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D.'.ce-Jackson HICKMAN COURIEEf s?,, ItIt TOT OLDK8T NEWSPAPER Ilf WESTERN KENTUCKY. FINE JOB PRINTB, KXBOUTKD,.WITH r - J KEAMSS AHO DISPATCH. jt SALE BILLS, Street, neat door to Oil Hill vvbf. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC ETC CEOflCE WARREN, Editor. Prico of Subscription, $150 CUHHLNT KtMO ESTABLISHED 0JJKAT FOREST ttlHHS 185!). HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. MAY CATERPILLAR ARMY. DEPUTIES' SHOTS .Men In 8, I8i)l. VOL. Tooting K NO. 29. OAXX AND SEE US. TOPICS. linn ll.OOO && y 1'eiin.ylr.snU, iirpaDiicau rnrtj. Tub Clark county fair offers $7,600 In the National Iasue ( f ltepahllesn horses In hl stables niiiir Pisa. Muboob Whloh Stop Hallway Trains Working Tromondouu Dostruotlon Another collision has occurred be- premiums and purses this year. n no more comic polltl- There Cluh. A lltlt.Aln:t I'lilA lawyer, who tins In North Carolina. In Now Jersey. tween the coke strikers and the depuof late than tho bugle The platform adopted by tho CincinlAnnr.ns in many counties are buy cal dclli Just died left u will of S3 ivunK ties, the result being one striker dead Ing corn for feeding summoning nati convention of the national lengue blast of at seventy-flvWk foot up, In tlio Kmltcntlary cen. llio Country Lighted Up for IIU Around, A ltouto Ont Wl.lrli They Follow, ana one seriously wounded Sunday cents a bushel. country to rally round of republican clnbr is a curiosity in t the slid Duo Milage Has Mini "us, M.OOO malo folotiH and I,b00 CroMlng the fttrenini fly War Mr. its way. If it represents tbo repubtho baBlrflBf republicanism. Vi llr.troreil. V,,P, nlcnUenl 0rT "'' J'lt McCracken county Is erecting a of Tre.tlr.. ties Jirc rent. Ah nnnrchlst speaker vioI'clscnrl"S' No- - 8' proof vault for the protection of IU Clarksoi frument has tho sound as lican clubsthelssuesmostln favor with Tun New York dndo now considers f t Tho fiercest and Inost disastrous flra lently urged the nsscmblrd men to atSMwlo from wroteetpil tin. trnlnmcn have; .. . . The i,o. i, vo rescue two oi records. of a trui " tho members nro not wholly thosa H quite tlio thing to wear a red rose In on record in Atlnntlo county, N Jv for tack tho police, when some of the riot- been Carolina Central having a jecullur cxpcrlenc me men who had been at work nnd certalnlv more strident which tho republican party has been AutEnT IIomjiki, traveling through ware, liU hat thirty yearn was roglng Thursday In tho ers hurled stones at tho troops. The with caterpillars for four or five day being held at that house by tho central SlWlth I'orukcr, Thurston fighting for and boasting t than tui for the Kentucky, for Curry, Tunis fc Kansas In to lmvo nn nlllunco bunk, vicinity of Convcrtown and Port lie gendarmes at this point fired upon the past, and It Is something unheard of in strikers. They were set upon ) blowing In concert, It last few months Hon. Tom Reed of and the: to loan money to stockholders ut 1 per publli, and the heavens weie Illumi- rioters and tho cavalry Immediately af- the railroad history of North Carolina. ed, and the deputies come to and ston- Norwood, Lexington grocers, was seri- lends acb nn orchestral effect Portland and Rome is praised, to bo their aid. cent a year. nated like noonday. Thursday morn- ter charged upon those who hod Just cast of Lumbcrton Is what Is Ono of the strikers tried to take a gun ously kicked by a horno during a run- as thai ;whlch village humorists sure, for compelling the members. of the Austiiai.ia lias begun to ship eggs to ing tho pines lu tho nrlghlK)rhod not been put to flight by the gendarmes' known as the lllg Swamp, and the rail- from one of the deputies, when a shot away, near Danville. frcct niiPRttnnnldn wort. house to "transact tho public business," Tiik department headquarters O. A. are w : a: the HritUli tnurkct was fired by the .trlkcrs. SuperintendWhen matters had calmed road goes through It on trestle-work- , They nro nix of tho places mentioned IjoU flrd fire. ji an elegant euphemism for countlog U., heretofore located In Louisville, a go. yj & weeks on tlio wny. from a spark from an engine. doWh somewhat, It was found that Big-n- broken here nnd thcro In the solid por- ent then ilUl Are" :Ti TC ordered the deputies to will, for the "n'cle. tin or brass or the pegs in the cloak room as part of be at Fcarls, SlNCK the first of tlio year over 800,900 Tho heavy westerly wind wh. h was Ihirzllal, n member of the cham- tions of the swamp by embankments of quorum; but not word said about hV.te.W.h, !" nml L,ewis county, thejome of tho new couragadMhusIasm ' young J5 tho great McKlnleya bill orIsthe greater timber trees huvo been not out (n San blowing nt tho tlmo fanned the blaze, ber of deputies, Slgnor Clprlanul, n so- eartlu Last Tuesday an army of catermen .,,, , ' , " , i wjuminuucr, a. u. linns. Diego county, Cal. and tho Homes soon spread to the largo cialist leader, and twenty-fivothers pillars began moving out of tho swamp, thy of any response? Bill McKlnley. "We declare our belief sr., a pi-- a bo dcee ' Tue Jail at Somervlllo, N. J , was pines and In a short time, the whole for- had been wounded during1 the rloL Oim Ulid when limy tbo. very wise, but ltrls in the doctrines ot protection to Amerthe stream OTCr Lewis, corn on Youth by thieves the other night nnil est south of Pomona wus like n rnglnff man was killed outright by the gend?.his toes,la trimming ago, cut not 3id and calculattnir. vtitcml which tlio trestles carry tho rails, they It ican labor, American industries and a few weeks furnace. Tho air was filled with sparks, armes' fir In nddltlon a gemlsrmo massed on the railroad and proceeded were, held prisoners were rescued nnd one of t( to "make too Httlo of American homes, and Indorse the wispocketlk stolen. g too deep. set In in tho may. and amid tho roaring of tlio rushlntf was stabbed to death by tho rioters. to cross on tho trestles. The rails and Ukcn to Lclscnrlng. This vvr lino of Aluska exceeds lb ?xt the past, but It Is dom ot the republican party in continThe situation length by n.tWO inlli thnt of all tho rest flames could bo hcurtl the thunder of Later on another sharp conflict occur- tics wcro covered Inches deep with tho U tovf. reported quiet. At Lclscnrlng course of time, and his physicians were the. Cby intolerance which ued advocacy of that doctrine." And finally compelled to amputate his letr at sela oaks, red between tho soldiers and a mob In moving mass, and the first train that No. pines and tho falling of tlio United States. i causes which drew it then the resolution pats reciprocity tho men are better armed than ( path of the fire steadily Victor Kinanuel Hruiarc. Several per- encountered them wan broucht to a I asA'anr. oolnt in the ronton, and tho kneo. Tho operation proved fatal.--'- nasi ''iuVnesa. of mind, which upon tho back. Not a weird of to- At la satd that Senator IMmunds do- - The xiik rnHisH ui uiq L,exinKiOBkireei fori;: llniSfl and the flames (prt ad sons wern Injured and a trooper was dead standstill, tho l widened. ill, ll.f, Mmmniii x?f . a ! Ya - . tlil' J1lnsl.. ....J... B41JIMHU nruunuj KH'ts.rf. directions, comnleltly killed. It Is reported that Sienor Cln- - it In eevcral imp is i iito umii anilinir "' " "" ! '"- wkiuuIiaiI A ITnO .'Ui . rJannl'a wound Is mortal llin rails ...... been thoroughly oiled I three weeks nnd nro now fairly vilt- Ii a- - HIT enplnnlncrtJ.wi.iLjvni-mrI d tho COU .. . . Tho exhansted tho rnnl.nt.. ' Instructed Hneh nrennratluns look I . i, rmKRK thusiasm Oi young format compliment for the measure -- . Mo docs change of the wind the town of Absecon j noi rcictirnto his Mrtlulay. r.iTFR ' jinffHnx nnn "jinr MAY-DAbut wh'aTit was saved from destruction, but the Are to which was fanned by the winds of so of his sand-bosre In It IN FRANCE). not know when he was born, before ho got through I warlike, and further trouble Is fenred I con. much oratory In the Fifty-firKitt-oxtho swamp and reached a clear stretch In that neighborhood The cuku oper- -- j from Missouri, so far, nre was guided from Its old path Into tho ... ..I..1 . . xorce gross and Is'stlll lauded by republican ... .a n.lw. . v iiiu .uuim;iiuiiu IIIUUUIUIU is " "'." ""."rcy oi favorable to fruit ntul wheat, but no midst of tome of the most valusble - Seven Killed anil Twelve Wounded In at of track. It was thought that trip ators report an increased number of , w !, ..!,, ,"r,,ti." r7, . .:"""""" .josienngox t'olll.lim lletuien Miners and I'nltre rob- - journals ns a precious monument of young timber In that section. (Inultiwould be the end of the caterpillar men at work nt tho various works in a" i corn ami Httlo oats wcro planted. Z?" I'oarinlri. bery in the form of taxatlot. Youth political wisdom. Solemn silence about trouble, but tho very next day a train the region. They are still as firm for U)0 0'thcr throuh the ur. Tiik ltepnbllo of Guntcmnlit sends ally tho Humus worked their way Four-ml.sf of the worklngroen nt flemnniN n. rriAnea to rlso bv its. n.t. tho McKlnley bill, but sweet encourencountered another army of catcrpll- - tho scale adopted by them os when n word thnt sho will taken full hntid at toward C'onovcrtown, and by "''h'ek Closky, France, attended At rfTnriK! u t, imnaticnt of all r.rbj agement for Mr. Blaine's policy of recafternoon had reached the Friday. The remainder to their duties lars crossing the trestle and had tho month ago the stale was promulgated, son ofParis Frank j Thursday the World's Columbian exiKisltlou, Robert Closky, fell under a car, and preemption, and does most vefe-th- e iprocity. abstained from "It is work on thoso terms or Til it new United Mates treasurer tho ' outskirts of the town. What few work, and were very noisy, marching samo difficulty. Tho Charlotte-boun- d other afternoon, nnd had his right menty protest against being hancft. And where is thnt other great measmen there were aliout In the llrldi passenger train Saturday had a similar do nothing," declared ono of other day received f 10 from somo streets and lu the streets seined branches about thoof 4,000 singing, shouting, eta. experience, and n passenger says tho the operators Monday. Company E, legcrusheo. It will have to beompu- cappCd by burdens Imposed for the ure by which tho republicans wero going person In Missouri. A mob hooted nt a body of tatci t benefit of others. It will fight for an to sink or swim, survive or perish? The Into Tiik lata (Jen. Albert 1'lko owned sticks or shovels Mid hurried they gcnd'nrmcs, and the gend'armes drew scene was something wonderful. Tho. of the regiment of MU Pleas-rsll- s John P. Stetson, a soldier belonging abstraction,' but ita Imagination will republican clubs' platform contains a the woods, hardly knowing where and crossings were actually ob-- ant, 1'a., Capt. Loar, proceeded to nearly l&O pet birds which he kept In were going what they were going their sabers and attempted to disto tno mn lnlantry, nna stationea at hardly bo fired py a cause whose objee mud and unobjectionable resolution or from sight by the masses of nelly and Mayfleld plants of the I cages hung In nil parts of his house. ' for. A panic had ensued among tho perse the crowd, but were received IrautUOU, U5q. expressing belief In the right of every nnd the ground nnd ! Clure Coke Co., Monday morning, to iuo rrcsiuo, oaa rranciscu, iiim inntu live point IS "IKKXI1C A I m mil A boy with nn extraordinary women In the town. They rushed with a shower of stones nnd were swamps on each side of tho track wero preservo peace durlog the work of hslr to 580,000 by the death ofIt.Thomas elation, transmitted beliefs count for citizen to cast a free ballot and hare It nvMi Is adTcrtlud by & dime museum compelled to retreat A mob attacked I., or. wuch In forming the opinions alike of duly counted and certified "Denial of of Woonsocket, about, madly asking each othrr whst tho Male littered with the mashed fragments evicting several families at those points Merchant, tnanngcr as "Tho Human Klrphant" J they idtoutd do. The fire had driven to rescueFriday evening In nn attempt of millions of the caterpillars from A dispatch from Dunbar, tells a differ unile whom Stetson has never even youth and age, but for tho ingenious such right should result In decrease of lLvOov. Kvas, of Colorado, has tho men Imprisoned comrades, and thirty years oi si- the wheels of passing trains and from ent story of Sunday night's shooting. It scon. Stetson is about Moysvllle, this mind at work on tho political problems representation In congress and In the Impresented tho university of Denver most to who were lighting It back wounded age, and a native of The of the day republicanism offers merely electoral vote." Where is the poor old their own doors. Finding mediately two soldiers. nnd troopsmen this mass an unendurable stench arose. is in effect that Uray, Callahan and V 100,000 for its further endow merit. with three the dry husks of old controversies and force bill for which most of the repubWhere the caterpillars came from Is their efforts to get the fire under fell dead opened lire escorting Mohan state. oil bosses MlNMKAroi.ts mob then fled. The millers estimate tho control useless, tho men turned congress afJohn Carroll, a white man, has the perverted application of once vital licans in the Fifty-firnot known. The farmers on this side of to wort, and the deputies, mistaking xhe.it crop this year nt .ISO.000,000 bush their attention to their homes Tlio LATr.lt. There wns a bloody col- tho swamp express no uneasiness for at May Held to lite im- - principles was fected so them for rioters, opened fire upon thciu, been sentenced the penitentiary for tho i Thero are, doubtless young men to eulogy to be and eager? Therefor It no els, as against W', 000,000 bushels last lision between miners nnd police, In prlsonmcnt In of it no mourning at flames nt this time were not over :t tho safety of their crops so long ss tho killing Mohan instantly, year. murder of a negro In 1689. Carroll has whom Forakcr Is a hero and Reed a not ClncinnatL Tho hands of George Fris-bi- o I quarter of n mile distant. It did not which seven persons wcro killed and advancing nrmy persists In using tho A sw-- Hit of bees attempted to settle twelve wounded. recently been discharged as cured from inadequate exponent of the republican. Hoar wero not held up, and the trestle ns Its means of getting across lake long to remove hair of their House- - I LET US REFLECT. m a msn nt Jennings I.a., but he stuck ism ot Sumner and of Lincoln. But statesmanship of Hon. John Intimidatho Western Kentucky Insane asylum. hold goods across tho street and dow n j the r renins for none of them have got lils liesd In a haystack and got rid of Into the open fields None too soon wa A RELIGIOUS RIOT W. II. Snooks, tho bridegroom of the they are hardly the kind for whom the tion Davenport was not appreciated. llodlsl more than half way across before a rremler the StrrAdIe l'a to Do So ou Orleans ADalr. them. Having pushed away the McKinley Louisville wedding, where several per- horn of Clarkson was tooted. Tho sons this accomplished, as tho 11 ro burnt out Iletwern the Creek, and Jew on Zant train would como along and couvcrt Premier lludlnl's lost note to Marquis sons were poisoned at the feast, died at of the founders of republicanism bill and tho force bill, the platform Natdiiai, pn has been discovered of the woods nnd Ignited the houses l.taiiil, Itr.ultlnK In the Killing; of ner. them into fertilizers Imperial!, charge d' affaires atthe Ital- tho Burnet House, CinclnnstL Coroner whose presence ho deplores as leaders makers proceeded to crawl before the In the Argentine Hepubllc, and proves which were soon reduced eral. to ashes. A ian embassy nt Washington, accuses Bangc has ordered a post mortem. of the New England democracy repre Fanners' Alliance: A dispatch from Zantc. capltol of the to lw npinl to that of the United strong westerly wind aided In the deSAVED DY A SHIRT, repnbllssns "Lojsl snd Secretary lllalnc of breach of diploSutcv At Frankfort Robert Dawson was sent a typo of men born since tho war seek to destroyIntelligentlatere ts, nor to will not In tlm Ionian lslnndof that name, brings news struction. All tho wooded land cripple vested Owner A canvass Is to bo direction of tho shore road was burnt J of a serious religious riot which has Which the Signal Tnket On and del. tiro matic courtesy In publishing a private caught and whirled around with a re- who because they think for themselves any legitimate enterprises, but they demsnd To a. a to a l'uorngrr Trslu lo confidential dispatch from ItudlnL The volving shaft and dashed to pieces Ono . will hare no lot or part with the Pora- mado In Jersey City, N. J for tho taken place there. Friday was obthe best thoujnt ot the republic n party tbat over. Slop. Italian minuter then adds; "We nro kcrs, Wanamakers. Clarksons or Quays snail be concentrated on tna formulation ot off. served by tho Greek Christians as th feet were of liuluclni; residents to go to tho night express under tho snil necessity of concluding arm and bothWooLronn torn and killed who find It fit and profitable to be re such legislation ss will protect the ptople trom COLD NERVE. (Ircok Good Friday, and part of the onWhenIHg fhiirch. shot Jonathan tho Four was driving along ot a what to every other government Frank Francis near Plkeville. Tho publicans at tho present day. Democ any ex actions of the usurer, from oppressions that n wild animal It U A Man Who tin. l:nnul nt II to "upplr ceremonies of tho day consisted of a high speed about two miles west of that would appear to bo. the accomplish- murderer's brother was engaged in a racy has for them the potentiality and of monopolies, or from extortionate demands of procession of Christians which march- - llloomington, 111., tho engineer discovn lxjr In hap. but strlieil publlo carriers." the Whole t oeiitry and Hate Tirol llko n leopard, has Iwen een near Umrd through the principal streets. ered a man on the track some distance ment of strict civil duty is imposslblo fight with a man :amed Phillips Fran- the promlso of all that Is vital or inspir- To seo the best republican thought conl.rll. to the federal government. It Is time cis who was a friend of Phillips inter- ing in the' political activity of the re- centrated upon the formulation of reciA 1, nii.-.'..;, ti.o ,.f A. T. -'- .c!e .: When they nesred the Hebrew quarter ahead wuving nunc blnting object. Ho pire, la. public " 's Wmhn Ilersehel stunird astronomy badly wanted by tho authorities st the Christians practically besieged that applied the brakes and reversed, but to break off this bootless controversy. fered in the lattcr's behalf, and pes for catching the alliance vote will According to Mr. Clarkson the only bo Interesting to the philosopher and tho Public opinion, the sovereign judge, will brother shot him. only four dtmhle stars were known. Keokuk, la. He presented himself it lection. A cordon of soldiers had lecn leforo the tialri cculd be stopped it difference between the economic prin- humorist know how to Indicate nn equitable the ollleo of the City hotel, and claimed druwn around the Hebrew quarter, and struck nn obstruction in the shape of The financial resolution, MATttKl.D had a 815,000 firo. Saw nearly T.OUOof them niv of tho republican party and those to have pttrehnM-- the entire biitiins uiin the refusal of tho Christians to an oak log, ten by sixteen inches and solution of , this grave problem. Wo evidently the masterpiece of Mr. John FnANKFOttT on tho 29th, was in gala ciples nfllrun-dand we ngnin nfllrm our attire, to do honor to tho veterans of of the democrats is that between lim- Bunsby, is hereby commended to rehave He In peace tho soldiers fired on Tiik Jllcldtfan agricultural colleei nnd bud come to take charge twenty feet long. It smashed both the first right Let the federal government ited and unlimited reciprocity. Does publicans the lifts ordered 1,M0 UliuU of weed and demanded the keys to the inonr them, killing nnd wounding several feuces nt u rotd cros-iuand dmnsjjed trficct tiTcr. Its cidc sf it is espedient to the late war. Tho delegates began ar- bo expeot to make much of the ad- committee anxious to serve, uponnext on resolutions In the grasses from llerlln for the use of the drawer, which wen- - turned over w eople. Tho Christians, the dispatch the engine's pilot. There were ono riving the evening before, nnd flags each state In tho bunting and Q. A. I', emblems became hesion of Intelligent youth, however convention. leave to the mercy of him. He ran things for three or feur adds are now pillaging the housci of hundred passengers on It is neat and clastic, and clavs in iHitnny, the train. The H. 1). Milu'.ii, son of Atty. (Jen. Jill-lehours, helping h.tiiMdf to the liquors the Hebiews nt ante, nnd threaten to man who signaled the train Is named union, Incsponslble to foreign coun the order of the day on tho streets. enthusiastic, that is Ignorant of the means what you please: tho less, iKu(;iug JJcarly nil the business houses were fact that the greater Includes "We oppose any attempt to debase the curnt the bur Mg all the guesti lurn the Jewish quarter. has been uppolnted chief of the Htmes, and ho is a resident of lllooming- tries, lliceuiciejicy ui ireunes, and that tlio partial triumph of a prin- rency and cola ot the country; but Insist upon of registration and arcounts of lie suddenly disappeared with nil tie ton. The torch with which he signaled Tho prrsent dispatch is addressed to I, decorated anu many private ones, the ciple is less to be desired than a com- such legitimate Increase of our circulating meA Blngalsr Accident. ready rnsh A sp'eiHl from IIaioUt4ju Ui ".tar department. .Toh n Mnnler hns l?en employed by the train was bis cotton shirt, which bo dium snd such maintenance ot the double . exclusive! v. not Ui the federal irov- - i headquarters of the department wcro plete one? : me capital ., Hotel, wlicro standard, slUsty Vbe 'koiioiis nre tlookiiiK' from Oklahoma, jul across tho river, says ho pies, tiled the Gilbert car works Troy, N Y., for took from his back nnd lighted with u Tfiii The'reptTUlNran .,, , '.,...... party cannot afford necetsitieess will tstrty cwmmeco.-- - tncresslng eminent. i. our duties henceforward csiamisnea hi as a many years. Among the machinery match, trade maa hliiikelf nt the there destitute and starving, ntul ro appeal-In- ' , ne solely restricted to dealing wltli j'vrtn .. jyse.a ..s . . . , ,. .v .....e, to put young men in the front. They What increase of tho circulating meitisM-eto- r speelAl ntul iniido tiM-...w f"r nUl to Kct back to their old apt V be are several machines on which a like current business" Peculiar Accident Terminate! Fatally. nn Invcstirtlnn and .aid (he ofllee was trains from Lexington and Louisville are Wolott, indiscreetly truthful Mas- - dium should be considered legitimate, liumes In the southern states. tho president of tho Mr. number of knives moke 700 revolutions A ftcr two weeks of unparalleled suffer-, maintenance of the double ftl.OoO short w f his On Die .irength i nuuuiu i.e Tin: exports of beef, hotf and dairy .". gachusetu cinbi who said harsh things and what will fairly satisfy the Increas minute. Thursday ono of these ing ltev. George II. llotlnvelL, pastor ot imt "I ALONE AM MASTER." standard prtslucts during March wcro valued at representution ho borrowed a sum and knives broke off nnd flew with awlul tho Congregational church on Classon !L?25:AC Quay and got off the ing necessities of trado and commerce, - about Sctat ir dlsappoarcL "" I12,5,1.V, nKiiinfitJI0,W,,n4SdnrinL'tlie velocity through the air, striking Mr. avenue, llrooklyn, died at tho Ilrooklyn Kmperor William Deal, a lllreet Illoirnt una tuimcu iiau a epigram which Mr. Clarkson quotes not racks or thumbscrews could induce I'rliiee Hl.uiarek. ed the streets headed by the Frankfort rorresomliii(( month of ltV0. sluklirg to hospital Sunday ulgqt. Tho nccldcnt "Wo must the republicans to disclose. The Cin President Htrrliia't Trip Eattwsrd. with professed approval: Mnnler In tho left breast and At a banquet nt Dusscldorf in his cornet band, after which tho departTn Tin: Inst Von Moltke slept on a rally the cinnati platform Is a work of art It The ollisens of fntery, Cal gavo the depth of over six inches completely which resulted in libi death was tho indrum out the mercenaries ment held its business meeting nt the recruits" Alas for the and honor Monday evening Kmperor simple camp led with a mattress that the prosideutl.tl partr a graud reception transfixing the heart. Mr. Mauler died haling of n cork into the bronchlnl republican made a significant speech, in opera house. Following is a list of the party whea the mercenaries are dis- was constructed, apparently, for tho was scarcely more than n nnuio and Thursday At Salinas ho was present- in less than two minutes tube'. Several surgical operations nnd which, nfter dilating upon his desiro officers elected: S. G. Hillis, eommund-cr- j banded! It will need other leaders and purpose of promoting closer relations rllli ronK'h nrmy blankets for cover-In- ed with n solid silver card containing all that 'medical skill and ingenuity for Albetween the republican party and the T. 1'. Llvezey, England's Propoiai. protection of nn cugravlng of the old custom lioiuo principles to attract recruits Farmers' Alliance in the west and could devise failed to remove tho ob- the hearers for the Dr. other Tho Kngllsh government has proposrights of labor, nnd nfter bert Scott, junior enough to 11 half tho yawning gaps In northwest Duiiixn the jnl few years crime has where tho first Amerlenn ling In thti struction. N. Y. Sun. States expressing satisfaction at the con- Porter (colored), medical director; Rev. the ranks left by the cashiered soldiers ilecrensed to such nn extent in ltn;land state was niisiNl in lSir). The pres- ed to the Unitedkilling an agreement Lighted By Tallow Candlei. of seals lu the treaty Thos Woods chaplain. clusion of the commercial Uial over I.1W0.0O0 n year less Is speut ident's response was a most happy one. to suspend tho of fortune -- N. Y. World. NOTES FROM THE PRESS. The gas bill atthe state capitol, Nash with Austria, he said: "As to the homo llchring for a term to be decided upon, HrurKKX county is aliout to hold a iiImiii prisons than was tho case ten Messrs. Wauatnaker ami Noble also COVERING THEIR TRACKS. Tho decided Blaine color of the that a commission Ih chosen to exam- ville, 'IViin., has for two months been policy w hich is I eeoming established, I primary election for the first time under years airo. made addresses. Cinine the whole subject, and for that higher than .Superintendent llittock shall not deviate a hair's breadth from a law passed by the last legislature, ralpablr I'rand Contemplated hr Sec- convention of republican clubs at tinge Is dlsplaylnp Its Tiik KiicIMi census Not 80 Bud ai Reported. tlmo England will engage to keep out thought It should be, and Friday, when the course I have adopted I alone r.in and applying to the counties of Ilrackcn, cinnati suggebts a decided green retary Fo.ter. siiierlorlty to our systent by tlio fact While tho relathcsofVold Hutch," poachers the thoughts of Undo John Sherman. presented, It Is thought Kenton, Harrison, Bourbon and Campin Reports from Washington and the re- to Chicago thnt within two weeks of tlio day of Ihe Chicago seculator, say they nro Maine willfrom Canada. proposition or ho bill for $0.1 for April wns out of tho roaster His this country nnd nobody bell, extending to primary elections in Times agree to tho onleicd the meter taken emphatic language in reelse." cent visit of Secretary Foster to enumeration, the total Herniation Is sure the old man Is In Florida and safe, something like It. building. Friday evcuing the corridors gard to the treaty with Austria, which those counties nil the provisions of tho If President Harrison really point to a state of uffairs in tho d deal of niislety ihey beiniy n wero lighted by tallow candles tct In Prince Bismarck opposed, and nlso in laws against bribery nnd Illegal voting treasury that causes some solicitude to wants to learn who is tho republican A l.KrTKll of (!eorj;i Washliigtou, datRailroad Miners Go Out. nevertheless nud havo sent n detectlvo ousp!dors,nnd Saturday dozen lanwas evidently as applicable to regular elections The tho department oflkcrs It Is an easy favorite ho should propose three cheeri ed May 8, ITTrt, and addressed to Col. to hunt the head of tho family up. Ono Frldoy morning between Ave and six terns and a gallon can nhalf l wcro regard toathome affairs, of coal-oiPrince Bismarck. experiment will bo watched with In- matter for the president to laud tho for James G. Illaine at the close of ona directed 'Jror-- o Clinton, sold for SV) irerutly, thousand railroad mlnvrs vt the Pitt, purchased. of his sons snys ho is in Fensneoln. Ho speeches. But, ol terest The act is a very strict one. It generosity of congress in his southern of his and another, written from Valley Koixo also snya the old man is solvent and has bnrgh district went out on h strike. roar Negroes Hoisted. provides: "That It shall be un- speeches hut further north, nt Wash- course, the little man never mention! Monument to Columbut. May 28, 1T7, bntUK'ht 8si Their old scale expired' Thursday, and plenty of money to spare. lawful for any one to vote at a ington, the president's subordinates the jingo man. Sioux City Tribune. At a railroad camp on the ChattanooCol. F. F. llllder, nn American capithey went out pending nn adjustment : A TWKl.vr-ir..H-- ! carries tho not, The boys who cheered for "Cleve May Pa; In Europe. wages, their strike having nothing to talist residing In Honduras, has pro- ga Southern road, four negro laborers primary election who a would voter, are finding it hard to make both ends of mall from Tucson to l.n Pus, Arl. The posed to the department of Mate that a wero burned to death Sunday night. nt the time of voting, be legal Dispatches from -- nrioiis ptrt cf do with the eight-hou- r meet The billion dollar congress has land nnd democracy" while Mr. Har question. The miles, and distance is seventy-flrison was in Tcxarkana were better The laborers had been drinking and under tho constitution and laws of tho tho trail Is through otin of the wildest Knropu Indieatw a pcnoeful May duy, miners' convention Is now in session subscription list bo opened at Chicago gambling In n box car until n few mo- state, for which the nomination Is being begun to strain the treasury's resources. fed than bred. Texas is anxious lo be during the World's fair to raise money nlthotigh tho London powers am nil nt Pittsburgh. It Is frankly conceded that In Septortious of the territory. to erect u monument on the spot where ments before tho fire was discovered made, as If tho regular election was be- tember the government will be unablo polite to its presidential guest, nnd it is Tiik numWrof Inhabitants of llrltlsh preparing for the worst. The maniTwo Thouisnd Per Say. Columbus first stood on tho coutluent The negroes wero asleep lu fc drunken ing held on that day; and In addition to meet its debts. In that month fifty-tw- o no more courteous to mention Cleveland India, by the inte eeiikiis Is 'JiOSO.OOO, festoes of the racialist n etery where immigrants stupor Charges nre made thnt the cur thereto, he must possess the qualificaThere have liecn t million dollars of four and a half nud democracy in his presenco than it This was what an Increase of nearly SU.OOO.OOO siiue are revolutionary in tone, f in which landed during April at the port of New of America.Point Cnstilln,ntnenr Is now was fired by companions of the burned tions prescribed by tho authority of percent, bonds will become duo nnd Is to throw holy water on another emiknowu ns keeps tho authorities on the qui ie. Truxillo, ISS1. The Mpu1ntIou of all India York, the highest iiuiiiIht for April Honduras men for the purpose of robbery, ii" ono those who called or ordered tho primary the treasury will not have enough nent republican. St Louis Republic nmountn to nlKiiit 385,000,000. Bismarck's Majority far the Kelcnitac, Republicans express with delight of the occupants had been winning in a election to be held In the call thereof; money to pay them. Secretary Foster, since 18b.', when 4V,4.'0 landed that Puts Out Mountain Flrei, Ksln Ilinoi; (Iiikkiiam not iiifn'iiuently A supplementary ballot a mem-te- r year. Tho number lauded last April and any one violating the provisions of accordingly, proposes to tako the law tho opinion that tho spring elections in big game of craps. fell Sunday The heuty shower which rides on tho front platform of n Chieuo of tho tiermiiti IteiehstaK was held was 40.0NI. this section, shall bo deemed guilty of a into his owu hands, override congress dicate that republicanism is reviving. morning did more than the lmuds of t.tKiti'itr, end at Itu.'.t one driver luis In tho (Jeitunundo district llmradnr. ItAly Will Stand Is. Her Own Llgut. nnd upon conviction, and devise a temporary makeshift to Do tho republicans realize tho condi misdemeanor, Bismarck Elected. men who have leeu fighting tho fire on ndmltteil that the justieo known vastly lieturns from llfty-Ilv- o polliug places fifty-twsum not less than twenty-fiv- e at the of fined It has Further and later returns re- the llluu mountains lu Pennsylvania, economy, been decided, from motives nn dollarsa nor exceeding one hundred dol- conceal the deficit. Of tho come due tion of affairs when they clutch assure give tho following figures liismarek, more about horses than he docs. that Italy will not take returns of a town election to million dollar bonds which ceived trom the Itye election Jusi held could accomplish In tho last three, days U,(i:- -. A woman of Dawson Ik tho champion lars." .T!n arc hold themselves that "the grand old party of In September about one-hant Gecstemnnde show that Priueo liis- Alter devastating over fifteen hundred oillclsl part in tho Chicago exposition, A TKttKIFlO storm passed over lledu, as tho basis for national bank note patriotism, puiily,"Uv.f d nauseam, is exrat cxtenulnnlor of southwest (icorjjla. received about 10,000 votes acres the flumes were extinguished by to which Americans should take no Stesllnxt. Bank marek has Somo time ngo she killed eighty rats ception, as Italy took no official part in Ohio county, the other night The resi- circulation The banks nro willing to reviving In tho north? Chicago Times bank examTho the m'nfull, which lasted two hours dence of Henry Stunrt, near that place, keep these bonds even nfter they are atone time In her barn, and n few days iner ofluvettigiit on by the banU of New and Herr Schmnlfeld about 11,000. the French exposition of 18tl. Secretary Foster, confronted with tho Ninth National ngo she killed 110 of the rodents In the was blown dow n, but no ono was In- due, provided tho government will tho eippty treasury, which Reed's reckNew llampihlrs Shaken. Dtmn&rk Want! Cheap Sugar. stealings of York shows that thedwelling of Matthew Bow- allow even a small rate of interest. less congress depleted, is scheming hard jured. The nine place. Fired For Using Such Lasgsace. An earthquake shock ws felt nt The treaoiry department is informed and it J. T. Hill N, II., at 7:10 o'clock Friday Hint thu got eminent' of Denmark has Tiik election judges in one of tho Is said that furtherlire Sio''. bring In the French deputies Monday, dur- ers fceven miles from there, was demolWithout the shadow even of warrant to make both ends meet when .'.3,000,-00- 0 sonreli "111 wards nt Wichita, Ifnn , had to wait tho amount to fViOO.ooo. evening. Ileporta from surrounding reduced thu duty on sugar, choeolnto ing debate on the Fourmles riot, L'rncst ished, and two children received Injuries of law Secretary Foster proposes to ex"" tS r font bonds fall due in Sep w..mr.n vr.Lnr until ! t five mtmttrtowns state that the sh'rck wns very and petroleum, to take effect October 1, lux'lit! hi!mi Minister Coiistans a mur- from falling timber which will prove tend those bsjuU for a number of years, tember. So far he Is basing his plans sho had fished her ticket out of her Striking CsrpenUri. distinct. Amid fatal. Several barns near Bcda wcrt reducing tho interest to two per cent. upon tho Idea that the holders ot the 1SUI. A bounty will bo allowed on tho derer and his supporters varlcts h Five thousand curponters in pockelbook, and then she hulidi'd It) a Whilo tho scheme may have merit ns bonds shall keep tnem at a lower rate umount of sugar used In beer exported great excitement Roche was expelled destroyed nnd many unroofed. A gTetit Killed By a Drawing Knife. have gone on n strike furnn eight receipt for niakhifr sweet pickles. deal of damage was done to timber. a financial device, It is a palpable fraud of Interest, 'J per cent Louisville and censured. A man named Greathouse, living near Long Distance Telephone. IUcilAUD P. HoAitl), a prominent citiTuff work of putting choir stalls In hour day, and ten thousand inembTs of Weston, W. Vtu, fell on a drawing knife on tho people. First, it will deceive Courier-JournaArticles of incorporation have leea Changes in ths Supreme Court. Lincoln cathedral, Kugliind, which was tho building trades tire nITected zen of Christian county, died suddenly them as to the actual state of their At every point In his journey he wsvk using and wn.s killed. filed in Columbus for n. long distance Interrupted In or about the year 1100. Is It Is reported that Justices llrndley at his homo near Fruit Hill, the other treasury. The' people ore entitled to throughout the south President Harrirli Dreiiea Seized. telephone company, for the purpose f and Field, of the l. S. supreme court, evening, after n brief illness of pneu- know what money congress has voted rison has been received with a wnrtuth Oaa at Bloomlngton, ill. bout to be completed. This should bo Twenty thousand Another strong vein of natural gas constructing and opornttng lines from will ask to bo retired and that Senator monia, aged llfty-Ilvencouraging to those, who have on hand Paris dresses hnto dollnrs' worth of years Into and out of tho treasury. Secretary of welcome that ought lu some degree been seized lu monumental projects that nro also York iijioii eomplnlnt of Importer) New has been struck utmost lu the heart of Cincinnati to Cleveland, Detroit, New Kdmunds will bo offered one of the po Fosters financiering covers up that to thaw the Ice out of hltn. Ills recepBilTl.Klt county is agitating tho organwho tho city of Illoomlugton, 111. York nud other eastern cities. knowledge. Second, It Is tin unlawful tion bus been as sincere ns it was stalled. sitions isation of a fair company. i. charge A suiitkiihakkak Koman temple has Tiik famous "Jones county calf ense," exercise of power by the secretary of gracious and should convince him that A Mllkmtn's Long Nap, Hutch Refuaes To do Home. Wolfs Comet Discovered. Hy what warrant does the people of the south are as devoted a went just been unearthed at tho foot of the Bicycles Not Peraonal Efltcti, After sleeping almost steadily for ono A speelul dispatch from Terns Haute, Wolf's periodical comet was discover- which recentlylong off tho docket ofof the treasury. Independent of congress, to to tho republic as the peojde of tiny ColvarlcnWrg at lladcn, near Vienna. he nfter the object Thu treasury department has Inform- Iml., says Mr. II. P. Hutchinson, tho hundred hours, Frank Gray, a milUmnn ed Monday morning by Mr. llurnnrd at western court tho fullness refund ono dollar of tho public debt? other section of the country, In a niche of thlscavoor Mithras grotto ed a eorrspoudent Chicago speculator, arrived nt Sumptown, N. .1., awoke. Win n Cal. litigation had rounded out Observatory, that are the remains of nn altar hewu out general appraisers hold the loanl of thero lato Friday night from Kvansvllln told of tho length of time ho had been Lick extremely faintMt. Hamilton, nnd Is of bovine life nnd died, has a counter- What right has ho to stop payments for be now convinced of the ttuwisdom of and small, It is that Wholes sinking fund, as it is announced growof tho rock. Fragments of Itoman vesto go further north, al- unconscious he was Incredulous following closclv the path predicted for part in the Wulden vs. Ilnycroft rye the he proposes to do'.' Measures to any attempt to chalu down the check ttro not entitled to free that sels and utensils, as well as knives, ar- sonal effects." lllcycles entry as "per- nnd refused a ticket to Chicago. Ho Tho Messenger ing and prosperous south or to case at Owcnsboro. It, of American though he had Big Frlcei for Pictures. rows, lamps and coins were also found. manufacture taken says It started several years ugo over accomplish both of these purposes wcro its development with any such meas-ure- s abroad are entitled put up at n hotel there. Tho llolckow art collection was nold A West Vihoinian, while hunting Bees Are Antmsls, as tho force bill. There is for tho eight dollnrs' worth of rye, and the before the lato congress, nnd every Into freo entry on return. telligent democratic newspaper then president In his southern trip nn opnt 'Miction, London, and realized the A decision of the treasury departFropoied Strlka Declared 07. near l'arkcrsburg, shot n bird of bcnutl costs now amount to hundreds of dols, pointed out that they were made neces- portunity to broaden und elevate himMeissonier's "Sign ment Is to the effect that bees are The proposed general strike of sum of $.140,000. ful blue gray color which meosured 5 lars, and no end In sight. Palhteri' strike Settlsd. for the purpose of levying duty. feet 3 Inches In height and 0 feet 4 Mil William Tnititv, the fifth victim sary hy tho extravagance of congress self. It is to be hoped that he will itso What seemed to bo tho inauguration tho Pennsylvania bituminous min- Puinter'' wus sold for SM.MiO. In neighborhood tho of ers, Inches from tip to tip of Its wings. ! of the poisoned wedding feast, at Lyn- Itsejf Tho republican majority failed It Kansas City Times. of a long and hitter strike between Nearly All Italtani. A Bllzsard in Michigan. bill was eight Inches lour; and Its legs boss and Journeymen painters of tho Huntington, Pn., which was anMr. Hlnltie's friends nro much don Station, died shortly after noon tho to pass those, meusnres, they rati uwuy Of the '.',1 itt Immigrants landed at St, A heavy snow-stoiprevailed nt other day. He hud been lingering nil from Washington without making the iimused at tho manner In which Mr. and tho tips of Mr wlngis were of a dull Paul, Minn , has been adjusted, nud tho nounced for Friday, bus been Indefl Now York Saturday 1.4.JS wero Hal- Alpena, Mich.. Mi'itdiiy. 'Ihe wind blew tho morning, suffering grcutly from usual statement of thu total appropria- Hurrison, in his perambulatory adsalmon color. No bird like It was ovo men returned to work Thursday morn- nltely declared on", iind tho work will Inns. a gale fiom thu north and iioitlicait. tions, und tho republican party now dresses from the rear platform of his therefore, eontlnuo ns usual. seen in that section before. convulslolts and vomiting. ing, after one day's Idleness. calls on tho secretary of tho treasury, palace car and on other occasions, Cleveland lr Default. dollars for removing a Kivk thousand AliTltun IIadi'N, n desperate criminal, in violation Commercial Movement Against tho U. S. Drunken Miner's Double Crlma. of luvv, to cover up and con- takes care to clulin credit for himself head, and court at Omaha. Neb, In tho district wen from Mrs. Stanford's Horsei Taking; the Grip, that Germany and nnd Tom Rhea, his negro accomplice in It is At tlio Atlantic initio, Hancock, Mich., Grover Clexelnnd was Anstriu-Hungar- announced have Invited Italy, crime, escaped from tho Howling Green ceal tlio havoo wrought by congress. tho in connection with tho reciprocity Tho influenza epidemic I, now nu'Inrj 190 for removing a few wrinkles from Nikklln, u miner, shot his wife culled lu tho suit of tho Folsnui heirs The republican party will go Into of this udmlnlstrution. movements Mrs. Huntington's neck will doubtless at Kast Kent, Fug. In nddltlon to tho Aug. Switzerland nud Belgium to join in n jnll, tho other morning In n few hours next campaign with u deficit in the They ulso point out. with many shrugs delirihead during auggest to millionaires tho wisdom of human Mugs who lmvo been vie' inn through the by drink, nudu fit of placed of which Mm. Cleveland U one, for convention at Vienna for tho avowed the negro wns captured and returned to treasury Albany of their shoulders, tho somewhat sigthen sending their wives Incog, to tho doc- to tho disease, the epldemlu has attack- um, caused to his own heud und blew tho partition of the estate. The. bailiff purpose of forming a coalition of tlio jnll, but linden, nt lust report, was still Argus. staring it In tho face. nificant fact that lu all his addresses announced .Mr. Cleveland could not lo Central Kuroeiin htatcbiigalust protec- nt large. ed tlm horses In the l.'nst Kent Until tho revolver tor. the genout tils brains Nikklln died in a fow found mid ho was ileelured in default. It is worth noting as nn example the president has not once hudaccording Geoikik Lkk sttuck Will Taylor In lind, just before Stables with the result thnt several Count Von Moi.tkk tionist countries. or temerity, minutes. The woman mny recover. thu bend with n stone, the other night of polltlcul finesse that while Presi- erosity, justice to mention tho name of giving dally sittings to valuable huntern lmvo already died his death, been Snow In South Dakota, at Louisville, and killed him. Itolh dent Harrison is swinging around us one views it, Inference which Mr. Memphis Painters Strike. Died From Trichinosis. Vllum l'arlnghy, nt present tho most from IU etrects. Thcro was a light fall of snow In died at Milwauare colored. They quarreled over a the circle talking platitudes Secretary lllalno. s The In (lerinnny. Sho union painters in Memphis, John Runko's sister Tho note d portrait painter friends draw- is that little Blihop Phillips Brooks. lllalnc Is ranking the englo scream with Illaine e. strike Friday, Huron, S. I)., Sunday afternoon, with kee, Monday of trichinosis, making woman. was painting the old field marshal In In Thursday's session of tht Massa- Tcnn., imugttfuted no is ii very narrow, jealous ami cool tcih'icraturo und not III winds. It seven victims of the. family who have, In Ohio county, sluco pat' otlo exultation. It Is a raw day lleiiny Foitn.svn.LK, labor demon dwtoldgf wit iougl uniform, with his breast covered with chusetts diocesan convention ot the otherwise theio was ue imbitii'its i wus not cold enough, however, lo died fioin eating diseased pork. Two getting two railroads hns begun to wlii n Mr. Illnltte permits himself to -, orders. -- IHW" I WMdiurtgoinlHg Prnicnlt'iil Kpiscupul church nt I lost on, strotlon in that city. About a month n iel.,1,1 growing crop.-- and the tnr. ed ilovvn it) '" political shul'de. j to coin others atv still sV.rtenng Itoni the dis- grow rapidly. A bank is n'stul L ' A Mn Cofmn Is engaged in tho in Hev. l'h.lllps llrooks, I). I)., wn.8 elected ago tho Puluters' union ilcutitidrd $f ' Uvrahl uow will supply moisture. St. U")s hours work. ease. per duy for f orgs' "i'd Mictc, (JerUklng business t Vollvar, Mo. bishop by a vote of Hi to Ob o fire-went llitiinr.iiT blooded BLOODSHED IN nOMEJ. Member of the I'hsnitur of rtrpntl iT,iin,lril Terrlliln Kffrct of the l'lrln Bf Troop. On I lie .Mod. A meeting of wbrklngmen took pine In Itome, Friday afternoon near tho church of Han Oiovnnnl. There were live members of the chamber of depuA. trtke Terror to the Mrlhlug Coke KENTUCKY STATE NEW&!rHE Yf5? 1Z"E cuntry. PLATFORM OF THE LEA3UE. '" norn to llaiij Them Import of Ihs Itr.olntlonl Adopted by Jouje i- ab-su- 1 11 IVf,! .,- .,,,. " "JT e l&iLr:.?'!" - - Blood-poisonin- f& tt Mil-- ?""s"M"aiTi st '- - ,lat . eni-Ine- cr -- Y x ...,' 4 I to-da-y r '' ..: w, ?"" One-hal- " nine-year-o- ld Don-s-urr- Ag-ne- st liousr-TO-ltou- ss pur-jnv- I cast-boun- d u.rtl 1..-- n Wool-ford- , distill-Kulshabl- g, r, und-tr-'- "' lM"t-.tU- ro " I ..:..,., .- o 1!ll ! F"s' , Wll-lin- m f. New-Yor- k rear-platfor- ly o nO.-ui- (' o lf V-'- PHts-ottrg- l. o utuler-valuiitloi- e, well-know- n iml-mul- y - ee.-o- k fe ,1 "PWWWrl lIAaaMMttttMa ,, iC . s9-M- sjr' vw vtmtw iimjii fill THE HICKMAN COURIER. - "" FINE JOB PRINTtt . . .., M PuillthriEviry Friday by 'GEORGE WARREN Hiokmnn, Kentucky, Dfiee THE HICKMAN COURIE tim J3STABLISHED"i850. CHEAT FOREST FIRES & r KXKOUTKDWITH - - IE1TIE5S AID DISPATCl SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, Jackion Street, neit door to Olty Halt CEORCE WARREN, Editor. OLpasT yiawaFAPBR m westers Kentucky. 1891. Prlceof Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. llutiliKlir ha 3,000 blooded near Pisa. Philadelphia Inwycr, who has just died, left ii will of 33 word. Wk foot up, In tho penitentiary cen-- . u, 44,000 mnlo felons and I,b00 horses A In lit (.tallies HICKMAN, FULTON COUNtX KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. MAY 8, DLOODSnED VOhTl. Y1 - LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC , ETC NO. 29. Horn CAIX AND SEE US. ' IN ROME CATERPILLAR AR3IY. Maoooo Which Stop Railway Troina In North Carolina. , DEPUTIES' SHOTS Hk Terror to llir'Mrlklni: ICino ,?& .'i Thb New York iludo now considers It quite the thing to wenr a red roso In hU lint Kama In to havo an alliance bunk, to loan money to stockholder at t per cent a year. Australia has begun to nlilp eggs to tlio British market They nro six cekn on tlio wny, StKCK the first of lliu year over 000,000 timber trees havo been net out In Son Diego county, Cal. Twc Jnll at Somcrvllle, N. J , was entered by thieve the other night nnd pockctboolt stolen. Tltr. coast lino of Alaska exceeds In length by 3,(W0 inllva thntot all tlio rest of the United State. .tr U antil that Senator IMmiiml do .Matron dm supremo court not celebrate Ms blrtluliiy. not know when he was horn, IltO-oki- "xSmmLitt s of the Chamlitr of TTpiitlsa Tfnnnil.d Ttrrlblfi Kfr.rt or lh Firing Working Tromondouo Doatruotlon Troop. On thn Moli. Br in Now Jorfloy. A meeting of UbtldngincH look place In Rome, I'rldny afternoon near tho Tim Country I tallied tip for ,MII .WounJ, church of Han Giovanni. There were Hi hi and On Vlllsg !! Ave members of the chntnber of depullrllrojril. ties pre rent An anarchist speaker vioTho fiercest and Inost dlsaslrous firo lently urged the assembled men to atN J,, for tack tho police, when Minis of the riot-er- a on record In Atlantic county, thirty yeurs was ruglngThurMlny In tin hurled stones nt tho troops. Tho vicinity of Convcrtown and Tort He gendarmes Ht this point fired upon the public, nnd tho hcaveua wei Illumi- rloteni and tho cavalry Immediately afnated llko noonday. Thursday morn- ter charged upon those who had ing tho pines lu tho nclghlxirhood not been put to (light by the gendarmes' When Innttcra had calmed of tho places mentioned took (Ira fire. r fniin n spark from an engine. down omcvhnt, it was found that Tho henvy westerly wind wlm-- w nnrrllal, a member of tho cham-lc- r blowing nt tho tlma fanned the bin re, of deputies, Slgnor Clprianni, a soand tho llamcs soon spread to tlio largo cialist leader, and twenty-flvothers pines and In a short time the whole for- had been wounded during the riot Ono est south of Pomona was like a rnginft man was killed outright by tho gendfurnace. Tho air was tilled v ith sparks, armes' fire. In addition a gendarmo nnd amid tho roaring of tlio rushtntf was stabbed to death by the rioters. llntnrs could 1 heard tho thunder of T.uter on another sharp conflict occuroaks, red between tho soldiers and a mob in falling pines nnd the Tho path of tho flro steadily Victor Kmanuel Square. Several perw idened, and tho tlnmes tprtad sons were injured and a trooper was Big-noo tmb.r Ho docs from Missouri, m far, ore favorable to fruit nnd wheat, but no corn nnd little osts wera planted. Tiik Itejmbllo of Guutcmala send word thot she will tukon full hand at the World's Columbian exposition. 1 nit new United .States treasurer the otler dny reeelTed 810 from somo person In Missouri. Tiik lata (Jen. Albert Tike owned "nearly IM) pet birds which ho kept In cages hung In all parts of his house, A GronniA boy w Ith nnextraonllnary mrj Is advertised by a dime museum manager a "Tim llumnn KIcphant" Kvanj. of Colorado, has presented tlio university of Dcnrer v Ith 9100,000 for Its further endowment Kx-Uo- MlKMttroi.ts millers estimate the wheat crop this year at UO.ooo.oOOhuah-els- . an against 3U7.000.000 bushels last yrar. A swaiiu of Ifces attempted to settlo on a man at Jennings, I. a., but he stuck his bead In a haystack and (rot rid of thorn. Natural pas has been discovered in tlio Argentine Ilepublle, nnd proves to bo equal to that of tlio United Mutes. A canras Is to bo made In Jerncy City, N. J., for tho pur-- . hs of Inducing residents to go to church. It Is reported that n wild ntihnal resembling n loar In shape, but strlted like n Icopatd, has Wen seen near iiousk-to-Housk Km-plr- Oa. Hcrschcl only four double Wilts Now nearly guishable. 7,000 studied nstrououiy star were known. of them are distin- I This Michigan agricultural college lias ordered l,f00 hinds of wecilaaud grasses from lleilln for Uio tine of tho class in lotany. S. I). MiLU-.it- , son of Atty. Gen. Miller, has been appointed chief of tho division tif registration and nccounis of Mm '.tar department "Nronoi:-- are flocking from Oklahoma, destitute and Mnrrlnir, nnd nro appealing for aid to Kt back to their old liomes in the southern slates. Tiik exports of beef, lu and dairy product durlnit MnreH went valued at " 112.301,153, nKnlnU JtO.KU.&ytdurlnpttie rorreKpondiiiK month of IMW. ToTHKlnst You .MoltUo slept on a lnipl camp with uinttn.ss that waa scarcely ruOrc than n nai.no and with rough army blankets for coTcr-Ini- ;. DiTiit no the past fow yenrscrlmo has decreased to such nn rxtout in lmglatd Uiat orrr JMM.OOO n year less is spent upon prisons than was the caso ten years aj-Thk Kunllsh census Is illsplaylnc Its superiority to our system by tlio fact that within tio weeks of tho day of enumeration, the total population is announced nt 118,000,000. o. A LKrrr.li of (IrorjTO Waalilnfftou, dat--- d May ", 177(1, and addressed to Col. tieorp: Clinton, sold or frvt recently, and Aimllutr, wrlllon from Valley t'uriru May S8, 178, brought $49. A boy rorrlea the mall rum Tuctiou to l.:i 1'ius, Ariz. Tho miles, and distance is screuty-flv- o tliu trull Is thronph ono of the wildest ortlons of the territory. Tiik nuinlx'r of Inlinbltauts of Ilrltlsh India, by tho Into census Is '.'JO, i SO, 000, nn increase of nearly 23,000,000 since I Ml. The population of all India nmounta to about 2SJ.000.000. Jtiixii: lIithsiiAM not Infrequently ridea on thn front platform of a Chli::n;o Mreet-enr- j and nl leiift one driver has ndmitti-that tho justlco know a vastly more iiboul horM-- than ho doe. A woman of Daw Mm is tho champion rat exterminator of southwest Georgia. Homo tluio njro sho hilled eighty rats nt ono tlmo in her barn, ntid n few days ngn she killed 110 of tho rodents in the same place. Tun election judfrcs in one of the wards at Wichita, Kan., had to wait five minutes on a woman voter until sho had fished her ticket out of her Btrlkinf CarpenUri. Flvn thousand cnrrMntnrs In l'ltta-ourg-h pockclbook, nnd then sho handed in a have gono onnstrlko for an eight receipt for making nwect pickles. Till? work of putting choir stalls In hour day, nnd ten thousand lnemb-r- s of Lincoln cathedral, Knghind, which won tho building trades lire uuVctrd. Interrupt ril in or about tho yenr U00, la Parti Drestei SelietJ. bout to be completed. This should bo Twenty thousand encouraging to tlioso who have on hand 1'nrls drvhscN lintn dollars' worth of leen aclted lu New monumental projects that nro also York upon complaint of Importcn who T?BLYK-rRAli-oo s of the worklngmcn nt France, attended to their duties Friday. The remainder abstained from I work, and were very noisy, marching I about tho streets singing, shouting, eta. A mob of 4,000 hooted at a body of i gcnd'nrmcs, and tho gend'armes drew their sabers and attempted to disj perse the crod, but were received I with n shower of stones nnd were compelled to re treat. A mob attacked tho Male I'rldny evening in nn attempt to retain imprisoned comrades, and wounded two soldiers. The troops Immediately opened llro and three men fell dead Tho mob then lied. liATElL a bloody colThere wo. lision between miners nnd pollco, in quarter of n mile dNtnnt It did not which seven persons wero killed nnd tnkn long to rcmoro half of their house twelve wounded. hold goods ucrosi, tho street and down A RELIGIOUS RIOT into the oiH'n field. None too soon was tliU ansiinplUhed. a the flro bund nut I Ilrtwr.n tlia tlrr.k. and Joms on Zant Itlsnit, llraultlnc In ,,.. Klllinj ... Cd of tho woods and Ignited the houtes, rral. which were soon reduced to ashes. A A dispatch from Zantc, capltol of the strong westerly wind aided in the destruction. All tho wooded land in tlio Ionian islnnd of that nnrae, brings news direction of tho shore road was burned of a serious religious riot which has taken placo there. Friday was obover. served by tho 0 reek Christians a th COLD NERVE. Orcok Good Friday, nnd pnrt of the A Man Mini Has rnnugli of It In 1upr.lv ceremonies of tho day consisted of a procession of Chrlstlnns which marchHis VWinlc (nenlrr and Have Tirol ed through the principal streets. 1.(1. A man by the name of A. T. Stein When they nesred tho Hebrew quarter ... la a I. Mill. ..n,u.lI I... 111) .... illll.lli'1 ,,il.a a.I i the Clirminn practically innivKivi ilia, uniuj iiiiMHi ,'J Keokuk, In. He prcM'ntcd himself st ! lection. A cordon of soldiers had lecu the ofllcc of the City hotel, nnd elslmrd drawn around the Hebrew quarter, and to have purchased the entire buslines iiin the refusal of tho thrutians to and had come to take charge lte ictiro In pearu tho soldiers fired on several demanded the kcs to tho motvy tliem, killing nnd Tho Christians, the dispatch drnwrr, ssliirh were turned ovrr ui , him. He ran things for three or four add, arc now pillaging tho houses of hours, helping himself to tho liquors ' tho llebieus at ante, and threaten to at the bur and treating all the guests, burn the Juwlsn quarter, He suddenly disappeared with nil tie A ninsular AcclJ.nt irmly rush. A smIuI from HaivUUju. John Mauler hns lern employed by lust across tlio river, saya ho pres'ntei the dillirrt car works, Troy, N Y for himself nt the there as a many yenrs. Among the machinery and mndo iimiI nro M'vernl machines on which n special .wtKillIei iusjx-eto- r an Investigation nnd said tho ofllee wn number of knives mnka 700 revolutions On the strength of hi KJ.000 short. per minute. Thursday ono of these representation he borrowed a sum and knives broke off nnd dew with nwlul dl&apponrod. velocity through thn air, striking Mr. Mauler In the left breast nud sinking to rTVtldtnt Htrrlton's Trip Eattwsrd. 'Hie cltlicns of Monterey, Cal . gavo tlio depth of over six Inches completely Uio presidential parte a grand reception transfixing the heart. Mr. Mauler died At Salinas ho was present- in less than two minute. Thursday ed with n solid silver card containing Enclsna's Proposal. nn cugrnvlng of the old custom houso Tho English government has proposwhere tho first Amerlrnu flag lu tho state wns raised In lSlrt. The presi- ed to the United State. ofan agreement seals dent is rt'ponsc wna most happy one. to suspend tho killingtie decided lu the upon, to Messn. Wanamnker nud Noble also Ilehrlng for a term lx chosen to examthat a commission mado addresses. ine the wholo subject, nnd for Hint Not Bo Bail as Reported. time Kn gland will engage to keep out While tho rclntlcsofV:()ld Hutch," iKinchcm from Canada. It Is thought the Chicago speculator, say they ore lllninn will ngrco to the proposition or sure tho old man I In Ilorida and safe, something like it they Iclray n gixxl deal of anxiety Railroad Miners Oo Out. nevertheless and hnvo sent a detective Friday morning between five nnd six to hunt the head of tho family up, Ono l'ltta-bnrg- h of hi Minn says he is in I'cnacoltv Ho thousnnd railroad miners of the district went out on n strike. sl:o enys the old mnn is solvent and has Their old scale expired' Thursday, ond plenty of money to spare. they went out pending nn adjustment May Da; In Europs. of wages, their Mrlku having nothing to Dispatches from "arlous pBiis Of do with the eight-hou- r question. The peaceful May day, miners' convention is now in session Huropo Imlicato although tho lOtulon power are nil nt I'lttsburgh. .. preparing for the worst The. maniTwo Tnouiand rer Day. festoes of the mcI.UnU everywhere There hnvu been 60,449 immigrants are revolntlonurj- - In tone, a fnct which landed during April at the port of New keeps tho authorities on tho qui vlve. York, tho highest liuiuWt' for April BUmarck't Majority for th Riicbstar. since 1SS. when 4M,4r0 landed that mem-tc- r A suppKuu-iiturb.dlot f r u year. Tho number landed last April of tho ticnuuii Uelchstu,'; was held 111) 40.084. In tho (lestcinundc district ''lairs.l.iy. Blimsrck Elected. polllnh places lleturn from IKly-fltreFurther nnd later returns give tli.' following flgurcs: Hismarck, ceived from the Kye election Just held 0,07s St1 milfeld, 4,7111 at Geestcmundn show thnt I'rinco SUsllngi. ha received nbout 10,000 votes, Bank by tliu bank exam- and Herr Schmnlfeld about IS.OOO. Tho Invettlp-nl.oi-i iner of tho Ninth National lunik of New New Hsmpthlrt Bnaken. York shows that the stealing of An earthquake shock was felt at J. T. Hill nro SI0".(hhi, audit N. II., at 7:10 o'clock Friday bring is said that further search evening. iteport from surrounding ' tho nmount to ?300,tK)0. towns state that tho thnck was very One-hal- j I was saved from destruction, but the lire w ns guided from its old path into tlio midst of tomo of the most vaiusnia young timber In that section. Gradually tho Humes worked their wny toward Conovcitotwi, and byUo'dnek Thursday afternoon hnd rrarliett the outskirts of the town. Whit few men there were nlwut in the ilcMi and lu tho streets scircd branclirs, sticks or shovels imd hurried into the woods, hardly knowing where thry were going or what they were going for. A punlc had ensued among the women In tho town. Ther rushed about, madly asking each other wlist thev should do. The fire had driven the men who were fighting It baf k si-- I most to their own doors. Finding their efforts to get tho fire undt r control useless, tho tnen turned their attention to their homes. Tho Somes nt this time wero not over n envelWUUZijiwmtof -Awrcon- rdnal3 .?l enailgo of tho wind tholown i in several direction. corniltl killed. It reported that Slgnor oiind U jnorUL . la Up- - MAY-DA- Y IN FRANCE. Mevvn Killed anil Ttr.lv tVoumlril la it Colll.lun llrtivrcn Miners and 1'ollea at i'ounnlrs. f Four-mls- o, !.! 1 k Pour Negroes Roasted. At a railroad camp on the ChattanooCol. F. 1' lllhlcr, an Amerlcin capitalist residing In Honduras, hns pro- ga Southern road, four negro laborers posed to the department of state that & wero burned to death Sunday night subscription list bo opened at Chicago The laborers had been drinking and during lha Wurld'n fair to iuImj money gambling in a 1kx cjir until a few moto erect a monument on tho spot where ments before the fire was discovered. Columbus first stood on tho continent 'J ho negroes were asleep in r. drunken of America. This was nt what is now stupor. Charges are made that the car known ns Point CuMllln, near Truxillo, n as fired by companions of the burned men for the pnrposc of robbery, n one-oHonduras. the occupants had been winning in a Rain Puts Oat Mountain Flrea, big game of craps. Tho heavy shower which fell Sunday morning did more than the bauds of Italy Will Stand In Her Own Light. men who have been fighting the fire on It has been decided, from motives of the llluo mountains in Pennsylvania, economy, that Italy will not take nn could accomplish in tho hist three days. official part In the Chicago exposition, After devastating over fifteen hundred to which Americans should take no exacres the llnme.s were extinguished by ception, ns Italy took no official part in the rnlntull, which lasted two hours. French exposition of ISiO. Monument to Colambui. f encountered them waa brought to point ueaa till, tho drlvlnwheclsLeJhdrl j hv tho engine slipping around 'aa-k,' drilllnir. tho rails had been thoroughly oiled. three weeks, and aro now fairly well tho engineer exhausted tho contents instructed. Such preparations look of his sand-bobefore ho got through I warlike, and further trouble is feared VSlI . iatt. l MlN BTsWfltsin Mtaat1tMt Tl, anlm nnAn.UV LWKU WVi tiu nouiiiji mm 4.VIILU U .! lllUb UCIKHUUIUIAMi blVdl AIf:bJli LU ILhI Hl1.l,lna1,nAit of track. It was thought that trip atom report an Increased number of would be the end of the caterpillar men at work at tho various works in trouble, but tho yvry next dny a trulu the region. They are still as firm for encountered another army of catcrpll- - tho scale adopted by them as when n lars crossing the trestle nnd had tho month ago tho scale was promulgated. . "It Is work on those terms or unto difficulty. Tho Charlotte-bounpassenger train Saturday had a similar do nothing," declared one of experience, and a passenger says tho the operators Monday. Company E, accno waa something wonderful. Tho of the regiment of Mt Pleasrills nnd crossings were actually ant l'n-- , Capt Loar, proceeded to Donfrom night by the masses of nelly and Mayfleld plants of tho Mo caterpillars, and the ground and Clure Coke Co., Monday morning, to swamps on each aide of the track wero preserve peace during the work of littered with tho mashed fragments evicting several families at those points. of million of tho caterpillars from A dispatch from Dunbar, tells a differUio wheels of passing trains, and from ent story of Sunday night's shooting. It this mass on unendurable stench arose. is in effect that 11 ray, Callahan nnd Where tho caterpillars came from Is all bosses, were escorting Mohnn not known. The farmers on this side of to wort, and the deputies, mistaking the swamp express no uneasiness for them for rioters, opened flro upon thciu, the safety of their crop so long as tho killing Mohan Instantly. advancing army persists lu using tho T trestlo as Its means of getting across LJ3T US REFLECT. the i renins, for none of them have got Kodlel Advltcs L's lo Do bo ou moro than half way across before a the New Orleans Affair. train would como along nnd convert Premier Itudlnl's last note to Marquis them Into fertilizers. Imperlall, charge d' affaires at the Italian embassy nt Washington, accuses SAVED DY A SHIRT, Secretary lttalnc of breach of diploWhich III Owner Takes Off and Sett Fire matic courtesy in publishing a private To as a ftlcnal to a l'amrngrr Train lo confidential dispatch from llndinL The Htop. Italian miniftcr then adds: "We nro When tho night express under tho sail necessity of concluding on the Hlg Four was driving along at a thnt what to every other government high speed about two miles west of would appear to bo the accomplishIlloomlngton, III, tho engineer discov- ment of strict civil duty is impossible ered a man on the track some dlstanco to the federal government It is tlmo uhcod waving sonic blaring object Ho to break oft this bootless controversy. applied the brakes nnd reversed, but 1'ubllo opinion, the sovereign judge, will before tho lialn cculd be stopped It know how to indicate nn cqultnblo struck an obstruction in the shape of solution of this grave problem. o au oak log, ten by sixteen Inches and have affirmed, and wc again affirm our twenty feet long. It smashed both the first right Let the federal government , fences at a road and damaged reflect uton its side if it is expedient to tho engine's pilot There were ono leave to the mercy of each stale In the hundred passengers on the train. Tho union, irresponsible to foreign counman who slgualcd tho train Is named tries, theefllciency of treaties, pledging Slmcs, and ha is a resident of Illoomlng- its faith und honor to entire nations. ton. The torch with which be signaled The prrsenl dUpateh is address d to Uio train waa bis eottna. fchlrt which ho I ypu exclusively, not to thn federal ov- took from his back and lighted with our duties henceforward emment. match. are solely restricted to dealing with current business." Peculiar Accident Terminates Fatally. After two weeks of unparalleled suffering llev. Gcorgo 11. IlothwclUpastor of "I ALONE AM MASTER." tho Congregational church on Classon Kmptror William Drain a Dlrrrt llloiv nt avenue, Urooklyn, died at tho llrooklyn Trliir DUuiarek. hospital Sunday nlg&t The accident At a banquet nt Dusschlorf in hi which resulted In !is death was tho In- honor Monday evening Fmpcror Wilhaling of n cork into tho bronchial liam made a significant speech, in tube. Several surgical operations and which, nfter dilating upon bis desire all that 'medical skill and ingenuity protection of could devise failed to removo tho ob- for hearers for the and after the rights of labor, struction. expressing satisfaction at the conLighted By Tallow Candlei. treaty clusion of the commercial Tho go bill at tho state capltol, Nash- with Austria, he said: "As to tho homo ville, Tcnn., ha for two months been policy which Ls becoming established, I higher than Superintendent lllttoclc shall not deviate n hnlr't, breadth from thought it should be, and Friday, when the course I hn o adopted. 1 alono cm n Wllforcwi for April was presented, mn'ter in this country and nobody-else.- " he ordered the meter taken out of tho His emphatic language in rebuilding. Friday evening tho corridors gard to the treaty with Austria, which wero lighted by tallow candles set In Prince llismarck opposed, and bIm) in uspldors,and Saturday a halt dorcn lan- regard to homo affairs, waa evidently terns und a gallon can of coal-oi- l v.'cro directed at Prince llismarck. purchased. , Tf Another collision haa occurred between the ookc strikers and tho deputies, the result being one striker dead A Ilonle Laid Oot WhltH They Follow, Mid ono seriously wounded. Sunday CtoMlng the Nttram War lght Superintendent (Jrey and Fit of Trestles, JJom iCallaghan, of I.clscnrlng No. 8, The Carolina Ccntrnl trainmen hav went to house No. 17 to rescue two of been having ft peculiar experience the men who had been nt Woik and with caterpillars for four or five day were being held at that house by tho past, and It la something unheard of In strikers. They were set upon and stontho railroad history of North Carolina. ed, and the deputies came to their aid. Just cast of I.umberton i what is Ono of the strikers tried to tako a gun known ha the lilg Swamp, and tho rail from one of the deputies, when a shot was fired by tho strikers. Superintendroad goes through it on trestle-work- , broken hero nnd there in the solid por- ent Cray then ordered tho deputies to tions of the swamp by embankments of Ore, and In tho volley which followed eartlL Last Tuewlay an army of cater- John Mohan, a striker, fell dead, and pillars began moving out of tho swamp, another, whose name is not known, reand when they reached the stream over ceived a mortal wound. Tho striker which tho trestles carry the rails, they then scattered, and tho two men who massed on tho railroad and proceeded , Vfjtto held prisoners were rescued and to ciw on tho trestles. The rails ono taken to Lclscnrln. Tho sltnstlon tics were covered inches deop with tho yrt reported quiet At I.clncnrlog moving mass, and the first train that ho. Svthc men are better armed than r.nujrvnl. Colir Men la KENTUCKY 8TATE NEWa rHE The riark county fair offers 87,600 la premiums nnd pnrana this rear. Farmcm) In many counties are bnv- ing corn for feeding at sevanty-flvj cents a bushel. McCnACXEN countv is crectimr a flro- proof vault for the protection of IU o Tooling- ;31n bo col dcllv I lr records. ,i'nn ln..tirlon, Ti Aliikht Hohmei, trnvelintr Ihrousli central Kentucky, for Curry, Tunis & Norwood, Lexington grocers, was seri ously kicked by a homo during a run-- . away, near Danville. Tab department hcadauartera G. A. It, heretofore located in Louisville, will, for the next year, be at Fcarls, Lewia county, the homo of the new , con commander, S. O. mills. Gait. Or.onoR W, Ilnucr, ar., a pi-- 1 bo dee1 oneer of Lewis, In trimming a corn on Youth one of his toes, a. few weeks ago, cat not.i too deep. set In In of time, and his physicians were the. finally compelled to anmutate hla leer a the knee. The operation proved fatalKf and Tub -- MairV if A- '- LexlnKtoaaMaVet 1" ' ' Illood-polsonln- g the-course -T blast of the you the Clarks , of & tr ware. til an tu and the lends It as thai are wa clnga. Hut Other l en no moro comlo polltl- oi late than the bmrlo I, 8. Clarkson summonlncr ftfce country to rally round Iff republicanism. Mr. frument has tho sound as do from protected tin- wrtalnly moro strident iHtVith J PLATFORM OF THE UEA3UE. to IUllr Th.m Import of ths ll.noldllonj Adnpled by K.obllran Party. the National Lcngna tt Hepobllean OF THE COUNTRY. blowing in concert It men an orchestral effect Kvrhich villags humorists :V questionable wed- - Forukcr. Thurston fighting for and boasting t for the last few month. Hon. Tom Reed ot Home is praised, to bo Portland and sure, for compelling tho members of the house to "transact tho public busiMM,'! an elegant euphemism for couBtteff vehido tin or bras. or the pegs in the cloak room aa part of Ky should this call for the a quorum; but not a word is said about FMkoslasm of young men the great MclClnley bill or the greater thy oi any response? BUI McKtnlcy. "We declare our belief t bo. very wise, but It i In tho doctrines ot protection to Amerdid and calculating. Jt ican labor, American industries and Sta r.aL-- c tso Jittlft of Asarisas hecres, arid lndcse the wisof the past, but it Is dom of the republican party in contin(by intolerance which ued adrocacy of that doctrine." And cause which drew it then the resolution pats reciprocity upon mo Dacx. am vtbt oi maet;of ab-ju- Claln. Tho platform adopted by the Cincinnati convention of the national leaguo of republican clubr is a curiosity In IU way. If it represents tbo republican clubs, the Usuesmost in favor with tho members aro not wbIly th'osa which tho republican party lias been MiK W 1- x IS d Ag-ne- cast-boun- d cros-slng- the k, distinct A Koman temple has just been unearthed at tlio foot of the Calrarlenbcrg at Itsden, nenr Vienna. In a niche of thlscavoor Mithras grotto aro the remains of nn altar hewn out of tho rock. Fragments of Koman vob-eand utensils, ns well aa knives, arrows, lamps nnd coins wero also found. A sunTieniiANKAN ls stalled. cliargo uuder-vnluntlo- Kilted By a Drawing Knife. man named (irenthouse, living near Weston, W.Vn., fell on n drawing knlfo he wivs uslug and wnx killed. On at Bloomlncton, III. Another strong vein of natural gas has been struck almost in the heart of tho city of Illoomlngton, 111. Denmark Wants Cheap Sugar. The ttvnuiry department Is informed thnt tho government of Denmark- has reduced tlio duty on sugar, chocolate ami petroleum, to tnKe eilect uctotier I, 1801. A bounty will bo allowed on tho amount ot sugar used lu beer e.Hirtcd. - I Fired For Using Such Langnace. In the French deputies Monday, dur- Jng debate on tho Fourmles riot, I'rncst ltochu, called Minister Coubtuns a mur derer and his supporters varlots. Amid great excitement Hoche was expelled Articles of incorporation have Ih'ch (lied in Columbus for n. long distance telephone company, for tho purpose of constructing und. operating lines from Cincinnati to Cleveland, Detroit, New York and other eastern cities. A Long Distance Telephone. and censured. th) Supreme Court It is reported thnt Justices Bradley and Field, of the U. S. supremo court, will ask to be retired and that Senator Kdmuuds will bo offered one of the positions. Changes In Pononal Enacts. Tho department hns Informed n that the loanl of general appraisers hold that blades nro not entitled to frco entry as effects." Illcycles of American mauufucturo taken abroad are entitled A Wkst Virginian, while hunting to freo entry on return. near I'arkcrsburg, shot n bird of beautiwhich measured ft ful blue gray rolor Falhttrs' Strike Settled. height and 0 feet 4 feet 3 Indira in What seemed to bo tho Inauguration Inches from tip to tip of Its wings. Its of a long und bitter strike between tho bill was eight Inches long and its legs boss nnd Journeymen painter of St and the tips of Ita wing wero of a dull I'nul, Minn., has been adjusted, UMil tho salmon color. Ho bird like it waa men returned to work Thursday mornIn that section before. ing, after ono day's Idleness. dollnra for removing m Fivit thousand Stnnford'B head, and Horses TAklng the Grip. wen from Mrs. Tho Intluciuu cpldemlu Is now racing 190 for removing n few wrinkles from doubtless at Knst Kent, i;,,,.. i mi,i Mrs. Huntington's neck will tl)ti,0 suggest to millionaires tho wisdom of human being who have been vle'lnn doo-to- r. to tho disease, the cpldemlu has of .'ektending their wives Incog, to tho ed the horses lu tho Knst Kent Hunt Count Von Moi.tkk had, just before Stables, with tlm result that scleral his death, been giving dully sittings to valuablo huiitero hnvo nlrcndy died Vllum I'arlnghy, nt present tho most from Its cITeLts. noted portrait pnlntcr in (lermnny. Sho Btihop rmillps Brooks. was painting tho old field marshal in In Thursday's session of tin uniform, with Ids breast covered with diocesan convention oi tho orders. Pnitcsti'iit Episcnpal church ut lioston, A Mn CorriN is engaged in tho tn llcv. l'h.lllpb llrooks, D. I)., wns elected bishop by a vote of W to Ob fruiting btibjncsa at Bolivar, Mo. BtcycUs Not "per-hon-eve-aeon Mnso-chuset- nl Tho llolckow art collection wns Kohl Eees Are AnlmMs. at miction, London, and realized tho .Proposed Strike Declared Off. A decision of the treasury departMclssonlcr's "Sign ment Is to the cfTect that bees are s, The proposed general strike of sum of S;i40,uoa tho Pennsylvania bituminous min- I'ulntcr'' was sold for W3,MiO. for the purpose of levying duty. neighborhood tho of in ers, Neirly AuTtallans. A Blluard In Michigan. Huntington, l'n., which was anIM immigrants landed at Of tho A heavy i prevailed nt nounced for Friday, has been Indef- New York Snturdny l,4.!! wero ItalAlpena, Mich., Mill. lay, '1 lie ul.ul l.lci.-initely declared off, and the work wllV ia up. galo from tho north nud uoithcast therefore, continue ns usual. nnl-mal-', suow-stniua Hutch Rennet To Qo Home. special dispatch from Terra Haute, Ind., says Mr. II. I. Hutchinson, tho Chicago speculator, nr rived there late Friday night from KvnnsUlla and refused to go further north, although ho had a ticket to Chicago. Ho put up at a hotel there. A well-know- After sleeping almost steadily for ono Wolf's periodical comet was discover hundred hours, Frank Gray, n mtlUuiau ed Monday morning by Mr. Barnard at at Samptowu, N. '., nwoke. When Lick Obscnatory, Mt Hamilton, Cal. told of tho length of tlmo ho hnd It is extremely faint and small, and i unconscious ho was Incredulous. following closely the path predicted foiK-e- Mllkmtn's Long Nap. Wolfs Comet Discovered. Big Prices for Pictures. Cleveland Id Default. Drunken Miner's Double Crime. At the Atlantic inlno, Hancock, Mich., Aug. Nlkkiln, a miner, shot hi wlfu through the head during n fit of delirium, caused by drink, and then placed tho revolver to hl own heud and blew out Ids brains. Nikkiln died in n few minutes. The woman may recover. In tho district court at Omaha, Neb., G rover Cleveland wai culled in tho suit of tho Folvim heirs, of which Mrs. Clovuland is one, for tho partition ot the estate. Tim bailiff announced Mr. Clcvclund could not bo found und ho was declared In default There Snow In South Dakota. wits n light full of snow In S, I)., Sunday afternoon, with In-u- Commercial Movement Agaluit the U. S. It is nunounced that Germany nnd Anstria-Hungarhave Invited Italy, Switzerland nnd Belgium to Join In n convention nt Vienna for tho a rowed purposQ of forming u coalition of tlio Central Kuropcun statcbiiguinst protecy tionist countries. ts Tho union painters in Memphis, Tcnn., In.iuguruted a. strike Friday, otherwise theie wan no labor demon strotlon in that city. About u month ngo tho Fulutcrs' union dcmimlrd 91 per day for r'tJl liouth worl. Memphis Painters Strike. Huron, cool temperature und not lit winds. It isas not cold enough, however, to or retard gro'vtng crop?, and the mow will supply moisture. John Bunko's sister died at Milwaukee, Monday of trichinosis, making so vcu victims of tho family who hnvo djed ftom cutinir diseased pork Two others nro still itnVi-iuffioni the r dia-ea- Died From Trlchtnoilt. fcffftl ncs OTVW J225 a day. aa ..A .....ta V.1.. ..... format compliment for the measure "Ciiickek Eater" Jackson and " inn Kut nlttL 1JL k .. which was fanned by the winds of.ao l la - .' Bulldog" Crabtree. desperadoes of ,ve M2f ffl-V.lttS? con. much oratory in the. Fifty-firthe Cumberland mountain region of Ccrtalnly not the advtCyof forco gress, and is'stlll lauded by republican Kentucky, came together, and both are or 0 foatcrlug ot lewiized journals ns a precious monument of one shot through the heart end , jn tu? form 0f taxation Youth political wisdom. Solemn silence about tho other through tho brain. demands' achifjeo to rise by IK own the McKInley bill, but sweet encourAt Paris Frank Closky, efforts; It is 'Impatient of all privege agement Mr. Blaine's policy of reo- P1vTj" as. vi r filaa tinrviil fi nftr f and preemption, and does most vei.J Iprocity. for wuuva va dvs u ttuiAtviuini tho other afternoon, nnd hnd his right mently protest against being hanrfi And where Is that oiner grens measleg crushed. It will have to Oeampu- - capped by burdens imposed for the ure by which the republicans were going I tatcd. benefit of Others. It will fi tr ht for an to sink or swim, survive or perish? The John P. Stetson, a soldier belonging abstraction, bnt IU imagination will republican clubs' platform, contains a to the Fifth infantry, and stationed at hardly be fired by a cause whose objec- mud and unobjectionable resolution the Presldo, Son Francisco, has fallen tlvo point Is.'lboodle." Tradition, asso- expressing belief in the right of every hslr to 80,000 by tho death of Thomas ciation, transmitted beliefs, count for citizen to cast a freo ballot and have it Merchant, of Woousocket, It. I., an much in forming the opinions aliko of duly counted and certified. "Denial of nn-lwhom Stetson has never even youth asd aje, but for the ingenious such right should result In dcrea of see. Stetson is about thirty years of mind at work on the political problems representation in congress and In tho age, and a native ot Maysvllle, this of the day republicanism offers merely electoral vote." Where is tho poor old I the dry husks of old state. controversies and force bill for which most of the repub.rri!!-ti?- "o rrie rl?! licans la the Fifty-fln- t afJonN Carroll, a white man, has the TvrT.rrj-- l consrc - principles. been sentenced at May nelci to me lmfected to be so eager? There was no There are, doubtless, young men to eulogy of it and no mourning for it at prlsonmcnt in the penitentiary lor tho murder of a negro in 1889. Carroll has whom Forakcr Is a hero and Beed a not ClnclnnatL Tho hands of George Fris-bi- o recently been discharged as cured from inadequate exponent of the republican' Hoar were not held up, and tho ism ot Sumner and of Lincoln. But statesmanship of Hon. John Intimidatho Western Kentucky insano asylum. W. B. Snooks, tho bridegroom of the they are hardly the kind for whom the tion Davenport was not appreciated. Having pushed away the McKInley Louisville wedding, where several per- horn of Clarkson was tooted. Tho sons sona wero poisoned at the feast died at of the founders of republicanism bill and tho forco bill, the platform the Burnet House, Cincinnati. Coroner whose presence he deplores as leaders makers proceeded to crawl before the of the New England democracy repre-- Farmers' Alliance: Bango has ordered a post mortem. "Lojsl snd At Frankfort Bobert Dawson was ' 6cnt a type of men born since the war eek to dcitrojIntelligent repnblltsastowill not cripple vested interest caught and whirled around with a re- - who because they think for themselves any lejlttmste enterprises, hat nor demsod they volving shaft and dashed to pieces. Ono will hare no lot or part with the Fora- - that the best thought of the republican party Kcrs, ianamaners. narKsons or yuays shall bo concentrated on the formulation of feet ann and both... were torn off. ' l.A legislation the Jonathan wooLroRD snot ana kuicu who find it fit and profitable to re inch ex actions ofas will protectfrom people from any usurer, Frank Francis near Plkeville, The publicans at tho present day. Democ- of monopolies, or the extortionate oppressions from demands of murderer's brother was engaged in a racy has for them tho potentiality and publlo carriers." i fight with a man :amed Phillips. Fran- the promise of all that Is vital or inspirTo sco the best republican thought concis, who wns a friend of Phillips, inter- ing in the political activity of the re- centrated upon the formulation of recipes for catching tho alllanco vote will fered in the latter's behalf, and Wool-ford- public According to Mr. Clarkson the only be interesting to the philosopher and the brother shot him. difference between tho economic prin- humorist The financial resolution Matfield had a 815,000 flro. and those evidently the masterpiece of Mr. John FRANKroRT on the 29th, was in gala ciples of the republican party of the democrats Is that between lim- Bunsby, is hereby commended to reattire, to do honor to tho veterans of and the late war. The delegates began ar- ited expect unlimited reciprocity. the Does publicans anxious to serve, upon the to make much of committee on resolutions in the next riving the evening bofore, nnd flags, he of intelligent youth, however convention. It is neat and clastic, and bunting and G. A. It emblems became enthusiastic, that is Ignorant of tho means what you please: the order of the day on tho streets. greater includes tho less, that sny "We Nearly all tho business houses Here fact that the partial triumph of a prin- rency oppow ot attempt to 1bs the curthe and the country; but Insist upon and coin decorated and many private ones. Tho ciple is less to bo desired than a e such legitimate Increase ot our circulating meheadquarters of the department were ot the double dium and such malaienauc on7 established at the Capital howl, where standard as win fairly suttsty she Increasing -. . all arrivals were escorted from the de- to TheTrrrollean party cannot afford nec,aftle. r trd0afiir romtnerca men in the front pot Upon the arrival of tho morning are put young indiscreetly truthful They Whnt increase of tho circulating meapt to be like dium should be considered legitimate, trains from Lexington and Louisville Mr. Wolott tho president of tho and what maintenance of the double the delegates, one hundred and fifty who said harsh things standard will fairly satisfy tho increas strong, including many colored veterQuay and got off the ing necessities of trade nnd commerce, ans formed Into a procession and parad- about ScLSUr Mr. Clarkson quotes which not racks or thumbscrews could induce ed the streets, headed by the Frankfort epigram "Wo must with prolessed approval: cornet band, after which the depart- drum out the mercenaries and rally the the republican to disclose. The Cin cinnati platform is a work of art It ment held its business meeting nt the tho republican wa constructed, apparently, for tho opera house. Following is a list of the recruits." Alas for disparty whea the mercenaries aro purpose of promoting closer relations officers elected: S, G. Mills, commandbanded! It will need other leaders and between the republican party and the Aler; T. U. Llvezey, principles to attract recruits Farmers' Alliance In the west and Dr. other bert Scott Junior enough to f 11 half tho yawning gaps in Porter (colored), medical director; Bcv. the ranks left by the cashiered soldiers northwest N. Y. Sun. Thos. Woods, chaplain. of fortnne.-- N. Y. World. NOTES FROM THE PRESS. Bracken county is aliout to hold n COVERING THEIR TRACKS. The decided Blaine color Of the primary election for the first time under Cina law passed by the last legislature, I'alpsblr l'n rut Contemplated by Sec- convention of republican clubs at tings cinnati suggests a decided green and applying to the counties of Bracken, retary Foster. of Undo John Sherman. Kenton, Hnrrison, Bourbon nnd CampBe ports from Washington nnd tho re- to tho thoughts Chicago Times. bell, extending to primary elections in cent visit of Secretary Foster to New If President Harrison really those counties nil the provision of the York point to a state of affairs in tho laws against bribery nnd illegal voting treasury that causes some solicitude, to wants to learn who is tho republican as applicable to regular elections. The tho department officers. It an easy favorite ho Bhould propose three cheers experiment will bo watched with in- matter for the president to laud tho for James G. Blaine at the close ot ono But, ol speeches. terest The act is a very strict one. It generosity of congress in his southern of his provides: "That it shall be un- speeches, but further north, it Wash- course, the little man never mention) lawful for any one to vote at a ington, the president's subordinates tho jingo man. Sioux City Tribune. vho would not are rlndlnfit hard to make both ends primary election Tho boys who cheered for "Cleve nt tho time of voting, be a legal voter, meet The billion dollnr congress has land and democracy" wnlle Mr. Harnndcr tho constitution nnd laws of the begun to strain tlio treasury's resources. rison was In Tcxarkana were better state, for which the nomination Is being It is fraDkly conceded that in Sep- fed than bred. Texas is anxious to be made, as if tho regular election was be- tember the government will bo unablo polite to Its presidential guest and it is ing held on that day; and in addition to meet its debts. In that month fifty-tw- o no more courteous to mention Cleveland thereto, ho must (tosses the qualificamillion dollars of four and a half and democracy In his presence than it tions prescribed by the authority of per cent, bonds will become duo and is to throw holy water on another emithoe who called or ordered tho primary tho treasury will not have enough nent republican. St Louis Bepublic. election to be held lu the cull thereof; money lo pay them. Secretary Foster, Republicans express with delight and any one violating tho provisions of accordingly, proposes to take tho law the opinion that tho spring elections inthis section, shall bo deemed guilty of n Into his own hards, overrldo congrcM dicate that republicanism 1 reviving. misdemeanor, and upon conviction, and devise a temporary makeshift to Do the republicans realize the condifined a sum not less than twenty-fiv- e tion of affairs when they clutch at the conceal the deficit. Of tho fifty-tw- o dollars nor exceeding one hundred dol- million dollar bonds which come due returns of a town election to assure lars." f are held themselves that "the grand old party of in September about A terrific storm passed over Bedn, as tho basis for national bank note patriotism, purity," etc, nd nauseam, is Ohio county, the other night Tho resi- circulation. The banks are willing to reviving in tho north? Chicago Times. dence of Henry Stuart near that place, keep these bonds even after they are Secretary Foster, confronted with was blown dow n, but no ono was in- duo. nrovided tho government will the eippty treasury, which Heed's reckof Matthew- - Bow- allow even a small rate of interest less congress depleted, scheming hard jured. Tho dwelling ers, seven miles from there, win demolWithout the shadow even of warrant to muke both ends meet when .13,000,-00- 0 ished, nnd two children received Injuries of law Secretary Foster proposes to ex4! percent bonds full due In Sepfrom falling timber which will prove tend those Units for a number of years, tember. So far hu Is basing his plans fatal. Several barns near Beda wert reducing tbo Interest to two per cent upon tho Idea thnt tho holders of tho destroyed and many unroofed. A great W Idle tho scheme may hnvo merit as bonds shall keep them at n lower rate deal of dumugu w undone to timber. u financial device, St is u palpable fraud of Interest t! per cent Louisville BiriiAiii) 1'. Hoard, a prominent citi- on thn people. Kirt I will deceive Courier-Journazen of Christian county, died suddenly them a to tho uctunl state of their At every point in his journey at his homo near Fruit Hill, tho other treasury. Thu people are entitled to throughout the touth President Harevening, nfter a brief illness of pneuknow whnt money congress bus voted rison has been received with u warmth years. monia, nged fifty-llvinto and out of tho treasury. Secretary of welcome that ought iu some degree Fosters financiering covers up that to thaw the Ico out of him. His recepIIUTi.ru county Is agitating the organknonh-dgo-. Second, it Is un unlawful tion has been as sincere as it was ization of a fair company. The famous "Jones county calf case," exercise of power by the secretary of gracious and should convince him that which recently went off tho docket of n the treasury. By what warrant docs the people of the south are ns devoted Independent of congress, to to the republio as the peoplo of uny western court long nfter tho object of he litigation had rounded out tlio fullness refund ono dollar of tho public debt? other section of tho country. Ho should of bovine life nnd died, bus n counter- What right has ho to stop payments for bo now convinced of the unwisdom of part in the Wuldcn vs. Haycroft ryo the sinking fund, as it Is announced uny attempt to chain down the growthat he proposes to do? Measures to ing und prosperous south or to check Tho Messenger case nt Owensboro. says It started several years ago over accomplish both of these purposes were it. development with any such measures ns tho force bill. There ls for tho eight dollars' worth of rye, and the before the lato congress., and every democratic newspaper then president in his southern trip an opcosts now nmount to hundreds of dolpointed out that they were made neces- portunity to broaden nnd elevate himlars, nnd no end in sight Mil William Tkiiiiv, this fifth victim sary by the extravagance of congress self. It Is to be hoped Unit he will uso of the poisoned wedding feast, nt Lyn- Itsejf Tho republican majority failed it Knnsas City Times. Mr. Blaine's friends aro much don Station, died shortly ufter noon tho to pas thoso measures, they ran uwuy other dny. lie had been lingering nil from Washington without making the nmuscd at tho manner In which Mr. tho morning, suffering greutly from usual statement of the total appropria- llurrlson, In his perambulatory adtions, und tho republictin party now dresses from the rear phitform of his convulslohs and vomiting. colls on tho secretary of tlio treasury, other occasions ear Arthur Hadkn, n desperate criminal, In violation of law, to cover up und con- pjlueocure tound on credit for himself claim takes nnd Tom Hhen, his negro accomplice In ceal tho havoo wrought by congress. with tho reciprocity in connection crime, escaped from tho Howling Green The republican party will go into tho administration. of jail, tho other morning In n few hours next cutnpulgn with u deficit in the movements point this many shrug out tho negro was captured and returned to treasury staring it In tho face. Albany They ulsoshoulders, withsomewhat sigtho of their jail, but Hudcn, ut lust report, was still Argus. nificant fact that In till his nddresset at large, It is worth noting as on example the president has not once had tho gen(Ieohok Lee struck Will Taylor In that whila Presi- erosity, justlco or temerity, according the head with n stone, the other night of political fluesso swinging around a one views it, to mention tho name of LouiHville, nud killed him. Botli dent Harrison is at Tho Inference which Mr. . the circle talking platitudes Secretary Blaine, nro colored. They quarreled over a Hlaitie U muklng the caglu scream with Maine, h frlrnds draw is that little woman. is a very iiurrow, jealou in FounsviLLE, In Ohio county, sinco pat Jtlo exultation, It ls u raw day ltcuuy ot ctuiugl getting 1"-rMlrnd hfis begun to win Mr. Illnlno permits himself to bo imblthms t reivon, devoid wit to coin-'lib shortcomings, .ifiuju tnr'cdfkvwn iu th" political shufile. grow rapidly. A blink s about to I VI JlU, St Uuijs prga 'ed (line, I . I.tl ! to M. e st uli rob-dea- d, ntnc-ycar-o- ld 1 e ! J , si 's com-olot- -- 1 renr-plntfor- one-hal- 1 l. o v 1 1 '1 ITS"- - 4 A. JT f - . j 'a? .. Zmt1 At . M !0''!i h li ' ?TT '1 i a Uul UBmHHHVnKlllW mfinmnn fitvamw ; ' sy l NOW brov I Hfwecjk. "Waffii S'laffbMv.'lfB BiMi Fsa, 3P- -- "'M' .Jy NL Ji;"il'.'-"""-- M "" ' ' """ gtr Ever shown hi this Market. l . ! i, i r..n i k iviiiiiiuu vir iiiu luiuiuj uir i.j. . .... inave nniy i.. ...i.. a trite saying that ," i one can juua.-- o uvuiuuu; i ut v.Miiiiiu V """ iiiiu, jou . ...... TV,.,,,,,,,,.. J. .. r t I nil'Pl ivvn n....,-- . .1 .. 1!.. .1.1. I.,.! l .i. t i mm m umuw mo cuicuinn." uiMii-wwii;an cicgaui tine ui mttT. ai8o j.ui.u.unu oiliKo in nil to inherent suaues. can iww yon k iiiniii"iiin auuiw oi It SP JBP oix ESszliiloitioxx 3ftOr . is rr .- -. ,...n ... .li t . 1 ? .,.... :.i fc.. iymn KSJSE2U EfcLo ? cms. -- Xjx-gres- t 4E5A MMffU YVv, Tj and Plfr !K&3ErJJ --. -- C3rX-ja,3a3Lo- st .....:,. iRr TZ ia ,.. -- sin.,L- - Ax.mWji jej vvjt:- - j a UXIi rv nuKss nnnns nv.PAHVMMVT .:n , . ..... .., .,MI ' .ww :: -i 'HMIXr -- ?l. Jlll pwk awl H -- 1 which is tho largest in the City. In HATS can Gshoiluii T S EN A' y something Nobby, anil something that will please yon. FURNISHING GOODS AND CLOTHING, CAKRKTS, x'iir -. Ql, I..- ua mum', ...1. t afij & talRVl NS555" . .. .. ... .,., ..n i jiu. i... iuuiiui ... ..... uu r. tu Luinuin mi ,i. iovt'iui's oi mo (Season, Have , ... . ..!.!. i f niuuu never r.ll. to give sausinction. inns vtouiu call attention to my lino of G!ll NOW READY! Array of Gjk. Pi ai5i 5"l?4i P5 -- V nOE' 1"'! m OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, &c. I have a large stock of the.se good, and am prepared to make some very CLOSJJ FWU11ES on them. My Goodpwerc bought Strictly V . THE HICKMAN COURIER. for Cash, consequently p I enn give nbaaJba s you the very lowest prices to be hud. mJmmWi Give me a cull. " -- S jfte. Ib k e a Jjm tm i i 1 it i - r ,a t zk 1.1 JL.N $ LmLm a. rx.i .1 r .tfca. CUA. U1I.1ZIII, r V- -- ! I k imiut. DR. DAVIDSON. It nonpars from tho letter of tho Pnrauant to a call qf tin Coun1. il In n Prlinn Milliliter to the HKI.FCTKH MY tMllIUKIt. HIOKMAV, KY., ty Demouratio Ooinmlttfb, largo Olmriro il'AITitlroB in Wndhlncton , IIIOKMAN, at m,tlmt From receipt of Mr. FntnAY, : : : : may 8, lpt, iiomber of I)oniocra?e .iestuibled not nowtwo c"ei the leant, which into t i,i..t..nialuco tho Ttni,, expUm, came .. at tho court honso.f in pltkman, power Mareb 4b, 1811.Wiitga laaiM that """"v " "'..V."!." .V" . i. ,,n inn,. Uiliue over Oowinli .& Cowcl I'u ' 7u .i" It llrmr Mtm-noil Bjieauuip lorma wmi tut, ruB HTATK NEXA1IIB. on Saturday, May 2nl, tiiislruot those who lle In glau bo.i.e. ,anM uol . , ounuo tit throw tlonet, u uiit u to, it win not .iieu W re nnlhorltl to tnnounce the Hon. delegates to the Denfecratle Btato In iitni uiiihu Cottnuo Ortriiii order for tii Rtnubllcana and a great I courlesv t will attend to I.... w..for , b ' for ,, 11RNH.Y CEOHOE, of Orti connlj, Convention, which InJuuTJji Louis- 0 J many ',Demoralt, ot Ibt pteenV llm, t!uc8a innttet' u before, but l any. otnllltc to Ttrrnt Hekma.' vUV:oii.uioa3th inir.VA'MQjKnto VaiVHI the Wblat in BfrlUau til. a. ii.i, tl.ni ls ilfl. i.. I.m.Iup- -. -on mnl QrmiAMmlltvlB. lb ntxt : e (urio.r on. uui now lorinoi., ,: "J :i:0tf J. amukro's Sons. '.win llie Whlum and If tbe abot pinch. v"0 two COUUtrlOH will 00 Oil tcrtllB oniiiairrtto rorOoirw-rT"- " laugb on uiuor oiaie omcor-.Democratic rnrly. ' " 0,,ei wo will all allow him to grin 01 IlllcrilUliniiai pouting for awllllu TAKK NOTIC'K. r. A. A. inrrclll't'lni Cft,,,.aml bear II. Oneof Ihefirat aetaof lh f.,,,1 thn. ,ll,.,,.n,l l.v tl, All notet and aeeounta due me for lS'JO, to onlor. oil tho F(IK tiik i.i:oii.ATCit:. net el tied br April SOtb, will bt gtven On inotbt Mr- fie0' Wnrrcn 000,000 tlx per cnl. bond, lo lake up ,, , , . out for collection, "in to break olT tblt booties Editor Owner: wns cliosi pei'iuatient chairman; Dcmneratlo treatitry uolet, ibougbtbel IU D. 11REVA1U) were tatiided wiib lliem. tfortr. Publlo opinion, the aotereio 4:10 C.nJIiUtei to rrirnat lliokron nj Jntlgoyolarks, of I'altoii, an oqn Tnit watan act lobenent the capltalUlt KU7 "nw " Fulton oounllet In t tie next Stale lgli .'". ami .las. C. Weum, ami lo Injur, the people, by depriving uble solution of thlt grart problem. We Ulur aro flow to onralnj to tin fronl; secretary. mem oi $iz,ow,uou or liie belt money. have attirmed, end wt again affirm, our l'arliet Indebted lo me, either by not uhleh It largely, lrhap., ovrlug to lh assistant L'ho Democratic County Com- wnten mey grraity tieeilei, ana linpoilng first right. Let the Federal floverncirnl or account, are requested lo lack of (tprviiion ait lo who the people coiue forward lerieet upon lit tide If it it expendient lo at once aud fettle, nr their oUloi will bt mittee, having previously bcld u upon them an annual payment of anU We have lo ml ml a good in'l leave lo the merry of each State of the placed In the bandt of tu officer for ool. for no good purpote. Uut lie gieal man for lb position, nnJ meeting to deteruiluo whether or Union, lrrtHiiialble lo fbrrira countrtr, lection. Come at onct and thereby atve eatl uiKin blm toannounea lilt nam. not it was for tho best interest of object of the Whit; wat to ettabliib a the elficieucy of trestles pledging Ut faith cott. I mean what I nay. National llanlc, an I tht t career th.y made We mean Mr. John V. Co(lll, the the party to hold County Conven- the money of the country tbe gtcitcr and honor lo entire nttioiu. 4 3tf JOHN WITTING. wottby and elTioitnt tfajor of The prevent ditpatch It addressed to ytu lie ha bail tares exprleaee In tions in our State and county would wbe the demand for the bank. An exeltitively, not lo the Federal Oovernmecl. the following agent oL'aMh Only ! tent to Europe to tell the detiboratiTC bodl, ra born an.l railed races, presented For 000 of boadi. but he failed to wll Vour duties henceforward are solely te. In tills oounly, hat been a onxlalenl Den resolutions to the Convention, The reason that D. B. Iirynnt oeral, and In the Tarioni public ploe which were road aud unanimously them, and tbe Vhlg, though they did II ttrlcted lo dealing ivllh current butlneii. !, MBit offift. h MIIa.1 h.a .. ttvA.an adopted: reluctantly, were compelled lo Usue I real, Tho "flrt right" reafllrmod In has marked down prices, and is tiry note to run the government. capable, efficient and worlhrFor ibex, breaking off "tho bootless contro- selling Groceries so low, is that ho HtiohJ, That we fator, far the future After Mr. Tyler vetoed Iwo different versy" rtaaooa we belliTO he would make a is the alleged light of Italy buys for ensh aud sells for caBh. of whom we would all ba proul. Inlerett and government of tbe party, a bills to charter bank,, he labored manto dictate the course of justice Call round and tost tho difference thorough orgaultitlon, regtrdleat of pri- fully during hit term lo carry out, In What tajr the people? Wbl eajn Mr. vate Interests. the vitwt of JelTeraon, ,ladlon in the United Statesto havo botweou cash prices and credit Cowgillt CiTiiesi. 1:1G:'1)1 Rttolrtd, That, in the faton, re recom- and Jacktoo at to a Ireaeury nolo money eome ono in America trrcsteil. in prices. mend the holding of prim.ry election! by itsueu oy me nation, uaviuz no conneo- - dicted, tried or hanged to gratify BROWN, HARDIN OR CLAY. voting pieclnctt, and tht trembling to- tlon !with bankr; but, ai iu .1810, '29, "31. "tho mibllo opinion" of Italv. A.. A.. ii..' .'. ui: ...i.i gether, In convention, of tbt elected r ..l PHYSICAN AflD SURb'EON nf ii f?9p? W ....miuaie civic. orir..t hit matterlv r.iEjenU j Hl,"ll f claim is absurd wPll inailo ' Rcwnlt or lh Ileiuocratlc candlilatet for State end roJaly olfieet. KKNTUCKY with consideration. jagtiiiist the United Suites, ns it HICKMAN, Rttolrtd, That we invltt tdt counties of Tbe couterjuences were a limited amount would be against HutSla or any hlsProftsslonal Service! to Primaries. Hickman and (Iiavet lo Join ut lo con of trettury nolet and Stale bank octet otlior country canablo tbe eiliient of Hickman and vicinity rf limtli titiii. vention to nominate ciuJitttti for the were the rooner of the countrr, with most ing its own forms of procotlnro Tbe result of tho Democratic LeeUlalure. of the Stale bankt still suspended The ..,.., .. , , .., ... ... .. regard to attempts at nctotvru,t j uai ioee retoiuiinna oe tuu-- ,DanK oi tne untied statu, men a stale without primaries hold on Saturday last B. milted to the Convention, about to assent- - Institution, made a ruinous failure In 1811. dictation from tho outside. throughout the state shows Brown b!e, for in approval, and a copy forward- - From 1337 until 1S48 about $100,000,000 Italian subjects iu tills country note wrr iiuued. They con- - can enjoy no higher privileges in the load, Clay second, Hardin ed In iheehairmen of the Democratic Office, Clinton St., Laclede Dloek, counties, dueled" the country through the tunpen with Clay, aud Olardy millets of Hickman A.and Orates Cbm'n. at A. Fjuis, ar. They were than American citizens. Jtloo and Ibt Mexican HICKMAN, Kl W. Cowoiit, Sec'y. fourth. J better than hard money; they told at tlx lUltle nilliousnest, btilett Mtltrla, Will alttnd promptly lo all buiinrm InNominations for Governor be'P.r ,c1'1' J,,'u.in ,r,'f'1 money m btetk up Chilli with "0. a C. Ctrltln In the state convention, to as mchl IK) order, H. T. Tjler present- - w'e'rVcbitte '11 Chill Cure," the pleiuaat remedy No cure, trusted lo hit care. semble iu Louisville, tbcro ' ' a nnittA llii tuu iiuutu i.if iiuin l. VViit the Republicans and Wall street democrats no py. Sold by C. A. Ilolconbe. iiuti be 018 delesato votes, and flin irn ..ii.. A. W. LINDSAY, are now; out wtien Uongrest closed lliey successful man, or men, must ro-- J c F,onrnoy notllinated the tlwayt look their p.y in those notet in ties, Hickmau aud Fulton coun- A'ttornoy-at-lia'w- . to bant noteri, wnelher tht subject to the contingency ceive 4uw ot uicso to iu, uuu uo) jion. John Young Urown. Preunks professed pay colu or HICKMAN, KY. neither of the candidates for Gov-- ) Dr. il. II. Wilson uouiiuated Dr. vious to ISC! notoadministration,not.except- of futnro aniionnccnieiitp,iroioso to seek the "long lost political ing a Democratic administration, Usued ernor can count that number tbe Clardy. Office with K S. Murrell. 8:15 liefore iiroceedmc to tako the Ire.sury notes. They were emphatically quantity," in securing a Repredelegates in convention mnst sot- sentative in the Losishiti.ro. i. o. vote, n lllOlloil WRB IIIRtle to iltlonl uemocrit to money; they were at JefTen-o. . . i'l they thoni.l be. Issued by making tho office aeok ilio man. lie it. Of the 918 votes 8SU nave tll0 ma?0rlty rule, aud in tho event I11"1 . t " . a ooeu nearu irom, uu oi wuicn are no one had a majority tho bind I.w the game authority that was author. There aro no candidates, and yet place positively Instructed, 233 without I most candidate to be t'.roppcd '"'i1 ,bye,1,e, Co"r,il'"'0" ,0rco,n, m""J tho FuUo must bo filled. Ilenue.' ' ,h0 . . eounly Domoorats call mi nTtnr tli llrril ill rialin (irtlkf.lua, uniiJtai win J. t no ,. .. .V ""' ""'"' ..muoiiuuop.,. .IIUHUII U.IIilUll. -- -.Wl .i ....for nrJmnr.ns to lin Iml.l in Pi.rl. Kusj.cn. Or- -I '"ii mioiiicr by all lull ui Ortlin.o ll.nm,, l,o Clay 144, tho banks look voting precinct to enable the TJ(J 0.nirmnn npnoiutml It T. P'cie A 'Uce 142, and Clardy 105J. It is Tvler J O Floun ov anil if IT ,,u'i lhe rrio were iheplo to naino a candiilnto. If no certain that on the 1st ballot Wilson tellers, after which the i. .''..v.'. Slr'tZT.V. ... . ' - p.l cal latcs announce, the situation ttutcs vutui tans ucaiuiji lie "it Brown will have about 300; Clay, bouse was divided aud the count, OovemmennuiTered noiott from the me- - will bo without precedont, and ono pention. At hard money was looked up, to be looked to with much interabout 250, Hardin nonrlv ow, nti.l Miroceodetl with. . Jbavtr. ti. nnvrnm.m issu.d jnooi est, and may inaugurate now methThe ' Clardy tnii..:.. as a lively rnlnm uiiitiiiuiiiir r,,,,,,,, ,. ., UIIIIUUUCl'U iiiu iin ...or. tre.ury notet lo meet payment. ods as to selecting Representa,, 000 TI' """i" hM r?lie , UP'.n "." tives. Such an election will be louriu. inereiore, uuuor uie rule in uiwuvjs Moll tiiti attj4 itaiit av uv lis llV .,,1 I,. Clardy will be dropped first, and Mr. Hardin was declared the Government required, unless tbe law, at iinrnl. tlm riAnnln tiirtil,,. name their choice uninfluenced by GrOCerieS, HardwaTS SUld indcinir bv the nrinteil rptinrta nil tlrst CUOlCO Ot tuo Convention for !" 'auS, rurposely provljed that tbey tho personality of . . 'Governor, ,r havinre i.i- it hoiih not perform all lhe function! of !......., ut ii io occuitiii iiinirucuoiis go ,,:; ",, " 'r he -gold and nilver coins. Thli brings ut candidates, "" and placing their Farm Implements. of ihe rcb ellion, when In V. ' ;?- - .,.".. either to Brown or Clay, and uono !" " ,lalf0n" f I88U08 i)eeeinber. ISfll. . iiicooio. uiuiiiiauu jiujui .. .. fit .. .. .. nenco naruin must. put in nomination for socoail uio rend acaln: audIhe banks ki iv the to mi-of direct from the pooplo. Such a Town or City within rifiv miu.of that io iiaruin. in then again war be dropped next, and Hardin's structious, and on tho vote being i 'be bankt agtimt treatury notet and the caudlllato has long been tho ideal place Cairo or I'aduoah' not excepted, w? jentwejwitn greater rigor of orators autl writers, the boast Hlow are few odd price: followers will choose the nomliiHo. i taken John Youug Brown is toi'P19ever before, with greater than auccesi on receive second iustructioiifi.in tho lhe part of "tbe bankt fhe content lion OT Itopublicttl institutions, but, FLOFK, full I'aienl, "Contentment," at The outlook is decidedly favor M c,n be m!u' since CinciiinatuB was event iurillu is dropped. tteil. or money tefuoded, only rJ!,rir," S. P. Chast is oredited of having l.lo utyet. able to Brown, but his nomination fll- plow, has been lost iu the The other offices wero instruct- laid: "My agency iu procuring the pilsl'O.Ut. 12 tht beti Oronulat.d, and 17 is by uo means certain, for Clay ed for as follows: New Orlenot to the it. 00, A can It lage nf Ibe National Htiiltlng aul wat the ror oi practical pontics. 30c may gain more from Hardin than Liout. Governor 51. C. Alford. greatest fioaucial ulilaki of my lift. It ilidati) for State Senator will bo MOMSaES, 7 and lo COn przUo.i. 8 centt per lb. 1IACO.V, C. baa rulll up a monopoly that afTeelri every selected on tho same day and in Brown, and if reRirieiicts ami local Auditor L. C. Norman. .MEAL 70s ptr bushel. la tbo country. It.l,oiild politics cut much figure, Clay and Att'y General W.J. Hendricks. lctcrtt but before Ibis can be aecomnllili-r. the same manner, &o. pttled; Hesduarlert for Steel Nalle, ?2.G5 ptr keg, ratet lint diu living both in Central ed, tht people will be arrjvpd on one tide, Ticasurer II. S. Hale. IT CASf'T AXU Wu.1 A full line of Tobaccos, Including tht Kentucky, Clay will benefit when Supt Of Fulllio Instruction 'tod the bankt on Ibe oilier, in a contett 'Old Dominion;" SnufTt, CofTee, Canned from MobUnturi F.tUo.J neTer ,cen ""ihUcoun Hardin is dropped precisely us Prof. Jas II. Saundors, of thi8lucI' " " Candid. Powder, .Shot, Loaded try. so Mr as I know, oanktri are at will disig-uat- Goods, Tinware, If tho Courier-Journa- l Brown from Glnrdy. j county, received tbe compliment Shells, Barbed Wire. Ilaroet auSm.iii a 4las. of men as nujr other. tboso things that ie rTroiig Traces, Collars and lirldlet, Itope, Ac , and Bnt it is probable Hint Clay mav ury vote of tho Convention Had I been n banker under the National io. bo dropped before Hardin, mid if Begistor of Laud Oflloo Thos. lawt, my courte, In all probability, would in the constitution nbout to bo Also, a full line of Grocers' Drugs, tn so Hardin stands a good chance H. Corbett. have been worse than a large number of submitted it will enablo tho poo- fact, everything usually kepi in a Grocery House. theirs. In fuel, a great majority of Na- plo to form a better judgemcut In to win. Clerk of Court of Appeals Uo Is alio agent for Ihe celebrated tional It.nlr.r. at .... il.v h.il nnlhtn. In tuo tiling broadside is not calcula- . lli. j Norman for Auditor, and Halo, Jus. B. Martin, the best How that wat do with making the law under which they ' j0 J (0 uid in forming any other ever put in flows, county toll. "Vulcan," for State Treasurer will win easily; The Charman appointed the Fulton art operating, it is no (ovia wv wisa io conclusion further tho tbe beat Chilled How made, 10, 12 and than that Tom Corbott for Begister , lowing delegntes to tho Stnte s chauge to much, but Ihe lnw which bai, . is opposed to tho Instrument, Inch cut, steel. "Urle Clipper," and a cliphandsomely, though Corbett entioii: Judge Ed. Starks, T. J. and It yet, and will continue to give them per ibt Ii Try ont. All warranted. but is unwilling to state why. is not entirely safe. Bliukoe. It. II. Binford, Jas.Thnm. Ihe power to oppress. Double Shovels, the origicompel lhe For Supt. Tublio Instruction, ' bh. W. B. Kennady, B. C. Prathor, to Calhoun said: on"Why Government people nal "Malta." tbe credit pay Interest Hbrk is tbo truth, with the bark and Single Shovel 1'lotrt. New Ground Ed. Porter Thompson, has a good W. A. Shuck, P.J. Oliver, J. 0. through the bank, when aaid credit could lead, but with G others in the field Flournoy, B. T. Tyler, Wm. Terry, bt extended lo the people without Interest " on it, from the Louisville Times: there Is uo telling who will win, Jero J. Jones, Jos. Luten, II. F. "Whoever ccntrolt Ibe volume of money "Tho Democratic nomination for R. E. CONNELLY & CO., In any country, It absolute matter of all Governor is not on the bargain For Clerk Court of Appeals, Hawkins and B. F. Beckham. A. CONNKLLY, KUNTUOKY, Atldams bas u tolerably certain On motion, the Chairman, Geo. Industry and coramerco Ihe roeroyGarfield. counter iu this State. Nor is It of the going to bo auctioiiod oft to the "All properly It at Dealers la prospect, with Martin close ut his Warren, was added to tbo list of money power." Thos. II. Deofon. highest bidder. It's the best man heels. delegates. Ai a majority of persons know more or DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. For No further business, the Con- Ittt of our money syilttn tlnce 1801, I not boodlo tbo people are going Country I'roduoe of all klndt taktn tn Bay leads, to have." That sentiment deserves will only attempt, In tliea abort imitaHendricks second, aud Gilbert vention adjourned. ' Caah price paid for Hoods. tions, in tht future, tomtwhal a synopsis to bo insctibed over the door of all kinds for KUHS. third. Tbe chances aro iu favor of 12.12.90 of tbe very extensive sublect. the hull iu which tbo Stato Conof Hay on the returns, but if Homo will Howl. Having spoken frequently of Treasury vention is to moot. Browu is the Governor. Bay and Tho New Orleans grsnd Jury has notet, and at I am not making llirto selecSale, Corbett may be sacrificed, &c. learned, iierhapn tome will failed to indict nny ono for tho tions a for tho idea of what Treatury notet Col. Tom OoituErris certain to Here is a chance for Ihe members of tbe have better Altogether, very liltlo is mndo bo Ids own successor. Our Tom Dullding and Lon Auoolation, or Ut any absolutely certain by tbe prima- lynching of the Italians. Iu tbo are, I will tdd, usually, orthey are simply is O. K. one who detlret a fine what are commonly, rudely, called ries, and wo sbull have to await jury's roport they say that ''tho Greenbacks. BM.&.33 Bouts i:i Dwelling Cgstt&ii. the Convention on tho 13th to mngnltudo of tho uuriNlug on the kuow the winners. brlok JOS. SOUM will sell bis Mill of March makes the task Do not punish your chlldrcd with bitter building, consisting of alore room ii feet aUiftil difllcult to fix the guilt upon any nauseoui mixtures when you can get "0. deep, wllh dwelling up Every trust, every inouonolv numuor oi mo pariiclnanta ns tt C. C. Certain Cblll Cure" on a guarantee. Will grind WJ.DNKSDAYt. and SAT- front by 88 feet of 0 finely finished consisting and, probably, every railroad com-- seemed to involve the entire poo Any child will tako It. Sold by C. A. URDAYS. Will exobange Flour and all stain,lending Into a 0 fool hall, wllhrooms, large eaoh klndt of Groceries for Corn, pany In Kentucky is arrayed pie of tho parish. Ami. in view Ilolcombe. puroh on e&sl tide uted for summer kltoli-eFeed tluQ'krpt on hand for ale. against tbe adoptiou of tho now of tlioso considerations, a thorall lhe lalett modern improvemonli, & ii good cittern, &o. constitution, and they will do whut ough investigation of the subject Louisville Post: A great deal On river bank, baok law KIRK, of llryant's Grocery Alto, the ttnall brick, 11 fett front by they can to defeat it. If tho pro- uas lanou io uisciose the neces- of interest is being taken In tho o:l-30 feet, on east tide, whioh has heretofore law Is iudorsod by sary facts to Justify any Indict- noxt session of tho Suprome Lodge, posed organic been used for Umber Shop, and well lullthe people It will cut off many of ments." Knights of Honor, which lliirklen'a Arnlrit Nulve. ed for nn office or small alore of any kind. the special privileges they uow iu Now Orleans, May, 12, '01. Tin Iir.sT 8alv io tho world for Cut., The above described buildings art situThe jury returned Indictments enjoy and preveut them from se- against six of tho Jurymen that Kentucky usually souds a strong Ilriilws, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Itliemn. Kever ated on Clinton street, between Fanners Sores, curing others they wish aud hopo ucquitted the Italians, tbolr law- delegation, but this year sbo has Corns, Tetter,nilChtppel Handt, Chilblains, and Merobantt' National iiank and tho and Skin Eruptions, and Odd Fellows Hall. For terms and further for. It will oompol them to pay yer Adams, and tho Dotectivo, excelled horsolf. Having 7,400 cures files, or no pay required. It Information apply lo inoir taxos as miriy as trie oruiuary O'Mailoy. Boino will hon-- now. moinbers wo aro entltlod to throo is guaranteed (ogive perfect satisfnetion, II. S. MUItltKhb, citizen has to pay his. Hickman, Ky. and further proceeding will bo roprosontnti ves, and tho last Grand or money refunded. I'rlie 25 cenU per 8:27.2m box. For sale by C. A. Ilolcombe, t. Hon. John W. Lodge oxcitiugly interesting. Tiik Democratic Stato CommitCowgill, who is Mayor of Hickman, rjickman HJarble Works, tee recommend that candidates bo Ky nnd a prominent merchant: Uh IiiilorMemeiit. Quarautood Curs fcr La nominated for Stato Senators and oloctod Hon. Wm. II. Yost, Jr., of HICKMAN, KY, Bepresoutatives, and that the priTho in tho face Frnnkrort, Ky., n mombor or tho We authorize our advertised druggist 0 maries, or conventions, bo held of column nftor column of hyper- Superior Court bonch, and return-oi- l tell you Dr Klng't Niw Dlicovcry for B. C. Consumption, not later than Juno 20th. The critical uud technical objections, Hon. Abhor G. Giiruth, M. 0., condition. II fought aud Colds, upon ibis DIAtla IX you are alUlcled with La Pulton county Democrats, iu con- pays this tribute to tho now con- who has boon a represontativo n Grlpiie nd will use this remedy aooordiog Italian and Ameuican Maiuili pro- stitution: vention, approvo tills, favor numbor of yoarH. Col, John II. to directions, giving It a fair trial, aud MONU.MKNTO, TOMII AND OftAVK duct primaries, and uak that HickSTONES. "In no Instrument, certainly, bat oil Hancock, City Trenflitror, Is now a experience no benefit, you may return lhe In slock, a fine lot or man nnd Graves counties cooper-nto- . that we deem eatentlal lo Ihe ttcijit liber-l- mombor of tho Suprome Lodge. bottle and have your money refunded. HAVING Italian Marble, lam preIf these counties nnnrovo, been more Jealously guarded ' Ho linn ronrntiAiitod Kontuekv for We inalrn llil.nlf.r lraii. nf the wonderful success of Dr. Discovery pared to nil all orders. Call and examine the uotsinr.lsus will be made, and If it jonlously guards tho truest tho past 'six years. With such during lasleeason'i Klng't NewHave epidemic. heard at work. the people be given the oppor- liberty of tho citizoiiR, minor ob- members looking after nor inter-ost- of no Order from the country promptly cite in which tt fulled, Try It. tunity to vote their choice ut thoir jections, may bo remedied through Kentucky should get what Trial bottles free at 0. A. liolcombe's Drug Mled. GOc. aud respective products. 1.00, the open clauao, may 20 Store Largo slzo oho wanted. De inn era tic naW.TIietlui;. for Hi. ItUkin.n Ouurirr. i.xrr.tt.NAriovAi. Tin: 'iiititr..'t'Y UCK.SIIO.1l. XDoaa'tist, S.K. What to Buy? r fj-- Ire.t. jllll.1 VT. lonillLL, V. frea-l- . IT. C. JOIMIX, fnal.r. c fat I 1 " riu. I t. gffjilia ICKMAIM BaXTK, HICKMAN, uj ui..i I . r- - ..,,, .,.,. -- " BoVcfti Paid Up Jiipit.il $40,000.00,v our otiilicen. i to our Customers CoiiHtoteiit with Ksliibllshed Hanking Pifudplcs. ImIlciL tvo .itrvr elm KENTUCKY. Jjga. U t5. inu.t r.ihornl Aeco.nb'iouatTono Cniit-Pixio- u - pernm-!)ent,crtary- 1 .''' '""" Tako Notice! OallALTZKIt. R.T.TYLBK, J. W. I'OWKLL, II. H. UUEVAUI), A. A. FA W. A. SIU'UIC, J. COWOILIj. DIRBOTOHS. . BMt IS, bl K'JO,-00- 0 rrtpeot-full- jr nrei-olllok-ma- ut n. i $12,-00- 0 If For Bore Kytt, A m JDWtS U4'labUitUliUlJ m m Tl1 M, i tk mm V- - ll ttt tjjfe I COWQILL'3 CT SALVI. Full Stock of FUHNITUUt:, canntsling of - KsJrKor Ncurtlgla and Ithetimatiam, mew-b- er COWOILL'3 V7SA3EL OIL. Bml Boom Setts, Folding Zotmgcs, Tables, JRoclciny Chairs, Centre '?. tub-lanc- e, mr For Pitt ., COWQILL'S PILE OINTJIZNT. Injr-- For Teller and lliogworra, COWOILL'S Cowglll's 5.1 Mat trasses, of DR. aulU-'8C FARIS TSTISS OINTMENT. Worm Byrnp OR PST For Wotmt, 3r.:e3:e.a.x:f. Give us a call before buying. Pleasant 1 a. . Cote-treuu- Attorney at Law, 1 T. DAVIS, rtSFA CTIOS 0 IfA IiA STkRU TUE MOXEY REFUSDXD. ttork. CARPENTER BRO'S, Our prices arc as low as the lowest. .1 C Wo are nlso prepared to do all kinds For Sale by the l'roprielort, I t?'tUc .. see-sa- COWGILL & COWGILL, HicrurAN. lCc.tm!l'-- . vlll,!.. - l ...' j I .7.. 1'IIARMACIHT M, : : Kkntucky. : G. H. ElBlnger, 5iiriVior h X. AMU Books aijd SlalioQery, Hickman, : : : Kesiiioky. BOOKS NOT rt .(. A.net IMl'tlS, MFDICINKS, rwJc&z?y-$- Doaloj in M fad A WINKS I o a a tat a -- "" I 1 . . Vr-- '..".:. I It !'"" at. iu - ---- -- poo-Hardi- n 0AC J. WTIayfieli CATCB, Ere., Open-Ketll- KEIT IN STOCK, S'l YIM.NKIcV. requeri. Slallontry of every v.rlety nd style. isn Alto, agent fur the leading utt-papt- FANCY GOODS 1 HI of Ibt United Bt.lr. U-- J 'OJ rW WtfeWA? fSk fttjMVjW-s- .WSc.1:. v r. .34 JattYf .tL7attC.JttJVttr 1HV t'SZy. LiOUOJia. MIHHCAL USE. SCSI) BIBS, PAINTS, OILS, Great Reduction! Price of Plows greatly rcdnced. FiotniO to-- 0 per Cf ut. lower than lust year. Stock all new, and latWe are tho agents est improved aud have exclusive control, In a large portion of Fulton, Hickman aud Obion counties, of tho celebrated Bissell Chilled Plows. Mr. Bissell wns tho original patentee and maker of the Oliver Plow, while in partnership for ton years with Oliver. Mr. Bissell claims that his plow is moro porfect, with nil his into improvements, than any plow be over made. Largest she breakers, ?8.00; one horse, $3.75. Wo havo cxcluaivo control of tho genuiuo Malta Cultivators, , Harrows, &c. Blount's ''True Blue'' Plows, Moline "Famous," and "No w Departure'' Cultivators, 'Challenge" and "Star" Corn Drills, &o..&Oi Wo buy all our Plows, &c, direct froui the makers, and know they aro genuine, (not bogus imitations); therefore, wo can givo our farmers tbo lowest possible pricos. Groceries, Limo, Cement, Feed for live stook, Field Scods, &c, we will sell as low ns wo can afford. Agents for various factories. Will order any machinery our friends want. Call nnd see what bargains wo can offer you. Bespeotfally, two-liorso ' tV IsKttSuisHvfB llaiKCtt lip b ft S .- PllESCIlU-TION- A SPECIALTY. . I '. H. I 5. BRETAED, "OltD R'rTsTiTAT'T.Tr.l" of all HARDWARE, Keeps a I """ rni-ptrp- self-seekin- g .!? ?-- .', " Splendid Slock klad. of the very el Utl rrakis TINWARE, STOVES, &.,, ""'""""' fi. I "-- .KlMmgVvjh .S !A SM'jsr?! V&M3lhV'OrTlm'CI'Jk ""'is are ouertu ai kj.'L. ih,c, anu mat tae wjyt-vfm- i e i U- '' ttj . toweti lae marasi lo jutuiee. I All gojde gutranleed le is rrprrtcattd Double-Shovels- he I HERTWEGK, 3 EftLTZER or TUB CKLUllltATKU & 4 GO., o MANUt'AGTUrunU) I first-cla- VP&BL I -- -- . fol-an- d Con-lead- 1 1 O.-J- I lirown-Man- ly .Shop-ma- "J. Powell & Bra HICKMAM WAGON, KKISTTTJOJCY. Att'y-Genera- l, gt For Cheap! two-sto- AS A 3TIIAY, by T. 6. living on Ibe Drertburg of Hickman, road, about miles soulh-wet- t Fulton county, Ky., one tied Heifer Yearling, about 3 years old, marked wlthtwtl-lofork and undertpllt In left car, and split In right ear, with a while spot In the fortbead, and while I all. No other marks or brands perceivable and appralttd at the value of Four Dollars, on tbe oaths of M. II. Langford and W. K. Klnley, (liven under mr hand ibis 21th day of Mareb, 1891. JOSHUA NAYLOIl, TAKEN Stray Notice. Ul ft FXTRNITURE. FUKNITUKE, & w STEPHENS TILER DEALEHH IN iil7-4- 1 J. F. 0. C. eon-vone- s poil-live- 1 Drug-fli- Courter-Journ- KAMAGE, y s A dark stallion, p ytort old tbli spring, It full 10 bands high, and partakes largely nf tho symmetry of form, stylo and graceful action of his Celebrated grand sire, I'KDIOUKi:. Hardwood, Jr., by be by Illaokwood, Jr; he br Old KUckwood. First dam out of Allldt; the by Wilbtrt' Old Alraont; first dam Forrest. Hardwood Jr's dam was by a beautiful brown saddle mare, full 10 hands blgh. The finest trotting strain or blood courses bis veins of any horse In America. All know, who are ((miliar with the Turf lleglsler, or the performances of Ihe celebrated trolteri of Ihe country, that there havt been more purses won, and hones told for high prices of Ihlt strain of blood, than anr other. Hardwood, sire of Hardwood, Jr., sold for f 0,000; Illaokwood, his grand sire, sold, when quite an old horse, for $7,000. Has proven hluiislf a fine breeder. Hardwood, Jr , will stand litis season at my liable, 3 inllet norlbwett of Jordan, Ky., sod alls -- .tuf V, h, Al.a.ndcr, Br's, at Ihe reduced price of $10 lo Iniute foal; money due when Ibe fact la ascertained or properly cbauges hands. Will not no responsible lor accident. hi F. L. CAKTEU. Hard-wood; n 1 HAltDWOOD, Jll. brown Furai tore and Undertaker's Goo3s, We art offering all fradea of Plain, Medium nnd Finn Furniture at greatly reduced prleea. TVe tarry a full lino ai all times nf chairs, flookorti, Tabloi, Buroous, Washalontla, Wordrobos, Chnmbor Soto, ftlattrosooa, Springs, Eto ,and we guarantee "cur prices to bo the lowest, Ulveut atrial and bo convinced. aT"W t are heulqutrtora on UndortQkors' Q jorfs aid discount all oompotltlon In tblt line. Wt oarrv a Urge Itne of Wooden and Mutalllc llur.iU C'otei. XrU(iUrlng and Job Work a spjclally. THE OLD RELIABLE. OI-IA-S. A. HOLCOMBE, Dealer iu PAINTS AHD DYE-STDFP- 3, DROGiUEDICIK, HICKMAN, KY. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. r)'i Jt'Jjj: I t'" jMm iiMBMii n - ".y ,.,... '&ktigtoi2 1 gmmi'm Jjft it , SlW.MatMSatKMaWI w.1tJtTjryiaw pBL "IJS mrmnm mmm&sam mmm IQMIfflnHiMHBSBIRBffiSP" C11j WW KBvnninMnviariMiBiiiiHPHiiinHiHnrrmniiiuai'MiiH r ,: fpii()i)jMftiT!iaai3KiaiiiwieBiwwniwiMi"--,v"'T''"'- ' a4M fir '3fcfa. areata I,,., n,,,,,, " """ jmmbj.- ;rf"s.wj lOBfMW -- ' : " - ., " a,5. MBriMja 1WORLD1 FAIR! si lUUMIXMtLim a I m w mini nwww in Our Patrons, who like to have, and will have, the latest in everything, cannot fail to be gratified when they visit our counters, on which are displayed the superb assortment of - ? w Stock is as full nnd It it road Time Tabic. 1 1 1 iKEjavOpened "0" jlTo:e TtLat complete as the CW can make it, and we cheerfully invite inspection for comparison with competitors, and will Xji07V JF3E.3COESJS J.JSTJD PAIR DEALjIKTO. j3 rm We Iht0rlr. UICC'OlllTIC.N .n CKA i59 caaB3Ba - J-ms- t p is kbhi asilxiTDitioix Eh rflttWi yOO QL3a I i"- -Our welcome purchasers with j.' jgfe, M tut I?1 Bgi US f HOBITA, to bo iirosontctl nt Oily Hull, tonllit, Is n lonilln N., 0. &8tTli. H. II. coinlo oiith, ntiu full or koou " I LKkVKUl AHRtVKXi slu and good humor throughout. Ti.U N'u 31, linlr. a Train Nh, SI, lita r. m, TliO Q. Q. Club Is composed of .No. H, II.UO r. m I Ti.U !W. M, a. k Trl 1J iinHt voniiL' iioonlo of Union Tit road in akea oloee conuretlon villi the t.SiS at MeKeasle going unrlh, and City, and in liicfr laudnblo eflort with lb .V. N. fc M. V. t I'educab June-llo- u should bo encouraged by tho best (olag no rlli nJ llie Netibern accoui peoplo. Not only the leguln? play tin ltliti going Miulh nnliur iicniiln. lint all who lovo good musloiiuil have n lender part JNJ3WS. iu thelriifTtictioiia for thocoufeden -- uta dfiut. should uttcnil, for wo atv Mr. Will T. lUiniijro, of Moui-ili- insured by tho character of this ItAt. nnll m. uniMour 'J o In till butj llf wo re loo prone to noma llilnn, (bit tppar niuall lo u ,h,u, w,"n w stlentlon Ucalltil w c recognlie tbe -- Smit:?, tIIisoi? 9 ?o. Wc ore selling moro ClotHng this Spring tltnn ever before. Ucason why? Uccausn our Clotliing is in every resect, nnd riccsMaitV-arright. Well made; incrcliant tailors couldn't do better. Ptrfcct in fit; your measure had been taken, and your suit made to order, you could not get n better fit than wo can put on you. We arc showing all styles Sacks, Frocks, Cutaways, Princo Alberto, Ac., in nil grades, and at extremely low prices. Wc alw) show n largo line of Hoys and Childicn's Suits and Pants. Also, Children's Waists and Knee Pants. Look nt our lino of Suit before buying. ftrft-class c Jb1 '- - -- ED CASjEj : : LOCAL in In tho ell v. o 5o v jjooil .vnril-wltlDomestic SMITH, lil.UHON & CO. KM. day night. i.ifUcli ul (lie Uliilatmn church Knlurtliiy night, Suutluy it ml Hun J. 0. Tally, of I'ailncnli, Ala., Kldor It. 8. Fleming la nttcnil-Iii- r tlio Southern Ilnptlat Cornell-tiou- , which meets in Dlrinlngbnuj, to-ilu- nnpiily of Fishing Tuok-IcI'olca, iVo., nt I). Ii. Wilhon & Co'h. A full , Tho Aliilmma rudu call, Tuiiiu'nhco mill nillroiul Ifl tin to bullillug from lltititinploii iu Mlliui ami Tronloti to llutita-vlllc- , iroRioctliig Aln. Klogniit Lino of Itlnck Orctin-tllfllBmitii, Ki.lihon & (Jo. n Contrary to general oxpocta-liottio (itrlkcrn nil over tho coun. try nro tlxlng up inuttora with their liosrtrn and Koing to work ugnln. Thin la soiiaible. Oood board nnd lodging nt tho IllckniiUi Houno ut ?:t u week. Trnusleiita l u dny; '2Tt conts a tiit'iil. Mtiils served ut any hour of the d.iy. 5:6 lit Tho proposition to lusno wutcr workH bonds by Uulon City, carried by 318 for to 80 ngulitnt. TIiIh Insures tho completion of tho works. 0c uet brands Calico.& Smith, Klmuon Co. Mr. Thou. K. Dodge, late of Clinton and Columbus, u popular Kciittuinuu and of extensive no tiidiitnucc, lias been otiiployod iia n HitlcMiiiiiu in tlio house of Smith, $90,-(H- 0 FIELD THRESHERS, to that effect adopted, and pnrtv Ctaf If the afternoon of the day propnatd, or t organization thereafter will bo so In tlio SXurlcot For Salo nt tonit o her dar, be choneu, the istrchaiilt conducted. no J tibt would olott their ttortt. Ilitit Complete lino of tho belfitig Inward the plrature of the Oceaj,alf holldaj, at well STHOLSK,(- JIIW.S' r nian l) making t See our aacijle Machines opposite Smllb, Ellison & Co't ttore. A. E. Cbappelt and ibe dea.red rteuli, tit. lie FITTIXU ATM' Sl'JtiSG II. P. Jobnroo irill be pleated lo thotr jou Ibe norklng of there Macli'met, gite yon dceertiion of lie gratei. Let ut lake CLOTUJXa nt Satisfaction guaranteed with etcry salo. price, nnd icuwer nil qtasllois. otL acieu In lha lUJltor at once. XX Prices as low ii the best can be sold. JI.vi.tzkk & Shaw. Hogs, Sheep and Cattle, and sell yon all kinds of merWill nlo bar your Corn, Capt. Ilcese, n goxciuiueiit A Liro Unvoa. chandise at prices that defy competition. Cull and sec us before purchutlog. engineer, Tuesday morning lust, Tkit l ll.e trrillrt of hundrrde, who Ik G. S. started from Hickman on u i hit Irtleii down in hrtllh, appetite fooe vsra survey of the iropor-eltt ti.lv mh.I lhrlfiHl nertlnll Bm ex feel .it lor builn'M fij T loteo from lliukiiuin to the high- ban- .d and unlit living. Put andCJH battle life noi rj i hinds of Lake county, Tetiii. This al l.,nn t wrthT..i,ln 1 I, ill k. r.lorl l."i (o W survey Is being mnila under an ap- pt i l.f 4llh. luoial on hating ll and lake poprlittioti by CougresH to mi. cur. I'aeh bottle it liararittt-- j Kllisou Co. L lul lil it elaluioJ for ll or moiuv j tain tho practicability of the losee, irjfd. Manufactured br Ioiod tho of ! , New ri.OO Kuibrolilorctl Dress out quantityriver water that passes ir' eii.ieal CoV.. JaoV onillle, r'latheanddepot of tho through tho Keel- i rk X. Itoocs. Tint u u lUtrgnin, Wtficrn wholetale Smith, Klmso.s & Co. loot iiiiuo sociion, tlio land acre- I'' ah. Kv . Iit all order tbould he ' ,ngo to bo reclaimed, mid the effect il eted. f'or tale bj Cowgtll & Cow jlil. IVankfort Cnpital: fioveruor of miltl loveo an to tho impiovcRoel-ke- r and. Chilled ltuckiier iHoudenvoriug toHrraugo meiit of tho navigation of tho Tim Fulton County Teachers' for tho ttnxaillng of tho monument Mississippi. Incidentally, he is t)Ciatien convenea at Fulton, Kj., tbe ImSteel Our Stock is complete iu all lines, and wc respectfully invite the Public to call ami judge to Luko P. Itliukburn also collecting facts ns to the Miss- Ii ii "aturdajr in .Ma;. The programme it iltiring tho moetlug of tho Grmid issippi Loveo Compnny, its char- at Mlown; for themselves as to Quality, Price, Ac. Our I. tnaiurc Iu the Tubllc School 8. L. Coiuiuandcry or Knights Templar ter privileges, ubility lo build, &c. Rjtiihar May 27. in this city, and Supply Seeds Ilia report is to bo made to the Tke Word Method Prof. Ino. Baundert. Hhai Oan be Done to Inlerttt the t'eo. Ladies will always And n com- Mlmtlsnlppi Kiver Commission, illlll plete lino of Huttcrick's TattoniB through tho Commission to tho P'' '"pilar Education J. a Ward. -eu ir.Pu.,..-.- -. next Congress, with the .? iu atock at ' m, appropriation This levee will! D. K. Wtuos & Go's. ...1. "White Goods, Gloves, Uitltlinlcly 1)0 built, It is bOUtlll tO Tho project for the establish bo built, Ulltl the liexl Congress Tbnmat. Compound Xiunliert l'rof. Mine. mutit of a lino of steamers to ply may givo help: but It may bo many w, ll. Cook. dbor R'" Arithmetic between Memphis and tho numor-otiKentucky llltloryW. A. (loodwin. nfT vnt MMaBUUIMMHKUiMMMMrJMMiMMHMaiM Thj Adoption of Text ports of South Auieriaals ono ,U"UI Lime, Cement, Salt, Hay, Hrau, bj "e Aitoeiatiun Financial men trannct their bualncts on business principles. fraught with luestiinalile value to Ladies, Misses and Children's OXFOKD TIES and SHOES, from the cheapest to the finest Why make an exception tn placing jour Life Inturance? Custom-mad- e nil of the valley of tho Mississippi &C,, WO keoil constantly on hand, Thee who attended liie meeting of the Goods. GENTS FURNISHING GOODS Hats, Caps, Tics, Hand i iii AVhy pay $100 then you can purch.ie at good luenranee for J50? muiii ji vw river, If It can be put into practical nt lowrst priccH. V ll in ibo kcrctiicfs, Ac, and a large book of HEADY-MADour worthy CLOTHING, . the In one of the strongest and best companies In tbe world. l:ll-t- f 8.MIT1I, Fl.LlHON & Co. 1 operation, and thoae who attend, (bat all ibe In other wordr, it it not a part of wiadom to secure $10,000 In the Mutual Latest Cut and Lowest Price. A good quajity of mttl tltm al Kul Fund Life Atiocklioa for the same cost that you hate la nay in other comnauita --Tho Q. Q. Club, of Union City. !"etM,,V!.,f!;ElJr llavo your Htiggies and Car for f 5,000? riiiges painted by John Daiiuer. will present tho oporn Koslta, nt ctMV.tr Bound ita the Pocks of Gibraltar. tho City Hall, in lllckmnn, this . All work guaranteed. Shop with bare as uaternmtnt bonds. I. F. Orny. Quality of work not evening, (Friday). Tho Q. Q. Club l'lalu contracts i3llcies incontestable. Sooi t ..u. ' is nn amateur thosplan company, NonforfeitabIe no restriction as to redidenee or travel. to bo excelled. G:Mf always on hand and at prices to suit the times. DlvUIeuils after tin years. composed exclusively of llio home Good Inoka are mora limn akin deep Tho tlrst of May striken In Cash rMue or paid up lnuraneo aflr fifleon yinrs, pCOpIo ntlll best talent of depending upon a liealiiy ronilitiun uf all You know in advance what you aro lo pay, and when It becomes due. Mouldings, Kuropo resulted in soveral serious yotlllg City. Tho prooOOlU will ih ejial organs If tho Liter temaetltc;, Sas7t, Oils, '?., Uulon ' .( iniriy uays grace alloiveil rur payment ot premiurrs. riots, and many lives wore lost in bo used In No Interest charged whether premiums arc paid ctcry sixty days or semi annually. , haying some mud. i. jiiV.ja ,"a7"T.7.'' tho conflicts between tho strikers needed ropuirstit as cheap as any retail house can sell them. ' - a There Is no lineilinnit In Life Insurance. Confederate (r jour Kidneya be affected you hat,mid tho military. There were Mo- CCIUOtery. Cut off luvrttuiciil fvulures und ll rt.Jui.ea Cost to TilO ptirpOSO Shotllil Pincbed Secure tool health and A -syvers'. Scrco fights in Holdout mid tea Life insurance it iolcndcd at n protection. Goods bought of us will bo DELIVERED FREE to any part of the city! enlist tllO SVtUliatllV of nil Oltr ou will hate good lookt. Electric tlitleM Then you want Ihlt protection at as little rout contittent wiiti safely. France, In which tho workingmen people, ami Uelgllborly COUrtCSV' ';"' reatalleralltanl Tonlo aoia .lirro. Keep tlio dltfeiriice betweou our rates aud the rales churned by other companies got tho worst of It. shoul.l further Invito n largo nt fvi ve ."""" under your own control. snjt 10 and ' a a pvuu Huck UnoH' is tho place, to go tendance, whilst wo aro sissuietl pleiion. Hold at 0. A, ItoUombe'i Urug to hnvo your cyos tested and lilted by competent clitics thai the put tore, 60o. per bottle. to Spectacles of all kinds. S:l!2 formauco is iu ovcry way well Tho falluro of tho Now Or- worthy of n liborul patronage. OR 25 Alii 43 513 80 517 2 SPRING MILLINERY! Tickets for salo ut Swayuo's drug 13 WJ " 2tt 44 17 53 leans grand jury to return s storo. " 27 13 02 " 45 17 91 While all nature la rejoicing In was unfortunate. Sonio " " It) 2S .... IIM IS 4S body was kilted, and somebody Our Kinbrolderles jnat nr tho return of Spring, tho hearts of " '.''J " r. H 10 did It. If imiieliiieuts mil follow- rived from Ano Jor, nro lieantfWrKvromeii should bo gladdened by .,.; 4R 3o.r. 1122 Millinery Novelties I W. DIESTELBIUjNK. New Advertisements, 41) ' ed, nnd all tho parties acquitted fill, nnd the exquisitely Embroider-- ) the good nows that Spring lints " 31 ; 11 31 20 415 Mistf Moi.ue Judok respect" 32 : " CO t!t 30 11 40 by a trial Jury, tlio country could ed, full length Swiss and Mull l'at- - Imvo como too; nnd in such LM 40 r. " ai.... SI fully announces to tho Indies, mid ii ci have foil that the law mid not tho dial we show in nil Hlaek,' tlful variety und quality as to al- CU.lKaM'V .ttlUlt, , " 31 " 25 OS 14 70 -' Fancy Sltatles worked in liliiuk.. moat uewuiior one, 'liioro nro tho export butcher, formerly with tho public gouorally, that sho has NO apace lo name all artlclea, but no mob was iu rcspoct. ; 3.". " 27 53 ii oi trouble to abow goodt. couchitlod to continue iu tho new aud striking designs In the loveliest of whito, ' ' 30 18 15 12 64 30 Come and see, at Rogers, now has chargo of Jfo Pure nsAll. Linen Towels, midoxcoliott olsewiiero. can not many Inisluoss, anil Is now leciuv-in- and Moscow Arouue.the corner of Troy tioilueed for tho til si limo thitt J. W.Moat Department ut M. Is. 32 40 " 37 " 65 bo 15 30 U.r)xjr Inches, fast Hlckmrn, Ky big an this paper. it noil solouted stock of now " 60 41 68 " 33 15 51 DaltzCu & Shaw. season. Flowers, which huvo tho .1 lilif Jlargnin, Shaw's Mammoth Grocery House, mid lioautiful Spiiug Goods, conSO 00 " 3'J " 67 16 78 taken such a linn hold, still ictalti where ho will bo pleasod to servo Ftrnt.t.CKKT 80 18 " 40 " 58 10 20 Smith, F.lm.hon & Co. Alliance, and corn created the t'rroeri' their supremacy as tho leading sisting of tho latest stylo of Hats, You corn next fall will 41 4(5 " 41 " 69 10 50 Trimmings, mid all tho latest A oyelouo pasHod through tho kill ll. rmruitu.ro on hats: nnd, so well has his oldwfriends mid customers. 43 C8 ' 42 " 00 10 tO G:S4 fv ii .v a Novelties iu tho Mlllinary line. thinly sottlod portion of Faducah It will bo nu exceedingly cold liaturo vied with nrt in this parMotho-din- t will be marked down These Hoods Saturday afternoon. Tho autumn when any Kansas, Iowa ticular, ono only misses the S8.00 Per 'buusand first cont, which carries you from 3 to 5 mouths. to beliovo they aro real. church and n number of or Illinois farmer get moro thnu bachelor or widowers preferred. For to the lowest possible prices, and respectfully nsks nil to call mid nouses wero demolished, nnd 35 or 40 cents it bushel for his corn Stiroly no lady who has mi oyo for Darllculare, addrrtt $200,000,000 of Iterance In force. MldS I.KUA LRinil, oxamiuo, und buy. Tho nnd othor wires wero blown iu St. Louis or Chicago. Tho 70 tho beautiful, can, or will, forego JCocpH tlio JIUHt and MISS KANNIi: MOOKU. le.ll. i.- P11 to tho ground. Thoro wore but cont price Is generally reserved tho pleasure of n NEW HAT, HATS OF FORMER STOCK, AHHot'tniont or 810,000,000 Klkton, Todd county, Ky. thrco porsous injured, nnd they for tho pootiu mouth of May, when when bIio sees In what nlluilug 83,000,000 '" rceerte for protection of policy holders. eoino of which aro beautiful patnot seriously. Old Hutch speculators uro light- devices they como. Ribbons aro Notice to Teachers. terns, rich mid costly furnishings, Traneactti bmlpcs InMhe United Stales and Foreign countriet. iu the lead us trimming, und Tho Fulton county Kopublicau ing in ami out of u corner, lty, still iu all the now and Ucfore buyitif inturance with promise held out of largo returns hereby gtten ihat plain and neat, will bo rj.' beautiful of Notloe la of Hickman Collego the Hoard and como io rotuui 8ee what we bate lo sell you, Trustee will meet sold at cost, to close out. convention mot at tho Court uiai time mo itirmer nas soiti ma similes. Great care has boon taken I1T IIouho, Wednesday. Mr. John F. surplus or burnt it for winter fuel. in tho solootiou of my goods, mid Monday etening, May 2Slli, lo'Jl, for the purpose of eeleotlng teacher for tho St. Louis Republic. Hall, of Fulton was elected chairevery effort itiiido tosccuio for nclioiil ytnr begiutilng next S'plember. I OIVM U1.U anyV part of tho City MUTUAL RESERVE FUND LIFE ASSOCIATION, man, mid Mr. IL 0. Ueckuuiu, of Henrietta Cloth, In nil my custoiuors tho latest and most l'artlc to make application will Goodt delivered to A piod bugxy nnil work home for aale. Hickman, sco'y, rr. Handles, and shades. Sold at L'.ic everywhere. do In Ihoae huvltig E. 15. IIAKl'ER, Prcs't, 3S I'aik Kow, New York. correct I'tiris stylos. My patterns Jirttnotliut writing. None but considered. I). K. WILSON. 3 certiQcatet will be W. John F. Hall, of Fiilton.und J. Smith, Ellison & Co. nro models of exquisite tnsto mid W cowaiLi, J. Owsley, col., of Hloluimn, were beauty. Novor before has nrt, in Attest, Chu'n Trunli'd. Lomona In Mudlolno. elootod ilelogates to the alnto II. V. O'Pasisl, Sco'y. 0 of skillful artists, shown Button's Raven Gloss I Blacksmith and Undertaker i;erontj kiiuwa Iciiuma are not onlr the hands nnd tho Dologates nciit grateful in tlekiiett but aro upeclelly hen Btiuh Ingenuity as the Millinery of A great ninny ladies nro prejuSALE AND LIVERY STABLE uuinstruotod. Hoping my Hickman College Trus- diced against the use uf felioo poltflolal Iu hlllotii troublra, feeern, ele. The the piusuut season. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Lvtnoii Cheuilcil Co, of Jacktontllle, l'la , endeavor to furnish my customers -FACTS FOR TUB PEOPLE. And Ret your Ulacktmltliliig and getifrol ish, becauso of tho inferior stulV Wtees' Election. Uraon Chill Tonlo Ii nura KsnraUy Into undo a happy hit In combining ilia with tho most fashionable goods, ltcpalrmu done at IVK MU A TIUAL hlicn you want that la being palmed oil' on thutu, propertleaof tho lemon iu their ut tho vory lowest prices, will still Notice it horeby giteu to all legally used, It more tvntiit to Uko mil more FAllIS & PAIIKEK, lllackamilhini- - done, or epaira oi causing the leather to harden, T white cerlnln lo euro Ihsn nny clilll lonlo on tho inatolcie chill tonlo aud tbelr lemon liter merit their kind patronage. A quulllied No, 10, volere In Common Sobool scale or crack. "Ravon Gloss" is Wagons, &c. tlurtcHiioelng n tpeclally innrliet. Tho propritiorn mlliorlio llio pllle and while pleatcnt to lake nro the KENTUCKY BTIIBKT Dittrlct t'ullou county, Ky that 1 nlito keep a full line of cordial invitation Is extend- an election will bo held between the , utual the result of sciuutillu study, mid ro Iheir most imrae (irou, wIidhocoli oillo lo tlii ifiirtlcle, tuiettln acliiin. Hundred byteallfy lo onion ed to till to call and seo for them- hour, on Wednesday, Juue .Ird, 18'J1, in ( 0rHr c Obion anJ Exehangt Stmt!,) KEl'8 oonilanlty on haud for hire Miiiufaotured tb I, merit. bat lo do Undortakor'o Qoodc, In iiinranleo imparts n new and Iluxlblo lluish, aud Bale ',, f ,, selves tho many neaiiiiful iud ..'. i!.: '.'!'- I'lieiuloil Co. JaolKntUle, Y.t HICKMAN, ol.;.nr.l fr It 61 ritr.aJ the wsn-- y Ky, fur the which neither smuts or rubs ofl', Common, lloauwood, nnd Solid lllnck We morn wlmlutalu HOUSES. CUaaiES and HACKS. of electing throe Tr'ualeea to terte of (lie reckoning ituirjoiilind lo (Ire Xew York, X. Y. Colli n a and CaHe, which can bo filled articles that I have not (lood Workatitock.bottom Trices. My preserving tnuiuaiiiui. It pteJtimt lo luko depol I'adnrah, Ky ., w hero all ordert ahotjld tractive olillil, lids for the term of three yean from July " notice, and at reaaonablo Hating purchased the slablr, horsrs nuillo. jour nick time mid spaco to mention. adapted to ladies' tltio kid tip o'i short me 60o a lb lime Ul, 18'Jl. J. w. uoiau.u mid eutire o'Utlt of Vf. II l'lumtner lint Iber look with pUaiura lo Cowglll & bo the regular I'ricaalia midbotllo ns large the Respectfully, price. (Ilto $1 atvry bottle taTMllA. IIOIIK a tpeclaltr.-V- a at boots. Try It. F'or salo by For ilu If Allvtl, Cbtu'u Trutteet. UuJ for snnibor JoC We In ulltlfifin lor Shop near the Jail. . (Uiiaatcctl. For salo by Cuwgllt Cuwglll. ADDIE L. JONES. U. F. O'Da.niki , Sco'y. 6, i aw Ji'-'JOHN I'. OHAY. ii.rpatrouiv..iw-' llm tulllutlH. T. T. SWAY.NB. Cawjilll. soticti Hc-Hwell-known lru()t try i.rt of r, ppolntrd In 11,1 bullfnl print m i, In "bleli to r ilia dlflerent cvoielerln and placet f of our beloted dead, and iliow our reiprcl and remembranee of iberu bj dto. rairn w lib lluwere. Club, that oven tho strident so- ortloK their fbe a mors bvaullfut Could I cunlom? ciety people wilt not bo fltTendod, llow cftenlitre tbe loved forine wire laid tinea but tho performance will bo picas- In llirir narrow ebatnbere liae we lug and ugroeablo to nil. llijujhl of tbrm nnd Mithiil (bat tbojr were the bciutlful Hon ere Try ii bng of "Crown Jo well" at we here to enjoy and feel thai were Ihej tnjoj Ihriii, CofTeo Cnudamalii mid Java mixlit with tin wc would tpire no palm to (jiu them alt the attention a loving bcrt ed 3 lbs for ei.Ol). ut coull otter; and jri, If we art? not careful, F. L Oahi:'s. we fail, apparently, lo appreotale I tie laet Tho Democratic county con that, allho'iih (her are nut with ut, tbelr vention, Saturday, was well ut- lait reillnit place Iu IbU world It within - ei, and that we roar thow oar ro tpuded. Iinrinniilniis. nrdnrlv. mill Ibem, ae ",,,a honor otirtel.e., satlsfuntnri-- . In nil.- Kuril enndl. I'T d'eoratii( had friends but the vo . and bi.unf.,1 Cif't. tbclr R rares with CuJ' date rniiiit- lintnrr fair nun .... .... linw. It'll ll It no Intentional oecleeL The .. "W..W nnil nil "? cd respectfully to tho verdict of wruer tpekt from experleneu when he lite majority. There were bctweeu ar ilini ii pfop't? who are es klad to the 150 and "00 democrats present, llrlliK OUi b.) (orcrtful of the dead. Tho writrr would nutl wero thoroughly representa- that adaj bt rnpeclfuHjr propttt llil: el apart, (ar about b tive men, being of tho best citizuus, .'ad dy of Mav) on which wa will to the rarlout cemrlerlea and decofrom the different parts of the county, mid no doubt by their rate at belt a can, all Ibe prJVfa llierv, ,i ut tea that not a" tingle votes truthfully rollected the II t'0.L! ehnli'o of their neighborhoods thon'l itrenrglectrl iu wi' ttlcji. There nniliing f ifilineM Wo Iikvo nover heard ono word ofl n ,t,r grate tber. The ooeupante of i dlBBatisfiictiou us to the proceed leu hate no IitIdu i In ihle lugs qr the result. Tho ooutlineut llr.lt r la renirinhcr tbeni with an otferlni;, of the convention was unanimous let u look afttr Iheni, and lo Ihlt eud a as to preferring precinct primaries eommiltee should be injioloicl, allow that oft'iini, ar-- tjuinl fty of flower resolution frienja mar cbaote 10 put upon purlicular lo mass conventions, 1 1 ofmn wonJor uJ ll i tlm cuitom lii Dili country lo -. (rr lUltlli ibo.iie.l ll. r of trtmm Imrorinncf, i our forfifulim. ru,!i rnaii.rs. "SQUME DEAL" . Jr, em Kentucky wTWtnMaj.. Charge.-gS YIQr re-l- rt iv Hickman, : : : atf Goods Deli vercT Free of SUMMER CLOTHING. Wc aro fallowing a large variety of Coats and Vests for Summer wear pacas, Mohair. Cuihmores, Flannels, &c, for Men and Hoys. Al- - ' Attention, Farmers I MtAJejlA t- - T"H ."' ., ir Wc nre headquarters for Footwear. Our $2.00 Ladies Dongolu Button is n beauty. Equal to any S'2.50 Slioc hliown elbcwhcrc. Wc have them all sizes, D and E width, Common Sense and Opera lasto. Try than. A very large stock of Latlies, Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers, from the cheapest to tho finest. We can certainly please in Shoes. ieeJyy"f TlaEllPhv JfnJ "tJrw 4lT? i D 1 3ahk3B73a7Su)arLT!E3 A st 1&gicl'& T-y ii'i hj Gaiter. our Men's 2.00 "Shamrock" Shoe. All Calf. Warranted. Lace and We carry a very lull line oi Men and jtoys' Shoes of all grades. and Boys' iSJlDLOOSJStoOli. - Irlr-nd- lu, OTJL.E Is now full in every department, and wc arc oflering mauy grand bargains which must be seen to bo appreciated. Wc extend a hearty invitation to all to como and examine the magnificent Stock of Goods wc have on display this Spring. DEERING BINDERS AND MOWERS, BINDER-TWIN- E AND SPRiNG-- 2 l - I'Kll-PKV- I Smith?, EJIiisoi? 9 ?o. SFRXETG AjTD STJMMER HICKMAN AND CAYCB, KY. rocou-noitorlud ,SbW I E. W. JOHNSON. - - 1 1, - rU-- ATTENTION, FARMERS I d -- - I A - 11 IfS Great Eeduction in Prices cx-do- ! -- .,. Fis Brsg Goods and Mrnmmm Avery and Plows, Plows, and other Farm plements, at reduced prices. Fresh A Large of Farm Oliver sai a I c I Laces, Embroideries, Hosiery, Parasols and Fans, are the very latest. E Business Propositions I Uookt-Uitc- uued aw i t, M.ipenn-tenden- l, llo-aer- te FAMILY GROCERIES, Blinds, Doors, Paints, c, It lk. one-hal- I ",.",', f v TF. J. AMBERG'S SONS. Indict-inont- m Kates per $11,000 Aafltailly: rSttw I beau-teni- a Family Groceries. Forget WCS'" SXJ ' ""I a! 61- Mil-Unar- y 1 g 70-crt. Don't It ! I'm-gnni- vTolu. telo-grap- h Wittliff TUIALI 1 GROCERIES A. P. OLIVER, JF'ojr 27-- if Sale EIC3SMA1TI eon-volitio- P. E. CASE, Ag't, Hiolsman, Kjr. fi STOP! J. F. GSAT'S, '! pur-pot- e Val-n- K I I nddrt-a-ed- . ui-ai- i O uiay-5-- . bb . J.H& 'V Makes the Weak Strong atr wrakriiwia tlir r muil follow a reaction of Irian befnrn. but In lh most natural war Hood orrrromes Ihtl llrcl fitting, creates Fariararllla an ppctli. purine lb blood. nd In short, aires (rut txHillr, none, mental and dtfostW slranito. "null's th weili Iron" Ildixs not act Ilk stimulant. lmptlin fictitious slrrinrlh from which rr builds op T7ln "hlch Hood's 8rpr111 of hetllh, mu or f mil ronl Hl Ull moJItlna In down 11.. ' H r ' ih,.-S-- lYPKOFCIIlllsT. Solomon Iho Queen of Christianity's Quidt nrul Shcba skened claim Morei Spire Xenleil In tti MHiiklml-Nerin- on Ipy Mill lalnlng, I. P. l.T lUr ' ,,r The. subject of Dr. Tnpc's discourse, on Similar was "Hiisrlnim nlxl Miod," ami his tcxt.lt. iironlclcs ix, great almndario; neither 0; "Of wn there any Mtch spice s the Queen of Sheba pave Klnff Molomd-What Is thnt builUlnR sul yomicr. Rllttcrlnff In tho Mm? llivc you not hennl? It Is tho Housed the Forest of Lebanon. Klnrf Solomiti has just tnlccn to It his bride, the Princess of HlsirforH. rrepared onlj llpypt. You sen tho pillars of the portiPoldbrlldrolH. , Lowell. C. I. HOOD A CO br co, nnd a great tower, nJorned with 1,000 shields of gold lmngoiitlic outside 100 Doses One Dollar of the tower S00 of the sli W of Bold manufactured at Solommi'i onlor, MX) were captured by David, I s father, In battle. Sec how they blatr m the noonday sun! Solomon goes up tho Ivorr stairs of 95 lis throne, between twelve lll,ns ,u ftatuary, and sits down on t! back tho golden bull, tho head of the bronie beast turned toward tIioipIe. Tlic family and attendants of the kinB are so many that tho caterers cl the place " I have been ill for have to provide every daj nhccp Hemorrhage " about five years, nnd thirteen oxen, besides Oie birds "have had the best nnd tho venison. I hear the itamping Five Years, "medical advice, and pawing of 4,000 fine s lit th Sarsaparilia M. Hood's German Syrup ForThroat and Lungs 1 ho-v- 4 ere ''" There " dose in some doubt. This result-"cdi- n portant ofileials who had charge the a few hours easy sleep. There of tho work of gathcr.og.torsos. straw nnd tho barley for tlietf was no further hemorrhage till next King traearly "day, when I had a slight attack ditionSolomon was an to take I ride out says, and utcd " which stopped almost immediate-"ly- . . .1 1. ..!. ..! ...lit. In l xvlilti. By ttic third day nil trace of apparel, Whlml the nf ' blood had disappeared and I had all the realm, nnciyouomu uj- - im.ii.in-."recovered much strength. The nrchcrs In purflc as tho cavalcade "fourth day I sat up in bed and ate dashed through the streets of .lerusa- "my dinner, the first solid food for lem. 1 sujwO'm! It as Minethlng worth "two months. Since that time I ecttlnir rut nt 5 o'clock ia tlio morning "and I took the first royal stables. 1 r, 1 i "have gradually gotten better and "am now able to move about the "house. My death was daily cx-- " pected and my recovery has been " a great surprise to my friends and "the doctor. There can be no doubt "about the effect of German Syrup, "as I had an attack just previous to ' ' its use. The only relief was after " the first dose." J.R. Iughubad, Adelaide, Australia. A Brawny Bargee at the Helm, to look nt. bolonioa was not like tome of tho kings of tho present day crowned imbecility. All tho splendor of his palace rind retinue wcro eclipsed by liis intellectual power. Why, he seemed to know cverv thine He was the first Iprcat naUirulht tlio world ever saw. l'cncocki from Intlia strutted tlio ba fialtlc voiles and apes chattered In the trees, nnd deer btalkcJ tlio parks, and thero vcro aquariums, with foreign fish, nnd nvalrics vlth foreign birds; nnd tradition says thec binls were so ToWER'SSlLCKER'lS ALEWEARS month of sickness, and cent a hundred tunes tha ueware CI wortniess inuisuoni, price ct a ererr ranncni iiunpfq with the "TUb. Drand' Trade Mark. Don't accept any Interior con wnen you. can hare the " Fish Brand Slicker" dellTei without extra cost. Particulars and IUastratcd c aloeue tree. it i ralnirg la lorrtnu. He knoi tha value ol a'Tiih Brand hcker." of to! It it lilt .!.!- - tniclt ......drtu. tsd to him t.Tl . 1111 ,w. .u.. QTKWrTS, !UI,f llMt, IEH, l.l. ..in. ,.iu Ton tales br the boor of iimpi lutirg dajr and citht when that "Slicker" nude tip the whole diiftrtno txtcn comfort and rauerrl and all (or from fc'.l s mere triSe for Yourself wetk'arealize how l.ttle It fir. W'hj doa't r To you buy rae It iB outwear com, ihink how long It be(our uu ot clothes. Getter get one fore too forret It. A day's dear mar cause s To-d- lu. tlstr. well tamed that Solomon might valk clear across the city under the shadow of their wings as they hovered and (fitted about him. More than this, ho lml gTeat reputation for the conumdruas and riddles that ho made and pucyod. He ntid King Hiram, his neighbor, used to sit by the hour and ask riddles, each ouo paying In money If he could not answer or guess tho riddle. The Solomonic nay visited all the world, and the sailors, of course, talked about the wealth of their king, nnd about the riddles and enigmas that lie made and solved; and the nevs spread until Queen Ballus, away off south, heard of it, and sent messengers with a few riddles that sho would like to have Solomon solve, nnd a few puzzles which she would like to havo him Cud out. She sent, among other things, to King Solomon a diamond with a hole so small tiat a needle could not penetrato it, asking him to thread that diamond. An! ilolomon took a worm aud put it at the opening in the diamond, and the uonu crawled through, leaving the thread in the diamond. rent apaln.and deploring breakages, and supervising tardy subonllnutes. and driving off dust that soon again will settle, and doing tho same thing day In and day out, und year In and year out, until their hair slivers, and the back stoops, and tho spectacles crawl to tho eyes, and tho grave breaks open under the thin sole of tho shoo oh. It Is a long Hut when Christ conic to loonotouyl nnibcomes to kitchthe drawing-room- , en, and comes to tho nursery, and comes to tlio dwelling, then how cheery became all womanly duties. She Is never atone now. Martha gets through fretting and joins Mary nt the foot of Jesus. Ail day long Deborah Is happy because she can help I.apldotlr, Hannah, because she can make a coat for young .Samuel; Miriam, because she can watch her Infant brother; Undid, because sho can help her father water the stock; the widow of Sarepta Wcause tho cruse of O woman, oil is being replenished. having In your pantry a nest of boxes containing nil kinds of eomlliuents.why have you not tried In your bcurt nnd life i, ,kV ty ..four holy rclitjiuii? Miir-thai .Mnrtlia! thou urt caieful and trou bled about many things; but one thing Is needful and Mary hath chosen that good part which shall not be taken away from her." I must confess that a great deal of tho religion of this day Is utterly insipid. There is nothing pii,nant or elevating about it. Men and women go around humming psalms in u minor key, and culttiring melancholy, and their worship has in it more sighs '.lian rapture. Wo do not doubt their pljty. Oh. nol Hut they are sitting at a feast where tho cook has forgotten to season tho food. Cvcry thing Is flat In their experience nnd in their conversation. Kmancipated from sin, aud death, nnd hell, and on their way to a magnlllccnt heaven, they act as though they wcro trudging on hmnrd an ercr.'lastlng Ilotuny Hay- - Iteligion does not seem to ngreo with them. It seems to catch In the windpipe and become a tight strangulation Instead of nn chllcra-Hon- . All the ini'ulel books that havo been writteu, from Voltaire down to Herbert Spencer, have not dono so much damage to our Christianity as Who wants a lugubrious Christians. religion woven out of the shadows of the night? Why go prowling on your way to celestial enthroncmcut? Come out of that cm'c, and sit down in tho warm light of the Sun of Klghteousncss. Away with your txles to melancholy and llervey's "Meditations Among tho Tombs." Then let our songs abjanJ, And esery tear be dry; We're marching through Kauninuel'i ground To fairer worlds on high. I have to say, also, that we Heed to put more spice and cnllveuinent In our life. niiJ to sweeten that nchl dlsposl- t ion. anil to put oparuio inio tio innu s spirits? 1 ho spieery of our holy religion. Why, If between tho losses of life there dushed a gleam of nn eternal gain, If between tho betrayals of llfo there catno tho gleam of tho undying friendship of Christ, If In dull times 111 business wo found ministering spirits (lying to nnd fro In our ofllce, nnd store, g and shop, everyday life, Instead of a stupid monotone, would bo a glorious Inspiration, peudulumlng between calm satisfaction and high rupture. How any woman keeps house without the religion of Christ to help her. Is a mystery to mo. To havo to spend the greater part of one's life, nsmany women do. in planning for the mcnls, in stitching garments that will soon bo bo-lu- Log cabin building was great fun to tho boys, although they did not find It easy work. Thero was a certain novelty about tho raising of tho structure that was (o bo n home, nnd nu interest In learning tho uso of rudo tools, thnt lasted until the cibln was finished. Tho rasul and tho wrdges, the frow and tlfo resonant congregational singing appro- little maul Intended for It, and nil the priate for churches when, in listening other means and appliances of tho buildto tho tcmplo servlcoof heaven, ho sny. ing wcro nil now nnd strango to theso "I heard a great voice as the voico of a bright lads. great multitude, nnd as IIIU volco l'l mill nu niu ui uiu viiuiiii ,w. many waters nnd as tho volco of ' feet wldo nnd twenty feet long, was mighty thundering. Hallelujah, for marked out on tho slto on which It was to rise, nnd four logs wcro Inld to dethe Lord (itxl omnipotent rclgnctlu" Join with me Hi n cmsnde, giving me fine the foundation. Theso wcro tho not only your hearts, but tho mighty sills of tho now house. At each end of uplifting of your voices nnd I believe every log two notches wcro cut, one on we can, through Christ's grace, sing the under nldo and one on tho upper, to fifty thousand souls Into tho kingdom fit Into similar notches cut la the log An argument, they can below, nnd In that which was to of Christ. laugh at; a sermon, they enn talk down. bo placed on top. So each corner but a snst mullcnco joining in one an was formed by these interlacing them Is irrcslctlblc. Would that nnd overlapping ends. The logs Queen llalkls would drlvo nil her spice-lade- were plied up, one above another. dromedaries Into our church mu- Just ns children build sic. "Neither was thero any such spice from odds and ends of playthings. s do not say that a cabin as the Queen of Shebn gavo King Solois n certain number of feet high; they mon." Now I want to Impress Hits nudlonco usually say that It Is toil logs high, or w 1th tho fact that religion Is sweetness twelve logs high, ns tho caso may be nnd perfume, and sptkcnnrd, ntid tat When tho structure Is as high as tho fron, nnd cinnamon, and cassia, and eaves are Intended to be, tho top logs frankincense, and nil sweet spices to- are liound together, from side to side, gether. "Oh," you say, "I havo not w lth smaller logs fitted upon the upper looked tit It as such. 1 thought It was logs of each sldo nnd laid across as If a nuisance; it had for mo n repulsion; 1 they were to bo the supports of a floor for another story. Then tho gable-end- s held my breath us though It wcro nre built up of logs, shorter nnd 1 havo been appalled at Its ad vanee; l nave saiu, "it i nave any re shorter as the peak of the gablo Is np- llglon at all, I wanttoliavc Just nsUV- - proached, and kept in place by other J tlo of it .s possible to get through small logs laid across, endwiso of the cabin, and looked Into the end of each with Oh, what a mistake yon havo made, log In tho gablo until nil are In place my brother. The religion of Christ I On these transverse logs or rafters, the n nrvsent nnd everlasting redolence. It roof Is laid. Holes are cut or snvred counteracts ull trouble. Just put it on j through the logs for the door and win tho stantl br tho n.llow of sickness. It dorrs and the house begins to look catches In the curtains aud perfumes habitable. The settlers on tho Republican Fork tho stilled air. It sweetens the cup of bitter medicine, nnd throw n glow on cut the holes for doors aud windows betho gloom of the turned lattice. fore they put on the roof, and when tlio It Is a balm for tho aching sido, layer of pllt shakes that made tho roof and a soft bandage for tho tem- was In place, nnd tho boys liouudcd to see how tilings looked, they were pain. ple stung with It l.fteil .Samuel Kuthcrford into n rcvery of greatly amused to notice how light it spiritual delight while he v. as In physi- vbs Tlio space between the logs wos cal ogonles It helped Kichard llnxvr, almost wide enough to crawl through. n until, in the midst of such complica- Oscar said. Hut they had studied building enough to know thnt tion of diseases as perhaps no otl er man ever sulTercd, ho wrote "The these wldo cracks were to be "chinked" Saint's Kverlastlng KesL" And it vlth thin strips of wood, tho rcfusoof poured light upon John llunyan'a dun- shakes driven In tightly, nnd then geon the light of tho shining gate of daubed over with clay, a fine bod of the shining city. And it is good for which was fortunately near at hand. rheumatism, and for neuralgia, and The provident Younklns had laid nwny for low spirits and for consumption, it In his own cabin the sashes and glass is the catholieou for nil disorders. Yes for two small windows; nnd theso he had agreed to sell to the It will heal all your sorruws lnng-drawnoI I "cob-houses- ," Cabtn-bulldertnal-adoIn-sllog-cabinew-comer- dom. It !. not a matter of preference! j it is a matter of religious duty, Oh, for fifty times moro volume of sound. (Icrmnn chorals In Oermau cathedrals surpass us, and yet Germany has received nothing nt tho hsnds of Ood compared with America, nnd ought tho iieeliilm In llerlln be louder than In lliooklyn? Soft, music Is npproprlnto for tlio drawing room nnd appropriate for tho concert; but ht. John gives un Idea of tho sonorous nnd DUILDINQ A LOO OADIN. WHY THEY WEAR RED. -- J T1? rents saved oa osp( Are dollars leit rotted clothes, U that tronomtt An Interesting-- lleintnlicene of i:rljr Dajt on tli Frontier. Jackets Worn by the tlrlllsh Itrslments. When lu 1851 the duke of Wellington nikcd Lord Stanhope, then war minister, as to when tho Kngllsh army first woro red, ho was told Hint tho custom dates from tho tlmo of Charles II, The dtiko thought It was earlier, nnd Lord Mncotilny mild ho was right nnd that tho commonwealth army woro red. It will bo of Interest, perhaps, to sco when this color was tlrst adopted by tho llrlt-Is- h a nny. As early as the campaign In Spain In 1S0T, In support of l'ctcr tho Cruel, and also in tho following rolgn of ltlchnrd II,, tho Hngllsh soldier appears to havo Itecn In w hlte and with a red cross of St Ocorge on his breast and back. Ia Hill thero Is evidence of red being adopted for a small number of men nt least, when a contingent for tho army of the King-Mnk(tho earl of Warwick) was sent from ltye dressed In red eoata. 1470 a detachment of fifteon men In sent from Canterbury for tho Calais garrison, nnd others for London, tvero supplied with red "jnckcttls" of cloth nt three shilling a yard, and having on them "roses of white karsay" as Itenaona for Itie Scarlet cr wnlok la a all know, Uobblts' Eloctrlo. dllTcrcnro botwren tha Jii 0 oontspoorest aonp made and oot of a liar ot the the but, whoso lej waa repaired in Hew or by grafting some sltln from a dog, eomiiUlna uow that hit skin barks eaatlr.-Bai- ton Commercial Dullotln. Thre Is 5TJACOBS SPRAINS. Ohio A MIm Railway. Office President and Central Manapr, Cincinnati, Ohio My foot audilenly tnrntd ami gat ma sprained oil, . i, I .,ot BRUISES. ?a Dolphin Street, Baltimore. Ml. Jaa'ylMMO. Mr friend, look hero I you know how weak Carter's Iron Pills will relievo lior. Now why not bo fair ubout It and buy hor a bosl 01 a very IbA lit,- - ff?', yll eta. "hotim -listened . i.11a 11. .1.. to the crosnl 4 t cf wrath" .r noTt nt Jacobs oil resulted at one in arelltl flora ankl. applloatlonof itveraly Th Ft. arsllandrafftradae.' vtraly, ft, JaotUOll' I wu krulisd badly in hip and sld by. uiean.-llinglmu- itOB pain" rretlAben'lMan'xt. THI ro."wii.C,niDuO Mtmbtroftlate mpltty rur4 Legislature.' H Btrrsnitns ynoM Cotiotu, Bonn TunuaT, should try "irvirtf HrviieAMI Tntliu'' a siiuiilo but iiiro remedy. &VJ only U " Price met. flcll i.S'V l0."19whisky ctumfi , VOCILIU co..mr.i serle of rmpulat sotij-a- , arranxea lor iiain or onr" eonsUtln of 40 pljot (ret larslsel, wtllbaaenloafTeeln of ll.oo,or a atoxl piece oa DO --e SHEET MUSIC 3 CT& ,,5. i''t'i Itepuullcan It "hocked, and when It I hocklng.-lllng-luraton badges. Mus B1VJOY8 5i STrj- JL Villi .. U - 3 Cents In reslsjs tUmp br Ssmol sailitC TUB 1IE.VKY BTir.fl COMPANY, t. O. Hox bC laLTlaioaa, U araixs isis axrxH rtwlrtc rarssr WEEKS'SCALE WORKS. religious teachings; whether it be in or in the Sabbath-schoo- l, the We minisor in the church. ters need more fresh air and sunshine prayer-meetin- A. J. TOWER, - Boston. Mas. EANSl 2 3 STANDALONE as S sil agvsfia. J i 11 Thef dispel poisonous bile from oua attAcka, consilpatiun, head. ncho. nalaria, d j tenter t, and all stomach and llrer disorder. t W iirium timer and dromedaries chariots and charioteers, jingling harness nnd clattering Two alaes, one price. F nnd shields, and flyE hoofs,ensigns blazing clapping cymbals. in n vernacular they can understand, Bils BijLM-- , SO Id each bottle, ing and IT Ouo a dose. nnd r,. find in -- nas Bzaxa Small, 40 la each E J tie place is saturated with the per llinv will lie verv o j bottle, 2 to 4 a dose. fume, She brings cinnamon, and saf- - ceivc the truth we present. Would to Eujjar Coated. tk fron, and calamus and frankincense, Ood that Queen llalkls would drive her Pleaaantaaeand'. nnd all manner of sweet spices. As tho dromedaries into nil our bold by limcirliU. retinuo sweeps through the exhortatZScentaper Irattls. tp armed guard inhale thu nroma. fate, the sermons und praycr-mectlnek "Hnltl" ions. cry tho charioteers as the wheels grind More than that, wo want more life C J. F. SMITH & CO., the gravel in front of tho pillared poiti-c- o nnd spice In our Christian work. Tho fP Si&ZSJ Greenwich Stree king. of Queen Hallos alights poor do not want so much to bo groaned Kew York City. m in nn the atmosphere bewitched with per- over ns sung to. With the bread and fume. As the dromedaries are driven medicines, and the garments you give up to the king's storehouses, and tho them, let there be an accompanimentof bundles of camphor aro unload ed.and the smiles and brisk encouragement. Do sacks of c'nnamon and boxes of spices not stand and talk to them nbout the are opened, tho purveyors of the pal- ' wretchedness of their abode, and tho ace discover what my text announces: hunger of their looks, nnd the hardness "Of spices, great abundance; neither was of their lot. Ah! they know It better there any such spices as the Queen of than you can tell them. Show them IH THE BONANZA Sheba gavo to King Solomon." the bright side of the thing, if thero be OF THE FUTURE." Wo 11, my friendr, you know that auv bright sldo. Tell them thnt for tlio he Coming iron, Agricultural and all theologians agree in making Solo- - children of Ood there Is immortal res tnon a typo of Christ, and making the cue. iVaKo incni up out oi iiicir moiki g District Queen of Shcba a typo of every truth- - ity by nn inspiring laugh, and while you O V THIS UiVITICD STATEa seeker; and I shall tako tho rcponslbil-- ' send in help, like tho Queen of Shebu, ,Tor Kspi, Reference Book. FanaUsta, eta., laserlp ity of saying that all the splkcuurJ, ' also send in the spices There are tv.-u el the wrsnerrsi Bintrai am arrleultural nnd cassia, and frankincense which tho ways of meeting me poor, unc is to loureei of ui Bute, apply to areata of the If ORTOUC ft WBIUK LtlUAU, U7 Eaat RtAim Htrt Quern of Shcba brought to King Solo como into their house with a noso eleOolumbus, Ohio l tW V.lblDetan Street, Bostoaj WJ mon arc mighty suggestive of the hweet vated in dipgtit t, nn much ns to say: "I Broadway, Mew York ltU Pennsylvania Aee, WaahUUn, D.'c. or to Qsneral Office, BOA30K, VA. bpicrsof our holy religion. Christianity don't see how you live here In this Jiai TDIt TM ia n n. r n. Is not a cnllccues of sharp tcclmlolml- - neighborhood. It actually makes mo iherc is that bundle A Experiences Ities und nngtilat facts, antlchronol- - slclr. poor, miserable, wretch, take it, "Mr vlautsstlosa In tst as nsealeartsst dta otcti table, and irj'slalfslKs. Uuryou trlcl.vtliere) fever amdusruoprcvatlled. rcugion is compnrcu to frankincense tho most of It." Another wayand muiio Is to go I employ ISO lutudai freqaently balf of them were alrk. lwasnearly dt. nnd to cassia, but never to nightshade. Into the abode of tho poor In a manner cotiraujedwhenl beffBastbeiueof Jt Is n bundle of myrrh, It is a daub, of wfticli seems to say: " f no blessed Lord holy light, ft is a sparklo of cool foun- fcntmc. He was poor Himself. It Is tains It Is an opcningof opaline gates not more for tho good I am going to try It is a collection of ples. Would God lo 'o you tbnn It li for the good you can that wo w cro as wise in taking spices to do me." Coining In that spirit, tho gift our Hivine King as Queen llalkls was will be ns aromatic as the spikenard wise in taking the spices to tho earthly on the feet of Christ, nnd all the hovels Tho siaa mervellon. Hy men Solomon! in that alley will be fragrant with tlio lierame atrmigr anrl lieerty, and I here Iiail uu fiirlluir trouble. With tneae What many of iilla, I sfoiild not rear to live la any have tho humdrum us most need Is to spice. need more spice driven out of our We and eullvenmcnt iraui." K. HI f AI Hay ju Hara, Lay, llfo nnd tho humdrum out of our re- in our church music. Churches sit disSold Everywhere. Oillco, 14 Murray St.. New York. ligion. The American and English and cussing whether they will have choirs, s Scottish church will die of humdrum or precentors, orgnns, or or 'The BsslU.S. unless thero be a change. An editor cornets: I say. lake Hint which will at from San Francisco a few weeks ngo bring out the most inspiring BUNTING wrote me saying ho was getting up for music If wc had half as much his paper a symposium from many zeal nnd spirit in our churches clergymen, dlscussfng among other as we havo in tho songs of our -- AHB HOLD BY things: "Why do not peoplo go to Sabbath schools. It would nut bo long SIMMONS k CO.. church?" and he wanted my opinion, before the whole earth would quake 0. W. RflQTflU DKAUSHSIH UISQ J Why, in uuuiuii, nuu, 7 MILITARY OOOD. and I gavo it in ono sentence: I'cople with tho coming Ood. , eaura.nu do not go to church because they can most churches, ulnc tenths of the pco-pl- o Tuit rsria erlaiii not stand the humdrum. do not sing; or they sing so Is ONLY LINE that most pcoplo havo so The fact much hum- feebly that tho peoplu at their; elbows UUNNXNGrA drum In their worldly calling that they do not know they aro singing. People Paisengtr Train, do not wnnt to havo added Uiehumdnun mouth and rmimbla tho praises of Ood; A Day Coach of religion. We need In all our ser- but there It not more than one out of a Or a BAGtUGK CAB from mons and exhortations and songs and hundred who makes "a joyful nolso" CINCINNATI to ST. LOUIS: prayers more of what Queen Halkls unto the rock of our salvation, SomeI Bolid EailT Tralaa. Seat K00TB for COtOHISTt. brought to Solomon, namely, more times where tho congregation forgets 0. W, FAEIS, 0. T. A., UVf. th Bt, Cindanati, a spice. itself, and is all absorbed In the goodThe fact is that the duties and cares ness of Ood, or Hie glories of Heaven. I of this life, coming tout from lime to get an intimation of what church mutime, nre stupid often, and Inane, and sic will be a hundred years from uow, I IrlsJI SHjerSilX 1 1 I I 3a5iinini' Intolerable. Here are men who have when the coming generation shall wnke KaStTllK 1 1 "I a f been bartering, and negotiating, climb- up to Its duty 171 rA 5atB-HEtDEmSTUia I promise u high spiritual blessing to WSmitLzJ ing, pounding, hammering for twenty " tuib fstaaevwy Mffua. years, forty years, nfty vears. One any one who will sing in church, and afco WHIIW HAIITI great long drudgery has their life been, who will sing to heartily that the peoCimiD AT JIUKi be- - ple ull nrouml can not help but sing Hook of liar, their fuco anxious, their feelings Oirr FAIN-tlculare MKNT rat ilk. numbed, their days niontnr&us. What Wake up' all the churches from Ilangor WlMII.I.RV. M. II ATI.1.MA. OA. tW leatt rTfcllaaaJJaa; U necessary to urtgulcn ak tka. nitsi to b'n ranci.co, ud acrot. Chrliteu- uua sv k 3 The Queen also sent a goblet to Solomon, asking him to fill it with water that did not pour from the skj aud that did not rush out from the earth; and Immediately Solomon putn"j?Vlre on tho back of a swift horso andnlloncd him nrouml and around the pdErlc until the horse was veil nigh exhausted, and from tho perspiration of the Wse the goblet was filled. She also sent King Solomon 500 boys In girls' dress ind 500 girls in boys' dress wondering- if he would be acuto enough to find out the deception. Immediately Solomon, when ho saw them vnsh their faces, knew from the way they applied the water thnt it was nil a client Queen llalkls was ho pleased with the ocu'.encss ot Solomon, that slic aid "I'll just go and see him for myself." Yonder it comes the cavalcade horses - In J 2 r J J head. Do you wonder that tho world Is so far from being converted when yon find so little vivacity In the pulpit and In tho pew? We waut, like tlio Lord, to plant in our sermons and exhortations more lilies of the field. We want fewer rhetorical elaborations, nnd fewer sesquipedalian word, anil wf.cn we talk about shadows, we do not adumbration; and want to bay wo do when wc mean fiuccrness, not want to talk about idiosyncrasies; or if a stitch In tho back we do n"t want to talk of lumbago; but. In tho plain vernacular preach that gospel which propojea to make all men happy, honest, victorious and free. In other words, we want more cinnamon and less gristle. Let this bo so in all the different departments of work to which the Lord calls us Let us be plain. Let u bu earnest Let us be common-sensica- l. When we talk to tho people our lungs, and our heart, and our s were logs for placed upon the ground Inside the cabUNINTENTIONAL GIVINQ. in, previously leveled oft for the purAn Old Story Dished I'p In a New and re pose. On these were laid thick slabs of cullar Mile. and hickory, riven out of logs A gentleman complained that he hod oak grove near by. These dropped n florin by mistake for a penny drawn from the wood wcro ,lpuncheons'' Into the slot of an automatic machine, slabs of hard as was tlio man who and and could not get it back again; no, nor could fortunate floor of sawed lumber to have a the piece of chocolate ho had bar- his cabin, ho who was obliged to use oTcn gained for. "Why, thnt s nothing to off what hnppened to mo when I was a very puncheons was better so than those scarce thnt Mr. James l'ayn, with whom timber was small boy," writes ground was surface of "and yet I did not cry alniut it7 1 the natural floor. Xoah therooks in SU 11 was taken to 'call' upon a most their only excellent clergyman, who had a Nicholas. missionary box upon his drawing-rooWikson What do you think of a table. The polite function boarding house? Mrs Wlkson Oh, bung rather heavily on my hands and that would be perfectly grand. I am I was amusing myself whether a right in for It It would be so nice, piece, all tho money I had In and 'That's what I have Won thinkthe world. Invested la thnt gigantio ing of late." "Yes George, let us break coin for safety would go into the slit up housekeeping at once. I greatly of the box. It was a close flt; but unprefer boarding, and" "Oh, I meant fortunately it did go, and slipped out of that wo would start n Wmling houv. my fingers. There was a metallc splash and" "Oh, you mean, cruel tlilngt a rock of silver frilling Into nea vl Light. coppers and then, as the novelists say knew no more.' When I camo t 'I THE MARKETS. myself I found my family and the cler gyman In raptures over my generosity. ClICIfXUTI. Miy i. Ilirmingham Tost LIVr.BTOCK-Cut- tle Cvitl&MMlU Partly-hewn floor-Joistm OJNTSO Bail AjrtvtsillartilOrftS- ttsa aavl TliailaAr f an4al (US. A.ili'sBoth tho method nml rosultj! nhen irt! .n r (pan lo sstUara. Mallaa a., rsu, au eon. Uai oa. i. r. a. il Sjrnip of Figs id taken; it ia jtlciunnt raaaiui raraatwr SMiasMa lau nml rrfrching lo (ho tasto, nml act coiiCr'vet tiromntlr on tlio KMnevs. Liver nml Jiowcl. olestues tho j- br.srs f UbiUIIoii. m Mtjiiue. tem f'rectually, tllspcls cold", hentl- AUTOGRAPH. ZtVtABE L lmbitiinl aches nd fovcrs nnd cures HCOCNUINC comtiratlon. 8vmp of Tig is tho CTTITATCUral onljr Kraedy ol its kind over proCsiinviidnync duced, pleasing to tho tnsto nnd rats iiiliimsMpsi 'o to tho stomach, prompt in its ncti u nd truly bcnclicml in its effect?, prepared only from tho mrt 'TRACTION AND PORTABLE LcaltliT and ngrccahlo snlwtnnccf, it many excellent qualities commend it to all nnd havo wrulo it tiio moit popular retnctlr known. mmmTfireshers and Horse Powtrs. Sjt'P of Firs i for fale in COc BBBSlwrtt. for IDostrlaJCialot, mal'e rrya, Dilcngo News. and jl bottles uy all leading drug- M. RUM ELY CO.. LAPORTC.INO C'hltira Women In Amerlets. Any rchahlo drtiggtet trho gists. SI00 Per Acre Tens of thousands of Chinamen leave may not haro it on hamf will China every year nnd settle In other it promptly for nny ono who MHrtaltlslalSsjslataaatrrlla. Iieaialsasea countries, cspei tally South America, wMim to try It. Do not accept any fllR.Uw.ja trrvrla(OTwallaaJgaa,s44raa by 'ra JaaafvruutB U.W.UASOM.r.&ii&Ik.Yt. aaanaa. Ilea. the Islands of the Puelfte. and tho West rTibsti":te- rasas taas farsa pn tm Indies; but It Is a rare thing for Chinese CAUFORNIA F0 SYRUP CO. women to lento tlio intul of their birth. THE ADVANCE BENEFICIAL ORDER tAHAIiCliC0,CH, There nre probably less than one hunr 1't.iiW r T yil1HUiiyriltlBl tiv or, x.r. 10 f ffft kt. dred ot thenf iu Uiw I'liUed Mates, and . k Ualtt1. Hl.l,rra.,l BM ACv, Oiwllil, & BSJTKABI TWirUtftwrMa)ffMBB there are hardly any In llrnzll or tho Is a noSAN.A U " sia s iBirclwUrts. ' Sandwich Islands. It appears by the 18412 A N K.-- B. aUrrial .NTKATO.S,llUiJs,N.V,Ulr. Cuban census which has Just been taken rsaaitsrarsaa.r"a. trttau uiti.iu to ABTsaTiaiaa ruLass that thero are now nearly fifty thou- IE tets'JSitv II Tsiiif smmss lito, la l U UU tka A4tM11aaa M ialalkaS au a it a. cis.. Is n a.,aa rraawnsCai. sand Chinese men in Cuba and only ID -. asrt arSSSl I3a raiatwpj aMrHn eighty-fou- r M Chinese women. Tho cus toms of tho Chlncso people are adverse to female emigration, which, moreover, Is under otllclal restriction. Fewof the Chinamen who go abroad are married; nearly all of them are quite young. They leave China in the hope that they EFFECTUAL PAINLESS. will make money and return there to marricsl. Inter Ocean. get WORTH A GUINEA A BOX.-- i m -- Henry VII. In HS3 Instituted the n of the guard, nnd they were the nucleus of the present standing army of Knglnnd. Their dress, as It still cont!nu, was red. In Elizabeth's reign tho nrmy woro a variety of colors, but n change occurred In 1554, when somo of tlio troops for Ireland wore coats of tr.otly and others of "sadd grecno or russet" The cavalry at this time woro red cloaks nnd breeches, and the Infantry who went to the low countries wore red coats. An Incident nt the siege ot Rouen, In 1591, shows thnt mlwaalookrdupon as the English color, for in mentioning the death of ono of the earl of Essex's captains It Is re marked that the Frenchman who shot him got near enough to do so by putting on tha red coat ot a dead nngliah soldier. In 1013 the king's life guards, as also the queen's and rriuee Uupcrt's, wore red coats. Monk's regiment (now Coldstream guards) was the first to wear red costs with green facings In 1650. At the restoration red became tho national color of the llrltlsh army, and except In tho caso of tho Irish brigade, tho Swiss guards and perhaps a few other instances, red has Wen the distinguishing color of tho English forces. yoe-me- j a,ai.vraTvasaa or rlUlttUrUlliaqlMrM r.n.1 tr Q S Wi L asaasxaaaaai AMIS Kprpfttw MISS!, (!. rusauvxaaiHaiKnxaay mm mm en isvbbv,! IllUf tllltl PllMlHtlOM, Bi I'llfAt 'ORTHERN nirin b LAUDS rNGINES. Mr RUMELVW rM pro-cur- o frssKrir. s- 3 EECHAM 3 PILLS For To Stop Flow of IllooiL Caller U Mr. Oreen nt home? Servant Yes, sir, but he Ls engaged. "Then I will call again." "He will be disengaged soon. Ho Is shaving." "Shaving? Then I'll stay. Ho may need my services. I am a sargeon. Yankee lllode. BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS Sick Headache. Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Livor, eta, V ExixofioMof Coughing aro stopped by Hale' Honey of Horetiound and Tr. l'lke'a Tootluche Uropa Cure In one minute. Tn a roana- - man who ean writ "a ;coJ band"bsso 1 half o chance In Ufenlta the youta nbocaa boUoae. Washington I'osL Ir Is no lonjrrr necessary to take blue nil to rouse the liver to aeiion. Carter's l.ltUe Uverl'illsaro much better Don I forgot this TniBi Is one bailnexs Industry that has snnesaap to it even la duU Umes tho whip manufacturer. Tin Opt'tir The Whole lliytlrsl Enrrpv of the Humxn Framu. RESTORE Beecham't Pills, taken as dtrctJ, mill quick FEMALES io complete health. ACTINQ LIKE MAQICot. tho vital organs, strengthening tho muscular system, and arousing with tho rosebud of health Price, 25 cents per Box. n. r. ,ir.f.ry cvi, Ul .1 gntf fT Jarfc. irKatVyvur Jruwt.l at I rrrrt pt rr t'TIri Mll.lTiiirwir'. rrtMTta CT1J 60LO BY AU. DRUCCIST3, Ht-- tr, 7 iUV3. aataair, aiaiasa. n.l,VU, rs, lliai .Kit A VnUtA 31 Oinol fit., Kr wm nwraama fl "?" J"W hsh "potted by I.osary. I 3 t splce-lade- n g 2 5 Luxury and ease never bring out the miitlitlos In a man's character work and hardship nre required for his oest development- - miuam n. oewara, it is said, once ran away from college In a fit of anger nt his father, and went to teach a school In a southern state After some months Seward thoughtbet-te- r of his college, was reconciled to his father, and returned to his studies A class-matone ot the most brilliant men In the college, took charge of the southern school. Yeara after Seward who had married a met this class-mntrich southorn lady, had settled down on a large plantation, and had grown fat and laty, doing nothing In the way of study, and turning out a very common l place man, without ambition or power. A fino scholar had been spoiled by a life of luxury. Sir. sew nrd congratulated himself on his own escape from such an ignoble fate. "Had I married a rich plantation," he usedto say, "I might have been satisfied with a life of easy indolence." Youth's Com-iilirtii-a- t e, Intel-lccbia- I LCOKIIUteSrrt... BOOS Common Good l,aeknr SIIKKl'-Uo- oJ toelwtee LAMMS ' r.nre -- . . kain-- w "hsat-- Ni o.Jrs-,- 1 No. a red Corn No. J mil e, I Oats Nu. nvxed. .., HAY TOHACC .... aim is Oil' SI IM aiu i ti in a V 1 n Ultl el ' CATARaiL-iPirou nnirnY roitImolUM. A.tt. curs) Itellst t OoW Lowall Courier. la U lir4 It ba do sjuat tl reitafa. for Ei-s- t u um. aim) (tlio ' 7 fB it 3 In Plso's cure for consumption. Cures wbcro other remedies full. liV 1 W T' live No.1 J'r.nmlnrhjilro leaf ............. pork.... . .... M 13 Doodlear nUTTEIt-Chol- M dory r.a.e i(t.iimccriMirterv.,.. At'l'LK'4-I'ri. twrUW... POTATOES- - per bush. .... ce me, I.aM. prime steam IIS alll'il a H,H 0 U 14 ) as auoi fin n u feu oij oo U W It It a curious fact that when one Is aelicd with a consuming passion one's sp petite falls mlsarably. tit. Joseph Kent It Is au OtMtamt, rif bkb a small pArttrta BostrUa. 11 W, too. hoU bydrurilitsorsmt Adilrtai, K. V. litm.Ttyj. Vri tirriaU. li arp MajjijaijS! -- T 7 I S J 4 to 13 vs WILL MAIL A COPY OF b M oi 1 9) Ff.OUIt-Fat- rto .red Nr.tV YOItlf. Kanry mixed, new No.lrod CornNo. POItK-N- cw f.AitU-YYeat- ern Oati- - Mixed ,. -- j n SI Ml mess ... steam red ..I8 . 1 CHICACiO. aitAlN-YVheat-- Jt Jtl it e vjit oiu a it a h O 1 as 7i TO "The Ladies" Home 'J kr BBaBa Journal 1 From Now to January, 1892 (Balance of this Year) To Any Address on Receipt of No JCr, lea no spring ( . I MUu et!ti w 1 01 S , LAItD-SteI am r.t VIRGINIA Sheep-Raisin- ponion. Illlnd Men See with Thetr Hktn. lly some singular Insilnct a man who was born blind can tell when ho Is opposite nn object, and can toll whether it is tall or short, slender or bulky, ne can also delermiuo whether it bo is nblect or a continuous fence whether a close fence or an open one, nr.d sometimes whether a wooden fence, a stono wall or a hedge. Nono of the five senses has any thing to do with this perceptive power, but the impressions aro mude on the skin of the face and by it transmitted to tho brnin. He thorefore nnmes this unrecognized sense soil-tnr- QUAIN-wriral-- OaU-Ml- xed t.AIUI-Rnttned iiAiriMonn. Kamlly.. . son rj .. J... iiJJ torn Miir.l . ' No. ......., .... ' I 5 ro 1 Only POHK-Me- sa. CATTt.K-Kl- ... . . ...' il la f nt 1 FIFTT CENTS Oas OUAIN-Wheai-- No rst quality INDIANAPOLIS. 2 Hod 1 x corts'-N'- -i, t.,.,w7 ci 8 (HI ASM 0Q 1 13 54 mv; ' aRaft I will give One Thousand Dollars To the person sending me the largest number of subscribers up to July lit, at 50 cnti each, for the balance of this year. Oath-FUiru-FamQHAIN-Wlieat- No I.OUIBVILLH. llr -Na Conn-Jn.i,-wle- - Mixed red .. a si'.i s)t ot i it 1 o LAItU-Ste- M'ss nm .. - t llf Five Hundred Dollars, July ist, - ... . MM tl HiJ - Mfflmm mLJSmim TLUiS&kmUkwmmkwa mWLm7kmmWmihVk To the person sending me the second largest number of subscnlxrrs up to July 1st, at 50 cents each, for the balance of this year. One Hundred Dollars each' To the five jicople sending me up to July ist, the next five largest number of subscribers, at 50 cents each, for the balance of this year. Planters Tutt's Pills -- ! "facial perception." Tho presence of fog Interferes with facial perception and makes the Impressions faint and untrustworthy, but darkness is no ImA nolso which detract t, pediment. attention interferes with tho Impressions. In passing along tho street he can distinguish shops from private doors from windows, and houses, whether the windows consist of a number of panes or a single sheet of glass N. Y. Journal. Value or a Christian Conscience. TSf'V roavaiclrr',a(t ! Fifty Dollars each To the ten people sending me un to July ist, the next ten largest lists of subscribers, at 50 cents each, for the balance of this year. r shall have a liberal Cash Every Commission, orsuchl'remiumsnsdcsired, for every subscriber secured j but the 17 largest agents will be rewarded with the $3500 divided among them as indicated above. Club-raise- Pj pii no bass-viol- il H" FLAGS UMM heart Is the assurance that the loved one carries tho surest autldoto against moral poison, that safeguard against moral contagion a Christian conscience. Yet how many aro left with the bitter thought that they have neglected to luculcato this principle, lint you fathers and mothers who yet hare your little ones about you, see to it, before tho heartaches come, which shall start a hitherto unopened fountain ol tears that those tears aro robbed ol this bitterness. Christian nt Work Hero Is n boy's essay on total 'TIs a whole tempcrnnco volume in n nutshell: "I abstnin from alcaholla drinks because if I vould excel as a cricketer Ornco says 'abstnin;' ns h walker, Weston suys 'abstain;' as an oarsman, Ilanlan says 'abstain;' as a twlminar, Webb says 'ubstuin;1 as a doctor, Clark says 'abstain;' as n preacher, I'nrrar saya 'ubstaln.' Asylums, prisons ntid ulinylioutcs repeat tho ry abstl-nence, Every Christian father or mother who has ever heard the click of the latch (that cruel pistol shot aimed at the heart), as it springs for the last time behind son or daughter going forth Into tho world, knows thnt the most blessed balm for tho wounded A heavy burden all tho ills and nilmenta that only fomalo flesh is heir to. It rests with you whether you carry it or lay it down. 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