffor Sir .VorWi Frte, will be sent by Crajln 4. In regard to tho welfare of the people. Co., l'hlUvSa., Pa., to any one in the U. O or dofcat All tlio monopolies and pernicious Canada, stuc paid, vnin receipt ef &" As a third r"on for Hlon at this .Pubbmo j;;.H.tr!o rkiap wrappers wn lil which havo soiling controlled tbn , Ol HOVCia VU tlll-Uicouncils and action ot the Republican timo he sees a dangerous faction aris. klUUUU riw party, hold the Senate in their grasp. ing who will look to Speaker Reed for U one who kreps Tut Mr. Reod's ambition is not mouth tllent partntr his active partner his An Infusion of new blood of a different leadership. it tbut whllo an humblo one, and as both Blaine and pending hit money N, O. Picayune. nature from that of Ingalls, Stanford, Reed come from the name State one Evarts, Piatt, Farwoll and Spooner To wtocMTKthestomnch.llver nnd bowels, would have a mostheatthful offoct upon must shine with a secondary light Mr. nnd promote digestion, tako one of Carter' Illalne bas too long considered hlmsolf Little Liver 1'llU every algkt Try iLcui. the Senate. Thore will bo .more general interest in the elections of the tho leading Republican statesman to Tarrn may bo stranger than fiction, but various State Legislatures this tall, on care to share bis glory with another, at a rale it Isn't half to entertalnlug. Boswhich depends the political coroploxlon and h will fight hard forsupromaoy. ton Trnveller . ef tbo United States Senate after March It there Is a breach in the party Mr. PlMrixs aro inexpressibly mortifying. Illaino may be expected to take a posi4, than has been felt for many years y- Olcnn's Sulphur Hoap. tion that will bo prominent Chicago RemedTho Republicans aro consideraUlU'aHalr and Whisker Dye, 60cnU. bly handirapped by tho widespread pub-H- " Times. Ti dearest 'pot on eartis la tlio auuipiar DRIFT OF OPINION, s?vtln?nt "2isat tb. IiSTi" -reaart lu comparison, tnrro ta no place mlnlstratlon and this most outrageoi Th" Republicans of Illinois havo like home. Bloux uv Journal. Congress. They will not hesitate lu reTHE MARKETS. sort to all kinds ot bulldozing tactics beaten themselres at tho start They down, havo to retain power. But naught can avail arodo in and all the Dnmocrtt them campaign is to hold the ClKCIIVATI Juir . against tho voice ot tbe people. Albany to down. Chicago Herald. MVKSTOCK- - Cntt'f -- Commoiili 85 ta 3 TO Argus. tW CholcoLliitchcr. in A Federal supervision of Thomas IIOOB Common 1 10 ((8 45 ... Itaeklraatjr KitniTig-ao-t Onn.1 pacUer. . s b) 3 M B. Reed's district, by which tbo sale of "It Is a bold thing," says the liuff.lo votes could bo provontod, might have a HHKCl' Uowt tocholcu . . 4 W it i w IM Express (Rep.), "to toll tho truth about wholosome offoct upon wlokcd Southern T.AM IIS Hprlnir. . .. ..... , , SIS u M M.omt Karally t pensions, and most mon fear to bo ac- communities. OltAIN Wheat No 1 red H fj M Louisville Courier-Journa- l. No, 3 reil W 44 M cused of unpatrlotlo or selfish motives Curn-Imlicl n Rilt In objecting to tho supposed demands Oatt No. S mlicit. . . f r The statement that a sign is to be 44 (ft . . ltp No ot old soldiers. Hut the conforeme hi grounds ot Mrs. Har- IIAY-rrlupon tocliolcr ... 11 Oil (til UI pension hill is not born of patriotism erootedsummortbo leaf homo at Cape May, read- TOIIACCO-McitlU W (Sll '.5 nor Is It based on prin- rison's and justlco, (loodlraf , (ftli J5 ing: "Buy your bathing suits at I'IIOVIHIONH-M- ch fcO AH pork . . ciples of good government The is probably I.nrit. prlmt strum . , 8 CO itt 0 W,( is urged, stands party, it lry 10 45 Treo Press. I Prime to choice creamery (4 pledged to do justlco to the soldier. Do Dotrolt n Ari'f.KS-l'rlme. pur btil , S mi ft 3 TI Grover Cleveland, upon a pension appropriations of 8100,000,000 a POrAfOKS-New.a 00 (l 3 60 bill . platform, will be something year go for naught? Must $00,000,000 NUW YOltlf. more be given to prove, that the Repub- more than a possibility a probability, FLOUIt Fair to Fancy at least, In 1693 should tho Republic- UltAIN Wheat-N- o, 3 rod .... i 00 n t M lican party is tbe soldtor's friend? .... a 87 No. 1 rod . .. MoKlnloy bill In 0ISO 0W That party has pledged itself to bo ans not revise tbe mako Corn-N- o. 2 mixed, now....... 42J4 4IUiio It protoctlvo auoh a manner as to ed just, and it has magnlflcontly redeemod si ( 10 18 IU (ill IS tho pledge. When It becomes reck- of all the peoplo and of all thocountry's rOIIIC New mat. LAUD (SOOKK Weitern itetm lessly extravagant It forgets Its duty material Interests, and coddling of none. CIIICAQO. Philadelphia Tolegraph (Rep.). to the American people. A deficit of 1 M CS 3 SB Labor desires to share in tho FI.Oim Winter pitentred ........ 3 $40,000,000 can nover be explained, (ft mi No 8 Chicago spring. . . , (i b or oxlonuated. Right .r wrong, It prosperity ot the manufacturer, but the Corn No, 3 ... .. ., (J H)i as an insult If invites a disastrous rebuke at tbo proposition is treated ou- - No. J... (i mi ........... persisted In tho manufacturer sends to rOHK-M- eit an DO polls." LAUD Steam 6 70 (ft 7Hi Hungary, or Canada, or llohcmla for JIALTIMOUE. THROUGH ONE ADMINISTRATION cheaper labor and tho laborer does not Ff)UR ramlly 3 eo Chita f oratori got his ralio. Yot MUjt MV Life. Oorn Mlied , olalm tbatproteotlon helps tbe laborer. 41I4U i'J ,... Oatl Mliod S3 (8 31 The claim is a delusion, a fraud and a I.AItl) Itrtflned.. . 7 W) office-holdePal-acseo-tlodag-gond- Upon Tbalr TUsatta Uapaoda tha rolltlril Cou.li!vu ot t!. Sauata. Tho Infamous outrago perpetrated on was conspicuous In tho opposition to tbo resolution to Indorse tho administration. The colored voters in the South did not contribute much to Mr. Harrison's election, but those ot the North held tho balance ot power in sovoral States, and It was tholr votes that made his success possible. On the basis ot tho whlto Toto, Mr. Harrison was beaten badly. Ills prnsenrfl In th Whlto Houso is due to tho prejudice which compels colored mon to voto the Republican ticket contrary to their own Interests and the good of the country. And yet ono ot these Republicans testified that thore Is all over the South, under the reign ot Dr. Harrison, an effort to slap the negro In tho faco. The Democratic party Is not particularly InfarMKwt In llift unpopularity of tho President His ronomination would not be an overwhelming misfortune for the Democratio candidate in IVJJL It we may judge of bis wholo term by that cart of It already past, wo could go to tho country upon the record thus presented with the most sanguine hopes ot But unless he does something success. to strengthen bis hold upon the dissatisfied element of his parly his scorns hardly among tho Many readers remember what old Rogers, tho poet, svldi "Whim t hear n now book talked about or havo It press-i- d upon mo, I revd an old one." Happy the man who finds his rest in tho p'sges f somo favorllo classic! I know no roador more to bo onvlod than that frlond of mlno who for many years has ilton his days and nights to tho loving ttudy of Horace. After a ccrtiln period Inllfo, it Isalwavs with an effort that ivo admit a now author Into tho Innor slrclo of our Intlmnlois. Tho Parisian omnlbusos, as I remombor them bait a century ago they may still keop to tho lamo habit for ought that I know usod to put up tlioslgn"CV"i;i'f"as soon ns they woro full. Our publlo conveyances aro novor full until tho natural atmosphorlo pressure ot sixteen pounds to tho square Inch Is doubled, In tho closo packing of the human Rardlnos that fill Ibo vehicles. Anow-comohowever woll mannored nnd well dressed, Is not vory wolcomo under theso clr cumstancos. Iu tho samo may, our tables aro full ot books half read and books wo fool that wo must read. And hero como in two thick volumos, with uncut lcavos, in small typo, with many pages, and many lines to a pago a book that must bo road and ought to bo read at onco. Whatarellof to hand It ovor to tbo lovoly keeper of your lltorary consclonco, who will toll you all that you most care to know about It and leavo you frco to plungo into your volume, Inwhich you aro over finding new beauties, and from which ou rlso refreshed, as if you had just como from the cool wators ot Hollconl Tho stream of modern tltnraturnrourannt.l by thn books and periodical" on tho crowded counters Is ft turbulent and clamorous torrent, dashing along amon-tho rocks of criticism, over tho pebbles of tho world's dally ovonta; trying to mako ttsolt seon and heard over tho hoarso r.rlos ot tho politicians and tho rumbling wheels of traftlc Tho classic la still a lakelet, mountain Urn, fed by springs that nover fall, Its surface nevor rut'Jnd by storms always tho same always smiling a wolcomo to Its visitor. Sucdi Is Iloraqo to my friend. To his ojo "It!ia, dit prr omutt" Is as familiar as "lirer notltr qui fn ealu" to that of a Lplous Catholic. "hUger fifo-,-" which ho has put into manly hngllsh, his llor-ac- o omiia in.ii Ui na tYitli'a hy to "From all that dwell lielow tho " The nsrs he rcsdx the mere he !c studies his author, Ibo richer are tho treasures ho finds. And what llorvco I ( Mm. Homer, or Virgil, or Dante Is to manyra quiet reader, sick to death ot tbo unending train of book maker. Oliver Wondell Holmes, In Atlantic ? k Happy the Man Who Flod llli llrat In Hoins flood Old Hook. F.nlnv 4tiVii, mtntln nniin n.,.4 soothlnslirecuof Hvru of l'ig, when In need of h laxntlvo'nnd If tho father or - . .al mother ti eosiivo or a. 111..... it.. most grou uuinus mo fjlngrc. ts ioiiow un uv. no Hint it is ma best fnuv! rcniouv Known uauovcry lam- ily shoul. tiavo u bottle ThA tVjn.nnt Tmi li, id that rocki the cradle Is the hnnd thu ,'oos uirouirii a man a pocKtii i tho weo i Munaey'a Weekly. hour rlilldran -- E'JTOB: """' A --ST1" HLECTR0TYP1NG ' .. BA 11 i' Cutnrrli Cure will of i arrh. no for p. 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Parts of tbo front of St. Stephen's bavo had to bo entirely refaeed because of tho w caring aw ay of tho soft stono Only a week or two ago a heavy ple eol a stono heraldic animal suddenly feii elose to tho entrance to Westminster Hall, In Old Palace yard a moans ot cntranco to thn houan which Is largely favored But a few days before a portion c! the ornamental stonework fell closo to the members' entrance, and another heavy o piece fell on the pavement ot Now yard not a month ago. -- London Let--- farllatnrnt llouiea Cruiul.tlna:, t.ii. v.... or inture sialsdal, cmmiimr. illMi drr-i-l IM f ( martyrdom than Im who ir Hi,uin.niMi,i""i valley of tho Conrmmigh, t itki v4 INftM far tuo whulW nb'ailof tlio Johnsv I ' Ilk aroan ml,, UMm , U l. Mount tl on a powerful I ' rt 't mul faster went the rMer. ti t 4 rt r uUp! 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Postmastor-Gonora- l Wunamaker has Issued an edict change to Quay. ing the uamo of tbo Tho peoplo of the village seem to know Quay too well to feel honored by this chango and absolutely refuse to bo reconciled to It They do not wish to be'callcd by a name that Is a synonym for dishonor. Northwestern Mall. He. post-offic- rOIIK-M- mt CA'rrt.K Flr.tiiualltr... HOOH ailAJN-Wheat-No . Q JftltW 4 NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. 3 JU UU Cohm No Oats-- No FI.OUIt-ANo .rcd INIilANAI'OLIS. 1 led ,. SM ($ 60 ft 3 THE ONLY LINEN-LINE- D WATERPROOF IN THE MARKET. COLLAR I..... 1 3.., jj (D . LOUIHVIL.I.IL Q ji 88 Colli Mlied ,, Oaih Mlzod . rOKK-M- em LAHD-Sle- am AIM n ml (I O a f3FiH ijriiHHranHri It I.OIl lllnlrj,nf .if u,)ill n .mill ni.O.la u ......IIa.1 ... nojlilll. J'rKe.W" Koldujrdrutl9tiiirtrntliytu.il. AUUrtaa, K, T. . CJoltl st. PJHO'H IIIUII'DY KOI! rATAIIIUI-lU- A ltelle It ImiuedUta. 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