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Evary FrHty by FINE JOB PRINTING ICXICQUTJBD WITH HEATHESS AHD DISPATCH- - GEORGE WARREN Hlokmnn, Ksntucky. SCco Jarkion Streat, Beit door lo 0.j Halt. THE HICKMAN COURIER. i J&T BALE DILLS, CtEOItCE WARREN, Editor. TI1B OLDEST NBW8PAJ? W WESTERN KENTUCKY. 1, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC, ETQ ENVELOPES, I'rlco of Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. ESTABLISHED THE I'RKSIDJjSNrs 1859. (fOO HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FJUDAY. MAY al 1891. YOL. XXY1. NO. 28. HERO. CALL AND SEE US. TJUP. Nici.i.m GitAxr SAiiroms Is with un Uo AddroBsoa tho Pooplo nt Clint- on n visit. Tiir. president's, trnln 1ms a bnrlror Uinooirtt, Atlantti, Momihlii shop attachment und Dlniilnihuin. Pit. Kocii'h remedy In mildly disappearing from public notice. At rtmltklinga. Homk Is sold tn bo growing fantcr CitArrA!oofiA,Tcnn.,Aplll3. When than nny oilier European city. Tjjk tuck concerns hnvn combined. tho prv'sldentlul truln reached htre, nt fcttto o'clock thin morning, fully 3,000 Tbe point tit for llio consumer. people were '.Wlnbh'd at tho ntntlon. Ir In proponed to establish a innll A naluto uf thirteen Biitin wun ilred nn on tho street cars In SU tho prohidcut A OAlmo of oyer 300 half-bre- d horses of the trnln. dcncanilcd from tho ktcps l'rpnldent Harrison wan iliM been sent to England from tho introduced by Hon. C'lnr Kvann, nnd Republic. choc,. wnn prceted with HrA.ii.r.v lcU Now York tho otfcci Tho prnkldent npoko In aulintunc4 Bk s day with 3110,000 in his pocket, tho follows: of bin lecturu tour. Mr OTir.tM t fele grenUj njoTl Tai.ua UK has shaved off hln nlilo- - Ijnoppurtunltrpt " BCliaiin(o;nr.tnonly I w II I ml n ike enmp o( a Kit it annr it burns, lie says bin fueo U fatter now, tn.lmtrln tvrremillUir It. t nort wot tiud so ho don', need them. wnr, It. pleaont till) or Ta toro ser-tIcpro-reed- ftuw kti tr'jhl-tlon.o- A To-c'.- r tnblUhcd In Now York, doughnut wilt not 'bo In IU TliinK oro In Netv York between 70,CKro and 80,000 Italians, less than of wtioai nru wnmon. diet kitchen Is to U c. Plei nnd r a mtiir f.railitQ I t" icrn.t rllr. a rrerpernu. ety Tod.r 1 t 'rownrrt Him hllltors. Uicn brtillliit with r with h.pi V homos. 1 th.M tr t'. lUtounh hKh th worn ttterntucf many cmpalum IVlo-il.- llh rule ilt, It. clrlo iiv4llb)i lb .ttcoJ-ant.o- l one-cis'a- th thn $!!.': - iJi?y&V'nlThou-dU,tntro uuecu aurmg mo recent .w..i.f, .oi) oil Uookout. Wat B.louVJ "J"' taller trowxwH hef taa v' mfmiVli iwawiMdrawn. no con mm which tun plow lad IndjilrIM 'f robnlrr session oi luokaupon th (aicafwl &. grcsn btit3,ltd became laws. lira. All thine, bra caBJ. aircpl Ibal h1rh thatn ftaAtd .Ter Cb.tth flu Thk assurance U sent orcr from Italy tinoora noata hero .till it tit, pa.trd that Americans can travel anywhere In frnoiib. liaod.nl th yetera Wjo torfhllIt to Ylctorj lo baltlii. Into lha ha"ila ' lh thnt country In perfect safety rtn wholirt It an emblem ol Ve. llien Tub eoM deposit recently discovered Cfcattanovjii wa.atw.r'a Klewl o 'be MUlh, ett and nt lllnntnRhnin, Ct, turns out to huvo ioirUl.tlieratwTto p4kC,cn conquest!, ' I'nxperltf Tbere bare icrn Rim ply fixd'n gold, Iron (lyrlten. one with arum, the ether with (ha c ntle talla and thii latter If ,reter than lb Oo V.llono.of Texas, named one of hli (tied ol I, only great a. Brit. Tne .! way lor tdanKhlrni I ma llogfr. tier reproach to ih.t which followed audr.ow. n'pilnln our ouo darotlouto the coodltutloa arl 2wr father iiiunt bu "you're another." rietermlnttlon that ihr Question of In Ox dark nl,'Mn n white llyhtcnnbo acaln the ol there tue.ryr.neof the fadcral lal.eJ. w tatee .hall hoyer aratn Men farther than uny other color; on hate. Urtrd together upon arree ofpro.per bright nlghU rctt take tho (lrnt place. Ity and derrlopmriit that hat ai id plron only I Tub Uro Iom for tho flrnt thrco niontln Ui .1(0. of what la to come II U (nnaratuiate ihe proiparoua I eont;ratalan of thliyrur npinvKoteii (.13,107,03, nnd Tenne.aee. city I roofraluiatfi all thote w.o through for Urn lint two wvuka of April fd,435, Ihla Raleway give and recctra tbe Inter enatKes ot friendly ronira.rv U..t th rs li VlftK wniutht lUioujt.mil oaTnen .rvaucl'! thl Tuk itouthern output of Iron hat In- - ' rttlon by eoramerr auntBcatlmb almll.rlty crrM-(- t from a little urer u quarter of n or Inatltutlou. and bablt. that aball In tlma t every yeallce of aifler'Jt, and ehall out a noble purpose. tho world n remodeled map of tho million ton in Vn0 to orcr two million era! ui not only In contnmpli 'oo ( th law I The canots before thecourt in the form spokesmen declare such tactics unwor- scans every line of his writing for mismake ,nVaKV,r.?eTS,o,VhneMd?.Uen,i; I I but In heart and a;mpatby or.e prop). ropean continent. ta 1630. nn American citizen? Did any con- spelled words, for uncrossed t's and un atVArAHtitrv ftnJ if that oirency ebalj erer i of a petition to prohibit the U. a. au .. t -fnrtitd 1 know that you wouia ..!. thank you for your rnl el grvr nc iday and rtf . residence, thy PROBABLE. fin,i On arriving at the oftiolal vention of the party deolaro that vic- dotted i's. Whenever the teacher hesiArTr.li a recvut rntn tormat l'olMJm, ho- e for the dctelopment of Ir ' i,trie of ..i.. hik quickly and readily a. any other thoritlcs selling tho Saywnrd under a IANOTHER WAR of tho old soldier nppenred cheerful and tory won at tho expense of national tates at any troublesome and question Cat, sold nupjfoU wens picked up In tho our country the tortheeettllr.areap urinalitu repond a. decrco of forfeiture for violating the Jtlvador Making Arrangrnieiita Willi for lb cnlovcdwhattransplred lion flnnb..lof The honor was too dearly bought? Contrast which may bo propounded to him, ho Which l'olut to Ilitllltlr Agaluat seemed to have trrru. A lucky boy found ouo that ho law. uiHinthla clad .prtnrtltr k I the car your Governor You will nnd all Alabama at law against taking seal In the llchring. In back i m bis last nroinenade. After a few their failure to do this with tho cournr.l.niBlili u& '.a ne it Hire th are lull of Mosira on both side (or S3 old den thinks he hears, whllo he scratches his to Tho briefs of counsel Tbe pri!dent continuing. ald I am glad aro uf another haryc.l It is announced that tho governments ' moments a supper was served of which ageous, frank, disinterested conduot of own head In uncertain dubltatlon, the tbl Tuntc In a pit; at Junction Uty, Kan., irnmlse happy cblldrrn. let an )ou ortt.are know that m a.lltlon to a'lIng tobutlcta you and have been filed. They dllde their swi lor i ull of that edncutloa doing you are alro tt a a a t'ople. aad as ol San Salvador and Honduras have ar-- Count von Moltko partook heartily nnd th democratic press and democratic big pupil whispering triumphantly: "I argument under two heads: First, nblcJi weighs 1,53) pound. It In be what he ha wruusbt for u totboae thing that conduce to oclal order Later in utaiu la our ul.ee rraolutely llored to Ui tho largetthoi; In tho world each upon which everything mai ulld. ' the great Tbe Ameruan home the one thing we rannot to the right to bring tho case before tho ranged a treaty of nlllanco butween tho with apparent relish. cup of tea the politician toward President Harrison know, I know." tbe rule Id. the and Secretary Blaine throughout ths life A Ion-American court In tho rather unusual form of a two countries. Tho treaty provides vcnlng, after drinking a on four feet. Tho teaoher Is very jealous of his big of the majority ronitllutlon reipr'rd and afford to loe O'lt ot the nnd Uod Icarlog tprdcr pure home we writ of prohibition; second, as to tho that tn case difficulties arise between veteran aroso with tho purpose of re- difficulty with Italy. Which is the "loy- pupil, but he tries to maintain hil A l'lTTdiL'linii Justice has handed tk abaolnto equality ot all turn bel re the law. lovlbg hate molhera to retr the children feiher and they will tiring for tho nltrht. Hardly had he as al" party, tho national party, the true authority over him by excessive discibnme relations between tho legislative, exec- San Salvador and Honduras, that are given lo Ihem. and onke thna aid down tho ImportnntdecUlonthat a man a slight IheahHlaot order, cie.allnn pljtv AmeriAt AtUnla. utive and iudlcUl departments of the le subjected to arbitration, and In sumed an erect position when mnscles, American party? pline. Ho makes htm to tho tract: in can nolklna hln female tyjn' writer withthe the The trip can union are Amer can nwlety and either miasm contracted tho facial Atlanta, On., April IV Whilain tho state aepartracni, jur. the floor, go to bis seat on a chalk line, govcrntrient, and tho binding force npoa the evc&t of 8 'pr a!e. out her connont. power. his legs tottered, his form staggered (ayar,ia, required to take up the sit up straight and fold his arms. For tho judiciary of n decision by the ex rt thn nmver nnd another Tub little republlo of Urujpioy in nal.i from Chattanooga to Alln dH rtnt m.ido At Mrinphla. ccutlvo ns to tho jurisdiction appertain' .nrli nt thn countries named will and then friendly arras came to tho subject of Uehring sea. lie iuu uonu tho slightest Infraction of discipline he to liaTo moro nnwnpapeia In prornirtlon over the Western & Atlrin'"' road There speHo was the principles which Mr. Blalno has makes Mr.Mrilin, April 17. Tho elegant idmlt tho other's products free of support of the dying soldier. ing to tho United States. the pupil sit on a very peaked to Oie Hptilatlou than any other coun- arc many hUtorlcal po its a 'tg the c rail- - gently and reverently carried ton couch followed. While tho controversy pro- stick. He frequently sends tho biggest route. Theno Included t'.e cial train bearing tho presidential party duty. The projected try In tho world. nilcknniHUtfn, Tunnel Hill 'teaaea, arrived hero this morning at 9 o'clock, road of Honduras will bo accessible to in an adjoining room and placed there, ceeded under tho guidance of Mr. Bay- pupil out to cut a switch with which to A li4mTin, Kan., couple, who of time, after an all IV San Salvador in easo of war, ns somo of his bearers hoped, to recover ard did tho republican prcs3 uphold himself. Recently, when Mr. wem innrritnl In two week aftrr they ' lhitt Gup, Kenncaw, Rlld mnd li Tree promptly on sohcdnle Pitiunioncil tn Attend Hie Unveiling of Hi aud San Salvador will build a branch from n passing falntness. He spoko no national rights and support him in his punish at each night run from Birmingham, Ala., over Creek. Hliort stopn were T upper and a few other visitors from a met, were In twoweoka utter , .Moiiuiuent at Jaekaon, Ml. alioolc ldli Knnwis Citv. Memphis A Dinningmain Hue, word and within a very tew lninuies definition of them? On tho contrary, neighboring district called at the school, "f f, acen, and the pr U.ry er nmrrIe,L AdjU Gen. Henry, of Mississippi, re- from Puerto Union to the road, noross the northern part cf l.irjro and tills branch will lie frco to Hon- from tho moment of mortal seizure the every proposal submitted by him w as right before all the other pupils and tho ''. a. ,i.n numWro' Di.rlsnM bam ceived tho following letter Sunday: Tub newn that U.o InKt mail to Ilrnrll v flrtn. .,1 Mississippi, The party were immedl-nl..lduras under like circumstances. It is grandest military genius of tho greatest Interpreted by them to mean a substan- company he made his big pupil go and HKY.S.OLDS, GA., April as, lb91. weighed nearly four tons funilahe. a . , , . , , loude-ncproperty and barr,sl,.rto martial nation of of lo the carrinccB wliteli Your cordial Invitation to very plain to be seen that the object is empire and most from off the faco tial surrender of our British sagacity or sit on tho dunca stool. The big pupil Gr.M:ltAL measure or uu r lncreal..g trml l-, ,.,irU half bin awaited them and driven up Malu street tho United Confederate Veterans, ex- San Salvador In effecting this treaty ta,.. " , ,v,lich lf Europe had vanished ter of our rights to sat on the stool like a little man, but . tlona with that Pfinillri rt'irlmeut. Marshal HiiiimIMI tno ivo- - to the Merchants' Hxclinngc, fronting tended In lchnlf of the Ladles Monu- to isolate GutjUiaui.i in tho ..cent of of iJicoith and suddenly ns a bnrsted even British gold. The democratic dip- some of the smaller pupils heard him Huiir.ArTHit each individual p!ico of companies trip, on Court yqtmrc, which was tuasseu disappears In tho surrounding lomat proceeded with caution, courtesy mutter great horrid "swear words" uu- tho president imi ' these two countries. Acchinawaro lmporU'd into tho United lost his arm In that rngap-- u its He with ieoplc. The President wus intro- ment Association, the National Guard war betweenadvices from San Salvudor bubble nnrl firmness, but he hftd U win his rlni Vila ViIntVl nt utmosphcre. Mississippi and the city of Jackson cording to Slates mukt bo marked with tho namo wan n assembled crowd by Muyor of Not manv minutes had elapsed since points without encouragement or con- xhe wholo school 1b waiting for the ip. r In tho duced to the welcomed tho president on to participate In tho unveiling of such a conflict is not far distant, whllo of I'm country of origin. j, togetrand. Some day when Ariio f other Clapp, who the from the republican press , president's regiment, monument at Jack- - I dltnatchcs from Guatemala say that thn denth of news Held raarsliai oeioro . gratulatlonsContrast this contemptible tho Amiiikw Cakneoii: was onco n became known to ne n.irtv. Dalton behalf of tho city. In responding to ,. Confederate plnces visited weroUlngiful the teacher sends him out for u. switch tts W m tl an I jicaco Is Impossible In Central America hn snrrmvful t tkii.in 1..a... buy. - both tho government officials and tho littleness with tho practical unanimity to whip himself with, It Is confidently It ta aald that Mr. Carne- and OaHrrrtTllt. welcoming speech, tho president l tho account of the hatred of tho Balvato mo limn' Atlanta, and find; gie uwna twelve or flttcen weekly As soon ns the presidential train said: general public On tho street mid in I ,vftn whlcli tho deniocratlo party and expected that he will return with a big my plantation. It given mo much picas- - lrnns for tho Ouatcmalcna. In illfTorvnt parts of Kngland. The name of the was Mr Kiuiw CmrrKsthe cafes groups of soldiers nnd civilians ; press stand by Mr. Blaine In the con- club and thrash the teacher. Boston reached the elty limits tho " accept, nnd I will nt oncchsvcl my Slit Kliui.x Alt.Nol.n says tho mikado given by the KxpoMtlon ctt"n mills rlty ot Memphis w a familiar to me Inthe child uro to discussed tho misfortune which tinuatlon of the course initiated by Mr. Globe INTO TllB trtbu tho necessary orders issued calling the I Horn and reared upon one ot of Japan is nlwaya obliged to walk and one nfter another of the hundreds hood. of lb great river m which ytrar Lily li ' had fallen ujvon tho fatherland and In Bayard. Uric OPINIONS AND POINTERS. idy, .trier alone In public, his arm 1lng consid870 wero mrnor ni ouumcn'n oj " mv nunual meeting of confedcrnto veterans i Atx r.ngiiahCarlo, I'lungrI.o.lnc Which Is tho true national party? of mills nlong the tine chimed In, and loeaten mew rtier ngl lleadroromoat such groups tho veterans of Via 3 next, I4nj,err tnlllat Monte ine ered loo aacrctl for even tho empress to hundreds of railroad engines in tho scv .hi Vbiirr I Hell rfmmtcr whn on Itoe lit Jackson, Miss., Oil Juno privata Which Is the "loyal" party? To which "Republicanism nnd the cause of conspicuous. In many instances of tho brotherhood1 Ir.mi the Terrace. tho -broUkr. hand," bays oral rn ..road yards in the city joined .""p'rea.'ond'toe With as-- ! Great excitement has been caused at meetings for social enjoyment were tho In tho future, whether for maintenance honest elections go hund in w t.miiurirmt the outh. nnd with tho Mils. Maiiv l.owru, of New York, a tho choru Mirror hi'hiiiuiik "'" "M wrn crtt imarke' wub Ibo plantation to along suranco of my icrsonnl nnd ofllclal ap- - Monte Carlo by n sensntlonal attempt at ken up as soon as the news renohed de- of true economic principles at homo or a New York contemporary, hlch needs and constitu- to refresh Its memory by a careful I r member In the practical electrician, has invented n the heavy guns of the Atlanta artillery the lower MIm alinL tho guests of tho national dignity 1 nm, fraternally yours, J suicide, which took place Sunday night. participants and tbe neighbor who from hi m contrivance by which she is enabled to ran In advance of the presidential train, heart theciewof thoee pioneer cralt ofeen.ll. preclation, commanding United Con An English lady of fashionable nppear-anc- corous German way thus testified their tional principles in all our transactions of the Dudley letter. St. Louis rtcr It. Gonno.v, tuteo light her kitchen lire from her bed- the cnuuun firing as the car rolled on, navumlloa. of the ie rll of tkeae great w ter. nt homo and abroad, should tho Ameri- Republic. who Is presumed to have lost love for tho departed hero. federate VeterutiR. Chiand car ns bank cf the lower M room. Benjamin Harrison, who Is swingIt was not long after tho death of tho can people turn with confidence? adding to tho tremendous dm by which ot the naja largo sums recently lit the gaming jlMtli'PL ties were In um time Ibet A iill.t. ban lecn reported to tho New tho entire city was untitled that tho lareely aopplht' with grain and torare from the marshal that telegrams of sympaing around the circle in pursuit of a d SUCOUMBED TO THE ORD?. table, suddenly pluugcd headfore-mn- l fieldbegan to pour in upon Captain von cago Herald yon were gi Ing y.itr o alate to the presidency, will York legislature which ban for its Into thn sen from tho ton of thy presidential party had passed into the nun hweaternoa or Here REPUBLICANS. great staple TREACHEROUS attentkmt. or Colored Woman. ABed On. , terrnc0 0r the annexation to New York of city limits. probably find It upon his return just A sailor, who Moltko find his wife, the nephew nnd for which you found a laro foreign maiket. I Heath . Twcnty-Klgh- t. Oppression-I.UOleaglnon Hundred and Moltkc, who prethat the progre of all tho outlying towns, llrooklyn Inof where ho left It In the Inside pocket President Harrison stood on tho plat- rengratu'ate you I'M sgrlcultiiral hut event hall Mrs. Mtwnnali Nelson, a colored mcnt.8 hesitation sprang wUhont R mo. niece over Count vonmarsh alV domestlo Oily Oratory for made you not cluded. of Hon. James G. Blaine. Chicago tho field Into tho water sided form of tho rear cum-i- i h" tlifl trnln ha ..Hlpibl .mi, aifnenl e ea lhal toll SM not tsplofor , If there were reason to believo tho Times. News hays: "After rolled Into tho depot, bow ingin acknowl- wholly dewn lent uiwn tlmie great great thing woman, died In ashlngton city. Thuin-,n(le- r Tlin Oalvr-ntoi- i aml sllccei.,ied in bringing establishment. First among these mesa preTho misfortune of Mr. Edmunds' throwing that last brick at lludiul Mr. edgment to tho welcome with which tho Income of jour farm It I wheat more duy night, of ta grippe, nt tho advanced I Jlere bafe to Tho a,iy-- un,no sages of condolence was ono from Em- speech of such a republican as tho conthat jou are now mWti.g more monopolists' Is made peIllaluo Mole off Into tho deep, umj..u he whs greeted. A public reception fol- Leorn. more nogs ana - oauin. mm . n , art inun ago oi ono niinitreu ai tu iwciuy-ciginnd tho name of the gallant snllor who peror William at Wartburg In tho Thur- siding officer ot the It be painfully retirement from the senate . .. F Iaa poiaioe culiarly sad by tho fact that It places Mr. brageous woods of Marj'latul und lowed, at the conclusion of which the ra'atngbenent a.of mm n.rui iu. ino nire of tins rcmarKauic rescued her have not as yet been mado inglan forest, wliero no whs atiuo inuc. vention then would are very years, d . rltli-llotbl. eiiollze Tho we evident that treachery was rampant in Hoar first tn the lino of succession to tho A steady stream of sympathetic messmllcf party took their nirrinr hi d Weitf es- great and tbe change inge meanmore than are woman seems to bo fairly well public that we Thlf eh Her ninth child, chalrmunshlp of the judiciary commit-tc- o sages then poured In from till tho Ger- tho g.o. p. Speaking to representaI)COiioriVK rnglueern In l'uiianui corted to the Louts. Hie A Nashville de- at flrt reallie. nnd rstand that roeanueaa tin authenticated. now coming to Smuggling Chinamen From Mexico. is years, eighty over of that body. St. Louis man princes nnd from men famous in tives of the republican clubs, J, M. vnrn 81'AJ n week. It la dlfllcult to ob- pot, tho train In the meantime having Dot bo predliaudef anjhoncatJhjdiijtrT I now Tho government authorities havo "Tho .ulna 'i Stvcrf? . r (rep.). rejoice tain them at that snlart, for Uie l'nna- - been transferred there. Here another culture, tnai you uri. umanufacturing pursuit; etlll livit.g !n V.'ashlgtra. Mr been notified of the arrival in Chicago all the walks of ltfo not only In Ger- Thurston, of Nebraska, said: must bo the near born a "Shall the republican party discom uu illli.r.to Is w orw In its effecU than reception was held by tho entire party, that you ulieraliod jour tbouehtIt a toratalng Nelson wa-- Va., and slave, lieforo tho Monday of five Chinamen who evaded many, but tn every country on tho con- voto buyer and every demijohnplace over ar turning polling long band, or shall It go to tho country?" tinent The lato field marshal In his banished from two collisions. a largo crowd passing through tho prosalng and .pinning eelton nw It, 1 know no reawi. why theso lotion Jtate, wnr w as released from hard labor on tho Chinese immigration laws by being will desires that his body shall be wliieh the llatr of liberty beneficently asks one of our leading republlenn exTin: cells of tho human lungs arc train. A number of beautiful iloral of- that prodme .evenly fourptr rent of the landed In Mexico and brought across buried nt Crclsau by tho sld of his w Ife, floats." Shades of tho past! what is to changes. By nil means let It do both. nut pln lu number, covering n surfaco ferings from prlvnto cltigcun worn ton of tbe world, I should no reaon the greater account of her age. Sho claimed to why Ibcy the Arirona state line. Tlieio Is u Chiknow republican saints? If of It from two nnd n halt to three times tilneed all around tho train. Just previ liortloii ojpoit It u raw mnterlaL rather than a havo boon twclvo years old nt the time nese agent In Mexico who Is doing it who died on Christmas, eve. 1&7S. The become of tho to bo banished, what Is It's usefulness Is over, and, perhaps,o should breathing puro country air would invlg-oratwill also directs thut tho funeral shall voto buyers arc of tho train for a manufacturrd product, huldlng In their uildnt of tho revolution, bho has had sixteen kfreatcr than tho whole tnxly surface ous to tho departure raw children. Tho old lndy enjoyed remark-nbllargo business in smuggling Chinamen ot tho best of Its members enough be strictly private) and of tho most un- to bo the political stntus of Dudley, tho president in response the profitto tbe this trnlormallou of the Birmingham, men. of ten finished product material health up to lask week, when alio across tho border. ostentatious character. It Is thought Wanainakor and Quay? Must these to mako thom democrats. Louisville I.KVimiNZ, a young Omaha Indian to loud calls for a speech, spoke as folI hope It may bo a i I seo evidenceto that the mod- Courier-Journa- l. new In was liiiten wun la grippe, wnicn tie-re inrnluK their attention possible, however, thut tho Emperor eminently pious representatives of to-l- e The Log House Orant Built. attending thn Carlisle Indian hohool, low k: oi lb. m rpj,,, historic old log cabin In St Louts will overruled the lntter provision and ern republicanism bo exiled nnd their Tho republicans will not daro Cinirsa ldlro ot my aat farming and are bringing Intotn imuil Mr Vrtuow a public, evprr Ion In parting du.trle comrnanttie a lrgo population of aril veloped Into pneumonia and caused herhas Ihtii examined by tho Carlisle yon lo give Tho funeral to"K place Mou- county, Mo., which tho luto Gen. gratify the universal desire of the Ger- occupation destroyed? If thero Is to deatii the McKlnloy bill in tho next presand laborer to eon.ume at your owndoow I'reabytory ns u student for tho minis- from and enjoyment In the brief vllt lo At sana product of your farm. lam glad that a "laylifartlon by what trick the and President U. S. Grant erected with man pcoplo that a state funeral shall bo no moro vote buying, theso retain idential campaign. They will play the . try and pasM-- a creditable examina- lanta. saw thl city once under Iclreumitanc a lllioril government I making thli groat water as did not think ot a very uufavorul Is cbiractT same old game of promising to correct his own hands and with logs cut and testify to their feeling of pride, lovoand shall such worthies aafo and capable of an untnter tion. 3enitor Reajan's Successor, were making war to tbe IV although f then 1 would like am Rind that It la hero making - gratitude for the dead field marshal. their prominence in tho republican their mistakes, but they will find thut am glad tler Xi.NBTV-rivGov. Hogg, of Texas, has appointed hewn by himself, Is nbout to bo rcper cciiL ot all the rum a great effort to get It prosper tv and all them runted on f lJour own city convro'ent en I fe Hie horr .,.i r..v their tithes lo "Cheap there was n grent denl of wisdom In gloat develop In Thu luta Count Yon Moltke had In ta opening, north and s. utb an un Hon H nice Chilton, of Tyler, to fill the ' moved from its present silo and shipped inado In tho world In the product ot year that " the When Brother President Lincoln's observation: "You ha eomoloye-- i 1 Ih'ik I sm able and that it and eboap tranaportanon ? inent ino tended to leave Berlin this week for tho John's" ncniiey m tho United States Scnato to Chicago, where It will r.rvcn distilleries in and nronnd l!oton to undrlnd w'miiof the Inruei ce tbal aro Interrupted ficse land ttmt H aloi.ir jotgreat an II fn sure that I iyem cf ot baths at Kunowu, where ho hoped to Harrison has used the power of the can fool all of the people sometimes caused by Mr Keagau's retirement, Mr. for exhibition nt tho World's fair. nil old ostablUlunenls, soma at the bottom two It a'l of ri era I nm glad that It 1. br They are y that what of ... . witli mtrtaof the cu f that look Into the .. . recuperate and Improve his health. Ho chief executive to reward the judge nnd you can fool some of tho people all ouo oi the nneu of them ruutiiiitr buck tw llm old ..rTever with near and inviting aperj ever Ino "lirfrtii"." be cr ."" a gr at Chilton Is consulercu d. of Diseased American est tlo. Is known to havo been engaged on plnns who protected tho Inventor of blocks the tlmo, but you cannot fool ull of non It lew h1 the )ueet!on of war w n't wa, upon tr.ii.. in south America, that we hall iw yets in the state, nnd ho stands hlch ulal dajK In the hotisoof commons Mr. Chaplin, for tho strengthening of the. newly ac- five, is it fitting that a ollcy should bo tbe people all the time." Chicago u can havo but one thourht r w a to what I nm glad to bellevo taut thtso hi th'- - estimation of tho people. roaee.rlicr towns will .p. e.llly exchange Confederate "llAtikiKli nnd needle parties" nio tho wa best We cn all aay wlfi president of tho board of agriculture, quired Island of Heligoland when death adopted that will render nugatory this Globe. ra:4 to latest fads in country towns in Indiana. t Idler WHO csrceil agwn Mr km .atbetter than w.t.hnn.T, tvt.lt Amn,n Mltion al li.ifOOUia said that tho British authorities, had not r lascrio'l Uu the artppe. defilement uf the judicial ermine? . ti,. Miuiivainnl to be transported to A republican organ made Inbun to be right, that the tame so unexpectedly. (Iciillrmrn nro put to work hewing on anyotua what beat for tbo country and forrlgn port under the rag of our country. Col. Bi'lvrtG. ingcrsoll is confined to the slightest doubt thut the Amerieau And then w hat scant respect is shown dignant by the statement that Ben Tho funeral will tako place Thursa o mi a i oi iao his led in New York seriously 111 with cattle seized at Dcptford wero suffering lmttonn, and the ladles at driving nulls forthoworbl Tbl government of our imajorltv expressing certain recent republlenn saints by this Harrison's trip ta a junket provided by day. Thero will bo a mujrnifleeiil miliYou aro thanktul for w' it te has wroiighi pic o lie governed by a nnd prizes are given to tho most suctho grippe. Ho arrived there from from contagious disease. Kvcrythlng In tbl nd ehlnJIv for tho rnialirJpslloa It ha opened luclf by lawful ineitod tary and civic procession totho railway rotlectlon upon tno demijohn. Why railroad corporations devhires "that cessful workers. up for diversified. cduitrlr- - at'. ;e (,' ! monopolists m:ure oflj Rochester on Tuesday, and has been t3 Itation, whenco u special train will cou-ve- y should ti convention of reproach on and Mr. Hurrtsoii refused to accept a free nclusUely ag'ieultural, and rounrll..l. fcrus;U tt: lndl The New U. 8, Treasurer. other tho trip across the country, ami is paying Tliosi: Italian newspaper; that have were othcrwUo for you nr onlv to rai.e cotton law I proioo noorTloer rule eitherInnany unablo to leave his bed since. I cannot tho body to Crelsau whore, In ac- tax oaten cust such made It polb!o wpuve vldual or a publlo D. Nebecker, of Indiana, Hon. Enos IT1"'" (Icorgla It jli' lieen barred out of the limits urcnitae but lo spin and was so seldom 6ober, as for it "like t uian." t-ia btaUsl that tlut letdown Iblarulo rrloof No,'' "Nn." with tho tri,..W(..l Mb. dr.wri1f1n h,ou B?c r h treasurer, formally en cord Ik quietly wishes of the deceased, it statesman who suspicion tr,i"thu new U. S. a stats ss It C"J!'i - v rv they ' contain lottery advertisement, interred. will that his nor- expenses of the journey foot up a round to warrant tho rupretnacy "'"'J'VV. th. nl.t v,mllt'nna I nm aiirewr now nave :u.uh.rs: vrttaBTtelsis T. S. Stout, n theatrical man, wW tered upon the duties of tho olllco Monour own Journals have a many roinniqn punoae. and Ood ahall give Tbtn must be no other the same Therefore, I think whllo 1 mal o 'iidition was that of Inebriety? SlbS.000. of which xrreut sum tbe presi lawful malorllle LtnganlLan day, his bond haing been approved, cowhlded by Mlsa Ucorgte the Aid for Miner bf the Coke ltrslo.i. now irround of complaint against tho u the power to sco tho truth a 1 "gnll right let rrellio and jtnpathlio with your dlmcultlcw 'I hero bo still In public llfo many dent with his teeth firmly set together usda curduty and whllerxnc rously ojrown must all coma at laat to thl conclusion that tho an actress, at St, Louis. Stout had sent aud tho oath of olllco administered to Chicago, April !17. J. W. llannunaud give to lawsot thin country. who huvo personal reasons for has Insisted upon paying the price of a rlghtn let ii lrely and ger uprrmacy of tho law l tho ono .uprcmacy In Miss Llngard an insulting note, him lust week. every other man h equal ri ta before the thl country of our. Now my fellow cltttens. V. IlKUsrn, nn cccentrlo L. It. Davis, two envoys from tho strikDn. Ciiah. Mwnhm kindly of thut era In republic o s by ordinary conveyI thank you far your recc ion. which ha ih.nii r,,t r.tr thia wiarmundmiiirnitlm nt deui ing miners nnd coko burners of tho David Dudley Field Very 111. physician of ltnltimore, who died re- law. warm mm iio.pllatile lc from jou very onttratlon of jour resreit. acceptlnsf cordially J hen mediocrity nnd chicano Young Fhyslclan Suicides. anism from Washington to San Francisco eci. our theevpre.nlonof the chief of your city govern been In tho city solicit- were he d us lic.st passports to executive anceback. The more ono thinks of the district, are David Dudley Field, who has cently, made provision In his will for a grateful for klndnrm, rrj full 'hoiiofor ea Dr. Samuel S. Fleming, u prominent and tho aim err, enrn at, you number of silver vials which wero to future I can not wleh moro tl i that grading ment thaipeople, are I a beg to have with patriotic. young physician of Cutlln, 111., commiu topping at Mamaronock, w ns brought ing financial asistnnco for tho strikers. favor They managed to keep their deacon's backbone tho more one Is each ot terprlelng loud owner who.ovokln deiotod very They havo been on a bimitnr errand names ss conspicuous than other - i,i7n.flnn tlmt earh In hi nlmn ahull ted suicide by hanging while visiting to his homo in Now York Monday bo distributed among friends after they and luitiigout llenow addlllc" taawjeater-dathut that grand old man nm .uro that w rciillie ordtr aud through Pennsylvania and Ohio, meethe canto lib Ho la W yenrs of uge. tho felonies by which the wouldn't accept a favor from a railroad had been illicit with ashes from his ere-i- n If that IIla dona all their how.not long bo rated tlo whatpea' oi that maintain social and eyeij his parents In Indiana. Atlanta will the line here publlo ing with fair success. a tod body. the second city ot the .outh. adintni tratlon wus marked, nnd havo corporation any moro quickly than he whiro liail Bolwlween llio wcUli08edud Sensational Suicide. Invited to Ascend Pike's Peak. tbe there aro limy Af lllrmlngliam, .11. held th ir heads high because of their would accept a seaside cottage from u Ohio llepubllraii State Convention. It is estimated that In shnnty boat throng M. O. Meredith, prominent In busiand Pike's Peak ot epeeoh to thl lmmi' Tho Manlton The effort Chicago News. 8,000 families who llvo r tun. to u.anrtt nn tbrtt I BntMiNOiuv, Ala., April 10. Tho Cof.UMllUH, O., April 37. The repub-la- n cunniiV For theso It must be a serious ioiil estute "combine." too trreii ror Co., through its goneral manager, ness nnd church circles nnd local ngent nlong tho Ohio river, lloutlng nlong presidential party had tide I'htful slv carry from th'- rent war ot enttnie-- no III will central committee has fixed tho olTeiiM to know that "tho rounder, the llllllon. soarcr. J. P. Htilbort, has sent President Harri- of tho New South building und loan asHhidlnr ui thnt from town to town, and feeling ns hap- hours' trlpover tho Georgia Pacific road confolng defeut which thn C'onloileriue b e itato convention for Columbus, Juno Iu buninii r, v6to buyer und demijohn must' ha brought l.lm "Wliero did ull that ollllon nonurs son on Invitation to stop over there and sociation, of Mlddlcsboro, Ky , commit thcrw py as though they owned tho earth. from Atlanta to this city I'lm presi- Ing that would halo been lutpoirllile cJputlcu ; take one day for a trip over their roll, ted btitcido nt Knoxvllle, Tcnn., Monday and 1", with It. M. Ncvin, of Dayton, bo i rn shed from every polling place. regarding In again full pari. for tompornry chairman. A resolution But i anient republicans need not be go?" is u common question AccoimiJiQ to tho calculation based on dent's reception In this oil. van it genu- hnnbeentaentlon of Into covernnv m no pen I the theadmlnlsir road to tho top of Tlko's Peak, the high- by shooting himself in tho head. Ho was adopted inviting Sherman, roster, disturbed. Mr. Thurston did not mean the appropriations of the billion-dolla- r quantity ine ovation, nud tho tleiiun was ultlc limitation, orotherlnill.no eiehiuvon tho dust collected by a smnll est iolnt In tho world reached by a rnll. w as engaged to bo married Wednesday Porakar and McKlnloy to address the unit' nig. Ho was talking to n crowd congress. I bao taken and of mow in London in one month, It Is tho noisiest that ban lieen xperlenced him brave lonfislerate can always tako tho hund night to Miss Lucy Hudlburg, tho con ontlon. Idler V good deal of it wont in appropriasoot on the trip thus for. Adcjrrnscs of wel- of a rodpcil, I would puta. uu er vilth ooiilnifieo nad line. . who understood what was Intended. t no yoke only, estimated that one hundred tons of and beautiful daughter of Postmaster Hudltions to promote tho reelection of the I the yoko thai the Mi Ion ult.ut v Is not to bo driven from a party New Tabernacle Dedicated MrKlaley Much Hotter. Dud sottlu monthly on the 110 squaro miles como wero mndo tit tlio stniion by Gov. and thil burg. and lu " oft republican lenders of congress. The struggle Isiro whon they went I l' Hev. T. DoWltt 'lVlmtige s new uhii. executive committee Is of tho world's motropolln. Jones nnd Mayor Tune, ami when tho their unlfoniia -- the joko of tn 1h and thu Wadiiinoto v, April ST. theso bta Pulpit. whoso jvossl-lu- New York World drags a few of Fell Dead in j y Mutt Quay and McKlnloy, who wiu. quite ill SatHllAZIt. seems, for the tlmo, to have president arose to respond ho was obligation alwaya to obey It V on tl.o p'et. tnbernnele, tn Brooklyn, wns dedicate obInKicks, a prominent Chris5410,009 Blnlno- .- little grabs to light. Mr. Cannon his form, without dlatlnctlo-- i between tbo victors Sunday. . andiilato Is J. Mulligan Rev. It. A. urday night from un acute nttick of It has already cost disappointed " enemies and settled greeted with deafening c'iccrs. When and the vanquished, wc enter together upon tained 8100,000 for u post ofllco lit pre.iihlng tn thu digestion. us much better last night Clut js' Times. and will require S40.01K) more to eon. tian minister, while iHisslbllltlea a ttrcomo thut we can not mer down to a rci.rHctnblo and quiet exist- quiet was restored he said own little tow n of Danville. Mr. Quay Burlington, N. li, and his physicians and friends look fof Miclite tbl nation la lifting itwilt (lovriiNou Jonps, Mil Ma ik. anii Kei tatlmato. life) that thl Tag ahall I'oal on no pleto it. There remains a debt of 9JW,. Methodist church in ence. It now has ti regular constituPEDAGOGUE HARRISON'S PUPIL. got $50,000 for u building In his vllliigo ton new his speed v m overv. In his pulpit, Sunduy, fell dead The no!eof t'lTirr.KS "0 on tho building. tbl tion nnd president and Is a prnlsworthy Uy not tay the nuolvea, fear our Indmtrlys familiar ea. and thatbj ull tsimlng lumrlcnlly to Falls. Senator iugalls se- of Beaver will our people. exnmplo of good behavior. Trouble HrewliiR In the ItepuUllcmi Schoolby many in will be equally rharcd ACTRESSES OF ABILITY. enable mo to mko niyeif be cured StOO.000 of the pluuder for Can Stand. llOUHO. What a Centenarian Warm Weather In tht Korthweit ihla Imininne thron that ha ciibrnd towel Mns. Oatiiaiii.ne Siiamp of PhiladelAtchison, The California members of 1 Judg from whut we 'mo r"i a Mns. James Biiown PoTTim Is tho Eliza Casey, ngod 100, strayed from Tom Tatters Itcports from all over Minnesota and Haystack Philosophy. We have, nil rend of tho young lady phia, Is now In her lHlh year, and has coineu. your aiauon iDuiwr it Ik re at we neareti W, Va., Infirmary youngest Cleopatra on tho stngo; Mine. the appropriation committees obtained ,t cntbtlaslio win- - married u troublesome suitor in "Great Scott! Whut aro you gi cm ting tho Dakotas Indicate that Saturday wbj tho Cabell county, age. Tho old lllrmlnghiim the largest and Wisconsin's Is tho olda daughter 73 yenrs of 8700,000 for their state. lifter Wo Bernhardt, who Is forty-siii trumps n s'nci we in that ortl-t' got rid of him. President tollvo left the nallon I cupltalhas For al tnl I am about?" Bill Uug- h- " 'Cmiso we world's tho warmest April day in the history of Thursday, nnd was found in thu mini est. 000. lady Is In good health, andoxpects Mr. McKlnloy sereported us having recently share was the country. The highest point reached days' search up to her waist han't no bhow. Tho tvliole her deeply grateful lhave read t ho inurvelofl Sho attributes his tow n of Clinton. snvcial years yet. Miss Jui.lA Maiilowe Is said to have lui In the ho appointed Blalno to his cured 5100,000 for ng'in' un." Tom Tatttn. "What suit was 03 degrees, ut Aberdeen S, U. of a swamp several miles from her tho roost longevity to tho fact that sho "nuvcr tletelopinent -whichanlltudn laal 11.0 e jeir southern wonderful faculty of memor- Slliil thatbecanso ho thought ho could nf lieen ntlrrlui- thn These little sums will not account of a bloke bo you, anywiiy ? Do von Gcnernl fear is expressed that the ex. home. Sho wus rescued .mil relumed (aiiim-- t mountain, and 1 remember tin' n"1 ""ay want on tho stago and worried nbout anything." for u billion dollars by a good dual, but iu be u iiilllioii'iiro ami oo khi ccsslvo heat will be followed by a tor- to the Institution apparently none th izing of any woman ear utter Iho war. much I hnd miLiLisTo him better thero than uuy by a she finds that this faculty has been Inthey uro enough to show that the A cnitTAlN Harlem merchnnt'a Intest iltelsoma nncijy", Chicago '1 liu . law practice at In lanapoll. I Ho wedded him to tho nado, ns happened at Rochester li 1841 worse for her terrible experience. I,, re else. wus rampant und that known,! oipoel.by you lluixm tensified by her recent Illness. scheme to draw custom In tho checking genlleinnti ml In order to get rid of hlin. spirit of grub . but ho m' ' "J. "" and St, Cloud lu 1HS0 tirofeaalu bum mfortiiblo Plaeo.- "I'm In nn A Heavy Passonger List. republican stutosiueti wero lu It for A Tannv Dayenpout bus u churmlng of bnblcfl while their mothers upend more Inlcreited In talking alout II rmliiKhnm ....... ...i it Is ulwuys hunter to manage u the Hut i i i.i get. Luoklly It will bo The steamship CupluilonUi, which ar- summer homo at "Hillside," in an old nwUwanl posiuo'i, um. . Injured lu a Hallway Wreck. money over his counter. Tho little than nnilUUiif cite That man marriage thun before, mid nil they wmld , 1'owel oniotthe carlypromitcisei JO'ruiy. but wonld yim do In bofor thy Iihvo another iirovvn. r,nB urn numbered lust as if thci express on tho Indian- rived Sunday, brought 1,SW passongur., housn thut lies at tho foot of tho moun- man 'iter An mueii nam-e- r some J our Ittlndiiig limine r.,iar. '"oaVtraV' thu treusiirjp. tlueton for I'm between two fires.' apolis and St, Louis division of the Hlj 1,103 of whom wero lu tho steerage. tains In Pennsylvania. Tho house Is a ll.ti were wraps or umbrellas nt n bull, and we tb'o tlielrbnirnesatocjth ..WlotSio ra'Tp handle than ho would ohnneo to loot i.arii' him stnv Uiore as long nn tills eiml Four was dorallcd near This Is tho largest passenger list enter- model of domestlu comfort, and ls surnrn onlv rettiriicd to persons holding ngon otalone ieicsary lor sr t"..!0,0 I text ouimuc (Holm, I IF hu luul boon th llai around their calcilatlinnlotlioihuno aviMahUh ron wt'iitjier t.llieajo Sulurd.iv six parson wero sciiouily tnjti J rounded by trees nearly n century old. hu ed in ISostou tills season. implicates or tno could be prodiued here, auani. llerilu. pecks. of the great ll that was to b iali, marrlifil tniulii ffl. I wtlh Uha tire. DC. Of happy children. KYerjthln letllKSt. .Ttia vaodolaa rnobanter I rra rrl lin . rtUi kel. A silver on a board fs much moro canity REPUBLICAN "LOYALTY." AT RIVERSIDE PARK. ileal of Ine redullty. I thought he wai 1'JiEIIJSTOniO VAULT. dealt with thon in n boy's Ukj and a Ttiloniiry. but I b.vo regretted mnce Hint 1 din Striking Comparlton for the t'onaldera-tlo- n c'ndcr In tho nlr Is much moro com A V tTork of Krettlne the Monument to notatkhlm to pay me my lee In tnnn lota Id of tli People. I. the sieinory of lni. Drant llrgu'i. Ulrmtnchnm. iif nmrtrn)n, we thousriit thi fortable than In man's eye. Hut Har Tliade-trticttm- ) A MnBa of MnBonry Unoorthod n, war a ftreat ealanllly and mil Krenta 6o prOss upon one another in rison has voluntarily stuck this sllvei V Amid tho plaudits of thounnndn of of lire and property wa. trrrat and eaa politics that comparisons, ob- In hln own flesh so American Uuntlnirtou, Ind. citizens, tho blaro of trumpet, tho beyviiid oiprrMloni and yet wo ran ce that that ho may unow tied led u tbronnh that rod aea to a develop Lbeatln(f of drums, the boomlnjrof cnn . Oonnt Von Moltko's Death Oauses viously Just, often fall to be effectuat is; of his own free will ho bag where the people are so engrossed tucked it Bient In material proverlty and to a fraternity ed becanso away this cinder In his own eye, Universal Borrow that wan not othtrwl.e po.ilblit. Tho Indui-trle- n It I. Tliouelit to Ilo the Work ofMonni M with the ttffalri of the hour. No 'cltl-rc- n In order that ho may keep It In safety. anil tho cloqucnco of orators, ground ' that bayo called to your tnldtt many toll ulldrr. recoils tho course of tho ma- Ho Is welcomo to the comforting con(nu men are alw.tn and everywhere the con. who Wm broken Monday for tho monument cointtanl, of freedom Out ol all thl. freedom Some rudo mnnonry woji disclosed to Vhlch Is to be raised at ltlvcrsldc l'ark, THROUGHOUT GERMANY. jority of tho.rrpuUiean journals and sciousness that the cinder Is in his Irom tho tnoubua of elayery. the routli he, republican partisan advocates during eye ond scrapes over his retina in found a new Industrial birth, unco almoat view whllo cuttlna; the lot of D. New York, where rehU all that In mor wholly agricultural You are now not tho Sackvlllo AJ'est Incident can dlscov-r-r safety; that tho sliver la In his toe njid Jul of one of tho (Treat heroes of tho added the Um fruitful In crupi, hut you liato nrodue-tlo- a ThoSr Untn that either true Americanism or cannot escape. all thin. You hate Incrcaaed your Huntlnifton, Ind., . to a prorMrfrT, of tho rebellion Gen. Grant On All Classes Monro and Show of cotton and Jou have addd on level, sincere patriotism, A democrat was bounded Affection for tbe Alwut six rjatttrilnjr. .It Hudson river, decorated with In the New Hampshire country yearn In ten Increaaa of nenr.r aw president f A democrat was secretary school districts there frequently used to opposlto lay anchored erernt If) the produc'lonef Iron You have below tho natural suriace oi "" I'toting, republican Intrigue was produced three-fo- il rtl.n of the cotton crop of the enrth n pile of stones was encountered tW tomb tho warship Yuntic, QREAT FIELD MARSHAL. of state. A bo two applicants for the position of world, and It hrotiitlit rod, .Ince tho war, a nn foot toTbring about a complica school-teacheAnd it frequently hap aloiit eight billion dnllnr ol money to rnrlcb which teemed to hare been laid wlthat BoaV at 2 o'clock her minn com rzJorefen rjnyornment for tho your people, hut an yet you are tplnnlnr In the purpose. tion with They formed nn irregular" menced to belch forth a salute of twen- pened that tho unsuccessful candidate cent, of It. why not, wltk outh only eluht per msss about six feet tn ttfono puns, which were fired ot inter-a- s Meaaage. or Condolence Prom all the Ger- express pueppv) ol embarrassing the would turn pupil ana atienu, as a the help we will ulrnjotiln Kew Engl.nd ac4 hemispherical llil-nthe United States. font lllfrtl IiPTICKIB .1t..nlnM nn.l the north, epln It alH Why rot eatabllah her of thirty seconds. On the pint-for- m man rrtnee. nm! Noted Pcr.onnge of governmenttrickster In tho far west The scholar, the school of his successful who cotton mill, that ahall lend not the erode arrt republican Europe Pent to tlin Family. of flaRglu. of Blaine and Harrison near the mound were (fathered cultural prrxttictn to other market, but tha which were formed layers Tlrltlsh rival. The case 11EIU.IK, April 27. Tho denth of Field tvroto the decoy letter to the is unnlngous to tho case of tho rivA th members of tho Monument associa m.tulartured piuJuetr Why nt.t while aup. each layer formed by a llogstono ut plyln alttyllfe million, ol people, reach out Inohrn thick, six feet wide and clg Marshal Count Von Moltkc occurred in minister did U with malign motive. He school applicants. Tho president and tion, tho member of Alexander Hamilthe Instincts of an and take a part wehayonot hid In tbe rem coming morn and moro ton Pont, 0. A. It., the leading mem- - the study of the official residence of threw meroontt o world' I beileyewaa to aeenow feet Ioiil'. llelow tho mass of mason: discarded the obligations of his cabinet are' rennU.utnre In Atnertran nrtrpnerltY and la i nn.1 tUn flnmfnnn nrni nn omntv TAul1 the various Grand Army posts ' tho trencrf.1 stair of the German army Americas, at betrayed his country. to bo like a teachar with his scholars. the upbuUdlng again of our American .pi,b .nJitianrninrawlinlKul lieen selected , on tho Konlgsplatz. During . tho. entire patrtotuw pwrfl his concealed card In 1838 both Blaine and Harrison were ...ro ot the limestone t: -... v.Hw. .,.-u;- Wm . .. i tuam (niriue, i vcunn out wun tort thai an favortb ' look ohd Pontb rlctv. anil tv Ulna mat is novcr tounu t the occasion. Before the rcgu day Friday ana up to tho arrival ol tno Murchlsca Villfally. baselv. for the candidates for tho teacher's position, Invitation to tbe ttatv of fVnlral (9:15 p. m.) that brought with lMlr.rn.telv. and although Blaine was considered sr ceremonies commenced l.awsou tsoment nur neat carrying tht that rlclnlty Unless they have bee America hull y- end ol Involving us smartest applicant it death, tho field direct ond American nag and the liroduetabf AUbjmato brought there. What the structure bmvm; uller. at tho head of 800 clill and compcll- - about the. cutest and thernarleuol fouth Anteilea .In all tblwf ijccn Intended for in n rayatcry, but ilK JrjrrelMAbo Shelterinp Arms inatltu' 1 Ban nation Mmted nijojwll, and marshal appeared ha ueur but are vnlle.t. w may aider a to ' Ing the 1 m kanT af I J lilt 1 work of 'JuWiBdlra'rMnrnif-Tar trying r- - JeSi7rJa I II you will permit me I will give an floatation thought to bavo been tho mJT J , r t- ,11 '. to abow bow we bare been dealing with thl ment oi nin usual, tlnn of national I- hodof. uiouuil builders. IVAracrica," marched past tho tomb blpplL-question. I can remember wherj nd risnn was Cll I and for a man alwill flogs drooped. Kach child carried wholeaale merchant ever aent a drummer Into was as ignoblo as Mr. Cleve- aside. Blncothen Blalno has becom most an old as tho motive dilemma wm difficult. t'oos t which was the Held, lie .aid"lo bl cuMomer DEnRINO TEST OASB. njlouriuct of forgeVme-nots- , my .lore and buy but competition Increaicd. century, phenoml-na- l land's president did not demand the tho biggest pupil in pedagogue Harri atnrted out roitponement of the Hywrit Salt t'nlll ciJt upon the tomb. The Marino band and the enlerprlilng merchant If tho naturally mere health. Dinner recall of the British minister for inter- son's school, and 111 played an overture, nfter which ltov. men to tea cii'toin r, and aolla fellow merschool-rooOctoher-Ilrl- ef Coiinael riled. of Neit chant wa put to tbe choice to put traveling partaken of fering in American politics he would been lively times the wa tho U. S. su- rjr. Clark, chaplain of Department get out of bunlnea. It known Uutt The suit brought into men Into the Of course tho big wlthagoodappetito eem td me lht whateier we may think of preme court ot tho suggestion of the. (Jcinmander Freeman's staff, offered havo Incurred the censure of a great teach thtftfihopl . fitted our tenmhlp line, alnce the iKillcyut-aidinby the count. Alter mass of tho American people without he Ls better teacher, toand the teacher iiio behalf pwyer, nna a cnorus sang etery nation doe It, we mut do llor .layout government of Great Uritaln on having attended tho reference lo party. This was the ob- than tho d Ilanner." Commander of the bulne., for we bayo preltr much tone of the owner of the schooner Soy ward, It, and school out I am glad to reciprocate with tbe yery to test tho question of the jurisdiction presided. In a few nftcrnoon session of ject of the republican traitor for trai- knows that ho knows and sothe tfrceman does the It, fullnea of my heart every (raternal cipre.slon well-chose- n Cxli-critho rcichstag, as tor Is any American who will wanton- committee know words he Introduced Gen. gentleVOX JIOI.TKF- of the United States over tho seal that baa fallen from Ibellpaof the whole district-- Frequently when the men who have addrce4 me In your behalf. In llchring Sea and their right to Horace. Porter, the orator of tho day. van hln custom, tho field marshal left ly embroil his country with a torelgn teacher Is engaged tn worklngoutsomo 1 have not been aied from mla'ake. piob Tin chorus sanff "America," when tho parliament buildings nnd wnineu government. The traitor's purposo was difficult "sum" on tho national blackably I .ball not be. 1 am euro ot but one hclzo vessels unlawfully taking seal n thing I ran declare that I have .Imply al more than thrco miles from land, an fjommander Freeman nroso to inltlnto lcl,urely hotnewnrd toward tho Konlgs-Gito arouse prejudice against Mr. Clevehe fancies he hears hls.blggest he irl the glory of tbe American nation and th nartleular ccrcmonv of the day tho nlnf r. As be nasscd nuletly on his way land, then running for a second term, board, whispering to the other scholars: companlei lhsuo that has been pending between good ot all It people I thank pupil as tho two governments during several breaking of tho ground for the monu- - hundreds of loyal llorllncrs turned to and increaso the vote against him cerof tbe tat raiWIa. on ot whom I rerogalte "He's doing that wrong. Ho can't do having done mo the honor to attend tbe In ment. Before turning up tho sod, Com- - fajt an affcctlonato and admiring glance tain to be Incensed by Sackvillo West's it, uuguratlon cereroonle. for lblr preenc4 administrations, has been postponed but I can." Ho fancies the big pupil said that Greece had of tho man whoso course. thn llm form They are deaerrlng, lr to the governor, ot by tho supremo court on account ot mancler Freeman is watching for all the slips ho makes tate of ot th won famn by a genius conceived and whoso sword your eneowranemeat and of Did the republican press denounce army of the the Illness of Justice Hradloy until Oc it horocs, men who Th are the r&irt-vAfi.Bm carry worked out the designs which gavo to Murchlson? Did notable republican In his grammar and for all His misproIt Hour fullcy cot t.i hnye nunciations. He imagines his big pupil tober 10, when argument will begin single actor gave their lives to I'Mted Htate Eu- 'THE DEAD 1 fM in tf '", avfrUi .!,,, ... t)rof .... ... l rffi '3?fi' ioJnihe pJj ,i.Ensland i "U' TJi pul F i IK w ,r-..- - - j - llon-dur- a. I v 1 1 a Wt-wec-n intcr-oceanl- J ' I I ,."".."!,, "" - r-- ,. .... f ... 1 $ pa-fe- n si-n- - ap. 1 jj th-n- ks be e, pur-rKs- to sea-wal- l. . .a Mh ..,, TtPtaa ii ,,! , Globe-Democr- s rt e do-fe- 1 - I i: 1 n..i. I here-creele- d Sunda-M.hools- rl-.- ne-nm- ii- 2. 1 1 r. SM.-- UJ o-- s gen-tletn- ' first-clas- pas-ng- y 1 .,. d v Rail-wa- - ! con-trol- 1 ( concour-eoliwopl- u nut-riwi- t0, ' "i""1' ' - -- w" i,i east-boun- d n-- oi ig t""",;;'' ittk" Indto-tapoI- "J" J- . ( TiTl Va,. ' 'Vinitfti- - ET ;i'ji,?T i jr. '" ," i.v""i :,;' 1."BC(r';"'.'rv; av- - wjmu ,. rTtTsTTf; . .. J .- -'- '.- - 4, i.i. -- 'wiasumpm ' msm----- mr-" J3;aiiisigi 'i&arV?W .... iAM ' - iWpmmMWMm TQ5? " -- THE HICKMAN COURIER. Published Eviry Friday by i OJSOllQE WA11REN Hiolcmnn, Kontucky. Btrest, ntit door to at ItslL C.EOHCE WARREN, Editor. THE HICKMAn COURIER.! WIH OLDEST FINE JOB PRINTING WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH BALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, i'ricoul' Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. NlGI.MK NEWSPAPIIT WESTERN KENTUCKY. . .y .. . . KSTABLISIIED THE PKKSIDEN'fS 1859. (roo1i Vlilonarr. but IIICKMAto, FULTON COUNTY, KOTUCKY, FMDAY, MAY WtElIlSTOItlO 1, 181)1. vol. xxya. no. ETC, ETC. 28. CALL AND SEE US. A silver on a board fs much more easily dealt with than In a boy's toe; nnd a cinder In tho ntr ts much more com fortable than In ft man's eve. But Har rison has voluntarily stuck this sllvei (illAKT IUatfteMM.V"' lv on a visit, Tiik president's train lins a luirlr shop attachment Dn. Kncii'n remedy Is rnpMljr disappearing from mbllu notice. Komk In said to Ihj growing faster slwsts everywhere the eon. Out of than nny other Uuropoan city. CiiATTAM00ti.t,Teiin.,Ap.U5. When romttahltof frnedom elsrery, all this freedom Inoubu of tho prukldontbil train rearhrd litre, nt lrom tho new Industrial birth,t!io routh Iim '''"it tack concerns lmvo combined. found s onco nlmoat o:H0 o'clock this mnrnh.g, fully 5,000 wholly snlcultural You sr. now not The point U for tho consumer. In cropj, but bnro sdrted people were n'.iOlnbled at the station. the Ices fruitful hstn Inercsaedyouyour proilue-tlo- s It In proposed to establish a ninll nor. A salute f sll this. Vou of cotton snd you have ad.l-thirteen guns was fired ns wlco on tin) street cars In fcU LouU. sn lncresao In tej years of nearly M A OAlioo of over aoo half-brehomos tho president descouded from tho stops p.reest. to the prwWlontj Ihin You have of tho train. President Harrison was produced Him Won Milt to Knglnnd from tho At of the cotton crop of lb snd Introduced by Hon. Clay llvans, nml world, eight It hs. Iironirht yon, alncetotbessr, jsviilIno Republic. money was greeted with deafening cheers. about people, billion dollnrs ofsro aplnnlng enrich ytur SrAM.Kl- - loft Now Vork tho othei but us yet you In the oulh only eight pe r rent of It. Why rot, will day with St 10, WD In his pocket, tho pro- Tho prusldriit fcjwko In Mil.ntiuiOJ ma Ibe help we will glrejouln New Kncland ani follows: ceeds of his ledum lonr, the north, spin It nll Why not eatahllab h.ri Mr Fxi.iw ik or moyi rotten mills that shnll tend not tho crude Tl.S Tai.uaok hns shaved off his side- tho oppuniiBltr nmmnBCtsiiauSMl products to of ee but I burns. Ilo says his fuco Is futtor now, siwitiMt isecampoCsgrFittsrmr Its only paEUfsoturel pnxluetf othrr in.rkeK Why not while IS'luXrlci slity flvo milllo.iaot nor,. out freui.lltir Us bill t(nswr irusfc snd tske s part we hsre not people, reachcom and so ho Uon". need them. Ityiwot wnr. Its tileaaant had In tbe Vrcra torn A diet kitchen Is to bo es- "llhririo jr,, m rlno tx.iltlon lb attetul- mereo of t e world I lMllere w s si e to ee now s rcnsla.iilnco In American nroonerltv and Is sn tablished In New Vork. Pics and ssi.ot rlt simr cnitla I set Hto-dsthe upbuilding again of our American merchant rrnst uoughiruU will not "bo In It thes. hllltnr. lhln brl.llltiiy with wtkna rrfivmul marine. 1 believe tbst the, southern TiUfnt: ore In New York between "'" .urjr uviniv. i " ina atret " lurousa tjorta thai so favorab y look out with Invitations to tho hlca tho warn retersmef und Pouth wmpslgns 70.0V0 and 80,000 Italluun, 1cm than one- - thfn rosrelinl, uis1. nil I vrllh Ui pretascs of Am.rlos thill yet states of Centralearning thl sie our Reals lisppv rhlldrrn. i:ver'thlhg ts'tssnce-iClJt'ath of whom nnt wnmnn The American no J and the Products bf Alabama to the all this h"1 uJotn rnefasutfr lisa iaueslllrs vsltry are tsarlet of Hbutn America ,tumethod, but oil oid Lolivpi, tat frownM thojajand, eniteu. We lu.y airr s U i,f tho If 'duccd during the recent sesidon'of .coii- - frvm which tba rlow I'M kww'wliMrswn. now to you vUl permit me I will gl sn t'lustrstlon .how bow we bare been dealing with ihU looks iiiwu thjacnil Induilrles rrpuHntrr gross bnt 2AM became laws. to. All thlnci sro cbinscX that ehliMilnV ijuentloa. I can rtmctnber shea nd Tiik assurance Is sent orcr from Italy ! tb tint Woh then flosi-- tictfl CbsV wholeasie merchant ever sent a drummer Into nrcr Held, lie said rsajeit "Comets that Amcrieana can travel anywhere In tsaoon posts nthers still it Im lorn It the ttote snd buy," loblaeuitoraers- Increased, my frcuiila liantli but competition Ins vetrrans wtuj to Victory la bstlln, Into tbo hanJS f the rbll snd tho enlerprtalng merrhsnts atnrted out thnl country In perfect safety. Bren wbaltn It cin'om' rs, snd so bia fellow mer. sninMfm tt Tlin men to Tiik svld deposit recently discovered Cliat'Arwitt wass war's lo south, chant was put to the choice to put traveling lit Birmingham, Ct, tums out to havo tiuwlttt tbe rsUway to k1'w;iota 'he tuloe,. It m.nlntotbs txsrt, icrc. and seoms to me held orJo get out of mar thtnb of that whatever wo liTupr'!r Thrrr ).re tvt conourt idmply fool's gold, Iron pyrites. one with arms, the other with fi ratio lot! a the policy of siding our aleamohlp lines sloes Go V.IIotio, ut Texas, named one of lib tucofpeeterv nation does It. we muatdo It or atavout snd the latter tfirr.tfr than tb BrsU The ne hare pretty dsatghlers Ima Hogg. Her reproach to that which rrat It onlr crrat sa It itad. ws j lor ef theI boalneM. for reciprocate withmuch cooa sm glad to the tery Joiloxcd. and r.ow. 1'ij.lnln our out !wr father must bo "you're another," derotionto thn conatlluthja St4 'lolaws. one fultne.t of mr heart ererv fraternal ciiiresaton Ox dark nights nwhlto light enn bo strain in the fltlirtnlndtlon that ll nu.l!..u ot that baa fallen from the Up ot Ihe.o gentlemen who sddree.ed me In your behalf, tbs 'cen farther thna nny other color) on ihesfttranMor tinrer fnlcrst r:tl(0. ol Ibtue ably I nntharennt sated from rola'akr. prob been tstes shall n ral.fO. w. I have sirstn bs. t am enro of but one .hall hsts starlriS tojether Uion afirer bright nlfrhU red takes tho first place. thing I can at that I (tm only heart tbe glory declare American bate simply the Tub tiro loss for tho first three months tie iljn. of what Istbst hssstrrt lonaratuiat nation and 1 of the toroi" of this year aggregates 533,107.050, and T.nnna.fs, I ronirsmlslo t'la iroirou. good ot all 111 people 1 thank there cornpatilri or the one of whom I recngnlre m a sll for tho first two weeks of April M.tJJ.- - rltj. 1 eoncralma'.o anil tboto w thethrough having stale milltls.tbv honnr to sttend the In dons me ibis reoclv. Inter (ire fits. (hsncs of irtomlijr rommero' thtt tbrre li sugurallon crremonlet, for their preence. air the Tnr southern output of Iron has In- being wrvusht thrnnghout oan-o- trrsnnla They sro deaervln?, and oftothat of gmernor ol the state of ration tijrrotnmerew. sunlflrstlmb almtlarltr yourencoursgemeai creased from a little over a quarter of a ot InitliatioiiS and bsMta thai ali.ll In ttrns Alabama 71iey are the reierre army of the srsso efry vshiko of aiflofirn, an.l rhall Veiled BUtiK ltlsonr P"Hcy rot to have a million tons In lew) to over two million make at sot only In ooutempta loa of the law Urge regular army-- , but to have a trained mllltls m out iu nean a'i'i arronsinT on. people I that. In any citsency, wl I step to the defecae country, snd If that oilgnry shall ever ArTr.no rcceut ran storm lit l'olsom I ""Tou'orvouf cord,lgrw' 'ntt idr smt ot tho which God forbid t know that you would iiuipi of arle. lie s for the detetormi-n- t of e mnrond vol, ...o i nuggets were picked up In Uto ' oor country snd for the aetuli . of urmniltu state. aa uuicllr nnd readily r th. streets. A hick V bor found onn llml l.n J1"" ".. h ?" " The fiomcor You will Cnd all Alabama st i isws. in ima itisq aprtnrtlc wb the gar old for 53 aena are lull of blosnim. and 'i Be ; give the your back promts of saolher hsrTest sn you titnes sro Is a pig at Junction City, Kan., The president continuing, said 1 am glnd to ?lirnr. full you are children, let u that ikl for thlt widen weighs 1,833 pounds, lthbv wnai otnebsppy wrought for u. ais l'ople. ssd know that aresdltlon to aalllog to ednratlun nnd doing you n.i slfo all llovcit to lio thu largest hog In the world r.cn in our to tho vi thlngt that conduce to eoclal order M.a uoon w The Amen, an borne It the one thing we rannot n lour feet. of the usjorllr stTonl to e out of tbe Amerlrsn life Aa long A I'lnsituiioii sa wnlitte pure homes and Oed!tsrls. oertw Justice has hnnded is.sutoiate loving fathera and mothers to rear tbe children slowu tho ImK)rtantdcclslonthata man that are given to them, and Drake thftta home can r.otkiM his femalo tyjic writer withAt Atlanta. tbeabixt. of order, cleanllm i plrtr snd ln telllgesce. the Amrrcnn society sndtbo Amtrl out her consent. Atlaxta. 0a., April IV The trip can union are safe. Tnr. llttlo republic of Uruguay Is said from Chattanooga to Atls .ta w us made to havo mora nowspnpers In proportion over tho Western ok Atlantic road There At Memphis. to the population than any other coun are many historical po nts aing tho MKiirlits, April 17. The elegant spetry In tho world. route. Thesei included tl,e b'lr'lei.s cial train Wiring the presidential party A iWm.imiti. Kan, couple, nho nf Chlckamatiga, Tunnel Hill Itesaca, arrived hero this morning at 0 o'clock, ,,m married In two weeks after they Dug (lap, Kctinosaw, nll.l I'e h Tree promptly on schedule time, after an all met, were separated in two weeks after Creek. Hhort slops were mar!' at each night run from Illrmlnghnin, Ala., over of these places, and tho pr. di nt shook the Kansas City, Memphis Dinning-haIbry were tnnrrlrl. road, numss the f.ortlicni part of Tnr tics that Uto last mall to llrnill hands with a large numleriif Tt was at IIvMica that (ieni nd Harrison vvclghed nearly four tons furnishes a Mississippi. The party wero Immeditnriuuro of our Increasing tnulo rela- led the charge ngaln.t the co: 'itlemte ately assigned to the carriages which battttry In which he lost nerl halt his awaited them and driven up Main street tions with that country. lli:iir.A-ri:- u each Indlvltliial pleco of rrglmcnt. Mornhol HansiJ'll, itho no to lite Meichant' Kxchangc, fronting chinawnru ltnport.il into tho Unlte.1 companies tho president In its trip, on Court Square, which was massed State, must bo marked with tho tiamo lost his nrm In that cngnVmi nt He with people. The President was Introillb r in tho duced to the assembled crowd by Mayor wbs a of I ',ia country of origin. president's regiment. Anioother CI a pp. who welcomed tho president on Axiutr.w CAit.Ncnu: was once a places visited were Ulnggul., Pulton behalf of the city. In responding to Uy. lttssakl Hint .Vi the welcoming speech, tho president fifteen weekly tw and Cnrtrrsvlllav, As soon as the preMcntial train said: lcrs In dllToreut parU of Kngland. name Mr Sin Kliwix Aunoi.ii says tho mikado reached the city limits the sinal was elty ofrruiw OlTirrss- The me In myof the child mills hood. Memphis as famlll.tr lo of Japan Is always obliged to walk given by the I.xptwitlnu cott-iHorn and reared upon one ot the trlbu and one after another ot the hundreds tarlraof the great river uixin which year city It alone in public, his nrm being considriver mart, ered too snered for even tho empress to ot mills along the lino chimed in, and located. tbevtiadlnar pu'- - tof commerce ofwe,e the familiar th" hundreds of niilnxid engines in the sev- Ohio Valley I well rvmemler(annora on the when the take. railroad yards the city ahiirea of my fali.er n (nnn. "llroad Mlt. Maiiv I.OWKI.L, of New York, n eral chorus. The ear Inmounting joined Horn wsi loaded from the Usetbe old snd the pre.s the one of corn crin to marke wnb llio iiiiUttna along Vrnctlcnl electrician, has Invented n of Atlanta artillery the lower lte aippl I r memlwr lo bate coiitrlrannt by which she Is enabled to tho heavy gunsof thepresidential the neighbors who ecnatl' from him the truln, heard Ibeeiewot light hfr kitchen fire from her bed ran In advance tulo-- l pi.'neercrslla the cannon tiring as the car rolled on, natlgsllon. ot the ihoe of theae area! of liter w ters; perils room. Mia adding to thn tremendous din by which of the ansgt and eavng tan. pf the lower were A iill-elMlrpL In tt oo lime the.e atalea has !een reported Ui the tho entire city was notified that the largely upll"d wlih gran and lonr" from tbe legislature which has for Its pur-- ! presidential purty had lug your atstes Here you pavd into the nnrthwe.iern one or two great were gitpro lucts tho onnoxatlon to New York ot city limits. ttaplr attention t I for which you founds laro foreign market all tho outlying towns, llronklyn InPresident Harrison stood on the plat- reagrsln'aK you tbst thn pmgres. or event, cluded. hsa msde you not lest agricultural, but hat ill form of the rear conch ns vertlfloi your Tiik (lalvMton News says: "After rolled Into t lie depot, bowinglnthe train wholly depeti sgrle d e so that you sr. not acknowlatsples for throwing that last brick nt l!fllnl Mr. edgment to tho welcome, with which tho tnrorue otlent onon tlo.n great great thing your farm. It Is s wheat lllaluo stole, off into the deep, um- - he was irrectcd. A public reception fol- that jou are now mlntrr more you areinoro now corn, more hnga and cattle, that urngeous woods of Starylauil a nil lowed, at tho conclusion of cabbage. which tho rrainrpot.tori.umW.ii m lana an t sre tery The benerts of thla d ti suillcd." party took their carrlnc's and wero eschange more than wo Looomotivk t'ligluecni in l'aunnm corted to tho IxmiIsvIUo l Nnshville de- great and the Thl. synl'olliea thai we are meana h. at first realize. now coming to und rstanj that mesnueasean earn SIM a week. It Is difficult to ob- pot, the train In the meantime having any meditated tain them nt that salury, for tho Tana-m- a liccn transferred there Hern another not be that you ore nt .ding honcat Industryagri I a to dlrertltled rejoice climate Is worse In Its effect than reception waM held by tho entire party, culture, oKersliied manufacturing pursu't; that you ar' turning your thouthtt to mm two collisions. a largo crowd jmsnIui; through tho breialng and spinning rolton nawli ss raining reaon why llico rotlon alalrn, Tiik cells of tho human lungs are train. A number of beautiful floral of. It. 1 know noseventy four per cent, of the f.,t Ihstprrxtuie Iu uumWr, covering a surfaco fenngs from private ouiAcns wero ton ot the world, should not pln the greater from two and a half to three? times placed all nroiind tho train. Just previ- ponton or il i snow no rra-n- n wny incy u raw ..Tester than tho whole Ksly surfaco ous to tho tlejiarture of tho train for ahould eiiioit It product,material, rather than ns holding In their u.ldit s msnutsrlurrd of ton men, lrmin;;ham, the pn'eiiletit in ter.iutie the profltit oi thla trsnaformatlop of the raw Lkvikiiinz, a young Omaha Indian t loud calls for a speech, spoke ns fol- material to the rlnlthed product. I hope It may be - I e" evidence that the nttrii.lhig tho drlUlo Indian whool, lows; people are turning their tttentlon to new In I dlre in parting haa been cxamlucd by the Carlisle dualHes sod sre bringing tntothe mldtt of these CtTlzcsa Vr Cltunwe s public t a large len lo gh I'resbytery as a student for tho minis- from vou andenlormcnlln npnbrief of my At farming tonimnnitlc consume population of srtl st your owndoor snd laborer" to the tllt to try and passed a credlUblo examina- lasts. I aaw thia city once under rlrcunntanc a tans product of your farma. I am glad wtee-ws- a that the very unfaTorutlorh trader. I md not think liberal govermient tnabis? this rresl ol a tion. to theaessato snd capable ot anunlnter then would llko It, althougt we were making 'inktv-mvi- : per cent, of all the rum s great effort to get It 1 sm glad after all the.n ruptedene lam glad mat It la here making tho shores of your own city eonven ent nnd sate nmda In the World U tho product of years to eo tbe groat prosperI ty and developto you think i sm alile 2t.d tiit ft 'sopelEg, north and a.,uth sn unment tint ha ficven distilleries In und around Itoston. tounderataud conic Infuei ee that are interrupted nml rhoap irnnatHirtutton fur tbe sotneot the They nro nil old ehtnbllHhinouts, Mima st th' bottom ot It s'.Lsnll a uy sura Ihit I nroductdofof tlice landa that lie atoiIt. lathla grr-u-t br rl"g a r ir. ri era I sm triad that the f that wbat of them ruuurng buck to the old colo- look into ' ItTcrencea of boor mhsto een. bonerer ayatein Ton in.ontaet with porta of the giiir Ibst look ever tuo wrt at . nial dayM. It viewi-.- tbe queatlon of war wl n It was upon with n....Mt invnlhi. n.niipl tnaiinl. America, that we ahall oon ' was to what "IUlltiiCll and needlo purtlns" uto tho u rsnhavoWebut onw thought r laCoafodcrato trade In South glad to. bellevy tEat these, I am rsn all say wlm vss heat iw?s rltcr tosns will spedlly ctchaiige ,rU lntcst fads Sn country towns In Indiana, .nhiierwho carr,e.l a gun for ir:.at their burd.'nt with American sblp at tiiemouin be better (lentlemc'n nro put to work sowing ou him to us right, that the linlkn. wcountry than of the .MikKi'slnpl to bo traniyorted to any nf beat for the whatuas snd foreign port' under the Hag of our country. buttons, ami tho Indies nt driving nails, for tho world. he hsa wrought Thla guiernment of ourals n cornier! of the You nro thankful for and prlres aro given to the most sucpri'iilr o bo rovermrl by a msjoiltv.eiprestlng and chlruiy tor tho emancJpatloa It haa opened Itself methojt l.rcrylhlng cessful workers. upfordlterallled induatrtei lit to atones that rounryby lawful brought to the measure In this Ls to bo of tbe ar'icullitrul, und Tiiohk Italian uowatmpcn that have were otherwlan rtclualtelr only rul-- e prepoeo ud vinnr law. ui Indtto eottcn vidual t or a nubile nrTloer ruie eiiaertuunrde- L.iC.it pculhlo for you tie' rlocir,barre:d'r"fiiit'0f 'llio mnlls tecnnse but lo.plnand t rannot iiAU'dod under they' contain lottery advertisements, suili a auto at It could not ru.o bcu corals grce letdosn this rule ICrleaof "No, without violating inv offlclalduty I am sure wo conditions the same sa our own Journnb, havo a the old..ir,n.qa purroscs, and a. (lol now hhvn and cheers!it be no other supremacy than that of give Unuiy new ground of complaint against tho ns Ibe (tower lo soo tho truth ar 1 the shall let lawful mikiril.es. Therefore, 1 think while 1 right, uadu uurduly and nhlUrtaf sgall ciruwa realizeallund ejmpalhtio wlthyourdltucult'es.wa iwa of this fcottutry, ngntM let ua prsiriy ami geipruualy io to mint mme nt last to Ibis conclusion that tho Diu ('has. Y, Ilr.nsRii, nn eccentric every oilier mtn lis equil r' ts beforo the auprcraacyof the law la the one supremacy in Now, my fellow ot thank you for your haa I physician of Ilaltlmorc, who died re- law warm and borpltnble rwet inn. which very this country for ours. wurmnnUmagnillci cltlrens, nt dem this thank jou you 1( beiu cently, made provision in lib will for a rrateful for klndue.a, tery full lrom for )our onslrutlon otjour rcarei.t, accepting cordially hnii city govern chief of future I ran not wlati mora tl 'i th.it tho eu the exprtattou of thesincere, your at, pittrlntto, number of silver vials which wero to trrprlalng land owners men', that you are n oarni bo distributed among friends after they ami Uvlng out the new whnaosoikln grading devoted people 1 beg to Icate with rath ot addltlc 1 taw yeater-daynu tho suggo-- f Ion that each In his pinto ahull w II renllto nil their copra. hnd been filled with iiblics from his cresin Hiiro that If that Is ilono Atlanta will not long bo rated do what he ran to maintain social onUr aud mated body. public peace! that the lines hcrti.and everythe aecond city of the aouth. where s'lall he between tho well vUsponed and It Is estimated that tlcre aro fully At lllrniliiglism, Ala. tbe HUlIipoed. i 8,000 families who llvo In shanty lmats The effort of speech to this ImmeVc throng IllRMlNniUM, Ala,, April 10. Tho for me along the Ohio river, floating along presidential party hnd ndr'.glitful slv li too rreit th- - great t beg to suture ion that f warofsentlme' tmi lllwlll from town to town, and feeling as hap-p- y hottri' trlpover thodeorgln I'liclflu road carry fromam glad that tho Confederate sold'cr, to any I contenting urfe .1 which haa brouehl 1.1m ben an though they owned tho earth. from Atlanta to this city Tho presitberw that would Accoiiiii.no to tho calculation based on dent's reception In this oltt vns a genu- Inst been taen hate been lmro pari.alpvtlcn an again Into full In has the dust collected by a small quantity ine ovation, and tho deinoi s'rntlon was thesdminlatr llotinf thegorernm' ni nn pen tnllt, or ent snow In London in one month, It Is the noisiest that has lieen experienced alliesI limitation, andotherulnarstin h the it. ion of can bund him have taken late estimated that one hundred tons of soot on the trip thus far, Ad&rrsscs of of ri brave ( onfrderate "i Idler with eouin ."ic o one yoke only, snd retpoct. I would put uu on tho 110 Mjuaro miles settle monthly wero made at the Rtnlion by Gov. and that ts the yokn thai tbe victor In that of the world's metropolis. and hen off Jones nnd Mayor Tune, nml when tho struggle bore "him they vtunl boiin law nnd tho IIiiazii. seems, for the. time, to have president arose to respond ho was their unltoruia-t- hn to joke of tun on tl.e p obey It L'i obligation nlwujs disappointed Its enemies and settled greeted with deafening cheers. When without distinction between the victors and tha vanquished, uo enter los'i'thor upon down to a respectable and quiet exist- quiet was restored he said po'Nlbllllloa as uronpni that Bniun mil otcr ence. It now hns a rcgulnr constitu(lOVKIINOH JONrS, Mlt MAI )H, AMI FEle estimate, lbcilite Ibis nation te lifting Itself sh.ill Host on on life tion and president and Is a pralsworthy ixiw C'itizksh' The nolaeof our Industries to a new seas, i that thin flag coming prosperity and thattbla will not slay themtelves, auniolcntly to familiar fear example of good behavior. by many In will bo equally nharcd by utl our people. enable mo to make my.elf lie Mns. Oathaiiinb SitAitr of rhllhdol-phlo- . this luitrunie thronT that hsa githervil towel Is now In her lHth year, and has roineua. I Judife fnuu what we hi" seen ai Tom Tatters Haystnck Philosophy, voneareOyourstutlon lh.,1 no tntio In re st a daughter 73 years of age. Tho old lllrmlnRhum thu largest and m tt entuslaitto "Great Scolt! What lire you glow ling Is In good health, and expects to live roncourneof poopln that Iiiij m i us since we about'.'" Hill Rugs" 't'niiao we tramps lady nation. I capital. For a I Ibis I am Sho attributes her left tbe sovcral years yet. The whole world's deeply ijrateful I lime read f'ho manrlnrH han't no show. esr bai np 'In' us, " Tom Tatt-r- H to the fnct that sho "nuvcr development which In the laat longevity "What nut I'vcu niuiiiiK iitn wuinuilR Ol trio o wuiuvui ' worried about anything." moutilalna, and 1 remombnr tint not inny of u iuoko bo you, anyway? I)u you yoars after thn war, Mhon I had r autned my want to be a iiilllloinire und bo kid- A CEHTAIN Harlem merchant's latest law practice ut In Innsralla. I was tisltedby a scheme, to draw custom is the chock Inn gentlriunn ki nwn,lnjipeot,by jou t.lLupnn some Hoped'" Chicago Tim s. ial bu.m.ta. tut d to bo tnd profeasio rilled In talking ho so nnlngham of babies while their mothers A Comfortable Phieiv more Int. "I'm In nn II money over his counter. Tho llttlo than nnjtlUnir elie That slout wat (loinnel awkward position, and I want your adman oro numbered Just as If thoj l'owel, ono ol the inrly prom itctsef oinlty. vice, ones hut would ycra do In llroivn. wero wraps or umbrellas nt a ball, and t llatenodImutoendhis story of tinrt' i.isrt.lm my cuse '.' for I'm between two flros. In this wealth of coal thn was r, to persons holding rrffon of their nnirnesa tor jrh e'hnl aiillo oro only returned io bis "I'd stay there, as long ns this wild th" llin 'alone tei'csary for m duplicates of tho tngs around their calr ilstlrniialothnthiutne sviib shlc,ilron weutliHC lasts. "'Chicago Sulurdjy pecks. could bo produced here, and nla glowing atory Htrald, ef U great elty that was to bn ralitJ, with s d three-foarll.- l Two-cr.'.- Haiituiiis Is with in of fnrrr.lulltr. I thought hi was I bsva rcurstted lfic Hut fill nots.khlm topixres mjrle)n town int. Is Illrmlnghnin, My ronifirlin. we Ihourlittba Ho AddrosBCB tho Pooplo nt Glmt- - war s great ralinmj snd aolt u. flinM- - A irucunnoi me Dtiil tirnnrl w. cr.at mil ..I tunoogii, Atliuitn, Momphln Loiyp! OXpreaalon, and yet we ran see Ibst uu inu u. lumiiKii inai r.d aes to s uorel nn. und Birmingham, snent in maiensi iiro.irtty snd to s fraternity mat was noi olberwlae posjlbls. Tho ludui It tiles that haro called to your mid it many toll At hstthnnga, Ing men are snd 'IMP. tnj 4 . rr. l) - i o i'. 'J' is lo-- m - mes-"iig- Mr.Cnrsm-glatnvnstwelvo- or - -- s-- New-Yor- ntfli-stlo- n s- 1 1 r i ! 11 w-- l 1 1 y 1 i wel-com- 'r 1 ill, -- , AT niVEnsiDB PAItK. REPUBLICAN "LOYALTY." Work or Creeling the Monument to A Striking- - Corepsrlaon fnr the C'on.ldera-Uo- n Ibe Memory nf lieu, Orant lleguii. ft the People. fnaa fyf Mnamitnr TTttniirrtflfi Aw f Amid tho plaudits of thousands of Events so press upon ono another In Huntlngtou, Intl citizens, tho blaro of trumpets, tho American politics that comparisons, obIng of dmms, the booming of can j Oonnt Von Moltke'8 Death OaUSCS viously Just, often fall to bo effectuatMooni potts,.the melody of children's voices. la Thouglit to He the Work of ed becauso the people aro so engrossed tfniVnrB.il nrrnw A nd tho eloquence of orators, ground ' Ilullders. with the affaire of the hour. No 'citiw broken Monday for tho monument zen who recalls tho course ot the maSome ruilo mnsonrv wu disclosed to .pilch Is to bo raised Itlvcrsldo I'arlt, jority of tho. republican Journals and view while, cutting the lot of D. A. ltw Virb l,oa fcA. at -- fi i.n r .....- - THROUGHOUT GERMANY. republican partisan ndvocatcs during I'urvlance, on North Jcfforson strcoV hal of one of the great heroes of tho tha Sackvllle,"V)'est Incident can discov- . to a pivf" vrr of the rebellion O pn. lirnnt-- lln All Classes Mourn and Show Their Un- er la' that either true Americanism or uuuuuguin, iim., Abotil six tjnturdny. level Mil Hudson river, decorated with bounded Affection for the sincere patriotism. A democrat was below the natural surface of theTI byjtin lav ancliorcd onnoslta president. t A democrat was secretary enrui a pnu ui eioiics was ciicuuukieh ttJ tomb tho wnmriln Vnntlr. of state. A republican Intrigue wns a mfl. at 2 o'clock which seemed to havo been laid with her irons com- - GREAT FIELD MARSHAL. set on foot to rifs about a complicapurpose. They formed nn lrrcgulor JTtinccd to belch forth a salute of o tion with aforelgn government for tho hemispherical mass about six feet In guns, which were fired nt Inter Mesaages of Comtolence From all the Oor express porpow of embarrastlng the diameter and three feet high lcncati nals of thirty seconds. On tho plat man l'linera and Noted rcrannngea nf governments tho United States. The whleh wr formed layers of flaffglng, form Hear tllA mmm.1 wnrn rrfillinrnil Europe Sent to thn Family. republican trickster In the far west who each layer formed by a flagstone six members of tho Monument I!cnur, April 2T. The nf Field wroto the deeoy letter to the British Inches thick, six feet wide und eight' Ico, the members of Mnrshal Count Von Moltkc occurred In minister dja H with malign motive. He Alexander feet long. Ilelow tho mass of mason rjl G. A. K., tho leading mem- - ! tho sturlr of the official residence nf threw awayirdl tho instincts of an and the llagslono was an empty vaults IxriAof the various Grand Armv posts tho gencrf.l staff of the German army Amorlcaa, discarded the obligations of The stones were ot tho limestone riif snd the orators who hs.-- i , been selected !. on the Konhrsnlatz. Diirlnre thn entlrn patriotism bbJ betrayed his country. . - - o : ricty, and a kind that is nover found ifl . or tbe occasion. his concealed card lie lore tho rcgu day Friday and up to the arrival of tho Murchltea mat, vicinity unless tney nave ueer MY AAaiAnsnniAai as vr9m ajjI Lawson moment (0:15 p. m.) that brought with deliberately, ajllfally, basely, for the -- ,, Yhat the structure, had' brought thcrd. Rt tho hpad of 800 dill- it death, tho field direct and we; fry end of Involving us been Intended for is a mystery, but U)e Sheltering Anns instllu- JUSMjial nppuarcd to aa a nation .'iir.nrhiBd and compcll tbolight-t- o havo enthe workotft'sd-fntrmrfnU.iMT- i filnylttlf lnsr the natf mouuu nuiniers. TrW i marched past tho tomb lacill uJnmilVja. "Vta tion of national honor. raurchbm's vtjth flags drooped. Each child carried and for a man alDEnniNO TEST OAsa nilouquet of which wns most as old as the motive was as Ignoblo as Mr. CleveToetponenient of the Sayward Suit I'ntll cait upon tho tomb. The Mnrine band century, phenoml-na- l land's dilemma was difficult If tho president did not demand the nhyed an overture, nfter which ltcv. Nelt October Ilrlef. cf Counael riled. health. Dinner for InterThe suit brought into tha U. S. su- Dr. Clark, chaplain of Department partaken of recall of tbe British minister ho would wat politics premo court at the suggestion of tha Ccmmandcr Freeman's staiT, offered with a good appetlto fering In Americancensure of a great the government of Great liritain on behalf pnycr, and a chorus sang "Tho by the count. After havo IncurredAmerican people without of the owner of the schooner b'ayward, Ilamier." Commander having attended tho mass of the party. This 'was the obreference to test tho question of the Jurisdiction presided. In a few Freeman afternoon session of ject of the lo republican traitor for traiot the United States over the seal fishwords he Introduced Gen. von moltke. tho relchstag, as tor is any American who will wantoneries in Hehrlng Sea and their right to Horace Porter, the orator ot tho day. was his custom, tho field marshal left scire vessels unlawfully taking seal Tie chorus snng "Amrrion," when thn parliament buildings nnd walked ly embroil his country with a foreign Tho traitor's purpose was more, than three miles from land, nn Commander Freeman arose to Inltlnte leisurely homeward toward tho Konlgs-- government against Mr. Cleveto arouse Issuo that has been pending between ths particular ceremony of the day tho ' i.t, a lie nuietlr on his wav land, then prejudice for a second term, running the two governments during several breaking of tho ground for tho monu- -' bundrerb of loyal Itorllncrs turned to ndmlulstiatlons, has been postponed me nt, Beforo turning up the sod, Com- - tast an affectionate and admiring glance and Increase tho vote against him cerby tlio supreme court on account ol tasnder Freeman said that Greece had at tho sltm form ol tho man whose tain to be Incensed by Sackvlllo West's the Illness of Justice Ilradlcy until Oc- Its heroes, men who won famo by a . eoneelve.1 nnd whose sword course. Did the republican press denounce tober 19, when argument will begin. slngb act or gave their lives to carry worked out the designs which gave to Murchlson? Did notable republican The case Is beforo tho court In tho form Out a noble purpose. tho world a rcmodoled map of tho Eu- spokesmen declare such tactics unworof a petition to prohibit tho V, 8. auropean continent. citizen? Did any conthorities selling tho Snyward under a (ANOTHER WAR PROBABLE. Ouuirlttngat the cfHsfcii residence, thy an Americanlurty declare that vicvention ot tho decree of forfeiture for violating the tho old soldier appeared cheerful and tory won at tho expense of national Staking Arrangements Willi Hon law against tnklug seal In the llehrlng. Salvador dura. Which I'olnt to Iloatlllllea Agalnit seemed to have enjoyed what transpired honor was too dearly bought? Contrast Tho briefs of counsel on both sldei Guatemala. After a few j to be lib last promenade. do this with the courhavo been filed. They divide their It Is announced that the governments moments a supper was served of which their failure to disinterested conduct of argument under two heads: First, as ot San Salvador and Honduras have ar- Count von Moltko partook heartily nnd ageous, frank, to tho right to bring tho case before tho ranged a treaty of alliance between tho ' with apparent relish. Later iu the thu democratic press nnd damoeratlc court In tho rather unusual form of a two countries. Tho treaty provides vening, after drinking a cup of tea the politicians toward President Harrison tba writ ot prohibition; second, as to tho iriut In cas difficulties arise between veteran arose with the purpose of re- and Secretory Blaine throughout "loyrelations between the legislative, exec- tan Salvador and Honduras, they will tiring for tho night. Hnrdly had he as-- I difficulty with Italy. Which is the utive and judicial departments of the l subjected to arbitration, and In sumed an erect position when a slight al" party, the nntional party, the true government, and the binding force upon the event of a wnr between cither spasm contracted tho facial mnscles, American party? While in tho btato department Mr. tho Judiciary of a decision by the ex- cf tho powers and another power, his legs tottered, his form staggered take up tho ecutive as to the jurl&dlatlcn appertainach of the countries named will and then friendly arms camo to tho Bayard was required toHo laid down ing to tho United States. 'admit the other's products free of support of tho dying soldier. He wns subject of Behring sea. principles which Mr. Rlalno has c rail- -' gently and reverently carried to a couch the duty. The projected followed. While tho controversy proroaa oi jtonriuros win io accessible lo in nn adioinine room and placed there, ceeded under tho guidance of Mr. Ray-ar- d In case of San Salvador war, as some of his bearers hoped, to recover KiMuninnrd In Attend the Unveiling- of th did tho republican press uphold and San Salvador will build a branch rrom tt passing raininess, tie spoico no Monument st .Isckenn, Mls. national rights and support him in his AdjL Gen. Henry, of Mississippi, re- from Puerto Union to the main Hue, word and within a very few minutes definition of them? On tho contrary, and this branch will free to Hon- from tho moment of mortal telruro tho every proposal ceived tho following letter Sunday: submlttod by him was Ki:voliis, Ga., April 23, ih'Jl. duras under llko circumstances. It is grandest military genius of tho greatest interpreted by them to mean a substanvery plain to bo seen that the object of empire nnd most martial nation of Gk.Seiiai. Your cordial Invitation to tial surrender of our property and barthe United Confederate Veterans ex- San Salvador iu effecting this trcnty Is Europe had vanished from off the fnco ter of our rights to British sagacity or to Isolate Guatemala In the event of of the eurth nnd suddenly ns u bursted tended In Ix'lmlf of the Ladles' Monueven British gold. The democratic dipment Association, tho National Guard war between these two countries. Ac- bubble disappears In tho surrounding lomat proceeded with caution, courtesy cording to advices from San Salvador atmosphere. ot Mississippi nnd the city of Jackson and firmness, but he had ta win his to participate in tho unveiling of such a conflict Is not far distant, while Not many minutes hail elapsed since points without encouragement or con dUpatchcs from Guatemala say that the death of the field marshal before tho Confederate monument at Jackgratulations from the republican press son June S, has been forwarded peace is Impossible in Central America tho sorrowful news became known to , or party. Contrast this contemptible Salva-dorato mo from Atlanta, and finds me. ton jou, account f tho hatred of tho both the government otliclals and the littleness vena the practical unanimity , for the Guatcmalcns. my plantation. It gives mo much picas-gencrnl public'. On the strcetx and in tvftll tVdchtho democratic party and "" tho cafes groups of soldiers nnd civilians press stand by .Mr. Blaine In the contire to accept, nnd I will at once have INTO THE SEA. gravelv discussed tho misfortune which tinuation of the course initiated by Mr. tho necessary orders Issued calling the annual meeting of confederate veterans An Kngiih i.dy, After i.oalngiieatlljnt had fallen upon the fatherland and iu Bayard. at Juckson, Miss., OU June 3 next- - Monte Carlo, I'luiigea lleidforemoat such groups tho veterans of IS70 were Which is the true national party? With the thinks of tho brotherhood' from the Terrace. conspicuous. In many Instances private, Which ts the "loyal" party? To which throughout the south, and with tho as ; Great excitement hns been caused at meetings for social enjoyment were bro- In the future, whether for maintenance suraiico of my jwrsonnl and olllcial ap- - Monto Carlo by a sensational attempt nt ken up as soon as the news reached the of true economic principles at home or prociation, I nin, fraternally yours, J. suicide, which took place Sunday night. participants and the guests in the deof tho national dignity and constituII. Gonno.v, commanding United Con- An Unglish lady of fashionable appear- corous German way thus testified their tional principles in all our transactions ance, who is presumed to have lost love for tho departed hero. federate Veterans. nt home and abroad, should tho Amerilarge sums recently at the gaming It was not long after tho death ot tho can people turn with confidence? Chitable, SUCCUMBED TO THE GRIP. plunged suddenly headfore- field marshal that telegrams of sympa- cago Herald. Iu upon Captain von Ilenth of rt Colored Woman, Aged One most Into the sea from tho top of thy began to pour REPUBLICANS. TREACHEROUS A sailor, who Moltke and his wife, the nephew and the terrace or Hundred nnd Twenty-Klgh- t. .. Mrs. Susannah Nelson, a colored noticed the lady's act, without a mo- niece of Count von Moltke, who pre- Oily Oratory for Oleaginous Opprestlon-tatwoman, died In Washington city, Thurs- ment's hesitation sprang Into the water sided over the field marshal's domestio If there were reason to believe the day night, of la grippe, at tho advanced nfter her, and succeeded in bringing establishment. First among these meshere safe to land. The lady's namo sages of condolence was one from Em- speech of such a republican ns tho preage of one hundred and twenty-eigh- t Thur-ingla- n siding officer of the monopolists' conyears. The ago of this remarkable and tho name of the gallant sailor who peror William at Wartburg in the forest, where ho was nt tho time. vention then would It be painfully woman seems to be fairly well rescued her have not ns yet been made A steady stream of sympathetic mesevident that treachery was rampant In authenticated. Her ninth child, public. sages then poured In from nil tho Ger- tho g. o. p. Speaking to representaBmuggUng Calnamen From Mexico. now over eighty U years, Tho government nulhorlties havo man princes and from men famous hi tives of the republican clubs. .1. M. still living In Washington. Mrs. been notified of the arrival In Chicago all the walks of life not only lit Ger- Thurston, of Nebraska, said: "Tho Nelson was born a slave, near Vn., and long leforo tho Monday of five Chinamen who evaded many, but In evory country on the con- vote buyer and the demijohn must be wnr was ndenscd from hard labor on the Chinese immigration laws by being tinent The late field marshal In his banished from every polling plttee over will desires that his body shall be which the flag of liberty beneficently account ot her nge. Sho claimed to landed in .Mexico and brought ucrov have been twelve years old at the tlmo tho Ariiona state line. There Is a Chi- burled ntCrclsau by the side of his wife, floats." Shades of tho pastl what Is to If ot the revolution. Sho has had sixteen nese agent in Mexico who Is doing i who died on Christmas, eve, 17S. The become of tho republican children. Tho old lady enjoyed remark-abl- large business In smuggling Chinamen will also directs that the funeral shall vote buyers arc to be banished, what Is and of tho most un- to bo tho political status of Dudley, le strietly private health up to lask week, when sho across the border. ostentatious character. It is thought Wanamaker and Quay? Must these wns taken with la grippe, which deLog Houso araut Built. Tbe possible, however, that the Emperor eminently pious representatives of modveloped into pneumonia nnd caused her The historic old log cabin In St Lonis will overruled tho latter provision nnd em republicanUm be exiled and their death. Tho funeral took place Mon-county, Ma, which tho late Gen. gratify tho universal desire of the Ger- occupation di stroyed? If there Is to flay. and President U. S. Grant erected with man people that it state funeral shall bo no more vote buying, by what trick Senator Reagan's Successor. his own hnitd-- and with logs cut and testify to their feeling of pride, lovonnd bhall such wirthles as these retain Gov, Hogg, of Texas, has appointed hewn by himeclf, Is nbotit to be regratitude for tho dead fiold marshal. their prominence In the republican Hon. Ik race Chilton, of Tyler, to fill the moved from its nrcsent sito and shinned Tho late Count Von Moltke had In- party and p.iv their tithes to "Cheap vncitue in tho United States Senate to Chicago, where It will bo ? tended to leavo Berlin thti week for tho John's" When Brother caused tiy .vr Kougan's retirement Mr. for exhibition nt the Worldh fair. baths at Ktinowa, where ho hoped to Harrison has used the power of the i union is considered ono of the finctt recuperate and Improve his health. He chief executive to reward the judge Dlieaaed American Cattle. lawyer III the trite, nnd bo stands high Is known to havo Wen engaged on plans who protected the Inventor of blocks of In the house of commons Mr. Chaplin, tor j . ,.stniatltr.l of tho Pconltt. the strengthening of tho newly ac- five. Is It fitting that a policy should be president of tho board of agriculture, lagerio' Has tha Grippe. said that tho British authorities had not quired Island of Heligoland when death adopted that wil render nugatory this defilement of the judicial ermine? Col. Hubert O. IugersoU is confined to the slightest doubt that the American :ame so unexpectedly. Tho funeral will tnko place ThursAnd then what scant respect Is shown his led in New York scrionsly III cattle seized at Dcptford wero suffering day. There will be a magnificent milicertain recent republican saints by this tho grippe. Ilo arrived there from from contagious disease. tary nnd clvlo procession totho railway reflection upon the demijohn. Why Ilochcbter on Tuesday, and has been i The Mew U. 8. Treasurer. Itatton, whenco n special train will con-re- y should n contention of monopolists and unnbla to leave his bed since. Hon. Knoa V). Nobeckor, of Indiana, the body t Crelsau whore. In ac- tax uater.s cust such reproach oil tho ThasLtrleal Man PnwhMftit new U. S. treasurer, formally en cord with thu wishes of tho deceased, It statcsnmu who ivns so seldom sober as T. S. Stout, it theatrical man, was1 tered upon the dntles of tho ofllce Mon- will bo quietly Interred. to warrant tho suspicion that hls jtor-mcowhlded by Miss Georgle Llnpanl, an day, his bond having been approved, condition was that of Inebriety? Aid for Miners t'f the Coke Iteglou. nn netresH, at SL Louts. Stout had scut and tho on tit of olllce administered to n he still In public llfo many CniCAfio, April 'J7. J. W. 3 1'liiimn nnd There who Miss Llngard an Insulting note. hint last week. liuvo personal reasons for L. It. Davis, two envoys from tho strikspeakiu ' kindly of that era In republicDavid Dudley Field Very Ml. Youns Pbyalelan Buicldei. ing miners and eoko burners of the anism hen mediocrity and chlcnno S. Fleming, a prominent David Dudley Field, who has been Dr. Samuel district, are in tho city solicit- were Ik d ns best passports to executive topping at Mamaronock, wns brought ing financial assistance for the strikers. young physician of t'utllu, 111., committed suicide by hanging while t IMting to his homo In Now York Monday very They have been on n bimilar errand favor They nianngod to keep their ss com11L Ho Is 6d years of age. his parents in Indiana. through Pennsylvania and Ohio, meet- names ofconspicuous than other the tho felonies by which pounder ing with fair success. Invited to Aicend Pike's Peak, Sensational Suicide. ndmln' 'ration wus marked, and havo M. O. Meredith, prominent In busiTho Manlton and Piko's Peak Unih Ohio Ilepublleuii State Convention. held tli Ir heads high becauso of their way Co., through Its gcueral manager, ness and church circles and local agent Cof.UMlit'H, O., April 37. The ropub-ra- n ciinii tV For these It must be a serious J. P. Hulbbrt, has sent President Harrl-so- of tho Now South building aud loan ascentral committee has fixed thu offeiiM to know that "the rounder, nn Invitation to stop over there nnd sociation, of Mlddlcsboro, Ky., commititato convention for Columbus, Juno 10 bum nu r, vote buyer und demijohn must ted sulcldo at Kuoxvllle, Tcnn., Monthly anil 17, with II, M. Nevin, of Dayton, be i.-- shed from every polling place." take ono day for a trlpover their to tho top of Piko's Peak, the high- uy snooting mm sen in mo liend. ilo fur temporary chairman. A resolution But e u.nent republicans need not bo est point In the world reached by a rail, was engaged to bo married Wednesday was adopted inviting Sherman, Foster, disturbed. Mr. Thurston did not mean For.iker und road line. night to Miss Lucy Hudiburg, tho convention. MoIClnloy to address the anj' 'ng. Ha was talking to n crowd beautiful daughter of Postmaster Hudiwin' understood what was Intended. New Tabornaclo Dedicated. mint MrKlnley Much Hotter. DtiLiti v is not to bo driven from a purty Hev. T. Do Witt Twlmugo s new burg. thn executlvo committee is Washinoto.v, April tabernacle. In Brooklyn, was dedicated Fell Dead tn bis Pulpit. ny Mutt Quay and whose possiMcKlnley, who was quite ill SatSunday It 1ms already costMlO.OOg Rev. It. A. Ricks, a prominent Chrisurday night from on nonte attack of in- ble .amlidnto is J. Mulligan Hhiiue,-C- hh and will require S40.000 more, to com. tian minister, whllo preaching in the digestion, Inst night w.is much jgJ Times. pleto It. There remains a debt of KOO,-n- o Methodist church In Burlington, N. C, and hl phyMehins. nndbetter friends look for on tho building. Sunday, fell dead In his pulpit. his speed v niwerv. PEDAGOGUE HARRISON'S PUPIL, ACTRESSES OF ABILITY. Trouble llreivlnif In the ltcpublli'HU School-hoii.Warm Weather In the Northwcit What a Centenarian can Stand. Reports from all over Minnesota and Kllra Casey, aged 100, strayed from Miw. Jamks IInown Pottkr Is the it have nil read of tho young lady tho Dakotas indlcato that Saturday wsj tho Cabell county, W. Vn., Infirmary youngest Cleopatra on tho stage; Mine, who married a troublesome suitor In tho warmest April day In the history of Thursday, nnd was found after fvo llemhardt, who Is forty-siIs the oldon), r to get'rld of him. President Harthe country. The highest point reached days' search up to her waist in thu mini est. was 03 degrees at Aberdeen, S. IX of a swamp several miles froiu her Miss Julia Mahi.owe Is said to have rison is reported us having recently General fear is expressed that the ex. home. Sho wus rescued nnd returned the most wonderful faculty of memor- saul iluit ho appointed lllalne to his ccsslvo heat will be followed by a tor. to the Institution apparently nono th izing of any woman on tho stago und catuni-- t becnuso ho thought he could in,, i.'o him better there than uuy-nudo, as happened nt Rochester lu 1841 worse for her terrible experience. she finds that this faculty has been inn- - else. Ho wedded him to tho and SL Cloud In lbSO. tensified by her recent Illness. A Heavy Panonger List. strstlon In order to get rid of him. Fasnv Dave.vi'oiit has u charming Injured iu a Railway Wreck, Hut it Is always harder to manage u Tho steamship Caphalotila, which nr summer homo nt "Hillside," in un old express on the ludiati. rived Sunday, brought 1,S.',U passengurs, houso that Hits ut tho foot of the moun- nia' .liter marriage than before, nnd An spoils and St. Louis division of the Oi; 1,103 of whom wero Iu the steerage. tains In Pennsylvania. Thu houso Is a II " Minding Bhtlne a nitieli hard- 'I 'HlFtn hmidlo than he would Four wns derailed near Indliri.ip"ili This Is the largest passenger list enter- model of domestio comfort, and Is suriTflfliu hud been loft outside. Six pjrsune were seiiouily litjti J ed In Boston tlits season. rounded by trees nearly a century old. Xb iij THE DEiL"' tweii-tjfon- d-- ah Ilamll-(froitl'o- pcd tn hiii own flesh so that ho may know where It Is; of his own free will ho hai tucked Btvay this cinder In hh own eye, in order that he may keep it in safety. Ho Is welcomo to tho comfortiug consciousness that the cinder is In his eye and scrapes over his retina In safety; that the silver Is in his toe and cannot escape. In the New Hampshire country school districts thero frequently used to bo two applicants for the position of And it frequently happened that tho unsuccessful candidate would turn pupil and attend, as scholar, the school of his successful rival. The case of Blaine and Harrison is onalagous to the ensn of the xivei school applicants. Tho president and his cabinet are- - coming mora and morn to be like a teacher with his scholars. school-teacher. In 1838 UJt'iaa .th,., curVa Candidates for tho teacher's position, and although Blaine was considered about the cuteBt and smarten applicant both Blaine and Harrison wero who kBMLatr..vrsentd hlfns.lt, and rlson was cBoscTT i aside. SIncothen Blaine has become tho biggest pupil in pedagogue Harrison's school, and naturally thero hav been lively times lit the school-rooOf course the trig pup'I, knows that . he Is better fitted to teach than tho teacher, and tho teach jr"- -knows that bo knows it and the school committee know it and so does tho whole district Frequently when tho teacher Is engaged in working out somo difficult "sum" on tho national blackboard, he fancies ho hears hls.blggest pupil whispering to the other scholars: "He's doing that wrong. Ho can't do it, but I can." He fancies tho big pupil is watching for all the slips he makes In his grammar and for all his mispronunciations. He Imagines his big pupil scans every lino of his writing for misspelled words, for uncrossed t's and 1's. Whenever the teacher hesitates at any troublesome question which may be propounded to him, ho thinks he hears, while he scratches his own head In uncertain dubitatioo, the big pupil whispering triumphantly: "I know, I know." The tcaoher Is very jealous of his big pupil, bat he tries to mnlutttlu UIJ authority over him by excessive discipline. He makes him toe tho track In the floor, go to his seat on a chalk lino, sit up straight and fold his arms. For tho slightest Infraction ot discipline he makes the pupil sit on a very peaked stick. He frequently sends the biggest pupil out to cut a switch with which to tht-schspl d A"l forget-me-not- s, " ' Well-chose- n nnnl I inter-occnnl- - punish himself. Recently, when Mr. Tupper and a few other visitors from a nelghboringdlstrict called at the schoof, right before all the other pupils and th company he made his big pupil go and sit on the dunce stool. The big pupil sat on tbe stool like a little man, but some of the smaller pupils heard him mutter great horrid "swear words" un der his breath. The wholo school Is waiting for the big pupil to get mad. Somo day when the teacher sends him out for u switch to whip himself with, It is confidently expected that he will return wltfra'bfg""'"- club and thrash the bencher. Boston Globe. s T OPINIONS AND POINTERS. "Republicanism and the causo of honest elections go hand In hand," says a New York contemporary, which needs to refresh Its memory by a careful of tho Dudley letter. St Louis Republic. sea-wal- l. Benjamin Harrison, who Is swinging around the circle In pursuit of a to tho presidency, will probably find It upon his return just where he left It In tho inside pocket of Hon. James G. lllalne Chicago Times. The misfortune of Mr. Edmunds' retirement from the senate Is made peculiarly sad by tho fact that it places Mr. Hoar first in the lino of succession to the chairmanship of tho judiciary committee of that body. St Louis (rep.). Globe-Democr- at band, or shall It go to asks oue of our leading changes. By all means It's usefulness Is over, o "Shall the republican party distho country?" republican exlet It do both. and, perhaps, bieatLing pure country air would invlg-orat- o tho best of Its members enough to make, them democrats. LoulsvlUo Courlei-Journa- b ! Sunday-schools- .,, The republicans will not dare defend the McKlnley bill In the next presidential campaign. They will play tho same old game of promising to correct their mistakes, but they will find that there was a great deal of wisdom in President Lincoln's observation: "You can fool all of the people sometimes and you can fool some ot the people all the tlmo, but you cannot fool all of the people all the time." Chicago Globe. A republican organ made Indignant by the statement that Bon Harrison's trip is a junket provided by railroad corporations dedal, "that Mr. Harrison refused to accept a free trip ncro the country, nnd Is paying for It like a, man." stated that tltOf--expenscsof the journey foot up a round 5165,000, of which great sum the presi dent with his teeth tirmly set together has Insisted upon paying the price of a s passage by ordinnry conveyance from Washington to San Francisco and back. Tho more one thinks of the deacon's backbone tho more one is convinced that that grand old mun wouldn't accept it favor from u railroad corporation nny more quickly than ho would accept a seaside cottagu from u real estate "combine." Chicago News. It-is first-clas- ix-, . gen-t'emi- lo Illtldlng the llllllou. rail-roa- d con-troll- e. i ad-m- cast-boun- d i congress. A good deal of It went In appropriations to promote tho reelection of the republican lenders of congress. The New York World drags a few of these little grabs to light. Mr. Cannon obtained 8100,000 foru post ofllce in his own llttlo town of Danville. Mr. Quay got SoO.OOO for u building in his village of Beater Falls. Senator lugalls secured SIO0.O0O of the plunder for Atchison, The California members of the appropriation committees obtained Wisconsin's 8700,000 for their state. share was S350.000. Mr. MeKinley secured 5100,000 for his town of Canton. These little sums will not account for a billion dollars by a goixl deal, but they tiro enough to show that the spirit of grub was rampant und that tho republican stutosiuon wore iu it for nil they could get. Luoklly it will be soineeaisi Wore they have umithor chnncii to loot tho trvusiiry. llctyn "Where did all that billion dollars go?" Is it common question regarding the appropriations of the billion-dolla- r Glob. It i rvrw.VIM . i . ". . ar". ,JJ . " fMg.lTrar 'v ' i,'.:. . , :mmtamvmvr7mS!T, fil'ljC! il-- s a . vi mSEe 4' jsmkbhkbl m nwrnntiji'P'm' iw nj g r. im " ' jsaaWaaMtiaM Tig. Hm ' jm i i ! nr inc ii"ir-M- in in hiImwhiih wijj.j w r fnwmnii Mill I III I ! aM"WWjBnKsa fiTJT"t BlifiilliTiitW1llirnfTiWirlTMgliaC !! !! II ii Eft O0 ffi' ELm R M "7 aiwfww ifrraMiiiH Tt:o.c3. qpinpa npayRf GrX-ctxidLoe- I Evit alM an "in m& NOW st lOTeto :i$row is a on ESszlxiloi-tiox- x -- J l.und-om- j& ewrn B fclxo Largest irsv l Pb rs tins Market. cleg-tn- t trite ting that "o line of 'HUMMING SILKS in all the It which U the largest in the City. In HATS ran show jou .omcthing Nobby, and bomctliing that will please you. GENTS FURNISHING GOODS AMD CLOTHING, CAUI'ETS, Oil, CLOTHS, MATTING, Ac. I have a large Mock "' can plcao everybody!" To be convinced of the fallacy of this, yon have on!) to examine my Stock. e line of LA OIKS' FINK SIIOKS of the celebrated Can show yon a different shades. nrown-Dcsnoyc- My DRESS GOODS DEPAUTMK.XT i vime qEl Hia ai 35 33fei will BEflDV! .iV.:r:roiy of .:, sew a7Ti itvra., at S3S? s Tk&r &H&r A., k found to contain nil tlio Nnvrltlw of the Season. Have Shoe Co'h make, which never fail to rIvo Kutitfnction. Would call attention to my lino of of these goods, and am prepared to make some very GLOW FIGUIUIS on them. ryK. Ati"""" 'Mv Goods wtrc bought Strictly for "5 Cash, consequently I can give you . the very lowest prices to be had. Give me a call. && TJ THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., TIIK MKW C r.r ;:iss uarcic rOX.NTIII ri.. ' I Tlio Alliance IhulorNC It. 1 MKJIOHY. jJi,oMTio:. Why Ton Mmitl.I Voir I'or J (Frum tli Culumbu. Kortim fldpAnll.' rut-min- F i The new constitution, which Memory Is the fiicully by which lileu Vn MAY 1, 1S91. : : : lonln nf K'niitiinlr.- - R1U I a rnln FlldUCnll last week. lV tlUUIll UlOtlS FIUDAY, mi-v- r i,.r w'iw v " .w.w adopted tlio following resolu ate retained in the mind, and It la first ,on, ia a lengthy document, but nf vote awakened in Infancy by the assoolallon of For Clerk of lhe Conri r Apprnli. ter twice ciiretuiiy rend in e tue in- - tion: Resolved, That wc endorso the oMects. There are several kind of men- l,n,e "'"l W. are au.horl.ed'Tn'nounc. Mr. JAS. at.r"" T,U we !l,r,e constitution recently made by tho ."ft "f I?.tf ",8Li"'J:p""!,,,,5i?J! of Klnlit;, our position B MAltTIX. of limen county, as ww iiiiiuvii .1 adjourned, nudrecog- - lllll MI iniiTM vt m,rkaMe, ivuililno iu Ull' m B ,e ,; for Inul. fn,n,ii r.,r the offire of Clerk of the .to bo lii fnvor of its adoption, mid nizo lu it tlio effort to hold in ffnl faculty eliowa such a siriln(t ml lectual Appeals, nMet to the action give tlio reaaou. The good points Court of Solicits your business. We offer tlio most Liberal Accommodations check the rapacity of combines verslty In dHlcrent people as It 'I'lrVto.-,- , of lh Democratic, party. i,W. I In Its favor, me. frUI, jkK,f.,ljr lli I4? f to our Customers Consistent with KstitbliBhcd lntiil trusts h.v poimtltnlJoJiwI lnw, Alwmorr. - A barrier to IH HI ATM NEXA'rH. nuu wo wouiii recomuiemi n care- life, is of untold v.I.iej and he fact Ilankliiff l'riiicltles. exDcndlttircs re . GrOCrieS. HcLIC. VTfLTQ 2.XIQ. r mil hurt tci to announce be lion. H Prohibition of local and special ful perusal of it by tho people and IIK.VnV OKOnOB, of Or.fci ronnly, its adoption; and wo sucsest that and, above (' en4Mie to rrprttent Hlckimn. legislation by tlio Ueneral Assem- (this resolution bo sent to tho of education and habit, hoJy, It will re DIE-BOTORS- . Farm Implements, other faculties of the Kutlon rnicj Orf connllj In the nrxl bly. bal- Farmers' Home Journal and tho pond eooner to the demaniM made updi rillEAI'KK than they ean be bought at any iihject LKfe action of I lie 8(le Tlio adoption of tlio secret 0. 1JALTZKK, It. T. TYM.lt, J. V. I'OWKUi, It. II. I..tr.VAIH, accurati it than rest. Homo Sentinel for publication. annlysi-- any of thewill aliowAnthat ts!i Town or City within fifty miles of that vrnioeraiic par or lot. nmry f it a. a. kakis, v. a. an ucic, j. w. co wn rlNC Cairo or I'adueali not cicepleJ rur iwoniy j vitrB puai n large inn- Mmnlav f,.ullT. nlttafln( three rIAal r . Tlio control of corporations. ft.J... l Reformation in the exemption jority Of the public speakers. HOWS-- , Ui.tioot. act,. vlt- the act. of rttaln . KLOLMU iVent. -- Coi.tentme.il,- as c, j,a maae, every harrel guaran law, and correction of the taxation lii.'iB, iiuiuiumiio iiiiu uiiiiiiiiuiiva iu, recalling nu "niinring .iiuj wrii j,(mmj l 00. teed, or money lefunded, only nave iroiesspti 10 inror just aucn . r uFon i"jv u.0 u. to a cull of tlie Uemocmttc system. ih.rroceof c,i!rinK know; SL'OAU, t'i Uh best Orauulated, and 17 and limitations ns is now "tarded an Committee, the demolessening of the grand jury Ptate Extcmlre Tho ne "" nci 01 nicniurj; to the New eraile totera or Fulton county nlll mn- - from sixteen to t welvp. secured by the new Constitution, ruiv recall only whl at hat nui, viiirr w: ftaMOLASSES 30c 16Orleans jallon. 1.00. learn.!, ftt can GOc per Me In m nf tDilDD at the cour t l.o.i.e mem- valid ren can be Riven why raomofj jury and hundreds of citizens not Th tiree.fol,rt, verilot MACON, C, 7 and 8 cents per lb. WT For Sort Kyea, . lu Iliekman at 2o clock ii.ni. on SlurJTi Full Stock of JTISXnTI.K, coiiMMing of and recolMEAL 70c per hnahcl for the pnrpoJe cases, whero nine shall Qnd the bers of the Alliance aro eager to should not Include acquisition ooe belqt COWGILL'S EY2 SALVS. theWdayof M.y. lection as correlailre acl, the Headquarters for Slcel Nails, $1 CJ per nf ehoolng delete to the democratic Verdict, instead of UK HOW, twelve. cooperato with tho farmer organ- the InJispe nuable antecedent of the other Room Setts, Lounges, Centre ito contention, nhich meets In the city, These two last mentioned chnug- - ization, and demand of theso lead If it he said that the act ol acquiring 1' keg, ralesline of Tobacco., Indulinr the KaTKor Neuraleia and i'.heuniati.tr, A of IHilivllle, Ky., nl noon on the 13th 0 nt fit I.A COWGILL'S WEASEL OIL. 0P wj 8nve the State tllOU8. ers and candlthites that thev now , .! nnlfA.m" ...ll u'thM aIT.i.I V .HAlli.f Old full Dominion;' Snuffs. Coflie, Canned V & practise what they have been so u h, an" voter ."?. pleue nnl of dollars nnnnally. for utale i Tables, Chairs, $c. The ORtablishiueiit of n reforuia- - long preaching, and VOtO fortllO(of the act ol recalling Evidently Ihi shells,' Tinware, ilarln-- Wire. Il'smel and Mr For Files, m .nnn,i th ..omi..ee. of th i..m..i... now Coiistitutioti. Onirks and.1 procees of nciuirinc, relainlnf and rt- Tr.ee. Cnllara unit ItrlJIe. Hone Ae.&e. COWGILL'S PILE OINTMENT. ilemoeratlo stale contenilon ar lnille.1 to tor.V for jllVOIlilo oflciltlers.-Wo arc nIo oVw0erc:rnB'.B, to do till Kindu of The prtirliileinlfaliineetiog. hulton county VL i!? of. passes to quibbles ns to minors Huts of le eslltleu to lour ueicgiea ' W For Tetter and Hlngworm, members or the ueneral Asseiii01.v.(Jfciions wm no i e acuepteu- relaln Bhotll .enuli.d, norca i,, (Yrocev HoU,e Atx A Fais evidence Of good faith, becatlSO mt rrc.n wlthsut having retained. TbU. The prohibition of exemption by e J,,0 Cenl for the celebrated Hell- - COWGILL'S TETIES OINTMENT, Clim, len Com. F. C. lite Ueneral Assembly of tho prop- - minors objections can uo remetiieu i it is clear mat each process uepenjs upoi Plow., the best I'low that was souipiciene.a ui in .imiTiitui. Give us a .ill Iteforo buying. Our prices aro a low an tlie lowect. u. lertyof iiidivhliials or corporations through the open clause as expor 'we recall vividly what we retain perfectly evrr fc,)Ut in rullon county soli10, "Vulcan,U aS For Worms, AVnU. lhe chilled I'low made, li and - Cowgill's Pleasant Wcrxa Syrup which means an ennal tax to all teucc may provo necessary. we acquire na, and retain perfectly what etit.tlTry''Urie Cllpp'r, andacllpcommittee of Fulton alike, The Democratic luoroiidni, aim acquire nuruiigiiij "ui ,,r ,n, one. All warranted, S.iTISF.KCTIOS OUMIASTKEI) OK will pleae meet me nl the court The right of tho General Assem- TAX it.tii.Kowis rou tovxrv j we perceive clearly. .Special luclination county Doable Shovels, the origl KUADS. TIIK HUSKY KKFVSDKl). has much lo do with the lacillly a person B,t -- M.li la lliekmtn at 10 o'clock a. in., on bly to exempt churches, public houe New tlround That 8turilay, the 2J day of .May, lS'Jl, for the buildings and schools houses. !ilUn,iinc is a good plan of road acquires new knowledge In his line of amj gng, shovel Plows, For Sale by the l'roprielorv, that has been started bv observation. Thus lhe shepherd knows purpose of counulling m to what action ne -and - -- -, ' rftTTrriTTT p. rftTXfriTT.T. will take In referene to the repreeenta-tW- e Under this law, al corporations,, lIl0 joint effott8 0f fanners and each individual member of his WW H UsilW, and .eoatorial races in our diiri:t. Hindi iiiuiuiifn Miiiihe, "in i.i, niu tOWII people in Henry COUIlty, .Mis- - Jiatiniculshes at once lhe aliXht peiiillarl. , WWiNiNJ-lJjJj, & lyU, i WW VV UiAJ , same taxation that individuals nuuiu ri'il. I.l,, ia ,tu iiii me .. You will her fore ciinmiU with the enn. 11 All.n Al. 1 nil ' lies mi. i.t....r.A nil,.,, lllll . IIGU IU?V9I UUUI nr.an Hiivniinn. . men n hid II.i. 10 uuii. ii..1 , in. is .uuo rn. ',, ,,W". V. ., . Con.nbi.ly, Kentucky, , .....,.-. of your respective precincts as to now pay, and that alone is worth ioe imv.r !. r .., ii : : . . : Kentucky. Hickman, IIH lllll HIM lllllllll 111 "" ril'IMK ....... u.w.....vUw. Mil i Dealers la their wishes in Ike iirmic. all the objectiouablo features in tftrrn v"" Alnitl irtOA iilifl no fliit whooe tdlicirllne has bcn contlDfil e . nf Al.t.x A. Kakis, Chm. the proposed constitution. benefit to tllO town and to tho ad-- their relations. Oujrtla of natural Inter. DRY 600DS AND GROCERIES, The limiting of the General As- jaceilt country will bo mutual tllO est stlmulales the attention, and render Country Produce of alt kind taken in e COUXTr COMSHTIKF. sembly to CO day's session; this eXPGIISO will 1)0 borilO bv both ' acquisition accurate, for we learn eaelly1 thauge fur tlood. Cih price paid for Sutirnor l It. A'UlIt Allin. Alex A. Farle, chr'm. DDoalcr in- nd ft,,n l,erf,ct,J whal will bo another saving of thous- j.iieiowii riU'."J0 W. Cowfill.sec'y. are raising a rnsli ltrM(i u ,ne n,,,,,. hei)cet plae aud in. , kind, of KL'K.S. J. pcopio rrc4ieciioa It. Books agd Stationery, ands annually. Jos Luten, Fulton. fund, bouio have donated material, of in WIKKS 11. II. UinfrrJ, Criilchnrld. DItn.S, The fixing of ail elections in tho and the farmers are coming into the act recalling, or, In other words,' Sale, any promptness and certainty Hickman, : : : Kkntucky. MHDICIN'KS, I! V. McConnell, Jordan. upon the same day, and tho tho plan with their labor and given concept slate AVVil A7i" - PrvC i;o, W. A. Shuck, ryce. inhibition of more tliau one elec- teams. Just 6ucb local moveHere is a chance for the member of the BOOKS NOT KKIT IN SSTOCK, order, J J Jones, Saesafras. STATIOMJItY, requret Do not puni'h your ehlUrcd with blller 0 iltiling and Lon Association, or for any tion annually. "Hm Wiaffi r J. ML Cw U l l U U .. .. , 11. F. lieckhim, Uarnall. ments as Hits would result in H TLaJL.aSaTsaTsB Mationery of eery variety and style. Who detlrea a 6ue ? when Tho abolishment of tho slavery every community a system of nauseous mixtures Cure" youa can ret ''It nt VQ. Also, agent fur lhe leading uewe. KAN'OYCOODS Tfl'li mJarV." aaala guarantee C. C. Certain Chill on ;,i.t:2 Hs.ii .a. MM .i,y..!.. papers of Iho United State. "Ileinocrata, doynu want Fultn county clause, etc., etc., etc. l'OK permanent roads, if thcro were We have in just as brief space any fund from which tho Stato Any child wilt lake it. Bold by C. A to instruct for 1' V. Hardin, who, while . . BUSlillRS. . brick I llolcombe. t SO SOI1M will avii bis fniled to perform his us justice renutrCB, given n few of couttj .MKDICAL i hul, line, consisting of atore room -- - feel i I I Tl ostond niil. Perhaps bouio PAINTS, lTt'aft A''aB(ar uuijn nnu .ijvivu je Jia(r( me ui.i. the most important changes. ntttl 11 U AM 1 1 ftl ftW I! frp.ll.y8d feetdeep, with dwelling Tl iIPon EECOLUTIONS .....WW inv a nil the revenues Treasurer, to go on for years without any C .1 .1 I..... . tair.. cou.lstltiir of Onnelyfini.he.1 rooms, ITrPsil.Ti iT BQ llCLlU EL ' U8B. OILS, aeltlement, the result being the defalca- iiikiiic u i Him uiu iiiiiih iu iiiu raised by railrond taxation may be Upon Ike Death uf JAS. V. PAL.VSR, v- each leading W into a 6 fool hull, with UrBe t ( lVVWV seSSZS 8 ' tion of Taief If not, ion thottld be at omega, it is a good constitution, used to crcato such a fund. Giytt Oounal, .to. 77. 0. Ii. A purcli on eal aide uie-- l fur summer kileli A SPECFALTY. llickmnn and vole against him John but how about tho coiporationst V.irx ', k'r ' ., , , Yotiiiu Drown should receive first instrucIT JIVHT IIK KTOlM'r.O. ...nas inenxeil', Anrll,, 21. .1S9I. , en, til the latest modern Improvement, Pricoof Plon's Krcntlv reduced, j Well, they aro against it, for it inc urea, L.niei- ton! cistern, ic. nifrro, ii tions from this county." Fulton Graphic, requires thorn to pay just the same Of course tho European nowspa-- ' ,an t0 remore A o, the small brick, 11 feet front by From 10 to 20 per cent, lotrer tluin 0Mf mllUt our fri.n.l Our neighbor, being in error, tax that it does you. This is a pers Will rage up ami down their) and brother Knifhi, Jas.T. Palmer; and, .til ftil, on eist side, which ha heretofore last year. Stock all now, and latYo aro tho ngouln l?Afrf3. The members of our Council been used far llarber Shop, and well suit est improved. will submit to a friendly correc- point quite in favor of the cousti- - columns because the Superinten- for an office or small store of .tieut of Immigration at New York decui it proper, fielluif as all do the loaof el The above described bulldints any kind mill havo exclusive control, in a tion. Gen. Hardin was Attorney-- j union. are ellu lu has been turniue back diseased our comrade, to express our sympathy,the ated on Clinton street, Farmers largo portion of Fulton, Hickman words, to the friends and relatives of "J " General during a largo part of i.niE.Miixu Et'itorKAS "OLD n,l t.mk.nt1 V.tlnnal It.nk atlil the and Obion counties, of tho celo-TiMumr.sjn,ni pauper immigrants, aud will deceased. Tnte's term of Bervico as State! talk about tllO low grade of civi- llnoUtJ, That in tie death of Urolher 0.1 Fellows Hall. For term aud further limited IllBBOl) Chilled Plows. Mr. tabarDein trntlo... My 1st. Mization Keei'S aSpltndlJ .Sleek of lhe vrry Usl nakei io Uissell wus the origiunl pntcutoo Treasurer, but an examination of, that prevails in America. Palmer we buve lost an honorable mem- Information apply11. S. of all kind, ol .MUtllttUl., In,,. I n.abur nt tin. Ol vor P WW. The ono coutest which under- - It seems that this country can ber of our Council, a true friend and 8.JT.2UI the law will convince any one that Illcknian, Ky. TIIIIU III lltl linoill mi uu .lull a duty of the lies all others now coiner on in never please Europe, and just at hulfbt HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOYES, &:, it is no part Rtioltti. Thai. In token of onr enleero, with Oliver. Mr. Uissell claims , ...,-. .i.i. UnM..M.i nniiino la ii.a atrr,r.u tuBiireseiii time our utu i oriu our Council Hall be draped in uiouruiug .. i . . - .u. iu with brot,iren ,mvJ put U8 Ul),,er which an offered at ON II PltlCK, an J that lhe for thirty days. IJickman fvjarble Works, that his plow is more perfect, tho Treasurer, and neither has ho for life between tho kings and the . e8pociai oaili lt 8 a nmentabl6 nil IiIh Into imnrovemouts. than JU:sl:cd, TSsl s to?J of fhese Resoluvery loweel lhe market juslllss. iriCKMAiV, AT. any plow ho ever made. Largest the right, power or authority to people, bfttwoen the drones andlfuot, hut, as some of tho corre- - tions be furnished the family of our comrade, and a copy be furnished size breakers, o.uo; one make, cause to be made, to do- - the producers. It is a strutrcle to spondout put it, tho United States the Hickman Courier with the request that B. C. All golds guaranteed lo le ss represented horse, ?3.i.j. mand or order a settlement or in thn ilpnth. tiArviiilincr and forming has been tried at tho bar of Europe the same be published. Wo havo oxclusivo control of No 77, C. U. A. lho .verdlt:t of fiuiU' hn8 been order of Ccuocil vestigation. The duty of settle a basis for every other question,. returned. !. M..1I.. ....!.. F 1. Vll Clileftaln. Italian ano American MAnui,i tllU UIIIIIIIU ..,111,1. ni.ltliinr vuill , lliv.o, , S. B Joito, See'y. is devolved upon IIIU State either political or social, and every ments . MONUMENTS, 10MU AND UBAVE , iiarrow8,io. II BT0NES. 1 OAPT. T. 0. ALLEN. CaldwcM Hiotiul's 'True Illuo" Tlows, Auditor and tho SecrPlnrv of ?8U hJmneu' ", " .Pu '" " more or ' lion necessarily reinicti n.r. p,..h Uiieklru'H Arnlrn Nwlve. AVING In sluok, a SiiG lot of Amsr- Molino,,Fiimoii8,nand"Now De-State. TheAttomey-Generalhaless directly to tliis one vital q.ies- Co.Suon a icon aud Italian Marble. I u rt- - parturu" Culllvutors, Tin 1!wt Sai.vk in the world for Cuts, ' Sxatlfe 5i? nothing whatever to do with such lion of who shall, enjoy the yield to nit an orders. Uaiiaua MANUVACTUnKHU QV TIIU CCMUIIIATUU telH- - s ieerli t : nrulaeboren. i.Ulcer. Salt Khenm. Fever 'Challenge" and "Star" Corn ..... u..,i. I'l.iihl-.;.,- . T..11... Diitinn ninnr i .. nf!ni0, . nMiA...A..n ii ? nr work. "w t uiu tut) .!.. eciiiuiiiuiiiB. ".""v iiiiM.1 ir "' -in r. tui "ui .i. uon "" ii iih i.i tiuty to inrifinoriifTifoiiiia Drills, &c, &c. nnu post. Orders from the country promptly Crii, and nil -- kin Kruption, w prosecute critiiiunls and default- - ' prouuees it, or tno nnstociai, wno j conB(ntjon Ho was compliment-- , tivc.y cures 1'ilen, or no pay required. It tiled. Wo buy nil onr Plows, &c, di- H iiiu tutiurer ion. iiienuiu ed witlialargoaud.encooonHiosed to give perfect aaiisiaciion. guarantee- rect from the makers, and knowl er8)dto conduct suits against edro refunded, t'rtee 'H cents iwr -they aro genuine, (not bogus -i- or money " the bondsmen, and the evidence share which enables hi.r to t. box. For aale by 0. A. Hoicoinl-- , , J therefore, wo can give In idleness and Inxury, while tlio t jj0 that Gen. Hardin has done, and our farmers tho lowest possiblo wn8 t)nrticnlarlv scathint: in is doing, his whole duty in this unfortunate who sweiits li browl,,,,, romivkB nbout tho Courier-regard- . prices. to produce the means for this lux- - Journnj, IIo tot( ho w it ,nl(l Ulis. Groceries, Lime, Cement, 1'eei ' All notes and accounts due me for 1830, enough to keep represented nnd distorted facts in Tho OouniEK Is chainpioning uri', Bets barely .aqL,j W X WaTTXUil2i3 for iivu ntock, Field Scods, &c. i.l ..'.;. vJ.PA not settled br April 'JOth, will be given . ... ', ,. the cause of neithor candidate, body and soul together, in many CO k of .... out for collection. we will sell ns low us wo can afford. CI The supporters of John Young cn" "?l even thut. 'io maintain 'convention in a false light before 1:10 K. D. DKEVAKl). Agents for various factories. , this UHJUBt lirrnilgemOI)t fOfCO is ,i, If CU IIIU ..,1 !.. l? t,n. IV Will order any machinery our -' VIIU Mini UUtl Ih llttll ill of their leader for he has few, if necessary, tor ho iwtinoliio lovoj lt8e,f ,0 Louisville coiporato Sir. W. K.. fnylslatau. ft le ntls want. Call unit seo what lu tho State. Mr. of lil.etty and justice In raan, ,0 d fcnt ,tie ends the Conven-Cla- has returned to Hickman uutl rebargains we can offer you. , Is irrioii tnnti. nn iinniit iir thn iiiBtiuct of i,, -. fpiuiTE. sumed the practice of his profes- odJ) Jtospectfully, " ,...,.,... ' " ,...,i,. ,na, "- - i.ooot v,u" :'.... 7 v..o., " mriiy is a ciear, souiiti reasonor,' ",,'""" in Kn. sion. Thoae desiring Dental work .Powell & aro. Buttle Blllioiisneas, besiege Malaria, can find him nt his old ofllce. up w representing an element of tlie wi'1 assert tliemsolvcs, anil in IJCTIVItN in details that dial-- , Portion as tho danger is great so break up Chills with "C. C. 0. Certain stairs over Cowtrill & Co Weill's pleasant remedy. . leiiges our admiration. And p. Mil the resistance bo groat. This Chill Cure,"lhe by C. A. llolcombe. No cure, ilfliiiaville and Memphis. no pay. Sold UP A8 A ST11AY, by T. 8. Wi Uurdin ia ixu able. brUIUnt de- - is lll cn8e. I10W- - T," ,I,,,e8CB of it Williams, living on the Dytriburg WITH bater, a regular I of De.'monarchlal Europe, driven to May 3d and May 1th. It will of Hickman, road, about miles These being facts, tho P"ation by the oppression and bo wise prudently to anticipate Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars Fulton county, Ky., one Hed Heifer YearParlies Indebted to me, either by rod exactions of royalty and aristoc-por- t dangerous storms nt this time. ling, about II years old, marked wllhswal GouniKR can nnd will readily sup- ' I'aon AND TO or account, are requested to oome forward underspllt in left car, low either, iiutl would correct a rnuy, aro tlireiitoiitn a mighti' Should they come, indications will at ones and settle, or their claims will be r,mlHVHi,ai.,iii1,iii, Tin ton split fork nnd ear, with n white spot In nnd In right the charge against either of beaval, and the flist of May is be manifest nnd timoly to nil who placed In the bauds of an olftoer for colllouiru, - VIciIchIi ii uill forehead, and while hill. No other marks ,1H lU0 or oegiu watch for them. Frosts will oc- lection. Come at once anl thereby save uai tlio others as readily as this one "?tu "I""1 TmOiiimiiM, vlu or brands perceivable and appraised al niiiL' the revolt. Itnvnltv Imn be D13A blil.S against Gen. Hardlu. lia.MlMlIW. the value of Pour Dollarx, on the oaths of cur on nights following. Reaction- cost. I mean what I say. WITTING. JOHN conio alarmed, nnd rigid orders ary storms fnll normally about tho M. It. Langford And V. K. Klnley, tll'lt tIDIJlOX SCHOOLS. have been issned by every Olveu under Oth, but new moon on tho 8th, and ll QUiCE AND DURABLE EODTE March, 1601. mv hand this tilth day of For C'iwli Only ! JOSHUA NAYUIlt, lu Europe forbidding tlie A Few Hem of luirreat to All. Murs so near his equinox, wo havo to aud riin 4:17 4w 'PIib rniumi lin l J. F. (J. 0. tl. Urrnnt vuiiiuiiiitiiiiiMi iitjNeiiiuiagcs oxcepi indicatod in calendar, by stars, tho York, Philadelphia, llalllmore, Wash. lion innrL-ni- l 1. Teachers aro to keep such a under tho guns of tho soldiery or down prices, mill U'Se old Point Comfort, .Norfolk, 8th, Oth nnd 10th ns storm day. selling Groceries SO low, that lie .Fit. Itegister as their cHichil duties do-- , batons of tho constabulary, jucqmond, Iluffalo, Cleveland. The lfith is tlio contor of the next do, Chicago, Indianapolis, for cash and sells for cash.. A dark brown stallion, o years old this maud, and the Chairman of Trnsregular period, and allowing tho Cull round lllld tOSt tllO difference Cincinnati, Louisville pring, ia full 10 bands hlj;h, and tees mako such report as will sat-- i Sunatok Uuaoan has resigned usuul days 3E3CXC52S2LSia:2a.I, and after, largely of the symmetry of form, isfy the literal demands of the law. his seat in tho United StatCB Sen- - ure sure tobefore from west storms between cash prices and credit Knteni mi .Mriiieiier to cast pnss stylo aud graceful action of his celebrat W AND 1:1C:'01 2. Tho examinations of nppli-'ntto accept the Chairmanship of We are oBerln7 ill tralesofrialn. Medium ami tine Kurntture atcatlr renner--t prtfee. Cool nights prices. ed grand sire. tho Memphis, Vickiburg, Haton itougs, New rants for teachers' certificates is tho Texas Kalhvny Commission, withinfrosts limits.follow. Expoct Hardwood, Jr., by Hard- carry n full line at nil llmetnl Oholra, Hookora, ToIjIoh, Uliroailil, Woahotonuu, I'EUKHUSK will witli Orleans, Mobile, Little Itock, Hot ccurtceur A.. A.. held by the County Hoard of Kx- - Gov- - Hogg has announced his wood; he by Illackwood, Jrn be br Old WardroboB, Chnmbor8ot8, NlnttrosBou, 8prlnKO.Eto.and storms about tho 21st and 22nd. Kprlugs and polnls In West Ten. lliackwood. First dam out of Abide; she prlees to bv Urn Iuhd.i. Hire us a trial oiiu tiaioiivlncid. Tho scale of gradation tention of appointed Horace Chil- The lust poriod for May is 2.")tii to PIIYSICAN AflD SURb'EON couipctlllon In tuts nestee, Texas, Arkansas, Misgr"We are hMilquarlors on Uiulortnkora' Q50(ts ond discount all by Withers' Old Alraoul; first dam Kiln In ls 100. A general a vertigo of 8.". ton, of Tlor. to succeed tho Sen- - 29th. This is an eventful mouth. HICKMAN, oarry a ljro line ot Wooden uml Mvlulllo llunul Cuios. KENTUCKY sissippi, Louisiana, aud Forrest. Hardwood Jrs dam was by a lino. Wo on no subject less than (10 ntor. but (jjrUepalrUiK and Job Wuik a iptclalty. rPEItS his Professional Services to THIS NOUI'll AMI MOUTItWr.NT. beautiful brown saddlo mare, full 1U hands per cent., secuies a 1st class of blood trotting Spo:imcn Cases. Vthe cillxeni of Hickman nnd vicinity The line ii thoroughly equipped and iu high. Tlia finest of any strain America. n ner rentage of 1!i, nnd .nlG.'8C horse In (.mints hli veios The Louisville L'oRt.cominontlng condition, and provides an ex- All kiimr, who an familiar with the Turf i S. H. Clifford, New Camel, Wis., was no no subject less than .". a 2nd upon tlie war being wagod by tho cellent arrangement in time and through ltegUter, or lhe performances of the celeclass; and 05 per cent, avoiage, cornoratlons nn th nnu .nnntltti- - troubled with Neuralgia and liheumalliim, B. A t'l'ATUUr. la the time and con- the country, lint there trotters hie Liver with no less than CO per ceut. on tlon. savs: "It is not nt nil likolv his tilomacii towus disordered, degree, ap- XiaW, tin. secured by the Li lulled Lxpresa brated beeu more of pursva won, and horses " tenlence have nn alarming whs affected any subject, a 3rd class. that corporations and their agents petite fell away, and he was terribly reX,ra,;l, 0a,f'.,a Dl,g,nt'" ride between sold for high prices of this stralu of blood, Office. Cllntm. Hi., Laclede U.ock, Memphis, nt the best ami than any other. Hardwood, aire of 3. The first examination of can- - would be disturbing themselves duced in tiesli and strength. Three botU.jlsvllle S. OI-IAiimirir xt irv Jr., sold for $10,000, Illackwood, quickest servloe beiwacU the two citlea didates for graduation in the com - purely for tho public good, and in tles of Klectrio Hitters cured Mm. iuuu.ikih! his grand lire, sold, when quite an old iirerod. Edward Shepherd, Ifarrlsburg, III,, had moil schools will ho held in the listening to their arguments tho Will nltend promptly Io all business ln iter pnr lowest rales, lime tables, and all horse, for $7,000. Has proven himself a years' county seat on Friday the 1st day voter should roineinhor this fact. a runnlnf sore on his leg of eight Klectrlc truileJ to liU care. IJcnlcr In niclilJ.'VO flue breeder. leslred information apply to Used three bullies of standing FIHT7. IIKLLNKlt, Ag't, of May. 'Iho second examination The logic tuged against tho const! Hitters and seven lioies of Ilucklen's Ar- Hardwood, Jr , will aland Dili season al 011 Friday, the 20tll of June. Thus tlltion is tlio lode of nn Intnrostod N. 0. & Kt. L. H. 11 , Hickman, Ky. my liable, :i miles northwest of Jordan, nlcaflalve. : and hlaleg Ii sound and well A. W. LINDSAY, .. . D . DRUGS, MEDICINES, MOTS AND mi Ky., ami j mile west ol w, l.. Aieienuer, five large Or W. 1. MUHItELL, Agent, 0., a iiur opportunity is presented to party. If tlio constitution did not Johu Speaker, N. N. & M. V. Co., Illvei, Toon. Br's, at tho reduced price of $10 to Insure every pupil who shall havo com iuterforo with the privileges now lever snrei on nl teg, iloclors saia lie was Attoraoy-act-La-w- , Agent, foal; money due when the fact Is aacer. One bottle Kleolrlc OrJ. HICKMAN, KV. pleted the present school year, enjoyed by some of these corpora- incurable,box Ilucklen's Arnica SalveHitters HICKMAN, KY. N. N. & M. V. Co., Paduoah Junelkl tnlned or properly changes hands. Will cured and one the courso of study for the com- tions there would bo no warfuro him entirely, Hold at 0. A. Ilolcombe'i Qen'l Pass. A'gt, I not be responsible for accidents, Or W. II. paOUTY, K. L. UAUTElt. I PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. mon Bchools. 8:1S Loulirlllc, Ky Office with It. S. Murrvll. ii Drug Store. unido upon it." I Li borers Union of the 1st Con-the Rreflsionnl District, In session in Tlio meeting of tlio Farmers ami a xjayis, A H A N (What to Buy? IB ei-- 0' ll'LTOV COt'NTV. Miv w ! KICKMA1T HICKMAN, i His. ii i i.t nit, i'rrt. Jinn t. tnnuiu, t. I'rr.'t. 'V , y. J. I. W. I i ( Mb KENTUCKY. 8 W. r. JnllMIX, (...l.r. ACTS, . I lll CAYCE, ST., Paitl Up Capital $40,000.00. rs "H I I Sni, ill. 1 - M t Kr..c,.n.-check- s 5-- 1 - Oprn-Ketil- v l m e vf s mim; pn-pare- I V1' :, Bed Folding f S ' J Reeking Maitrasses, t - ".Kg u - AJLV fc Ji man-Ur- le I REPAIR WORK. CARPENTER j I S Hrowu-Miti- ly ' Shoi-ma- de BRO'S, Ho-- .,,-.X I Uomo-cra- ta -, r i " r-- IV ! 1 ..a..i rtc-lltog G.'H. Eflnger, I And ii For Cheap! eM&smm m giv-in- g ,v2f Altorney-Onere- l, -I- iwv-niu- I ..-- J fittAAf II INSCRIPTIONS I - R B BiRES'VsKD. ' 1 H3IIABIiEI" I 1 of-lu- aiiun-uciiBiH- -- ...,.........- .- ...-b- o. , EAMAGE, M two-linrs- 11 J f ft Uoublo-Sliovels- 1 s n,..0 1 "',"- io I HERTWEGK, BALTZER & GO., -- ... 'st w..e ji """ ns """i -, s , live,, , - 1 Diug-yis- ! llrowilllitV-iinatonnantnlianrni- iil -- --' -"- -"- w- . l. 22& -- & v :.- .i "b i I drug-store- y. war-hors- e Take Notice r Stray Notice. G soulh-we- - ii roior atst. ic n vXTcizir. rxmNIXXTKE. fukNitube. STEPHENS & TILES, HIGIDlAi! WAGON. V I j gov-'eriimo- nt I HARDWOOD, FiirniiiircaMUsitefer'sliooa EvtV. - par-lak- es o DR. -- F-.A.RI- cer-tillent- trst-elas- , AttornOV at T. DAVIS, nil THE OLD RELIABLE. Hani-woo- , A. HOLCOMBE, DYE-STUFF- I -- . .. - - -- I ltav-'i- "l rZTnTWKWrm i ww m mmM I MmrmnMmmiMffi eaR3Ct9HH Our Patrons, who like to luivc, and will have, the latest in everything, cannot fail to be gratified when they visit our counters, on which arc displayed the superb assortment of New JttiilroiMl Time Table. jr., o. &"stTii. n. it. Train N" At. Kill r. Tula S. II, II ! r. ( j s2 Stock is as full and complete as the Cash can make it, and we cheerfully invite inspection for comparison with competitors, and will welcome purchasers with Tlicvt W QBLD'S FAIRS Spring and e Summer Opened '1JJTg 3E3L&TW& tinw sTJW f va3Burgai II ' IIIWIT'III l - j,l m t TuLst TJp fox-X 3S33clxi"BDitioXJ-C3r . v!& Goods, S : &:-O- ur JLiOTrtT Mr. llottry Hntnnoln, n farmer of Illukuiiiu comity, is being urged Inn a proper limn to ropresont Illckiimu mid Fulton counties. Mr HiiiiiucIh would bo very ncccptuble FllltOII COUIlty. Ho If to lllllliy A fl ir PRICE3S m mm 2uJU j9l3XTI3 FAIR E. ul L I 3NT li SlSS IsSc e 00UN01L L'ltOOHElJlXUS. IliL'kMAN, i.Ktrt: Villi IV IX Trl ' M. m r Train .Xi, w, 3 an. I 111 This rajd makes close connection will, Hie li. X N at Moh'fniU goliic: norlb, and III KOOll mat), llb tie N N. ft f. V. l I'aJucal. June- lion going nonli and ihe Nlvrn aciom- Jl" Koiltllcky I'rOSB Aaanciit I ninlillftti prolnj nonih. lion inots In l'adiiciih, Juno 10th. Council rati. Crmenl Mit,ir CoglP, Ciiuutllmtn I'arkir, Ittinagr, Smith nud IlrOHii. Tin inloulfn of the Ut nixllog ntrt read, tpproreil iul nlnned AIXMUXTI Al UlWKI). Kv.ArrllUl 1801. Smitl?, rIliso 9 ss ?o. a SQUARE DEAL" GROCER, HlCIOlAX, t . present on that occasion and npplv The comolllto on ilrtrt lampi rrportid for tho entered nppeutlco decree. llitl ll would rrqulrt about US lauipa nt pniont for lb cllj. Iw l'uro All. Linen Towels, cominltle are itutructtd Onla motion, Ilia The fiiriiiorfl aro tint tier mnp y procure J5 25x15 Inches, ns bit; us this paper. poita aultabt for atrtct lanpa, end lie iiillrlcnt work thin work, mid rap. .1 Jiiy lliirgtiin. coinmlllre U coiillnued. illy redlining lost time. The Smith, Ki.mhon & Co. edited Cltr ClerkT.reported that be bad ex Mr. IS. Llnilcti linn n voiinc H. JtcMilnn fur north deed lo A majority of the members of half of lot No. 13 lu Cltr Crottltry, he chicken with four well developed, Iol's, and in walking each is nut Alliance, and u very larco ma batrlnn filed Supt. Dillon' receipt for ' jority of democrats who aid not fil K0 lament for aame. in motion. of tho Alliance, In tho On loollon, Council adjourned. Allel, coo .i Anl.wl.lo "ompjllo 'members counties, aro sincerely Pnrolllu0 W.I. McCUTCIIKX, C. R. BM.ll., tjlut tiero B,l ,lot be ,mxout Warren, Davlca and McCleau liny cullinimi or ilelit botweon FAOT3 FOU THB PEOPLE. counties, in ntnt Saturday's lino- - theso olemouts in tho .mining of Lemon Chill Toulo more generally ocrntio primaries, instructed Tor candidates, tint lneiu is ;;l:o :::: j uieii. li more piratanl to lake ana moie John Young llrown for Governor, element In theso counties up pur certain to cure than any cMli lonio on die me propiieiom nmnorilfl Hie I to force a iljht. . l0 LI, .rL... who 'Jiul Fisherman "Master I mar enlly ,l.i.., no ami vol how the llsh live In the sea." Kmliroilored Uress,'" "'" he'omoney Inta OO claimed for It or refund 1st Fisherman "Marry, as men Itobcs. Tim it (i lUtnjutn, ... .,...! vi .t "ickriunK riiiii yoi iuncii .10 a;1" i. i.i i "iil child, l.'iU li to pleaainl to lake do upon laud; tho big ones cat the Smith, ISi.i.iho.n & Co. your nick,uir littlo ones." PcrUlct of fyrc. lime Hickman merchants aro (lis that Iher look with pln.inre lo Cothegill & Have your lluL'cies and Cur cumhIiij; tho idea of contributing for another doe. For talc bjr Cowglll. Hugos painted by John Dunncr. nn amount in money pto rula with A corrcRpoudeut of tho CourAll work Kuumnteed. ahnp with the farmera In labor to build good J. ! Gray, 'iuslily of work not w uioi) roads leadlnir Into lllckui.tn ier makes the lovincand dutiful r:l-tHomo contend that such an in NUUKCsiiuh tu tho gOOl! pCOp'.C cf to be excelled. county, who have loved I). 0. Kelly, who was sus- veslmcut would bo better thiiu it Kov. subsrriptlon ton ratlrnad. Hut,, dead ones buried in ourdifl'etont pended for six months, is onco still, and more llkolv to bo cctnotcries and cravcvaids. to do iiinri! preaching, and his return to bettor The fi)llowtnt ncoonnU wtre jir'ienled apprntol, which, on luot ion, were Tlio editor of tho Coumisrt, 31 proptiljr ami check orltreJ lnued for the lyenin in the IinrncsB. Iiasuovcreu. alloxrtl. moanli: joyed the prlvllopo nnd pleasure of ft l'r1if r, for roil, 3 50 U oor ,uciu-tlons- , A. W. Unduy. Cltr Atlorntr. for 30 If ton wi.M one or )o'l IhUd Riu lvm auS il it inn. do It, niieuutnbut Deo voleiiB, . lll of enet eolicetrd 10 Mt, 21.30 f J.w lll JrrtllM, mlliat I! will bat lLa lilrkl- 111. II. preachers sny, we oxpoct to the A. i. en KiD(iiin, for rerliloa ol Tti cbM be 30.00 LOCAL NEWS. I ii. Oc U0Rt !' brnniln lr. I'lo" Onllro, Smith, Kluhon & Co. 1 this Spring than ever before. in every respect, anil prices Heason why? Ilecausebur Clothing is firel-claart right. Well made; merchant tailors couldn't do better. Perfect injU; if , your measure hail becfHjrWj' nnl your suit made to order, you could not tjetj, a better fit than wo can jiudon you. We are snowing all styles Sacks, Frocks; Cutaways, Prince Alberts, &t., in all grades, and ot extremely low prices. Wo also show a large HneJof Hoys ami Children's Suits and Pants. Also, Children's Waists alii Knee Pants. Look at our line of Sulu before buying. "Wc arc fielling more Clothing; Kentucky. &' Goods Delivered Free of Charge. I SUMMER CLOTHING. Al- Attention, Farmers I lo We arc showing n large variety of Coats anil Vests for Summer wear pacas, Mohairs, Cashmeres, Flannels, Ac, for Men and Uoys. 5c I l, .- -tr I ',. ''"'" " Wo nre headquarters for Footwear. Our $2.00 Ladies Dongola Ilutton is a beauty. Equal to any $2.50 Shoe shown elsewhere. We liave them all juV.cs, D and E width, Common Sclise and Opera lasts. Try them. A very largo aluuk of Ladles, Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers, from tlie chc.tpest to tho finest. We can certainly plca.se in Shoes. I 3MCoxx"s Try our Men's Gaiter. Lace and 2.00 "Shamrock" Shoe. All Calf. Warranted. We carry a very full line of Men's and Boys' Shoes of all grades. -- and. Boys' Slioes. sfTWlsi V ..:.aHV j.traU. &iu.yiX5sxiiLiiiufjiffi2ia&r f776?a.,yA'Ci MOWERS, FIELD 3Iur)tot-ro- Vrf.Uk.-- 2? ujJ' SPRING- - f Wo oxter..! a hearty invitation to al! to eon!".? must be seen to be appreciated. and examine the magnificent Stock of Goods we have on display this Spring. Is now full in every department, and we nre oflcring many grand bargains which DEERIN6 BINDERS AND BINDER-TWIN- E AND JICMt In the THRESHERS,. i' Hale nt & Co's Cbsppell and Machines opposite our beloved dead ones ami show II. I'. Johnson nill be pleased lo show jou the working of thee Mnchlnes, give you hiegant Line of Illack drcnaMUCK llnoH is thojilaco tORo' r respect nud romembranco of price", and answer all fjuestions. with every sale. Satisfaction guaranteed bJtiTH, Kluhon & Co. Prices as In hi the Lust en he nold. to have yourcyes tested and filled dious tlicm by decorntitiff their Knives Will alo buy your Corn, Hofrs, Sheep and Cattle, and sell you all kinds of to Spectacles of all kinds. 8:2:2 Mr. S. U. Krwin, ox'Trcnldtiit with llowers, and siteh cerctnnuics at prices that defy competition. Call and see us before purchasing. may seem uieto and appropriate, Corn Is scllliiL' at 'H) cents n'of the Stato Allianco, in company i beautiful suggestion, and S. E. & G-- . bushel in West Tennessee towns, "M our worthy countyiiiaii, W.ilt iSlLi ho comtnunicaliou will bo pub-toKemimly, called on tho nud may go tori. Meanwhile cot. Ihe uiton is oulv S cents, nud tending Wodnesdny. mid good old weffr- - Haliort next week. downwanl.' Thero Is food for re" B0!l"' Democracy was tlio tcpisi )pcrs aro reqnestod to notico tho ! llcctlou In these two statemcnls.' erved on tho occasion. Mf l.'l- - ntoveuiont and suggest tlio day. m win Im oiumrrnil In ili.11 vnilnrr nin HOW TRY THIS. Miss MnpRlo Davis, a yonnj.' C0trp8 lo tho . intais ' ady of thl. county, now attondiuK eoMllly. ne - not nn nuiioiiocrtl von nolhlne and will nirelr It , ! icliool at Trenton, Tent.., oouttlli.. for Stato Senator, but Jo ' yon "0", It yon Ua,. a Couch, Cold, or i titcsa wciiwrtiuiicomposiiioino gjnH )l0 vin bo 0ipilloiil lo Uto any trouble wllb Throat, (Tie. I or Lungt. tho COUUIKU, Which lierilSNOClaleS nill nt ,U i.nnln If llinr dkirn. Dr. Klnj'a Xrw I)lcotery for Coonump. nud friends will read with pleasure. ,ia candidacy, and that ho has r0. lion, Couchi and Coldi la guaranleed to lloel-ke- r money will lie (ire relief, c, fuIIVren fromor La Orippo found paid bark. Ilemttiful IMiotogmpli Frames cehod great encouragemenl, ll Jut ibe though sincerely not ilcslrius tlnit Iblng nnd under Ita uie bad it icedy nml complete, c .00, nt Steel Plows, ImOur Stock is complete in all liiu, and wo respectfully invite tho Public to call and judge or any other public otllce. perlrel reeoTcry. Try a Muiple bottle al D. IS. Wilhok & Com. juat opt'UM! nnd learn for for themselves us to Quality, Price, &c. Our Lime, Cctnont, Salt, Hay, Ilrtii, our iciiod a ibinr It la Trial)ouretf free Hon. Henry George, a Demo- lion lotlle on hand, al (.'. A. Holeomb'a Drugstore. Itrge llie - &c, wo keop constantly oratlo candldato forStnto SenaSupply Seeds oOc. nnd MOU. 'J tor, was in Hiuktuau Sunday and at lowest prices. mm avi auatn auaa i an 1:1 Mr SMITH, Ul.LISON & Co. Monday lasl, mixing with our penm as 3VdC. ,,l';..ir0,8'V. r'n1""'1 ,,,0,I?,1,"l, -- The county Democratic on,,,, cot, , tQ ,cet Bt ,ho com. Thomi'Son McCptchkn lnItteo In this to mo core. AVI ,J()U80 ut 10 O.,,ock to mrn,w Gloves, Lnccs, city, nt the residence of the 1 Try n bag of "Crown Jewell", morning, to consider tho pniciiea- bride's pnreuts, by Rev. GtifiVo Oautlamala and Java mix. bllily aud necessity of nominating Mooney, Thursday evenand cd 3 lbs for $1.00, nt party candidates for Heprrsonta. ing, April 30th, Mr. J. A. Tliomp-eoF. IS. Cahi:'h. jtivo and stato senator. An lc- to Mien Mlnnlo McCutchcn. Financial men traiuact tbelr business on business principles. Ladies, Misses and ChildrcnV OXFOllD TIES and SHOES, from the cheapest to the finest i,iz0l,B " Why make an exception in placing your Life Iuturance? Tho brldo is tho accomplished -F- ishermen along tho rivers, '!',"l of, Custom-mad- e Goods. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Hats, Caps, Ties, Handnominations daughter of Mr. W. L. McCutch. Why pay 100 nben you can purchase as good Insurance for ?50? arc notiiied not to disturb rilVM;''';"crats have madeCraves kerchief;,, CLOTHING, the In one of tbe slronot and best companies in tbe world. &, and a large stock of HEADY-MADposlllons in couii. cu, and ono of the most exemplary ornmetit lighls. (Jommnuder Mo ., ' In other nor J., U it not a pm of wlmlom to ocurc 510,000 In the Mutual ltd. Latest Cut and Lowest Price. A good quality of and aro urgent that tho snnio and best beloved young Indies of Oregor, U. S. Light House In- serve Fund Life Association for the same cost that you have to pay in other compaolea B,,nl1 kn" i'0,8,0 " , society, nnd tho groom Hickman for j,GO0? spectur.hus notllled ilnlionnoii on cl"Jt ' one of tho leading business young Sound as the Hocks of Gibraltar. :ho Ohio lUvcr they will be pros t u,!l ,,,H,.,V Safe as Government bonds. of Iliokman, for some yenra J,,PSl1 by ootnc neeentr ecutod, tho j.enally being a flno of l'laln contracts policies Incontestable. declnro its j iiiuu the should 1 000 lu the house past ' Kon.forfellable no restriction as to residence or travel. 'nominees. Ami furthermore that of It. Kucnaunu. always on hand and at prices to suit the times. Tlio young Dividends after ten years. Viiio llenrlclU Ulolii, lu all the party should through regular couple woro tho recipients of nuCash, value or paid up imnranee after fifteen years. shades. Sold nt 2."o even whero. nominees ilcciaro lis position on merous beautiful, nnd somo costYou know in advance what you are to pay, and when It becomes due. Oils, Mouldings, Sasli, Smith, I'Ii.uso;; (Jo. Thirty days grace allowed for payment ol premiuu's. certain public questions &c. ly, presents, and ahowcraof blessNo Interest charged whether premiums are paid every sixty days or Tho report that spotted fever Our Kinbroidcrics just ar ings nud good wishes from liosts as clirnp as any retail house Kin sell them, There Is no investment lu Life InsarsDce. existed in Union City is prouounc rived from AVip Vork, are beaut! ot friends nud acquaintances. Few Cut off InieMmriit reatures and it reduces cost io cd false and without foundation ' ful.and the oxquisitely Kmbrolder-b- young penplo nro surrounded with ! l.lfo insurance it intended as a protection. m car Goods bougbt of us will be DELIVERED FREE to any part of the city Is no con-jd- , Then you want Mils protection al as little cost consistent with safely. tho Times. Thero full length Swiss and Mull l'at. tuoro generous omens of success Keep Hie d (Terence between our rates and tbe rates charged by other couipauit tngious or infectious diseases pio terns that wo show in all IH.iok nud happiness, becnuso founded uuder your own couttol. valiug thero nml should thero bo Fancy Similes worked In black, upon characteristics of personal! tho Union City papers will prompt and tho loveliest of white, can not excellouco nud worth. May the "b ly publish tho facts. blessings of heaven nttoud them. bo excelled elsewhere. Ualtzkk & Shaw. Complete lino of tho welN S17 !SJ AfiK 25 !3 SO A'JB 13 known STllOL'SHA- It ROW SPRING MILLINERY! " ".'ti Tho April term of tlio Fulton 13 W) 17 5 41 FITTIXO NEW SPUING Quarterly Court was hold .Monday ' 13 02 " B7, 17 91 43 Wlillo nil nnturo Is rejoicing in " 23. CLOT HI NO nt 40 18 42 1101 and Tuesday of this wcok. Thord tho return of Spring, tho lieartHof 10 ID 02 " 47 II IUi.tzkk & SrtAw. wero sovoral casos ou the ilockot. 1! ' " 12 an ..T. gladdened by 22 U : Millinery Novelties! r. W. DIESTELBKIjNK, Wood Mow-itif- nil women should be A. New Advertisements. " 31. lh county Uotno Tii.it of the Walter MuoliludCAJil-pun- tho good news that Sptlng Hats nud HoHpiiiK cratio mass itieotlng to nppolut : tiffed JIullie .Iuqss respect-fullhave coiiio too; nud lu such boau-- ! ' ' il against Henry Davin, Kq.j a:i. 2d 4 n..m. i ol nml Instruct dolcgates to tho Stato unonnces to tho ladies, nnd liful fidotynnd quality as to al" 62 23 C8 :i .... 1170 Deuiouintlo convention to nomi- nttrauled moot interest. The do most bewilder one. Theru aro the public generally, that sho has "TO apitoe to name all articles, bulnq ' Si 27 OU r...rrrr. " os n ii trouble to snow goods. YoVe Work Oxcm, 1 Ib Wagon, 4 concluded to continuo in tho X nate stnte ofllcers, assembles nt fondant was ono of a number, in many new nnd striking designs in" 3(1, 30 18 16 12 " CI Como and see, at the corner of Troy thu court house, at 1 o'clouk p. in. tho Cnyco neighborhood, iho, troduced for tho Hist time this Young Mule', bnninuss,nnd is now reciov-lu37. 32 40 13 3D " 65 H. DUCIIANAN. 3S, 6(1 a well selected stock of now and Moscow Avenue, East, lllckmrq, Ky : U 08 It is hoped that u large atloudatico during tho year 1880, bonglit ii season. Flowors, which havo 15 51 3(1 ' " 39, Woods bludor. Tho mnchiue fail15 78 57 nud beautiful Snrintr Goods, con will bo on hand, nud that harmony ll a nn hold, still retain such " 40, 39 18 " 68 10 20 ed to do good work, as It was war- taken aupromncy sisting of tho latest style of Hats, Notice to Teachers. nml good will rulo tho day. You ns tho lendiuc their 41 40 41 " 60 10 50 ranted to do, nud was returned to 43 03 " CO 10 80 All the latest nud best Novels, tho local agent of whom It was garniture on hats; and, so well has i Notice la hereby given Ibat th Doanl Trimmings, nnd nil tho latest a ir Novelties In by tho most popular writers; Fash- purchased. Ilio Walter A. Wood nature vietl Willi nit lu this par of Trustees of Hickman College will meet Theso Qoods tho Mlllinnry lino. .,.- - r.. . Monday evening, May 'JQUi, lb'Jl, for Ibe .. ..!.. t l will be marked down ion Jourunls and Magazines, at S8.00 rer (bonsand first cost, which carries you from 3 to 5 months. ' , for Ibe purriuas of Company rerused to roco vu tho"u i.i .. T" .. . . ' ' , ecbool yecr selecting teachersSeptember. to tho lowest possible prices, aud 1). K. Vlf.H0N & Co'H. Ifglunlng next and brought suit. Th-- te of in force. maku application will respectfully nsKa nil to call and Tardea ms1 $200,000,000 Tho monthly entertainments " case was tried this torm of the," ., ,. wl,, r'- - :t do o in wrillne. toNone but those having examine, nud buy. Tho lCt!tl,H tllO JIllHt nt lllokmnu Uollogo nro prov- court, nml tlio Jury returned 810,000,000 PU '" leih losiei-$t- , ',. , lint clan certificate! will be considered. ,,.,;,,,;' HATS OF FOKMEll STOCK, AHNIII'tlllUllt ing not only creditnblo to tho verdict in faor ofho defonda.,.. f Imh,1,: j. w. cowaiLu ot Hoholars, but hlghlv enjoyable 000,000 '" reserve for prolecllou of polloy holder. some of which nro beautiful tint- 'devices Ihey oomo. Itibbons nro Attest, O'Danikl, Sec'y.Clim'n Trixlces. U. F. 6 l,3w Hoclal occasions. After tlio rogu-lii- r terns, rich and costly furnishings, Transacts iiulncs In the United Stales aud 1'oreUn countries, Btlll In tho lead us tilmming, nud J Un.ll. program Friday night last, llefore tuvini insuranco uiih proailso held out of large returns mid somo plain aud neat, will bo Ilrpnbllcan of Pillion coimljr will 'l'l, lo J'OlllUl COIIIO III all tllO UOW mill beautiful ce wkai e have to sell you, Inyoung and old folks organized sold at cost, to close out. In Convention nt Ilia Court Home In al.n.lno (Iront nnrn Iiiir linnn tnkmi I. to play clubs or purlieu, nud tho llleLmnn, on W.,ne?Jy, 5lr O'li, tt S ,., .,. Hnioc,l011 0f Ulv eaJA. .....i evening, until near -, was a sceuo o'clock, p. in., to nominate ilrlrjtatrs to Ibe ' .V TUIALI MUTUAL RESERVE FUND LIFE ASSOCIATION, r and Will grind YVKUXKSIUYS Itenulillcan Hlata Coiiveutluii which uiiU every ellort maiio to soeuro lor ! GIV1J 11 I.AC nny put ol Ihe City of joy anil ploasuro. (loods delivered to Will exchange Flour nud nil my customurs tho latest nml most si IiIii;ton on the 'Jud of May. A good buggy and work lionie for sale. 13. 15 HARPEIt, l'rcs'i, !5S Park How, Now York. Urooeries A first clnss Cottngo Organ J. I). MII.LAIU), Cbtim. correct Paris Htylos. My patterns kind ofstiiU'krpt onfor Com. "lie. 1). j;. WILSON. hand for Feed for hiiIo cheap fur easli or on easy J. I'. IUm, Heo'y. aro modelH of exqulslto tasto and HIMAI & KIIUC, E. CASE, terms. beauty. Never boforo has art, in On river bank, baok of Uryanl'a (iroccry, Lomono In Modloino. 3:0tf Gloss I Blacksmith and Undertaker J. AMiir.nu'H So.nh. Button's tho hands of skillful artists, shown Kveryono knows lemons are not onlr i. i. ...,. ..it,. ,, iim imi,,r.. ,,r A great many ladies nro prejuMiss Jmmifl Wilson, daughter grateful In .lokne.. but are .peeUII b and HOnSOIl. Hop, I.ib inv Hickman College Trus- diced nguitiBt the use of shoo polIIIOKMAN, KI3NTU0KY. of Mrs. Mary Vllson,of Hickman, fficlal In bilious Iroublea, fever, etc. Tliejtho Viul get your Ulncksuiithiiig and genera) ish, bocattso of tho inferior stuff to furnish my customers )o( Umou Chemical diod lu tho Hoiklnsvillo Asylum, I. .. .... ......I . .. I. Co , of. Jacksonville,( l'l.1..., I.endeavor ninot r.ioltt.ilinlilr. ,.n,1u tees' Election. .... ii .. Uep.iiriui; douo at ..1.1. I. Is being palmed oft' ou them, f-- i IVC Mi: A TIIIAI. when you nnt me Willi .1... muni, uioinuiiuuiu fuuiio,. that liiu on tho -- 3d of April. Tho dooeas. iihib iii.iuu uu7 n iii corauinillg ' Notice is hereby given to all legally causing tlio leather to harden, kis & JC lllackmnithlii); done, or repalrn on ed had been tin Invalid for many medicinal properties of the lemon In llielr nt tlio very lowest prices, will still white voters In Common School . &c. lIorenhoelng n specially. uioii Oimiu.,ririuoniiferi0rt Ulolr ,(i ,intr0ting0. A llntrlot No. 10, r'ullon county, Ky , tbat scale or crack. "Itaven OIoss" is migons, KENTUCKY BrilKET years, and Inst siiitimor was carried pills and while plessent lo Inko nre ibe n lo keep a full line of in OJ,toniI-ui.rl- so election will be hold between the usual the result of scioutilio study, and lt the asylum for treatment, some smeat In action. Hundreds te.llfy lo tbelr "'"St COltlllll invltntinn ( Corntr of Obion aJ KuKunji Strati,) constantly ou bond for hire Undortakor's Goodc, Mlliufaolured bv tbe 1,01)1011 Oil to illl tO Cllll lllld SCO for tllOlU- - hour, ou Wednesday, June Unl, lS'Jl, la imparts a nor and ilo.siblo llulsh, indulging tho bopo Hint siio might KUUl'S sale HICKMAN, Hull, Hickman, Ky , for the pur which noituur smuts or rubs oil', Common, UomhuooiI, aud Kolld It luck W. bo pormanontly restored, but hor Cbemlcsi Co.. Jaoknonvllle, Ha, n I, selves tho many beautiful and nt. the City electing and HACKS. HOUSES. UUOCIIKB three lrulec to serve preserving tho lenthor. it is es(looil Work New Vork, N. Y. I'rii.s; My Western wludcsale tructlvo nrtioloa that I hlivo not pose of lilli Coiuu and Cam, wMuli van !w fillnl iiftllotiou was boyond the reach of depotl'nducah,Ky.,wheroillorileribouU Having purcb.nod the stable, norses motto. for the term of tbrco yenrs from July pecially notice, nnd at reasonable , Q (U(j 8.)ac0 t0 lnQlltion, to Indies' lino kid up on short me a. call, adapted human skill, and sho gradually be uddrcfed. Price 60c a bottle ns lorgei (live j. w. cowaim 1st, 18'ji. and entire outnl of W. II. l'lumiuer price, rfMHM, ttOltlt a peci1tv.4l hoots. Try it. For sale by grow worso until death relieved as the teKuUr.l eU u, emry boillo we p'opose to contiuuo tbe busiusts, and Attest, Cbu'n Tr.iices. it0Sl,0Cl.Il,"mP tor Shop near the Jail. JOHN V. (UtAY. 3:'--'0 U. F. O'DASlEi.Sw'y. T. T. SWAYNU. 6.1 Uw may.'5-SAUUlh li, JO.MvS, giniKiuleeil. t'orsalebyCowgilUlwalll.l solicit ralruiusv hor. COIIKreU'atlOUS WlietOier l! Up- - ' ',.,,,,,,,,, , Buti-Unlon- tv the tax on rniltoads for the ...., ,,. mi- - vllt s Decoration Day. on which to tlm nnrroil lnnn nt" r,.Rf nf - Smit:.?, IHiisoty 9 ?o. SPRI1TC AND SUMMER, HICKMAN AND CAYCE, EY. Bceour straple Smith, Ellison store. A. K. lacr-chand- ts i rStN n W. JOHNSON. s 1 A . iioiieiiiifi (rrrnncs - ATTENTION, FARMERS Great Beduction in Prices Oliver Chilled Pvs, I plements, at reduced prices. A Largo and Fresh of Farm and Avery and and other Farm - .ti.iincii:i. iAii4Hw!i IB. , lite Goods, Vi'cl-bor- n j , n Parasols Hosiery, Embroideries, Fans, are the very latest. E Business Propositions SUA "7V. ! I bc,,,f book-keepe- r FAMILY GROCERIES, Blinds, Doors, Paints, c, 'c, one-bal- y I J. AMBERG'S SONS. Rates pec $e,qqq AnauaUy: - PER-FKG- T " iJStBAS T y y FOR SALS. Family Groceries. 1 Mil-Unar- y g 11 11 11 Don't ",' ,ftl, John t Witting a Forget It ! 11 a ''r'sooslnh. ' ! GROCERIES A. F. OLIVER, I 1- , iF'o-3.-- Sale IH HIOKMAST! 6:1-0- 1 Raven F. Ag't, Iiokua.an, Ky. Z,rn. sale Fa livery stable I. I I !,.. I Paukek, STOPL atltotk-botlo- t. 1 J. F. GEAY'S, , rr S A . Simmmmttmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm - ttmmMmmLmsssaL&msEZ "aW irt-r- x -- . r' mmmmmm H SEKMONSINJ STONES. Monnlntr or tho EdiOcos Whoro Christ- - Prnloos nro Sung. Do Von Think n Mart Is .safe Out of ClirlstT Voices from Hie Internal World Tal.iir.ee' Say ay-- lr. Herinnn. stones?" JohMia lv., 0. Tho .Ionian, like the MUMsMppI, has bluffs on one iddo and flats on tho other. Here and there n hyeamoro shadows It. Here and there a willow dips Into It. It In Mas only a little ocr waist-deeDecember as 1 waded through It, but In tho months of April and May the snows on Mt. Lebanon thaw nnd flow down Ins to the alley, and then the Jordan Then It Is wide, Its banks. At this deep, raging nnd Impetuous. season of the year I hear tho tramp of 40,000 armed men coming down to cross tho river. You say. why do they not go up nearer the rise of the river at the old camel ford? Ah! my friends It Is because it Is not safe to go nround when tho Lord tells us go ahead. Tho Israelites had been going around forty years, and they had enough of It. I do not know how It is w Ith you, my brethren, but I have always got Into trouble when I went around! but always got Into safety when I went ahead. p over-How- Itrv. T. DcWltt Tnlmnpo preached Sunday In tliu now llrooklyn Tabernacle, on Clinton avenue, tho building having been dedicated in tho morning nt 10:80. Text: "What menn yc by these, I v. There spreads out tho Jordan, a ragjust ing torrent, much of It snow-watcome down from tho mountain top; and I see some of the Israelites shlycr-Inat the, Idea of plunging In. And one soldier says to his comrade: "Joseph, can you swim?" And nnothcr says: "If wo get across this stream wo will get there with wet clothes and with damaged armor, and tho Canaan-Itc- s will slash ua to pieces with their swords before we get up the other bank." Hut it Is no tlmo to halt. Tho great host marches on. Tho priests carrying tho ark go ahead, tho people follow. I hear the tramp of the great multitude. The priests have now como within a stone's throw of tho water. Yet still there is no nbatement of tho flood. Now they have come within four orHvefeetoi ilia abeam; but thrn is no abatement of the flood. Had prospectl It seems as if these Israelites that crossed tho desert are now going to be drowned in sight of Canaan. Hut "Forward!" is the cry. The command rings all along tho lino of the host. 'Torwardl" Now tho priests have come within one step of tho river. This time they lift theirfeet from tho solid ground, and put them down into the raging stream. No sooner are their feet there than .Ionian flies. Ou tho right hand Ood piles up a great mountain of floods; on the left, tho water flows off toward tho sex The great river, for hours, halts and rears. The back waters, not being able to flow over the passing Israelites, pile wave on would wave, until perhaps a find some difficulty in scaling tho water cliff. Now the priests and all the people have gono over tin dry land. The water on tho left hand side by this timo has reached the sea; and now that the miraculous passage has been made, stand back and see this stupendous pile of waters leap. Ood takes Ills hand from that wall of floods, and like a hundred cataracts they plunge nnd roar in thunderous triumph to tho sea. How arc they to celebrate this passage? Shall it be with music? I sup. pose tho trumpet and cymbals were all worn out before this. Shall it be with banners waving? Oh! no; they are all faded and torn. Joshua cries out: "I will tell you how to celebrate this; build n monument here to commemorate tho event;" and every priest puts a heavy stono on his shonldcr, and marches out and drops that stone in I seo place. the the pile growing in height. In breadth. In significance; and, In after years, men went by that spot and saw this monument, and cried out one to another, in fulfillment of the prophecy of the text: "What mcanyo by these stones?" Hleved be Ood, He did not leave our church in tho wilderness! We have been wandering about for a year and n half worshiping in the Academy of Music, llrooklyn, and Academy of Music, New York. And some thought wc would never reach tho promised laud. Some said wc had better take this route and others that Some said wo had better go back, and some said there were sons of Anak in the way (hut would eat us up; and before tho sinokc had cleared away from the sky lifter our labornacle had been consumed, people stood on (he very si(e of the place and said: "This church will never again be built" We came down to the bunk uf Jordan; we looked 02 upon the waters. Some of the sympathy that was expressed turned out to be snowwater melted from tho top of Lebanon. Some said: "You had better not go in; you will get your feet wet" Hut wo waded in, pastor and people, further and furlhcr, and in some way, the Lord only knows how, we got through; and I go all around about this great house, erected by your prayers, and sympathies, and sacrifices, and cry out in the words of my text: "What mean yo by these stones?" It is nn outrage! to build a house like this g sea-bir- d divinely-appointed so vast, and so magnificent, there be somo tremendous reasons for doing it, olid so, my friends, I pursue you with tho question of my text, and I demand of tliee trustees nnd these olden, and all who have contributed in the building of this structure: "What mean ye by theso stones?" -- Hut Wfore I get your answer to my question you point to the memorial vmll at tho side of this pulpit, and you say to me: "Explain that unusual group of memorials. What mean you by those stones?" Hy permission of the people of my beloved charge I recently visited the Huly Lands, and having in mind by day and night during my ab soncc this rising house of prayer, I be thought myself; "What can I do to make that place significant nnd glorl oiis." On tho morning of December 3 we were nt the foot of tho most sacred mountain of all tho earth, Mt Calvary. 'J here Is no mora doubt of the locality than of Mt Washington or Mt Itlanc. On tho bluffs of this mountain, which Is the exact shape of thu human skull. mid so called In the Hlble, "the placo of n Mum," thero is room for three crosses, " here I saw a stone so suggestive I rolled It clown the hill, nnd transported it It is at the top of this wall, n white stone, with crimson veins running through It, the white typical of purity. tho crimson suggestivo of the blood that paid tho price of redemption. We place It at tho top of tho memorial wall, for above all In this church for all time, In sermon, and song, and prayer, shall bo tho sacrifice of Mt Calvary. Look at It. That stone was ono of the rocks rent at the crucifixion. That heard the cry, "It Is finished." Was any church on earth honored with such a memo- unless rial? Ilencatb It are two tables of stone which I had brought from Mt Sinai, whero the law was given Three camels were three wesks crossing the desert to fetch them. When at Cairo, Hgypt, I proposed to tho Christian Arab that he bring one stne from Mt SInal he said: "We etc ;asler bring two rocks than one, for we must balance them ou the Lack of the camel," and I Thomas Colmvf.ii, aged 75 years wm ' lux Countries. drowned the other night, near Jackson, reflect on the increasing When Hourhon county, in Hlnkson creek. Ho production of tho mines where wo seek "Mt 'th." marked with tho words Still furthcryou mean by theso stones was fishing, nnd, losing hlsbnlance, fell combustible minerals and mctnls tho SInal" felt the earthquake that shook tho mountnlns when lio law sPvv" tho ilvntlon of the people. We did not in nnd was drowned before assistance sublect vi ill ho found to bo ono ot pro ,mHd th, church for mere worldly could reach him. The lower stono of tho wall Is portloimte Importance, slnco all tho forms or for an educational Institution, 11111, tho plnco where l'nnl stxxl NmvroitT Is spending 8250,000 In spring conditions of financial and commercial or ns n pljtformon which to read essays Improvements. when ho preached that famous nuon power are so intimately connected with on tho brotherhood of tho human rmc, and philosophical disquisitions; but and fatally ths Josei'JI Hhvax of 1 work of soul-ni- l wounded Sam Mcltnc,shot Hopklnsvllle, The essence the subterranean wealth. "lace for tho tremendous declaring "God hath mndo of one M vnl-of at ontlre products uf nil Oh, I had rather bo tho moans saving. nations." which they yield result quarrel having ono soul pro- tho parties of a colored. over a woman. the mln" of thecurth, now estimated at sli,,.o i.nl ?'il- !.. (.uncus In this church of All nro during fao year, Is 8,000 statuary from tho Acropolis, tlio lull pared for a Joyful eternity, than TinKnuos nro nlnrmtng tho peoplo of more two thousand millions of n,Untni,.. in. i,m n, n i. .r.irrrn- - souls nmiarcd for mero worldly stto- tho eastern part of Simpson county. dollars tlm precious mctnls gold nnd l'ho - AUJchurclies are tn two classes ft to ment mnkes It Impossible, to pc The residence of D. II. Hnrgls wna slher, represent but a seventh part of other lands any Egyptian nutuiuttie. all communities In two classes, nil tin- burned, tho incendiaries taking oare this tresuro taken from the earth's and armed soldiery guard not onlv the race In two classes believers nnd iinbe- first to empty n barrel of water kept subtorranf an stores The greater part ncropolis, but Mars hill. That st ' Hcvcrs. To augment tho number of one near tho houso and to remove tho wind- of the f'ld comes from the mines of obtained by special permission fn. m the and subtract from tho number of the- lass from tho w ell. Callforn i and Mexico, and from thoso queen of Greece, a most gracious and other wo built this church; and toof Hrnz.i, Venezuela and tho Argentine Owr.Nsnono has been hauling poisonlirllllnnt wnmnn. who n.nl-,- i us as ward that supremo and eternal Idea Republic Next to theso nre rated Canthough w o had been old ncmin n,.'lH;0,' we dedicate nil our sermons, an oui ed dogs off tho streets by tho cart load. ada, Australia nnd India. Tho Transmo songs, all our prayers nil our Sabbath Tho Journal complains that thero are a nnd through Mr. Trlcoupls, the pi Africa ncqulrcs conWo want to throw dp. thousand dogs too many In Henderson. vaal In southern minister of Greece, nnd Mr. nodcn. V Thk Henderson fair association Is stantly increasing Importance; hi 16S0, .try. fectlon Into tho enemy's ranks our American minister plcnlpoten1 the export ' HoU was 09,513 pounds nnd Dr. Manntt, our American consul, wnnt to make them cither surrender preparing for a revival of Its fair this sterling u 1837, 133,531 pounds; In ISSS, m unconditionally to Christ, or else lly in fall. that suggestivo tablet was sawed f wns Tub Nicholas county prohibitionists 233,970 pounds; nnd In 18S9, It humanity tho pulpit of rock on which l'aul rout scattering the way with canteens II '"ever, carbon gives Wo want to havo nominated Aqullln Hlldrcth for why .i blankets nnd knapsacks preached. Now you unrlorct.inil .. representative from Nicholas and Rob- a revenue three times ns great as that the story of Christ w have marked It "Tho Gospel. " Long popularize which is derived from all tho silver and after my lips shall utter In this clnirch j would like to tell tho story of His lovo ertson counties collosal Thk magistrates of wealthy Woodford gold mines combined. In this Hritutn their last message, theso lips of suno hero until men would rather dlo than rsvemie given by coal, Great will tell of tho law and thesaer f f and live another hour without His symp.i county, In a fit of economy, havo refused h the lion's share: at present it draw s the Gospel. This dsy I present tlicmto thy and lovo nnd mercy. Wo want to to buy coal for tho offices of tho county upon its coal mines for two hunthis church and to all who sha'l gaze rouse up an enthusiasm for Him greater, I officials millions of dollars and It sells Mns II. P. Guthrie, tho fourth vic- dred million dollars worth to tho whole upon them. Thus you lmvorny answer than was felt for Nathaniel Lyon when fifty to tho question, "What, moan jou by ho rodo along tho ranks greater than tim of tho wedding poisoning, died on wcrld Grcnt efforts nro constantly be-Iwas exhibited for Wellington when h the 23d nt her residence In Louisville, these stones?" made to attain safotr In working Hut you must not divert mo from the camo back from Waterloo greata. from which n few days ago her husband, ths ro.nes and these efforts have not I than was expressed for Napoleon when tho first victim to succumb to the mysquestion of the text as I first put bran wholly fruitless; for at present, have interpreted theso four racini. rials ho stepped ashoro from Klbo. IY terious fatality, was borno to tho trraTC. although tho sacrifice uf human life Is will on my right hand, but thero are hun really bellevo In this placo Christ The negroes of Cloverport havo ap- net agreeable to contemplate, the num-.b- r dreds of stones In these surrounding enact tho same, scenes that were en- plied to tho city council for a school of mining accidents decrease In pro- walls nnd underneath us. Id the foun- acted by Him when Ho landed in th building, on account of tho taxes paid jjyjtiutr"to the Increase In tho amount us- - in tho Orient; and thero will bo such an opendations and rising above by them for which they havo novcr re ,)f material mined. uemoreai s Jiaga towers Tho quarries of these nnd ing of blind eyes and unstopping of ceived any benefits Tho matter was, zln. c countries at the call of deaf cars nnd casting out of unclean referred to a committee. I'oal In Enitaml. crowbar nnd chisel bao contributed spirits such silencing bc.stormcd IIuuk Clay, of Paris pleaded guilty When coal was first used In England ns shall make this house to five Indictments for forgery, and was toward this structure. "What mean yo memorable five hundred years after sentenced to ten years and six months the prejudice against It was so strong by these stones"" that the house of commons petitioned You mean among other things that you and I nre dead and forgottcu. Oh, In the penitentiary. "noxof they shall bo an earthly residence for my friends wo want but ono revival In The clays of Rockcastle are attract- the king to prohibit tho use tho havChrist Christ did not have"' much this church, that beginning now and ing tho notice of manufacturers and ious" fueL A royal proclamation com- of a homo when Ho was here. Who running on to the day when the chisel capitalists, several agents ot whom! ing l.failed to abate tho nuisance, a tSKtWtl f and whero is that child crying? of time, that brings down even St have recently been dodging hither and i i U"B he " . nmlnn born la an out house, Haul's and the Pyramids, shall bring thither throughout tho county In search bu?f It is Jesus neighborhood, to punish them It Is this house into the dust Is that hard breathing? cru.nl,nn. Whero , . . . vi specimens. fl ...j Oh, that this day of dedication might Jesus asleep on n rock. W ho Is that In ., ,.,..,., !,,. u ' :,.i,r! ii.., Richahd Hitk, brnkeman on tho , fishing-smacbe the day of emancipation of nil Im T.M,lc-ll- ta I'l imu 1V, the back part of tho ll.,.l Wll be sisted In transgressing. A i lawj was wuul,-W- t .v..a...w 4U..t't.t, rrith n sailor's rough overcoat thrown prisoned souls. My friends, do not neath the train at Shclbyvlllo whllo atfinally passed making it a capital uiuko the blasderof'tn hln enrpontflrs tempting te over him? It is Jesus the worn-ou- t a running switch and sake to burs ceai in the city, and only voyager. Oh, Jesus! Is It nit time that in Noah's time, who helped to build the had his left leg cut entirely off. Illte thou hadst a house? We give Thee nrk; but did not get into It God forbid is about thirty years of age, lives In permitting it to be used by forgers in the vicinity. It Is stated thBt among this Thou didst give it to us first, but that you who have been so generous in Louisville, and has a wife and child, the records In the tower of London a we give it back to Thee. It Is too good building this church should not get unJames McOaivnir, living near Dexfor us but not half good enough for der Its saving influence. "Como thou ter, was at work on his farm the other document was found, according to Thee. Oht como in and take the best and nil thv house Into tho nrk." Do morning when he discovered his resi- which a man was hanged In the timo of scat hero. Walk up and down all you think n man is safe oul of Christ? dence on fire. When he reached the Edward I. for no other crime than hav Speak through theso Not one day, not one hour, not one min- building nothing could be seen of his ing been caught burning coal. Chicago theso aisles Herald. organ-pipeThrow thino arm over ute, not ono second. Her Inxly was at last found In a Threo or four years ago, you romem-Ur- , wife. near by, ua In these arches In the Homo of Did the Doctor Earn His Poc DewcU is supposed Into which It a railroad broko down a bridge os aim t" , raythese nrackeU of Cro spc had fallen while getting water to fendant: Now, docthor, by virtue of world." Oh, tho way to Albany, nnd ntter tho catasing: "I am tho light of the extinguish the fire. She was sixty oath, dldnt I say: "Kill or cure, doctrophe, they were looking around the years King! make this thine thor, I'll give you a guinea?" and didn't old. tho crushed bridge and the Here proclaim righteousness and timbers of I'll take "Kill Nelson Giiay, a desperado awaiting you say: You or cure, agreed to it?" found tho conductor. make treaties We cluji u hands we fallen train, and the did. and I Doctor strength to trial for arson nnd burglary at Ver- bargain and I wont the guinea occonl uncover our heads, wo lift onr ensigns He was dying, and had only sailles was shot through the head and we cry with multitudinous acclamation say ono thing, and thatvas: "Hoist th ingly. Defendant Now, docthor. by virby Jailer until tho placo rings and tho heavens Hag for the next train." So there conu killed attemptingnoil tho other morning tue of your oath, answer this. Did you to escape). whllo from tho eternal world, to us listen: "Oh, King live forever!'' Docto- r- No-- , she s dead. The board of trustees of the town of 'ore my svlfe? Is it not time that ho w ho was born voices of God, voices of angels volcot You know that Defendant Thrn, in a stranger's house, and buried in a of departed spirits crying: "Lift the Dycusburg has refused'to grant licenses iocthor, by rlrtne of your oath, answer Mow the trumpet, give to sell whisky, nnd for the first tlmo in this: Did you kill my w lfo? Doctor stranger's grave should have an earthly warning. house? Come in 0 Jesus! not tho corpse the alarm. Hoist tho flag for tho next the history of the town It is without a Xo; she ditd of her Illness. Defendant saloon. of a buried Christ, but a radiant and train." triumphantly, to tlw bench). Your Mns. Samuel S. nrrc, who died the worship, seo my Lord Jesus Oh! that conqueror of earth, triumphant Jesus this You heard him tell would sweep His arm around tho great other evening, made tho third victim of our bargain; it was to kill or cure. Ily and heaven, and hell. audience, and take you all to His holy the fatal wedding supper at Lyndon v.rtue of his oath, ho done neither, and He Hret, all glory to Hit name. He lives my Jetut, still the tame heart Yon will never seo so good a Station. Coroner Miller announces that jet he axes his fee! The Green Hag. Ob, the meet Joy this sentence giro time for personal consecration as now. he will havo an autopsy made in this I know that my Iledemer lives. "What mean ye by these stones?" "We case and endeavor to learn tho real naRealism to the Queen's Taste Hlessed be His glorious name forever! mean your redemption from sin, aud ture of the mysterious poison. Dr. L. Jeweler (proudly) Aren't thoso strawAgain, if any one asks the question of death, and hell, by the power ot an om- D. Kastcnblne, who has analyzed speciberries real? I'd like to ceo anybody tho text: "What mean ye by those nipotent Gospel." mens of nearly all the food set beforo best theml Mrs Gawkltt I reckon stones?" the reply Is we mean the comthe guests says that so far he has been yew halnt seen Oawkitt's patch, have munion of saints Do you know that unable to discover any trace of arsenic. ye? Come daown there 'baout tew AN ENGINEER'S MASCOT. thero is notn single denomination of Ho adheres to tho theory that the poiUa from naow, stght'll an Christians In llrooklyn that has not con- How Ills Train wan Sated From Destruc- son was in the mushroons used In mak- moot ver maouth .water. the Jeweler's make tion by n Old Man, tributed something toward the building ing the salad. Weekly. A prominent Reading railroad official of this house? And If ever, standing tn Frankfoht colored people are trying Learning as she is learned Young man vvno was talking about railroad affaire, ont this place, thero shall bo a to organize a literary society. Princeton Yalo: "There's no doubt. shall try by any thing ho says to stir up tho conversation turned to mascots "I Two genuine cases of glanders have Miss Smith, that tho man with a colI was an bitterness between different denom remember," said he, "when may Ins engineer on the main line, many years appeared In Union county, and owners lege training is best fitted to fight his inations of Christians, way .n life." Miss Smith (musingly) tongue falter and his check blanch. ' nro. and of course vou know wo all of horses are much alarmed. Owr.Nsnono's city council has just "Muscle does tell in a light, doeseu't Well and his heart stop! My friends have our little superstitutions mado Its annual tax levy. The tax rate It?" Jury. if there is any church on earth mine was this: While i running over the where there is a mingling of all denom high trestles of the Catawissa divis- Is S1.00 ad valorem, with H poll tax. Diggs "Was that pretty girl your CArT. WiiEMtY, commander at the inations it is our church. I just wish ion, where, you know, tho train sister that you had with you at the conthat John Calvin and Armintus, If they seems to be moving through mid air for Newport barracks has been promoted cert n.p lit beforo last?" Mggs were not toobusy, would come out on th tAvftral miles and thero Is nothing to the rank of major, and Maj. Thos he but she will be, I expect, just battlements and see us. Sometimes in but rock and timber below. I was G. Tur.csd to that of ooU.neL Col. as isn't as I piopoM." cmerrll!e soon Wherry, by his promotion will be transs I have heard brethIn tho habit of watching for the our infantry, Is Journal. of an old man who, I noticed, ferred to the Twenty-firs- t ren uso the phrases of a beautiful liturBoarder "Have you any boneless wfiero they camo always crossed the track just before wa Nebraska. Col. Townsend will be placgy, and we know hd. madam?" Landlady "No, str." .ngs camo to the trestle at tho same tlmo ed in command at Newport from; and in tho same prayer-mee- t Mn. Vaj( B. Ssook died at Eminence, Hoarder "Vary well, madam; I don't I have heard brethren roako audible every day, rain or shine, winter or ejaculation, "Amen!" "Praise ye the summer. I came to look upon this old a few days ngo, from the effects of the care for any more of tho shadlcss Lord! ' and we did not have to guess character, with his bent form uudwhito poisoned f"d aten at his son'a wedding bone." Washington Star. twice where they came from When hair, as a mascot for the safety of pas-- at Lyndon station recently. The other In the Park. "Littio girl, what's a man Knocks at our cliurcn aoor, u sengers and our train, and I always sufferers, with the exception of three or younsrae?" "My natno Is Itosle; what's he comes from a sect where they will breathed bard until I rounded the four, are improving and most ore out of your name, little boy?" "I am not a danger. not give him a certificate, ne say: curve, which was just a few rods little boy; I'm a prince." Fllcgcnde Wash Rahsev was shot and killed Matter. Coma in by confession of faith " the trestio, and easier when I saw While Adoniram Judson, the ltaptist, him. Ho came to know tho sound of by Lee Jenkins at Lexington, a few . . i nnd John Wesley, tho Methodist, and my whistle, and always waved his hand. days ago. THE MARKETS. Knox, tho glorious old Scotch "Well, one day ho didn't appear as on John TnF. Sulllvans father and son, . Presbyterian, are shaking hands in my engine approached tho spot where trial at Maysville for the murder of April M. t can afford he was to be, and Thomas Hrashears, were found guilty. Heaven all churches on earth accustomed O fillutrhrra S 00 (t 5 M I was that scared I stopped the The jury gave Augustus Sullivan six HO(.s- -( Amnion to como into closo communication . ... 4 frj Or J j, ackers 1 03 .... ... .. 49J "One Lord, ono faith, ono baptism." engine Something told me nil years, and bis son, Samuel Sullivan, ... ... I w to Oh, my brethren, we hnvo had enough was not right, and I couldn't havo eleven years. LAM11S SurlcB . "! ...... of H!g Uethcl fights Urn Fourteenth driven that train on to save mo until I Lexinoto.v Is organizing a base ball DUALS --lrWiikat No. Jred .. I II' Ct I '! . II New York regiment fighting th I'if- - had Investigated. Sure enough, I club and wants to get in the Intcr-stat.V Ml ... 107 JreJ 'o. tccnth Massachusetts regiment Now walked out on the trestle with tho con- League. J rolled O TO, .; w u co OiU No. j mixed let all those who are for Christ and ductor nnd fireman, and about 100 yards A shootino affray occurred at w .. stand on the same sido go shoulder tu out wo found a rnll loosened nnd u oo u w Simpson county, tho other s:li Hi ou cut m A freight had afternoon. Mil Williams white, and a TOWo-Meammlshoulder, and this church, Instead of turned to one side. M ;s OHO) unclear having a sprinkling of tho DMiiu bless- pttkst-over an hour before nnd dona negro, loth tough characters, got Into PKOVlblOKB Mess pork ,U37,itW W ing, go clear under the vuvd In one glo- the mischief. We went on down the a difficulty over the payment of a dol- BUTTtlt-Ctoolsu.a "i oo dilrj Ii O 11 rious immersion in the name of the Path-e- r, road, nnd thn next day my old lar, and the negro drew a plstoL WilFn e locliolcecrcjmery.... V7 H M I Inly Ghost I stop- liams ran Into his house near by, got and of the Son, andof the friend was on hand as usual. tertm.... 1SIXI () 001 l"0TAT0E3-p- er 10 uuth.. ... In its dying ped tho train to speak to htm nnd he his shotgun, and returning, ul a little child once, I ! emptied NntV YOHIC. hour, put one arm around its father's told me ho had been sick the day be- both barrels into the negro with fatal FLOVK-r- .lf 4 OS to rscrr ft 1 neck, uud tho other arm around Its fore. I am not given to foolishness, 13 . effect There has been no arrest Ko. 1 jmt 1 3u,V mother's neck, and bring them close j but I tell you I connect that man with A haft passed Ucattyvllle, the other uTo-n- o. z miiea, new fi is hi down to its dying lips and giro a last good luck, for the day he died I was day, which was in some respects a nor-oilS9 O 71 .11 JJ till Si mess...... kiss Oh, 1 said, those two persons will promoted and have gono up the ladder (t was made up at tho mouth oi POKK-NeW ileum..-- .. ii stand very near to each other always vtr since." Philadelphia Inquirer. "Klnmlom Come." In Letcher countr. 4 -- n CIIICAOO. niter such an Interlocking, 1 he dying 140 miles abova UeattyTllla and wsi svsff"ftOCn WhWr iUnlt tI JO ei 5 11 Ntaut-fChrist puts one arm around this deIn llli Nam. 184 liitu 1 (u feet long. Neat, comfortable cabfti ' OIU1- J CJleajtotospring- -red ts Na A were on it, una 1,. crew consisted o) nomination ot Christians, and the other It was on a St Louts street-cauora-n- o. it l.li bright-facebright-eyearm around that denomination of Chrismiss tripped ten men nnd four Indies. The raft u ,... Osts No. t. ........,, it Uii ......,. (turn tians, and Ho brings them down to Ills lightly into tho car at one of tho down- hound to some point on the Ohio river, POHK-les- s... m. u o OHi dying lips while He gltes them this town crossings, and before proceeding At Uurlington, John Keys, on trU IIAI.TIMOItll partinir kiss: "My peace I leave with many blocks every seat in tho convey-nti- for the murder of Hilly Pee In a shantj FLOUR Family. S or) ra s ot .......... 1, 1 H'ttt you. My peace I give unto you." ll)( hit occupied, prindplly hy ladles, toat on IP" timo river, was acquitted. U HI Crn Mixed 1 heard a again warned tho ltaptist minister once sny whon tho signal-bel- l (S3 Tub employes of the Kentucky On, OaU Mlied n oi to stop, and this time a gen tral Hallroad Co. have mado up a hand t.AKO Hetlned that ho thought In tho Millennium it motor-ma- n Mess..., Oil DO would he all ono great llaptlst Church; tleman entered tho car, whoso snowy somo purse for the widow of tho late Jlrst'quaiity" i 75 it 33 ho had Conductor Norcutt, who was killed on cattLK and heard n Methodist minister soy hair nnd beard Indicated I1CXJB - 7 09 ii 7 DTK INDIANAPOLIS. that he thought in tho great Millen- seen nearly, If not all, of man's the road a few weeks ago. 1 Hed. ... OBAIN Wheat-N- o, ft.! Of) nial day it would be all one groat Meththree score and ten years. SeeNo. J......., J, L. Friedman, one 73 . Ct conn Tub residence of odist Church; and I have known n Pres- ing no vacant seat, he at once sought .,..... OATS No. I young of the wealthiest men in Paducah, war byterian minister who thought that in the support of a strap, when the LOUISVILLE. hurglars OSS the Millennial day it would bo nil ono miss with a sweet smile and becoming entered hy tho other while the family rLoTJK-Fsmll- y... night, and over aitAlN was asleep it 1 (ft great Presbyterian Church. Now I deference arose and proffered tho aged 815,000 worth of diamonds and S180 n 7H In (B Mixed.... think they nre mistulten. I think man her seat Of course ho declined money stolon. The hurglars gained 5si, oatsMess ......... . .... ...m. sn pork CttlW the Millennial Church will bo a com- with blushing thanks; but the young entrance through the rear kitchen door, LAHD Bleam... 8 75 posite church, and just ns you mny tako lady Insisted that she would not sit Thoy mado good their escape and tho best parts of five or six tunes; and while such an aged man stood, and thq been copturcd. under tho skillful hands of a Handel, Mo- seat was taken under protest that such a have not yet Eartik, attorneys, IlAnots and sued zart or Ueethoven, entwine them into thing had noverhappenedtohlm before. grand and overpowering symphony, so, Of course the heroino of tho Incident the Louisville Gas Co. for a 325,000 fee r suppose, In the latter days of became at once tho center upon which Chancellor Edwards allowed then tfOO. the world, God tako all eyes In tho car were focused; but will Qeokob 8ATTliriELD and John Me the best parts of all denominaordeal bravely, and did she stood tho abb were drowned while fishing at tions of Christians and neave them Into not seem to imagine she had done anyTravails with Its moil enervating and dltoourailng ono great ecclesiastical harmony. Hroad thing very extraordinary. One of tho Louisville. ffsct In spring and early iinamtr.wheDlhe toning Onr hundred und fifty negro laborer! trsct of tba cold air Is gone and lha dirt grow discovered as the earth and high as the heavens, pairs of eyes, however, soon employed by the Illchmond Water and warmer. Hood's Btrtaparllla speedily oTsroorast and that will he the church of tho future. the secret of her action. Suspended itallng," wbetnsr caused bycliange of Or as mosaic Is made up of jasper, ngato from a ribbon at her throat was a pretty Light Co. in laying mains at Richmond, "that tire climate, taason or life, by ferwork or Illness, snd and many precious stones cemented to- monogram formed of the letters 1. II, itruck for higher wuges the other morn Imparts tbat feeling of strength and gethermosaic a thouiand feet squaro N. She was u King's daughter, and Ing. They were getting 81.!i5, and now which It comforting and satisfying. It tlto cures In St Marks, or mos.no hoisted in tlek htadaebe.blllouintit. Indigestion or djtpepila. "In His Name" had bravely done what demand 91.50. seraphim In bt Snphla so I At Maysville the other morning Alex shaouiiimcrcd to be her duly. God will make, after awhile, ono Johnson quarreled with his wile, nna great blending of all creeds, and all A Now York merchant's wife was shot her In tho head, inilicting what ii faiths, and all Christian sentlments.tho converted recently from tho notion that probably a fatal wound. After tli amethyst, and tho Jasper, and tho chal- It was wrong to take the life of any ani- thot was fired, Delia Carlisle, his wifc'i cedony of all different experiences and mal on being Informed by her husband, lister, seized tho smoking pistol, and, belief, cemented side by side In the u response to a demand for a new seal- nutting it to Johnsqn's head, niarchid great mosaic of the brcs, and whllo the skin sacque, that the lives of a number him down to the mayor's oMce, where old by ill Cnic sMt. Hi sli for M. I'reptred only nations look upon the columns and of seals must needs hate Veen sacrificed she turned him over to the pooperofh-cera- . lr a. I. "OOD CO, Lowell, M tit. archltravli of that stupendous church to satisfy l)er longing, The parlies are all colored. 100 Doms One Dollar reign-stones w-- did not think until tho day of their at- rival how much moro suggests would be tho two, because tho law was writ- ten on two tables of stone r",,e of tho future, and cry out: "What mean yo by theso stonc?" thero shall bo lunumerable voices to respon- d- Wo mean tho Lord God omnipotent KENTUCKY STATE NEW& Value JSil,HrANPAM r His I'roilucls of Different '"" rs 4.-- - - tr-n'- ' hand-shakin- 750,-00- 0. i - tin Persians' Love for Itellrt, KoiiTirr As Illustrating tho peculiarities and Titiii;'.c'5!,',"yo' Horehound anil Tar. Pike's Toothiiclio Drops (Juroln onominuvu. y l A . . also tho dangers of Oriental travol, Sir t du Ilichard llurton relates an adventure KsTinprcpotato s girl en thliiboard-- sh might tbro you oyer. I'hlfudslphls he encountered whllo visiting a Persian . village, in tho dlsgulso of n fakir. A 11ms. houso was assigned to him, anil, In orAn nt ntnnll nt homnointhlo relicts, ami suijar Kvcrj-bodlike der to keep up his reputation as a holy as oasv to urn) U tJoUvor J'llls. Try thoin. man, ho scribbled some holy words on thom. Carter s according la the outsliU of his door with a bit of T ccntlprJe.loetn'tknow what ruin It; PlRECllONB with Mali ill7TUV et been ou hit htit legt. phosphorus. This was done, of course, bohs never) whllo daylight lasted, nnd when dark- Hint haroton llepubllcvtn. ness drnCCildrd, tllO holy HISS'S hOU!" Hen's Hmt. r.;.- -t ti ess and -was decorated with a flaming text from Koniody Tor faurrh. Ily drugitltt. S3o. the Koran, Hut tho result was hardly VbllND9,CUT3,3WELUNai Tn tutboal nnd tho chiropodist are al what Sir Itlchanl anticipated. The vilTHI Climtl . VOOllER CO., Bsltleitr. ML iayt looking nftctUm Boston Bulletin. lagers were nt first surprised, then Impressed, nnd then there was n rush for SHEET MUSIC 3 GTS. Talk's cheap, but when it's relics oi mo Holy man, and In n very I A seriei eif popaltr tnnit. or. short tlmo the wholo houso w ns pulled backed up by a pledge of the rsnted for lln.i or "!", " down over his head! Tho assumed fakir tuado his escape very ropldly, and, hard aish of a financially re- OH1V41 atloilpteoonrrIPleeat, during tho remainder of his journey, sponsible f rm, or company, of Stad S Centt la t'utlil Sltiapt Tor Ksmp.' ' never made uso of tho phosphorus world-wid- e reputation for fair THE HENRY STIER COMPANY, again. Ooldon Days-TiBALTIMORE, Md, P. O. Ho OOO. and honorable dealing, l.a.llfl Delighted. means bmincss The plcnsnut affect and the perfect tsfoty with widen litdics may uso inn liquid fruit Now, there arc scores of laxative, Hyrup of Klfft, under nil conditions tnako It their fiivorlto remedy. It It sarsaparilhs and other blood-purifier- s, pleasing to tho eye and to tho tasie, gentle, all cracked up to be jrt effectual la B.'tl.g oa the kidney, liver uad bowels, the best, purest, most peculiar FVeblt) Luon Agnlnst Winter J JT" ournd t Vi'r IB !"? ""DO J TUU m it ( Tnsm Lorcrs, of Courto. A contemporary an,) that pretty Rlrla should nsvsr bllo their lips It not, nhy notl Who It gt!n- - to bite theml Dully CouUntal Fob strengthening and clearing the voice, "Hnow.s's llnoscuitt. Tuociiss." "I tlieoi ta frloiutt who were publio speakers, and they bavo proved serviceable." ltov. llcury Ward llcochur. uso t "How is your boy retting; along; at liar-var"first rate, lie writ's inn that bt goes to notion every night to study the ttart." Boston UaiettA. trans-ntlanti- It it protaM that what n million women say after dully trial It a mistake) TUy ssjr thcysuoir by test that loublt.t Elti'trlo They hare mott eronomlertl, purest and had U4 year to try it. IVu gt e it ont trfcit 1 tx-t-t. YVnzx a man Btu In trouble tt often takes a round turn to aquaro matters. Yonkera Blaletman. KZ l.-- 1 ttipated Carter's Llltlo Liver idllt reguUto tuoooweitauutnaaojou Alwats avoid hsrthPunrtlTepIll.VfltlThey liafl-- A ...1, t,i ill tui thri n. iw,vu,i w'ii llli .I.-.- "No," stir, thn II. ttn jlrl,"I ran'ttat that 1 enjoy thuiidei t.irtns They aratmb - llrooklyn I.igel loud, noaby thins are tn order ttrsiso annoone'-ririitrgn grinder .im,u trsJesmea, V Statetaian. i.kert takes a ruru at It. and wonderful, but bear in mind (fcr your own sake), there's only one guaranteed and remedy for torpid liver and all diseases that come from bad blood. That one standing solitary and alone sold on trials is Dr. Picrc's Golden Medical Discovery. If it don't do good in skin, scalp and scrofulous diseases and pulmonary consumption is only just let its makers know and get your money back. Talk's cheap, but to back a poor medicine, or a common one, by scl':ng it on ttra, as " Golden edical Discovery " is sold, wtuld bankrupt the largest for'tme. Talk's c! cap, but only " Discovery " is guaranteed. blood-purifier lunij-scrofula 10 cts. Pays for One Bulb Y.NEW.LEMOINEtnut-terily ofthel.OVni ) ' rfavvsv w& XUt M Xtr S& X IIA i .- GL ADIOl. US. a packet of Jo kinds of Ncwund Beautiful i tower StfJ,anJ 4 months trial subscription to the Mayflower, the best paper on flower mid gardening ruVIWhea, Ills tn estfsal. IlluttrtltJ MiOthlr o( i. fniiit tnj itialnf. reni frv vmri MU.WIS OIIID. ...i.i.J ry JOHN LJiitJ ua lliltU.!V.r!'M ef flit en J aril Oi iU Anulttty llenfV tisv.isrtlntilr-tiocon tht (Irmtts teen In M Slinley jml M.J Vrlce wHI snerUr ttre' Tlo.tii tnj titjrntc ZttleaJ. Soutn fht Smti.h l.lenjt, Autjralls, N AmeiMt, Ult Jeeen. Senee. I f jrt rrywliir ol tyltt la HellseJ ! Outrnstr. teelt la UMit. In Iprl.nJ. Ntrrlttus la Cltixiit nJ lr.UtvJ h enl teem f lit InUf.itter nl utt- ryl srtKlet W ; e't enj rlurt. II frt, nY r Jrhn lUltt "Monkey" tmf.n 17 tYiir Blood. tVUr i dtBrruot ta ilrk buiui tirmtit, rsimlU KfeW. V'a eo rr 4 aanini ITf WnC.UllWrtUtetvliSMit asof tmi snunrvc, cwir ltn "' srcol (acvaimio s.r lit rttmt. M Jhrtei See4 ts TV ..J t Ml virtrtfKfet i of Be fHts hkh wiM BVe It a lottly Jht'teexHM til tnwiB.f M nlli at cf tttaet new sort, ril"r MilftlooriKt to cr r ffullt tnl fr ttsre iu tit tr )tr. r'' I S rgMi?' fiJS. rij- - tir 1 ictt audicnce-cham-bc- r. Mil UsHUciUruunk Cur- In dUc-- 4 cf L liW&L miMCArsMf bfstflefir'i dTk-CsUvoia du Into '' lHt tTr rlow-t- rt yst Tjr luivtl4 sf S.S.S.I ur r. cur -r. i.r til to fcaa tilnrwl LtoiMt-i- InlsMlU for tltif. ftt --ml NiMBtar Heal itnchrflaj Msty their Hh yml s eill U te) tWm t oe-h-it otler snll re ten! IM ....Mt VoJrf.. T..r ttoe'rr 'M J Mast. ! ,.l AW'y We.hter-to- n t sn t"?' - r3 A tA Scrofula. RkU iinti Lm Cumi lbousU ut fr rat rftn, M If hairita ami Iiir,t4cf lnjartb t& BKt ftvnalUv 17 tttrtxu AtiratJ on ikv1 -- &J ftkta Pum fstl oo ppU raonn. Dniggi.ta Sail It, CtfitCanirrT li u fwf rfol tttitr THK V J9f MAYFLOWER. ri!SSMi m? W. L. DOUGLAS $M t flLj?" (.l II SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3- - Aflaula, (.A ZI $3 SHOE oenlen. Utt Uhi 4 ! A J I " I have been afflict- Blllousnosa, "cd with biliousness coustipation Constipation,.."andfiftccn ycars. for "first one and then Stomach another prcpara-Pain" tton was suggested " tome and tried but "to no purpose. At last a friend s. "August Flower" i if llMk fnM ir O ir rjrfft mi 4r 0t0 tt4ftr VtillU tls UJUtlAj'4Mtll fmmmtthv lltK t !& VXXTX I)M lta.w,iM Id t 1..1U,U 4Rdtft fr fti C ci r rr t U loMoiM tmiI utiu. .a jl,Tr TMfli - IU r cUn,a ). rrlii I mm y )OOfr th til O All t rl I". ! I fyUllf 4t4 rm for Lattsf Styles rtVetWi t.r'nft.. er , II rtetet lee-- l rU.i ink si.. n Itnff zaa fsljr A4lk.wtii p al.r trvr tnf if ym, cnl ft ctiitf drtltM jIhiI ! H.A. llrck(-- . MK t, t WAltri- (MraptMl t )arrwt At) srJ4t (uf i iwtrtti ltivB,va Wr llMtl la i x ft4 torn. II mA id tjir, I bovtitl I rvr ' 4 ' J M lUmitMl io Ilk .) Iwt. L'Art Do La Mode. rLAira. rU)iiri ritu tu i less ttsii.vts. IIP IIJ l.ti.t Mdelr t rttltjriiit-ryinjr.- M -- ! !. m risaitaii iiihh,u,ih lkl t ' QOD M1SDAI., l'UHS, 1878. GERMAN fJtt Sweet Chocolate. U U sstritiost tnl tiaUt-1( a nirtlocltr Itrorlto lth chllilrtn, and s most eicellcnl article for fisUlr ute. a drtsk, er SrrrcJ eaten tt confectionery, It It a dellolout Chocoltte. Thn genuine It starrped nron tho wrapper. S, 0r-man, Dor ettcr, ilait. Th mott pormUr C'hocoUtolntliemtrVrt. VIRGINIA "THE BONANZA The Coming Iron. Sheep-Raisin- N-n- prayer-meeting- bo-fo- re "its should be "everyone suffer- " ing with dyspep-"biublllcusr.c". G. G. oi "recommended August Flower. I " took it according to directions and " its effects were wonderful, reliev-- " ing iue of those disagreeable "stomach pains which I had been "troubled with so long. Words "cannot describe the admiration "in which I hold your August " Flower it has gjven me a new "lease of life, which before was a "bittdcn. Such a medicine is a ben-- " cfaction to humanity, and its good "qualities and "wonderful mer- - Josso Darkor, tt OF THE FUTURE." g Urn Mil a Iffl I Ci!:b., PreeivsT, O, oii"rinc t'jvrnco ntaticm. Ter Ktst, K.fsrtsre Best, rsafsltts, eU.. f Us sa4etrel auasiet tv f lij Sut. rr'y .u t taeKORrOLlX a wrsriRX xailiIOaD, ct Eut et.t. irt. teMrlp-t4 tfrtr5-"- t Ok Agricultural Dislrict and lt 0, MswTerl. till rasesjIfssU A. , Wssa-leftt 1 Ueaersi Oore, 5SAPS:, fJL sirn Wsskisru limi, IhUii " xi s. nr.-.- r tyfcrfrt titrywaes. Mai. W. BAKEH & CO.,Doreheter, "made known to Prlntor, Humboldt, eaa fM Tho Socrot of Honlth le pirrHrel,4li.l m4 ssslssllate tt proper Hueelltr ef wkol.,.Mi DM.d. This se.fr ltSe rase while I --USS tiSB BB BfST on breed ind 0M Thi Mark la on Trl Ilo Best Waterproof Coat ClNClN.-rjiTI- csTOCK-cattio-iuiiiui- oiiii ,i:a & 1 1 Konwaft. a GKEEN.Sole Mon'fr.Woodburj.NJ. iMtke .(. Tk b1e4 MM.i be wrtfle4 Ihreege II Is Ike vital prlaelple. tt.rrpmii rih bee's-- . Ilr.Talt't rill empel purl tie ealet r"lfU FLOIK-r-aml- e torc-.S- Rre-N- o.j .. eaf ttw T SCOTT'S EMULSION Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and HYPOPHOSPHITES lactlltiatttaptlrON tlUE tnd sj.ivrj. th . a. SILVER CO., CltttltM, u, eel nerronsnese I fceeer had ssp arsm t tail rm ,n.,e r era I reeemmend Ulsslttil.i44 14 nnrs geH. them as Iks L.tl pill ej ealsleaee, SS4 da all per Anrn ?r:'er-ir'r.fc-i.,7- : I ran In aeuelxl elhrre with Iktlr raerlle. i .0rMp,.Bu hs They are .iKcUHilfolX." rrrleiillUeUltswel)!B,etropoln. Iltr.lee,e Terh. Hi.. I". It. IIIUDUD, eUBsUesjs telsLj'kBttsrtastkM.W.MASuNN0n01a,yai ee-- t t tint r I rtt tm , I ou WTM-rrai41 Park Plice, N.Y. Price, 25c. Otic., 39 ft efeejiM h A Noted Divino nays t I bare h.ra n.lna Mr. Tuir l,lfr 1'llls tkepe.l ikr.e mealhi far dyspepsia, treat iMNNriii..n4 vitalise the wbela srslem. aint" '?;' IV "i 2806 lbs.o.TO sd'n H00 EARTH. StBd th world t IT iIM In oittMtrdtcr!llnl IMt fatlOUi taalt. Fl'H tppHctnt In etch $oo Tutt's Liver Pills, I !w -- Patents-Pensions-Clai- ms. Ari'LF--Prim- lrl 1 OsU-M- UeJ LAUD-West- ern -- - af r. d ..... .. ... of Lime and Soda ta udorse4 end prtacrlbed by lt4ln I.hjrtlclant because both Ilia fW r.lirr Oil and Jlvioiihophllea ara tna rtoogolted m r mwln. Wlllmskotlinb'ttrcr tu nolllard Boon in 9) minutes tm.Vmtlwi'(nT. It If th Imi for clcJintlnc wntto pipe, ll i nfcotlntf bottles, I rOWDEKID ARD rERrottiD PATRICK O'FAHRELL, II' be v rAji-I.yo terviMi i Tlioitiwsiaii'l (rA-tiJ- EWIS' 98 LYE leriEND roil INVBKTOIUf OWIDli irt 1 ArirUyWB (inus, loici, wain palnU. tree, oto. dr IBUjrA. SALT KTS CO., S1 I tf I Us --- jm If i?. fT - SfS l masimmM aifmH W 1 Inn, ., Afc-U- llilla., - T.V f'ffcfc Cot.nRj; WTlfTe. LAUD-Stea- stents In tliecureot (Joru"ijllen. II at imlatable at milk. 1 A ROBBER OR THIEF For Iroo liook tui'l r.ne, ui Scott's Emulsion &" tot CONSOIttrTION, Serefnls, Dronchttls, Wasting- Disease!, Chronic Cough and Colds. itk for 6outl'a Craultlou and takonootber. OHA1N-W!iot-- No. .... 1 hut Kmiy nm & It better than tte iy'ij soale asent wbo tell fou at gotpel truth that t.e Jones' $60. 5 Ton Wagon Scale Is not a stauilsril s. le, ami equar to any matle. list, a.UieMi ratai tau ptrta n r P.I..II,. tMrlM, IM Uu.1 torttrotltt, II T.rllM..llli.tL,tMrrs..lM,Cel. ID tlttrin.!".. mi rintiM) iMrneiw IB u-m- ti MINT Monir or Tiir. boo vry. Is a niuuiu for afenl tnt4tly N. V.CIiy. rrnl iMf rc ISO BlH Ate., Ailrfres . KATIlV. t. s..I. Pr. AN.K.-- K. 'S wiiex Jones of Blnghatnton, BInghamton, H.Y. etela Ibel AnyriiTirii wiiitinoto Ike dTtrtl'-yea ew i'i.rAE la Ikle nOTheBestU.S. Wheat-NaTted- !.."'. .in FLA orxixvm I M BUNTING C3.i3 wi uFa"157 AIll! hOLU IIV FLAGS I SIMMONS CO., j dkauks iw uuuiuii, lanuu, j 4ILITARY QOODB. riuuiitait rtrit. t -- That Tired Feeling LIVE STOCK CUTS. Wa will furnish duplicates iuuia mokfte rneir nou- - iuur. tW', Wr with i ry k cdtKe in ydurnexr X!.PS? i mm '2lRlfisiWnivi vrr n& Nnr " r:z viw v. Wt' TkvSP'Jy SAPOUO -. a I b. 2 . J ssf- OU'ra Cutsnowa oranr oth sr In bjjt Specimen lloo. at or btlow quoted prices for same. NewspaperCo- htook - liir IW A SENSE OF DECENCY Constritlns many peoplo to Lido tho dirt of tlioir kitcbonn. They mk the kitohnu n bocmt chamber, into irhioh it is forbiddon to outer; but half tho trouble which thoy tnko to hido tho dirt and tho dittgrftco which it would kcop the kitchen cloau, nnd all its pota aud pan. bright M dollar, that in, if thoy use, on-tail- s, A.N.KeTcgg Klectrotrpert suit Htsrrufjrpert, col-loss- 1. 7 & 179ElmtStreel, CINCINNATI. ONLY LINE RUNNINOA OraUAUaiGtiCaltrrom Sarsaparilla Passenger Train, A Day Coach CINCINNATI to ST. LOUIS; I Solid Stile Trslns. Bttt ROOTS (or COLONISTS, A., a W. FAIU8, 0. P. ww 41 iW 4th 6L. CiKiaattJ, a rat lfoCwBL BAPOZiIO - ijIlVfl )5UH7ptun. r t lull rut in My wlfo onil oUllil ImvliiB a mivero iittaclt of Wlioopluu round, wo tlinuulit tliat wo would try 1'Uo'a C'uro for Cou- tUIIltltlOn. and fmnwl II. tmrtit tunM,.. Tli. flr&t ttAttln lirnlio up tlio CouKh, ami four ImtlltH completely cured -- U. ttictu diBiKaiii, 1H7 Uuporlor Bt., Chlcajo, IlilnoU. xm r" . MM'bWvgfnMMfMNIPM ".mrunMUB mr',tm,r- - ia?.' " r - ,wl; i .JBi.j --si arf; .ft? I K lr -- w SUUltUWANEAN WtALTH. of the future, and cry out: "What mean KENTUCKY STATE NEW& ye by these stone?" there shall bo inValue or tlio rroilucta of Different Mlu- -' numerable voices t respond "Wo TrtnuAs CoLMVtn. aired 75 years, was lug Count rlea. mean tho Lord God omnipotent reign-cth.drowned tho other night, near Jackson, Monnlr.tr of tho Edlflcos Whoro When we reflect on the Increasing Ilourbon county, in Hlnkson creek. He production of tho mines where wo ChriBt'u Pralsou uro Sung. ; Still f urthcryou mean by theso stones was fishing, nnd, losing his balance, fell combustible minerals and metals, seek the people. Wo did not in and was drowned before assistance tho salvntlon of the subject 111 bo found to be ono of proDo Von Think a Man Is Hare nt or Chrlil? build this church for lucre worldly re- could reach htm. importance, sinco all tho portionate Voters l'rnin tho Kternnl World forms or for nn cducntional institution, NEWi'onrIsspendtngf3S0,00Oin spring conditions of financial nnd commercial Hay Xajr Ir. Tnlmage'e or ns n platform on which to rend essays improvements. Hrrmon. pewtr are so intimately connected with and philosophical disquisitions; but a JosKrii IIhvah shot and fatally ths existence of subterranean wealth. place for tho tremendous work of preached Rov. T. DoWitt Tnlmar-- c wounded Sam Mcltae, at Hopklnsvlllo, The value of the ontlre products of all Oh, I had rather bo tho menna Sutidny In tho new llroolclyit Tobcr-nncltho result of a quarrel over n woman. the mines of the earth, which they yield In this church of having ono soul on Clinton avenue, tho building All parties nrc colored during the year, is now estimated at for o joyful eternity, than 6,000 having been tlctllcntcd In tho morning FiRRnuiis are alarming tho pcoplo of more than two thousand millions of souls prepared for mere svorldly suc- tho enstern part of Simpson county. nt 10:30. Text: "What mean ye by these dollars. The precious metals, gold and Btones?" Jolisttn lv., 0. ment makes it impossible to tria?!"'rtt0 cess. All churchos nr In two classes, Tho residence of D. II. Hargls was silver, represent but a seventh part of The Jordan, HUo tho Mississippi, ha other lands any Egyptian antiquities, nil communities In two classos, nil ths burned, tho Incendiaries taking oare this trrssuro taken from tho earth's Muffs on one side nnd flats on tho other. nnd armed soldiery guard not only the race In two classes lcliovors nnd unbe- first to empty n barrel of water kept subterranean stores. The greater part Here and there n nycamoro shadows It. acropolis, but Mars hllL That tunc I lievers. To nugment tho number of ono near tho houso and to rcmovo tho windof the cold comes from the mines of Here and tlicron willow dip Into It. It obtained by speeinl permission fmin the t nnd subtract from the number of the lass from tho well. Callforn:a nnd Mexico, and from those In queen of Greece, a most gracious and other wo built this church; nnd toover walst-dcc- p wan only a liltlo 0YF..snoito has been hauling poison- of Urn nl. Venezuola and tho Argentine, I waded through it, but In brilliant woman, who received us as ward that supremo and oternnl Idea December as Republic Next to these nrc rated Con-adtho months of April and Mny tho snows though wo hnd been old acquaintances, , we dedicnto nil our sermons, all oui ed dogs off the streets by tho cart load. Australia and India. Tho TransInour Sabbath Tho Journnl complains that there are a on ML Lebanon thaw and flow down ond through Mr. Trlcoupls, tlio prmio songs, nil our prayers, all thousand dogs too many in Henderson. vaal In southern Africa acquires condeover- minister of Greece, and Mr. Snotwlen, Wo wnnt to throw to tho valley, nnd then the Jordan The Henderson fnlr association Is stantly increasing importance; In 1SS4, Then It is wide, our American minister plenlpotcnt.ary, fection Into tho enemy's ranks. We flows its banks. preparing for a revival of its fair this the export of gold was 09,343 pounds At this and Dr. Manatt, our American consul, wont to moke them cither surrender Jeep, raging and Impetuous. sterling in 1837, 133,58s pounds; In tbsS, reason of the year I hear tho tramp of that suggestive tnblct was sawed from unconditionally to Christ, or else fly io fall. c 835,870 pounds; nnd in 1889, it was The Nicholas county prohibitionists 40,000 armed men coming down to cross tho pulpit of rock on which 1'aul rout scattering the way with canteens, However, carlon gives humanity the river. You say, why do they not go preached. Now you understand why blankets and knapsacks. Wo want to havo nominated Aqullla HUdreth for a revenue three times as great as that Wo representative from Nicholas and Robup nearer the rise of the river nttho old we have mnrked It "Tho Gospel." Long popularize tho story of Christ which Is derived from all tho silver and camel ford? Ah! my friends, It Is be- after my lips shall utter In this church would like to tell tho story of His lovn ertson counties. The magistrates of wealthy Woodford gold mines combined. In this coltosnl cause It Is not safe to go around when their last message, theso lips of stono hero until men would rather die than given by coal, Great Ilrltnln the Lord tells us go ahead. Tho Israel- will tell of the law nnd tho sacrifice and live another hour without His sympa- county, in n fit of economy, have refused rsvenue lion's share; at present It draws ites had been going around forty years, tho Gospel. This day I present llif mto thy and love nnd mercy. Wo waut to to buy coal for the offices of the county hst theIts coal mines for two hunupon and they had enough of It I do not this church nnd to all who shall gaze rouso up an enthusiasm for Him greater officials. nnd sells millions of Mrs. II. F, (1 uthiuk, tho fourth vic- dred million dollarsdollars to theItwhole know how It Is with you, my brethren, upon them. Thus you Havo tny answer than was felt for Nathaniel Lyon when worth fifty but I have always got Into trouble when to tho question, "What, mean you by ho rodo nlong tho ranks greater than tim of tho wedding poisoning, died on world. Great efforts are constantly ir I went around, but nlways got Into theso 6toncs?" was exhibited for Wellington when li tho 23d at her residence in Louisville, made to attain safety In working from which a few days ago her husband, safety when I went ahead. Hut you must not divert me from the camo back from Waterloo grcato. have not spreads out tho Jordan, a rag- question of the text as I first put it. I than was expressed for Napoleon when tho first victim to succumb to tho mys- the mines, and these effortsat present, There fruitless; for We terious fatality, was borne to tho grave. been whoUy ing torrent, much of it snow-watjust havo Interpreted theso four racmorlals he stepped ashore from Elba. although tho sacrifice of human life Is como down from the mountain top; on my right hand, but there are hun- really believe In this placo Christ will The negroes of Clovcrport havo ap- net agreeable to contemplntc, the num- nnd I sec some of Uie Israelites shiver- dreds of stones In these ,surounding enact tho same scones that were en- plied to tho city council for n school In ing at the idea of plunging In. walls and underneath us,'ln the foun- acted by Him when Ho landed in ths building-- , ca account of tho txcs paid ym of m jnlng accidents decreaseamount to the Increase In tho Aud one soldier says to Ills comrade: dations, nnd rising above usJn tho Orient; and there will bo such nn openby them for which they have novcr rc J .) material mined. ucmorcsts Maga "Joseph, can you swim?" And another towers. Tho quarries of these nnd ing of blind eyes, and unstopping of eclved nny benefits. Tho matter was zine. Bays: "If we get across this stream wo c countries at thc.cnll of deaf cars, and casting out of unclean referred to a committee Coal In Engiant will get tbcro with wet clothes and crowbar and chisel hao contributed spirits-suc- h silencing Wsatorincd IIl'MK Ci.av, of Paris, plcndod guilty with damaged armor, and the Canaan-itc- s toward this structure. "What mean ye ns shall mako this house to flvo indictments for forgery, and was' When coal was first used In England will slash ua to pieces with their by these stones?" memorable five hundred years after sentenced to ten years and six months 3 ths prejudice against It was so strong that the house of commons petitioned swords before wo get up the other You rucuu among other things that you and I nrc dead and forgotten. Oh, in tno penitentiary. the king to tho use of the "noxbank." Hut it Is no time to halt. Tho they shall be nn earthly residence for my friends, we want but ono revival in The clays of Rockcastle are attract- ious" fuL prohibit proclamation hav-ln- r great host marches on. The priests Christ Christ did not havo- - much this churclt, that beginning now and A royal ing the notice of manufacturers and carrying tho nrk go ahead, tho people of a homo when He was here. Who running on to the day when the chisel failed to abate tho nuisance, a com- follow. I hear the tramp of the great and where is that child crying? of time, that brings down even St capitalists, several agents of whom mission was Issued to ascertain who multitude The priests have now como It is Jesus, born ia an out house. Paul's and tho Pyramids, shall bring have recently been dodging hither and burned coal within the cltv of London thither throughout tho county in search. li and its neighborhood, to punish them within a stone's throw of tho water. Where is that hard breathing? It is this house into the dust of specimens. ., i by force for tho first offense, and by tho Yet still there Is no abatement of tho Jesus asleep on a rock. Who Is that In might Oh, that this day of dedication RicitAiiD Hire, brakeman flood. Now they hare como within four the back part of the fishing-smac""demolition of their furnaces If they be tho day of emancipation of nil inv bouthcrn railroad, fell bo- - .i,.j i or five feet of the stream; but there is with a sailor's rough overcoat thrown prisoned souls. My friends, do not ncath the train at ShclbyvlUe while at,. iDtil ,t ft no abatement of the flood. Had pros- over him? It is Jesus, the worn-ou- t ,ul of. d mak mako the blunder of tho ship carpenters pect! It seems as if these Israelites voyager. Oh, Jesus! is it not time that in Noah's time, who helped to build the tempting to make a running switch and feas. tom coal In the city, and only in used that crossed tho desert are now going thou hadst a house? Wo give Thee ark; but did not get into it God forbid had his left leg cut entirely off. Ulto ta the vicinity.u to Is statedby forgers to bo drowned In sight of Canaan. Hut this. Thou didst give it to us first, but that you who have been so generous in ""ft J"",?' that among It child. has a the rtem "Forwardl" Is tho cry. The command we give it back to Thee. It Is too good building this church should not get un- Louisville, ln th tow o( Londoa a Jaueb McOaRTur, living near Dex- - document was found, according to rings all along Jhe line of the host for us, fcnt not half good enough for der its saving Influence. "Como thou "Forwardl" Now tho priests haTO come Thee. Oh! como in and take the best and all thy house Into tho nrk." Do ter, was nt work on his farm the other which a man was hanged ln the time of discovered his resl- - Kdward I. for no other crime than within one step of the river. Walk up and down all you think a man is safe out of Christ? morning when he seat hero. on fire. When he reached the ng been caught burning coal. Chicago This time they lift theirfeet from the these aisles. Speak through theso Not ono day, not one hour, not one minbuilding nothing could be teen of his Herald. solid ground, and put them down into organ-pipeThrow thine arm over ute, not ono second. Tin v fnnnrl In eI v:f nt the raging stream. No sooner are their us in theso arches. In the flame of or four years ngo. you remem- .. .n ,, .. w tntn Trhl-- 1nfl Threo De id DuUr Earn Ills . .. - It mo.l ' feet there than Jordan flies. On tho these brackets of fire speak to us, say- ber, a railroad broko down a bridge on .j! ....v - getting wwater to fendant:theNow, docthor, by virtue of right hand Ood piles up a great mount- ing: "I am tho light of the world." Oh, the way to Albany, and after tho catas- she bad fallen while oath, dldnt I say: "Kill or cure, docain of floods; on the left, the water Klngl make this thine audlenco-cham- trophe, they were looking around the extinguish tho fire. She was sixty thor, I'll give you a guinea?" and didn't flows off toward tho sea. The great ,ber. Here proclaim righteousness and timbers of tho crushed bridge nnd the years old. "Kill or cure, I'll take river, for hours, halts and rears. The make treaties. We clap our hands, we fallen train, and found tho conductor. Nelson Grat, a desperado awaiting jousayj You did, and I agreed to it?" the Doctor back waters, not being able to flow uncover our heads, wo lift our ensigns, Ho was dying, and had only strength to trial for arson and burglary at was shot through the head and largaln and I want tho guinea accordover the passing Israelites, pile w&vo on we cry with multitudinous acclamation say ono thing, and thatsvas: "Hoist tin virNow, d wave, until perhaps a would until tho place rings and tho heavens flag for tho next train." So there comi killed by Jailer nail tho other morning ingly. Defendant answer docthor, by you tue of your oath, this: Did find some difficulty in scaling tho water listen: "Oh, King live forever!" while attempting to escape. from the eternal world, to us care my wife? Doctor No, she's dend. cliff. Now tho priests and all the peoTns board of trustees of the town of Is it not timo that ho who was born voices of God, voices of angels, voices Defendant Then, ple have gone over n dry land. Tho in a stranger's house, and buried in a of departed spirits, crying: "Lift the Dycusburg has refused 'to grant licenses You know that docthor, by virt'ie of your oath, answer water on tho left hand side by this timo stranger's grave should havo an earthly warning. Hlow tho trumpet give to sell whisky, and for the first time ln this: Did you kill my wife? Doctor has reached the sea; and now that the house? Como In O Jesus! not the corpso the alarm. Hoist the flag for tho next tho history of the town it is without a No; she died of her illness. Defendant miraculous passage has ixcn made, of a buried Christ, but a radiant and train," aloon. (triumphantly, to tlw bench). Your 6tand back and see this stupendous pile triumphant Jesus, conqueror of earth, my Lord Jesus, OhI that Mrs. Samuel S. Hite, who died th worship, see this. You heard him tell of waters leap. Ood takes His hand and heaven, nnd hell. would sweep Ills arm around tho great other evening, mado tho third victim of our bargain; it was to kill or cure; Hy from that wall of floods, and like a hunaudience, and take you all to His holy tho fatal wedding supper at Lyndon virtue of his oath, ho done neither, and He lives, U glory to Illi umt, dred cataracts they plunge nnd roar in Ha lives, tny Jesas, itill the tame heart You will never see so good a Station. Coroner Miller announces that jet he axes his feel The Green Hag. Ob, the tweet Jnj this sentence giret thunderous triumph to tho sea. time for personal consecration as now. ho will havo an autopsy made in this I know that my Hedemer lires. How are they to celebrate this pas"Whot mean ye by theso stones?" "Wc case and endeavor to learn tho real naRealism to tho Queen's Taste e Hlesscd bo His glorious name forevcrl mean your redemption from sin, and ture of the mysterious poison. Dr. L. sage? Shall it be with music? I Jiwelcr (proudly) Aren't those straw-ferrie- s tho trumpet nnd cymbals were all Again, If any one asks the question of death, and hell, by tho power of nn om- D. Kastcnbine, who has analyzed specireal? I'd like to see anybody worn out before this. Shall it bo with the text: "What mean ye by those nipotent Gospel." mens of nearly all tho food set before beat them! Mrs. Gawkitt I reckon banners waving? Oh! no; they are all stones?" tho reply Is, we mean the comthe guests, says that so far he has been yew halnt seen Gawkitt's patch, havo faded and torn. Joshua cries out: "I munion of saints. Do you know that unable to discover any traco of arsenic ye? Come daown there 'baout tow AN ENGINEER'S MASCOT. will tell you how to celebrate this: there is not a Motrin denomination of Ho adheres to the theory that tlio poifrom naow, an' tho slghl'll build a monument here to commemorate Christians in Hrooklyn that lias not con- now III Train wa garni From Destruc- son was in tho mushroons used ln mak- miVe yer maouth .water. Jeweler's tion bran Old Man. tho event;" and every priest pats a tributed something toward the building ing the salad. Wt.Vly. A prominent Reading railroad official heavy stono on his shoulder, and of this house? And if over, standing In FnANKroitT colored people are trying IMinlng as she is learned Young marches out and drops that stone In this place, there shall bo a man who was talking about railroad affairs, nnt to organize a literary society. Princeton Yale: "There's no place. I see shall try by nny thing he says, to stir up the conversation turned to mascots. "I the genuine cases of glanders havo Miss Smith, that the man with doubt. Two a col the pile growing in height, In breadth, bitterness between different denom- remember," said he, "when I was an appeared In Union county, and owners lege training Is best fitted to fight his of Christians, may his engineer on the main line, many years In significance; nnd, in after years, men inations way in life." Miss Smith (musingly) went by that spot and saw this monu- tongue falter and his cheek blanch, ago, and of course you know wo nil of horses are much alarmed. OwF.Nsnono's city council has just "Muscle does tell In a fight, doesen't ment and cried out one to another, in and his heart stop! My friends, havo our little supcrstltutlons. Well, levy. fulfillment of the prophecy of the text: if there is any church on earth mine was this: While running over the mado its annual tax with SIThe tax rate it?"-Ju- ry. poll tax. where there is a mingling of all denom- high trestles of the Catawissa divis- is S1.90 nd valorem, "What moan.yo by these stones?" Diggs "Was that pretty girl your Cait. Wherry, commander at the where, you know, the train Illc&scd be Ood, He did not leave our inations, It is our church. I just wish ion, Newport barracks, has been promoted sister that you had with you at the conWe have that John Calvin and Arroinius, if they seems to be moving through mid air for church In tho wilderness! cert sight before last?" Illggs been wandering about for a year and a were not too busy,would come out on the several miles, and there is nothing to the rank of major, and Maj. Thos. she Isn't, but she will tie, I expect, just half worshiping in the Academy of battlements nnd see us. Sometimes in but rock and tlmlier below. I was G. Town&end to that of coloncL CoL as soon as I propose." Somervllle I have heard breth- In the habit of watching for the ap- Wherry, by his promotion will be trans- Journal Music, Hrooklyn, and Academy of our prayer-meetininfantry, io Music, New York, And some thought ren use the phrases of a beautiful litur- pearance of an old man who, I noticed, ferred to the Twenty-firs- t Boarder "Havo you any boneless wc would never reach tho promised gy, and wo know wfiere they camo nlways crossed the track just before we Nebraska. Col. Townsend will be placshad, madam?" Landlady "No, sir." s cams to the trestle at tho samo time ed in command at Newport laud. Some said wc had better take from; and in tho same Mr. Van H. Snook died at Emluenea, Hoarder "Very well, rnndnm; I don't this route and others that Some said I have heard brethren mako audible every day, rain or shine, winter or wo hod better go back, and some said ejaculation, "Amenl" "Praise ye the summer. I came to look upon this old a few days ngo, from the effects of the care for any more of tho shadlcss there wcro sons of Anak In tho way Lordl" and we did not have to guess character, with his bent form nnd white poisoned food eaten at his son's wedding bone." Washington Star. that would cat us up; and before tho twlco where they came from. When hair, as a mascot for the safety of pas- at Lyndon station recently. The other In tho Park. "Llttlo girl, whnt's smoke hnd cleared away from tho sky a man knocks at our church door, if sengers and our train, aud I nlways sufferers, with the exception of three or you name?" "My nainn is Iloslc; what's they will breathed hard until I rounded the four, are Improving and most are out of your came, little boy?" "I am not a after our tabernacle had been consum- he comes from a sect where dancer. ed, people stood on the very site of the not give him n certificate, He say: curve, which was just a fe"v r"d little boy; I'm a prince," Fllcgende Wash Raiisey was shot and killed HUtter. place and said: "This church will never "Como in by confession of faith." fore the trestle, nnd easier when I saw Jenkins, at Lexington, a fow again be built" Wc came down to the While Auonlraiu JudouTT, the llsptht, hisr. He enr"" to know tho sound of by Lee bank of Jordan; we looked off upon tho and John Wesley, the Methodist, and ray whistle, and always waved his hand. days ago. THE MARKETS. wntcrs. Some of the sympathy thot John Knox, the glorlons old Scotch "Well, one day he didn't appear as The Sullivans, father and son, on was expressed turned out to be snow- Presbyterian, are shaking hands In my engine approached the spot where trial at Maysville for the murder of Ct!tCIS!ATL ApriltS. to bo, and Thomas Hrashears, were found guilty. (J 3 0 water molted from the top of Lbs"i Heaven all churches on earth can afford he was accustomed vuQiwnuicneri ..... S oa itt Some said: "You had better not go in; to como into close communication: I was that scared 1 stopped the The jury gave Augustus Sullivan six HOGS Common 3 ri Good packers Something told me all years, and his son, Samuel Sullivan, 49) it SU3 you will get your feet wet" Hut wo "One Lord, one faith, ono baptism." engine. t, ftu 4 M M wnded in, pastor and people, further Oh, my brethren, we have had enough was not right, and I couldn't havo eleven years. iiit W tu nnd further, and in some way, the Lord of HIg Hethel fights tho Fourteenth driven that train on to save mo until I i t Wlrl Lexinoton Is organizing a base ball FUJI J rcJ. i :i ii I only knows, how, we got through; and New 'i'ork regiment fighting the Fif- had Investigated. Sure enough, I club and wants to get ln the Inter-stat...,...,. W 1W ncirea Cora-I go all around about this great teenth Massachusetts regiment Now walked out on the trestle with the con- League. raised....,., Oatt Null miiea . to u ( ffii house, erected by your prayers, and 1t nil tlmcn who nrn for ChrUt nnil ductor mid flieman, and about 100 yards A simoriNO affray occurred at ,".'-N- o. u to sympathies, and sacrifices, and cry stand on the same stdo go shoulder to out we found a rail loosened nnrl Simpson county, tho other ,. 00 (CISCO. .. m i (II to leaf out In tho words of my text: "What shoulder, and this church, instead of turned to one side. A freight had afternoon. Hill Williams, white, and a T01)AC( Ooodleaf..,. ...1J :ft OHO) mean yo by these stones?" It Is having a sprinkling of tho Divine bless- passed over an hour before and done negro, both tough characters, got into rnoviblONU-Mr- ss pork. ...itamwi w . ..., nn outrage to build a house like this ing, go clear under tho wave in one glo the mischief. We went on down the a difficulty over the payment of a dolprime ileum u e so 13 a Onion if ho vast, and so magnificent, unless rious immersion in the name of the Fath- road, and the next day my old lar, and the negro drew a platoL Wil- BUTTEH to choice dlry e S M cromerr... there be homo tremendous reasons for er, and of the Son, nnd of the Holy Ghost friend was on hand as usual. I stop- liams ran into bis house Bear by, got AJl'LEs-Pripert)Bl. O noi 1 10 U miih 3 doing It; nnd so, my friends, I pursue I saw a little child once, in Its dying ped tho train to speak to him and he his shotgun, and returning, emptied rOTATOKS-p- er NEW YOItir. you with tho question of my hour, put one arm around its father's told me he had besn tick the day be- both barrels into the negro with fatal FLOl'It-r- alr 4 m to Fanry 5 5 75 text and I demand of these trustees neck, and tho other arm around its fore. T m not given to foolishness, effect There has been no arrest uimin-nncsi-- nai i is t rea. II No. 1 ... and these ciders and all who have con- mother's neck, and bring them close but 1 tell you I connect that man with 4rl 1 !X A BAFT passed Beattyville, the other Corn No. S mixed, new ... Rl it H tributed in the building of this struc- down to its dying lips, and giro a last good luck, for the day he died 1 was day, which was in some respects a nov... M O 71 ture: - "lVhat mean ye by these stones?" kiss. Oh, 1 said, those two persons will promoted and have gone up the ladder elty. It was made up at tho mouth ol . ...M ttli si steam (ItU Hut before I get jour answer to my stand very near "to each Other always vr since." Philadelphia Inquirer. "Kingdom Come," 1. Letcher county,! .. aoova . in ... ana was wx tlilUAbU - Z question you point to the memorial niter such an interlocking, Mlie dying ISO mues ueaviy viuo ifc"K.,.'w"" Ptni... i1 k n ft io wall nt- 1h side of this pulpit and you Christ puts one arm around this de13(4 in 1ie red lKU'l feet long. Neat, comfortable cabftr No. I Cijlcago sprint ... as fM4 A say to mo: "Explain that unusual nomination of Christian, nnct the other was ou is St Louis street-eaIi , Corn No. t nciaon it sad the crsw consisted bright-eyegroup of memorials. What mean you arm around that denomination of Chris- bright-facedOats-N- o. miss tripped ten men and four ladles. The raft wtt 8. .... ..... .. liUCO by those stones?" Hy permission of the tians, and Ho brings them down to His lightly into tho car at ono of the downbound to some point on the Ohio river. pOUK-tes...- Bteam. LAKD u s eijj people of my beloved charge I recently dying lips, while He gite$ them this town crossings, and before proceeding At Hurllngton, John Keys, on trial IMLTIMOIill visited the Holy Lands, and having In parting kiss: "My peace I leave with many blocks every seat in tho convey....,. S1 ft) iI 11)1 l for the murder of Hilly Fee In a shantj FLOOR Family. mind by day and night during my ab you. My peace I give unto you." ance was occupied, principally by ladles, boat on the Ohio river, was acquitted. HUtt Corn Mixed, it M rising house of prayer, I betho I heard a liaptlst minister onco sny when the signal-bel- l sence this again warned The employes of the Kentucky CenOau Mliet tt a 8 si thought myself: "What can 1 do to that he thought In the Millennium it motor-ma- n to stop, and this time a gen tral Itallroad Ca have mado up a hand- r, AUD Kenned. u n M) I'ORK-M.... Oil snowy some purse for tho widow of make that place significant nnd glorl would be all ono great liaptlst Church; tlcman entered tho car, whose tho late OATTLE-ri- rst quality 4 To ii s is ous." On the morning of December 3 and heard a Methodist minister say half and beard indicated he had Conductor Norcutt, who was killed on UOOS ... ...... 7 00 W 7 S7( we wcro at the foot of the must sacred that he thought In tho great MillenINDIANAPOLIS. seen nearly, if not all, of man's the road a few weeks ago. BAIN Wheat No. S Red 0 .l Of) mountnln of all tho earth, Mt Calvary. nial day it would be all one great Meththreo score and ten years. SeeNo, i ...... OOR residence of J, L. a n There is no more doubt of tho locality odist Church; and I have known a ing no vacant scat, he at once sought ofTint wealthiest men In Friedman, one OATS No, ( ..... the Paducah, wai thnn of Mt Washington or Mt Illanc. minister who thought that In tho support of a strap, when tho young LOU1SV1LLU. On tho bluffs of this mountain, which the Millennial day It would be all ono miss, with a sweet smile and becoming entered by burglars while tho family PT onn Familr in CSSC5 was asleep tho other night, and over OltAIN Wiieav No. s red (A 1 06 is the exact shape of tho human skull, great Presbyterian Church. Now I deference arose and proffered tho aged SIR 000 worth of diamonds nnrl 1S0 In ,,,, COIW Mixed,,, n 77i - - nnd so called In tho lllble, "the place of think they are mistaken. I think man herseat. Of course ho declined OATS Mixed ( SSi, ftllM n skull," there Is room for three crosses. the Millennial Church will be a comwith blushing thanks; but tho young money hioicn. mo uurgiars gaineu an PORK Mss. (ft 7S entrance through the rear kitchen door. There I saw a stone so suggestive I posite church, and just as you may take lady insisted that she would not sit roll I'd it down the hill, and transported the best parts of five or six tunes; and while such an aged man stoml, and tno They mado good their escape and it It Is at the top of this wall, a white under the skillful hands of a Handel, Mo- seat was taken under protest that such a have not yet been captured. IlAnois and Eastin, attorneys, sued stone, with crimson veins running zart or Heethoven, entwine them Into tiling had never happened to him before. through it, the white typical of purity, grand and overpowering symphony, so, Of course the heroino of tho Incident the Louisville Gas Co. for a 525,000 fee, Edwards allowed them tho crimson suggpstlve of the blood that I suppose. In tho latter days of became at once the center upon which Chancellor paid tho price of redemption. We place the world, God tako all eyes ln the car were focused; but ttOO. will Oeorob Satterficld and John Mo it at Ue top of the memorial wall, for the best parts of all denominashe stood tho ordeal bravely, nnd did above all In this church for nil time, In tions of Christians and weave them into not seem to imagine she had done any- Qabb were drowned while fishing at Prevail w"h It D0" ensealing and dlioourstlm sermon, and song, and prayer, shall be one great ecclesiastical harmony. Broad thing very extraordinary. One of the Louisville. effect In spring and early ummer, when tbetenlna Onk hundred nnd fifty negro laborers street, ot the cold air I gone and the days grow the sacrifice of Mt Calvary. Look at as the earth and high as the heavens, pairs of eyes, however, boon discovered It. That stone was one of the rocks and that will be the church of the future. the secret of her action. Suspended employed by the Richmond Water and warmer. Hood's 8araparllla speedily orerootn by cnang of rent at the crucifixion. That heard the Or as mosaic Is made up of jasper, nguto from a ribbon at her throat was a pretty Light Co. in laying mains at Richmond, "thai llree feeling," wueiher earnedor (line, and climate, season or life, by iverwork cry, "It Is finished." Was any church and many precious stones cemented to- monogram formed of the letters I. II. struck for higher wages tho other morn- Imparts that reeling of ttrongtb and on earth honored with such a memo- gethermosaic a thousand feet square N. She was a King's daughter, and ing. They wcro getting 81.85, and now whleh Is comforting and istufjlng. It alio curei In St Marks, or mosalo hoisted in tlek kesdaebe, blllousne, tndlgeitton or dyipepila. rial? "In His Name" had bravely done what demand St. 50. e seraphim in St Sophia so I Ileneath It are two tables of stone she considered to be her duty. At Maysville the other morning Alex which I had brought from Mt SInal, God will make, after awhile, one Johnson qunrrelcd with his wife, nod where the law was given, Three cam- great blending of nil creeds, and all A Now York merchant's wife was thot her lu the head, Indicting what li els were three weeks crossing the faiths, and all Christian sontlmeuts.tlio converted recently from tho notion thai probably n fatal wound. After the desert to fetch them. When nt'Catro, amethyst, and the jasper, and the chal- H was wrong to take the life of any ani- shot was fired, Delia Carlisle, his wife's Kgypt, 1 proposed to tho Christian Arab cedony of all different experiences and mal on being informed by her husband, Ister, seized tho smoking pistol, and, that he bring one st no from Mt SInal belief, cemented side by side In tho in response to a demand for a new seal- nutting It to Johntqn's head, marched jasler bring two great mosaic of the ages, and while the skin sacque, that the lives of u number him down to the mayor's office, when he said: "We etc older ill nifsM- - UliliforSj. Prepared only rocks than one, for wo must balance nations look upon the columns and of seals must needs have been sacrificed she turned him over to the paoper off- by c. 1. noon k co. low.ii, ms. tUcm on the bock of the camel," and I archltravls of that stuDondou church to satisfy h.ar longlpg, icers. Tb parties are all colored, On Dollar . KK Dom SEKMONS IN STONES. e, did not think until the day of tlidr rival how much more suggest!" would be tho two, becnuso tho'law wa written on two tables of ' stone- - Those stones marked with tho words "Mt SInal" felt tho earthquake that shook tho mountains when tho law was given. The lower stono of tho wall Is from Mars Hill, tho place where 1'aul Mood when ho preached that turnout sermon on tho brotherhood of the human race, declaring "God hath mado of one Mood nil nations." Slnco Lord Elgin took the famous statuary from tho Acropolis, tho hill adjoining Mnrs hill, tho Greek govern- ' " i soul-savin- ( pro-pare- a, the Koran. Put the result was hardly what Sir Richard nntlolpntwl. Ths villagers were nt first surprised, then Impressed, nnd then there wos n rush for relics of the holy man, and In n very short timo tho whole house was pulled down over his hendl Tho nssumed fakir mado his escape very rapidly, nnd, during tho remainder of his Journey, uever mnde use ot tho phosphorus ngnln. Qolden Days. Delighted. The The pleasant effoct and the perfect safety with which ladles may uso tlio liquid fruit laxatlvo, Hyrup of Figs, under all conditions mnko it their favorlto remedy. Hts pleasing to tho eye and to tho taste, Rontlo, jetelTtvtuuna acting oa tho kldneye, liver and bowols. llio 1'rrsUna' l.ovo for Itellee, As illustrating tho peculiarities and also tho dangers of Oriental trnvol, Sir Richard Hurtou relates nu adventure he encountered whllo visiting a Persian village, In tho dlagulsa ot n fnklr. A houso was assigned to him, nnd, In order to keep up lit reputation as a holy man, ho scribbled some holy words on thnoutslda of his door with a bit of phosphorus. This was done, of course, whllo daylight lnstcd, nnd when darkness descended, tho holy man's house was decornted with a flaming text from Agnlnit Winter FeebW I.un llnle'a llnney of llorotiound anil Tar. Tootlmclie Drops Cure In ouomlnuto. riko's yoRtirr tv 1th Wsvsa uroposo to a girl eu shipboard-s- he might thro jrou over. rnuaasiphis Ttmss. .,, . An m small as homtrojintlito pellets, and ns oasy to wko n Biicar. KycrjrboJy Ikes thoui.CurtcrsUiUoUvor lMlls. Try tliem. - 8INSCAIBJ rs ouria m OlHSmOHi will nah Ta s ren II eto rfsetn't Una w what ruin Is he has never et been on his last legs. Ding horuton llepubllosn, Itemed)' for siccDralni lff!l? 11 Dkst, casloU to Crtt-irr- Uaa and cheapest, l'iso's lly drugvlatsi SSo. Tns tugboat nnd the chiropodist aro looUiitf afttr taws. Boston Bti!''.'" WoUNDi.CUra, Swellings THI Ottmn I A. VOQILIR C- O- laments. M. Talk's cheap, but when it's backed up by a pledge of the hard (ash of a financially responsible firm, world-wid- e reputation for fair and honorable dealing, V means 6usiftcss Now, there aro scores of sarsaparillas and other all cracked up to be CIMOC or company, of O ITiisii imsj of popular ffnji. ar--I ranted fef ) fleno or orn, pltces iregulafsUe), sunns' of "Ml ! sent mi receipt ot J 100. of I tW V4 a lnile placa on receipt ot csnle. Seal 8 Ceats la roitii Sissies for fisop., sail list. THE HENRY STIER COMPANY, BALTIMORE, Mde P. O. Box QOO. A Vsfl DO SHEET MUSIC MH 3 CTS. hand-shaking- wmvwti esaisBSMi 730,-Oc- blood-purifier- s, ' bo-In- the best, purest, most peculiar and wonderful, but bear in blto their lip mind (for your own sake), folna; to bite Coutineai there's only one guaranteed Fob strengthening and clearing tho rolee, and remedy for a so "llnow.i's Hiionciiuu Tuociiss." "1 h...Mm,nMI ll,.m In frlAnt whfl WITH- torpid liver and all diseases publio noeukors, and thoy have provel ex. irciut-iitu. uutuj n.m that come from bad blood. licochur. That one standing solitary "now is your boy fettlng along St and alone sold on trials is "First rsle. He rrrltcs me that tie joes to Doston every night to study the Dr. Picre's Golden Mednan." Boston UaieU. Tntia Levers, of Couraa rary sajra that pretty girls theml-Ilally A contemposhould nevsr If not, why notl Who la TTsyjBfi-AWKps- p i tL PffX blopd-purifi- er Borrii-vuuiu- -- liar-vsrd- l" trans-Atlanti- Is IT prorxibfr that what a million women say after dully trial Is a mistake! Thiy say they ktwie by test that Dobbins' Elcctrlo la purest and best Thsyh&re most had 94 years to try 1U IVu give t one trial. IVnix a man sets ln trouble It often takes a round sum to square matters, Yonkers AtwiTS avoid harsh purgative pills. They first mako you sick and then leave you Carter's Llttlo Urer rills regulate the bowels aud makoyou well. Doso, ouo pill. "No," ssio the Huston gtrl"I can't as; Thejr ere sue. that 1 on or thunderstorms things, - Hrooklyn Kagel. loud, tay ical Discover. do good in skin, nnd scrofulous diseases scalp and pulmonary consumption just let 10 is only its makers know and get your ... lung-scroful- If it don't a cts. Pays for One Bulb .,.., Hltr-111.1- money back. k, ,. i, ... ?' ptm Brstxo snnounccnetits are tn order among tradesmen, ereu the organ grinder Ukea a turn at 1L- - Y"itkr Statesman. Talk's che.ip, but to back a poor medic. no, or a common , as rvViisM. It Is a Hsciat. JHntiraiei MooUily of il one, by scl'.i? it on sees 4vmJ io fotri, fruits sal (ilal."f. rfftltv aiili(ihrauiy Judical Discovery" f.T..i,u itiiiu "Golden an) llttMsnrY ih. emit .lr.sl lUilkulKifstlm. is sold, wi. J bankrupt the tisf lets In all pstis ef ths mt U UiArtKUi by sua In flowsrs M. Stanley snj Ml. Jrphson en el Afila. Mil shortly appears lTois n4 1 largest fomino. i tSe Iln4. AuiitIU.NwZsUnJ. SeuOJ Chins. Jspan. Samoa, rop'i but only " Dis- Amsrka, llcll.nl aaj Uusreisr. sJs Intff'f Talk's Gueiamr. rule l.t Clsnutl sni lUfoelss In rntlsnl, Nsrtlsius la covery " is guaranteed IrsUnJ, etv anl sfersi sf Hie InUroUnr n4 use1 1 t. orinci.uvr.i.i. GLADIOL itr.,11 I III... riuw.i.umvimjvouv-terfly- ) US. a packetof wkinds of New and Beautiful Flower Seeds.and a 4 months' trial subscription to the Mayflower, the best paper on flower and cardenlnrj VL'IC Sn-kr- '" , ' . S)llllP hav-den- - h -- r '. fit? n "Monkey" with your Don't uuuu, ful rtouse, how lor tohi fmils w carewtUfc!s In 'Uie t'Sa. Bower, .el U ankles smlniet ivr v i ''a X Vr-sallie- s, sea-bir- and ruption brevd ritrrui-ucfnlMeM,U'nlbl,ui.p Into lucvraMe chiuaM die rrdtrs. sss 0 ser safe, sp1t sod rur for all tbnl Uixatatou Inherit poisoning. Skin uu I roe , rd and t)M eun-ibousaad 91 c Pf Cancer, II 1 a puoerral Knle for otll-raie rrnn, yr 11 nana. s and InrapaUe ot Injuns lb velar U dang ous la slrk. baxardtn tlueatvctall lUtxhi. corto du cl tlie IMW.i ni4 AOMM AND TUB UtAlrtlrVl Wit UKD WtJOV'H OlADKHllSaeJ iSltiS foe Oil WCINTJ rth Its ratrttl. ACQUAiMlti ttUT YOU sur Choke seel Is cosiposej f The pad"! new rws v hkh ill n)Ve a sMMlfKent rei cf trr-i-s iilijtolusl a losl all suarnsr & ere cf sr-- ltf Uoea new soft. sHl trtliuol, titu.eylik comes. Ml sentthis mall rest IU $ of wir frlo4s to accept t14. troMe e you an J e -- llf eer.l pu f. e meKjlpeont Aeianllis Kile I e 1 of Msry Waihlat- ssnj the WonJerf ul. Er.t-ttoinm senJ ekjaat t.f perpet- Iw so I loo Rose. IT A trT piKs to cents rt t" " tne rrotfa anj wtlwis. IS m ae ' lrcts nit The'ta(ne or or rJv .e SO I I pos.1 aiton-as Writ at once iMsofltr th .! r-- i ih their THE MAYFLOWER, r tuusl MBS 1U A SJttCBb VF flsjBjrBSSBjpejr jHstW . treatise otTitkwd aed skta Dueawa m Jed raxs oa appli cation. Druggists Sell It, W. L. DOUGLAS ejE.ee SjS.ee S SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3- -. Atlanta, Caw sup-pos- th "August Flower Stomach " another auhriHaaiert. Ite--tt Uhiltsr,.H. A . 11 MKnl, s(iiWtk,uJaeMlhM,at .ierbirlr 0411 uw,iar ihi iarr loss f.liM. as, u rpelatl alp4 tee SHOE S3ll.nln HmJ-mV QENftyW aa itjl-- ci.lis oit 4 l$&f Latest Styles jfSiVi L'Art Do La Mode, UTT.T nai su tat tuss rtsiiiuss. -- w 55 divinely-appointe- d Constipation,,."andfiftccn yeara; for constipation prcpara-Pain- " I have been rlrJtiisirnsrr jkil krnU UmI Ih "ed with biliousness tvnpKWtsi ra wuiruitlrtitattsjfu.vis raaas rsu mn - r s: 1 ms f.r JIm. u ft , 4iMtmit O-sfftOJrtl4t t!U 0 bi U4U, 9.tm U ll- rtul I artielenrer ijW, tl AtlrooaSi ftd itwir4 tlb hiffieiibt' 4 lsjsre afviu lAsM, ftaf. U 4 fii. sVerr f strlsMUf 1frtl4'sTii sr s difx lUUHBSk . . 'IkMlalf vfaatv inre,Mie,Bi iMVTki'sii jssjssvex is. Lissisit m bm- -I C s.rT-t1 e O O OO f.r ikes jL .vr L1lrUi mi railivM iviiaiimaiiiv All rat 'Ik C7tisrrM. PtUUt rj-Mfl.l(L Melf uiLsv L. IuJ r ciiuiitr.ii sib si .isrortrerl. far Ule.1 ew4le asnSer la m4 SI le -- riiai tali ruts r.i ac. rrm teiSi s fr . QOLD MUDAIi, PAniB,"l878. fJ&tM first one and then s. "to N-n- prayer-meeting- no purpose. At last a friend " recommended August .Flower. I " took it according to directions and " its effects were wonderful, reliev-"in- g me of those disagreeable "stomach pains which I had been "troubled with so long. Words "cannot describe the admiration "in which I hold your August " Flower it has ijivcn me a new "lease of life, which before was a "burden. Such a medicine is n to humanity, and its good "wonderful "tome and tried but " tion was suggested GERMAN Sweet Chocolate. Tbe most popular sweet C'bocolatoln the irmtVtl. la nutritions and palat able) a particular avorito with and a most eicclle&t article for familr VIRGINIA "THE BONANZA OF THE FUTURE." and The Coming Iron, Agricultural Sheep-Raisin- g District Tar fKtft f iliui '1 oi"riiic iTxrricr N'ivi'iCej. Xsps, X.fnraM !!.. PiiapSl.U, !., CsIukShis, Served as s drinV, or eaten as confectionery, it lis a delicious Chocolste. The srenulne is slamned 'upon the wrapMr, S. Ger man, Dor .ester, ilaea. 171 u vsessrfsl mta.nl asl airtroltanl sf the tuta, rrly U si.au sf Us M0RT0LX WUTtRM XAIXtOAO, a 7 tut Sttte Stmt. sf Wssslst-te- esMtle-Ut- e 1 1 SreaaasT, HsvTsiki iU riaaiple.sla At , WaU-Uftse, D. 0.1 erleOtiwial OSes, ROAJtOKZ, TA. rs i a s rats r rs wj BUMt, Ixtaai i "qualities and mcr- - eisrjuWe. W. BAKZR &CO.,Dorcheiter, Man, Bell hf Gieesrs UoVEs H BHI kreeJ This Tnsdsj Mark Is on Waterproof Coat In trie ro rid. liUCSTOCK-Cstlle-ttimm- ontJ It tti wrr It ie4llrrC Hlm1lnt a Printer, mum nil If- mt w.tltioMt fbta TM "made known to .!) I HHrl(lr Ut r MCT?r bthrat t the rtlrme Tli 'everyone suffer- - Humboldt, Muttt b urtflJ tel! UUlhc HUI ftrlaalple. mgwith dyspeihrh rxprlef lbs4y. nr.Tttt rillirii Kansas, ft psia or biliousness jUm. G. G. GKEEX.Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.N'J. t A Noted Divino Nays 1MIU Ur, aa-- 1 "its should be Jesse Darkor, prr Tho Sooret of Health rtjm Ulra od. 4IllMruUI-AadTttBil- F tkU 28069.0.'.. fa Mr T iv. viviv.wh v. p svrais tuts rsrsa,r t Wi-:-; Xloo por a.w, Arm " niiliiwMMail, " w. " Sirurtleaies ap.ertaalltIatSe; alrnaU'sr. TX"' iruitatiiBl m.. ad4r.S n.iers teralKE M, W.MASOU, SGilJla.YJ. le Ilea. ear t s ruis rsrss k a, pm iim. kjcsilty ON TIME LAMHS-Siitl- 1 QKAIX-Whcat-- Ko. e 3 S 1 No. , n. SCOTT'S EMULSION Of Pure Cod Liver OH and HYPOPHOSPHITES llilnB t tbstM Ts-- rr "I him ht,m tbpl ikrtt nttnt frTult I.Uerwk tm44hs,ilnrTiitncs, I ntvtr bl najr ( tee iJ JjAlS.slrfirst f ?"?"' seenev. sna Bls a L. u. aikf an "' - Ifiniln na(hti tl Tutt'srortLiver Pills, uTsrri'niA. Price, 25e. ORlce, I rANimN-- 1 pill 11 mi4o tl nrusiUt efetrsi with Ikctr mtrlU. uibUUr." Xctr Turk. IUt. r. Ke UlttOOD, nt Miith ?:. -- ..i-rn- 39 41 Pirk Place, N.Y. Patents-Pensions-Glaims. Prt-i- me, 1 I I EWIS' 98 l LYE rOWDXRED AHD rCETUXID 1 rct-.-.- fM.-Mlit- td... POnK-NewmeLA'"-Vest- ern of Lime and od la endorsed and prescribed br Wading Iihrslclaua because both the Cbd f.lrvr Mil fc jnirsit I,yo msdo. Will mako tlio fvil per BoanlnCOtnlnutoa fumed Hard Thj flrongrtl oud ;. TOB IrrVKMTOlUr OUIDM. PATRICK O'FARRELL, rti-- r tSS,JUS if S icilVnUI-Jt.'In- - N-- m. GBA1N-Whoat-- No. r. d ....... .,,, 1 iis and ltviihoiphlttt are tbe reovgnlKed aeentelnlhecureot Coiwumpltan, Ills aa puis tails as milk, for cloanslncr woslo pliws, (lis. Infectlnp sinks, rlosota, wosh lu? bottles, paints, tree, oto. XEfHA, SALT MT'O GO,, 'asVTwsll r vH Oen. Agts., Phlla., Pa. )F flbOKlf ii ltUtlmbal ifetJKiS J I Al fewictofeki rws a. f) fm rfe A HOBBER OR THIEF Is better tli an Uie ,( j sale sseat as truth that Uie bo tells rau OKAIN-Wheat-- No. Scofi'tEmultifH.:..1 i n tnmilerful irUH Vroiluerr, s ets. Jlwr JUnuJu tot CONSUMPTION, Scrofula, Bronchitis, Wasting- - Diseases, Chronic Cong-hand Colds. Ask (or Boon's Emulsion and takenoother. it fa fAe u-,i r " tan firsa te iorisroiiistiinni!iH InlM"'1MlM. ,M UUa ni(krTa,io.,liojSt.,..lr..,c. ID nf ft uonanu lor 7ma vaj. delar. Adtrese hrna for ertna-MlaHUNT A KATO.V, ISO Slh Ale.. N. V. t'llr. C Tiir. hook Unrv. Jones' $60. 5 Ton Wagon Scale la not a sUmlanl scale, and equal to roe-- freo book nml trice list, aildreM fl. ?, anr made. A.N.K.-- K. elate that 181 (Se tvitrx wiiitiso'to AtivrttTisr.ua I't.raaE Jones of BlnghaintoD, Blnghamton, H.T. aer. ra H A4rsrtUt la tale nCTiiaBestU.S. Pres-bytorl- 11" M BUNTING ie3..3, --- -- , LAKU--Btea- m.. I AIIK hOLU HY RflQTny FLAGS Q. W. SIMMONS Jb CO., UIQ! J dkalmsiii- uvuiun, mnvv. MILITARY QOODS. ruins mi una , ,- -. n Ni-- That Tired Feeling LIVE STOCK CUTS. We will furnish duplicates of XiZVIO HTOOX OXJ'X"s oraor other Cut abowa In aar Bpeo-Irae- a quoU 1 prices for ssma. A. H. Kellogj rrieirnuusca iliij iiuuiu mo.ie AP O LJ Oloorv. adr wil-- S ry a c&Ke in yournexrnousecieCe.ning $8M h .Al9NE: i - iOUJ Wt MsMeHsrHl IJook, atorbelotr A SENSE OF DEOENOY Constrains many peoplo to Lido tlio dirt of their Irftchona. Thoy mk the kitchen i uocrot chamber, into v hioh it Is forbiildon to ontor; but half tho trouble which thoj take to hitla tho dirt and tho dipgrace which it entails, would lecop the kitchon cloan, and all its poU aud pan bright dollar, that in, it thoy usq m Newspaper Co- - Klrclrotrpers sel Slereoffper, col-lost- i'.7&170ElmtSlreet, UNCINJVATt. u tup-pos- ' Hood's ONLY LINE HUNNINOA BAPOIjIO e Sarsaparilla Passanger Train, OrsVlQOiaKUIlrron A Day Coach Pti0$CW2L swMTSJsail osutpptun. I Bolll Dslly Tialm. But ROUTE for CO LOU UTS. a. w. pants, o. p. a., w tth sl, cucisasu, o. CINCINNATI to ST. LOUIS; sriuiuutuunoHimias My wlfo nnd child laving a sovero tittuck of Wlioonluir CouBh. wo Ihoiialit that vo would try l'iso's Uuro for and found It a tierfect success. Too tlrst hottlo ,...... -- vwukx, rim iuur iiiiiiirn i'uiiiiiiuu.-i"i- ourea , tht-iu- U. aiBi.am, Uuporlor Bt, Chlcsfo, lUiooU. 'L teV4a V.' y ssaSBB PiMikSi,' ,f - . ' ' y ;,, mamAAiM..-- . -- m ::i,:.aL,.iu1Kito,. ijimtnm &j;&. .M2 M ':,'i: r