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J THE HICKMAN COURIER. w : FINE JOB PRINTING 1CXKCUXICD WITH XEATHESS AHD DISPATCH. bale bills, envelopes, CEOHCE WARREN, Editor. 1'ricool Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. Argentine territory Gkoikiia towns nro prcpirlngto organize wnr on tlio English spnrrow. Foiikst fires hnvo begun their campaign of destruction oarly lu the sen-oCiih.kam troops ore snld to have rlo-latc- d ' - ' 119 OLDEST NEWSPJ fjir WE8TBRX KENTUCKY. jsaam bill letteh heads, heads; , , invitations, ETC ETG KSTABLISIIED Selected as Standird-Bcare- 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, A LAKGB CROWD. WTUCKY, FRIDAY. ylng MAY 22,l8i)l. ICY VISITS. VOL. learch far ti-t- OAXX AHD SEE US. 'A 2" eumeI, the Esmev t st Aespalco. Tiik Lexington Klrmlss, for tho benethe navy depart. fit of an In Urinary, was very successful. JOHN YOUNG MOWN. r By the Kentucky Democracy. tho Hsm Irutoimnl lliitrrimr, sml Win, J ivprd,.of-V- f llrmlrlt h lor Attotnrf Urn Northwestern Ohio was visited Sat lion i ersl Tim IMstrnrin, Kiiriciioit Wlt.t.lAu's coachtnnn reIn wh CinciNHATi, May urday night by tho most dcstructlvo Bonder ceive $000 annual wages nnd his house-reLouistii.I.k, Msj lis lmirtie sule tho delegates were pouring Inko ths city to-- t frost during the past twelve yearn. Itata hsUv nllett lo ottlf si roiivrntlon n cbtlrmsn ot riho nooa lf Ota. tbs ladutk snd ud lo a late hour Tho tcralbcnUuro fell to 27 decrees In resumed J i iisio cenlrsl Maiik Twain's lone sojourn nbroad J II. CMllenuii, enfrsne w bo sn linn.en sfflr, andWl some places, and lco formed to the that the atn. Tho officers who enmo ashore ceed the tnott sanguine estimates of those will enable liliu to rovlslt the toinl) of cominltlea. Al thn clno ot 0n. Ctlomn'i sdilrf ss, It would far , . ,k. " " along claimed that.ecuiatbian-un-.- excel Adam. abewi fre very reticent, but from one of tho thickness of nearly half an inch. Bech-vnomlnstfil for lion, llrrtrdel V. noa1nltil ..?.:.:: ors It waa learned that they expect-- early fruits and vegetables as escaped' ck: Ik twouty year tliero has lccn no Vmporurr hslrman, Ttiere was no opi'ltl" IT . .." ;""-- Ucsldea tho thousands of farmers from i sight tha lint a and act as her con- - previous visitations were uusiroyau.anu of the eoun.rr. Ih, two great ouutcrfcltlnjr of Undo Snm'a postnge snil Mr. llimlnUlit wilfrUi1lisiolinlloB. VZV: Mr OooiliiiKlit made In manv fields of wheat the destrnctiMr X nf t aitdrei In sepl-anrI flown the coasL ot this cot i the two great labor organizations . .. Tlio Ksmcrclda Zl nmamaiion, tnero ..." stamp. ' try. T. V. Powderly, ot tho knight of lab vj of tlio honor trndnred Mm. oeinff nooppvsiuon. a ntiwerous crew, and in nppenr-- l equally complete, the straw bcta Ml Tint hlng of (Irccce 1ms mnde tfl.OOO,-00- 0 I' Hlniis elcled lempcrsrr tffre-tr- j The contest for nttorney gene ml was moet and Bamuol Oomiwrs, of the federation they are veterans ad.1 wilt fitrht. iiuAvu uunn ii, uuiun wiiu ant jviitb. the liy In speculation on tho London Commlllrei on errden. eiclllng Tim can.lMnlct were John R Rhea, trades, came In, nnd will be st the conference. Tho loss lo tho wheat Is estimated dijr? t opinion ef((nlstlon Wm. J Hunilrlck, Mr, ailbert snd Mr. Klllitnn. prevails here that should tlals, restilntloiis snd prrtnsnenl 'change. All tho second aid third class hotel The Istlcr t wo drnpixtd out In succession. Tha ernwdad to nVArflnwIm, i' ..Charleston attempt to capture tho at SO per cent NatnrnJly.the Tuf. bishop of London has framed a won irlrrtrd deelllva ballot b 'tween Itendrlck snd Ilhes Chairman Uoodnlcat than snnoiiiicod ths has ticcn lafe arid 'ttttlc At this writing so estimate can be rnnde.ol. Sa1' la naval eniraKeinent will take i Mil to rcdtico tlio cost of weddings in nearly twoboura, marked throughout by the brobable attendance from the different clisitiiif ii of trriec'lronimll-leeaadvanced to bo affceicd. Vary. tbst.l ketj aad the United States cruiser Any nearer a con- - fort, II 11' wild disorder llendrlek won,oblefly by the voto On (ifiiiiam-n- t oteanliatlon-- O. clmrclws-he, states. Aa near sa could be got at. It will fceary frost at Yarrcnro.,-Salurdyil- r, ptlie-- two vessels ctustsiU' ll ffet the worst of it,- The above dbw Sam Wrr.M0Tit, who mysteriously dis-ward. I.pcan, Ira Julian, Kranlilerl. On " no ol tho I.oulttllle delegation. foilowl. Bts'o delegation a. Tiik Now Yorlt legislature adjourned unllal-JutIwJ. .m.1. Th contention sdjourned until I o'rlook to- - , Ai.hml a .j .a. Mto war we- - aiew amoKe to vegetawoB,u! 2.tli II. TLompon,ol Her'', i same course, appeared from Pari several days ago, I Arkansas,,., vuTjuriatuu at1 At without making on nppropriatloii for Hllllksn, ni ol Hinitoo, On rolullon- -J " n,0"ow' fir itng at four- - returned tho other night He said he 3 Connecticut., Colorado olJel-fcr.vit ItheV efflcera were in-i- grapes. lee a quarter 1 a Inoh thick t y tho World' fair. B. IllacVburn. ol Woodtordl I. It !'!, a Indiana,,,,. Oenrgla... ,orea. ine Beavieev irost xaa WWfi lid, come up with had lie en t6 Detroit to visit ids daughter. LouisvttLS, May IS -- Tbe demoerstlo aUle j, A cow In I'lillllps. .Mo., rrcontljr :i Kansas sndeomplted tbo notn- - . cenrcnllon mrllo-dniight., - ThU event . but she has."been living for Cntcinnatlwv Ihs of A SO I Kentucky M- .drank five gallon of maple syrup. She tlon vol alamihanWa wai ciiendtd tfrutl Mnven Inatlon ot th tslo ticket. mm central and alals """p- -t to 1111 aunt lira iinni in i i iiini utaian, .,...Hlnle auditor wa the Itral nomination voted ought to i.'lus awt-c-l milk. ft Mlrhlgaft,..?J: Tlio contntlon Xh:a adJourud iislll mills. mat gner mm noat jtai.acuuaoii, "" lor. Tb candidates were James lllackburn. to " MAtni KvA.vs of Heaver Falls. Pa., Tho fee in some, places froze to'a quar 81 Mlnourl. venlnx or Waulhnt. Hal I. I'. fumu. of Iloonet inilaoi out of dancer bright, blinding llcht Th convention was promit 1 . .. tf tunc to New York North Carolina.. who Is only sixteen years of age, has a nn inch thick? Heavy frost nt steering exactly the saibo course, til tr.Rjjyfl snd Ihe hoirol iitrm-tllu- s Hon C a Orten, ot Loultvlllo. snd Hon. It. a North Dakota. m 'was suddenly flashed upon his craft, tcr of ,.. work In 2 Ohlo..... f third set of natural teeth. War ten. of Lincoln The first ballot resulted the found the h.ill seals wrll ilK.I CI. air- Norman tlo. Warren IU, 10 Ithodejiland..... ana iubi u was unuouuicuiy prouuecu Fremont, O,, Saturday night did mucl tho Charleston passes tho Itatabe. next . nihts ri5ol'Ale.'t GHevotun Pennsylvania... Orcru 115. lllsckburi Mac.M Alios and lllsmarclc aro the man I'oynlrr called Iho conrf nllca lo order at I damago to fruits and crops. Grapes, port where they arc likely to heard Jti . 10 li'imeiiee ..... d,c1 a, nn carJ honr the other by nn electric light from n only prominent actors In the Franco o'clock, and sed lor lb, repocti of commit-tre- !0. nominating Norman. Dakota. .. li Nebmska. , He said further that the vessel was peaches, potatoes and corn suffered from is Panama, about 1.800 miles from MaJ II R Hal, of Orates county, was nomI Wltcofltln ... most The frost.. Saturday night was Acapulco or Pay la, Peru, still further , Am California.... ,, Prussian wnr remaining ullvc. Steaming north. With this fact in .. . nnd hAniltn rf the o Mve the fol. inated for atato treasurer unanimously, The ooinmlttfeonorfsnlisllon t Wyoming.,....., uusKngam down the coast. As t ,s, tno vessc s AJ Sixck tho 11ml of tho year nearly The great struggl of the day came on tbe so- West Virginia . ntLoulsvUle. view tliero is but llttlo doubt that mo most aesrucuvo report' .. K,prCMCo struck ,. tho rcsuit f thirty-fou- r Hon of th candidatn for rejliter ot the land In gold has lom valley (O.) of any since the celebrated haT0 probauiv covered less than half ., , million dollars Tll,, 'Ilicj teramrnend for permanent rhalrman, ld ToUl. . .. i,m it Is tho Ksmcrclda going north to one ortlre The cst.dl.Utet were Thomai II. Cor 18.19. All vegetables are tho distance to Iquique, the nearest ol Ji Ht ron been sent out of this country. of June, Long, of The press representation Is lirffo, the blgjeit intercept the Itata. If a naval engageCh. It pretulenta th loeountjr of tho recentjrder of the company re bell. Hie pretenl Incumbent- - Col Alex. Grant, Irom Ih to Vice killed, oh well as tho fruit lco formed Chilian port Dunols, tho Trench sculptor, piqued ol Franklorlt Thomas llullocksndj II. Swan-go- . delegation coming from tbe Irrrpraislble siato ment takes place it can not bo delayed, quiring their employes to furnish bond. Conttrcrol comrc.ilooal duiilclt. K i n of Kansas. Atn'tlng wu btd this mornlnr that his stntuo wan liodly placed ill tho lbs representative of lb mountain coun- by tbe National Iteform I'rcss Association, at if tbe Charleston is on the tight track, on still water halt an incli thick. Honr. Vkach, a coal miner, met with. I'or psriiianent lecrelary. J is seriously interTURNED BLACK. snd the mountain men. Parts salon, smashed It Into atoms. "Aiaiitant aecretarlea. Oreen R. hellar and ties ballot was taken and It was announced that which Dr. M. A. MrCune, editor of the Nation- much later than Saturday, and will tinued dry weather a horrible death at Spottsvllle, tho othA Tentho crops In Central It Is said that a thousand barrels of & U Leigh, at arm, flobert Tjler tol Kd Corbet! bad U votes and Twango ITttf, which al Kconomlst, at Washington, D. (I, presided. doultlcss be fought off the coast ot tho fering with growth of vegetation is nt Peculiar Cat In m New York Hospital er morning by faUlnu down a coal erk-eant w, a Morgan acted ss secretary. Tbe meeting state of Jnllzco. Tho following dispatch nessee. Tho maplo syrup hare licen put on the marI abaft, a depth of aorenty-flv- o gave him the victory feet In That rioally Resulted In Death. Todd 1111. was attended by aeventy-fjirlo ninety people. and the prospect for cotton a stand-stil- l ket thU spring by a single llurllngton Mrliialh and for the re.pecmv stale cOces Edgar Thompson easily got th nomination Henry Welch, a white man, whose tho fall ho was disemboweled, nnd his .Sommitiona smongwbom were several newipnpcr itoinen. was received at the City of Mexico, Friis cspcclnlly bad. for superintendent ot public Instruction against oroer black, nnd whose case , skull was crushed so badly that the (Vt) firm. A long, skin had turned hall I nisdnln Ihe lolloomr After much discussion of s superficial nature day, from San Mas, Tcpic: s Held ol small competitors. Tnr. widow of tho Into Gen. HanI'lrat, iorDor. Mr Cummlngs. had been watched with the greatest 'f J brains oozed out THROWN OFF. At ei peeled, Ad.lamt secured tbe nomtoatloa ing resolutions! from Dakota, offered the follow- low, rakish craft is lying on and oil this "teroild, iful"naolr,'S'- cock's only son, it is nnnounccd, will by the physicians of the Presbyport with steam up and flying no colors. for clerk of lb eourtof appeals. Of bis two Tnr. following fourth-clas- s postraaj Third atlorner fenerat "llcsolved. That a committee be spiralnted Fishing boats report her ns being The United Mate! Authorities Outwitted Hatha-dahe had shortly marry Lieut William antagonists, Shaw and Martin, Ihelatter tum.d terian hospital, New York, where days since n 'Tourtb, auditor, Ily the Itntn. to report s plan out Ihe stronger, but Addams bad both managent that insttttt- - tcrs were appointed few U. S. A. "Kitlh, treaiuter. "1. To adopt for tbe Iteform Treaa astocls-tlo- n manned by a largo crew, and protected Charleston been since .May 0, died nuy years uw. for Kentucky: J. J. Rose, Flint, Calo-wa- y Tho American war-shiment and sentiment on bis Me and trtumpboJ. Ktindnv. HO was a uniform size and quality of print paper, by formidable guns. It Is explained that henvy Imports "Math. ii.urof Ih landofflrpublic laatrue- county, vice ,T. F. llelchcr, resignUsmcrnlda tton .,! nnd the Chilian .llprt u'nt ,m. ...l.t.,1. "teveolh, .uperlaienJ.nl ol snd to supply the same st the loneat net ctth preceding tho application of tho present SCENES IN DELHI. 11. M. Colvin, Jr., McKinneyburg, are lying nt anchor near the i entrance , con. ed; price. u duct whlch tariff law is thn rauso of so much gold " " FOR CONSUMPTION. Relaa of rormer l acnlllrenc and Orsnd. to the harbor of Aeapnlco, Mcr. Iho . ' KlrlHh. clcrU of It eourtot "t. To arrange for the preparation ot apM, thn liver. Pendleton county, vice J. D. Poubman, going abroad now. rur, D. Vest Knott MVoreeoinniend that slier Iht tenth billot proved and uniform weekly matter In Ihe Report to the Pari . Academy of Merit. Chilian captain soys his vessel has not tat. alt. a IiIIa resumed: , J. ... Mnrttn, Kl.lsllA HAsarrTT has resigned Si'm ror candidate for rnrm vSWi. Its ..d:dtfi re wl.loti in turn is imppicu wuu .. u.. , important as it is to tlio present Em- riieapvai anu uiuai wlrul (of., 0pclij tGr..b ' reslOTCd. cine That Uoat's lllood la Itrnnirial in called nt any American port Cmiw ine gait, necessary for digestion. clorkshlp In the United Stales district eelvlnBlbelowcit number ol eoirton thai bat pire of India, the city of Delhi In lit cutasnd cartoons. First Stage. fluently, he says, it is not probable that lle lolbedropprd.an-lonoaciurtr t "3 To provide for Urn publication of such small, .and in years of candidal court at Hon ton after IHty-un- a prcr-cti- l Prof. Ilernhclm has submitted his re- tho United prominence but leprescuu lo ,,,,4 to thc UnUea SlBtc. Portland Ce- ( tb loetl nun , r ol trole Stntes authorities will duct is very matter la Engl sli, German nnd Norsome continuous service. That the Hast Indians of this day what It has wegian. nomination b mid port to tho academy of medicine, at interfere with tho movements of throuirh the duct tho gall stones caus- ment Co. a tract of land nbout three b dropped until or dropped can ill ays reprcM-ntetears the wnlla of the duct, PlIltAliKI.I-lltIs proud Just because ' 4. To consider the best method for securing Paris, regarding experiments made to either s candidate, once, withdrawn to both Hindoo and himself or his vessel. An timesgreat pain. In Welch's case tho miles from Covington, containing twens bs plsi'a ing there aro lire liahy lions, two baby but Iltstory does not record a nnn or more central advertising agencies which tuberculosis by the transfusion of ??n,non, to AnJjour commutes aik further time lo MuM!lmiui. a capital city did not stand Him utit luhilq tu luti ur.ai i input vi gui I cure, a blood. Tho professor In this re officer of tho Hsmoralda, in reply tele-a physicians say tlio gall stone became ty acres Wan nnd one baby buffalo lu Its "too," reivrt lo lh cooieotlon si t UI and di time when put to him in tho question Fhie the dther night destroyed the pera." and tho bile, not all born In captivity. en the plain now overshadowed by the ( that fourteen patients graph ofllce at Acapulco as to tho prob- lodged in the duct, through the duct, now bulldlngof tho California Fig Sirup strong opposmon lo mess resoiuuons port soya Ulct orranitatlon." 1'uor. KssKwKLi.r.n, of Golsscn, Tlie committee on eredeslUlt nVfd until to towers of the metropolis known to the was urged, but they were finally sdopted and have fully been treated by this sys- ability of an sea fight be- being ablo to flow system, rro-- , Co., Louisville. Loss 537S.000; Light rlalms to have dlscovcrvd the bacteria morrow to mak s report. omeera as Delhi, ami to the Hindoos as the following committee appointed by the tem, and that two in tho last tween the Charleston nnd tho Earner- - wns forced through the declared KiiRlIsh . an skin insured. Tho Edison Electric etc., changing the fro Nomination foralal iksnsati cnairi ii. ii. which produces baldness by destroying Shahjchanabnd, "the City of the Sultan of Kentucky; Vincent, oiI.amb, of j.a. "vstoa,- "" Wer0 curcu- - Ten alda, said In a Jocular and rather am-- , ducing jaundice and Co. had S5.000 worth of dynamos, 0I Texas. CumW. It hett In order, snd lU.iben A. Miller ol 0em-lorn- , JeliHii. the root of tho hair, remaining number, suffer-- biguotis way: "Oh. the Itata Is already to yellow. There are but two similar in the building, which were also depresented Ih nam ol lloa John Young mings. of Dakotsi Mr. McCormlck. otKsnsat. of the hospital's record. S. II. IIiiock, chief of lite government llrown for governor. Hon A 3 Herrr noml Tho leading topic among the delegate! are lug Irom tniercuiosis, tno report uuur. out of danger. Sho has plenty of coal cases in the Nine cnpltals hnve stood on or near stroyed. square rnnnce. tranipnnntionnnd land and iiu uouU - have greatly improved under the new nnd provisions to carry her to her desbureau of statistics, predicts that corn satsd raaalui M. C1T. TheoJore Malum, of the site of Delhi, und forty-livThe wheat crop In the vicinity Coringlon, pretrnted the name el I Wat i EATEN BY LOOUST& niseusse.1 as mo eon cr- lreatll,en nn,i th! last two of the fottr- will not gii lelow forty cent a bushel magnlfl Je is very promising. Tobacco is tination.-' This remark has given riso . llardm, of Mereercniinlrt Mr It S Vaoco. of miles of ruins mark the enc '"T"! Imitation. A meeting of it e without when tho new crop Is gnthcrcil ICClt pallCmS IXHll of whom were in to the report that tho ltntu coaled at A I'rench Hturallt, AVIille InreatlKallnK also doing nicely, while fruits aro holdtho nomlni'ion ol Mr and enormous extent of tho former I.....I. t ,.,ln,ti A,..nllli.n. vui h.1.1 llemler". Ity Them. Whet Mr Vance cities. Tlirlir nro constant demands for llrown In ahnrt Situated geographically in a at II u'doekat tbo i:mery II..tcL Some plan ot an advanced stago of consumption, died sea nnd proceeded to her destination, the IVtts, la Ilrvnnred ing their own, and corn, oats etc., are ns th i purpose of tho J bix wut'iia uiivr nitriiiiiK muuinv uuiis- - while the Chilian war-shi- p women who can rharm snakes. The had flnltbed, the convention, on nvilon ol T C. position where Its Inllttrnce extended united The French savant, M. Kunckcl coming along In nn encouraging way. steamed for Tbrt-planks election of sonalors by futloa of goat's blood. Itoll, sdjnumed until 19 o clock tomorrow Ethnologlcnl The crop prospects of that section are supply Is very small, and tho wages nro Prof. 1 tern- Acapulco to throw tho United States tho president of tho over the heart of Asia, It was the Home lion morning popular vole, ciplit liour working day and re- gov8100 a week with all exjtelises paid. declares that tho goat's blood authorities off the track. society, who was employed on the of the Hast and although It is no longer ..K.M.A.l ln.n,.M.n , ..M very bright ..,11 ll t.tf Ir.la helm ernment mission of investigating tlio A Chicago Justice, of tho peace has LnciiviMB, May II. Tb eontiollon the seat of the Indian government, und dentWa Ibirn.of the New r.nglandlrdattrial treatment has an important effect in Tltrnn arc only three papers In this ' s tha first fctages of consumption, but s in and the nornK iting ipeech by the English conquerors hud Wen de- AUiaut.i. It 1. , inS.itstMAl that ttctc FIRH AND LAVA. established tho principle that a man's w locust plaguo In Algiers province, state edited by colored men. A, Me returned While ex arel.irl.lt looted by Ihe latter organiintlon, i.j, tt sjloui,i not bo used in the last A New Volcano Appe-irU'ard Is. worth S10 n handful when U'..M.tiUilnidlbal bit failure Jimeton band graded to the capital of n province, to ana W. W. Sheliiv, of Henderson, Is makIn Anneals, De. has met a horrible death. It t naa uecu uoicgaicu io stages. tnai sir amining a deposit of tho locusts' eggs ing preparations tp inaugurate a new Jerked out by mi unauthorized party. striding VIUiiRta mm rropte. the feenins txtfore lo iiomloJl.- - lie farmer' the Hindoos it still represents the ao declare tlio n. majesty nf an empire that has long After n great Sicclo says that ' at the villnge 01 Mineral no enterprise very much after the order The of 'alk on general topics the A St. Louis physician is nuthorlty farorll. Ilr Clanlr. waa brcaitt. Ilka sn OHICKAMAUQA PAP.K. .. ..1 .,,n.n 1 txxt al tindown. not -- .,! t h fnt.imin nnn mo neni ii falling lo accomplish tie ni-fanner he of tho Wheelers' proposed for tho statement that hypnotism has diearaln lh.it bad tone to conrnlloo would since paM.c.1 away. To the Mussulman delcgaN t s domneralle While sleep-fe- He proposes to convert the lower one 01 - fell asleep on tho ground. Is holr, and from the ends objoctof the mruliiitr. The Unrcasnnabto Demand nf at Marseilles from Treblzond to tho cfbeen very largely Introduced Into tho afiempllo do anything eicapl la blaionry of it also rmu im- urirgaiion. -- iii ra , w t , ,.roJ,rt ,, that a new volcnnohas appeared In ing he onas attacked by a awarm ot n Ills factory buildings on Main street every-dapractice of tho doctors of tb t mad ilarllgtil II tber. plurl la rumina- of India pilgrliunges nro made to a city inov i ntaiaioo clock morntngIigi .itarrlOTirrL 19 ale nwnkcnfng I10 struggled des-i- into n grain warehouse whero wheat from which once went forth tho detie a', andidate nt tlio summit of .1ft. Xfinrod, cus tion lor go"rnor Ik sain that city. There is Imminent danger that tho lb nomination of crees res)ccted throughout the peninsu-lu- . AtiplmJ!be"eonfer II. fluthrl win bo called In order the district of Vim, vomiting forth pcratcly. to escape from the living flood, etc., will he received for storage, the In tlio national printing ofllec, St Pe- John(Hardy. bushes Tl.o remnln.lrrof t' o af. project to make a national park of tho flames and lava. ond omierciM-uThe villages ut tho He bet firo to the insect-ladereceiving n warehouse receipt tersburg, ltusstn, document can be IlrHon. W (' Owent. ol Fcntlreuaty, seconded in- - owner ..- 1,1m .! will end . ,nase 01 ..- - iiitiumitiii t ternoon v ill I pitted ns the concnlnn t'hlcknmauga battle-groun-tl ,it- - mu.- u...., !,, tl lilv ntVnrfs nrnved The present city Is built In Orlentnl me iiutt- - l.An therefor upon which money will be printed In every known language. It tbo nomination ol Mr Clay and such Atcinc. p. in Senator I'cfter and !l, W wtl.'In n ,allurc- - The only renson is tho Utroved nnd many persons tire said to ' effectual, and when finally tho locusts style, with narrow streets will bo good collatnnd Is the most complete olllco of Its kind At tb eirt ingerttlon tie commute on I SI Fair property ia.- - lM.cn nictl or niitred. The fug!- - left tho bpot his corpse was found. M. eral in bankwhich reporlrd. Thi-- rnnim lice rcrom houses as one will see throughout tho kin, of ICuhtre. will sji'nk nt inutlc ball. ..d rapacity of or elsewhere. In tho world. , that was held at the nominal value of Blended lie teallngot the Clay deli;atlin fnim east After Shah Jehan had finished wns a member of the French nmo mern 1111 iu uui' r .pvrciivt H mere lives arc camping outside tho mnge of Herculuts Louis Kossuth, thn Hungarian pa- both Kenton sr.d Campbell couutlea. '0 tolea, The Kenton county executive comWednesday Tne conference will meet at . ?' to K0 nn acre Is now thought destruction. It ho erected They are almost entirely academy and the author of several val- mittee of the prohibition party met tho yean old. Ills eye- the llrown deleratlca from Louiarllle lorty his mejopolls granite, nround the walla 9:9ua. m. nnd triot, is eighty-ninin trttlon until noon. to bo worth 5100. S200 and over 5.100. destitute, and tho greatest misery pre- uable works on insects. sldo and on will bo returned and consight is fulling him, and other Infirm- voles, snd from Warren .ounty snj the Clsidy of ponderous lull Hie other night for tho purposo of electing Tho commission will not favor a con- vails among them. an em- Attinued until lotion snd Tho Turkish govmen from I'lanklln. et cnlng ities remind him that he Is nearlng his eountlea. Tlio work ot Ihe commit! Jeneison of the HIver .Itimna constructed the apofficers. Tho following wero chosen: Murderous Work of Apaches. was redemnation process and ns they are dis- ernment has taken measures to aid tho The n'ghl meetlnjnt mutlc hall will bo bankment which gavo the city earthly goal. Nnt Wldttum, a rancher on liluo lfrndford McGregor, chairman; Jnmes ceived by the convention with rrlntled feelings pearance of lielng strongly fortified on by benntor Donnelly, of Minnesota, gusted w ith the spirit shown they will, sufferers. river, north of Clifton, AriA, was found Hlggans secretary und treasurer. Mr. Justice 1'tH.t.En, of the supreme of satisfaction and dissatisfaction. and others. unless equitable prices aro madet report )rted In the every side. Although these fortificaThn committee en retoluilous if A reception to tlio drlegnb a till bo given at The Esmeralda Expects Help. dead In his cabin by two men named Hlggans was also elected to represent court, has n graver air thon when he adversely upon the plan. This disposisince modern now the Ilclletuc El Universal, the only Mexican organ Fritz and Hoyles. He had been shot the county organization nt the state went on the lionrh, and he has shorn eteolnr lbs followlnif platform, ,wbl(b was tions 00 would useless breach at any Thursdi) Ttiohouto. with "III tion was the subject of a two hours' confert-ncadopt ed In session. make o nrtlllery so far made any mention .of through the body. Ids cabin had been convention to he held nt Louisville. tho long and curling looks that hung to "We Intltt that tariff reform Is the pars point in a few moments they were two Thurt lay nlRhl lion A J. Warner, of Cilo, conference Friday nfternoon. Any fur- that has W1111.1: fooling whero he did not bethe nrrivnl of tho Ksmcraldn at Aea- pillaged, and his horses guns and sadhU shoulders then. mount queatloa before tbo American people, will ii. :irrr in dlri'ti nn tho silver qu ther steps will probably Iw tlofer red. centuries ago considered marvels of depnlco, says that in ndditlon to the Ksdles stolen. The murder is believed to long tho. other morning, Henry Edman- Six miles off the Ladrono Islands in and denounce the McKlnley bill aa thn most fensive work, and rendered Delhi ImIn tn memters of tbo pren mcraldn other Chilian warships are ex hnvo been the work of Apaches. ston, who is employed nt tho Addyston tho 1'aclllc Ocean, a ltuvstuii vessel took outrageous acheuie ot laaitloo eeer patted the pregnable to the attack of any foe then Demolished With Dynamlto. tbo American rongrett. It hat Increated and ritilin deli pit t pipe and steel works, Newport, had sounding n few weeks ago nnd found a burdens already too great upon the necttarlet likely to come against it Tho circuit Tho house of Daniel Morgnn, a quiet pected at Mexican ports. A telegram Does ThU Meant What m depth of five, miles tho deepest spot yet cd life, and reduced taira on luiuilst that are of the walls Is over seven miles, and and reputable citizen, three miles south ! from Guatemala states thaUi schooner T.n I'rn.cn rt lVirls. nnnollllCOS tllllt tl three fingers of his left hand crushed THE EVIL EYE. irpusfo having iwuil molt able to bear them It has mad ciltlenca found lu any ocean. tha badly 1n a cog 'wheel that amputation' ctT,il nnrlt- gates nnd live A strnni;- - Miprratlttmi of thr Turk snd of Oak Grove, Ma, was demolished by captain just nrrit vii vessels under lull .n,,lM,ni earner la there are seven great for every farmer and wa I nn explosion of dynamite Thursday two strange looking Wllll.K n bride wns nrntyVtl ill her harder in fcrdrr that Ih proCIs ot the rconop-ollr- t smaller entrances through the walla the Russian will be necessary iu.tm. thn land ftirslriiti. night. It U not known who perpctru-t'- d sail proceeding In it southerly direcPaducah has n. law which forbids a may be Increased It robs the into tho city wedding finery In tho presence of !100 and trust government nnd the Chatellernut Arms Tho Corslcans nro not the only people tho outrage. Mrs. Morgnn's collar-ln- e tion. guests at Koyport, N. J., she received n many lo enrich the lew. snd does noi sopen a factory, by which the plant of tho fac- railroad train "to stand on a street crossIn general tho streets are not prepos- In the world who lieliove in thn evil eye, butbelol wheat or t'ngt wns broken and alio was otherUnleslr&ble Immlsrants, nntfl fnm the groom that ho couldn't marketolfor a tingt contrast with It, tbo policy sessing, being, with two exceptions, tory and its employes are at the abso- ing "five seconds." The cyclone refor tho Turk is so affected by It that ho wise Injured Mr. Morgan was badly lo polk barrel Up to tills time, since the lstof April, lute disposal of Kussia, who has given cently caught a freight train on n'cross-lu- g lio present as his wcddlngclothe didn't nl drover Clctcltnd and JohnO. CarlUle. which narrow and overshadowed by the proth nks it extends Its Inlluencesto what- Injured, though not fatally. His two ami so blocked the track with debris alHiut 100 undesirable immigrants have an order for 8,000,000 rilles. etpendlture, jecting second stories of tho houses. ever animals lielong to him. Stringent fit him. would discourage uanecessary w shut it could move neither way, und obTill: foreign steamship owners are j.rot.de all needed revenue, cheapen whit tbe There are, however, two iHinlevards coral nro Mild on tho streets nnd said to children escaped unhurt, but a stepson been debarred by the Inspectors nt New through a Mary Anderson Done With the Stage. buy and uprn lb market of the world In structed the street for three hours. In nut at nil pleased to have the mmigration wider than even most European nn be a preventive ngainst the evil. It is was blown twenty yards fence. Ho York. The number Is not largo, but It of our latins and factories friend consequence the railroad company vvas Mrs. Antonio De Navarro, is large enough to servo ns n warning olllcrrs Inspect their cargoes ot im- products Auicrlcun streets, nnd nn these some of vi ry ruriotiK to sec the donkeys, crowds tree top and lighted on a Ihe ITnllrd fltate "llrroi.-nit..iIhe 'act that to all steamship companies to be care- states, has titirchaseil a house at Tun- - lined for tho lnvoluntaryoffcnse. they land, but the ad- Is lUe greatest silver pioluclng counlrylnths life principal buildings of tho metropolis of which nro found In the streets, with was not badly hurt migrants ministration is In earnest nliout this world, and that both cold nnd tllrer were equal- arc located Tho leading attraction to strings of cum! twisted In their tniln. ful about bringing over pnssenger bridge Wells Eug. It is her intention j Cn..r statistics for thefpast year- rely tho money of the contiitution from the beKentucky Demoerstlo Convention. whom they will be compelled to tuko to make this her home. Speaking ol turned to the htato auditor by county matter. stranger is the Imperial palace, at When he gets in 11 violent rage the very ginning of Ih Ilepublir unltl the liottlle and the John Yottng llrown, of Henderson, tho rumor that she might return to tho assessors, show a total of 16G,8M,0Go worst thing that n Turkish gentleman was notninntt-- by the. democratic state back. irtvrir.vr will lo erected shortly Iraudulent legitlation nf Lie republican party the end of the principal boulevard. "1 havu no pounds of tobacco produced In Kenfctnge, 'Klur Mary" says: i In Tiilllugen, in tho Illiieh lirvst, tn sgsinit ainer n.in uii.tjl) .atricttj tb; pa!ti' was a va&t mass of can 3chan's in iioithoy wmi is uia Coninl Corto Had Better Oo. governor; M. C Alford intention of ever acting again. 1 huvo tucky last season, Christian county medium f the rountry. and feeling buildings constructed nt an enormous tnltingawny of tho jewels which pro- convention, for of "Tho Max Scheekenburger, nutlior Mayor Shakespeare has written to governor, find people demand lending with 0,7.10,500 pounds. This toWatch on tho Ithlnc." Tho fund for this Ibat Ih great luteiol of tbe cost for the walls were first built of tect him from 0 evil eye, for In thli if Fayette, for lieutenant for attorney Gov. Nichols requesting him to nsk of retired forever." Wwlu 1mCJT fjr uie In the rhnnnelt of trad tal was an lncrcaso of 2,0tO,SM pounds I $0,000. and contributions an. mnrblc, way he will give him over to all kinds V. J Hendricks, of Hell, purpose Secretary of State limine tho recull of Expense of Canadian fiovernmeat. and commerce, wetend'ronr fralltnd to tho granite and then overlaid with general, on Friday. Halnnco of ticket over the preceding year, nnd tho lnrgcst still sidlelted. Oemocratt in the last enncrett for their ntmoit nt every available point carved Into of cruelty nnd tho possession of the deItalian Consul CorteV exequatur l.y Estimates for the flnnnclnl year lie nominated on Saturday. single, crop since 1831, when the total bniitcs In fator of tho of wondrous benuty. Tim mon In the markets bits of coral nro will Two Japanese mining engineers on nnanlmout tnle N 30. IK), were introduced in the president on tho ground thnt ho Thohempcrop 220,117,027 pounds. of ailtersnd demand retlorallon Impel ial quarters served the purpose of In free roln-igtraveling among tho coal mine laid among tho purple grapes or green has outlived Ids usefulness, and Is no j the Canadian parliament Monday after was1b00 nirurcgated 12,415,358 pounds; The Hontserat Carried Ho Arms lfore the law given n ' citadel as well as of a palace, for the vegetables with the hope, that good Pennsylvania studying American min- to Ihe position longer acceptable as a resident of New noon. iilO ttltUl Ulliullllt ii.. ... of The steamer Montsernt, which has tnllbrour (albeit hay, 213,470 tons; corn, 42,110,03" bushing molhods, which they doslro to The Orit vote 830,031,001, a decrease of 5302,000 umU'r els'; f n 'rnor wi then ordered. principal buildings were enclosed by n luck will come to them nnd they will been loading n cargo of cereals und Orleans. 8,504,700 bushels, and outs to thfi development of tho coal tulit stood: llrow fss," CUyJMV Clardy great wall, the gate ways through which bring u nlgher price, innnily enough, prut Islons nt San Francisco for Chili, year. Tho principal item is tho 3, Oil-- wheat, Hack Brokon by a Fall, 729 bushels. !) Ilintln IMV Wli IUH stowingmor-ol were protected by outworks, towers nn Egyptian connects a woman with left Friday nfternoon. .Watch was Mike Donahue, nn employe 01 tho J. last debt Including sinking fund, of Japan. public mi io th The other morning Allien Wyatt, bridges and a moat Though at pres- any suffering that may coino to hl-- j maintained over her to the last by cus- L. Hudson Clothing Co., Newark, O., $11,73.1,09!). Pun vi pence, It. I , has tho ohiest act- tin row. colored, had his right leg caught beent insignificant ns n fortification, it eyes. If they nelio or hurt ho looki toms officers that no arms or contra- fell down stnirs in the Chronicle block In the country, ing and active banker The Kipper Indlctsa. tween the bumpers on a freight train, Tie contenllon mnde the great emperor secure In the out for a I londe woman named Fatltna, band goods might bo shipped. Louisville Mir 'I his Is Ell Aylsworth, who, lit tho age Sunday afternoon, breaking his neck. Ameer Ilcn'Ali. otherwise "Frenehy aud horribly crushed. short. r a'ter nine o'clock this mornof a turbulent capital, nnd moro begs from her n bit of bread and inon paper midst nf ninety, knows Donahue had just returned from No. I," the Algerian who murdered old me, Tiikiii: aro now thlrtyce ren persons once, by Its strength, prevented formation as to where he will find sli President's Trip Ended. sight, un'd Is un crtcycloimHn of finanand had evidently been drinking. Carrie llrown In the East HIver hotel. In the Covington jnll nwnVtlng trial In lliecullve rommltleemen from the severil than showing at the ouUct moro Fntlmos, that ho may ask th Hnrris-ooutbreaks lv und party nirlvcd Ho hul a room fn tho third story. President cial Information. indicted I tho u. S. court for moonsnining, or districts were announced at faliof First W,rL; !lv. wus Vw . Third; their futility. II (1 Park, fiecpnil fry lYiday, ending his trip samo fitvom of eiioh. Fortunately In ttnshliifiitm TlIK dime savings bank Inventors are by the gnui'I jus v foe murder lu tho I belling liquor unlawfully. 'sl'h-"- i J IMth.r T.,r walker. A Quick Ocean Trip. Tim sticet sprinklers do their work they do not all have to be blont s MUth nnd to tho Pacific coast The disrow lighting out their rights to priority It Ixinc- Rlilh,1'ci.rtb Mtoil f'Bth. 5. O. well, They are watched by a chief and n wise Kgyptlnn father, hoeing th t tance tint eised In tho thirty days was Tin: follow postmasters wero The new steamship illsmiirek made, first degree. of claim In the luw courts, and thu law- Bharpt Klghth, I. W. M. Iec .v Mb, a H. for Kentucky the olhcr day; Italy Kestricl EuilKrallou. The president tha trip from Southampton to ov yers nro making a harvest that will J'oynU Tenth, II It. Van r.r.eti I eventh. O. with a sword, and whenever a sprinkler value of the name, Is apt to jjive t ten thousand miles. Tho Italian government has Issued W. If. Callls. Abbott, Trimble county, falls to tlo his work properly ho Is rush- one of his daughters, so there are plen" ' made one hundred and forty speeches. York in blx days fourteen hours and need the emptying nf thousands of lit- A. Denham. fifteen minutes beating the Inside rec- instructions restricting the emigration vleo W it. Morgan, resigned; N. Webb, The bapollng lor (roteri'er. tin br- ng ne:e s ed off to prison. They carry tho water of l'ntlmasWhether the tle safes to satisfy them, nominate, tetti.tcit: Another Indictment Against Cooney. Nesbit, Floyd county, vice U Clark, of minor " "10 I'nlted States. ord of nil other vessels. in big skin hags placed on the back. maiden makes eyes stiff r ir are coming to ssry to Tin: fact that Italians rrop ntitor. S, J. Powell, Peoples, Jackson John Cooney was Ftlday ugnlti InWhen the country mall leaves Delhi not, who can r.ay? Very often sin- dernte of 1,400 per Itrown... A Marine Battle. J4 this country nt the UnmljrantJ With Small-Poresigned; 8i Clsj vice people of that Clardy. . .. IMH it looks like a lot of bachelor squatters lights them and very ofteif she deceive dicted by tho grand jury for attempting Two Italian immigrants Infected with An engagement took place at Pisagna cotirty.Kldd, W. A. Spenee, Owsley week hlinufl that tho lSi Hardin to bribv jurors, at Xew Orleans. Tho Tntvolen.' liest. . F. in the writcrn states on the move, them- - m probably she does her duty TIIIHD USIIOT -- .'tween tho opinion of insurgent fleet country do not share the arrived In Now York Satur- on Sundnj resigned grand jury then adjourned till Tues- small-pocounty, vice P. E. Mlnst-rJH't llundles hang from sticks over the N. V. him. llrowMS Clay Premier Hudlnl that It is n country full ClsrdT nnnd the government torpedo vessels. day and wero ordered to hospital. day. . . IMli tHi llaid'n The works of tho Kensington Art shoulder, nnd occasionally ono carrier of dangers for Immigrants. rni'iiiu nt I hit. Tile Co., Newport, was broken Into by will havu it bundle on each end of the FUNNY LITTLE FOLKS. The Kind Wanted Here. Thousands Viewed the nanglng. A Fruit Trust. SI5 Gen. Ajhii Daily, of New York, Is llrown S Cat. ,., sftck. K. V. Journal. At Trenton, Gu., nineteen miles sonic, II, Francis, thieves tho other night; goods to the Arlsteed Croncbcrg. nn ordinary lookJlardm For the past few months ono of tho few remaining survivors of Card)' Pkpaooouk "Can you give me of Chattanooga, ltuftis Mooru was pub ing Immigrant, wus landed ut the largo who represents a syndleuto of English amount of n, thousand dollars wa rinn mtt.0T tho last wnr with England. Hoist A Vagarious Cat. sentence Illustrating tho difference Hcly hanged, shortly after noon, Fri- ofllce Sunday, en route from Helgiuin capitalists, lias been endeuvorlng to taken. .... Clav t'.'l llrown nl years old nnd receives only Jo per month Clardy mind and matter?" Tommle IM A lady In Cincinnati has a wonderful Hardin I'l Is the circuit court at Muysvllle tho day, for tho murder of Henry Slay on to Ashvllle, N. C, nnd when asked if he of California to from tho tension bureau for Its sa- "Yes, slrl When I don't mind, pretty JuuoUI, 1800. The trouble originated hod any money he produced n roll of persuade the result of his lubors tho trial of Alex Johnson, indicted for SIXTH DAI tOT. cat named Dick, t combine, milking nrrcsU in nrown CM ... TllKV linvo begun tssij CU)'. . kill, rehas hrcn Inthehabltof soon they's sutliln' th' matter." gacity. Co. has incorpor hhnotiiiL' his wife with Intent to I.. .!. about a woman, who wus Moore'h par., !A0 nnd S100 bills amounting In all to California t aiint-rlc. ? .HIV! I'fU Hardin Philadelphia for docking horses' tails. Clardy onu TKACiTKn taking crumbs from tho taute and shak"Tommy, can you give me mour. Slay was shot twice mortally. 810,000. apitul stock of S!,000.000. suited in n V. , ',' ," ated with tldllill PALlOf. tho subject ....-.i There Is no special law on ui- ing them on the ground outside, so that a sentenco in which but Is a conjunc- It is estimated that n crowd of 5,000 JWV . t 4 Ctoy... llrown He Hid Nerva. The new ctntil anv comprises nbout two- - 'penitentiary. in Pennsylvania, but tho offenders are Clardy ...... ': snnltv the birds cm feitst therefrom. The cat, tion?" Tommy "See tho goat butt witnessed the execution of tho murW; llaidln canneries In tho state, commitlaw laborer, Michael Ilranno'i, thirds of the to bo prosecuted under the general MNTII lltl LOT. meanwhile would ambush Itself, nnd, nt the boy. llutt Is a conjunction nnd derer. Tiikiih is to be gnind rally of the ted suicide nt Independence, Mo, by against cruelty to animals. jvi liny,.., suit the oppottuno moment, pounce upon connects the Iwy with the goat" llrown Farmers' Alliance at Grand Klters.Jnly A Consrenman's aeneroslty. lying down between the two .... IMIi llirdlu . The Vlcttm Escaped. lT Hon. L. L It Is explained that Minister Porter Clsrdy the bird and a seasonable meal. Tho Hrooklyn Eaglo. Congressman I J Holden. has offered ;l The tiatloiutl president, TZMII HAI.IOT. of the engine so that his neck At Montrose, W. Vr, Perry Thomphod applied for u leave of absence from good lady tried to break tho cat of the CM to Syracuse. N. Y., Polk. Is expected to be pr .'sent nnd othClay A IJTTI4J girl born on the 20th of son, for robbery, wns taken by a mob wns placed across tlio track llrown. ........- . unbuild nnd When tho to his post In Italy before tho existing of the order will also Hilt habit, but her efforts woro of no avail. February Clsrdy llanlln. mother said to her to be hanged, but while they wero engine started his head was severed a library und art building worth $150,- er noted speakers it,.vr-ri- i pleasantness. This will enable him to Bti.tor. Sho then resorted to other means, but "Mamma, If I hud been a year older . attend. 000. SODS-completely from his body. 51 quarrelling over details ho escaped Clay put an nttnehu In charge of cnrreul llrown with no success. At last she discontinCounty Ji'dok P. P- Johnston, of and tliero hadn't boon nny 29th of Hit Clardy. ..... S90-affairs without rerlons embarrassment Ilardlo Illegal Linllns or Immlsrants. ruled that Clardy wsa ued tho practice of throwing out tho February in that year, wouldn't I have Lexington, has resigned from the bench Tho chair iiukkiy Flooi lu New Mexico. Jaw Yawned Out or Shape. PresiAi.mon Fii.iioiiK, n nephew of crumbs for tho birds. The cat, seeing been born at nil?" At New York four Immigrants havo on account of press of duties as presidropped. Sheriff Luna, of Valencia county, N. P.obert Desehwelnltz, jr , of llethlo-they were allowed Twrtrnt nAt.iyT. dent Millard Fllmoro, cnrrlcs un that Its dally meal w os not forthcoming, Maviha "You naughty girl! You've hem, Pa., when ho arose on Thursday M reports over 2,000 people homeless made nfllihu Its that dent of the Trotting association and ex. Sills Clay - M gold watch which llrnwn open-facrentered tho house, purloined a piece of eaten overy cooky there was on the morning, stretched himself nnd yawned In Ids county on the oust bank of tho to bind nt tho pier from the Anchor lino ecutive committeeman In another. at Hardin Kug-lls- h ol Homo before being broad from the table, scattered it over plato. belonged to his uncle. It Is an prosperous farmV. IIkiiiiv. was dropI told yon you might have so hiinl that he dislocated his jaw A Kiu Grande opposite Los Nonas, the steamship Cll The years np.o ped chair unnounrcd that Hardin examination of the er James lover aud soventy-flvtho ground nt tho accustomed feeding three." Llttlo Edlth-"Y- esi residing near Jlroutlwcll, Harrison but didn't ' of the county. Their houses submitted to the had to be procured to set It eoutity-sen- t wrs. ' Oberne says county, drowned himself by walking Amid much exc lenient tho thirteenth ballot pluee, and awnltetl results ucninci a tree, wus probably ono of tho most vntunula tell mo which three, so I had to eat all He keeps his mouth shut now. ucs.-nsmi crops have liecn destroyed by tliu immigration of J was begun llwai orldcnt In a fo mlnulea Soon the birds appeared nnd the cnt se prosecuted. w wotthcsln America. Into a" putid on Ids place. He was about work, and will be tuoro Hood in tliu Itlo firamlc, Tho river Is the company to lie sure to get tho right ones." vnto was going In llrown, welnltzisnt that tho Manila WllK.v tho president passed between though not en matte. Kicli voto for him wns cured ono of tho sparrows. Chicago now slowly fulling. evenly years of nge und ibject to enl. A lady found a young- careful of his yawns. Striking Miners to Reiuma. tho long lines of spectators to witness enthusiastically cheorod, delegates mounting Times. on the street "What's the ster crying Advices received Monday from sever and handkerfatal ImlUtlonof Buffalo BUI. Cnnvlnclng Proof, "Are you sure matter, bubby?" she asked. And bub- - j i'iil-- l.milsville denoslt bank haa Bishop ot Georgia. tlio launch of tho Monterey at San chair und waving hntK canct tho latl counfrenty aboumled . wbllo . At Indianapolis Sunday night, whllo al localities in lowu wimru miners- havo . u,lmisslon to Hid onxtr- Francisco, Viero was heard tho clicking chiefs yet to the called, wl.en Hon. Kev. Thos. F. Gi.ylor, chancellor of the author Schmlerl Is really recon by answered "How would you like to (' Ow- that lie ty bail ,,' 0,.lln t ..i.Uut ion lMWIg a number of colored boys wow play In,: , been on a strlki-- "0 to tlio effect, that Yes, 1 am sura of wear your pants the university of tho south, nt Setvanee, of many gun lochs, that startled many ens, of rkotl. the stanch friend of Mr. Clay, oiled with his wife?' d brother's Johnson -- hot operators are ftl'out to rcsumu work. cent, of the mpltal (s retuls what he writes and ho cut down, so tbe bag of the knees came Tenn , has been elected bishop of "HufTulo lllll." Lewi lm.-i-l, veterans. It was not tho cocking of roKo und withdrew the tatter's ntmo.anil inoveil It for Is out ',h usual """ n"1 "". M'r tilt) liillif nnd bfore th- Iho MuSa, howerer. It was In mike Urown's nomination unanimous, tt t.st tvjiHf she cooks." Fleigvndo Mut out st your anKi?" Georgln by the diocesan convcnWr of Timnth7 tlntcjt In tho guns by ipui.-in' loohed'for ' outpnt of v,sl anmo iiilnuli't before the genernl cheering g w.i Wi,WJlev5lr.hlsl.Vtn. p erely the iioImi of kodak fiends press-jue protestint Episcopal cf..trct ter. aud uproar coal J ki 'ven partuil; ijulited. 0 the button; tho president did tho rest. n. II. C. Airnrd llrrrlf r tin. Nomination for 1 nt ll-T- Mr. llrown was then brought on tba stand, whore ho received sa ovstlon, returned hi thanks, e i lolled ICentueky snd the Democratic ptrty, snd retired. Mr. Clay was next brought on to address thi tumultuoua multitude, II thanked his follow ers, and counseled harmony, snd put la a plea for ths reputation of tha corporation Influence! which bad accomplished his defeat. Dr. Clardy addressed the convention briefly, e too, telling bow he had mado tb race ss of tlic farmers' Interest, nnd notwith standing the trampling underfoot which ths doctor snd the farmers had suffered, he still wanted the farmers to bq gathered Into the democratic puty, Tho voto on the deelllva ballot sioodt Drawn Gathering of tho Delegates to the) tlonal Union Conference, All the Central Mates Well Itrprrarnte Tim lleform I'rrst Association 1'nas Iteanliittons, IlalB A THE ESMERELDA Jnst Ontstde Aeapnlco, And l KENTUCKY STATE NEWa.- - dispatch received from Acapulco ays: The Chilian cruiser Ksmcrclda Btered this port Wcdnestlny ond sailed Mn Tiiursdar. huverulof heroflicerti kro ashore, and used tho wires and ue vnrious Innulrics regarding the tlon of the United States, showing at they had been informed at the cruiser Charleston hail en pur-AIn sent of tho lt llll.,l Tn lt Will, tr.r. Onoe Moro Winter!! Ohllllng Bls-at- a Arrive, Monday ment reel Completing-th- Damage Ily Its Delayed Appearance-Ear- ly Fruits ami Vegetables Clone. e that tw from-A-- o "rX:'.:t z.::.":.;,::7. ,":z:. .... "'", ' J. KThi2 - ' . I rrt. ho' s lea-tor- tM ! i corn-plantlti- "; s'nffl'-clentl-y patch to tho effect sailed southward ley evening, leaving rt. 1 here was no sa. The prcsttmp- Charleston's com- stlsficd that tho r'Acapulco and has It U estimated ecn steaming along sots, and, as she wm Friday night, she i have been Just off "S Into, she had two ho Charleston when aln in pursuit Sun- kbout the tamo lead alio started from tit docs not appear At Lexington I.Uzlo George, after' hnrled at her by her dodging n, husband, threw It back with such good aim ns to bury the blade In his skull. Ho will die, A X.UXATIC was lodged in Jail at Lon caster the other morning who was ar rested by Sheriff Ifoblnson and a posse of men on the Kentucky river the night before. Ho has been n great terror to that section of tho country for several days, and i& his wild ravings wanted to. slay the most lnoffenle. persons. Cut. liAitnr Inkes" Todd Is dead at Frankfort from injuries received a week years of befovc. He was seventy-thrc- o age, and was a grandson of Harry Innes, one of the first settlers of Frank- htehl . - -- a -- htw J -.... - y ,'f - iotx.. I lhenln. slt ..... Bn7Bra it t. Teias.... man-of-wa- iJ .. ,., ",' ririJ sutnl ! p man-of-w- "JV., ... a ..,,!..Wli I In8 1 .,' t' a,. pit-- H' fr e ""' tn., I Hcr-cula- ls 1 s I s ben-et- t nl ii -.- hkh' y et I.nnd-Ow- y . 1 m-- I d- -. .r n -- land-owner- $M Vs . 1 . IVIday-IItriirs- lon ct n,n, .... ilm-lnp- I ;l -I- 11 ( - t tiin-iiii'i- lace-wor- k op-pl- y ft-- uiU lts , ij, gilt-edge- d Ills-Iri- 'iex-ltcn- fo.-hi- I'm . - Kngltsh-speakin- g - 1 m -- x , Iit lS well-know- s .... '''" ur-ii11 - . 1 v 11 dtlve-whee- ls l'i . ' 11 o sui-cen- - D , I long-leggo- """" i ''' J 1 o SSkTts ttev! ,tatiaiiMi'' !' - "' s'- - sv : M, K --A taggariSgl !' mmmijmiimmmmatmmmmmsmkm WffiSE IBI ' V Mm. II ii -- . III MM III II II IP. MflW X 'T wwwiwwmmnn tiimwanitwtwuwiiw jtm which is 5i 'JW- - mi, JSak npMvia Ever sliown in this Market. It also an elegant line of TltlMMHsG H Havo 54 KB APi 7 NOW on E33s:li.iT3itioa3L I''cn5 everybody!" paiim odT n iii i ii mi ri'rwwwfrmwn i T&cxsjv c ca is a trito saying that " mm SILKS the largest in the City. In HATS can GENTS FURNISHING GOODS AND CLOTHING, bIiow you in nil tlic different similes. To be convinced of the fallacy of this, yon liavc onlx to examine- my Stock. Can show you n handsome line of LADIES' FINE SHOES of the celebrated Hrown-Desnoyors ass tlxo Largest jaxici Grrctxicio fc Lriro,y My DKESS GOODS DKPAUTMKNT will be found to contain nil the Novelties of tliu Season, llttvo Would call uttention lo my Hue of Shoo Co's make, which ilcvcr fails to tfva satisfaction. something Nobby, and .something that will please you. CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, Ac I hnvo a largo stock of theso goods, and am prepared to mrtko some very GLOS.H FJQUJUCS on them. My Goods were bought Strictly for Cash, consequently I can give you the very lowest prices to be had. Give mo a call. 22 Prr'!. n. r. JiHiMix, EC. THE HICKMAN COURIER, HICKMAN, KY., FRIDAY, : : : : .A. 11IMMV.VM I'ur th lllckiiitn Contlfr. 1ST TO NomvviT' Candidate for Ncimtor nnd ItcnrcscHlHtlve 1801. MAY 22, FOR HTATK RENA1WR. At Fulton. July 2nd Pre cinct. Primaries on last, and by unanimous rote de cfded on calling n Convention to nominate n Democrntio onndldate for State Senator, ami also a can didate to represent Hickman nnd Fulton counties In tho Lower House. The precinct primaries nro to be hold Saturday, Juno 27, commencing at 2 o'clock p. in., nt tho usual voting places in their rospectivo precincts, and ouo del - ,L Jkkjfw vm egato for each 25 Democratic vet Kka7 W ore is to be elected, or selected, to attend a Delcgato Convention XT to assemble in the city of Fujton, on Saturday, July 2, which Con For Governor vontion will nominate a caudidnto JOHN YOUNG BROWN, for State Seuator and for Repre of Henderson. soutatives. Fur Lieut. Governor Tile Democratic vnto for Grover M. 0. ALFOUD, Cleveland in 1SS3 is Used as the of Bell. basis of representation. For Attornei'Gciieral Tho Courier has not yot boon furnished with tho call oflleiulb, W. J. IIKNDKIOK, but will in due time publish tho of Fleming. same, with full details as to bow For A utlitor the primaries are to bo couductod, L. 0. NORMAN, and liy whom. of lloone. There is ample time for this publication to be made in the Doners For Treasurer . or the District. 60 that cvory voter II. S. HALE, may Know nnu understand exactly of Graves. everything about it. Thcrfore, For lletjitUr Isinil Office there being ample time, why may W". S. not the people, all elements of tho SWANGO, Democracy, attend these precinct of Wolfo. urimaries nnd mako their preferFor Supt. J'ublic Instruction ences known. Tho old objection ED. PORTER THOMPSON, ngalust mass conventions at tho of Owen. county seat aro now removed, and each Democrat can go to bis preFor Clerk Court of Appeals cinct voting place without the loss ABU AM ADDAMS, of much time. If your nmciioico of Hum's oti. happens not to bo n c.mdid.Uc, under this call, amplo time it given Tub Stale ticket is a good one to secure such candidacies as mav even if wo'iins do have to tuke suit you. Swnt)Ko,nndgiveupTotu Corbett K.xocon to ronxKxn it. Tub state ticket is n good one, Tho most important provision possessed of brains, beauty and ugliness, and this couibiuatiou of the new Constitution is that always wins. wherein voting by ballot, and by John Young Brown will make a secret official ballot, furnished a Governor of whom all by public authority, is substituted irrespective of party for the antiquated method or viva politics, will be proud. voce voting. Kentucky is the onSwango, the nominee for Regis ly civilized community on ter, who bent "oar Tom " is a globe where viva voce voting the is member of the Farmers' Alliance, still uiniutaiued. This changenlone aud said to be a splendid man. is enough to commend the new Young Brown is the first Constitution to all lovers or freo John governor furnished by tho "penny-rile- " institutions. As a necesnary nd- district since 1851; at which junct to voting by ballot, regis lime Oov. L. W, Powell was elect- tration Is provided for and mado ed to the chief magistracy of Ken- compulsory in all cities and towns of 5,000 inhabitants nnd upward, tucky. aud left discretionary with tho The Courier endorses the Legislature an to voters in eumller nominees from "eeud to eend," places aud rural districts, where but partisan as it is it places con- registration is less necessary. science ubovo party, and there wero doubtless somethings about A I.AJCV HAH'K rilll.OSOI'HY. the Stuto Convention that a good AtchWoii Olub. coiiBcionco could not approve. Loafers are as n ruio so Thk Democracy or Kentucky, nnd busy peoplo so cross, in the formation of its platform it seems to prove that the Lord nnd tlio selection of Hon. John novor intended peoplo to work so Young Brown ns its standard-heare- r in the Gubernatorial con- hard. test, abuudantly sustained itself. Tiir camimiox or The best thing Mr. Harrison The Democrats of the country aid on his whole trip whs the last: "Our journey has been at- have many important battles to tended with h great deal of labor, fight this year and we are glad to flIHi out of it nil I think I burn n see evidence that these contests MRUor sense or the perfect unity of oar tiemitn vm nf tt..t. ..,...... nro to bo fought with Jgor. The me ouo patriotism." campaigns widen will tnKe place number John 8. Ray, the doleated can- in aconductedof tlio States are to with tho utmost didate for Attoritnv.finnnrnl. la be the most eloquent nnd powful or vigor by tho Republicans and it nn oi ueimicK.v's nno orator, u behooves Democrats to underho had only made one speech in stand that their opponents will l'ultou county nil the waters or contest every inch ground. the mighty Mississippi couldn't They lealie that if of thoare beatthey hnvo prevented Fulton county en this year in Massachusetts, Democrats from instructing for Now York and Ohio their defeat lilni. in tlio gieat conflict of 1892 will bo This is nn off year, yet tho (insured mid that it will be imposelections that are to bo held in sible to rally their party for anoththe full will uttract general ntten-tinn- . er national victory. They are mill nn ilnnht mnnli admin. at work in those and other ennco will attach to them. Ken States and thoy have not given up tucky, Ohio, Iowa, .Maryland, Now hopo of canning every doubtful Jersev. Now York uml Mncsn. State. It would be foolish for chusotts nro to eleot governors any Democrat to suppose becnuso nnu some or them legislatures. wo wero mote than 800.000 votes Kentucky, Now York mid New ahead of them last fall that tho Jersey will, of course, go demo- Republicans are hopelessly beatcratic, but Iowa, Ohio and Massa- en. Thero was a tromoudous vote in 1800. In Now chusetts are doubtful. York nlnno Jf.0,000 voters who The Now Orleans Committee of registered in October did not go rifty has filed n report of its inves- to tho polls in Novembor. Had tigations and actions. It claims oven the odd 90,000 voted on tho to bavo discovered that ninety. Republican side In that State tho four nssassinntioiiB committed by result would have boon n RepubliItalians and Sicilians weto unpun- can success. It in hold bv the Re ished boeause of hick of evidence. publican leaders that a great maThe committee further says it jority of theso voters who did not knows nothing of tho killing at no to the polls wore members of tho jail, and brings in u now issue their party. This your thoy based upon tlio words and conduct to tiring out a full voto, and of Consul Corte, who Is scored in It is saro to say they will do a tho report. The conimiteo sug- good deal better for their candigest restricted immigration, re- dates tlmn thoy did at tho last form of tho criminal laws, and n election. This incuui a hard, hot I legalized bar association. political battlo iu November uoxt. We are authorised to announce the Hon. HENRY GEORGE, of Oraves county, The Domoorati -- jghvrincn for candidate to renreeent HtckmMi, u QrwvfB.V eounttm t Vullnn and Mate. Uariala, subject to Ibe aclton f the ties, mot "niton oirTtCBt?R' JuHC37t!i. gr 0.rta pare. vl lAtmoernMC IS COOS! Ken-tuckian- TilK latest iipwr from Chili is to the c fleet thnt tho war will bo proAIJlfTKK. longed, as neither side shows any HKI.KCTKH BY lSqi'IUKII. Tho bojr who, t twette jer old, wioh- - disposition to yield. NIic Made Him Joycrnor. rd llirre wn it war lo enable Mm lo exalt p. T. llARNUM within tlio last Inllon; who, at twenty, thought It In early life John Young Brown Ma a nerlAce lo become an aid de camp twenH years expended npwnrd of made tho most brilliant entry into nf AMntf lannr. rillifti M t.ln& ivn $;i,0tK),000 In newspaper udverti6 oriler. made ( public fo of all of Kentucky's thlt the world wa an and for JiU dlpo- - jrinPlltS, UUll llO left bolllud him a elally for lilt opening oT 60,U0O,O0O. having been ihioti of lit couleiile In bie rljtar jeare fbrtnilO then brilliant loaders ., lie wanted a union of Church an I Htalv , i elected to Consrcsnbeforo .bo 'New Aaverusements. fwas of tho ago to qualify, iuid con tinued in high distinction until HmtM btnk, and ll the people were )nol capable of ielf goTrrmnent. Header, u BINDER TWINE FOR SALE. ho voluntarily retired. For 20 atreadjr know that IhU wat Alexander Pintle Vj Kentucky Hemp 1IINHKR years ho 1ms not only not sought Ilamlllon, of whom JcfFereon eald: "Iltn officer, but would ncoopt none, llton wat not only a monarchist, but fir TWINK for rale. Strength about 75 on poundi. (iutrjnieeJ. but through this period wnBiiu earn- a niorarcb; bottomed nndcorruption." Such were the men, mote especial' J. n i.ATrua. est votinc democrat, and nt times the principle!, JellVreon JacVuon a d C52-3Hickman, Ky. making speeches in the interest of oihcm ha to conuml with, rtoia sraiJ other Democrats ns nominees. old plrlotiw ami rraiiitd that All his public life was bcfnro the republicansjotem of nixnce would nol fil INSURANCE Ve AGENCY gorrrnnitnt. birth of his 18 year old daughter, should lake form of from them, and of lemon AT to whom he is dovoted, nnd who France at a later day. Jetl'tfrnon nai I: is as much in love with her father "I am not amoug tboie who fear Oe as one oT her ngo might bo witli a people. Tbey, and.1 not ithe rich, areoir' .T V DnVQTlMI n .i n.n.nlo i"-lrc"""11"1 nnuuo, ..!...! ".,"'-- ' Tlioyonnijdnugii, j iwn""" .:'... real s " ' ' 1I,BU"l"BB tor was ambitions to seo her fti- - ';. "rT" "" '."V .iii, P rrinTiibi II(1 rt Itfo, Accident. Ho r"V" ther again in nnlilln me, n.wl tne .V. power to luc money should '.i ,,niif.iti FirO .xbe past sevora years has id ed all her taken from the bank, and reilored to Con ouf ulJ8inC8B . vtucu iu uacicuo uiock. winning ways on him to secure creis and Ibe people, lo whom It belonc John Avlsm fald. "funaini an J tnntJ his consent, no was disinclined, w Xetlcc to Tax I tain knew that ho had been so long I nerer approved, nor ayalera. ever was ' tied with our funding It The Graded Free School taiea for tliii from boforo tho public and that enrich particular inilirlJuaU. Our whol Diatrlcl, Ko. 10, bate placvl in mr other worthy democrats had come banklugsyalem I etrrabliorred, Icontiuae hands for collection. A I bare to make ' a settlement of these taxe by the ftrat cf die abhorring " to the front, and been awardod tho tu abhor, and tliall Luter on ibe tk Hint you prepai to settle ibe honors. The daughter was per sad experience, maiirs, learning more t; July, and the ringing metaaci me sistent, would t tako no denial mid of Jackson baling electrified llieni, ralilri same with nctp--al your earlint convenience, fully. t lie nenoveu wiiu ner wnoic sout umi i his .i,n.n in ir.t The.n.r T. H.Joboson.S. F C. 6.15-t- f Iter rather deserved tho distinction,! ity of the people for self government wai Mar Oib If'JI. ...... ... 11.!. ordtal ..I. T. me jicujiiu nuuiu !.. ini'1 .!.. .!. inv if he would only 1.1 y,w- .I.....I...,.be Hen, anil!..Jackton w elect' bank NlVCt't 1'otatoCH Slips. it to him consent, ed to aas second terra. Ills platform wi and with that faith that only hoMillty to the money power In lb, form' latlef, wnnlK Intntn ;ilnn to young womanhood, sho of a National bank And is seten sue- - Cl"' Bd tip, al T-- ' Mo.Maban's promised to start tho boom if he cessUe preil.iemU! campaigns the same garden at 20c. per hundred or?l..r the polar star of the Jack- - per thousand. would onlv cousont. nnd to ?ruti- - principle 5:15-11. F. FIELD. fy her, thinking It wonld stop thero, "n Democracy, llietr national platforms W. ink giving'. he playrully slgne.l a '.Sj'"A .Vatiooal...I) i.. . . . i. ' .:, his consent if tho noonln so UH.UH.K. J1K1H, '"".Y'""4 sired. Tho daughter found occa- - first time in isoo The Demoeraer bare tlio export butchor. formorly with slon to visit Louisvillo, and alono W0Q but one election since, in a penoi of J. W. Rogers, now has chargo of sho cnllod on Mr. Wattcrson, tlio1,h,r,,Jear,;1 Tht principle ., and is tho Meat Department nt M. B. ' greatt editor, showed him tho note , oess, anil rh"y'nA, ."Vi iij! C r"h. .?, Shaw's Mammoth Grocery House, i rrlM, r Brown's well nuu.ui, the rooner power is where he ill bo pleased to servo told Waiter in the saddle. When Jackson Iwd htalen his old ftieuds and customers. nfturn, nild SOU how bor i f0eJ ambition was tbe bank one of ibe great vtatesraen o( 5:8-- v. wrapped up in that consont.! '! time dtelared the eiciory incomplete ,,e t'fress ,retreating! TAKK XOTIC'K. uatiorson entered earnestii into ,he J""1'"1' " telurn jUDt,M l8 wilh htr All notes and aceounu due ins for H'JO, V11U JUUII UVtiiUQU nheliH, IIIO niDIIUD, Lot Milled br April -- Olb, will be gmu ho loved lier father well, promised l)urlns Ibe wsr for the Union, aim tl out "f lUiiu. his support, nnd tho next tiny nation was In n death struggle for life, d.ld It. II. UllBVAUD. brought the Courier-Journa- l out the money power, like a tluria-i- Jil return oi For t'lish On I for John loans Itrpwu. Thoyouuci(0 sonio iDousinus waj vrneiin. ii mitba Vglnn.ng of thll rclura girl thought tho victory won, Olld,lhe present contest now upon the Ameri-tThe reason thut D. B. Bryant Mr. Brown's astonishment ho can people. has marked down prices, aud is round his playful IlOtO to his ' Flt, the treasury note or greenbacic selling Groceries so low, is that ho ' m""1 b,e "ubNrJ' daughter ripened into n boom that mm OoTemmeni ? l1'1 could W bought- buys for cash nnd sells for cash. bonds no one ai.i stop but himself, and ha,f )ee The ,D m ,h, Nlou, Cull round and test tho difference the daughter had his written con- - taking system waslwmln due form, as between cash prices anil credit 1:1C:'01 sent and held it over his head like practiced by Hamilton, the wealiby New prices. a beautiful little tyrant. He kept' or innker, in nis uy, or which i may surace It lo say DR. S. K. his word. Ho Is tho nominee and have occasion lo notice; DAVIDSON, here that many oi he old o'lers ami pawill bo tho Governor. triots of the rerolHtioo lot tbelr all, JOHN YOlLVft iUK.ll.t. 3ST - 33 What to Buy? mix. II I .A. I Ii limit, litst JOIH IT. (Oltllll.U T, ti.ki.r. 11 ilti) KM j Y HiICEMAN B A1TK, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. KNtalillNlied I jim. aLMMCS. Paid Up Capital $40,000.00. -- I z?&,t!lX"W.r:vXr Solicits your business. Wo offer tho most Lllioral Accommodations to our Customers Consistent with Rstubllshcd ' Ranking l'riuclples. k JM I rrvTXl3ErMiHLlB - i iug,yvax'y k"aVlMmrNii?2ftEHiaEjBB sW Ui.- UllalslalsB o. BAirzr.K, A A. PARIS, iit.tvi.uk, j. w. bowf.li,, r.b. brhvard, W. A.SHLTK, DIBBOTORS. J. W. COWGILL. I woot-licar- t. U ." BICSMA1T. i . """ U-e- " "1"" W For Sore Ryes, BUT For Htf- - For Piles, mm Iuin,ikr Stna Full Stock of COWGILL'SJJYE BALVE. FlMtMTl'UK, connisting of , raver. Neuralgia and Ilheomallsm, COWGILL'S WEASEL OIL. Bed Room Setts, Folding Lounges, Centre Tables, lloclcing Chairs, Mattrasses, c. We arc aluo prepared to do nil kinds COWGILL'S H0r- - PIL2 OINTMENT. For Tetter and ltiogworm, 1 COWGILL'S TETTES OINTHENT. gtayhor Worms, Covrgill's Ploasont ,,i , oi 3FlEIDFA.IIl Give us a tall before buying. - Our prices aro a low WORK. ns of the lowest. I Wcrn Syrup OR s SATISFACTION UUAHASTtRD TIIR MOXRT RRFVSDKD. For Site by the Proprietors, CARPENTER , A : JalXI.1ll(lT'-- BRO'S, . COWGILL & COWGILL, Hickman, i fe' ."Sfiffl t' ' 'H .... 1 ....... n -- . n: : -- v : o i h 'j' , : Kkntuokv. GTHT'Ellnger, Suttmtr to R. I AMU .ilttn. ' Miu.Mit.i-inorC0OtUM1- e cirl-lik) I Books arjd Stationery, Hickman, : : : Krntuokv. BOOKS Ancl XDoalor in DRUGS, MRDICI.SKS, ruett. rJlstionery of NOT KKIT IN STOCK, order, ns'wt-pspe- every variety an! style VSl. Also, axent for tbe leading of the United titaten. STATIONFia, FANCY GOODS lrmXZ iWtifSXJ A WINKS i Q uo R 13, , j o I wl 0 3if c J. Groceries, Sl'NDRIKS, FAINTS, OILS, J1?m3' IHlSffi MHDICAh PRESCUHTIONS A SPECIALTY. Wm, aa. E. B. BSE7ARP, TrSrT'Tl" Lir jV&' s i I good-nature- ii. stuy-at-hom- e pro-pns- whilst a favored few got Tery weallhy by LUVEII THE HASIB WOMA3T. "Exception," "Funding." ' Uraumpdoo," I1ICKMAN, KFNTUCKY. sujh acts as wt bare Union City, Tenn., Mny 10. A "Assumplion," and bad since 1801 fatal shooting affray occurred at Senator Henry Vitson, of Massschu Office over Cowcill & Cowgill's Drug atorc. RIvob last nicht. Two men, Ward setts, said, Feb 13, IWI'2: "It Is a contest and Joe Rounds, who were paying between brokers, Jobbers, anj money siJe L. attention to the same woman, bad cbangera on the one on tbeand tbe jop!e IU 1 United Sinte ten a falling out and Rouuds shot aud of tbeto express the opinion other. ninety that turn W.'l irlnd Wi:t)NESI)AY and killed Ward. nine out of erery huudred of the loyal Wilt exchange Flour and all of the country are for this legal kin It ot Groceries for Corn. mrtowx IIT A WILD IIOIISK lender ctause." Feed slufl' lept on band for "ale. Fulton, Ky., May 17. News wns Judge W. D. Kelley, of Philadelphia, HELM KIRK'. received hero yesterday of a Ber-io- said: "The object of the exception clause Oo river bank, baok of Uryant's Grocery. on the greenback was lo cause lis depre5 accident that happoued to ciation, so that Ibe holders of gold could n young buy up the currency at half price and then CharlfS Davis, a man of the county. He was riding Invest It in bonds al face value." I'arlles indebted lo me, eiiher by role Air. Sherman said: "It became necesa wild uorse to fierce station come when tho animal cot scared at a sary lo depreciate the notes In order lo or account, are requested lo claims forward at once and settle, or their will be " train and became unmanageable, create a market for Ibe bonds men, whom plsred in the bands of an officer for col. That away and breaking one of Thongs Is, the great rich "Iralloroua lection Come at ones and thereby save running Jefferson called tbe Amputatiou may bo class," would nol invest In the bonds un- cost I mean what I say, his leers. JOHN W1TT1N0. less they could double their money by so necessary. L- -, . doing Speaking of Hits great wrong, old 7 .A-lilbitter tears -- A.. o OtiH readers will remember the Tbad Stereos, while shedding was the first said: "This PUVQIPAM Aflll QIIPU'PDM case or Dr. Jveiiy, ot uaiiatin, over the result,money power over the coun-- 1 inlOlbAn ftisU OUnrjCUrt Tenn., who wns suspended from victory of tbe KENrUCKV HICKMAN, try and the people." tho ministry of tho Methodist I here give since lo what is known sl rFKK3 his Professional Services to church by Bishop Hargrove for ibe llnziard Circular, written in Kntland Vthe cititens of Hickman and vicinity accepting lltcnomiuntiou for gov in 1S02, by a London banker, and address, inlb- - 8C bmkers. loour ernor from tlio prolnlmion party, ed "SlaveryAmerican to be abolished by the likely and who took nn appeal therefrom. war power, is chutl'c slavery destroy el , and Tho eoiiogo of bishops, with but Thl. I an I ni Kursnean IrieuJi aro in ouo dissontiug voice, has sustained 'favor of, for slavery is but tbe Office, Clinton St., Laclede Block, Hurgrovo's decision. The appeal labor, and carries with it the cars of the to HICKMAN, KY. while our plan Is proper will tic ncara oy tuo gon laborer; libor by controlling for capitalThin wages. eral couferenco which meets at control done by ccntrollng money. 1he Will attend promptly lo all buslnesa be can mcliU'tM) lo bis care. Memphis in 1891. great debt that cipilnllsls will ate lo, It is made out of the wur, luust to uod . I'rogrrmnine Tnr Demnrpat Jlcilitl Con means to control the volume of mooejr cit 'I'ihMkIiI. To accomplish Ii Ik, tbe bonds mutt be u.el Gartber Blakeraore "The Jlible and as a banking basis, Wa are now waning Attornoy-at-Lawthe Ltiiuor Traffic lo get lbs Secretary of tbe Treasury iu HICKMAN, KY. Nina Summers ''l'rolilbilion Iba Hope make this recommendation to Cojjren or our Country." It n ill nol do to allow the "greenback ' lo Office wllb R H. Murreil. 8:15 Minnln Summers "Who is t) niame?" circulate as money for any length ot iirae, Ivle Bryant "The raiherland." we cannot conlrol tbem; but we em for Fred l'urcell "A Voice from Ilia I'oor- - ouiiiruS Ilia feosdx, anj through tats the CONNELLY & CO., bouke.'' bjnk Isium." Probtblllon.' Anna Outton-"I'r,ictConnelly, Kentucky, Miiie Snyer "The Cry of Do not punish your children witb tiller Dealers la l'iirker-"fli- ;h Llceuse the Monopoly Jlia mixtures when you can get of Abomination." GROCERIES. GOODS AND C. C. Certain Chill Cure" on a guarantee DRY tbs Hope of Any Ella Belt "Prohibition child will take it. Buld by C. A. Country Produce of all kinds taken In exOur Country.' llolcombe. change for tloods. Cash price psid for 12.12.'30 all kinds of FUUH. The body of an unknown whito llurklrii'D Arnlrii Nulve. man was caught iu tlio river Hat in the world for CiiIk, Tkb unlay last. It Is supposed that Ilrulwfl,1!kstKI.vi Bores, Ulcer. S.ill itliuni. Itrtr ho was one tho victims or tho tow Soieg, Teller, Chipped Hands, Chilhlaiu. Here Is a cluince for tho members of tbe boat, My Choice, which blew up Corns, aud all rJkiu Krupliona, and m. Building and Loan Assootation, or for any lively cures I'ilea, or no pay required It one who desires a line auovo Uairo last wook. lagmrantred to give perfect satliifjctlijii. Combined. Dwelling or money refunded, i'rii'a "Jo cvnU r Susinsss Ho::j A Gonoral Tonlo. box. For sale by C. A. llolcombe, Dm... 9 brlok This Is what Lemon Chill Tonlo Is; A ist. J03. SOU M will sell bis building, consisting of More room Hi feet complete blood purifier; ti certain appellor; uwei a nervo anil orum iooj, ani wniia it is as "".front lyB reelUeep, withfinished ing up itlO Wlwt btop. rooms, U,r(i oan,,ting of O finely pleasant as lemonade and children cry for Perhaps you nre run down, can't est taoli leading into a (I fool hall, wilh large It, is so certain In actiou that every bottle who can't nlecp, can't tlilnk, ctn't do anything pureh on cast aide ustd for summer kilch- Is guaranteed by the proprietors, and authorise their agents, whose names are to your satisfaction, and you wonder whai ru, all ihe latest modern improvements, below, lo refund the monoy In any case ails you. You should heed Ihe warning, gnn I otstern, io. whero the medicine falls to do what Is you nre talcing Hio first step into Nervous A1'", the small brlok, 11 feet front by You need a Nerve Tonlo, at) feet, on cast aide, which has heretofore olalmcd for It. Can anything be fairer Prostration. than this? ltcmcmbor the merchant whoso aud Iu Uloclrlo Hitlers you will find the been used for Barber Shop, and well remedy for reitoring your nervous 0j for an olhce or small store of any kind, mine is to Ibis authorized lo aot for us in Ve do nol claim lo system to Its normal, healthy condition Ibe above guarantoe. Tlio above described buildings are rxMiilla follow the use of this cure a whole fnraiiy wiiu o built: but t? i,l on Clinton street, between Farmers and Alterative. Your ..,! Mrchnti' National iiank and lla break the worsl oasa of chills. Manufac- preal Nerve Tonlo tured only by the Lemon Chemical Co , appetite returns, good digestion Is restor- - odd Fellows Hall. For terms and further Jacksonville, r'la , Western wholesale depot ed, and the Liver and Kidneys resume t Information apply to II. S. MUIUIELL, I'aducth, Ky., where nil orders should be healthy action. Try n bottle. Price 60o 3.'J7-2i- a Hickman, Ky. addressed. For tale by Conrglll & Cowglll. ut 0, A, Uolcooibo'd brug 8lotc 13x3Ltistj, . OA'S'CB, K"2T., .i.mss""l "OLD i7ELIABIESI, Keeps a Splen did SlesV of ihe vrry of all al Js 1 HARDWARE, Ull ritll &c., tbv Hardware ancL aK Farm Implements, CIlRAl'KK than they can be bought at any Town or City within fifty miles of that place Cairo or I'aducah nol excepted. ISelow are a few of bia prices: PLOUlt, full 1'aienl, "Contentmenl,, as joo1 a. can be made, e'ery barrel guaranteed, or money refunded, only $0 00. KL'UAIt, 1'J ItM best Orannlated, and 17 e New Orleans lo the $1.00. it MOI.AK4KS, 30c lo COe r gallon. t lb. 1IACI1.V, 0, 7 and 8 cents MEAL 70c per buabel. per Headquarters for Bteel Nails, i2 keg, rates. A full line of Tobacco, (adding tbe "Old Dominion;" finuffs, CofTee, Canned Goods, Candies, Powder, hhol, Ioaded Shells, Tinware, Barbed Wire, llames and Traces, Collars as.l llrldles, Hope, Ac, Ac. A lo, a full liuo of (JrcccrY Dtagt. In s fact, everything usually kept In a Grocery House. He Is also agent tor Ihe celebrated If el Plows, tlie best Plow thai was ever put In Fulton county soil. ''Vulean, ' tbe best Chilled Plow made, 10, 12 and Inch cut, steel. "Uria Clipper," and clipper she Is Try one. All warranted. lirowu-Manl- y Double Shovels, the origie New Ground nal 'Malta." and Single Shovel Plows. Open-Ketll- TINWARE, STOVES, U.'O'. Ht?jf .J fXm!4tWL m 7 SstmSSCS! iX which are offered al ViltCC, anj x very lowest lbs market tbst juillars. All golds giisranleed to be ss represented i Io3jBLidl'Sj; gl KEB7WE0K, ftUNUACTUJir.mf SejoieSIly . CLc:tt;&Tsa f si well-know- Take Notice! rr BALTZER of tub GO., I)K. A.. first-clas- - 5 Gx, M 1 1 Attorney - at - Law, A. W. LINDSAY, B. T. DAVIS, Simp-mad- HIOKMAl WAQOll IXTOKMA-Isr- . I , R. E. ical ." Dau-toi- is 't. For Sale, Cheap! ui two-sto- old Ibis spring, la full It) hands high, ami par. lake largely of the symmetry of form, style nnd erareful nllou of bis cclebrit. ed grand sire. PKDIOREK. Hardwood, Jr., by be by IllaekwooJ, Jr; be bv Old lilackwood. First dam out of Allide; she by Withers' Old Almonl; first dam lilwln Forrest. Hardwood Jr's dam was by a DI3ALI3RS IN beautiful brown saddlo mare, full 1Q hands high. Ths finest trolling strain of blood courses bis veins of any hone in America. All know, who are familiar wilh the Turf fleglsier, or the performances of the celebrated trotters of the country, that there have bun raoro purses won, and horses sold for high prices of this strain of blood, than anv other Hardwood, sire of Hardwood, Jr., aold for $10,000, lilackwood, his grand sire, sold, when quite an old horse, for $7,000. Has proven himself a fine breeder. TTa TCe are otrorni all crailesof I'laln, Medium and Pin Furniture ntgreatlr mlirol prices. Hardwood, Jr., will stand this season at carry a full Una at nil iiineiof Chnlrs. Rookors, Tnlilos, Uuronun, Wnohntnntla, my stable, II miles northwest of Jordan, Wardroboo, Chnnibor Sots, rlnttrosnos, CprliiKn, Gto ,nnd weeuaraico)ur Ky., and , mile west of W. L. Alexander, prices to tu tbe lovett, Ulve us a trul onU boinnvimeil. pcrwesro heaitquarloraon Undortakora' Qaotln anl disoount all coupctlUui la this Sr's, at Ihe reduced price of $10 lo lusuie foal; money duo when the fact Is ascer- line. Wa oarrr a largo Una of Wooden nnd Mutalllo llunul Cuioi, tained or properly changes hands. Will (J7Jtcpalrlr.2 and Job Work u n daily. not be responsible for accidents. U-'.'!'. I,. CAIITEII. ) HAliDWOOD, Jll. years A dark brown slalllon, Hard-woo- KKNTUCKY. FURNITURE. & - - FURNITURE. d; STEPHENS TYLER, FunilturcaiKlUsHlcriakcr'sCiOods, rjickman garble DIALER IN Works, KY. THE OLB ncnlcr tu JBXiik lUCh'MAK, B. C. RAMAGE, MOtlUMKNTS, AND ClilAVK tiTONEH. 'rTAVINQ In alook, a fine lot of Amer-j- rl lean and Ilallun Marble, I ata pro-p- a red to fill all orders. Call and oxamlns my work. Orders from the country promptly , filled. OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, mm, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND DYE-STDFF- 3, suit-oxa- ol Italian and American TO .Mil Maiiw.i PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. WISRBHVHVT. .' ; ijgjPIIBnpEr0 liiiinTiTIWiTllfiilfi i'i sQHHfJKMad y" ilBastf&BiUsaiiialsl iJmiiwflLm '4'rl I ' i", ' IK... VMWW i '';?''i?ij!l, ""if" """n rlstti iTifTigiSM 'Hi -- ''r''"" ii j: ,'l"'''""'"'L,'SfClJaisMxslitxMtxtMlxM ' i SttrTTTitr'n Huatfi., "" 3Xfim3G - - r " aasw- ap -- im.t- m . ' ':. . ii, i. .uMBBgaagi . 5afeMifeiiaHBB T PAI S E3r :tvi"bi rtrawumomM mmmmmnmmim M SslSSLmJL;, vm- -r fiZ3:.u iiuwimii m ntmvtLriWBMVSu. 3N tmm TWorr'HW ,uju-ui- b ,ytw.iw:rMrjEMyjrjrff;iwiiwwwwugwwwi "W OPwL D'S Qiri f &v Pwl I j Our Patrons, who like to have, and will have, the latest in everything, cannot fail to be gratified when they visit our counters, on which are displayed the superb assortment of w Our ICuilroiMl Time Tussle. N., 0. &"filTl. K. U. Stock is as full and complete as Spring Tliat -- :$ "rt7"e the Cash can make it, and we cheerfully invite inspection for and Have JbJLJL m. Xji O T7V PRICES Mm sl AKTID PAIR DEALIN 3r m: tion ! &:-comparison with competitors, Goods 'a 1 " and will welcome purchasers with J, C3r- - m ELLIS01T BROS, . Tl Tt.ln I N. M. M, SI, liol r, 1 1. tion going north and tlm NtwUrn modation (slag Miilh. he L. & N. at MeKriiilc koIiik nnrili, and "III. tbo .V, N. ft M. V. l I'.luch Juncaccom- Tbd road makes elotu connection with li r. m I TuIn Trla .(. AKIUVIM: , 41, ! 5.1, XX r (SUCCESSORS TO A. A. DAVIS,) LOCAL NEWS. (let tlio rentier roiuly. School will hooii lo out. Oool uml plpnsitut this weclr. The liruvont will noon lio licro. Tlio kevnoto to huinnti lifo is Gotl. Will wo cclcbrnto tlio glorlOUH Ull. Domestic 5c cood .vnnl-witJo Fire, Tornado, Marine, Life and Accident. Total Aeoeto Mr of Companies Represented ML INSURANCE m& " Smith;, IIIisoi? 9 ?o. Wc arc selling more Clothing tliis Spring Uian ever before. in every respect, and prices' llcasou why? olfr Clothing is are right. Well made; merchant taiors couldn't do better. Perfect in jit; if your measure bad been taken, and your suit made to order, yon could not get a better fit than wo can put on you. Wo arc showing ull styles Sacks, Frocks, Cutaways, Princo Alberts, &c, in all grades, and at extremely low prices. Wo also show a large line of JJovb and Children's Suits and Pants. Also, Children's Waists and Knee Pants. Look at our line of Suits before buying. Ik-causc Je1. E CASE, Kentucky. Dclivorcd Free of Charge. $ i-- "SQUARE DEAL" GROCER, SftaSkrAi - first-cla- ss Hj5jfcyi V&S? Goods tei $240,000,000.00. OWIOH OVKH IUOKMAX HANK. Hickman, TO'DAY Decoration Dny. , Kentucky. All children wishing to tnko pnrt in tho decoration exercises, whether pupils of Hickman or not, are requested to moot at the college to day at 1 o'clock. It 1h desired that each child bring a small boquet of flowers. Complete- lino of tho STllOUSKA' IWOV l'Mi. FKCT FITTl.W AV.'ir SFHIXG CLOTH I.VQ nt well-know- SUMMEIt CLOTHING. Wc aro showing a large variety of Coats and Vests for Summer Mohairs, Cashmeres, Flannels, &c., for Men and Boys. wcar-jiaca- Attention, Farmers I s, Al- - chairman; It. L. Alexander, scc'y; bent hrnmlH Cnllcn. Smith, Ellison Si Co. It. M. Isler, Tlios. Dillon, Sr.,.lno. W. Morris and 8. K. Davlilson, Ualtzbk & Shaw. Columbus ha petitioned the having In clmrgo tho general Tho members of Kentucky County Court of lllokman county for lliu proper Torn fpcchtl election to vote on a of Decoration Day, have Lodge, Knights of Honor, are reproportion to establish a graded mot with earnest nud sympathetic quested to meet nt their lodgo nt 1:15 o'clock, p. in., echool. encouragement from tlio various room and citizens gen- to participate in the decoration Corn for Moy delivery sold at subcommittees Visiting this timo Inst ycur In Glilcflgo si erally, aud the indications are that exercises. arc invited members of to join the thirty-twcents per bit. wherens there will bo a largo attendance tho order Wednesday It closed at sixty. from town nud country. The bus- procession, Inst iness hnnsos and factories of HickLime, Cement, Salt, Hay, Uran, seven cents per bushel. man will be closed from 2 to 0 p. &c, wo keep constantly on hand, KlfgiMit Lino of Ulnck Grcna-dlcuto give ull employees ami at lowest prices. Smith, Ellison & Co. in., an opportunity to attend. l:ll-t- f Smith, Ellison & Co. A olinrch tnembor sucRCsts Mr. Jas. K. Fuqna Is tho chairDivlno services will bo held that the churches ought to liavo man of the Ktooutivo Committee, nt tho Episcopal Church evory pnvnto rooms for tlio young aud Mr. It. L. Alexander, secretary, Sunday mornlngnt 11 o'clock, aud to court In, so they would not aud and cUizoiih both morning and disturb tlio congregation by talk- will apply or report to theui ac- and 3rd Sundays night on the 1st of each month. cordingly. ing all through tlio service fh'i.lnnlr Vir.lif inrvlnm nt Tho families having dead buried Sunday School at 0:30 o'clock, a. A full supply of riehingTuck-lo- , in tho city cemetery will each atsermon every Poles, Ac, at tend tho sacred duty as may irem in. Servico nnd 7:30 o'clock. Thursday night at D. K. Wilson & Go's. best to their tastes nud InclinaG. S. FlTZUUdii, Hector. Th crop prospects are not ' tions, but tho committee appointLadies will alwnys find a co ns bright us snuiu weeks npo. ed the following named ynuiir la Opinions d infer un to tlio t floe In of dles to solicit contributions of 'ploto lino of Jlutterick's Patter us. the drouth. Alarmlsls sny whent (lowers for decorating graved that in stock nt D. E. Wilson & Go's. lias been mutcrlnlly damaged, and will uot bo represented by famiothers that It Is but slight. Homo' lies, and tho Couiunu reports that Tlio Kentucky prohibitionists neighborhoods havo enjoyed good they have well and truly discharg- met In Louisville on tbe 19th and ed tho duty assigned them: rains. put a full stato ticket in tbe field. Kil tllkmn Henrietta Cloth, in all! I.ou Dltittcbrlnk, ML Carrlr Itinnfe, Josiah Harris, of Puducuh, was NeltU Klrkptirlck, nominated for governor aud H. shades. Sold at 2fic everywhere. Mtiit IHritltbrlnk n.l Ann lUlutr. & Co. (,'nlrllllckiiun MlMf Kit Wtlker, M, Winslow, n Carrolton banker, Smith. Ellison Mil Clll.jn (itJ Alll Uol.li. Triil.y, for lieutennnt governor. There In Tho depression trado woro only sixty pcoplo prcsout, lllckrato Mlmri Annie throughout tlio country stilt holds, AnJrrl1 nl Clr 'Vill"" including the ropsrtcra. Tbp folio w i ii k jounj (rnllcmrii te uu in tlio face of tho general news-llilt'e Ililonnfi, Ixitege .Malaria, to mIi tlit you uu UJItt In He paper predictions of prosnorous brpak up Chilli with "C. C C. Certain of Sontt on Rr'f not times. The wheat crop will givol JlilrlbiilUn (aml!it: J. H. l!ci!r, Will XII C'lre.'Mhe pleasant remedy. No cure, some relief but that t net o is a UnJlt. bj .snlcr llubtrti, 6UI UjJik Will no pay. o'. I by C. A, Holcombe, great scarcity of money is the lUnuit, Tebull Smrnf, Uartfjr Hlinr, Mr. W. It. Henry sends tho Tom LcJforJ, lluru Jobnion, VAci n truer cause. Couuikr several boxes of tho tnJ Jobn Dillon, Sr. Mick linos' Is tlio plnco to go finest strawberries we have soon oilut or rioCMSIuv. to havo your eyes tested aud fitted horo this season. Whit, as ho Uniform IUok Knlfbl of I'jrtklii. to Spectacles of all kinds. 8:22 s Mlllclii Pjll.lan IUn,l. grows old, can compare Mmlir Knlfdilii of I'tiIiU. and cream with tho rations i)l lllckmn Course. Hobluson's Floating Palaces riiptli Imvc como and gone, much to the Mcmbfrt Koyal TemiUrn of Ttiuperinee. when ho stood in tbo trenches in front of Richmond, nnd thank tho C4jrco Curnet IInJ. delight of tho little folks, and also Lord that peace blesses tbo laud. Mtmbcri Knlgliii of Honor. some of tho larger ones, who msdo (.'ill ini In Currligo. no oxcuso to takn tho children t bml A Little Sirl'i EiptriKci is All K. of numbers lll i LigllhoMt. to seo tho shows so that thoy room at 1:1.1,I.form procfmlonmrft tinrck ntnl could fico It thouifiolvcs. to Clinton dreel it '1 p. m., inJ bait in a Mr. and Mn. Loren Trewott are Hotel. of or,,. Puro Alblilnen.. Towols. front of CouiniercUl membtri will mill nl Mich., thu Got. IJehllionic at Band Ileacli. ' . j All II. T. of T. . nnd are blcied with daughter, j,xif inclics, us big ua this paper. loJ(( room hi )., foiiii proclon, ami lour yearn old. j.aul April ahca wta taken It lion. John H. lCeinp, of Clinton, in about to rctnovo to Florltln. Ttir Oritrr or OrUir of Ki.rrliM nl Hi iVmMcrj-- tr. Tlio next nnunnl conforonco of llio MempliU iliitriot will lm Tho Citizens' Kxecutlvo Comhold nt MnrlleM, Ky., on October mittee, composed of J. K. Finpia, IHtli, 1SIU, by Hiabop Key. (( tJlUTH, Kluhon & Oo. Col-leg- o n Wo arc headquarters for Footwear. Our 2.00 Ladies Dongola Button is a We have them nil sizes, beauty, Equal to any $2.f)0 Shoe shown elsewhere. D and E width, Common Sense and Opera lastH. Try them. A very large stock of Ladies, Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers, from the cheapest to tho finest. We can certainly please in Shoes. IVJIoxa-'Gaiter. s Etzxd O-ULIT Try our Men's $2.00 "Shamrock" Shoe. All Calf. Warranted. Laco and We carry a very full line of Men's and Hoys' Shoes of all grades. Boys' Sh.oes. StoCl3L to-da- lTTaT7igilfllaffTlT1TTfsffiiaaafl x&asm .L:at .wv tt.tr njiji iimri wi.au it tr- ik".v csP9Sta! ijwjya..jt. l4W.flPMfl JSfjNXSt, . n " mSi ilL&rT?r&BZ&&X)jftVniM S2il7XSaaaaaT'. - ii u nr n 7 ifeSSKSESHPW T ivm-vi.fl- ifl ,g!g'l.!BfW o We extend a hearty invitation to all to como must be seen to be appreciated. and examine the magnificent Stock o Goods we have on display this Spring. Is now full in every department, and wc arc oflering many grand bargains which DEERINS BINDERS AND MOWERS, FIELD BINDER-TWIN- E THRESHERS, IloMt In tlio 3IurIcolFor fulo nt J. AND SPRIN8- - s Smitl?, rllisoi 9 ?o. HICKMAN AND CAYCE, KY. See our sample Machines opposite Smith, Ellison k Co' store. A. K. Chappell anJ I. Jobnxon will bo pleated to show j ou the working of thric Machines, gltc yon price, and answer nil questions. batlsfaetion guaranteed with CTery sale. Prices as low as the belt can he sold. Will a!o buy your Corn, Hogs, 6beep and Cattle, and sell you all kinds of see us before purchasing. at prices tint defy competition. Cull-an- II. poo-pl- u ! I w 5Pc;,a S. I!. Bl G. W. JOHNSON. - I , J in-- 1 A FIsl j I 22o Our Stock iiQiieiiii is complete SFRINC AND SUMMER, J ATTENTION. FARMERS! Great EecUiction in Prices ! 91 in all lines, and wo respectfully invito the Public to call and judge as to Quality, Price, &q. I 'l for themselves Our 1 lt.i, Diass ' Gaeds and TIES trimmings l Oliver Chilled Plows, and Avery and Eocl-kc- r Steel PIoavs, and other JFarm Implements, at reduced prices. A Large and Fresh Supply of Farm Seeds ! 33UE. IB- - SS E3C Jk. 17". I u u White Goods, Laees, Embroideries, Gloves, Hosiery, Parasols and Fans, are the very latest. Ladies, Misses nnd Children's OXFORD Custom-mad- o Kill-io- Business Propositions prt for J6,000? straw-bcriie- GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS kerchiefs, Ac, and a largo stock of READY-MADGoods. E nnd SHOES, from the cheapest to the finest Hats, Caps, Ties, Hand- CLOTHING, the Latest Cut and Lowest Price. A good quality of keep-er- FAMILY GROCERIES, always on hand and nt prices to suit the times. Floanclnl men tramact their buineis on business principles. Why make nn exception in placing your Life Iiinrnnce? Why pay $100 when you can purchase a good Insnrance for 550? In one of the slror.jcU and best companies In the world. , of wisdom to secttro $10,000 In the Mutual Ke- -, Inolher words, is it not a sor?e Fund I.lfe Aesociatlon for the same cost that you hate to pay in other companies- Hound as Iho Ilocks of Oibrallar. bale ai Movernment bonds. A AWPJi 1'latn contracts policies incontestable. no restriction as to residence or travel. Dividends nfter ten years. Cash Tnlue or paid up innurancc after fifteen years. You know in advance what you are lo pay, and when it becomes due. 'I'kt.i., .1.. K,UCC aiinAVU r 1"VIUVIL .' Ul :I rOlUIUIl'H. I ii. ...i IUT u.n . No lulereat cliarjed whether premiums aro paid eiery sixty days or There Is no Investment in Lifo lusjraiice. Cut oil so.cilled laveMnirnl features and It reduces cost (o Li to insurance Is intended as a protrction. Then you want li! pruirctiuu nl n lillin rol aoimistent wiin sifely. Keep the ditrerence betneeu our rates aud tbe tateu charged by other companies under your otru control. 'J' V u - v x 1 al 'J p. til , march lo Cilnloa uroet anil bait In of K of I. orJr. All K. of II membcri will mrot at lo.ite room at l.'t5, form procenlon anil march ulr'el tho Stato Don). Con. wan fur Keg. (o Clinton T. of T. at '.' p. in., and bait In onlr. Tom rrar of It. it.il will Uio cl, arg.i of pro. Inter of tho Land Olllco. Tit Corbett was defeated by Mr. ctiilon anJ march lo Troy afenue In front HwAiigo of Wolfe county. Somo of Collrgo, wlitri Oollft itmlenta will of Southern lvcutiioky counties trad- form in. line In rear move K.to of 1', oriler, City Co meed "our Tom" off in tho Guber- IVocntluo will ibtn MtrniU. natorial light, and West Kentucky lt ry in cnarjjo cf It. T. TrtKR, Marnhal. will not soon forgot it cither. A. W. LianJAT, A lilj 7iiriffi. Smith, Ellison & Co. Tho most exciting contest In rr down with Meiulea, followed with a dreadful Couch and turning Into a l'eter. Doe-to- re at home and Detroit treated her, but In aln,lie tree worae rarldlr. until eho wai a mere "handful of bones". Then abe Doors, BST Sash, Blinds, as cheap Mouldings, asany retail house Paints, Oils, can sell them. c, 'c, ! .It, ft, i:, Irictl Dr. Mng'a ;ew Ulrcovery nud after the use of two and a half bottle, was ciw rletely cured. They aay Dr. Kln'a New IMieorery la worth lit weight In gold, yet run may r.et a trill bottle free nl U. A. Holcouib'a Uruj aioro, Goods bought of us will bo DELIVERED FREE to any part of flic city "tea one-hal- f. f , J. AMBERG'S SONS. Cnr-liage- 06) aoi-- : 1,0 a a 2a , . Aaauauy: 13 Aia't-Mirha- l. ftttt-lidC-- d V. Services oallcJ lo order by Uowglll, Mayor. Song. "Jean Lover of .My Scut." li. OAHK'fl. 3rJ I'raytr bf Ht. W Mooney. ! 4tb Bonir. "I WmilJ Not Live Aluara." rstru T by R. T. Tyler. tho itudlCiUloti services OlU Konjt, "Nearer my (loJ to nt I'oplor Grove Church last Sun- acflnmiianlrj by lh I'vtblan llaml Thee," day. Kid. J. N. Hall preached in "lb UeoeJIelion hlSU. K, 8. Flemlnic. e 8th Uecorallou of Oratei by the the morning, aud Kid. It. S Flemanil friend. ing in tho evening. Tho now Slh d Decoratlou of Qmci not church is a liandHome frame structby any famltlee or frlenil). ure, and is a crodit to tho con10 Memorial tierrice by tbo Knight of gregation who worship there Honor, followed by decoration of gratee of ileceaaeJ iiietnbere of tbe onler. mix-od-- 3 JJ- 'nJ 5tb-.Aa- i're fam-lllereprt-acnle- Try a bag of "Crown Jewell" Coffee Oaudamala nnd Java Iba for $1.00. at OlDER OK 9VICIts SPRING MILLINERY! s Have your hnunlH mid PAOT3 FOR THE PEOPLE. "jmlntod by Johu Danuer. Lemon Chill Tonla Ii more generally ua-- il a more pleaiant to lake and more All work guaranteed. Shop with cerlnla lo eure'lhati any chill tonle on the J. V. Gny. Quality of work not authorize the Tbe proprietor market. 5:l-t- f to bo excelled. peraone, nboite names are to tbU nrtlcle, AT CITV CBMKTKRT. Itl If you want a nlco saucer of Ico Cream go to Win. Goycr's aud ho will servo you nnd you will never rogrot tho monoy you paid for it. A girl in Kentucky hna recovered $500 damages from a steamboat coin puny for naming a boat after her without asking her permission, mid they must rouiuuo tho boa(, Slio took offense nt a murine Item stating that "Kitty Marshall took tho lower chute nud run lior uoso Into a plantation." Tho Kxouutlvo Oominitteo ndopt-ea resolution requesting the Mayor of tho city of Hickman to appoint an Kxecutlvo Committee each year for tho proper observance of Decoration Day, and that tho 2nd Friday In May, ouch year bo fixed for that day. d S5.0Q Robes. Win Kmbrolderod Dress t'i u Smith, Kmjbqn 7iiryrii'n. & Co. A curious fowl freak wna shown tho OouuiKii Wodnesday by Mr. Moso Marshall, of Obion county, I. o., two fowls, crossos between tho guinea and ordinary chicken, tho guinea and turkey, or tho guinea nnd peacock, or of nil combined, for roseiublaucoH to each woro clearly inarkod. Thoy sittracted much intention, nnd wis know of uo one who over know or lr.id rend of such iv freak before Tho Knights of Pythias, of Hickman, celebrated the anniversary of their lodgo Monday oven-luby nil elegant supper at Doug-lasand a highly enjoyable social occasion in their hull, in which (ho wives nnd sweethearts of tho moinbors woro invited guests and Music, cards and participants, dancing woro in ordor boforo tho uuuouucomont of supper, nnd royal pltiusuro leiguod throughout tlio evening. Tho K. of P. band, lod by Mr. J. II. Millot, discoursed tho music, aud received thu of tlio finest critics. Tlio Uniform Ititulc wns out in full dross, and mndo qultonn imposing mid winning nppeimiuee. This noblo ordor is growing rapidly in litis community. g ', While all nature is rejoicing in tho return of Spring, tho hearts of nil women should he gladdened hy tho good news that Spitngllats liurc co:nc too; r.:;;S it: sncl; beautiful variety and quality as to almost bewilder one. There nro many new nud striking designs introduced for tho first timo this season. Flowers, which havo taken such a firm hold, still retain their aupromncy as tho leading garniture on hats; nud, so well has nature vied with urt tu this particular, ouo only misses tho to believe they nro real. Surely uo lady who has an eye for (lie beautiful, can, or will, forego tlio pleasuro of a NIJW HAT, when she scos In whnt alluring devices they como. Hibbous are still in tho lead as trimming, nud oomn in ull the new nud beautiful shades. Groat euro has been taken In tho soloction of my goods, aud every ctl'ort mado to scuuro for my customers tlio latest nnd most correct Paris styles. My patterns nro models of exquisite tnsto and beauty. Never beforo ha, art, in tho lunula of skillful artists, shown suuh Ingenuity us the Milliuory of tho presout hcusoii. Hoping my endeavor to furnish my customers with tho most fashionable goods, at tho very lowest pricos, will still merit their kind patronage. A most cordial invitation is extended to ull to call and seo for themselves tho many beautiful nnd attractive articles that I havo not the time nud paeo t nmntlon, Keopectfully, o 'n us S13 13 bd 13 02 SO AUE V. lo Guarantee each bottle to io wtmt U I elaliiie'i for it or refttuJ tbe money the alckenlns stuff yoti had to filve great many Indios nro prejuA jour nick clilM. Ihla la ao pleasant to take tliat tbey look with pleasure to the time diced against tbe use of shoo pol & for another Joc For ealo by Cowglll ish, because of tho inferior stuff Cowglll. that Is being palmed oft on them, NOtrouble Come nud (Mid Moscow Family Groceries. epaee toname all artlelee, but DIESTELB1UNK. fe: 31 3-- .' . 11 22 . 14 . 14 . 11 . 11 . 16 . 15 HOI -t i 10 fid " " " " ' II 15 SI" 22 dtl 41 .1131 48 CO s 17 Art 17 18 42- 9t - 4!) Jil " ' 10 fi-19 63 20 40 21 30 V3 10 25 OS 27 SO S'"4t- - Eutton'8 Raven Gloss to show goods. see, at tbe corner of Troy Ateuue, Kast Ulckraru, Ky no 33 31 35 30 37 38 3'J 10 11 XI 70 91 12 " " " ' ' (' 62 .'.3 Doiit You Forget tbo ing funds in charitnblo work. Tho room is decoratetl with butter-Hieof tiasuo paper, nud in tho center of tho coiling a liugli butr tertly of wire nnd thin silk or is suspended, somo throo feet from ouo wing tip to tho other. Tho legs of tho insect nro of wire, painted black. Those who preside over tho aflair aro dressed to different varieties of butterflies, in bluo ami silver chiffon, black, brown nud yellow velvet, with gauze wings aud a buttertly for a hcaddross. Exchange. s pa-po- causing tho leather to harden, A IIUri'Kliri.Y NOt'l.Mi. Bcnlo or crack. "Raven Gloss" is "buttertly social" is ono of tho result of scientific study, nud A raisnovel ontertniiimonts for imparts n now nud lloxiblo finish, which neither smuts or rubs off, 3Cuojh preserving tho lonthor. It is es pecially adapted to ladles' Hue kid boots. Try it. For snlo by :i:L'0 Ma T UAT It! of 30 .16 64 . 15 73 .' 10 20 . 10 60 . 10 m 61 66 CO 30 1832 40 - 4103 . i " 67 68 61) 30 SO 1)1 IS 41 00 3 to 5 10 43 03 $8.00 Witting $200,000,000 T" AhnoI'I IIKtllt Ibiiussnd first cost, which carries you from of months. France I in force. tlio ItchC T. T. SWAYNE. I y Millinery Novelties Miss Win. Geyer announces that ho bits just tlttod up a nice Parlor whoro ho will sorvo lco Crenm aud cold summer drinks, to ladles anil goutlcmni). Will open next Buturday. H (s railed spring hncaiiRO It so frequently jumps from one kind Notice lo the Public! ADDIE L. JONES, of weather lo another. anuonuoos to tho Indies, aud CooJh delivered to nny ptrt of (ho City 15. ?. IIAUPER, I'rcs't, as 1'arlc Uow, New York. tho publio generally, that sho has concluded to contiuuo in tho 23. business, nnd is now removSTioltnaan, ing a woll solouted stock of now Blacksmith and Undertaker and beautiful Spring Goods, conSALE AND LIVERY STABLE sisting of tho latest stylo of lints, HICKMAN, KKNTUOKY. Trimmings, nnd all the latest your IHacVsmlllilns and general Ami )o Novelties in tho Mlllinary lino. Kep.ilrlii),' douo at IVK ME A Till AT. when you want & Those Goods will be marked down T lilack Mintt i iny done, or repairs on to tho lowest possiblo prices, nnd Wagons, &c. JIoT'eHluwIng specially, SrllEET ICCriTUCKY respectfully nsks ull to call and nlo keep a full line of ( Cbrntr nf Oltiun anJ I'leXaoje Strati,) constanlly oi baud for hire oxiimiuo, and buy. Tho Undortakor's Goods, KU1'S sale KY IIICIIMAH, HATS OF FORMER STOOIC, Comiiinn, lloxewnod, nnd Solid lilack t , houses, uuaairs nd hacks. Collins and which can Infilled (loud Work 1'rlcos. My somo of which nro beautiful IlatluR purchased tb alable, horses motto. rlyli and nostly t'uriiiHlilii;;H, up on ebon notice, und at rcaeoiiablo lid eutiru uulBl of V. . I'.UBCiir (iit inn n e.ill. OdT3ilt.l. Wtt ft ii a specialty.-tu- a plain nud neat, will bo price. .Shop near lUo Jail, and Bomo wo propose lo contluue tJ busiue, aud irir JOHN V. UKAY. sold ut cost, to closo out. solicit i'aircuuiu' Mil-Unar- y Moluis Judcik rospoct-full- IN 32IC2SMA1TI v 'v fiivn hi.u A. P. OLIVER, GROCEllIES To Xomul to 810,000,000 3,000,000 ' PW loa.l, ....... rcierro for protecllou of policy holder. Transacts buslnei Inlthe United Slnles and Foreign countries. Hefore buying insurance with promise held out of l.irgo returns see tthat we hate to sell you. i in ATi MUTUAL RESERVE FUND LIFE ASSOCIATION, F. CASE, Ac't, Ky. isi-- S"T03?J i -atUock-botlot- ( Faius Pakkeu, 1 J. F. GRAY'S, VI-nu- pat-ter- diHt-ii- iujy-&-- . c .jipytnJC- -l n f. M v 4. j ,J ,,, ""'.'Ji'MMliU i.r nunmii "fl p. a M y CLEVELAND IMITATION e pjggftjgrd YEqs Both tho method nml results when Syrup of Figa is taken; it is pieman, nnd rcfrenliiiig to tho taste, and acta gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver nnd Uowels, clenscs the syss tem effectually, dispels colds, nnd fevers nnd cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figa is tho only remedy of its kind over produced, pleasing to tho taste- nnd acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action nnd truly beneficial In its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy nnd ngrccablo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all nnd liavo mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o nnd $1 bottles by nil leading druggists. Any rehablo druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any head-ache- MENDhVG i;o C110 INKTS. Intel twisted, the work of oxtrlcntlon should be kindly nnd gently conducted. W OIVJS EXJOY8 substitute CALIFORNIA lovmnu. 34 kt. msasco. FIG SYRUP CO. i.w CAU yokk. it.r. "German Syrup" Here is an incidentfrom the South Mississippi, written in April, 1890, just after the Grippe had visited that country. "lam si farmer, oue of those who have to rise early and work late. At the beginning of last Winter I was on a trip to the City of Vicksburg, Miss.,tvhcre I got well drenched in a shower of rain. I went home and was soon after seized with a dry, hacking cough. This grew worse every day, until I had toscck relief. I consulted Dr. Dixon who has since died, and he told me to get a bottle of Boschee's German Syrup. Meantime my cough grew worse and worse and then the Grippe came along and I caught that also very severely. My condition then compelled me to do something. I got two bottles of German Syrup; I began using them, and before taking much of the second bottle, I was entirely clear of the Cough that had hung to me so long, the Grippe, and all its bad effects. I felt and have felt that way ever since." Peter J.Brials, Jr., Cayuga, Ilines tip-to- p Co., Miss. O Throwing a Switch toujh work In atorrav weather, and theinntih-ru- n cannot tx too well protected il he smhes to prtKrve bit health. Every railroad man's his is lo'l ol hardship tod tiposurc. The only xarrnrnt business calls Ihit ii tally protect lis man hos M turn cot in stormjr westher is the t ish Brand Slicker " Thcr are licht. but strong aa iron, hind. mads throujbout, and good for jean ot semce. They are worth ten tunes their cost, and wifl sate you macr a sickness. No other article oi dothlrr Is stand the wear and tear. Rubber is trail, wU et the rip, tear, and let in the wet. Therefore right sort cf coat. The " i ith Brand Slicker " U the only one for yovr purpose. Beware of worthless imitations, erery garment stamped with the Mark. Don't accept any "ruh llrand" Trade can Inferior coat when you hare the " Fish Brand Slicker " delivered without eitra cost. ParticuUre and illustrated catalogue free. will A. J. TOWER, - Boston, Maaa. IILE IEANS! STAND AL01TE A3 BILE KOVEES. ek-- y attacks, constipation, bfaj. and all ache, malaria. (lomacli and liver disorder!. the lyetcroj thereby Ms t"?f rtrwwja till f rOTQ curing; btll-o- ur bottle, to Bugar Coated. Two sites, one price. Bum. 90 In each bottle. One a doae. Diu Biaxi SSkill,a 40 la each dote. Bjuc i Vleaaant aa candy. ttoVl y Drugglsta. 35 cents per bottle. J. F. SMITH" & CO., KB & S37 Orrenwich Street, New York City. A HEW BOOKCANVASSERS ATTENTION Tiff. Kcrnrt roiK. 01 ftf imwavniw. m , I not K Ulcc book publtibrd bale fficti of Atin.Jii). .A.3ar:D eTpr H '1 lit, 0) copfrt Vr K A Allen, author (inidrn MTinn-- i w It of a .ifiwhrt o rr Mi j 1 Tier 1 niTaVZJi Com rift'outru m ifii oi rfrfir' MS emu Mtniiiao crpieil (riiliuiriiblUlilitiilloiiap.ClBclBBaU.O book itirriiiiniMa,ieuriRira.nqrrf tifltol ll.Si.ina fiuir Ac iru.turtl Lrtliii md m.nr other . rnuai p"umlurnrr I'lnluaf lr Iniunritfd Mtnef irr f lioma Ulble LomMr lun. tiV Prtatrlaiftk litr-ivIitiitlMu.tte i r inert' Aij.ancc, col Illrtra if fl FL tV"10FLAGS nnsnnMiiink lOTheBestU.S. BUNTING aiii: SOLD I1V Q. W. SIMMONS & CO,, DEAIIESIH PnSTflH US J " "mlv IMIL' TARY GOODS. REE 111. a. B. now oin to srttlvrs. Mailed Rt& addrsa uaacts, Lu C.a. . r. . a., si. fal,aU , atrasau wit rartkaur, anpiii, THE OREAT ENGLISH '.ORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. I Beat Arrt irulttirak. OraE I lair ant ThiM.r Landa a.u cm:r lllmtraled Publications, with MAP8,4rierlblnirMlnn!aoU, Sortb Dakota, Moutina, Idaho, the Waitilnrton and Orru-onI IIKi. litis UMt LANpS REMEDf, BEECHAM'S PILLS For Bilious "Worth for 25 Cents, r.Y ALL DltLCUltsTS, (hint a aatl Kerious Disorflera. Box" bat tola this platform und w lshcd for each other wlilost prosperity nnd usefulness. Hut Many Are TIiourIi Thrjr Slr He Wlilf'"' there nro cities in this country where l.nat Tlireaila or Comiron Tiiae there is now going on an awful ripping Are .Nrriled Talinacr' nnd rending and tearing of fishing nets. Sermon. Indeed, nil over Christendom at this Dr. Talmngo's text on MHiriay wna tlmo there is a grcnt war going on beMnttlicw lv ait "Jnmtt t w,n o( tween fishermen. Now, I havo noticed a man can not Zcbetlcc, nnd John, ll lirutl'cr. In n t""Ir fish nnd fight nt the mine time. Ho ship with their father, cither neglects his net or his musket tJCt." "I po crletl Kinion IVtor It Is nmnzing how much time some of to his comrntlcs, nntl tho mt of the tho fishermen havo to look nflcr other nposttcs lint! lmntls hanl 0ni fl'''"!? fishermen. It Is more than I enn do to tacldc. Tho fisheries of the ,,,, ,,a' tnke enre of my own net You see, tho ' 'u w Ind Is just right, nnd it Is such n good nhvays nttrncteil nttentm tlilrtl century the queen ef P rl ,in'1 time for fishing and the fish are coming for jiln money S475,0()fl rtocf1 'n,m in so rapidly that I have to keep my tho fisheries of Lithe Morn. "1' lf l,l ejo nntl liana busy, u Here nro nuoui tlmo should cer come hi" tho I"' two hundred million souls wnnting to mcnslty of the world's population oould get into the Kingdom of Gtjtl, nnd it not be fed by tho vetfetuMo am' meat will require nil the nets nnd nil the of tho luiul, tho ben has tin ,,unt ' boats and all the fishermen of Christennnlmal llfo thnt would feed all tlio pop- dom to safely land them. At Kust ulations of tho earth nnd fatten them Hampton, la. I., where I summer, out with a food that by Its phosphorus on tho blulTs somo mornings we sec would mako a generation brainy and tha Hags up; nnd that is tho signal for Intellectual beyond any thine that tho launching out Into the deep. For a 'v ,,,,kt mtlo tho wntcr Is tlngvd with thnt pecuworld has ever Imagined takes us nmong tho Galilean fishermen. liar color that Indicates whole schools Ono day Walter Scott, while huntlniT in of piscatorial revelry, nnd the liencli an old drawer found ninonp some old swarms with men with their coats oft on, nnd those of us fishing tackle tho manuscript of his im- and their mortal book: "Wavcrly," nimh he had who do not go out on tho wnvo stand put nwny there as of no worth, and on tho beech ready to rejolco when tho we may find boats como back, nnd in our excitement who knows but that some unknown wealth of thought while wo rush Into the water with our shoes In the text? on to help get the Itonts up the beach, looking at the fishing-tackl- e It Is not n good tlay for fishing, and and wo all lay hold the lines nnd pull three men nre in tho bolt, repairing the till wo nre red In the face, nnd as the broken tUVmmaasW. if jJMMstAhlivt tWIng things ot the deep come tumbling with a hoikTrnrriinratiiir'f,'" will in on tho snnd, I cry out: "Cnptaln, not bite, it i n anxxl timo to put the how many." And ho answers: "About angler's apparatus into better condition, fifty thousand." aVnd wo shout to tho "Hurrah, fifty thousandl" l'erhaps the last fish you hauled in was so large that something snapped. Or lf Wo must have an enthusiasm someyou were fishing with a net, thcro was thing like that If wo nro ever to tako a mighty Houmleringof the scales or an tho human race for God and Heaven. exposed nail on the sido of the boat Aye, we ought to have that enthusiasm which broke some of tho threads nnd of tho beech multiplied n hundred fold let part or all of the captives of tho deep and by so much as an immortal soul Is bluo fish. Oh, escape Into their natural element. And worth more than hardly anj thing Is more provoking than brethren of the ministry! Let us spend to nearly land a score or a hundred of our time in fishing instead of fighting. trophies from the deep, and when you Hut if I nngrily jerk my net across ore In the full glee of hauling In tho your net, and you jerk your uet nngrily spotted treasures, through somo Imper- across mine, wo will soon have two fection of the net they splash back Into broken nets and no fish. The Trench the wave. That is too much of atrial revolution nearly destroyed the French nnd ecclesiastical war is of patience for most fishermen to en- fisheries, dure, nnd many a man ordinarily cor- .tho worst thing possible while haul rect of speech in such circumstances Ing souls into tho kingdom. I had tomes to an Intensity of utternnco un- hoped thnt the millennium wns about to justifiable. Therefore no good fisher- dawn, but the lion is yet too fond of man considers the time wasted that Is lamb. My friends I notice in the text spent In mending his net Now, tho that James, tho son of Zcbedce, and lible again and again represents Chris- John, his brother, w ero busy not mendtian workers as fishers of uieu, nnd wo ing "somebody eloo's nets, but mending are all sweeping through the sea of hu- their own nets, and I rather think we manity some kind of a net. Indeed, who nm engaged in Christian work In there have Dcen enough nets out nnd this latter part of the nineteenth cca enough fishermen busy to havo landed tury will require all our spare tlmo to tho whole human race In the Kingdom mend our ow n nets. God help us In tho of God long before this. What is tho Important duty! In this work of reparation wo need to matter? Tho (lospcl Is all right, nnd it has been n good time for caUhlng souls put Into tho nets more threads of coni' for thousands of years. Why. then the mon sense. When wc can present re failure? Tho trouble is with tho nets, ligion as a great practicality wo w HI nnd most of them need to be mended. 1 catch 100 souls where now wo catch proposo to show you what is the matter one. Present religion as an Intellects w ith most of tho nets ami how to mend ality and wo will fall. Out In the fish them. In the text old ebedec and his eries there nre set across the waters two boys James andJohn worts doing w hat are called gill nets, and the fish n good thing when they sat in the boat put their heads through the meshes nnd then can not withdraw them because mending their nets. The trouble with many of our nets Is they are caught by tho gills. Hut gill thnt tho meshes are too large. If n fish nets can not bo of any service In recan get his gills and half his body ligious work. Men nro never caught through the network, he tears ana for the truth by their heads; it is by the rends and works his way out and leaves heart or not at all. Nn argument ever the place through which he squirmed a saved n man and no keen unnlysis ever '1 ho Ulble brought a man into the Kingdom of tangle of broken threads. weaves faith and works tight together, God. Heart work, not head work. tho law and the Gospel, righteousness Awny with your gill nets! Sympathy, somo of our nets helpfulness, consolation, lovo are the and forgiveness. havo meshes so wide that toe sinner names of soma of the threads that wo floats in nnd out, and Is not nt any mo need to weave in our gospel nets when ment caught for the heavenly landing. we are mending them. Do you know that the world's heart In our desire to mako ccry thing so easy we relax, we loosen, wc wiiion is bursting with trouble, and If you tc let men after they nro once in the could make that world believe that the (lospel net escape into tho world and go religion of Jesus Christ is a soothing into Indulgences and swim all around omnipotence, the whole world would yea, would surGalilee, fiom north sido to south side surrender and from cast sido to x est side, ex- render this hour. The day beforo pecting that they will come back James A. Garfield was inaugurated as In tho cars going from ogain. We ought to make it easy for president I them to get Into the Kingdom of God, Richmond to Washington. A gentleand, ns fur as wo can, mako it impossi- man seated next to me in the cars knew ble for them to get out. Tho poor ad me, and we were soon in familiar convice nowadays to mnny Is: "Go and do versation. It was just after a bereave just as you did beforo you were captur ment, and I was speaking to him from ed for uod anil Heaven." in overburdened heart about tho sorTho net was not Intended to be any row I was suffering. Looking at his restraint or any hindrance. What you cheerful face, I said: "I guess you havo did before you wcro a Christian, do escaped all trouble. I should judge now. Go to nil styles of amusement, from your countenance that you havo read all tho styles of books, engago in como through free from nil misfortune." all tho styles of behavior as before you Then he looked at me with a look I were converted." And so through these shall never forget and whispered in my meshes of permission and laxity they oar: "Sir, you know nothing about w rlgglo out, through this opening and trouble. My wife has been In an Insano that opening, tearing tho net as they asylum for fifteen years." go, ami soon nil the bonis that ue exAnd then he turned and looked out pected to land lu Heaven, lieforo we of the window and Into the night with know It, are back in tho deep sea of tho a silence I was too overpowered to world. Oh, when go break. That was another Illustration let us mako it as easy as possible for of the fact that no one escapes trouble. souls to get In and as hard as possible Why, that man seated next to you in to get out church has on his soul a weight ttu-pdrc- il Is tho Uiblo language an unmeaning with which a mountain is a feathvcrblnge when it talks about er. That woman seated next to you In and keeping tho body under and about church has n grief the recital of which walking tho narrow way and entering would mnko your body, mlncl nntl soul tins straight gate nnd about carrying shudder. tho cross? Is there to be no way of When you nre mending your net for telling whether a man is a Christian this wide, deep sea of humanity, tako except by his taking tho communion out that wire thread of criticism and chalice on sacramental day' May a that horsc-hal- r thread of harshness and man bo as reckless about his thoughts, put in a soft silken thU-aiof Christian about his words, about his temper. sympathy. Yea, when you arc mend- nliout his amusements, about his deal inir vnnr nets tear out those old threads ings after conversion as before conven- - of gruffness and weavo in a few threads f sion? tho Gospel nets with of politeness and geniality. In tho which we havo been scooninir tho sea houso of God let all tho Christian faces iinne bad maah wWa nvwllcij. that they beam with a look that means welcome. have been all torn ti?TiCCCT "T c May "good rooming" to tha htrnnger as rushing out Into tha world of thoso ho enters your pew und at the close whom a tighter net would havo kept in. shake hands with him and say "How Tho only use of a net Is to keep tho fish did j'ou like tho music?" from going back to whero they wcro be- Why, you would Ihj to that man a loro ana taking them where they could panel of tho door ot 11 enven, you would not have been taken by any other bo to him a note of tho doxology that means. Alas, that the words of Christ seraphs sing when a new soul enters. are so little heeded when ho said: "Who- Thnt man is a thousand miles from soever doth not, bear his cross and home, und ho has just heard by telemine after Me can not bo My disciple." graph that 1i(h chihl is sick with scarlet The church Is fast becoming ns bad as fever, and his boy at college has got the world, and when It gets ss bad as Into disgrace nnd he has had business tho world it will be worse than the troubles and is so homesick he cun xvorld by so much us it will add hy- hardly keep from crying. .lust ono word pocrisy of a most appalling kind to Its of brotherly kindness from you would lift him into a small heaven. I have miiir uciecis. Furthermore, many of our nets nre In other days entered n pew In church, torn to pieces by being entangled with and tho women at the other end of tho Other nets. It is a sad sight to seo fish- pew looked at me as much ns to say: ermen fighting about sea room and pull- "How dare you? This Is my pew nnd I ing In opposite directions, each to get pay tho rent for it!" Well. I crouched his net both nets damaged by tho strug- In tho other corner nnd mado myself us gle and losing all tho fish. In n city small us possible und felt ns though I like this of moru than 800,000, there uro had been stealing something, ho there nt least MO.OOO not In Sabbath-bchool- s are people who hnva a sharp edgo to or churches. And In this land where their religion and act as though they thcro nro more than u,000,000 people, thought most people had been elected there are at least SO.000,000 not In tho to bo damned, nnd they were glad of it riabbath-school- s and churches. And In Oh, let us brighten up our munner nnd this world of ljoo.ooo.OOO people, thcro appenr in utmost gcntlcinnnllncss or are ut least 00,000,000 not In schools ladyhood. und churches. is to throw The object In such Atlantic Jn ocean of opportunity, there Is room tho fly far out, and then let it drop for nil the nets and all tho boats and nil gently down and keep It gently rising tho fishermen and for millions more. and falling with the waters, nnd not There should ho no rivalry between plunge It like a anchor; churches. Kach one does a work pe- an nbruptness nnd harshness of manner culiar to itself, 'Ihore ahould be no must bo avoided in our attempt at userivulry between ministers. Ood never fulness. I know a man In New York repeats himself, and He never makes who Is more sunshiny nntl genial when si'.r.Ltcrs alike, und each cse has a h bus dyanejiids flipn '"h?n he is not work which no other Titan in tho suffering from thnt depressing trouble. can accomplish. 'At fishermen are I havo found out his secret. When he wise, they will not allow their nets to startH out in tho morning s ith such decuttmgle; or if they dfTiccidentally get pression, lie asks for spegl&l grao to ? 1 I sen-cap- s to-d- ar -late-coiner-s, w s self-denii One-halunl-vor- when on our recent dctllcntlou day In thu :.::sheoftho ministers of all denominations stood oh Gcspol Escnpei hat n glad spectacle for men nnd nn-fr- ls keep from snapping up any body thnt day, nnd puts forth nddltlonnl determination to bo kindly and gonial, and bv tho help of OimI h it. Many of our nets need to lie mended In theso respects, the black threads nnd tho rough threads taken out, and tho bright threads nnd tho golden thrends of Christian gcnlnllty woven in. In addition to this wo need to mend our nets with more threads of patience It Is no rare thing for a fishennan to spend nno whole day beforo ho can take a St Lawrence pike, or nn Ohio salmon, or n Long Island pickerel, or a Cayuga black bass, or a Delawnre catfish, and he does that day nftor day without particular discouragement. Hut what 11 lack of patience if we do not Immediately succeed 111 Wo nro apt to givo It up nnd say: "I will never try ngaln." Into all our nets wo need to weave all along tho edge, and all through the center, grcnt, long, stout threads of Christian patience. How patient God has Wen with usl Can wo not bo patient with our fellows? I hud presented ma from Scotland a few day ago nn ornamented Inkstand, the wooded parts of which wcro made from a piece of a tree cut down by Mr. Gladstone, nt Hawnnlon, and sent by him to Scotland by request Tho incident reminded me of tho fact that :s wotnnn, who had long been on Mr. Gtndstiane'a estato, had a wayward boy, nnd in her despair she asked Mr. Gladstone to tako hllo prime, minister th Imv lu hand. of Hngland, with all tho mighty alTitlra of tho kingdom In his hand, he took that boy In his study nnd counseled him, nnd then knelt down nnd prayed with him, nnd tho boy wns saved. If wc nil had hearts ot sympathy like that, wh.it would be In us Impossible" "' it not delightful thnt I can sing so well?" said Jenny Llnd, In a hurst ot joy that shu could help others. "Is It not delightful that I can sing so well?" aVnd might we not all say Jn thankfulness to God: "Is It not delightful that wc can sympathlxe with others, nnd encourage, others, and help others, and save others?" Again, In mending our nets wo need, also to put In the threads of faith and tear out nil the tangled meshes of unbelief Our work Is successful according to our f faith. The man who believes In a Hlble, or the Itlblo in spots, thr man who thinks he can not persuade others, tho man who halts doubting about this and doubting about that will bu a failure in Christian work. Show mo the man who rather think: that tho Garden of F.den may hare been an allegory, and Is not quite certain but that there may be another chnnce after death, nnd docs not know whether the Hlble Is Inspired, and I tell you that is a poor stick. man for Faith In God, and In Jesus Christ and In the Holy Ghost, and the absolute necessity of a regenerated heart, In order to seo God in peace, is ono thread you must hnvo In your net, or you will never bo a successful fisher for men. Why, how enn you doubt? The hundreds of millions of men nnd women now standing in thq church on earth, nnd tho hundreds of millions in Heaven, nttest the power of this Gospel to save. With more than a certainty of mathematical demonstration, let us start out to redeem all nations. Tho rottennest thread that you are to tear out ot your net is unbelief, and the most important thread that you arc to put In it is faith. Faith in God, triumphant faith, everlasting faith. If you can not trust the infinite, the holy, tho omnipotent one-halsoul-savin- g 18 WEAKNESS. True the l'roper Thing o Cultivate. Rotifllng Roooptlon by tho Olvcn ft An old man died lately who had eld llt, uataatu wiuuvi tvjr n Important position In the pott office of ono of our largest cities for more lias "oinrlhlnR to than thirty years, !! wns appointed At noftsl". X. tei fonarna ,h" lHIIo "beforo tho war." Ono administration Say succeeded another, and one person nfter Tli' .Nation"! Treasury l.ootnl In A tl,f Inirrrat of ItMioana another was postmaster, hut this man Stirring AiMrrsa. remained undisturbed. When the reason wns naked, tho postmaster answerTho Clevelnnd ed: RurrAto, Mny 13. "There wero two: First, his work was Democracy, HulTslo's foremost political Second, he lived his orjrnnwstion, now socn years old and thoroughly done. nohaving a inemlwrslilp of upwards of own life imitated nobody, flrtltared men body. Ilo never looked nt other 1,700, cpencd Its now club houso tin aa belonging to this or thnt party, or ns Wnsn.iitrb'ii street this evening with flcTelnnd as guest and being above or below him In rank. men, true or unto spenktr of tho occasion. Tho houso They weredid him onlywork, nnd turned liisown "wiled and tho scene was true. He was At 7:30 the tame faco to a shoeblack and a govone. a T,ry brilliant Mr Cleveland was escorted to ernor." o'cleci torso Spanish "Tho tho "ub house, whore ho wns greeted proverb,man," says the cuts his own "who Imitates xvlth the wildest cheering, long continued and often repeated. Tho president throat." Certainly tho nation thnt Imitates anof the club. Herbert P. Illssell, dcllv-er- e suicide, J an nddress upon thn ptyposes anil other commits nn intellectual century, growth of the organization nnd In wel- (lermauy, for more than a Ideas come to its distinguished patron and used French books, wrote French guest. Mr Cleveland replied with a in tho French tongue. It was when expressed German speech, wh'ch was delivered with great Oothe nnd Schiller life In Its own language that German earnestness and which was received literature sprang Into new life. The Ho spoke ns follows: l.V same lesson has been taught in the hisMil I'nrsinixt AinfUsrtt-Haiesi- t wits as t star for Iba flrat ttm I I .ce to faf mltv tory of llu&slan nnd of our own liternixrlfnee thn ere sal ature. iriftooti mefrponHilllt ana prldn. Mr nnd vulgar boastings Miseofrrsp nslbllitf tlf from tnr relation urc-- c n ration as Us god father, and mr tot frv 1." noMa trannf r la wWch jou hava are not to bo confounded with true Mi t te Nothing can bo more weak I acknowledge your rluM tn bernetnT-auir. Irco a wmen inl" rne aniunaecouni - ri ins and contemptible than the Imitative ata r,ui This rnannfr rlKht srosia tawbea jou are devoted. ".Um.wracr," as titude, which many young people hold ctttott- - f.sttsat ta wrd on entering tho world. They nre ready In the nam of vour omaMiWIon, . mirh an,l la an wnrthvof sour care, to dress, talk, think, oven worship Ood, ttat Its cn fleanre should not la In the Itait after the fashion sot by somo man or VfSudfd 'bj anv vroflx unlrh 1 uot In Wr)tog woman whom circumstances havo eleWiih!inirratic alms and purposes. an account of mr political In M1 vated above them socially, but who I can only offer a record ot political conduct may possibly bo their Inferior In sense, familiar to all 017 countrymen, and supplement tula record by the declaration that I hare done taste nnd right feeling. the best I could to deserve the confidence la in "There must bo a me which you have o Rracefully manlfealct. every llock," says Sir Walter. The IVr the character of tho record thui prcaenteil, Is undoubtyourselves are answerable with me for It position of the too has been made under the Influence and en edly the moat agreeable and honorable. rouragement of the eentlmen'a and dottrlnea which the Cleveland Democracy base en ttrated Why, then, voluntarily sentence, yourandentorced. When we Marled losether In poself to be one of the despised llock that litical life and ro"ponIWlltT lour accepted freed taut hi that polltlca waa aomethlnf more run forever at his heels? Youth's Comthan adroit Jurglrry that there was still such panion. a thing as official duty and that It meant obllga-toto the people; that the principles ot ovr rrccnutlon. "Why do you always were worthy of eoncttAiuus study, Insist upon your w Ifc's singing In comand that the doctrines of true democracy, boa y etly and bras ely enforced, promised the ere at pany when yon know she has est good to all our countrymen and etacted "Hoeausc then I nm no voice?" Im through the length and breadth of nurlaml partial gorernmental cart) and Indlarrlmlnatlng sure the Is not tnlklng." Fllegendo Justice. You were not content to allow those truths to lllattcr. remain with you as mere Idle beliefs They Tho man who was cured by a patsupplied constant and a; gresslre metises for ent medicine advertisement probably your political activity and were your asplra tlos aa you went forth to do battle In the demo- made himself sick by reading a bill of cratic cause resting your hope ot triumph upon fare. Puck an unwaverlnir faith In the thoughtful and well Intelligence of the American people. sendee In Thus you were found doing valiant THE MAHKETS. t"ie eampatro of education. As the smoke ot tSe last stubbornly fought battle cleared away, Cisuisnavl May IX no soldiers on the field were found surrounded 1 by more trophies of victory than the forces of UVrSTOOIt-rttle-tinoSJ a . V .' T.-l- Hllr withdrawn from yuan nctlng club," snld Willie Washington. "Why?" "I couldn't stand It any longnh, you know. I wnscnwst for tho villain, and Mia l'cppcrton wns ihu heroine, and she was to sayt Villain, do youah worst.'" "That was easy." "Yn-a-s- i but Miss l'cppcrton wouldn't repent tho words. She said I had already done ns badly as nny one could reasonably expect "Washington I'o.t "1 hnve nraa-ttiAH which is not a patent medicine paradoxical aa that may sound. It's a discovery! tho golden discovery of medical run-down, There's a patent medjein 1 n science I It's the medicine for exhaustyou tired, ed, nerve - wastccl men and women ; for you sufferers from McCrass IM have you to d that l'vo a mind of my own! diseases of skin or scalp, liver Fogg never snld you hadn't Hut I or lungs it's chance is with 01100 know it man with n club foot I never know him to boast of It, howovor. every one, it's season .always, Iloston Transcript because it aims to purify tno fountain of life the blood-upo- n Hummer Tourists. Kansas Take tho Chtr.iEO, Ut Tanl which all such diseases City Hallway, ' popular route to nil points In thr scuulo Northwest ami the depend. of Inlorest on Connects with trans l'UKut Bound flic medicine is Dr. Pierce's continental trains for alt resorts dour to tho 1' It. I.ohh, heart of pious o seeker Golden lUcdical Discovery. r und Ticket Agent, (lonernl PusI'ttoculx llululiiit,, ChIo.o, HI. The makers of it havo know of anything mors cnotich confidence in it to ) truo ipve ri" ilnml iieiiguuui mini a "Ya" J'll'ci t What!" aaua "in o of sell it on trial. Uurar. them." Hivrtxr That is you can get it from nrr your druggist, .nnd if it doesn't svnv to tli con notion nml tnllil rlTrrt of Curler a Uu 0 I rerPllla. If jou try llioiti, do what it's claimed to do, you tliey will cirtJii y plcuso yon, can get your money back, Tna most poh e man ws know of Is one every cent of it. who nover ieru himself to loolt over hit own shoulder ostoti Truascrlpu That's what its makers call taking the risk of their words. I.tPtxs who pissrss tho finest complex-Ionunder-stan1 th-, n-s- -. 11 Etb-."I- )o 1 -- e. il no ,- - -.- (.nil rn-tsior- , Tiny, little, sugar-coate- d granules, arc what Dr. Pierce's PliMsaiat relicts arc. The best Poh nny rase cf nervousness, sleepless Liver Pills ever invented; .ac'', Ind jreilnn,d.vKils, '!. it suro In Urtcrit Llile Idler lilla. tive, yet mild in operation; relief V" tfm' Tits man who hi "a sight of Iroublo" cure sick and bilious headshould go toon c all Juugo. One a dose. aches. mnktt light of t o tapir. Ulll't Hair bl J Wldtkcr lli e, 60a Visitor tot 0 Zoo should not attempt aro patrons s of lllenu s Hitlptitir Kotin. Pittsburgh Uhron to bell-weth- Tltit beat couifh nrTolun Is 1'lto'a Cure for Lontumptloa B X ovcrj where. J5a Kvim vinegar has tJ work to be worth anj thing,- .- IMu ur b D.spukli bell-weth- Dysiieisia is lie Mini nf Hie present aetiemllon. II la for Ita ilemlaiils. MrU rurwMiiil ll to I'llra, ttiat nbso-lutci- Tint's Pills si milm CURES PERMANENTLY -- vtm'- - ,... I"JUI I PROMPT an iiviiiaja-assir.llljr nml B"liy lunannil onsin, alilnc Aucrlplsitruruisuaeaw lors paslmllittcluuil, llit-ta- linve tisrome an rmtiantj. Titer " Olllcc, Sold Evorywhoro. It C Iurrny St.. New York. HARfSHORN'S c wSSJWA V .- Ht- the last twenty years. Hut where shall we get them mended? Just where old Zobedee and his two boys mended their nets where you uro. "James! why don't you put your oar In Lake Galilee, or hoist your sail anil land at Capernaum or Tiberias, or Gadara,and, seated on the bank, mend your net?" John, why don't you go ashore and mend vour net?" No. thev sat on tho guards or the boat, or at the prow of the bout, or in tho stern of the boat. and they took up the thread and the needle, and the ropes and the wooden blocks, and went to work; sewing, sewing; tying, tying; weaving-- weavintrj pounding, pounding; until tho net mended, they push It off In tho sea. nnd drop paddle, and hoist sail, and the went through amid tho shoals of fish, somo of tho descendants of which we had for breakfast onerooin-In- g while we were encamped on tho beach of beautiful Galilee. James and John had no time to go ashore. They were not fishing for fun, as you and I do In summer timo. It was their livelihood nnd that of their families. They mended their nets where they were, in the ship. "Oh," says some one, "I mean to get my net mended, and I wilt go down to the publiclibrary, nnd 1 will seo what scientists say about evolution and about ttie 'survival of the fittest,' and I will read up whist thn theologians say aliout 'advanced thought' I will leave tho ship awhile, and I will go ashore nnd stay there till my net is mended" Do that, my brother, nnd you will have no net left Instead of their helping you mend your not, they will htcal the pieces that remain. JJettcr stay in tno itospel boat where you have all tho means for mending your net Where nre they, do you nsk? I nnswer nil you need you have w here you nre; namely, a Hlble and a place to pray. The more you study evolution, and mlopt what is called thought, tho bigger fool yon will be. Stay In the ship and mind your net That is where Jam", the son of Zebcdeo and John, his brother, staved. That is whero all who get their nets mended stay. I notice that all who lenvo the Gospel boat and go ashore to mend their nets astny there. Or lf they try again to fi h, they do not catch anything. Get out of the Gospel lniat nnd go up Into th world to get your net mended, and you will live to sea tho day when yon n i feel llko the man who, having forsaken Christianity, sighed, "I would given thousand pounds to feel ns I iiid Tho time will come In 18J0." when you would bo willing to git a thousnud pounds to feel us you j, in 1801. Theso men who have given up their old religion can not help you a bit It Is my opinion that tho most of tlioso ministers who gave up their old religion are In search of notoriety, 'I hey do not succeed in attracting much at tentlon They are tired of obscurity They must do something to attract nt tentlon, so they sit down on tho beach nnd go to tearing to pieces tho fishing nets. Instead of mending them, I lie staid old denomination to which they belong does not pay them enough at tentlon, so they attract attention by striking their grandmother. They On not get enough nttentlon by ritnuding In tho pulpits, so they go to work and break the church windows. , cut-wat- Oh, this Important work of mending our nets! If we could get our nets g right wc would accomplish more In in the next year than wc havo In soul-savin- the Cleveland Democracy. Surely your rewards are most abundant You hate not only aided In the advancement of the democratic atandarJ, but you have also con trlbuted your full share la demonstrating that the people can be trusted when arouajd to though tfulnrss and duty. When I aurgeal to you that much sturdy fghtlng still awalta all those enlisted In the ecmocratlo ranks, I feel thai I am speaking to veterans who have no fear of bant campaigning w e may be sure that unless we continue active, watchful warfare we shall los what we have (ilnol In tne people's cause Insidious schemes are started on every side to allure them to their Awakened to a sense of wro" and ." ustlce, promises of redress and benefit are r id up to their eight 1 ke Dead ea fruits en the t1 t tempt th eye but torn to pa " T ;e selfish and designing win not forego , struggle but will constantly seek to regain (heir vantage ground Drouth tempt'ng falla "a and plausible preteits f frlrn-lllneae which I believe ihe most threatening 13 day stands In the way of the safety of our r 'Vernmenl and the happiness of our eople. Is reckless and wicked eitravaganre In our nublU etpendlturra. it la the meat fatal of all tlw deadly brood born of govern mental prr.-ron- . 1" hides beneath Its wings tfte betrayal of the people's trust and holds potferlos In Its fas r natlng glance the people's win and ron srlence. It brazenly eahlbltr tod'y a blll:on lar congress Hut lately a large surplus re lined In the people's public treasury after all esoeodlturea then by no means economical. This condition waa presented as polt ve people to the American sonot that their trarten of tstatlnn was on st terau unnec-rsisrand yet whl'e thepo r ar protest la atl'l heard thebarpyot Publl 1 itranranco devours the surplus and Imnu'e-tl- y Ita ststwrlng victims calls to br"" still larger supplies within the reach o' A h tl tears ago a Ha lna"ate apret V pens a roll amount og M flftv three ml lions ot bvoiirpatrl dollars was willingly ottc r Miens. public eitravaance decrees three times thai sum shall b drawn from e people upon the pretest that Its ex pend ure represents the popular love of the. soldlrr Not many years ago a river and harbor b appropriating eleven mllltons of dollar-ga- ve Vow pub 10 a loud popular protest lie eitraragance commands an appropriation eftwtvtwo millions (or the mine purposes, and tie pop!e aresl ent To - lay millions are paid 'or birefae-ubldr- and this Is of nrthllc at ir condonedthus the new marauder Is a ant 1 1 oe, which In company with Ita vicious turn tar" par'n"r bear- - pU'cred benefit to the homcDol 'a of favored selfish Interests. We ucil uul Miliu Hi deliails Turn KlieTO we win we see the alvar.ee of this devouring and destructive creature. (r r democrat ef lib. teaches us that the nse lease lactlcsof money from tKe p-- pie upon th Is the worst ol false prrtevt of pnbllc n all governmental perverslona nnd Involves the greatest of all dangers to our guarantees or tus. tlce and rq- Itr. We need not unlesrn th'a lea on to spprehend the fact that behind such ex action snd, s 'la source of eslstn e. Is found pul'i estravagance The ai will not be laid at the root of the unwholesome tariff tree with cc Its v'f'e-- s laeraslltj- - ar.,1 until wc re sea aid destroy Its parent and support. Mat the growth of public extravagance In these latter dava. ami lis unconcealed and drcaC'nl mantfestatloia. force us to the con ternnat'onot other crimes, of which It la guilty, besides uujusl eawiiotis from the peor le, O.irr , rnment Is so ordained that Its Ufa blood flows from the virtue and rntrlotlsm of oarpore and its health ant etrons-l- depend upon the integrity and falthfulne -- s of the'r 1 node servants If these aro destroed on government If It endun-- will enduroonlf In name, falling to b ess thos for whom It waa created and falling In tta mission as an example to man kind Iublle extravagance In Its relation to In e tarll laws, not only lavs an nnltist trbu'e cpnn the people, but Is responsible for advantage bestowed upon special and nnfalr favored Interests aa the price of partisan sup port T ns the exercise of the popular will for the benefit of tho country at larirels rrpla'-- d toper brsorddand selfish mollies dlr-ilesons! advantage, while the encouragement ol suehmtlves In public plate for party ends, deadena the official conselence. Iubl 0 estravairanco directly distributes arlfta and gratuities among th people, whose tolera tlontf waste Is thus eecured or whose. p-- t party servloa a'e thus compensate-!- , or who 'J his are thus trttied to future, rnrtr support m makes the eontintliinro of k,t-.-r- . servant than the tronuer motive among public faithful discharge of tho people's true' and sows the seed of contagious corruption In tho bodruilltic. Iluttaaar mind, the saddest and moat frlgnt ful result of public extravagance Is seen In 'tin 3 e readiness of tiia Blisses cf cur p;cs!- -a pot dishonest Mil only heedless to themselves to that dereliction In tmbloola 0 which It Involves Kvldcnce Is ttUJfut-lsh- cd that our counlrvmtn are In danger of loa'ng the scrupulous Insistence upon tha faithful ills charge of dutvon tho part of their public ser vants, the regard for e onomy and frugality tho In which belong! to sturdy Arrer'canlsm dependence wh'ch relies upon personal on and the love of nn honest and w II deavor rcgulsfd got eminent nil of which He ntthe fourdstlon of our free Instltut ens Have I overstate" the evils and donreraHth which the tremendous growth of public ex travssanee tlirentenspsi toKery man w-- loves panse nrd his country well enough that I have notthink of know these things must we push on In our riimputgn Let us. then, aa especially Impress up 11 nur of education countrymen the lesson which teaches lint pubilingerons tlilnir lic eitravaganco las that frugality and economy nre honorable that virtue and watchf dnessof tho people nro the abuses In thcti the urct safeguards govmment. and Ihnt thort who profess tc Jcrvo their frl'ow cltleni In puMIo plato null be faithful to their trust HOOH Choice HuM4isrs Common (Jood packers ag lly 4 11 3 u HIIKUl'-lloodtoth-- l.SMIIS-rtprlr'LOl'll-r'am- . lra Oats Hve-N1 1 .VaSrcd a.1 Nal mixed .stvv mixed ...,.. ..- .... -. ... .. ... - Itt II S l.J 4 IS) 0M to IS U 4Iff U II CO w w 11 sn ItM fltanatism ipo'&m mm SCIATICA rrf)siZZ7r" nr Mu NOT CE AUTOGRAPH - art cf ImtUUrt. f!t - LAsartL tOtNUINC ira-Ct- I ahs to ebu lee TOIIACV-O-Mediuleaf . .. . Good leaf ... I'UOVIMONS-M- ms rpetx. ... . Lard, prlwe atearu .. l!t!TTr.lt-Co- ee dairy .. Irlwe to choice ero tmery AI'PI.E-rrwa. rOTATOKS-p- er s AV - l'Mne .,, ii am tt I ) M terM tsush. 1 msuii ia 19 u ? II u a t U 1 a UltM li'1 III U U U Ol n M " t RacKAcfres MURALGrf allfichcs, 'TRACTION AND PORTABLE sr RUMELY NGINES. M Threshers and Horse Potters. U FMJUH-KUIIAI.S'-Whfat- alr -Ko NBW VOItlf to Kaney No. I red Corn -- No. t mixed, new Oats Mixed POKIC-N- ew mess ... LAUD Western steam CIUCAtlO. FI.Ol7n-VlOltAlN-wbeat-- red. I M 1 04 U I . ISM) lo a Kti0 est, U '4U U 1 OS 1 1SS till 5 I 1 . M! XI it DO rats II RUMCLYCO., 's vVrna fur ''? lEtrlsICaU. nuT'IND. LAPORTE, MAS NO EWUniw. istMe Best! ,l rc-- SI0.? Per Acre rlfiatlstaiw-Mii.air.r-- S."? J; ANO rsearslossH (3 YOU ".O.BotfcA nlr Nci r No. 1 lhicag mrq-- ra x. Osta-N- o. POItIC LAUD-Hlea- red .. spring. palaau .. 1 1 ft ti 01 !...... Msss.. I Miied .. .. . 11 It 00 IS M CO Is t t 0i m ' SINGV Saad 3 Ciall In TUP. HESi. STII II COMPANY. rarxaahMr-avMft SHEET MUSIC 3 CTS. r;Lr.fc!s:M,w,MASON,Hotioi.,v. A series cf t tsrsaassaisrsrsa- -, ar a .l r r I tatvi or oryan, ijt HI i ttn itrn-1s- t Do You Want to Make et : it Kntin recta taenia, r a s u, jjeca da t Irci.U, iis vaitshfcMiar ss!14a. a Ptt'ies Stanst for fist! tod List, rsasfTTw l rriltr Mltwstai.iftMia,atas 6!Vr.WWrVW.Vii?M ,rAMt smh Money? WHIU(Y till w (1 s so O l 1 tUU.jnatJIa ?r. tsu ruts1 rrri. 11AL.TIMOUK. riOim-FainOliAlN-Wbe.l-- tly No. PofT- I.Alin IleOned CATTLE-fi- rst Oats l- llT.1 . M 1 ,... ..... . ... ie, Il U1V CClrD ctRto to iitr cur to. Wsanl Ike rumeanjat. Iim rCl Ml dfeMofevevy sufferer in tas ix no 0. ROTUrVll i IINUffl A X K -- B. si aam M limn r !arUIi;u,al,!ttVa,s.I- V :aivKM.U. Aodress, SO- ttfttl AT MUMS WTM ;,i.T.ar:KHfVxira si . aiitMia.ua. SMinats. ia.ii.i.iiai. fats rataaas NABITI !. 's lioas fluatlly.... No, . INMANArOHS. No. i oi o OlSOl nn os M Q0LD21T HIi!0BIS3 SSJtVy.f Urn. tioniafsriil titrtrA 4 wr tnif iiatMiil . - jtn, lO&U Aiv, V .in..Ur ftl-ntit- n34,I la tU witr.x tritai-iMT- o ATJrrtrriarita taai lalatWsS A4.rlW.s OltAIN-Wheat-- ixm-- r Oath No. QUA IN t ... : lied ,, , ,. rLOUKKamllr OATh Wheat No. Cons; Mixed.. Wlxeil LOUISVILLR. . . . t red ... . ' a OSts 1 t ei n tl 01s 01 ItKUKlir I'Ott CATAWUL-aV- at. JI50-Cheapest. Itellef It ImraaUaM. A cur d la i 1 leaat It tun no eraL U certain. rjulest to ts. 71 l m rOKIC-M- ess hhit LAUD Meant... u en It Is an ointment, :, o tsliieh a small rrt-"I.t- t nostril, liter. Mr AMtl tr Jrerxlstt r eent iMieat, 11 r. lUxxt-risl- . tr rnslL r alien, aprt led to CM JAVAlAlAkM!Al.lA 4 TJoe Ladies" Home 20 1 Mailed to any address from now A Journal a vs fe tm to tmmm nly Xrti.lL ur; mWs lata x iwm 5 m . &. MHH JaxaBHBHBM A BlilalslslslslslsK BE1evy I I &lff 4 Ri mi " i (BALANCE OF THIS YEAR) a HPHEI BsiBVQIHHalalsalsaV So Cents fjmB ''VsOtalHlIaaBaaVaialsalsaV SBt 3ff 1 ixA Bml wE$Bk . I. IK t. M AAWAmJfm lr i!iMAWmm&mi$tfm fr rs 4 nwHtMMmm $ An Old Periodical. 5 'mEU3IDMmKMSLlwlWKwtm features Reminiscences of Sho What paper do yon contribute) FEW of the leadingl .xHisbc4&fifl i to? He (wishing to bo facetious) The Waste Hoskot. "Is that n now publication?" "No, Indeed. It's ns old ns uuy paper ' published .lsht, Mrs. A X BEECiiER's'rf'llwTI embrace hj)wzmWrh" JtK Kv?&iifc t. Wf ri ll- fa 1 I M . x&Mte. WmC rxZm't Withy "There goes n fellow ol Slowly "Who? consldcrnblo brain." He Sissy? What aro you driving nt? . There is no harm In being respect- Everybody knows ho Is a iorfoct ed In this world, as I have foiindout; and Wltby-"W- ell, didn't I say he If you don't brug 11 little for yoursolt was a fellow of consldcrnblo brnyhi'?" depend on It there Is no person of your Spirit. acquaintance who w ill toll tho world ol I)lmo Mtisoum Mnnafrer "Hut I your merits and take the trouble, off your hands. Thnckeruy. don't wo nnytlilnfr remarkable about you. Wlmt's your RiH!clalty?M Apjill- m nl. No msn is Xnmi into tho Wmld Cnlit- - t.r Vt. ..aUavUIZl ijiiuu S....,, sMU- whose work In ixt horn with him, Thcrs Mftnnfer "(H nothlngl You ain't U is nl wnyh vicrk and tools to work w I thai, fefttalll" Appllcnnt "I know it You for those tth will; and bleascd are tl mlp'Ut exhibit mo aa tho amallcst giant homy luiiitU ol toll, Lowell, In the world." Boston Transcript. Jack-aHR- I i 3 i HENRY WARD BEECHER Society Sketching their entire home-life- . Women as Housekeepers. 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