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A " Street tint door lo Oitjr HalL CEORCE WARREN, Editor. j - TOT OLDMTKWiPAPB p WESTERN i.y 32. BALE BILLS, ENVELOPES. KENTUCKY. 1891. LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC, ETC GALL AND SEE US.' ABOVE HUMAN LAWS. A Religious Sert In .Vlnlisinft Too Good t I Ivo In This L'nnntry. I'rlfoof Subscription, $150 CUfWIENT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. MAY 29, VOLiiJM CHiLIA TOPICS. THIRD PARTY. Party Tnr frost Mexican tnrlrr Is bring revised. Wiscossin slum berries nro kllltil by new luncheon AtisTlltl.tA'a ilrnfted. A tiriimiK duCCM sleep. T.C71 ti la Chrlntonod "Tho Pooplo'a of tho United Btatou." constitution li of loltuco In Proceeding., of tlm National Unlou fIl(lf.l..l.A ., SIIIVII.UUll. vvMlUIGHbU It. Ul.tl...... II A Tub Ponnsijfniilr.' railroad employ, cnjrlnccrrs. JS-Bilteatlii- TUMJlJH K ' TT flHHnblHlK?HIiHni.A.UJ. ton. B. P. Wit Tex., lin n lauded. Tin: heavy frttaLs ill.l not endanger tho crop of Immigrants , ClwciNS-tTlMny If- f- Tlio Nntlonnl Hismauck announces Hint he will not Fnlon conference of the,Knrineri Aliiappear In tho n Ichslng nt onee. . TIIK clnpcn.r ol China Is said fti """inniwpi liW ' swamiuruii.ti.tpctlto for oyster. "r""J' x V" conllnc.1 to A Mt.ST.itAL Judge has decided ;'lrel Knight, of tl.ata ! ,n,ho. II I M and n liolel eooh U t.rt .. .!,,..,..k(l .,i Labor Winer. Of the tni--s am! strip. Firr,,- cm.lc... in ti,., MM.I.. ... iwi ... ..... i L '..(H(.u.i..1 .. nore .. i;iu iiiitu with it iiroiuaiuii. nre studying telegraphy tut three lnottoin, on- - ulrptiiJinl aoroM " . 'jLiii ".r v" TTBMkaHaHHLfjntr Mat the ktnire, "t'nltnl wo Mnml, OWMeil wo a .. TZISKiB.IIHIRIIBIilllEiHIHillHHakeS aUsaalaUin .w t rMlerleu-5 - Tiik Inrgest sonul In tlio world U at Woolwich, ling Ooi i nn.l sllior uralirrlln bundles lire ttu longer goisl fonn, riilfiirm nr Principle. Adopted anil n .Satliinat llieriillre I'niiiniltl'O I'erineil nml -- In! Prohibiting Ownership of Free Culnaga nr AllrrJ Do- - Mlet i"ien .,,,," ... Mi't-aw-l mm lUck Hint lay reffulnrlr 1aMi of Mnrtisnn county, hlnck eppi An UN there In no accouutlnjr for J he AlosknttH nrc foml of trnw IxiTle Mmkcil In ol) Dil lU.HTir i uVk Mimmnry of the cen Mis Just taken In I'nrls n total ixipulntlon of S,4ei,t0tf A nikki. wlm of cn,tinl strength nml tension xmcr to copper ulro has ben nt Worcester, Mns. Tri.rriiosjr. glrN in Ocnnnny wear uniforms nnl nro treated with illln-j;nlli'-- 'l consldcrntlon hy patrons. Tnr directors of the world's Colum lilnn exmltlon nro pondering tho question of no American Indlnn exhibit Srn ntists mj It will not 1m long 1ffoi. will i" inipeiiei by 'lcilr!clty lustendof luiikculsr force. A uraitiKiT of Mehnnes, V. U, pur-ch- l n secfind hand innttress and upon i)Iiilng It found JI.01I In greenhncks. Titx has l on foot a movement for raising SSOO.000 hy suWrlptlon for making nn exhibit at the World's fnlr. A Maixk fnrmer cut his loot and saw his red sock, thinking It w ns Wood, h falnfil, l.nt hlulfn oxplnincd and he '.vel. Ciiiw hns formally accepted our to partlelpntfl In the norld's 'oliiinhlnn exMIHou, ami will make a full display. Inn pmiiliiin on gold In tho Argen tlno ItepuUfe Is 97S hnt It, It takes Argfiitluo paptir money to liuy I ?IW In rin hos -- M-- JTJf h.i although seventy years old, is still erect nnd strong She nttrllmUwi her gsl health to always having slept well Tiii.iik nre. now 1U.3T newspapers of ilirrnnl ehtM.es In the United htatea and CiuindH n net gain of 1,013 over Jn.sl year's reeonL A theater for colored actors will probably mmui le ereetetl In l'hiladel-lihla- . 11 will I the only plnyhotiMi of llin kind In A lurries. liNcr of teler.v Is mnde by steeping one ouneo of celery seM In n half pint of v Inegiir A few drop w III mnke gtXsl llnroriiig for soups. Tiik Crnrew ith of liussln would tax the putlcneo of American tmiumen During hU reevut Indlnn tour he re quired no lesa than thirty carta for his miiC 1:110111, Ann ! 'ppoItlon to nil monopolies." lha entire Hoor an ell nit a jKjrtion of the Ktntro wai t'lrcn up to tho ile ifnli, the two tiers of tlie iTnlUrlcs belnjf thrown open t tho puhllo. 'I ho tiro iilllaiico cunjrreMraen enmd In together nm! ns they pasvJ ih. n tho mNIo tho rnst nilillcnco row to Its feet ( .tliiinlty . nnil cheered again and lo hi, t Wl.1U.r f ,0R M!ppa wlthoutU'lnk'sren. while Senator IV t fernnil HeakerlJldcr, wliocnmi In lain received an ovntlon. So dlil'.Strcctrr, of Illinois: Wnslilmrne. of Itoston; Weaver, of Iowa, and Congressman of (leorgla. The duty of calling tho convention to order devolved upon V t Klghtmeier, nml led hy tho hlg organ tho pnrttel pints Joined in tho atlrrlnff strains of tho national hymn. 'f tiero was a striking scene nfler the close of n fervent prnjcr hy Rev IU ti l'orter, of CliM.lunntli when every man nnd woman roso to their feet and In loud and distinct tones repeated tho I.ord' prayer Hon. Charles Cunning-ham-, of Arkansas, wa chosen temporary chalnnan and esoirtd to the plntfonn hy four union soldier. In a brief spoech he outlined the clrrum-stance- s under which tho convention hadlieen called. A century ngo their fathers said that when the government became insupportable they had a right not only to protest hut lo resist, tt was that right they )itul met to cxcrclM'. It was not war or pcstllenco that had ground down thntoilersto the condition they were. In to dny. It waa the heel of the shylocks. Tho vopUv however, had dlagoiilod the discnso and propoM-- Ui nni1 n remedy bero nnd now Chairman Cunningham olo-e- d with n fervent np- d chusetts, were mule nssistint for Hcrgeaut-at-arius- eal ror Harmony. (. II. Jonet, of Missouri, was chosen temporary seen tary. W. II. Itohb, of Iowa, and (1 F. Washburn, of Massasecrtta-rics. S W Chase, of Knnwin, was , at Snxnnnah, Oa.. Is said the oldesl In tho United Mates. It was built in IMS oil n solid rck foundation, with walls Unit nro four feet thick. Kwirnou Wuiuvi goes nUuit nt night to certain plnces, where Ills soldiers nnd sailors nre to found. In onlnrto pick up critlalsms of hUj " nrmy and nnvy. , l 11111 nuys up a ioi 01 .uss Loudon shmil a every year linprrves nnd elinnsos them, and lets theiii to picked tenants This Is her iiUal of practical rofurui to tie phiy-hnu1 luggage. Tnr: theater Captain G. A. 1'onVr, onnrttaaa. taeu rend the othci.il call for this iiifrrenco nnd requested th various rganlratlons their niiur herein named to rise were called, which "& done, applnnso greeting the appearance, of ex federal rnrmora' tfnd confederal mldlcra, a Alliance, which showed great strength Next csuio the Citizens' Alliance, and tho Knights of Labor, the colored Farmers' Alliance, which Mr. Tower stated were a unlllonstrong nnd ever ready to do battle. Hearty npplauso greeted each. There was a cheer whin thn wii'ds, "National Union .Conference,' wore read. Mr Klghtmeier then read the supplemental call Usucd from Topoka Inil'eb Nebraska, assistants. Katon, of Ohio, and and 11 K. Lewis Helrcr, of uary lntL imtn A motion to adjourn until 7 p tn did not prevail, and the following names were adopted na member of the comwith Instructions mittee on to go Inio session Immediately and Ion (' -- t suilti. pro-pa- re fighter A Minim expedition to Ml SL Kilns mIU M'lit out this 'iiiminer by the National (leiigrnphle society The prime object Is tn ascertain the true height of the eak A vil wv w ith 'i wife nnd family nt O.iinakcus, I'.i . recently olopetl with a Mind girl 'I ho girl la perhaps excusable for her sVioitsightetlness, but not ' m the gay tie oil or. Till. py-ril- l of the servants alone of tieorge Child's country place at llryn Mawr itin.Miiiti to Jl.tHM) a mouth This is said ti, Ui tho finest cnur.trj roaM.Tifo ill the I 'lilted States. hour, time agon lloston butcher died. Ills follow butchers sent for tho funeral n f.oriil emblem representing n hmu is Mi olio slice cut iilT. mid the motto: Ho Is out of pleklont last" Cuimkm T, tho .Spanish dancer, Is rcHited to luiio laid up V0,(!0Q aa thu result of her nrtlstlc ivrfonunnces In fho is tne one tortiinnto tins country. who diincca, but dock not hnvn to lny tho piper. 1'oilTli nh of tho vertebral havo leen remoied from tho spinal column of 1'rederlok Klchhoru, of l'lilladelphla. Tho jomig man's lxsly wns pnnilyed by nn accident ho reeelied In tho early spring, nnd by tho remoinl of tho parts mentioned the parulyslN entirely disappeared A jmikimi has Invented a device for use in sleeping cars that promises to liecoiuo popular. It Is n ladder composed of tubes of leather that provide! rnsy nccess to upper lierths. Tiik biggest o run go tree In Louisiana Is claimed to lie, In Terrebonne parish. Tho lloumn Courier ilalmt that it is fifteen feet In circumference nnd fifty feet high Tho lehl this year is to n nch 10,000 oranges. Coiim lots nro not nlwnys the most vnluable. In Winnipeg theynsUrJOii foot less for comer lot than for nn one, becnuso It costs so much to clear oft the niiow In w Inter around corner lota that people don't prefer them. broken At tho ngo of slxty-fiie- , down in health and fortune, Mndamu lunauschek Is to lenvo tlio stage. A few yenrs ngo she could hnvo retired n wealthy woman with fmnouudlmmed, but she yielded to tho fatal temptation to keep In thu hnrnchH. Miss Suk Dkiiout, of Ahlonioii, W. Vn , hns offered to sell to tho city of llnltlmoio a pot lion, thnt will soon "row beyond her control. When only lireo hourn old ho was tho gift of a n Im1 11 11 ho commands ln Charleston, Is u nntlM- - nj Ioma, gra.!Sutat the Nnvnl ncedemy In served luring tho cliil war, and lias the repuw - Out. ltrM. tV I tation of j H. llu.lil Csllfornli II put DM Rob O Curtl., ronneci I'hsrles M (oa. Ilia A lllsndj OtarvU II. C trlclufColuiailt Vosli Illino . Jmr n ihoii, in sns. i. I, J O. MsnVIn lows J II Wrsteri Kn Otis ICntucky U t) Iluitln Msino. t D. Run li Mk.tsoMiMtUs.Vt A.lircca MIcMna. Mr H h V Kmrrr MUn.sMs. UnSllui lkn Mis'oirt, livrrctl lensnt; Nrbrssks. ,sw iik WlllUm llonrn (s.w.r-- . j Joiin Si III IVnn.rlvinls " Aw osio 11 II. llitkl I.lsn'i II llshp.i ntin se VlnMBla, J II l IHlwrno Tri "". - M omin lloioii cnmlB, MrKll A (IkinWioi.i j II K Ktxan Tho convention then adjounntl until 0 a tn The eoniiilttoii on platform nnd resolution m t nt 0 o'clock and orgnnled by the selection of Ignatius Donnelly chairman und Hubert Schilling as seo Alkn..J lorln l the convention's platform O K.in!i llilrnt K l. 11 11 tetary .Several of the indiilors were inclined to mike the resirt kind of "omnibus bill' b.i t icor iratlng planus touching tho woinii s sulfr-i.;e- . control of rallw-i'y-s nnd d acorn mora of radical theories. Wcnvf and riowor fdronuously resisted anfrcfor-en.11 1 1 v. Mi diowmnn, is docile nnd ohedimit, nnd Tho pH on tho floor besldo her bed. zoological department of llaltlrj re Um aaltcd her to name a price. tnt iW legations show Minnesota, Wisconsin. Knn-kiiNYbrnskn, Soutli l),ilol, lUlnols, low mid Ohio to lie uumiliiious for placing a third party presidential tlekct In tho Hold. Last night tho delegntes, hernled by a band, .unrobed through tho principal streets to Music llnll w hi ro mldresses worn delivered by Senator l' ffor and T. W' Wllklns, of ICansns, on the condition of agricultural nnd wagi earning classes und tho need for political action In order that redress of existing abuses might be Insured. Cincinnati, O., May W.- -H was after 10 o'clock when tho cnnientlun was n i ailed to order this morning nnd Hoc Dr. (lllbcrt Do I. a Matyr offered n fenent supplication for dlrlno nld and support for the new movement, which was punctuated by numerous "Aniens" from tho audience. After this It wns developed that tho expense of orgnnlrlug nnd holding the convention had been less than SKK), there was nevertheless a In thu treasury, nnd so nn hour or more w n occupied in taking up a hat collection whllu tho ener.ilile Jcbbu llarper, of Illinois, inido 0110 ot hit characteristic side splitting addresses. The report of the committee on credentials, which wan next presented, hhnwed that thirty-fou- r states nnd territories' were represented by 1,417 delKan-an- s egate, having proper credentials headed tho list with 411, Ohio second with '117, I ndlnna hnd 1S4, Illinois tirety, declaring that It was tltno that 8S, Kentucky ft9, Nebraska 01, Texas M, the furniern of tho south nnd the laborMinnesota :i0, Wisconsin 'Jl, MIssomlT.I. ing men of tho north clasped hands The first exciting "nUodn of the day iicriiss the bloody thism nnd burled tho wno precipitated by an invitation to thn b 'Ay hlrt forever. delegates fioiu tho local loininittee to He was followed by Union soldier, ho tho guests of tho lattor at lunch dur- ficn John W.ulswortli, of Fort W'itne, the apeaker who extended lad., who called upou the Texas evcou- ing k, 11 HvOon-gressina- to thlid party. Ilallots taken In, their 11 green-bncke- r, First district. Of CluDxiTlAi N K Hoark. Third. M Illinois S John V Snyres. Fifth, II. TautMncek. Kausas I'. 1' Ktder, Levi DumliauM, It K VT Niwman: Sixth, D. C. Hemingway; Fev Oshora. enth.J M.Walker: Eighth, T. M Ca dwell; ICetlucky U K tlraios. K V. Smith. T O Ninth M.C. Hutching, 'tenth, J H.Markhsm: J. TV. Tallin Eleeettb. W. R Knight; state Ixiulslana-- J. J, Mills. l)r IL II. Paine, Joha Verkes, W. E. Hlley 1'lrkeU rst COUMITTEK-Fldistrict StAtx Cistiiai. (1 K. O. V Washburn, MaM.Khuietts W. J. Debre; Second, A. Handerson: Third, tlnian V. M lloynton Michigan -- Dm Ldlln, Mis H. K. V. Kmery W H Taylor. Fourth. C. M Harrett: Fifth, V,'m E sHIley, Sixth, C M F Slrger. Sev , JoInO ubel Ji Inuesoti Ignatius Donnelly, C N. rerklns, .mli. It A.Nlancock; Eighth, J W Yerkes; Andiew r.tcieu.on Slot., lwls L'bus: linih. A. II. Stewart; Miinurl-- I' ut J Dickson, J W. Itodg rs, Kl'v.nth, David O Colson k. W O Atkekon or Tit! costevhov M Maine II. Ilobb. K A. Howard, 13. W. Vine I'lix-iprsSecond, J. O. Hmlth. 0bMbTi Net.rA4. J.u vm --.SaaTaTffarcaidfHfft Tbh.N jtat MaxVefin., whloh nl 1H onln lluirt lrrer. J (' Oibb. IL . LAgUXf iuiMWMhIi TI omas; Teulh, J. W. OkUlio na Samuel Crtxrkcr, A. YU stsnftvy. Elcve-t- h. Fam Kash. John llotfun After tbe commute., were appointed a recess It. A. TlJonipMt, V, IL Agncw, - t..iu.n. in t .ltnar.ianUp Isnui of half an hoor was taken for tho committees . South Dakota -- J W Hardin, 11 I.. Louck. torryort Attire minutes rast J o'clock Mr. Kret Zcpp Colson called the contention to order and the Teias W IL Ijmb, Thctna. Gains, J. It eomnrt ee on permanent organization DaK for John Feland. of Christian county, for P. Osborne. O W. J. Kay Tenness o- -II permwent clialrman, and Ham J Koberts, of John W James Alfred Man bert Prhllilng Ixlrrtnn, permanent secretary, and recom-roenile- J Wis oiln-- l( helmer A J I hi Up that all the republican newspaper West Vlrir nil Luther C Shlna, Georgo W qaantHv ot land and amount of munejr pre.ent act ns assistants. II -- Me dcnianJ tho free and unlimited coin Itammrnt TmmaaaKeny Wb e the committee appointed to escort the Wiomltip 11 II helcnstoln, James A. Smith, aj.uf silver to the stage were looking forhlm, ehalrrtn II l Metrett O Wad.mand tharafaiL of laws prohibit e" and he Crandall, S. A. there f re louJ calls for Bradley Inn alien oanerahlpnf lamf nd that comrre.i District of Couraba-Le- o In aaad.ssreech of thirty minutes' duration. the take prompt uctl in to derlv- some plan to ob Uland, IL J Scbultets tatn all land now owned by tjten and fore an which he advocated the grand rrlnclp'es of U- -l I bjr railmsdi jrndlen o nnd Ihst all Isndi repub lean party In ihe courso of his remarks UNAULE TO AGREE. sum as Is and other corporation. In e Ji-o- t rt'erred to, I'resllent Harrison and Mr e re lalmisl actually used nud needed bj 11 , che-rln- g at the held tt- - a tu il III' rs The KnUlits of I abiir and tlm Miners' (Hairs, and there was much bj Iho mentl. of their names. Tho escort committee only. I'roterlile Tnlnn spill on tlio lurstlon stilt not being ready to report, there were loud In the doctrine ot ntisl rlahtt to nf M lint tlnliic tho etrlko In tlio Cok. pr ilteg. to bone, k I'eiutndlbnl all, calls for Rev Geo W llnlton (colored), ol Ilrwl'-taxation muonal ktato er mm le pil sbnll Lmiiitl'e He enterta ned the convention for not be ue I to build up one tntcrolor olaii ak , May 31. A split has tw.rtr minutes In his happieit style Tnen the .Scottiivi.k, Pa tb. eiieneof niotU. r nil tho chairman to th. plat- tho two labor organ-Untion- s coma; ttee l; Ve .lomaud that reien ies national, occurred lietwecn lit the coko region, tho Knights tato or eouniv shall boilmltsl to the neces On t iking the chair Mr. Fel ind made a ten aarvoip na of thegorernmenl. rmnmivlijr of l.tilnir nnd tho Minors' Protective and hneujr a uu in.urrd mluiifs' speech. In which be said tho republim union. y Wed inunta ju.l and eultuWe Tuesday's district conicntiou cans ' Kentucky ouht not Itfce the demoof graduated tin on Income, called by tho K. of U., crat. t do nothing for their own stnteandbo ti Wo drrssol ib tnou rleld lmot n of miners wns ho convention would do toroctnla; for hot ui ilit) whoure 111 the majoilty. Tho Miners Ju.l national vonlrtik ud und transports l'rotectivo union were denied representreruns ut public communication not being on credentials Hon, nnd If tMscnntrnl ami s ip ri1lon docs Tto Yesterday a tneetiug of tho read committee Judgw George Denny was not renioin tbo ubuaes nnw cilalln wo ilemand ation ti a speech Ho nscindedjho plat-for- n and callcl n for tb. civrnmont osnershtp of suili ui.au of .Miners' Protcctlto uninttwrts rommiin rsllon nn I siull mul. app'auso nnd his remarks II Wed mjnd the election olpTsldenl. ilea the strike wns declared off und anonler lllseulogy of prr.ldcnl snd t'nited Mtn wnatrr by a ill given to the inemliers to return to work. were rflcn choired to thoecho, p,e 'enl Harr son, tho 1Kb short, w as received rect vote ot ino piopio 1 he K. of h convention waa resumed wlOid afenlngarplause, S That wo urge united ni lion of all prosres n ntt th eonf. rence Wedncwl iv The committee ntiiN-inte- d lvoer,Tv'Uitum Mr W A Marrow was then called for, and bvalxot Iho load reported that the superintendents re ma.' a very taking Utile speech. called for rolimarj gi, I r form orKiiiiliatlons. lot Tin ronnritlc' on credentials then made Its bo ap ported that tl.ey wore lout 11111 sliding lTtnt a national committee had pointed t JP Ih ton'en nro to he composed of a scale now In effort nnd tinder uhleli rtW mc chairman saying tho contests. The report wasunanl-mj- h body and of J chairman to bo elected It tLli running had resumed fa illbut few adopted thn rmomb'ra from each ulato represented, 10 their works now lw named by rach state doieiiallun wnnthoonlv scilo the company would the cmmltleo on rulea reported. It N tblicentrkl ennimltte ahill r pre consider ntul it neeiled no conference. was il elded by tho committee that, after tho d. body attmltho national eonforenr. lint this candidate be on I'ebruari ti li' and If jhwsiIiIo unit, with Those w 'shlng to return to work could sdVa'b bi'lol, tho hindmost wns nJopted. that and all other rcfoim orEsuUuliin. therv do so in nnv number until tho pbtuts drcped. Tbo comml'lea's report convertlon wranallng tho can Afercon.lderabe If nosatlsfactorynrraniremcnt atscmbletl be e'f elrtl, this eomm tlm khall rail a national were, res 1111 si Anything more wns dis aljojr I'd till J o'e'ock romrnllon not Inter ihsnJun. I,a 18JJ forth, tinctly refused. The convention voted Tho content on reasiembed at 8 05 to night purpcao ot nomlnatlnK randldati for president n tbe cill of districts for noiiln-itloto continue tho strike for another six and and vice for coiernor no repviic wns mate until ino tho central commit weeks ut lenst. Seventh district wns mil d. when lion 8 O. too for cat h t 00 bare there Is no Independent Pugh of I,ow nrote, and In a strong speech political tircanlinllon conduct an sitlie system SLATER FUND. THE of pollt'cil nn nation In their repecttvo states. fomlnned Jud;e George Denny. Jr.ol Faietle. oiiestlou of universal auf He'lve.l Ibal the seconded by Will Lyons, 47,4AO ll.a lleen This nomination was to th. favorable couatd lteport HIiiittIii-- j rhst frae Iw reroniinended states and territories. Amoiig t In tllu 0 Coirpbellconllnuea, anil wnen ino .siiniiui-tflc- l of tbo tarlou Distributed .ration Theeall K.solied, That while the I rly in ymer In linns In the Sou tli as cs'Ietl Hon O C Orear of Montgom Sku piiditod lha faith of the nation tn pay a Youh, May St. Tho an ma! iiy ceunty In n brilliant speech, noininaica on a de Nni debt In coin that had le.n contracted predated curri ncy tiatli and navnti o In cur meeting of tho trustees of tho JnhtiT. ! , T w owl, or nomgomory lobcy lliuk uJ,i:as marly nso bllltcn dcllara to Jnain.hr wa Cosing hts speech he wa.ol.r- people, which meant cold Slater fund was hold hero yestcrd.iv. th. burdens of tba nnd depredated come by a filnllrg spell, and It was several ruirency Those present wero Kutherford It. n mutes for tbe bondholder, before he recovered sumcionuy 10 profor tbe soldier, ami hcldlngthat the men who Colquitt, nounce, the nam. of Andrew T. Wood. It was Imperiled their lives to sale lb. Ufa ef a nation llnycs, of Ohio; .ushlng-to- n; recede with loud applause paid In money a. rood as that (leorgiif. Dr. J. I M. Curry. hould harn tieen of I bondholder, we demand iho J O Scot I, of Clark, nbly seconded Judge rial to tho treasury noies In nufflilent liua William K Ikxlge, Morris K. Jes-suamount lender t'emtnati"! .rod much cheering President tlilman, Johns Hopkins to make tbe pay of tho soldier, eiiusl to par ltv. George Halloa, of Louisville, got the with coin or such other lobulation as .hall do university; Kev. Dr. Iloadns. Kentucky; chairman a eye. and said be did not want to eo.ual and exact Ju.tlc. to tbo union soldiers or renlr, but would glre bis lime to Col. William William A. Slater, Norwnlk, Conn. this country constitutes a Itrsolvmt That a. elRhtbouri Tho report of illshoti Haywood, the Ilndley IckbI day's work for government emnlojea In The latter gentleman went on the stage and thl prln general manager, showed thnt tho trusmedian oal departments wo btll-v- o al v sernnded Ms Wood's nomination. dp e aliould lfl further el ended so as In apply tees hnd during tho year distributed Iter Hlclnrl Adams, colored, of Fayotte, 10 all corporation, e nplnylni; labor In the difS4",4.10 among thirty-si- t educational in thi-n tsklng speech, secondlrglhs ferent Mates of th. union nt Judgo Denny, llco'Tid -- 'I hal this conference, condemns tn stitullons In tho south. A rccommendi thn action of tbo directors unmeaaurabtc terms Hmlth, of Hardin county, anotn.rcoior-.seconde- d of thnworll's Columbian otpotltlnn nn May tlon that SoO.OOO bo appropriated for the Minan the nomination of Ms Wools refusing tlio minimum ruin of nsResask.d next year's distribution among freed-men'- s Win follnn.d by the colored preacher, for by 111. labor oriranlratlona of t liie uro who nlso seconded schools In tho south was adopted TVsilat ion. of Ittso lid. That tbo attorney koncrnl submit Ml Wool's nomination proud n,' for 111 open tho not of March 'J M J llark. of Muhlenberg county, also sec- inn of tuhthomn to lioinesteidsettlrment to COMMISSIONER RAUM onail Mot Wo-sl'- s nnmlnullnn. tho supremo court of Hi. t'nlted States at the earliest possible momeul, lit it tho unhii p set- Hasan Aicreeablo lutrrilew With I'rrsl-deZ. T IlnrsL of Wolfe county, placed Ihonsmo of the afflicted trrrltory may nndirtnnd tlers Harrison Hut llecllni a tu Talk. ol St. John ttoyle. of Jcffeia. nco inly In nomitho la fill and constltut onnl nunnlne of said Wuhilmiiov, Mav 'Jl. tlon. Untiin nation. It wns sreonde I by W IC. llenlon, of set and thus put a atop to so much litigation neat little andeipensc, commlssleuer of peiIons, had a con JefT.non. In a Denton, of src.c'i county, noml- Judge J K i'uluskl (Irent enthiislnsin won mnnlfcbted ferenco with rrcsldent llnnlson Into county Silas Ad when tho ttrist resolution wan read, jcsterduy afternoon at tho ,ecutiie nat'dCnl .May. In a ims of Casov eirech sec chumcleristlo H. John nnming tho new movement tlio People's onded the nomination ot Cot. Adams, Elwood mansion. Tarty of tho I'nlted States the lctoil-011- s Ltteitr. 1 f Kenton count), also spoka for him, When asked the tvr it, of his confer element Indulging In several rounds ence wltn the presldunl at which it is as did W, t. Morrow. 1'hllKvan. of Cimrbell acouncllmanlnNew. of applause Denny supposed tho question ot tendering his then mdo a At tho conclusion of tho reading Mr. resignation was discussed, no simpiy perl, W. Watts, of speech for spoko In ravoroi Loulitllle, J. Schilling modo un energetlo argument Bt. John Iloylo, showed a slip of piper which he hnd Tho n the t allot ng began. Just before tho in fawn- - of adopting tho platform us of the press, In prepared Wood prepared nnd appealed to tho delegates nnswer tofor niuniliors nud on which rriultuf the tint billot wai announced George this Inquiry, D inlap withdrew l'io name ef Judito to nbstnln from a ding nny pet theorlea was written- "I spent n half hour with Di nny and tbe votes be,an to go tuniull ig lor to tho documents T. II, Davis, of Texan, tlio president and had a ery agreeable Slla. Adams, olllcer and rs typical j'andemonlum reigned for fifteen mlnutea. an eoinniis-Mnnc- r lteyond ant everybody was 1 their feet and ) riling southerner, moved tho adoption of tho interview." nothing to this tho say, except thnt when hnd Y Flnley mounted platform and resolutions in their en- ho was not nt liberty to make publlo tho stage and In afow IIwell chosen words tl I until 'i p. m. Soon after tho convention renssem-ble- d e nt'J o'clock tho report of thu 011 platform was presented by Ignatius Donnelly nnd read by ItulxTt schilling ns follows our rommULnH, i,iUi,rm snj roolutlum bf, .lmi to submit ibelulwns" I Tbit In lew ut ibnRrr.l knoisL InJnutrial suit . nimlcal rvrulutlun niw lwnto uua tbocUll'iril world snJ tho now and Uilnu c nfrtml nn tbo Anirrlcan tivople, wr bv llcie Itiut lb' time In. urrlrnl for nirjrs'sllia lien nf tb. do Itleal rforni forer. of our rounlrr known us snd tbo foraiatlitnof wbil .hou'd tbo I'eopl.s I'srtj of lbs I nit d Mats tt Amrrlrs ( Tint w mo.l brsrtllr Indorso tbe demands ot tho jilattortn. ai adoplrd at HI. Ixi it- -. Mo, In ikxi fla . In I VI. and Ouikbs. Nob , In IH't, brtb. Industrial o irinltauoua lb. re rep rt a.ntd, summarlird a. follow.- - miKi-- T and tATh. rllkl u ! mlklmaikialkwj hj. Ih la a IMrrwtvM r k wt common boa.QI. bvoe. wd-iQ4in. fuf lb. iwot national banns a. bunks of lb abolition a subitum, for national bank Itkue, and a. note, wn domand that loful trodnr trrssurr boU. Ih l.aiisl In nuOrt.ot roluma W tran-.tb.liu.lnru of Iho eountrj 00 a osh tobaali any without (Utn.co or iperlal adrsntaire Ircsl tender flat, of rillla? ati h nolo. tbl. private ant Iniiajruieblof all debts, nubile an 1 tKhnute. when deman led t'r tb miIo tball be loaned to Ibem at nol uiore tlian J icr r.nL per annum upon non Imfwrl.hsblo iroduel sa Ind'cated Imbe sub treaiurrp an and also upon limitat on ujon Iho rest eiato. with pm com-liutte- federato to return to the platform. KENTUCKY CONVENTION. I)avl compiled, bringing with him Col. K. W. Humphrey, tho leaner 01 ui colTh Republicans Meet and Nominate a ored alllnnco of tho South, which boasts Stato TIckeL and nquar-te- r. ', of umomlHJrshlpof a million Tho tlireo men clnsped hands nnd ench Uttered a fervent "Ood bless you." lsJot Andrew T. Wood for fnvernnr!lrrr . Houston for f.leulensiit.dovernor Tho sight moved the delegntes on the floor to n frenry. They broke fromtholf Italance of th. Ticket Chosdesigen and I'latform scats, benrlrur aloft tho banner! Adopted. states, and to nating tlio respective stage. ft crowded upon nnd around tho May tO.-ttabt republican Tho federate seized ono of the American lings that decorated the desk ysjtlon wat called to order at II 31 o'clock of tho presiding ofllccr and waved It In 4 W J. Landram, chairman of the .tate the air and Wndsworth and Humphreys lJdr.t committee, csll-- the convention followed his example The delegates KttytrrUn W. B. Fulton, of tbe Bccond church, thl city, offered a were short of bunting, ao they tore Gen. Landram then addrotsed the con down tho tings from tho galleries nnd Wr. Mtlon. fie- - ka ,,, f.i.t.t organ loft nnd literally wrapped the - m Kai.iA wu ....i....u vv..,,, nn r urt.tied that tho Hat. central committee thrvo men in their folds, while cheer ded on Hon Dsvld O. Cotson tor tern echoed In tho rafters. Fot after cheer chairman This ttatement caused a twenty minutes or more It was a endous wrangle. In which Gen Oeorjre M of enthusiasm. of Lewi county, nominated MaL 11 J. Order was restored only when every 'wo, of Lawrence county, for lomporary the detlhun. This vf 4 foltowod by a number of liody was exhausted arid then finally -e Ilurchelt. IliIukii tb nlntfnrm was resumed trliy!iJCoUia-i.,' lloynton, of Maasaxtfo,. I.Jw j,Laotcltotaillboeountl.onuia' with the convention although, bnt a jyrAry chalrmsh. This resulted In th. election iiurno'hnd been followed by vntu 10 Mr uoison im moments before hor natlnonl sccre-inrie- aotts. Ho was organizations represent, ofHis election py n voio 01made unanimous, and was then thai com announced ns one of tho ntltcs of all tho B.1I1I1 everything tie a'cendtd the platform, where Oen. Landram noted tho convention and 6ho did not propose, tho speech, ae Until 8. 0. Miller, of Introduced hlra. He made a abort nnd then to bo Identified with any movement that wns teDtlng the temporary chairmanship, fccOgnltcd as & prominent officer of the California, catuo to tho front with Bade., few remarks outlining tho poller of th. local reception commlttea n ltquordunt-er- , proposition to ndd n strong prohibition rtpul lean parly II. tald republicans wanted or permitted a rum seller to act aa tilnnk in tho olatform. Just na soon ai goodjioney money worth one hundred cent. dolar, notwithstanding to chairman of It mass meeting, as wan no miulo known his intention the con a thelings of tbe west might sayany thing the and do. Irer tho ciso Tuesd ly night Tin. nim xw-e- r ven tlon was In ou uproar and for halt Ram J. Itolierts, of tbo Lexington Leader, was dolnf more to impoverish tho on hour there was a monkey and parrot us tben made temporary secretary by n It was moved and carried that the Lixpajera than any other ngency, nml kind of u time. Miller held his ground, she felt compelled to disavow all con while Senator Teffer splintered tho lid niprnters of the repuldlcan press present bo tnaite assistant secretaries nection with the contention until it had of his desk with his gavel in fruitiest II .a. moved and carried that the temporary repudiated liquor and doclarcd for pro efforts to restore order. chairman appoint a rnmmllteo of five to retlie Quiet wat only secured after Senator thelimendmenti to the constitution and hibition. following There we-- e mingled checra nnd hisses Coffer had managed to make the con of v.atatoeenlral committee Tlio Vanes, I nppolnledt nt Mrs. Ootlgar retired from tho plat- vention understand that if the session geritleinn woro E. Wilson. Ilurton Collier and D. II. L. J.Crawfrrd, It form, but tho sccno wns cut short by continued all night no motion fur an ail W Langtey. u tho presentation of tho report of tho Journmcnt would bo entertained until i.Tbe following committees wen then need! committee on permanent organization tho Cnlifornini had been given a fair Coxmrrtc 01 rrnMARXTr OnaAsixATtnw, naming lion, W. A. PelTer for presi- fdiow, and the latter was then allowed district, rirsi d'strlct, dent. Tho new senator from Kanaa to continue. On being put to a vote, W. I. Hardlcg; Ed. Farley: Second U Lisle; Third dlitrleL J - M1..l. ......m...! nntli. Kouft. sSil. L. C U niLi. 7!flM Mlitrict, ! pa.u ..3..C.. mmUv. an energetic address. by an overwhelming majority and the Ed.)Mlp: Pluth district. A O Uoahcrv, W A. Wltmorei Fighthdis'rlct, upon concluding his address Senator resolutions without addition or alteraGenrpM David. on: Ninth disirlel, W.J A rfeffer was presented with a basket of tion wero adopted. Ilarli;Tinth district. T J Patrick t Eleventh flower on ttebnlf ot tho Knnsas delega A few moments of confused prepare district. M. J. Morsel state at large, L. M. tion, by Mrs Marlon Todd, of t hlcago. Hon for adjournment sine die ensued, Dryf W. Y Hrown. First district. Com4ittxe os ltxor.rTtnsg Along debate was occasioned by thn then the chairman's gavel fell, and the Hoberla. third, report of tho committee on rnles and first convention of the People's party ol J II. Tyler' second. YWII.Long; Fifth, St. E. U Foriytoj Fourth, O John order, mainly directed to the question tho United States had pasred into his Hojte fiixth. W M. Hardin t Seventh, U I. state should rota as a unit tory. Tlio following Is Eighth. V. J. Landam: Ninth, whether each Tarleon, Jr.; IL ILOamblll; Tenth, W IL Lilly; Eleventh, or whether ench delegate should be enTllS .NATIOMAI. COMMtTTIC IL Y. Flnley, to a voice. Tho latter method Arkansas L. I. Keatherstone, Isaac E. Mo Vlnoert Hoerlng; state titled A. Hush. vuu decided upu by l&igd iniijority, Okekkii, J. O Marion Cam. Cannon, IL C Dll Albert Scott ow ItCLis Seoond district California Cokiitti the result being a vktory for tho third Ion. A. ti lllnkley. Ilrcwn; Third, J. M. Forgy, Fourth, 8. E. Connecticut ltobrt Ilqoe. Lewis pirty men At l'J 15 n recess was taken I). Coodon, U Ilaaklna, J. U Bmth, Sixth. II I! Wilson: Seicnth, Klorlda-- W tho Invitation being understood to aay that they jiould lio Liken to a brew house and given something to cat and "something else." This nrrfused a delegate front Wisconsin to cnergctla protest, and mounting his chair at thn renr end of tho I all hn declaimed ngalnst the delegates being brought Into with InVvdcsitlng liquors. It was tlol tho kind of convention, he said, that wauled to (111 up In order to glvo birth to a notv party, A portion of tho titullcnco applauded In approval, but tho largo uuijority howled nnd hissed nnd there wero cries of "throw him down," "kick him out," "Jio'a n democratic stool pigeon." 'Iho storm continued for koreral minutes, holding his ground and talking against thd uproar until finally pulled back Into his seaL lly tb.lv timtt, however, Mra. Helen r M OQiigar had pushi d her n ay through tho throng from tho hldluna doleg.ttloit to tho atage, demanding attention on a question of personal prlilleire. Rhd proeeedcit lo repudiate all connection con-.tiu- it ex-co- n The ww fs. Hllas Adam came on th. .tags, and In a well- chosen speech withdrew hi. name from before tbo convention and moved to make Wood'l nomination unanlmons. Judge Denny waa then called for, and he eeoondnd tho (nstlsn M make Ma Wood a nomination unanimous. Ills speech wai a brilliant effort, ahd ho pledged his wannest support to Ma Wood In thn coming campaign. Ho closed by admonish Ing alt to stand by the nominee. The nomination of Ma. Wood was then made unanimous by a rising vote 'MaJ. Wood then made a touching speech, accepting Ihe nomination. ADVICES. Government VsjMOla Bombrtrd tho Robol Headtrerors at Iqulquo. ts Rovo rho Insurnetit'aive1 Merchant ti... .,..i... ship- sJlehlnil JForelsji Unexpecirw w;yiia; 01 me uov- ft. -- :!. jJsal rnmenryWL Creates atjfaale- - LexioOtoh, Ky May il. The state republican convention was called to order by Chairman Feland at 10 10 this morning. Tbo Orst business before the moetlng was the reading of the report erf the ceciir lltee 01 resolutions, and lu the absence of their ch ilrman, Judje II, F Flnley, through sickness, the report was pr sented by Hon St John Hoyle. The republicans of Kontncky, In convention assembled, declare tbrlr ndhorenco to the prln ciplrsoftho republican parly ns enunciated In the platform of the national contention ot the ltt heartily They sliver. ui 1'resldent Harrison as purri, wise nnd patrlntlo They approve the actions of lha Vlliv nr.t congress ana especially, on what ts known as the IWtvtarlB ud p.aMsukUkfka4rfkkJ. oppe-so10 ino iroo anu unregmatea eoraago or That It Is the hlghett duty of apolitical party to hnvo and declare convictions on all matters political, and especially whoa tbe questions involve tho very form and system of our :tate government And we declare that we recommend the adoption of the new constitution, because it blots from our lawa all provision, that author Ite hurr.an slavery, secures a secret ballot and Indorse tho administration of Thcjast private advices from Chill, rtbont a week agoV In regard to the reeffect that the govbellion, were to ernment's warips had started to cn gagu Iho fleetof tho Insurgents, the vessels of,whUhew'ln tmj condition for lack of sfsppUet' and repairs. Sunfrom day it waa Santiago tttat'lfceTorpc,clo crulier AdImnerlnl 1mm. miral Candalt-iHid'thbnrded thojBi, atndqtinrttrs ntCa-- l "nc,,a, Tho rebel nmongHt K Milps atnnchor th" foreign-jliM- j t" o P?te,rnnc: 1, lathe,4apaafjaaloS after AX. of gov-. Ml. kA. U& ll!l -- s I, Cos. field. Indlana-- C Oooritli-- U P l'ost Iowa J. II Weaver M I. Wheat, A. i. West nmlfiek A. l'owara, LcroyTctnplrton, J hlrcaior, II t. Norton, A. Cox stitution. Altera sharp debate. In which halt a dozen rattling speeches were made, thn previous question was moved, and the motion of Mr WilWilliam: Eighth, l'rof Hate; none named in son to strike out the Indorsement ot the new First Fifth, Ninth. Tenth and Eleventh constitution was overwhelming!) defeated. at large. O. W. Gentry and Milt II Mr Wilson's resolution on tho subject of a O-- provides against fraud and corruption In election., subcts to regulation by law all publlo corporations, prohibits Ihe abuso of special legislation, abojshes lotteries, enlarges and protects the common school fund, Increases tbe opportunities of popular education, makes more equal the burdens of taxation, better protects the agricultural and laboring Interests and makes provision for Its own ready amendment by the people Finally, they appeal to tho people of Kentucky to condemn the reckless, dishonest and extravagant administration of state affairs bv the democratic rarty, and they ssk Iho Intelligent and patriotle members of thnt party to Join In giving relief from the grievous burdens that oppress the citizens of this commonwealth Congressman Wilson came to the front with additional resolutions, as follows: "That In approving the administration of I'resldent Harrison, we believe, as matters now stand, that be Is entitled tn a renomlnatlon, and to that end pledge him our united support " 'That we believe the national election laws should be so amended that eiery American citizen ahould be allowed to cast a free bailoi and have It fairly counted " Mr. Wilson concluded by moving In addition to tbe above amendments, the striking out of the platform the Indorsement of tbe new con- J A. .Miller: apm'th: rourth. I'ouomi - !. 8tudr74ri13fc 'Prr. wstflh' jjt uiiii.i hld r'n a I., 11 his Interview with tho president t Ireus 1 rain Wrecked. Sr. J iski'ii, Mo May ai. Tin circus trnin of l,enu.i llros. was wrecked In thn jardsof tho Santa To vesterdij. 11iuh hhowmon wero injured, two cars demolished and a vilr of Uiina killed. In the picture gallery of Charlton l'ark, near Mnlmesbury, F.ng., is a glass case containing tho skin nnd features of a big crow. Tho creature hnd been caught and nnlled to a troo with other vermin, a fate which so many thousand-, of crows share yearly that there Is nothing oild in it. Tho extraordinary part of the matter Is that In the shelter of his wings, where his body was before It decaj ed, a little w ren had built Itself an exceedingly little nest With wond derful dexterity tho tiny bird had to fasten together tho wings of his dead enemy, whoso liody ho proposed to utilize. Tho entrnnco to the nest wus where the crow's breast had been, nnd here tho family of little wrens was renred. 'ihe nest w ns obsorved.und w hen Its ociupanls had flown awuy It was carefully emoted and placed In tho owner's nlctiireirallery. Toledo lllade. Two men of Piilmcrnvlllc, Tenn., t recently cut dow ti n tree. On the trunk, nbout eight feet from tho stump, was gum which covered little hollow. On cutting Into thohollow, which had been completely overgrown, they found Insldo frog which was lifeless, but well preseried. lly counting tho grains It was estimated that thu tree 'I ho frog w ns nt least thirty yearn old. had been preserved for years in ht air tight home. Metamorphosis. An eminent surgeon says that w ith four cuts nnd a fow stitches he can niter man's face so his own mother would not know him. Any unler The csll ot lliecounll's then went on again newspaper can do that with only one Ilrfnrn Mr Dmlaii wllhdisiw JinUe Denay'a cut Clui eland Plain Denier. liamo M, J Wcxd had ire iv d v7 ole an I, 1 r.:n your bet ! n cd t'nk, ft'su Thsy Vjtried I..: t:,u "t w wldhaiu lio.n it c r'd nnd you ought ter half now llo9 Ih'.kcconilbitliii ro i ! j. VoodW7, Adams to be. You nr tht uiptt c.xpcislvu iSi Gou U U con-trhe- free ballot and a fair count wus adopted by a unanimous vote. Mr rilMn's resolution Indorsing the admin- Istratlo n of President Harrison and pledging tho support ot Kentucky to his rcnomlnallmi created a storm In tbe contention. The first viva voce vote was pretty evenly divided, but the chair decided that Ihe negative side had carried the qucst'on. Upon tho announcement of this result Mr. Wilson demanded the call of the counties. l'olnts of order were sprung on all sides, and th. convention was In an uproar. Ilurton Vance and others contended that the convention was called only to consider state mailers, and that a resolution pledging Kentucky to tho renomlnatlon of President Harrison was entirely ont of olace AU bus MTMMMtii lh natJfwl admlnJ.lralJoii, un took tb. ground thai the rv.olutlon wa llmetv, and should be ruled out of order with out a vots. Mr. Wilson Insisted that nny business was la order, and tbe cbarman sustained him In his position. Col Hradley counseled harmony and advised that the resolution be adopted unanimously Other delegates made Impassioned speeches against bringing the question Into the conven tlon, but Mr Wilson was obdurate and Insisted on a call of the counties. After the call had been commenced a hundred points of order wero made against the reiota tlon, and tho chairman reversed his former ruling and decided that tbe resolution of Mr Wilson was out of crier The original resolutions of tho committee, together with Mr Wllion's election plank, were then read nnd ndopted by ncclnmatlon. Tho plank In the original repirt Indorsing President Harrison was applauded to lh echo. Tbo committee on amendments to the constiof the rcpubl can stato centution and tral committee offered Us repirt. embodying slight changes, was presented .ml adopted and the secretary of tho stat- - central committee was Instructed lobars copies pr ntod and distributed among the county committees The nomination for lieutenant govornor was next In order and Henry U Houston, of Pa ducah, wns nominated unanimously by acda mutton L J.Crawford. ofNowport, and W It ltam s.y, of Laurel, wero nominated for Mto ney general, 1 ho vote on tho nom nation was taken by counties, bat before It was finished Mr. Ilamsry aroso nn tin a short speech withdrew Ills name.snd Mr L. J. Gran ford was nominated by acclamation. It V Purl ton next put Id nomination Hon. Chas HWndford. ot llrccklnrldge county The nomination of Mr Illindfird was seconded by Hon. A. II Stowart On the motion being put as nominated bv noclamatlnn. Mr Hl.ndford When tho nominillons for atito treasurer a voice la the audlenco called wero called for. money there." nut, "Wo don't neod any-- no Col. Hradley placed in noiiiliiallou Ell Furmer, nomination was promptly of Pu'atkt The sccorded by J W Langley. He was noml nated by acclamation. L V Djdro, of Madlsoi county, was unanimously nominated for superintendent ot public Instruction. W J A.Itardln. of Greenup, was unanimously nominated for register of tho land office IX It Illatne, of Fayette, was unanimously nominated for clerk of the court ef appeals. After tendering the usual thanks to tho people of Lexington, tho convention adjourned at i o'clock. A est In a ijueer risen. course of organization nVd awaiting amis and ammunition, c.xpcVcd by tho Itata from tbel'nltcd States, 'the rebels left behind them tho musical instruments of the military band. A aanlc exists nmong tho portion ot tho northern coast held by tlio rebels, on account of the unexpcctcd'vlsit of tho governr ment there. It is also learned by the same routo that V. Itoss, tho chief agent of tho Chilian Insurgents nt Paris, has become Insane, and tho authorities are trying to have him confined in an asylum. The statement of Mr. Whltelaw Held, the minister of tho United btates, contradicting tho Ftory from rebel sources that they hail entered into ofllcial negotiations with him on account of tho Itnt.i, has disconcerted tlio insurgents, 'ihe trench minister of foreign affairs has refused to receive officially tho representative of the rebels, Don Augusto Mate. Tho same policy has been follow cd by nil the other European gotcrnments. Tho order of Judgo Koss, of Los Angeles, CaL, to produce before the grand Jury tho telegrams sent by Mr. HIcardo Trnmbull, the salaried agent of the Chilian insurgents, in reference to tho escape of tho Itata from the custody of tho authorities ot the I'nlted States, will soon be carried out The friends of tho Chilian rebels nro afraid of tho discovery In these telegrams of certain suggestions to induco tho commander of tho rebel Chilian crulstr Esmeralda to compel by I force the eoalinrr of bis steamer nt Ae.i- puico if he could not get it other . mcn-of-iia- tho flightrit uhnmber of companies belonging 'to a battalion In The refusal .Monday of John Blmms, of Choctaw county, Ala , to bo sworn ns a furor In the IJ. S. circuit entirL In session nt Mobile, Ala., brought to light tho existenco of a sinirular rcllaious sect Judgo Toulmln desired 'that Simms bo sworn to answer ns to his qualifications as a Juror. He declined to swenr, giving as his "reason tho Itlbllcal prohibition, "swenr not ntalL" llo v, as then asked to nillrm, and did so. To tho Judge's query why he refused to ierve, Simms replied "that ho would convict no ono as this would condemn him, and again quoted tho Scriptures' "Judgo not lest yo be Judged." bimms Is a member of an unnamed sect that nt present numbers auoiit uiiv, iv iiriuis a small 10110 folder called "The Veil Kent,"- - nt county, Womack Hill, Choctaw Tho members refuse to rccognlz; tho power of human authority t, to control Jlhcm In anyr manner. W , L tlnlroMia; Vo b tatuwacAhU) tapdjrdptii, .ii- - -- 7 I' Is n UVS.UIIV tr artiM tJMSl.TS n ilnnllnn IV IIUJ UtJ able to man's law s, or to be governed by mail. A brother of Simms was Indicted by tho last federal grand jury for running an illicit distillery. When the deputy marshal herved the warrant of tho court upon him he tore the paper to pieces. Ho told the officer that he inado tho corn and distilled It without concealment; that It was nobody's business . M - 1 t... iSr hut his ow 11, and leave. w anted the deputy to A PLUCKY GIRL Grapple. With n. llurglar In Her Itooi.l at Midnight, and Usea Her l'retty Fist. to Advantage. Miss Mary Fogleman, a boarding pupil at the Conw ay institute, Memphis Tenn., Monday morning was awakened by a nolso in her room. She sprang 1 same moment a bnrly colored fellow sprang upon her, gripped both, of her wrists and ordered her to keep quiet or ho would kill her. The girl struggled frantically, and managed to release her right arm. In- stantly she struck the fellow In tlio face, and gave him another with all ber force. She then aroused the whole house with her screams. He released her, and sprang out through a window, taking tho sash with him. Of course, as soon as all danger was past, Miss l'ogleman, became utterly prostrated. IN THE INDIAN COUNTRY. Cattlemen Encroaching nn tho Ilril Men's Territory anil Taking Etery Advantagn of Tliein. CapL K. P. Ewers, Indian agent on Tongue river, who hns just completed a tour of Indian camps within a radius of 200 miles of Tongue river ngency, says the people now to be feared are not the Indians but the cattlemen, who want all tho land they can grab for their cuttle to ruuiu over, ami will not Vessels for the Hawaiian Trade. nllow any ono else to establish them Contracts have been let In Hlasgow selves. The cattlemen, the captain for the construction of two .(cel ships I gaj(j pre tho people who stirred up , iuriiieiiawuire.Ku.u.u..u.r, lhe lnulnns ,, Btenllng tbelr lands and and the Indluns were complaining bit- 1, ..i ,,, . ri u.,.. ...u..u.,,. ui... t nro destined for the carrying trade, and w 111 terly of the encroachments of tlicso ply between San Francisco, Port Town-sen- d marauders. and the Hawaiian islands Tho AT AN ITALIAN PICNIC. Inter-Islan- d Navigation Ca, of Hawaii, Itlddle.l with IlulleU will be part owners, und tho ship own- - ' Thc American, ,., JtllJlllfll. n.ii. era in San Francisco w ill also be inter Sunday afternoon a crowd of aliout ested. twcnty-ffi- e Italian laborers, who wero Shot front Ambush. employed on the Chicago and Erie railSunday night as Fred Carpenter, a road, held a picnic in Hooier'sfwoods popular fire mm for the E. T., V. nnd west of Lima, O. During the day they (J. railroad, waidrhing tohis suburban suspended the Amcrlcnnllagfrom a pole, homo near Kntxville, Tenn , some unind, eletnting it in an open space, known person fired upon htm w ith a marched about it snng their national shotgun from tmbush, indicting fatal song, which wns interspersed --- " Injuries Yourg Carpenter Is a son ol cursing the New OH Hon. I). A. Carjenter, one of the lead- American people. At tho conclusion ing business and insurance men of they drew revolvers nnd riddled tho lhigwith bullets. Others who had no Knoxvlllc. revolvers drew their stillettoes nnd Detention of Italian Criminals. slashed the stars nnd stripes to piccet?. There were R,CI9 immigrants landed at tlio burgo oJlce Sunday. Twelve , A Consrcssman's Fatal Mistake. Itnliaus arhundred and forty-eigCongressman la. C. Houk died Monday rived on tho Marsall.t, and ten of them morning nt 0 o'clock from a dose of wero retained, rtsthey had scried tlmo urkeiilo accidentally taken Sunduy tn prisons of Italy for various offenses night Mr. Houk naked for n Jrlnk of ice w nter nt thc drug store of Allen Trains B!okta by Caterpillars. on Park stri et Knoxville, Tenn., All the trains on the Milwaukee road, nnd the clerk placed It near a glass on Saturday morning, wcie delayed nt a the counter lontulnlng arsenic Hy point seven miles out from Manknto, mistake Mr. Honk aw allowed the latter. Minn., by millions of caterpillars which Hieing the mistake tho clerk ul onco s had crawled upon tho rails to sun sent for physicians and g.ivo emetics Friends and doctors nrrived nnd carried Mr. Houk to his Fifth avenue home. It No Tidings Yet. Secretary Trncy said Sunday night was thought ho was out of danger at that tho ijavy department hnd not re- I o'clock Monday morning when tho ceived any new Sunday of tho United physicians left him. bnt ho grew woro htntes cruiser, Charleston, which Is In nnil died at 0 o'clock Monday morning. pursuit of the Chilian insurgent steamer Stanford and Teople's Party. (tata. tjT move '1 he leaders of the thin -si,,Tt-.?.1xii, ,11-- , illCT .11 IlLlllt-111. fja IMIJ.I. 1 IIIUI New York firm is implicated in tho negotiations with the Chilian insurgents, just as tho "Nitrate King," Mr. North, Is said to be In England, and tho famous old Peruvian guano opcr ators, DreytTuss A Co., of Paris, are. J 1 ..,'.. m. Hj ..- Da-pe- them-telve- A At Sutton. W. Viu, n negro hnd a fight with somo Italians, wounded two, ono fatally, nnd held tho rest at bay until officers canto nnd took him to jail. The Italians threaten to lynch him. Plucky Negro. rect assurance tiuit Senator Stanford, of t.niif,)rl,ai 1, ready to put himself at the head of their moiement witnuii that Is therein implied, und thntho will leui-r- of the "Alliance" bo tho st.inil.-tnor tho IVopIeVpilty in ISUJ. home of Turtles rrom the Clouts. elnlm to be nuthor-We- d llto turtles, the alliance lenders During n thunder-storto mnke puMlc tho alleged fait somo ot thi m as largo ns a man's hand, Senator .Stanford considers he fell on tho farm of Adam Walker, In that his great fortune simply us holds Coal Creek township, near Crawford "steward for the people." lllc, Ind. I l moot In Washington urofess to have d'- - Can't Indorse the Platform. Sidney M Onen, alliance candldnto for governor of Minnesota, says ho can not Indorso tho tint money nnd plunks of tho people's rarty platform Edison electric light works, New York. Joso Seering un employe, wns struck by a fragment of tho oxtlngulsher nnd receivid injuries thnt caused hi" . Killed by 1 Fir Extlnj-ulsherA fire exthiifdlsher exploded In Davis Moaumant Fund. Oen John it. Uordon, of (icorgla, has issued nn address to the confederate veterans' nssoclntion urging the necessity of subscribing funds for the proposed monument to Jefferson Davis. Memphis to South America. ljas 1 11 1 11 Eight prominent Memphis capitalists have subscribed a large iituottnt of stock in thu Piter and (eiin Nntlgatlon Co., or the Lucas ship enterprlso for tho line of ships beestablishment of death. tween Memphis, Tenn., and Soutli John P Cnhlll. who Brains Hor Child With a Hammer. American port AtOskosh Wis, Mrs Corrlgan killed is in charge of the mote, Is rceelvli.3 son by strikher little much encouragement daily. ing him llto times on tho head His skull was hammer. The Law Is Constitutional. tilth tinctured m three different places The constitutionality of tho Kansas Tho worn 111 his been Insane for some original package law has been unanitime, nnd it was only recently that slio mously declared by tho U. S. supremo attempted to ciioko mm to ueain. court 11 11 the i 11 11 Two t, oung men named Johnson nnd Coward", beidine intolvcd In a quanel, Ark., when Johnson's In JoiieslMjru futher ciiiue to tho rescue, separating the j oung men Coward then turned upon the ptaei maker and fatally stabbed him whereupon young Johnsog drew his pistol and shot Coward twice. lloth w di die A Boat With Two Men Lost bpat lotitnmjng four men capsized near iiivi-- it-- i tn St tr. "J 5 ivu sun lav Win. Trelnui md Den is p.jo.l Doable Tragedy tn Arkansas. Escheated Mormon Property, ho V. S. supreme court has decided that tho escheated property of the .Mormon church shall Ih! dovotvd to such charitable uses, lawful lu their char'o acter, as may most nearly correspond Inthose for which It was orlglnnlly tended to be used '1 .,. A b'-- 1 ". r File Italian immigrants whonrrlieil he steamer La llrittigno were Itirml from hmdlng nt New York Monday, uu. . (jCr the aura tx'ntraci .1 Barrel Undsr tao Atlen Law. enquired to work on a California inr --. -- I I H Than lioljro tbe vote cuijiJ ranch bo suatuueed Col halL-Or- lD. TB sfrHrtiwsiaas asawaara'-a- i ., Mm r i J- - V- isaaS sSH' ' . fSfe v" Hmf . && &: ik ;&&5Sg0fm ". u ..fSrfetU'. 'tsJaMrtlrr i'vj a law HHBiHlH w - NOW READY! I Have KTov on Kvcr shown in tins Market. EisziinLitoitioim. sSliargest tlx l.rown-Dofnoyc- rs 'I NOW READY! CSrDrcuxciost Array of uivo me a call. s-Have My DRKSS GOODS DEI'AKTMKNT will be found to contain nil the Novrltics of thu Season. falls to give satisfaction. Would call attention to my line of Shoo Co'a make, which never clxxc! trite saying that "Xo one can pleaso everybody!" To be convinced of tho fallacy of this, yon have only to examine my Stock. Can show you n handsome line of LADIES' FINE MIOES of the celebrated also an elegant lino of TRIMMING SILKS in all the different shade?. It is n which is the largest in tho City. In HATS can show you GENTS FURNISHING GOODS AND CLOTHING, something Xobby, and something that will please you. CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, iv,c. I have a large stock of these goods, and am prepared to ninko some very CLOSK FWUHKS on them. My Goods were bought Strictly S THE HICKMAN COURIER. for Cash consequently I can give you the very lowest prices to be had. nSJj Murray, nominated V. V. The gentlemen who desire to held at The Committee Med, and The following is the State tlckot make themselves conspicuous by Ayrcs for tho liCglslatnre, and ho HIOKMAN, KY., named by tho uew Third Tarty, attempting tho hopeless .task of has necept, subject to the result Decitlett Upon Organ- prlmnry elecrailing themselves tbe "People's enticing tho Alliance Democrats of thoto Democratic had submitted ZfttiOll. : : : : MAY 29, 1891. FRIDAY, which he tion, of Kentucky away from thoir par his claims. A similar meeting at Party:" Futtva I'attetLn. ty in tlio male gel coal For Governor, Col. Pollock Bar- comfort from campaign Allance Willisburg, Washington comity, FMR HTATB nrNATOR. Dr. A. A. Faric, of Fulton connbour, of Jefferson county; Lieut. rge RWi.U who Wf ire no i h it! ted ta inneunee Mr. JOHN ,ly, P. It. Hnyjj)f HiJkman county Governor, -M-"- Wo Dr. S. F. Smith, of l" r- "W. COWGll.L. aa candidate to repreIfvxeoTornQ raves Franklin county; Attorney-General- , sent the enitnlle ot lltckraan, Fulton awl Judge Embroidered Dress have letters from Demo-- . G. F. D. Guffey; Auditor, W. m Qrateo In iba neil 8iit euele, county, conpogfng tho Democratic 7"Ais is it Jturgiiln. robret to lln action or the Ueraocralic Committee of tlie Senatorial Dis- G. Fulkersou, of Ohio county; crats who took part in tho recett Itobes. Smith, Ellison & Co. party. Election In August next. I, G. Sally, of Trigg county conventions favoring die ..... .11 trict, composed of tlio counties of Treasurer, tea. UI,P" ' nn Gkn. Kaum, the head of the pen-sio- n V ar aulhnrlxpd to announce the Hod, Fultm, Hickmnu and Graves met county; Superintendent of Public RiV'"'' M e W. W.Morris, of bureau at Washington, Is cerHENRY CKOROE, or Oratee county, In .'Ills city lust Tuesday for the wre not tainly in a bad lot of stumps. His aa a eandidate to reprattnl Hickman, lard county; Kegisterof the Landrtason tl,nl ,he taking action in refer proper show. Full on and Orat ea counties In the next jKirpose of sou has been bounced from ofllco n convention Tor OfUce, T. 11. Horrold, of Duller fivc f Wale. Senata, subject to Ibc action of the enue to calling for using public money In his pricounty; Clerk of Court of Ap- - l08.8, , the purpose of nominating a Dom- - peals, Democratic part;. Tr ler consclontlons y ctnnlies, JohnG. Ulalr, of Nicholas j duty and carried their di loir vate affairs. cratlc cnutliiiHto lor the State nnnniV COUUiy. Senate. but they were noi i...t.,1 up hv For Mtnlc Ncnator. A Oonornl Tonlo. The Committee called Dr. Fnris such heroic action in other counThis Is what Lemon Chill Toole Is; A Te Nivccp Hon. John W. Cowgill, tlio pres- to the chair and elected Dr. J. It. ties where tho feeling far a firmer complete blood purifier; a certain appetiser; nerte and brain food, and while it Is as Mr. Itobert Schilling, tho Sec- candidato should have profiled. ent worthy Mayor of Hickman, is Lttten. Secretary. After a freo for nnd frank discussion of the plans Bickering will do no gooi' now. pleasant aa lemonade and children cry III announced in this Issue aa a can- BtiRgcstcil ami me propriety or retary of tho now Third Party action lhal ttery it to certain Lot us make gootl crops, secure IIL guaranteed byInthe proprietors, and bowho didate to represent Fulton, Hick-ma- n calling n Convention, the Commit movement, is enthusiastic if noth- us many members of tin State whoie nanus are authorise Olll and Graves counties in the tee atloptedtlie following reso- ing else. He claims that tho new T .AnlalnlnfA un nnaaltil. ... flAVt below, to their agents, money in any case ..w. refund (he uvfiaiiift ii t V rta iiuDDiuib next State Senate, Gubject to the lutions: party will carry Nebraska, Kan- - time all hands turn In and elect a where the raeJIelns falls to do what Is a Contention w,lh uai'aoetl sl Jver claimed fsr It. Csa anylbJne bf fairer Democratic primaries, and the ac- lo RitoW'i, 1.InThat city of Fulton, be called sas, South Dakota, Michigan, Ohio than this? Kememher the meiebanl whose Ky., on Mmble the Conven- the 2nil da of Jul, 1S91, lor the purpose and Kentucky, in tho elections of name is to this authorised to act far na In tion of the Democratic We do net claim lo l)euncrai(oahtMal fvr this year Do not punith your children wii Mu the ahotii guaranltt. tion to he held in Fulton ou July of nominating a the dint for Governors anil tho whole family with one bottle bat to cur tli Senate in riot composed of mixtures when you carpet "C breaka 2nd. Of Mr. Cowgill's democracy Fulton, Hickman and Qratea couutie. of chills. Mannfao Legislatures, and that , ,r.niee. lured the worst east Lemon Chemical Co, j ear nau"eous c c CertlIn Cn, only it Is useless to speak, he having 2 TLat the Denwratie voter meet at thev will BweeD the whole thinelAnr child win take It. SoidirC. A. Jacksontllle,by theWestern wholesaledepot Fla., rotinr. preelneta on the their Ilolcombc. served efficiently anil faithfully as 27th n(rcpeellre I'adueah, Ky., where all orders should lie June, 1801, nd elect, by primary clean. He thinks the fight in 1892 Democratic County Chairman for or otherwise, delegitrs to the Convention will be between tho People's party addressed. For tale by Cowgill & Cowgill. The cltUens of Fultm are some years. He has held various which meet! at f ultea on Jul 2nd, 1891. and the Democratic party, nnd greatly excited over tho piesenco 3. That the tolerof each toilng pre. public places, Mayor of Hickman, cinct, New Advertisements. their Superintendent of Schools, Grand electionUon assemblis. will delect man that tiie Republican party will not of n firobug. There hat been, officera, and determine the Dictator of the Knights of Honor tier of aeleciinf delate; the officer to have nu existence in 1S92. He is dnrlng the pant month or two, a for tho Stnto of Kentucky, nnd constat of a chairman and clerk, and a a sanguine fellow, or a gassy one, half dozen tires there, all o' nearly other places, in nil of which ho majority prrjent at the organisation thall tlio rentier tllUjr say. If lie is as nil' of which hail an iuendiary lias proven competent, efficient delermine the ruauner of holding the pre far off as to tho other States as tin J0' ,,! '" . The nrobiiL' . confltca him r INSURANCE AGENCY . .: them and faithful. It is said of him that clnct meeting. And ill who pledge be en- isns to Kentucky, then all his talki?,011 "c.usive.y ;o wiai , o i o . u. eeltet to support the tsrainee shall AT when entrusted witli any position. titled to sole for deletitrs. "?, " ."V ,". . is merowind and nothing more. ' "'" minor or important, that ho gives I 4. That each totlni precinct shall be Tlin Ppo,.1' n.irtr mnv. hv n no.. f ,,3,T BC " "' A. minute allll laltlllUI attention to 'enlilleJ to one delegate, or rote, foreterr sibllity, enable the Republicans to 'livery stable, belonging J. F. ROYSTKK uow represents nl-Herring, was set nu Are andiurneil totes or fraction thereof, of elect a Republican Governor the Whole of tho duties of tllO po- full' lino of Insurance Companies ovcri sition, and we believe that in ' Ji ,0'"I,e",Uu ",M .'r,",in,et forLro"r John xoung lirown, but we have to the ground Several nijlits af-,-a ire nnd Accident. He promled dwelling, Jolong- nis nulilie services lncllbll b. entitled u od that each the yet to hear any Kentnckian ex- tcrward a frametringnndmctipledi80"0''8. .. our business. tot la lug to Mr. have been rewarded by the praise, contention, press a belief thnt the Ofllco in Laclede block. "well done, good and faithful eer-- j 6 That the detrain so elected shall People's party stands tho ghost of. by Will Pool, was set on ire nnd assemble at Fullon oo the 2nd day tf July, burned to ashes. Tuesday uigltt vant," aud, when asked, a a chance of carrying this State. Xotlrc to Tax tioil has followed. It goes, there- - 'f91; "' ,2 o'eloek noon, with certificates Tho most determined opposers of last n largo and handsome two-stor- y The flrde) Free School taiea for thta ", ! 'A M'" chal.rm:n framo dwelling, belonging to DUtrlet, No. 1C, hate been placed to "T ... I.A fore, without the saying, that if , ! t.! or llieir precinct meet- - luiB rni.t.i i ill iv ...Ann inn ,iiiu Aiiini TV... iiiuu elected to the Senate he will make in, M uk, p,rt ,'n hands for eollectloo. A t hate to make lao.lnro n..,l 0tlr wnrboranf l, " , J IU1 LUCUS. a COIlt raClOr, WtlS of '" ' of taxes by nf i i?""' in eminently capable, worthy, hoil- - Dcmocriala candidate for the State Senata. rniuino .ii:'" - iuuumou muj ed. The bulldini?heiiiiunoccu a aeulement that these prepaie loIht lrl tho iiiuiiibv, you Mllla - a FAFulton Co. orable and faltliful Senator. He .t. . jwur rartiiti ooDienitDce. ......t --t - Pied led v. m n tV. SHtHflsBk" VU '""l .mU. VW. &.JL a irreat inltirv to their ardor. peelfiilly. i was cotinrrnaiatjtpttpHFijver: prosccuto an euergotic, vigorous C. T. of coal oil ou tho premise. Thero May Oth 1J0I. II. Johnson. & F. f 6.16-lA FDI.I. TICKET. campaign. The following resolution was is much excitement overtho whole- ndopted by Dr. A. A. Faris anil P. At tho prohibition converting sale burning of tin efNvt'eci I'otatoeN NIIh. Tub people of Kentucky can It. Hayes, composing the I,npilt-t- i afternoon, al Odd Fellows' Hnll, n fort will bo matlohouses aud tho to forret out Parties wanting Potnto Slips Fulchoice in August bevo Democratic committee for take their full ticket was nominated. For scoundrel. A reward will be got- can get them tween four tickets for State offices, ton and Hickman counties: Governor, Josiah Harris, of Pa- - ton tip large onoiigh to induce the garden at L'Oc. at T. R. Mu.Mahau's ior hundred or .1.75 s I the Democratic. Republican, elected ducah, was chosen; for lieutonant officers to use every possible ef-KesoWed, That the People's party tickets. l from the counties of Fallon and Hickrotn, governor, II. M. Winslow; for at- - fort to find him. 8hould ho ho nr- - per thousand. Immediately R. F. FlEI.D. Judge L. 0. Hodk, Congress i shall assemble in cootenihntbe senatorial torney general, E. J. Polk; for rested tho nearest treo will ho 5:151w. alter the adjournment tt or Mcr-- , ornamented by his dangling hodyj man from tho Second Tennessee contention, for the purpoie of nomlnatint Auditor, W. W. Goddard, C'IIAIUjKY JIKIlt, --..district, died at his home in Knox-vill- a candidate for Legislature, anil lhal t he cer; for treasurer, J. M. Hol.nefl, the export butcher, formerly with -.- jir. .inc Monday morning from the ef satae rules adopted for tbe government of u. untinsj ur ngiaicr ui tuti atiKins, saiu to no J.W.Rogers, now has charge of tbe that ho tbe Senatorial Contention nhall (otrro In fects of a dose of ' neo.ni, iiiteiiigciiwurmeroi iiicK- - ,,e Menl )Cpiirtmeiit at M. IJ. Initiative Conttnlloo. ilr t.i a firm, atiril lit? ,niatnl?a clerk of the court of appeals, R- - man county, nnd member of tho Smw-- 8 Mammoth Grocery Houan, A. A. Farls. lie wmuu.a tlft ue6t known 0f p & L. Union, is favorably spoken wllcre ho will bo plont-eS. Fncud, of county. 1'. It. Hayes. to servo me souiuern ucpubllcan Congress.... Tho. colored delegates matlo a of na a cand date. for State Seim - i.io i.i r.i...,- . . ,,ln . ,:i i iiiuuiio uiiii uuaiuuiuioi men. w. I7 REftlRLICAII STATE TICKET. ugui iu kji it cuuiie ui vuiiuitiuicBixor. 1118 CailtllUncy IS III IIOHUI, 5:8-w. on the plea this would catch but our informant thinks he would WiTnouT exception the DemoThe following is the Republican dissatisfied that republican1 make n winning race, colored cratic press of Kentucky com- ticket nominated at Lexington: TAKI! XOT1CK. colored people1 All ooltt and aooounta due me for 1390, mends the Democratic State tickFor Governor A. F. Wood, of voters, but the mooted woman mat Mllle.1 br April aOlh, will be giten were ignored. The et as the strongest that has been Montgomery countj; Lieut. TRIBUTES OP E2SPECT. oul for collictloo. put out by the party in many vernorHenry Houston, of Go- suffrage question was not touched. 1.10 It. D. DREVARD. years. It is received everywhere Knlftita sir llaatsr. (lonernl L. J. CO I,. TIIOK. n. cottnr.TT, with enthusiasm and with promise Crawford, Attorney WttiniAP, (Jod, the Suprem Dictator Far aMh Only ! of Campbell; Auditor of the UnWorne, has called from this of an overwhelming majority for Charles Blanford, of lireckinridge; Col.Thomss II. Corbctt has pub- earthly habitation oar beluted Brother The reason that I). 11. Drynnt it next August. Treasurer Eli Farmer, of Pulaski; lished iu tho Louisville Times tbe and Knlthl, Ksakkli I. Wail, Put has marked down prices, aud is Speaking of our next Governor, superintendent ori'uullc Instruc- following manly card: Dictator of Cayee Lodge, No. 3018, K. o II selliug Groceries so low, la that he Whereas, This pd hereatemenl fills buys for cash and sells for cash. tho Memphis Commercial says: tion L. V. Dodge, of Madison; some of my "It is reported thatIt ran habaI iml beatiiy upon our uruer here, Dia .tear Call rouud and test tho difference 'John Young Drown is to bo the Clerk of tho Court of Appeals-Rob- ert Tlniti AnWiittn fitl Alula ""' ? 'mother, wife, children, other relaliies, next Governor of Kentucky. As not to support Hon. John loniiR Mtlld;M4 , entire community. Blaiu, of Fayette. between cash prices aud credit an orator ho is not second to the Drown for Governor because Hen- 1:16791 Resolttd. That by tbe death of Brother prices. gifted Tom Marshall; as a logical ixaixa Moitns. ilersoil county's vote was cast ror. Wall we hate lost a IrleJ brother, a nobis and papular debater on tho lead-lu- g Jutlee S WnnEO. mid acr.illSt mvself. Htln, enerous, warm.haarled Clri,. DR. S. K. trftullTltl Tjmvt Register of ! " r,D'T,1ir.l?,0!her ?.d,u,iAu, f.,n' questions of tho day be will We commend the following ring- - on the flnnl ballot for late Demo tliw no m iiim UUUU IUU llltl wuuuiru take rank with Clav. nnd ubovn tho Iituid Ofllco in the a rocl father all he is a typical SontUorner of,i"' won,a from Hon- - Joun Young cratic Convention. It is true that HeiUilred, That we bow in huniMenU-missio- n HICKMAN, KFNTUGKY. me iireckinrulge type, who will urowu'a speech accepting tho tho vote of Henderson county was lo the will of II Ira who doett all things well; that we drape our halUnd Office 11 In pnimlli trnit thnt carry dignity as well as brains in Democratic nomination to nny nn lint over Cowgill & Cowgill'a in niourolDsj thirty days; tilt a to the Executive Mansion." Drug Store. Democrat in the Alliance that is Mr. Drown was not responsible for, jjj?'0f these resolution ha spread iimn Henderson coun-j0- v ! mlntllu . nn -. hit Bun, lila r.m f. an. I When a delegation from the thinking of going off after strange the action of thomy race, . . r"i "" -, Courier till. nets titr one forwjrdnl tbe Hickman Cincinnati convention called ou gods utid organising a third parly iy ueieiiuuii in publish I Mr, Carlisle and asked him If he movement. They should be read above all small tricks and trades ib request toS. K. Jolli'OM, Will grind VfEUXESDAYri and SATbolloved in government ownership nnd pondered in every Democrat- in politics. No itinii in the history Cjiu. A. E. I'liArctLL, URDAYS. Will rxebang Flour and all of railroads, he nuswored by ask- ic household throughout ' Ken- of tho Commonwealth ever mado a II. A. Camioku. kindi of Groceries for Corn, cleaner or moro honorable canvass ing if his questioners were in fa- tucky: Feed stuff kepi on hand for ate. Central Benefit Aaaoelntlnn. vor of cotiUBcaUnir tho nronoriv. 'Wnr tl.tr4v iffnra f lia T..n.rt- - for a nomination than Mr. Drown IIKLM 4 KIRK, WlliaBAt, Our Heavenly FaUcr, the On river bank, bask of Bryant's (Irocery. Alley repiletl In the negative; lo party has never had tho nower made, and ho should not bo hold accountable for the acta of others, Grand ;bleftala of the Uniterm, in His ' to whereupon ho naked if they were pass a law or to repeal a law. who overlooked their neighbors to wisdom, hat taken from our miiin onr be. . . willilirr In lin fovrxl ftniwifin fwvi I I.' ........ ' r '" " Kieij ",',v"v,uih there DIHIUlt)byUIIOII IIIO iUOOKS 1H conler favors on'strangors. I ntn a lotcd ofUrothtr, rAKil 0. P. W.ttt,)v Ohltf. in order to put the railroads under Council No. 77, II A- lain unaot-merthe direct Democrat; I was born in tho Gibhy note Whereaa, We government control, Thera whb of the Reiublicau party or raltar district of Kentucky; I be- respected blm atloted blm as our brother, or Parlies Indebted lo me, toeither forward come no further discussion of the by its sufferance. For all the leg- gan voting tho Democratic ticket blm as a Christiana good citizen, ariterencrd at account, are requested otalmt will be once and settle, or their senlleman, d proposition. islation of tho last thirty years the very year the present Constibim as a Irut aud tried aeishbor placed In Ihe bands of nn officer for collection. Coma at one and thereby aattj onr party is not responsible; but tution was adopted, and have been and Knight. Thk State Central Committee I mean what I say. Iteaolved, Is determined to make the coming it has stood through defeat, wnr voting it ever since, nutl shall voto our memoryThat we shall eter tWrlnh In cost. JOHN WITTINQ. Ihe many tirluet ol our denuti pestilence, with Its face likon it again, from stem to stern, next campaign a hot one for tho Receased brother; that we shall neicr eeasa Hint against all usurpation, against publicans. Besides the lino speakAugust. I nsk every friend I havo lo nilii his presence and eounaet JL. ers who will bear the party ban- unjust taxation, against the cen- In tho Stnto to do as I do in this in our Council obamber, and that, though PHYSICAN AND SURUEQN tralization of power, against tho matter; and nny man who should this and bereavement UIU heavy on ua, ner for tho Democrats, Gon. we lease bim procures other nblo cam- creation of monopolies; nnd tho fail to vote thu ticket on my ac- of an all wise tubmlssitely in lbs banda HICKMAN, his Professional KENTUCKY who Service! 19 paigners. Gen. P. W. Hnrdin says day of deliverance for us nil. count, docs mo an injury, not a tne lH'st'gooit ot Ruler,subjects.commiuJs for tils if e cltliens of Hickman and vicinity that he wants to make speeches whether wo live in tho city or iii favor.'' Itesolted, That we extend lo the be- anlO.'8C reaved family our heartfelt aynpuby in lor tlio ticket, nnd ho will bo one tho country, whether wo be law-ye- r or farmer, no matter of what Ibis trying hour of afllictlon; ibat our Five colored youths, Jonce of the hardest lighters. There ever be will shortly bo a meeting of tho vocation, will never como, and lirown, Alford Heed, llud Bennett, llud hands dependent ready to aid and defend on Ihoie and Democratic State Central Commit- - never will the handcuffs be strick- Culvert, Judge Will Drill, were arralxnel ami Ibat a ropy of our ilectaaed brother, these resolutions he N'aylnr on Wedttcnlay on en from ynur lunula until the tri- before Office, Clinton St., Laclede Iilock, tee at which tho plans of the comroll spread upon our relnules, one be charie umph of tho Democratic party." the colored of altemptins; lo forcible WII lila family, and one lo the Ilirkmm sent lo HICKMAN, KiT. ing campaign will bo laid out. two Courhoyt.Urant Feeeman and Icoiic.s larly." CM.I) lOMI'OllT. f A Cltizen-Allianc- ANA o 3ST. tO BllV f meeting, fVllflil; I I - ' all lall" Hull T' Ik attfsf xs ICEMAN Solicits " nilllU, r'"u i0"!' w C0,TU,,t' T " w c w.imw, r..mir. JKA1TK. $40,000.00. It. II. nilKVAKD, CO WO ILL. theWal naham7rCsra,is!I0nl-- S5.00 - PidiK Capital your huniucRn. llHiikliij; It. T. TYLKK, A XntnltUallea HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. In 1MII. nal-.d,lt- ff 'epon .- - Wo ofl'or tlio itiont Llliorul AccotntnoOntiona to our Customora CoitnlRteut with Ktitnlillulieil 1'rlnclplcM. caaui-Instructio- 'ner gl T It'oJ; 0. HALTZKH, M LIREOTOBS. l'OWKLIs, J. V. CjLfVarTl Taaaaaaal A. A. FA1HS, SHUCK, J. W. Fvcrytliln. W For fore lew I?I BALVX. Iti-mta-f Skiej counting of to tlo all kiiiiln ttf COWOILL'S Full Stock of Fl'UXITUUB, grnor Ms7For Neuralgia and llheumatlsat, COWOILL'S W1ASSL OIL. NaT For Pilea, .,. Bed Room Setts, Folding Lounges, Centre Tables, Rocking Chairs, Mattrasscs, c. Wo arc nl.ao iircjwrctl c,,.., COWOILL'S PIU OINTMENT. aV For Tetter and ltlngworas, COWOILL'S TSTTZB MNTMINT. Cowgill's I9 For Worms, Give us a call before buying. Worm Our prices arc an low as the lowest. Pleuant Sjrnip OH SATISFACTION OUAHASTUKU TIIS MOSSY It MUSHED. Tor Sate by Ihe Proprlitort, CARPENTER i BRO'S, - '"" K,r" .... . aam.a3tm., tUiatsa.- - at?' COWGILL tJ. HICKMAN. imia1imacihth, Kkktuoky. : Hickman. ; & COWGILL, : " Q. H. Efinger, SuNtntr to K. f. f, SWATH, aDSUQQIST A.nd IDonler irr -- AJtlU Alln. d 1 I ,!,..., Pnyer. "i Books agd Slatiotjery, Hickman. : : : Kkntuoky. BOOKS NOT KK1T IN STOCK, t. nituos, i jtBrw3KFmrB A winks i i.uu. .i.. ;.. i... tojJMBHioo, liMavajsVP" rllatlonery of every variety and elyle. tfju Aita, ni ior ine icaaiaa; news, paper tt lb Unltr.1 Sum. MHDICINKS, STATION i:HY, FAS0Y0OOl)8 SU21DUII.S, JKlPang.iKsiVgV; l KFiWkmzWtKzMKLJSR ouo Foit it s. -- PAIST8, - 0IL8, II KnartlB I W , . M HI) I GAL PRESCIUPTIONS A SrECIALTY. delei-atr- J. a Weld, B El. B. II m BtREJV-aRaO- """CiiagwWt nHi tB """u"v"t CA7CZ, STT., Groceries, Hardware and 'OLID BiTT.TABIsEr Keep aHplendld fflsck of Iht trry hell makit f of all kind HARDWARE, . ,.r mt .7 .. kyrBmauBA "" Farm Implements, ClIEAI'KIt than I key can be bought al any Town nr City within fifty alias of that place Cairo or Pfclucah not excepted. IJelow are a fe of hi price: full I'atent, 'Contentment,'' as jrooil a can hi made, etery barrel iuarn. iteii, or money ,,-iciiinuru, ooiy i.uu. I - .... n ...... ...I i: crrriiu ttM New Orleans lo tbe $1.00. GOc per gallon. M0US3ES, 30c to d 8 eenls per ft). IIACONjC. 7 MEAL 7V; P" Imi1iI. Jlea.quarltrt tor rJleel Nails, fi CS par keg, rates. A full line of Tobaccos, Including the "Old 8nuir, Cofle, Canel (Joodl, Candles, I'owdrr, Shot, leaded Shells, Tinware, Darbrd Wire, Haines and c. Tracea, Collars and Ilridlea, Riii, A lo, a full Hue of (iroeers Dmpn. In fact, everything usually kept in a first class (Jrcrcry Hosts. He It also agent for tbt celebrated , best I'low lhat was Plow,, ter pnt In Fulton county toll. ''Vulcan," tbe beat Chilled I'low made, 10, 12 and U Inch cut, steel. "Urle Clipper," nnd a clipper sbs is. Try one. Ali warranted. Ilrown-MaiiDonbla Hhotela, the origie nal "Malta." New Oround ami Single Hbottl 1'lowt. afci gRPK999tiEtaUaaSiiaBlM gtJgtJgtBgafMgftl4JaWtjggf TINWARE, STOVES, &e, which art offtrtd at ONE 1'ltlCK, and that th gfffffBsgHnHaHalgCm v iB ttry , lowest Ik mnitl juttllei. I Atl geids guaranlettl la be at represent! t, ., DEl.oofinsr HERTWEGK, MANUkACTUJl:iU4 Specialty k THK CULUIIIUTZID ! ?, Open-Kelt- l" BALTEEB or j GO., IDexxtlsSt., DAVIDSON. ic, le t. ' .i..i rr, --- -- ly Phop-maU- dark spring, It full A ill . to-il,t- .' it Take Notice! appro-elate- tf frh-iidl- DR. A.. FA.RIS Cas-tlemu- n Attorney at Law, Will attend promptly to all businrM In- B. T. DAVIS, ed of an overwhelming majority of democrats, which certainly should carry a favorablo consideration with democrats; the Farmers' Alliance has endorsed It nnd recommend all its members to vote fur it; and now tho Republican State Convention endorse It nnd mako Its adoption a part of their platform. These elements combined looks like the new Constitution will bo voted by the people by a large majority but thero are newspapers which predict that it will bo tlelentctl. the now Constitution was compos The Convention thnt framed S R JoilNnN, Gonoiiehsman Stonb has writ- nlftbt last, A warrant Is nlo out ngainut truded lo hla care. mchlt 'DO I Com. K P. Itor.ou, ten to the industrial alliance, with John Wiley, (cnlored) for the mini offeune. j il. W. Htnum. (Irani Freeman and Willie IUrton, both, headquarters In lloston, in A. W. LINDSAY, pmillvely and atoully swore tint Ihe six to a circular lettornddrosH-eiickman lljarble Works, named did araault them with pistol, threnti, A Safo Invcstmont. to all members of congress, &o to rob 1 1 o zx y-- s. t-- Ii anil (hit nf their that he is opposed to tho gover-men- t they were Ihem preventedmoney, tubbing Is guaranteed lo Win you only from U ooo which IIIOKMAN, KY. iiwkman; ky, ownership of the railroads; them hy Krreruan hIioiiiIiik for thu polio", satinfartory rriiultn, or in ia'enf failure a 13. C. ho is opposed to the establish- and the drpot aitrnt cumins; on the scene, return of purchase price. On lliia a.tfo OITiee with R 8. Murrell. that 8il6 ment of postal saving bnnks, nnd when their acmllanu tied The acctireij pi a n yott enn huy from onr .idrertl"il DIALKK claim that Preeraan and IUrton bnl whis- IJrngglstR bottle of Dr. King's NVw that he favors the restoration of key and had nttempled lo huldoze John MAnnt.a ror Consumption. It is gutrauU-cR. E. CONNELLY & CO., Italian and A.ieuioan OBAVB silver to tho position it occupied Wiley, and the squad came to Wi'ey's as. t' bring relief In every esse, when lined for MOUUMKNTB, TOMU AND before tlio war, viz: ou an equality Irtence, and that hrr did not intent any nny Connelly, Kentucky, 8TONE8. of Throil, I.uiifs or Chest, VINO In stock, Amtr-Ufine lot with gold a a monetary standard thing like robbing them hut only lo make kiicIi na Consumption, Inllamtiiation of Dealers In HA aud lUlUa aMrU, Iof u ,. of value. Mr. Stone believes thnt Freeman give iiji a plntol they 'swore lie l.ungt, Ilrnnchiils, Asthma, IVhooptng DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. ha J. The e7hlince wsa such that Judgo Cough. Croup, etc., els. Il la plean.int and to fill nil orderi. Call and tiamlnt pi red the volume of currency ner cnnlta Naylor held each them hy nreenble to tiMe, perfectly safe, and can Cotintrr l'roduco of all kinds taken In ex my work. in tho country, for tho proper con- Ihe Circuit Court, offiling over for trial Lki Hlwnva ileiiendeil upon. Trial bottles change for Goods. Cash price paid for Orderi from th country prompt? the bait of each dition of business, should bo $10. at J100. filled. 10c, al U, A. Ilolcumbo'ii Uru Stuio. II kinds of FUIia lll'J.'UO 1 d He IUrton, fit the lUII ltoail depot .Snniliv ier with ihe request lo publish. old alalllon, 10 hands liixh, anil par lake largely of the aynuntlry of form, style and graceful sction of bit celebrated grand sire. 1'EDKIREB. Ilarrlwool, Jr., by Hard, wood; ho by Illackwood, Jrj he ht Old Blackwood. First dan out of Allide; tbt hy Wllhtra' Old Almool; first dam Forrttt. Hardwood Jr's dam wat by a DEALERS IN beautiful brown saddle mare, full 10 hands high. Th fioet trotting strain of blood count kit ein of any horss la America. All know, who are familiar with tbe Turf Register, or the performances of Iht celebrated trotters of tbt onuntry, that there bate been more purm-- won, anil horses aold for high priesa of llils strain of blood, than any other. Hardwood, sire ot Hardwood, Jr., sold for $10,000; illackwood, hla grand sire, sold, when quite an old horss, for $7,000. Has proten hlmitlf fine breeder. Wearte&ertsf ll grulf of nln, Meillnm anil noe Furniture tR"ratlr r"1itrc1 rrlret. tr Hardwood, Jr., will stand (hit aeaton al tarry a tail Una u all time nf Chalra. RooUoro, Tablos, Buronus, Wanhntnnda. suarantee 5ir my stall, 'J mllet northwest of Jordan, Wordrobotj, Ohambor Seta, NlattrosaoB, OprlriBO, Eto , and prices to U, tL lowett. Olta us a tnal suit botcriTliirnl. Ky., and j mile west of W. L. Alexander, all eompetltloa la Ibll fir's, at the reduced price of $10 ta Insur VTarebeaaiiuarlorioaUndortakorB' Qoorfa "nil alscount foil; money duo when Ibe fact Is ascer- line. Ws orrr a large Hue of Woolen anil Metallic Ilun.il Caiea. tT"!tpittiDf and Job Work a ipsclalty. tained or properly ehanget hands. Will not he rssponslble for acoldenls. Is.Vim F. I CARTKIl. HAltDWOOD, Jli. brown Ibis o years HICKMAN WiJIOll HICiCMA-lSr. KENTUCKY. & FUENITUBE. TUBmTUBJEL STEPHENS TYLER, FarQltiirc andUndertaker'sOoods, a , r a w, THE OLD EELIABLE. KAMAGE, 1M OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Dcnlcr (n DEnGS,HEDICIHES, PAINTS ASD DYE-ST0FF3, nlll-dln- uii HICKMAN, KY. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. -- j i i. .tWm. gtti' -- u l S iaiiiiatiiftttHii tiifTMgiwiaffn aepfflwwaaaaay Nyir MWWJWPI .MB ij ".?' iliis&i V " wfjmg th 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 New Itnllrottil Time Tabic. n., o. &"atTij. it. it. Train Tli 1 1 I lir I.. & N. 1 1 Stock is as full and complete as the Cash can make it, and we cheerfully invite inspection for comparison with competitors, and will welcome purchasers with j5L3JX X E3 A. Hi 3XT C3r . XjOTrtT W PULP'S FAIR! e Spring We and on Summer Tlxat Have j 3 n nn Ttrri iiwfl" - tm J awn's tttt www-- rr fAurkMeraMhrr i numii imui. n?" E!3c:lai"fcitio23L 3HE ! Goods, "HIIP i E-- Our PRICHS ss L PAIR 5 P Hi j - I ELLISON BROS, r. . Tr.l. t.KAVK K.i, .Nu, I wild l MoKenil going north, and Juno-(ta- n wiU Ike N. N A M. V. i I'adueah going norlli and the Nwbra ccoii. a n going rauth. Train Ku at, I' , . M, Train l, road makes close ronaretlon It, lt"l P. Il.wl r. AUUIVKMl .i l , w. (8U00KSSOI.S TO A. A. DAVIS,) general iNCURANCE - am - Smitl?, lIlisoi? Ye & "SQUARE DEAL" GROCER. Hickman, : : : : LOCAL NEWS. r.vtnvnt'xt. MiNMio.f. lleelar of l'.Juc.h, togethtr "ilk Ml, lb. tloeen Kvangell.l, will lioU lon In Ihr Kplscopal Church, In Dili elty, lrglnnlng Monday night, Jtm Bib, ami lit.llrijr until Jun lOlli. Th Fire, Toffindo,- Marino, Life and Accident. Total Acoeta Ba)r cf Companieo Represented $240,000,000.00. OFFICE OVlill HICKMAN HANK. It will noon bo hurvest timo. Soda Wator nt T. T. Swnync'tt. Ilontilo Moyor Comedy Coin i.i:rtmTioM jmuynt City Hall rl In lllrkmnri. n ii Mr. Ilonry Cowglll niul family nro visiting relatives at Dixon. In cillfrallon of lie fel lbt our Tenn. eilluni wtrerntlr.lr iinciualnltj with oo dtcoralloo JX, lal Ftl. rrofcv-lln(Jc U0lt brands Calico. ctUbrallon waa a tueef InJtrl Smith, Klmhon & Go. Knlfbl. of PjlblM In Knlforni bt.. Misses Cnrrio Mul Onrrlt nml Tbt Ilia iroertlon, Ibe Kboal cblljrtn fj Anna Truby, aro visiting in Nash- comU( In the coolre of tbt iaarblBK col. ville, Te nun, anJ ih Kolfbliof Honor brlot log Mr. John V. Cole ami wife up lb rear, mating a column on foot left Tuesday for a protracted visit em bunJreil yarja In lenglli, an,t ihc btlilni llioat on foul lillf. In to Nashville. maile ull a proceiilon. Tb 1'jlbUn Klegunt Lino of lllack Arena. Html iUj,l aaleuin nuilo during Ibn ilictiH march lo Ih cemttrrjr. Hmitii, Ki.mhon & Co. Mr. It. T. 'fjrUr, at Chief Marilial, Mr. .loli it Ilcllucr and vrifo of Ih column, and A. W. Lind'a, AiVt s Marahal, Knoxvllle, Ten n., itru visiting lok hi poilllon nn the right Upon reb In Illokinan. etntre, both on hor Ini lb e.mtlerv Ibe eiercUf were open Tho Missouri corn croim. on. ed b Maror Cowelll, followed b a wng, postto Ilickinan, arc suffering "Jeu Unr ul Mr doul,'1 allbeeonelu ' Ion of vrlileh Moonej otrereJ prJir greatly from tho drouth. m nrxl "I Would Vol Lit. Alwafa." A full supply of Fishing Tnck-- ( unr. after w Melt Mr. It. T TjUr drlierre.) an a JJre .ullalil la Ih ooeatton ' Nearlu, Poles, &n., at t nil inc. c er. Mj (lod, lo Thee," D. 15. WilkoN & Co'h. lUnl after romp.nlrd j the I'dilan pronounced, Tho corn crop In reported as) which Ih benediction wat being very backward this spring, and Ibe deeoraliou of lb grave, comord.r ling lb decorlln with n poor stand in most place. mence I, Ihfriend Sral, anl Iben th" of ifravri bT polnl,! for lhal purixx drco Mr. flcott Alexander and wife, the unknown rarei, and when of Charleston, Mo., are vieltlngl rated through with Ibelr work not a Ibe; nn. wert mo iiiiiiuy in uicir nroiucr, it. it. gl rr n without wrutb could l Alexander, of this city. ef flower on ll of One of Ih rooft aolemn K"od vnrd.wido Domestic. ibe da an lb mmorlat .erele of the fC tiMllil. IvM.lHON & Co. Knight of Honor aftr wblcb tliryfecni. to Ibe eJ Servlrca nt tho F.plsrnpnl nf a i rocMlon and marched order graTm urltd all tin- m.iub.ra of their Church next Hominy anti Humbly lime, arn 2.1 to all, and drmit'd vn a ted, white fh graee three llo"er iiIrIiI by the Rector, Itov. Oeo. 8. and y.llow rpreeullog III lriclrrd ritiiuiKii. Ih order btnner of Thoro aro complaints from The day wi a perfect one, the til of many parts of tho country about liehavlor pretalled, not a loud wnrJ or a the bud condition of tho w lieu I Jarring laugh dlMttrhrd lb eolenm reca. .Inn, and all relumed horn frelmt lhal crop. ihfjr ha I honorrl tlifmelf by nklng lttTPK" Itlinu' I. din nlnrn lo nn in o appropriates clobratioo Alar farl b our Ian drcoralioo da to hnvo , our eyes tented and fitted, to Spcolncles of all kinds. '2 Il n man wnnls to keep Ins In tho Convention to nnuii-- ) and his shirt clean, let him iiiiie a Htiilo benatnr (iravcn coun- keep out of politics. ty in entitled to J)8 voten, nut Ladies will always find a com. Hickman nml Fulton together nloto lino of lluttorick'a l'attorns to "It. in stock nt If you wnnt n nleo sanccr of D. H. Wilson & Go's. Ico Cream jjo t Win. Ocycr's and ho will nerve, you and you Broker Clothing. will nover regret tho inoiior you Wo liuvo opened in tho Iluekner paid for it. Ky., n grocery stnnd, Illckm-uiT. T. Swnyno baa commenced fine stock of Taii.ok.Mauu seconCLOTHING, which wo rnnnlnj; his Soda Water .fountain ' d-hand for the seaann. and tho' thirst v' will sell for less than public are in vitetl to call and j"ct! value. Wo oflcr suits nt from 5 u cool, refreshing drink. in fl worth from V2 to &.'. These M27 goods nro gtiiiranteed fill wool, A few good gravel roads in and aro of tho finest quality. Call Fulton county would pay tho ninf examine thorn for yourselves, farmers in timo and wear and tear sun you win uc buiiiiovii in uui mora than tho amount that it) Inn- nrirflfl. Itesnectfullv. would tako to build thum in a year. KKLLKY& 1JKI.0W. i:iiMf Cnmploto lino of tho wolb Mr. Hugh J. Harry and Miss known STltOUSE& M10& I'Kll. Itebecca Salmon, of this city FKCT FITT1X0 A'A'ir SPUING to Union City, Wednesday CLOTH LVO nt last, and wore quietly married. llAI.TZKK & SlIAW. The briiln ia tho daiighler or Mr. Mrei George Simpson, of 8t. Q. M. T. Salmon, nnd tho groom Louis, yearn ago a rosidout of ono of Hickman's young business Hickman, and always nn active men. Wo wish them unbounded temporanco worker, is visiting Mr. joy and happiness. K. Case, nnd will return homo to lUltle milloimneaf, beMrga Malaria, morrow. break up Chill with "0. C, C. Certain Tho Couiuku noknowletlges 01,111 Cure," ll pl.naani reratily N cure, rJuld b; 0 A HoliilJi. liilll.lliin (u ill no wii'n iur.iirii! Mr.. TImm, n William., (Cxblinc Tom he ii'rtl lo be Totumlo Henderson, aged 20 callfil, but who uow tiottl. ftt lo llit ilos trine of prace on nrlh nml kooiI will to years and G months, a son of Mr. I ho Mh all,) nnlTemtrjr of Ihtlr Hoi. S. Henderson, of Missouri, nturrluf. Mty loog Ills aoil linnplneii npposito Hickman, died .Sunday allftiil Ibrm. last, and was buriod at Itusli Greek ; Oo to T. T. Sawno's for Soda cemetery, in this count', on Monday. Ho was a member of the Water. llaptist Church, and was regarded Tho Hickman Collego Trus- an an exemplary young man. Ho tees, Monday oreuiug, died of puoumoniu. the- present eorpa of teaehera, with tho exception of Mr. D. K. 22o Henrietta Cloth, in all shades. Sold at 25o everywhere. Wilson, (who declined a Smith, Fi.uson & Co. elect Ing Miss U. Adullo Al Ion in his stead. Wo nro sorry to loam that Limo, Oeinent, Salt, Hay, llrnii, Capt. Underwood, tho proprietor itc, wo keep constantly on hand, of I'laut, Ilron. & Oo 's dry goods store, has been strickou with pant lowest prices, ars till'tf Smith, Ki.ubon & Go. ralysis. Ilia lower limbs fearsiiflVct-oiand his physician that Tho westorn students of tho his injuries nro pcrmnuoiit. Mr. Ilattlcgronud Academy, Franklin, Underwood has tho sympathy of Tenn., will pass through Illukman, the entire community in his alllic nuxt week, and will hero take a tion. Obion Democrat. ntenmcr for Momphls, from which QfSo Fttro Towels, point they will go by rail to their 2.rixl5 Inchos, as big as HiIh papur. various destinations. t yiiy inwjiun. Try a bag of "Grown Jewell" Smith, Klt.ihon & Co. Coffee Gamlainala and .lava mix Tho Hickman od .'I IbH for 1.00. at cnterpriso in progressing with InF. 13. OABK'fl. dication ofultimnto snenesfi. Tho Mr. J. II. Thorne, Hickman's nnulneer Htibmlttctl plans and Monday, nld'tiine favorite eomedlaii, whluli specllleatinnn by tho talented autresH, were cnusitlored insulliaiont in llouiiie Meyer, will appear nt tho soma details and to This is their first tho englnoer for some slight alterCity Hall appearance in Hickman for many ations and Improvements. Wo years, and wo bespeak for them a uuilcrstiiml tho llgtirca nro inslilo full house. tho Council's limit!). arc selling more 'Clothing tills Soring tban ever before. in every respect, and price HC'cansc our Clothing is are right. Well made; merchant tailors couldn't do better. Perfect in jil; if your measure had been taken, nnd your suit made to order, you could not get a better fit than we can put on you. We are showing all styles Sacks, Frocks, . Cutaways, Prince Alberts,' Ac, in nil grades, and at extremely low prices. Wo also show a large line of Hoys and Children's Suits ami Pants. A no, Children's WnUt and Knee Pants. Look at our line of Suita before buying. Ucason wliy? firrjt-class : Kentucky. 4 I Goods Delivered Free of Charge. Hickman, I Kentucky. Frank Wall licnd. of no death recent years has caused inoro sincero sorrow than that of Mr. Frank Wall. Ho wan born nnd raised in this county, belonged to n largo and popular family, was a worthy and houorablo citizen, nnd respected and loved by all who knew him. For some years ho has been a merchant nt Cayce, was a leading member of tho Methodist Church, u member of tho Knights of Honor, and In all good works for tho betterment nml improvement of his fullow-manml com inanity was n most willing worker. His denth was sudden nml unexpected to his many friends. On Tlttirsilny he was up attending to busiuops, and died Snturday night of what tho physicians call Ho had been suffering noino days from tho La Grippe. On Sunday ho was buriod by tho Cuighls of Honor anil tho Central Benefit AhKochition, tho funeral Berinon being preached by tho venorablo Kid or Finley ltynutn, who had known tho deceased from Infancy. Ho was a good, gener-ous- , innu, nnd his loss will bo great to tliti people nrntfligl whom he lived, nnd who bold htm lu such high respect. in n men-itigitis. SUMMER CLOTHING. "We are showing a large variety of Coats and Vcbts for Summer wear pacas, Mohairs. Cashmeres, FlanncU, Ac, for Men aud Uoys. Al- i.r Attention, Farmers I Tim announcement J.. Wc arc headquarters for Footwear. Our $2.00 Ladies Dongola Button is a beauty. Equal lo any 82.50 Shoe shown elsewhere. Wc have them all sizes,. D and K width, Common Sense nnd Opcrn lasts. Try than. A very large stock of Indies, Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers, from the cheapest to tho finest. Wc can certainly please in Shoes. crrln, IVflloxi.'s bltkS. Try our Men's ?2.00 "Shamrock" Shoe. All Calf. Warranted. Lace and Gaiter. Wc carry a very full line ol Men's nnd JJoys' Shoes of all grades. Bovs' Shoes. fc'L'otT'lMill..lllvlllllllHlftH..119 ll rein-live- must be seen to be appreciated. We extend a hearty invitation to all to como and examine the magnificent Stock of Goods we have on display this Spring. Is now full in every department, and wc aro offering many grand bargains which" DEER1NG BINDERS AND MOWERS, BINDER-TWIN- E AND SHUN j'FIELD XIUMt 1 THRESHERS, H, tlie jrurlcet Smity, lllisoi 9 ?o. f& V For &l. Halo at HICKMAN AND CAYCE, KY. Beeonr itmple Machlnri oppotlto Smith, Ellison k Co'netore. A. E. Cbappe.II nd II. P. Johrxon will be pleted to uliow jou Ibe working of these Machine, glee you price', and an.wer all questions. Satisfaction guaranteed with erery tale, l'rlcr as low si the belt can be fold. Will aim bujr your Corn, Hog, Sheep ami Cattle, and fell yon all llndi ofraer-charJU- e at pricea that defy competition. Call and ee ua before purchasing. 4 ?s (ViM'J S. E. Sc G. W. JOHNSON. noblc-lienrtc- d errr-nonl- e - I Hnvo your Huggics nnd Carriages painted by .lohu Danuer. All work guaranteed. Shop with J. F. Gray. Quality of work not to bo excelled. fl:ltf COUNCIL PHOOKKDIXGS. HickxanTkv , Mae 20 1S91. Council met. Preicnt Maor Cowglll, Counellraen Parker, Raraege, Hertwcck, ,yinlth and llrown. Tli minute, of the lint meeting were read, approted and Mtned Clljr Attorney, A. W I.inliar, prciented an account for commlnlonn on fine, eol u v. nuiwM irviri Pinrr l.ai referred lo finance V. L. McCutchen and Tom Thoraaa are appolnlet a eommlltee toelill Jackon, Tenn., for lb purpose of ex. amlnlng I lie ayilem of wterwork in epermlan In that city, an tn report to the Council Imraedlattly upon their return. On motion, Council ajjourned. arii-riii- AilOf leElEIf! Our Stock is 4jr nniK f fwn. ,Eg . T SUMMER f ATTENTION, FARMERS! Great Eeduction in Prices ! plements, at reduced prices. A Large and Fresh Supply of Farm Seeds ! OVX- - IB. 3EI Jk. TeT-- n complete in all lines, and we respectfully invite the Public to call and judge Our Oliver Chilled Plows, and Avery and Roel-ke- r Steel Plows, and other Earm Im- for themselves a? to Quality, Price, &o. J 8:-- con-sciene- n iWi j jyrgss . fi JI WSLZ i TT'i a nmrnmoM I f Mer. White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Gloves, Hosiery, Parasols and Fans, arc the very latest. Ladie. Mies and Children's OXFORD TIES nnd SHOES, from the cheapest to the finest Cubtorn-rond- a Goods. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Hats Caps Ties Hand- CLOTHING, the kerchieft, &c, and a largo stock of READY-MADLatest Cut and lowest Price. A good quality of E S Business nt for 15,000? I 1 , Atltft, W. U McCUTCIIE.V, C. C. one-thir- Foi a cool, dolicions drink of Sru Wator, go to Sway tie's. Merit Wins. Dmcorery for Conaumption, Dr. Klni;' llucklna Arnicn 8ale d and Cleotric Hitter', nnd lia'c never reniedlvi that rell a well, or tti.it Vie hare Kenniicli unireral (attraction. do not liriilato to (tuarnntco Ilirm every thuc, and e etand ready to refund t lie purrhajio rrire, If aallafaetory rfitlia do mil fnllow their use. Tlitiie remedie hare wnn their gn-n-t jmpularitr purely on llieir mtrlta. Sold by ('. A. HnfeomlK-- , 1'rnRKHt New Life I'llla, ban-illt- FAMILY GROCERIES, always on hand and at prices to suit the times. Financial men trnnxict Ibelr husineej on bualnrai principles. Why make in exception in placing your Life Insurance? Why pay $100 when you can purchase a good insurance for J50? Ia one of the strongest and beat companie In Ibe world. a part of wiadom to aectire $10,000 In Hie Mutual ReIo olber words, ! it serve Fund Life Association the aauie cost that you hare to pay In other companies fr Weilr.irpto jcar wc linve aay looiir ritlzenx. that for bevil nellins Dr. King. New Doors, tar Sasi, Blinds, Mouldings, Faints, Oils, 8fc, Sfc, -- . - as cheap as any retail liottso can sell them. Goods bought of us will ho DELIVERED FREE to any part of the city! a J. AMBERG'S Lemon Chill Tonie ia mora cenerally used, it more pleaianl to lake and more certain lo cure than any chill tonic on 'he authorUv the The proprietor market. persons, wboe name are to thU article, to guarantee eaoh bottle In do wlmt U claimed for it or retnnd the money of thcaickcntngatufTyou had to give your nick child, Ihla la an pleaaant lo take lliat Ihey look with pleasure lo the lime for another dole. For tale by Cowfill & Cowgill. SONS. under your own control. Bound aa the Rocks of Gibraltar. Bafe aa Got crnmrnt bonds. l'laln conlrscli iollcies incontestable. no restriction as to residence or travel. Dividends nfter ten year. Cash talue or paid up iu.urauce after fifteen years. You know in adsance wbat you are lo pay, and when it becomes due. Thirty daya grace allowed for payment ol premium. No Interest charged whether Premiums are paid every sixty days or There is no investment in Life Insjraoce. Cut eff ss.cjlicd isvcstsieal fest'JrtJ and It reduc. eot In Life insurance is intended aa a protection. Then you want ihla protection at as Utile coat consistent with safely. Keep the difference between our rates and the rales charged by other companies $i',oqo Aammuy: AOK 2-- SPRING MILLINERY! FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE. Advertisements nro no long. W. DIJSSTELBRIKK. ot tho regulation musty affairs they used to be. They nro among tho most artistic nml attractive space features of the popular nowspaper NO trouble to name all artlclet, bat no to ahow good. nnd tho frugal housowifo scans Come and see, at the corner of Troy the fresh business announcements and Moscow Avenue. Kaal Illekmrn, Ky of each day or week ns carefully as tho dealer or speculator scans You tho produce or money market. Those business houses who patir a. ronize tho newspapers nro tho ones who secure tho bulk of trade. Tho carefully edited, compact, frosh, complete cheap nnd neatly printed nowspnper is the ponulur Hoops tlio lavonte, and tho only clinvtiel VHHOrtltlOllt r through which tho public can be reached, cither for business or sentiment. i!ti.. $13 SO 13 88 HI 14 Ot 1 1 AUE 43 44 $17 22 17 - l, All-Line- n wntor-work- n Hup-porte- d Whilo nil nnturo is rejoicing in tho return nf Spring, tho hearts of nil women should ho Inddcuod by the gootl newe thnt Rprlng Hats havo como too: nnd in such beautiful vnrioty nnd quality as to al most bewilder one. Thoro nro many new and striking designs in trodttcod for tho first timo this season. Flowers, which hnvo taken such n firm hold, still rotaiu their supremacy as tho leading garniture on hats; and. so well has nnturo vied with nrt in this particular, one only misses the fragrance to boliovu they nro real, ijttroly no Indy who has an oyo for tho beautiful, can, or will, forego tho plcasuro of n NEW HAT, when she sees in what alluring devices thev como. ltibbous nro still in the lead us trimming, aud comn in nil the new nnd beautiful shades. Croat care has been taken in tho selection of my goods, and overy effort inndo to socuro for my customers tho latost nnd most correct Paris styles. My pnttorns nro models of oxtptlslto tusto nnd beauty. Never before- has nrt, in tho hands of skillful artists, shown such ingenuity ns tho Millinory of the present sensou. Hoping my endeavor to furnish my custninorH witli tho most fashionable goods, at tho very lowest prices, will still merit their kind patronage. A most cordial invitation in extended to nil to cull and sco for themselves tho many beautiful and attractive articles that I hnvo tint tho timo nnd miuco to inontfou. Hespeot fully, ADDIli h. .IONICS. 28.. SU.. TO.., l(i Family Groceries. Forget 31.., 51... 1122 1131 14 40 14 61 14 7(5 14 01 " " " " " " 58 91 42 15 413 47 18 K 31.., .. " " " " " " 49 00 fil 62 17 18 19 10 20 02 !.., .17.., M f-- The following curious puzzle bents tho celebrated "13 15 14" etiigmu of few years ngo aud is Tako well worth investigation. a Btrip of card hoard or paper 13 inches long and 0 wide, thus giving n sutfaco of 1)5 inchos now out this strip dingounlly, as true as you can, tho result being two pieces in shapoof n triangle Now measure exactly flvo inches from tho largo end ofejicli strip, and out in two pieces. Tako your four pieces nnd put thorn in the shnpo of nn exact square, and it willappoar8 inches each way, or 01 square inches, n loss of 1 squaro Inch of superficial measurement with no diminution of surface, Tho question is, wlmt bocotno of thnt inch. Hkst Sw.vis in the world for Tula, Uralses, b'oreii, Ulcer, Salt Klioiim. Fever Soten, Tetter, Chipped Ilundi, Chilblain', y Corn, nnd all Skin Cruptlon., anil curv t'ilex, or no pay required. It perfect mtl'fncllon. iHjjmrunlecd toj-lri'riiti or money refunded, coutu er box. Fo'r mite by C. A. llolcombc, Drug-?U- t. pol-livelo -'0 t 8 00 JIm Wittiai $200,000,000 . . Don't t It! 3'J. 10.. 11 :!. 16 12 15 30 15 6t 15 78 65 fit! 68 40 21 30 23 4(1 25 C8 27 00 30 18 32 40 4168 3S 9(1 89 18 41 40 43 C8 10 20 10 50 10 80 67 68 69 00 Fcr luuuanii first cos'i wlilch carries you from 3 to 6 months. of Insurance In force. losses. eS10,000,000 VM in death Millinery Novelties! GROCERIES To lies 3,000.000 '" rervo for protection of policy holders. Tin Ilileklen'N Arnlrn Halve. and beautiful Spring Goods, consisting of the lutcHt stylo of Hats, Trimmings, and all tho latest Novelties in tho Mlllluary lino. Tlicso Goods will be marked down to tho lowest possiblo prices, nnd respectfully asks nil to call aud examine, and buy. Tho HATS OF FORMER STOCK, some of which nro beautiful pat. tot us, rich ami costly furnishings, nnd some plain nnd neat, will bo sold nt cost, to close out. Miss Moli.u: .Iiuhik respectat A. fully announces to tho ladies, nnd (looda delivered lo any part tho public generally, that sho tins concluded to contluno in the Mil llnurr business, nml is now reclev. ing a well sclented stock of now XXI OIVU HI HICKMANI I Found Transacts buslneas In Ibe United Slates and Foreign countries. Ilefore buying Insurance with promise held out of largo returns See wbat we have to sell you. TltlALI of lie City MUTUAL RESERVE FUND LIFE ASSOCIATION E. B. HARPER Prcs'i, IS Park llow, New York. A. F. OLIVER. KHNTUCKY. F. B. CASE, Aff't, SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Uiokmam, Kepalrmi; done at gy. Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, )o( 1VF. IK A TItl.M. when yoti want JC lllack.iulthing done, or on Wagons, Ac. Horie'linelng n specially. r And get your Ulacksuilthlng and general Fakis KFXV3 sal' & Pahkek, STltEET STOP. anil wlliuc'k-buliuu- 1 hUo keep a full line of KKNTUOKY J. F. GRAY'S, ( Cermr of Obion HIOKMAN, Common, Koaewnod, and Solid Iilack Wal. which can be fitted nut (Viilln and Undortakor'c Goods, constantly on baud for hire HOUSES, DUaaiES and HACKS. Ciiud Vi'urik IUvinc purchased the slnhle, horses mollo. up nn ihort notict, and at rearanable and enure ouitlt" of W. II. I'lutuiuar prirei. (live me a call. 1111,1, wo p'opuse lo conlluuo Ibe buslusss, uuj Jof Slini near tho Jail. solicit lutrouio' 0, Eitkanjt Strttli,) KY Tricv.. a M" i UOItH specialty."! JOHN V. GKAY. ir 'V. Bk O " " ' -- dT - )E7EJBrrlflWEsSSiss sW rSisV m ffTmTi sCT'tlsTTfsWiriTrrsWWsWW mT i jfisssBsBslsBisMsBBKBMsWs y.irvr mmmmmsmskm mwm SSlMfflfi' IIIWI I tXPaTB tav .. sitr- - ' va " '""iiaiiiM f "j mmfi i y IgWCiy i SIX DAYS Woo Hoaulrod By tho Almghty to Coniploto Ilia Work. lint the rilmit jinn n llrlitc-Hrrm- S their wonders of construc- KENTUCKY STATJjJ NKWa tion confound tho AgntwlKR, the Curll'lonle' Party llrkrt. nnd the Ichthyers and the Llnnn-aseologist of tho more than 0,000 years Tho Kentucky delegates to the Nh following this Friday of tho first week. tlotml I'nlon Conference, at Cincinnati And while I stand on tho banksof thesa held tho adjourned meeting of theli paradisical rl era watching these finny statu convention tho other night, Th tribes I henra whir in tho nir nnd I ticket lliev nominated Is ns follows: look up, nnd behold wings wings of Governor Pollock Harbour, ot Jcf. larks, robins, doves englos flamingos, ferson county. Lieutenant-governoCrcn-tnrs r albatrosses, Dr. 8. P. Smith,1, of all color, blue ns If dipped lu df Franklin county, Attorney-gcnertho skies fiery as If they had llown Judge E. L. ' out f th" nn"ts, polden as If they (lu fTy. of llutler county. Fuiko-so- n, Auditor-In buta. had taken their morning bnths of Ohle s brown-thresherW. ami Mil Iter. T. lloUltl thn Creation of nn lty Tra- iling, IK 1). And whllo 1 am studying tho colors, Or co iris the landlady einecta yon to plftnV down your board monoy, lllngham-tethey liegln to cnrrol nnd chirp and coo nooks on Wood and Skin rieimbllcan. and twitter and runup and down tho Diioasra free. scales of n music that they must havo ItrsT, easiest to uao and ohrtict Ploo's I'rlnte.t testimonials sont on ltcmedy for Catarrh, lly druggists IKio. heard at Heaven's gate. Yes. I find aptlcaUoa. Addrcts them lu Paradise on this, tho first FriTn i pf nrletor of s meat market ought ts .8wift Spnciflc Oo., day afternoon of the world's existence. mnko n valuable member of a Joint commit- ATLANTA. OA And I sit down on tho bank of tho tee. I nellCourter. Huphrntcs, and tho muriner of the river, could havo raged the GOLD MEDAI,, PAIlia, 1B78. so that they could n t havo de- together w ith the chant of birds In tho voured the Thank (od for sky, puta me tnton state of somnolence GERMAN water and plenty of it M hat n hint "And the owning nnd the morning raco were tho fifth day." that God would havo the human Sweet Chocolate. s Now it Is Saturday morning of tho very clean of the world Ms-afckfeJ w orld's first week, and with this day wnter. Pour It through the homes nnd .Tha mot popular twect make them pure. Pour it through tho tho w eok closes. Hut oh, w lint a clim' Chocolata In the market prisons and maho the'r occupants acteric dnyl Tho air has Its population. aflHaifTt ia nutritious and imlat moral. Pour It through th streets nnd Yet tho land has not one inhabitant able) a particular favorito make them healthy. There are several Hut hero they come, by tho voice of with children, and a nintt thousand people asleep lntireenwood God created! Horses grander thnn thoso cicollout article for family who, but for tho filthy stnUJof Itrook- - w hlch In after tlmo .lob w ill describe ns uc. herved as a drink, or lyn and Now York, would haebccn having neck clothed w Ith thunder. Cat-tl- o eaten sa confectionery, it well and in churches. Moreenough to cover a thousand hills ill a dellclou. Chocolate, over, thcro never was a tilthy street Sheep shephcred by Him who made for 1L II. Dm man, nn extensive ratlroad til J Tho genuine ia itampcd EEt I that remained a moral street How them tho green pastures Cnttlo superOoprrUht,! upon tho wrapper, 8, Ger important nn agency of reform w aUr ior to tho Aldcrneys und Ayrshire nnd contractor of Henderson, was discovWhich mil you Juive, man, Dorcheiter, J Ian. propriate for human residence as was Is was Illustrated by tho fact that when Devonshire of after times. Leopanls ered In Fcrnwood cemetery the other sU lj (iwtra tMrjwfctr. sickness, suffering and despair, glolw at thatcarly period. Moreover, the ancient world got outragvouUy w Ick-c- so beautiful, wo nro glad they can not morning, lying by tho sldo of his wlfo's this It was plunged Into the IK'lugo and chnngo their spot. Lions w lthout their grave, in nn unconscious condition thcro was no human architect to draw or lealth, ilrengtnlintl spirit? W. BAKER & CO., Dorcheiter, If an. , plan, no ouairvman to blast tho kept under for month till H Iniquity fierceness and all their quadruped world which wns caused by an oerdoso of You can take your choice. LYE EWIS1 foundation stones no carpenter to hew was soaked out of It Hut I rejoice so gentle, so sleek, so perfect Look laudanum. Ho was conveyed to his AMD L I0WDIRED98 KUOaJlB All chronic diseases and deout a beam, and no mason to trowel a that on tho flrrt Tuesday of tho world's out how you treat this animal creation, home.whero physicians were sunmuned Ho Is In n critical c w all. 1'oor prospect. Hut tho time was cxistenco tlw water was taught to whether they walk the earth or swim to attend him. rangements peculiar to women Tho WmuoMt and tiurrit I.VS It Is generally believed thit coming when a being called man was to know its p'acc and the Mediterranean tho waters or fly the nir. Do you not mado. WtllmakotlishMlpor-turne- d arc permanently cured by Dr. the drug wns taken w ith suicidal lntc:t bo constructed, and ho was to have a lay down at tho feet of Kurope, nnd tho notice that God gave them precedence UardHoaplnWmluutrs Wauk Hajiiton, a well known c It lalhrtbeat u tfseiit J..I In bride, and where he could find a home- Gulf of Mexico lay down at tho feet of of tho human race? They were Pierce's Favorite Prescription. d for olennlnirvtoplK,, residing nenr Pembroke, Cliristiui stead to which he could tako her must North America, and Geneva lny down Friday and Snturday morning, ns func-- , sinks, rloaeta, washIt restores the female have been a wonderment to nngcllc In- at tho feet of tho Alps and Scroon Lake mnn was created Saturday afternoon. county, wns bitten by a copperhead ing boltfi ., iaU, trcca. c'.e. It i telligences. There had been earth- fell to sleep in tho lnp of lliu Adiron- - They havo n right to Iks here. He who snnke, and now lies In a very critlril three or four brenktnsts their hunger Is tions to healthy action. PENNA. 8ALT MT0 CO., "And the opening nnd the galls a horse, or exposes a cow to thu and suffering condition, with but lltt : satisfied and they go oft" looking for removes the obstructions and quakes enough, and tolcanocs enough, daeks. fights The black cat generally ar and glaciers enough, hut earthquakes morning were the second day." den. AgU., I'hlla., To. storm, or beats a dog, or mauls a cat or no chance of recovery. suDDrcssions which . cause IIkmiv Smith, n porter at I). II Now, It is cdncsthiy morning of tho or gambles nt the ranges a fight or two before noon, und volcanoes and glaciers destroy in- vt. or M, I.trouble and misery. music house, Lou svillc pc-- vKPSllfl w orld's fii st w eek. dardenlng nnd horAt dinner time they tako up tho lunch stead of build. tortures nn Insect will havo to answer Howw orld than this never ticulture will be born A w route where thry left oft n the mom- - nodical paitlS, internal mflailV for It in the Judgment Day. You was taking dow n some decorations fn:3 ing and manage to enjoy two or three MMing. It was heaped tip deformities queer tho hills look and so unatti active may console yourself that these tho front of tho third story, w'len hi nml Kintircu "UlaaroTrrh'iowpnameoafenwhallbaJoiiM dinners, when evening comes th.y "jauon, ulceration scarifications nnd monstrosities. The they seem hardly worth Having been creatures nro not immortal nnd they foot slipped and ho fell forty feet to t! N Ills skull was crushed lllo ' U" uiflrjnN RPfll P $60 oonuu' ., Itlblc says it was without form. That made. Hut now all tho surfaces aro can not appear ngainst you, but tho pavement. know they nro expected nt threo or four ailments, it IS a positive rem- nnd he died before renci color. Something beautiful God who mado these creatures and who nn more houses, so they have a scries of cdy, is it was not round, it was not square, changing Tho systcm is forf- -. suppers. I it was not octagonal, it was not a rhom-Iml- is creeping all over them. It has tho saw tho w rong yon did them will be Ing tho hospital. ,! !. nf Rlmthimlsn Wndhsmfnn RV v.u, iu t.U.l Tiios CiiEsr.MiT, freight conductor vutJ 1 r. uiuuu .,..:l,,1 ui- - Iinae vi uiutuaiuiwu, uiuuuunvu, I'JKJ God never did tako nny one in icolor of emerald. Aye, it is hcrbngc. there. They hnvo lived in this Interesting VI 'S7r Ok s Hotter look out, you on tho Cincinnati Southern, wns rua God's favorite way lor live years, nnu nave icnrncu uie gesuon lmprOVCO, IllCiancno y Ills counsels: but if ho had asked some Hnil to tho green grass. nnd railroad companies who This TrsMlk nngcl about tho attempt to turn this color and God's favorite plant, as I bring the cattle on trains without food over by a freight train at Hurgin, snJ art of working tho lunch route to por-- 1 aml ncrvousncss dispcllCfl. Martt Is on . fectlon. They aro irry popular with planet Into a placo for human rcsldcnco judgo from the fact that Ho makes a nnd water for threo or four days In hot sustained fatal Injuries. TtiD Best Scott WrsT, an infant, died tn the tho inhabitants of tho block, who'Its a legitimate medicine, tho the nngcl would have said: "No, not larger number ot them thnn of. any weather, a long groan of agony from - FV r admire "Mr. Sullivan's" lighting quail- - only OtU that's CtUinintctd to Try some other world; tho crevices of thing else. Hut look ycmlcrl Some Omaha to New York. Hotter look out greatest agony, nt Lexington, from the Waterproof very highly nnd think that ho thU earth arc too deep; its crags arc thing starts out of tho ground and goes you farmer riding behind that limping effects of concentrated lye swallowed give sat.ifaction in thc cure bore their defeat In a manner worthy ties an nblu boker In "Lord Coat tov. appalling; its darkness is too thick." higher up, higher and higher, and horso w ith n nail that the blacksmith several days before. " has of all "fanale complaints." While in company with a little Ikt, of their high courage, too, should not Hut Monday niornlng'carae. I think It was spreads out broad lenves. It Is n palm drovo into tho quick. Hct look out In bo forgotten upon this anniversary. tree. Yonder Is nnother growth, and you boys stoning bullfrogs nnd turn some eight miles below Hawcsvile, n spring morning and about half-paThis a true story of two real oats, IfcaaUttCsit. as 'tJITY tm Ii 1 TTTi T aw been dispelled telling ii 4 o'clock. how they really live N. Y. Tho first thing needed was Its leaves hang far down, and it is a ing turtles upside, ooun, and rob- John Montgomery was struck by light Mists of prejudlco have we now by the snn of peace, and undor Journal. light. It was not needed for God to willow tree. And yonder is a growth bing birds' nests. Hut something is nlngand instantly killed. Tho boy wis ndlklral Itrrlnon, lli.rll.lfMl- - - . A w ork by, for Ho can work as well in with mighty sweep of branches And wanting in Paradise and tho week is alrikkuM ramllr. ! t knocked senseless nnd fell across Mon- stand their patriotism was as pure, and ATA SACRIFICE. funics can permanently beautify their tka brali ! fr ) )! I Oftftor ib the darkness. Hut light may be neces hero they come the pear and tho np- - most done. Who Is thcro to pluck the tgomery. They were found about t ' their moUves as lofty, as those of the ootnnlcilon w Ith Olonn s Hulphur Soap. rnr.all tralard. ! tui frtti soldiers of tho north. Tho land for A tUt la, hours af terw ard. a'rtMtl awa 71 Ik VIl, ple, and tho peach nnd the pomegranate, Whliker Dye, CO cent. sary, for angelic Intelligences aro to see Hill's Hair and l.rlur.4 kr nkla' r flowers of this Kdcnic lawn? Who is jl lllirlWM Mli'l)N ! r4Mrinf rercnafsler IK ! which they died, their country, baptized faf laatst ,!. attfttrM l mfA knniiiliifJ tow l 14 IblfDUIhbfwl JCr in its full glory tho process of world-- s and groves and orchards and forests there to command these worldsof quadTwothUvcs Will Jones and Kob-r- t , llEMSMBEn vlrn.o it,fttaJftArf lrd are not cams and their fruit ruped nnd fish nnd bird? For whom Taylor, who robbed J. II. Warforus with Ore and blood, has arisen from the txvauo some thalrou makea you qua! lull shadows building. Hut where arc the candles? their biff man chaos of error, and Is leading tho adL"" IdrUkrWri.il l lh Ulcms.rv4.iiN4 We aro push- 1ms God put back tho curtain from tho merchant tailor store nt Mlllcrsbur Where aro the candelabra? Where is girdling tho earth. Detroit KreaPreaa ,. crlrl b1na. -, 4 .. MII.M ..III. .. . nr. & - , oMfl JjwtU ry .,j Ik. ib ...... ;4 U,. .J,.f the chandelier? No rising sun will roll ing agriculture and fruit culture to face ot the sun nnd moon and stars? wero captured In Mays Lick wltht a vance guard in Uie march of progress, twL. KWiraaril allatrst ik flt.4 lla rM airaai i.M urmiiis a Jaal t. .l. w lak fmr ! Nitvm full to cum Kick headache, often in the morning, for if the sun is already great excellence In thu iiimlcciith cen- Tho world wants nn emperor nnd four suits of clothes They pleat! 1 tho wonder and admiration of the rre4ir world. Tho spirits ot thoso who died to tho very llral Ooo This la what la aald Djr WMt. ! uo you want 10 created Its light will not reach tlm tury, but we havo nothing now to equal empress. It is Saturday nftornoon. No guilty, nnd wero held in $300 bond. j T?ftv.r,TT"r ssr i perpetuate tho curse of slavery, looking all who try carters Little Liver Pius. earth in tlirvo days. No moon or stars what I seo on this first Wednesday of ono but tho Lord Almighty can originDi'jttNO a thundur-storat Pans down from tho calm heights of eternity, ... amaa...... ........i..sk r l ; ; Ii..toHtwH- .Mr.. Ia1aki,V' '..slaj Z.hi ! HV i WIIU Jf ZJ IMIimSFt ssFIIfi trT tale a tasto of ate a human being. In the world where lightning struck tho residence of Gn can lirightcn this darkness. Tho moon tho world's existence. Ililitllll.TKlillL, A IM TlR vrorld la full of neonle ivho enlor ae tlllltf is v raw 111. jluiai., (i..iT Writ k. vraoaifaiuMiUiv (&,. .UKi and Mars nro not born yet, or, if created, ono of the apples this Wednesday morn- there are In the latter part of tho nine- W. Meyers nnd set it on fire, Hnd bt rejoice no doubt, upon this day, In tho Inf a tin pu UoJ to Ua tail of aomaoUtr Till feravu. Tail t.r.awy IM fa. aj their light will not reach the earth for ing, nnd I tell you it tnlnrles In Its teenth century over fourteen hundred for the nld of a torrent of rain falling defeat of their cause. They wero nono man'a acg ins ruta'a uora. MAKE A VI00R0U8 BODY. some time yet juices nil tho llavors of spitsburgen million people, a human being is not a at tho time, tho structure would hate the less heroes that they died in vain, CIIUP. tat la- Price, 25c. Offles. 39 & 41 Park Pise. N. Y, and as such, wo wUl honor them. THE MARKETS". Hut there is need of immediate light. and Newtown pippin and lihodc Island curiosity. Ill vaal W a been consumed. About the same tim Tons, the peoplo of the generation of v- . Where shall it rome from? Desiring to greening ana Dar.vcrs printer sweet V.'lial stupuiJouA work for a Satur r' - si. IQThB Best U.S. ' CIOUINKATI. ikjlnk account for things in a natural way and Uoxbiiry russctt and Ilebbardston day afternoon! He must originate a Centervllle, Hourbon county, and five iexce, "Memorial day" bears n, lesson LIVESTOCK-Cat- lle II I f I fl . CommonH Ol aim ' j Lfiiaiiiaii' you say and reasonably say, that heat nonesuch, but added to all and over- stylo of human heart through which other men who took shelter under ft of patriotism us weU as gratitude. UpCbolcolluleh.r. ... nillllinil !"ir'" ir.r.z::? m.w.mason, Norton, y. ou IM li 4 tJ and electricity throw out light inde- powering nil other fimors 1 the para- nil tho blood of tho body must pass tree, wero badly stunned by lightning on this day should be recounted tho bioOooa iacker ... tia U 4TI graphy ot our heroes, for In them is our pendent of the eun, and that the metal- disaical juice that nil tho orchards of every three minutes. Ho must make striking tho tree. .. .. IM U. (O -- A history. North and south, east and Hit MILK MY ... s w O M SOMETHING lic bases throw out light independent the nineteenth century fall to rench. I that heart so strong that it can, The Kentucky phar 4 U J west jBBftsjai one a:conl glory tn CO.. W. SIMMONS of tho sun, and that alkalies throw out take a taste of tho penr, and iJoji nil during the dny, lttt what would l cinllon elected th M Addf ..... oo e 1 tf4aM ift 4tfl nf Ml i.f.,CMi. uiiiu irMnsix the. saEEflEut iHUchJs whom jAMftTi rMWiNOrtAm r tho equal to 120 tons of weight and the ensuing year a ao iil Ka ... m l light independent of the sun. Oh, yes; tho luxury of tho 3,000 varietiW o 01 fiffSTON.MsSS.Ji DiAisna rx tut ririifMfMMfMf neeaBrryheoccasion to change Into Porn .Valmtifiil noooa. .1 i 1 do not think that nineteenth century; all tho Seckcl and all that is true, but " O.tl-N- o., it must be so arranged as to beat trnnkfort; president, . Chapman, of the soldier in defense ot national honor mli..l n u K iriiiiinii turtiva- - ? A N' K- ,-l iaio a.l . Is the way light was createdi The rec- the Hartlett of tho promologlcal gar over 00,000,000 times every year. Frankfort; first, second nnd third vice' U IIAV l'rime to choice. ,. GOLDEN MEMORIES U 00 Mlll-UIIIT1SOTO All rilTIM It IM rtR ord makes mo think that, standing over dens of the later times an acridity About 500 muscles must bo strung in presidents J. J. bamuels, Danville; J, . TOIl 10 oo un n leaf tt rtu (or thc people. Vo lrtra ta. AalarlUaaMal la. Ikia M Hal tkat ,,... OooJ ,,, jj tS SIMt ariuinuiimi-tau- m. this earth that spring morning, God compared with it And the grapes! the right places and nt least 250 bone; Q. Halns Padncah U. Jioltzhnucr. .New ppi,, nnil ns the. ilnfen.W of lt,nhonor Kb Aa,.S V Utr (I imMler rn0VislON8-M- ni Bl looked upon tho darkness that palled Why, this one cluster has In it the rich- constructed. Into tills lody must be port; treasurer, II. Jctt, Cynthiana the Is l.nnL nrlnin at.m e a a a st that over us, the heights pf this world, and the ness of tho whole vineyards of Catan-ba- s put at least 5,000,000 nerves Over3,00C permanent nnd recording secretary, J. the civilization nnd tho embodiment of llOTTKlt-Chol- ee dairy ID o is .1. .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 al al al ivlthln us. The true I"rme to choice 19 and Concords and Isabellas perspiring pores must be mado for every W. Gayle, Frankfort; corresponding chasms of it, and tho awful reaches of ,O . sV perbM.JL.. S( u to citizen only can be the true soldier, and API,I.Kx-In- la -It, and uttered, whether in tho Hebrew Fruits of all colors of all odors of inch of fleshy surface. The human secretary, T. G. Julian, Mt Sterling; --m I w 7 ww bu.h. w i is O I ts sr jr love of country should be Instilled Into I'OTATOEh-p- er of earth or some languago celestial I all flavors No hand ot man yet made voice must be so constructed it shall be local secretary, O. W. (Icier. Place of NKW YOItK. the minds of tho young as second only know not, that word which stands for to pluck it or tonguo to taste it Tho capablo of producing 17.692,160,044,413 meeting, Carrollton. ten OS to to love to their Creator. Tho samo banquet for .the human race is being sounds. the subtle, bright, glowing and Nen Manchester, John Hcnsley was theme should prcvado the teachings of uiiAin wheat Ka red...... 11 f67 U II 04 II it II o.irea lluid, that word which thrills spread leforc the arrival of the first ( orn-Dy ETELKA WILLHEIM 1L.LOFSKY Hut nil this the most insignificant f mixed, new a e shot and killed by John L'versole, They 47 a sa waia nnd garlands and lifts every thing it guest In the fruit of that garden w as part of the human being. The soul had an old quarrel nnd Hcnsley went to the public school, tho great conservator IHJIUC-N- aw Allien of our liberty, and any attempt to perucm .11 14 touches, that word tho full meaning of tho seed for tho orchards and gardens Mi, tho construction of that God Him Kbersole's to settle It Bbcrsole Is Sis ti LAKU Wattern iteam w vert them, and mako them tho impleA Valuable Article for Every Piano Student which nil tho chemists of the ukus have of tho hemispheres. Notice that tho self would not bo equal if ho were any nephew of CIIICAOO. tho county judgo. Vr- ments of any sect or party, should bo FT.Otm Winter patenla busied themselves In exploring, that first thing that God mado for food was tho less of a God. Its undcrstinding, . i CO o &M Fun: in the stable ot Dr. J. C llogle. sternly resisted as foreign to our naSEE MAY NUMBER OF . u ts o J ,,,1 Slaughter Its w ill, its memory, its conscience, its word, which suggests a force that flies fruit . and plenty of it So. I ( lilc.iro aprlnf Danville, burned to death the . 01 11 tional principles. Patriotism should lx l'.m.OOO miles in a second and by unduhouses arc of later invention. Far am I capacities of enjoymentor suffering, its of Tom-t .... a sr( XT' filly Maria U, 3 year old, by tho creed nnd tho watchword of our Oata-O 4V lations 727,000,000,000,000,000,000 from being a vegetarian, but an almost Immortality! in a hat a work for a Saturpeoplo. I'olitics Is to patriotism what POniC-Me- ia.. U10UI, Is depraving lav- day afternoon! Ayel Heforo night Abbnllah Mambrino, dnm by Messenger second, that one word God utters exclusive meat diet m. , . t JO u Light! And instantly the darkness be- ages confino themselves almost exclu- there were to be two such human and Chief. Shewaswortli 5700. A valua- theology is to religion, and with our IIAI.TIMOKK, ble buggy mare was also destroyed. No theology sound, our rcligiou of patrioti- FLOUU-Fam- lly .. gan to shimmer, and the thick folds of sively to animal food, and tb.it is one yet Immortal beings constructed. The 00 AM Q I tS I... blackness to lift, and there were scin- reason that they are savages (live woman as well as the mnn was formed Insurance on cither building or stock. sm pure, Memorial d.iy will lie ob- OKAIN Wheat-N- o. ,, Corn Mlic.l. 1? If nothing disastrous befalls the served by our children and children's tillations, nnd coruscations, and flashes your children more apples nnaies mut- Saturday afternoon. ied ..... wheat crop from tho present until har- children as the uuulventary of u national LAK- D- itenned nnd a billowing up of rcsplendencc.and ton. Tho world will hac to give I'OHK-Metatsso Lou V. Citxi-is- . vest Kentucky will have tho largest resurrection. in great sheets It spread out northward, dominance to the fruit diet of paradise CATTLE nnt quality,. ft fir) (STJ ANNOYING TRIFLES. a 00 a e nnd best crop ever grown in the state, . iioas.... eastward, westward, and a radiance before it gets back to the morals of THE NORTH AND SOUTH. INDIANAI'OLia filled the atmosphere until it could hold paradise. May God'b blessing como II It the IVttr I1U or Life Which Am says the May report of tho department OnAIMVheal No Sited .... y ki Hardest to Hear. a 1 ts of agriculture. There has been a great no more of tho brilliance. Light now down on tho orchards and vineyards of Conn No, Or.nOW and love is Somebody says, "half tho troubles of scarcity of good seed corn, but early Oats No. . .. ... to work by while supernatural intelli- America, and keep back the fronts and a i together ataml, LOUISVILLE. gences look on. Light, tho first chap- thn curcullo. Hut we must not forget life aro born of trifles" Somebody Is planted corn Is up and looks nicely, Heart linked to rLorn-r&is- tii , r. as ts heart, hand OltAI.V-Wh- eat ter of tho first day of the w eek. Light, that It is Wednesday evening In Kden, not far wrong. Man is so fearfully and with no complaints of worms or Insects. Na t red ti 01 elaipcd In hand, Cohw Mixed... the joy of all the centuries Light, tho and upon that perfect fruit of thoso wonderfully made that he bears great Tho rains In March nnd April imvn u a llMldn tho sol- .... ... n si greatest blessing that over touched the perfect trees let tho curtain drujv "Ami evils w Ith more equanimity than what made seeding eight or ten days later l"OUK-M- rn dlera tier . ftlt 75 Kf human eye. The robe of the Almighty the evening nnd the morning were tho aro culled little umiovuuces. If Bene than usual. Tobacco beds arc looking Spsalc ccutlj.wlth LAUD Stesm. ..- ,V dick loses tho wife of his bosom, tho welL The fruit crop was never more is woven out of it, for he covers himself third day." aoft footatpa tread, Vs. Now it is Thursday's morning of tho odds are that he bears the dispensation promising. with light as with a garment Ohl A nation's rtuat, a TllK spring term of the Caldwell cirblessed Ilghtt 1 am so glad this was world's first week. Nothing will bo like a Christian; but if he mislays his nation's dead, &L ho too frequently swears like cuit court convened a few days ago, tho first thing created that week. Good created The hours will be latch-ke- y Ia resttoK colmlj V a heretic. with Hon. John It Grace to preside, and here. thing to start every week with Is light passed in scattering fogs nnd mists and An individual capablo of burying hla Jamr-- It. Garnctt to look after the inThat w ill make our work easier. That vapors The atmosphere must be Tho 00I10 of bat- common wealth. For w ill keep our disposition mora radiant swept clean. Other worlds are to hovo grandmother without a groan has been terests of the tlcBcld no moro 1 hat will hinder even our losses from DUturbs their in sight Tho little ship of tho earth known to manifest a remarkable degree severnl years past it has been noticeable Musical Helps and Vocal Hints sleep all atlite It that litigation has been growing less Incoming too somber. has seemed to hare nil the ocean of Im- of feeling at the absence of a shirt-bu- t la o'er. GUo us more light natural light in- mensity to itself. Hut mightier craft ton. Tho mysterious disappearance ol and less and depredations moro scatternpHE successor the articles "Musical Helps and Vocal Hints," V They alumber on the high sea small innnimato objects frequently ing, and tho present docket Is nearly tellectual light spiritual light everlast- nro to be hailed tranQulllj published in the Journal, has encouraged the Editor to devoid of cases of interest to tho public. UntU the last ing light Tor lack of it tho body of space. First tho moon's white sail gives rise to the most lively concern. arrange for on entire scries of articles thich will tako tip every Vr-Perhaps you do not believe these Strong-mindecreat trump shall found, ladles who would Thk prohibition stato convention met stumbles, and the sou! stumbles. Ob, appears and docs very woll unt.l tho sun girls, ; statements concerning Green's Aupoint that may enter into the aspirations of rriwic-lovin- g And thrjr arl.o, tutvvrr cruwoi-'Jliou, lather of Lights give us light! I hursts upon tho scene. The ?ht that scorn to show undue excitement amid at Louisville and nominated a full With Immortality. or those interested in the voice. The singers will Y gust Flower. Well, wc can't make Tho great German philosopher in his on the previous three mornings was tho convulsions of an earthquake, have ticket, with Joslnh Harris, of Paducah, you. We can't force conviction in write for this scries, including last moment said: "I want moro light" struck from an especial word now been heard to nso Intemperate expres- for governor. They rcafllmed tho na Bring flowers, upon their grarea to wreotho, to your head ormed-Doubtin- g ANNIE LOUISE CARY CLARA LOUISE KELLOOO A minister ot Christ recently dying gathern in tho sun. moon and stars sions when they could not find their tional platform. About one hundred dweet mesaengort of hone, tber kreatba Ot lUe beyond tho aklea. EMMA lUCIt MINNIE HAUK icinc into your cried out In exultation: "I movo into One for tho day, the others for the thimbles or their scissors. delegntcs from ill parts of the etatc J voers uonn and noalh. all eonnicl patt, MARY IIOWIl CHRISTINE NIL3SON tho llRht!" Mr. Toplady, tho Immortal night It seemed as ii tney'liiu. nil There aro dozens of articles la com- were present. Tho meeting was har- Ehail meet K"ilu In ienoo at U.t throat. We don't 81MS KEEVE8 RAFAEL 108EFFY And lovo In parodtae. bj iiiiioluglst, In lit expiring moments within twenty-foui- s monious, nnd S100 a month has been want to. Thc money beta created. Ah, mon use which have a villainously-provokin7' Thomas. SIQNOR CAMPANINI MADAME ALI1AN1 -- Lina J. Walk, la ChrUtUa ct Work. exclaimed: "Light! Light!" Heaven this is a great time In tie world's first trick of concealing themselves subscribed for state work. is yours, and the LAnins' Home Journal will be mailed Pji'CK, a colored man, dropped lts.lt Is only mora light Upon all week. The moon, tho nearest neigh- nt the very moment when they are most T1 Wir.Lts misery is yours; and until you are Hard on ths Sailor.. superstition, upon all Ignorance, upon bor to our earth nppcirs, her photo- needed, that might well disturb thn dead nt his residence, near Frankfort, to any address from now to January, 1892, nil sorrow, let In the light. Hut now graph to bo taken In tho nineteenth moral equilibrium of a saint Indeed, from apoplexy, superinduced by hanl "Is Decoration day noticed on ship- willing to believe, and spend the one for the relief of the other, they will s balance of this year, on receipt of only 50 Cts. VI board?" nslccd a landsman of a sailor. tho light of the first Monday is reced- century, when tho telescope shall wo havo known a church member, in drinking. l stay so. John II. Foster, 1132 "Oh, yes, sir; often." ing. Tho blazo Is going out Tho bring her within Coi.uimius has petitioned the county miles of good standing, to sny things about a CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY, Philadelphia, Pa. lio fc. Drown Street, Philadelphia, says: "Often?" colors am dimming. Only part of the New York. And now missing pair of spectacles which were court ot Hickman county for a special the sun "Yes; the captain ni ilC3 a ora "My wife is a little Scotch woman, earth's surface is visible. At six o'clock, appears afterward to 1 found 688,000 unytiiliig but canonical. election to vote on a proposition to . tion wherever he feels lilco It."- - Judffo. 'hirty yearsofageondofa naturally Eou-Devout nnglers, who would not hnvo tabllsh a graded school. o'clock, eight o'clock; obscura- miles in diameter, nnd, put in tion nnd dnrkness It Is Monday night delicate disposition. For five or six BeJ-oreyoscales, to bo found to weigh winced under the misfortune that befell At Hradfordsvillo the other evening &nyl"hing.Bisktwo "And tho evening and the morning of nearly 400,000 times heavier than our Jonah, sometimes stamp with rags Ad Clarke, a young mulatto, becamo WHEN CROWNED HEADS WED. years past she has been suffering first day." earth; a mighty f urnaco its lient kept up when their lines Instead of falling In enraged at a child of his employer and from Dyspepsia. She I I doQotckn Victoria was married before "on It Is Tuesday morning A o by meteors pouring into it as fucl.a world pleasant placcs.gct fust In n submerged silt Its head open with nn ux, killing ii became so bad at last year. Vomit and tremendous undertaking Is set devouring other world with its jaws snag or nn Impending tree; nnd we have instantly. Clarko Is a mulatto. A re she had reached her twenty-firs- t -thnt she could not sit wlHioUh for this day. There was a great of flame. And the stars camo out, those been two Christian women In a street ward of 51,000 has been oilcred for lili Austuia's emperor was wedded to Evory Moal. down to a meal but superabundance of water. God by street lamps of Heaven, thoso keys of ear in a sublime passion because one ot apprehension. Elizabeth of Iiavaria in his twenty-fiftshe had to vomit it the wnvo of his hand this morning pearl, upon which Hod's fingers play them wnnted a window open and tho Hiiism P. HoviKX, one of Kenton year. gathers part of It In suspended reser-- a the musio of the spheres How bright other wanted It shut J5fttfrS& Tub Prlnco of Wales was not quite as soon as she had eaten it. Two county's oldest und most substantial olrs and part of it He orders down into they look In this Oriental evcningl ConAlmost any of us enn brace ourselves citizens, was fatally injured on Im twenty-tw- o when ho espoused IrlnccBa bottles of your August Flower have the rivers nnd lakes and seas How to stellations! Galaxies! What a twenty-fou- r up to encounter with fortitude the great farm near Visalla, the other morning, Alexandra. cured her, after many doctors failed. hnng whole Atlantic oceans In the hours of this first wtok solar, lu- difficulties of life; it is tho little ones In a runaway. The prcsont king and queen nf the She can now eat anything, and cnj'oy y clouds without their spilling over ex nar, stellar nppearnnt.es buM-heAll this thai. upset ns Ho who can bear both TllK sixth annual convention of the Belgians at the tlmo of their nodding it; and as for Dysjxipsia, she does not will cept in light quantities and at right Thursday and the ndiolnlnir nights em without wincing or is not eighteen nnd seventeen respectlvu- - know that she ever had it. " society held were 8 n hero to tho world at large but Kentucky Homeopathic i nii'H was an undertaking that no ouo ployed In pilling nslde tho curtain of only j sessions In the parlors of tho I'lui'iiii iy. even to his family. N. Y. Ledger. but Omnipotence would have dared. vapor from these flushed or SHEET MUSIC 3 CTS. hotel, Louisville, recently. Kiko HiwiiKJiT, of Italy, was twenty Hut God docs It as easily as you would worlds Enough! "And A (cries fif nonuUr aonL-a-. evening the Thk other day tho U. S. court at Cov Ave at tho tlmo of his inarriago to MarAn artist wns asked: "Which is your rises so lift a glass of water. There He hoists and the morning were tho fourth day." arrmiinU fur ilanoor orxsii, conslatlntf of it jiitctt (rrgu- two clouds each thirty miles wide and Now It Is Friday morning in tho first best picture?" and answered: "My Ington wns occupied altogether with guerite of Savoy, then a girl of seven-Uowhere When asked: "What is your tho trial of moonshiners and sellers of is once used always used. To (ho miles high and balances them. week of the world's existence. ofllOO,nnnliigUi jletoon ST rsTiT-Water. noxL" 'I lioso iound guilty Esrrsnoii W11.UAN of Oermnny was Here Ho lifts the cirrus clouds and but not a fin swimming in It; air, but best year of life?" we ought to be, ablo Illicit liquors. Send 3 Cents In Poittgs Sttmpi for Sample ind List. clean lioiuso without is slicer folly, since does spreads them out in great white banks not a wing flying in it It Is i silent to unswer: "My next." It Is a sad wero hlinilu. Combs, Juines Adams united to Augusta Victoria, of 1IIB at tho ago I'.O.UoxVt). IIF..VKY STIEIl COMPANY. MB thing when we hae to look back Hrnek Pigg, Geo. F. Herry, Silas IM. ns though It had been snowing in Heav- world. U4LTIMOKI, twentv-two- . the work twice aritxiTiiu rria,7iarainu. en well. And tho twice clouds in Can It bo that It was made only for among past years for our best; It tells ley 'ihuso not guilty wero Clel Lyons of long pirallel lines so straight you know vegetables? Hut, harkl There Is n of the beginning of decay. Our next i:il llnggnrd, Mai Ion L. AdUins Jor Tire czar of all Russia had just Hurst, Jos. Willinius, Jno. Hnrdln and 'reached his majority when ho chose to nn infinite geometer has drawn them. swirl and a splashing is all tho four should nlw ays be made our best year. ! Jno Hill Thcro ni some twenty-fii- e Clouds which are the armory from rivers of Plson, Glhon, Hiddokel and wife Dagmar of Denmark, who was two Hi I .r Irirrul jt . (liilflt nrllow I ,)ilnln IVi Is like u largo piece of fro-- , of them yet to bo trloJ Society rti lit William 'lay years his Junior. ScnlfurjIUealof I't SIIIIIN mud IIOIIM . I, AUK. .. c. tunucr vCt im get tuolr tnvu-netsKujilirules. They are all with FaTrilun o?aHKEIL, . nAoaRiGTuu, E. C. near foi ttlnl, and h lor lulled to (Sosui.,pTton Clouds which are oceans uie, someaarting like arrows through zen water; and skating well Is fire. Spain's late king, Alphonso XII., was TUI4 AltK.,My lHMM.nia. on the wing. No wonder, Ion j after split crystal, and others tulet In dark great art of social life. L. B. Landon. 1 ond ns forti lid nnd n wninint frnot qulto nineteen whon married to his UfiV EClED CURED TO stay cured". My wlfo ami nlilM bnvlnir o novcro uttack of Whooplnir ills arrest is u il this first Tuesday of Creation week, pools like shadows Kvery thing, fiom oousln Mercedes. He was twonty-twCouifii. wo thought that wo would try riso'n Curo for Con The test of your Christian character IIHI rCvCll Wewai.tiherunriri.taJ- is the mime of u n Kliliu confounded Job with tho oues- - bnOtted trout to Tamh.mow ilrciaolcvcry suncrer nth r.iJiiitlon, and fmnd It u erffct nucoi'mi Tbo llrst lmttla nll.rfilnroil. tliruild hn (tint vt nrAii lnf when weddod to his second wlfo, tho Wuko "Itlui foupli, u pokt olllco In Musoii county. und four bottlm complbtuly ourcd t.ou: "Do4t thou know the balancings the ancestor! of flnny tribes ,nKl to thu world. Heccher. present queen regent- &KTM1ill r. S.indCnd., AdJren. ! S one-eyea Het-rel1 throe-fourtone-fourtbattlo-scnrred three-fourthp l)r. Tnlmnpo's text Sunday was Oon. .11: "Anil tho evening ami tho morn Ins were tho nlxth day." 1'rom Monday morning to Saturday nlclit elves us aweck'n work. If wo linro Illled that week with successes, wcin1 happy. Hut I urn ffolng to lell you what (Irxldld In one week. Cosmogony, ifcolopy, astronomy, ornithology, Iclitlioloey, botany, anatomy are Mich ast subjects that no human llfo Is lontf enough to exploro or comprehend nnj one f them. Hut I have thought I might In nn unusual way tell you a little of what Hod did In one week and that tho first week. And whether you mal,e It a cck of days or a week of ngos, I enro not, for 1 shall reach tho samo practical result of revcrenco and worship. Tho first Monday morning found swinging In space the pllcd-ulumber of rocks and metal nnd soil and water from which the earth was to bo builded. God mado up Ills mind to create a human family, and they musthavoahouso to llvo In. ilut where? Not a roof, not u wall, not n door, not a room was fit for human occupancy. Thcraisnotapllo of black bassalt In Ycllowstono Park or an extinct volcano in Honolulu so inapI., of tfc t clouds?" Half of this Tuesday work clone, the other half 's tho work of compelling tho waters to Ho down in their destined place. So God plcku up tho solid ground nnd packs it up into five elevations which aro tho continents With His'fingcr Ho makes deep depressions In thorn, nnd these are tho lakes, while nt tho nilltiff un of tho Alleghcnlcs and Sierra Netadas and Pyrenees nnd Alps and Himalayas tho rest of tho waters start by the law of gravitation to tho lower places, ami in their run down-hil- l Wumt the riven, nnd then all around the earth these rivers come into convention and become oceans beneath, as tho clouds arc oceans above. How soon the rlicrs got to their places when God said "Hudson and James and Amazon dnn to tho Atlantic; Oregon and Sacrauu nu dow n to tho Pacific" Three winters of tho earth being water, an only ono quarter being land, nothing but A tW shall by MEMOniAl. DAY. A FIERY-EYE- D OAT. Sfel !! Obnrrvnnre Should Tesch the lopl o( Till (Irnrrstloii. j tercups to-da-y county. Treasurer I. G. Salby, ot Trigg cuuiuy. Superintendent of publln Instruction W. W. Morris of Hnllnnl county. lteglster of tho lund office T. 11. d. of Hiitler, I lerk of thu court of appeals John G. Hlnlr, of Nichols county. They adopted a platform demanding free nnd unlimited slUcr coinage, announcing opposition to banks of Issue; asking for the prohibition of dealing In futures in agricultural and mechanical products; opposing nllen ownership of mini or nny ciass inxanon; calling on tho goNerumeiit to loan money to tho people at not moro thnn 3 per cent In tcrost; asking tho government to pay tho union soldier tho difference between currency und specie nt the tlmo ho wns paid; and finally demanding the establishment ot a t jito bureau of labor statistics d 11 ere-nte- tho celebration He lost his right eye In of M o in o r u 1 day Is also the ono of his great duols so that ho Is now llta ortfrtim ot vision mnko slhcr Jublleoof up lu color what they lnck In quantity. P o a o c. P o r twenty live For his ono eye is lrrldoscent by dayy o a r s, upon light, but at night It becomes phosphorescent and glenms In tho darkness llko a recur-rono- o ot this moonstone. Ills "bneker" Is a cat of day, w o have lain upon tho quiet ways and modest mien. It Is supgraves of tho posed Hint tho black cat arranges all d yellow heroes of tho tho fights In w hlch the nation tho first eat engages making wagers of milk fruits of the and cold chicken on tho result These beauty of tho spring as trlbuto to their two cats nro closo friends and always memory and a symbol of the immortality travel together. Hutli Imvo lived on tho roofs of tho of noblo deeds Wo rovcro the unmes of fl o years. They nro entirely our grout dead as tho names ot block for men who have suflerod and died for s Independent nnd hnvo no owners. Tho principle hnve been honored among all yellow cat has whipped every tomcat nations and in nil times. Year by year that ever ventured ou nny roof in tho veterans, weary with block.no matter what Ills weight ago tho the march of life, havo laid down their or training, or whether ho fought unarms and joln.1 thoblvcsascf the dead. der tho London or Qucensbcrry rules lrlvato and officer, high and low, have When ho fastens his one terrible eye on bccn iaa to rest under tho winter's n eat ho seems to hypnotize it Tho snow and tho verdant turf of tho sum- people living In tho block hnvo named mer, and now their comrades who him "bulllvnn" on nccount of hts great gathor to do homngo to their memory fighting reeonl. They havo named the aro fow in number. Their stops nro black cat "Lord Lonsdale." "Sulllvnn" nnd "Lonsdulo" llvo by slow, and tho frosts of Bgo silver their route which they locks A lew years moro and thoy, too, working a shall havo Joined their companions of havo established. Fiery morning they tho field; and, to us, the grateful na- start out and together go to tho first tion created by their sacrifice, shall Iks housQ on the lunch routo. They enter the roof door, nnd walk down the stair-intrusted the perpetuation of tills day. ay till thoy come to tho fifth step from The last quarter of a century has been a record of progress unparalleled the bottom. They sit down on tho fifth in any age, for since that tlmo only step sldo by side and calmly wait Tho mistress of the flat knows thnt hsre we been a nation in th truest efaso of the word. Our southern broth-r- s their hour for calling Is eight o'clock. who fought so bravely and who At that hour sho comes out and places a saucer ot milk before them. They drink it nnd then gravely go awny. At tho next house nt which they call they wait on the stairs till they get cold chicken. Tho third house is "worked" by tho cats for beefsteak. After eating 1 TlUSyenrof ,X .... ..l lent I the He unit IIU Sl.ln fur I iter tire riihtlsff iilcoofCiilliornlB laxative and nutritions combined with the nil Working l.unrh Itoule. icdlolnol virtues of plants kuown to be A bohtnll yellow est with only ono most bonolloUl to th huwn system, sot ys lives on tho roof of an uptown b.uuj, .u ma Kianoit, liver ona noweis cleansing si ston-i-, block and follows tho profession of a outxminiiy Tiaa.I.1.. thft M curingtlltnellln rt.tl.ia habltu wiuo tltttfl ivtiunuiivn, 91m prize-fighte- tr Rrrnp 'reduced from f Hi, ULCEM, J ns, WS, SCROFULA, CANCERS '' UUItSUJUIIIUll, ecoriler. a VV" SALT RHEUM. JSLOTg ltfl-oye- teacher, "don't -- "'P rrsctlclni ths banjo," mites th That' uu that for th mio wuo van aaieiy bars to listen to yeu-- N Y RHEUMATISM, DLOOD POISON. every coal-bliio- k You hardly reallietlmtlt ts rnedlclne.when taking I artcr'a Llttlo Liver Pills thev are very small no bud effects; all troubles from torpid Liver sro relieved by their uo. three and evrr kindred duwuo arUlna from Impnro blood laccwufullr treated b and boat of all tonics an4 that ntrer-faUlmedicines SglEESSSESlEjSSSS I mm 1 freo-luuc- h w plgeon-shootln- orse-Iookln- g y. - ior ..KKwAKU . egg-she- stock-miser- fmm ' ,,,l TX&S&'X" .. i ko! I.oiu-dale.- GREED OF GAlSI rl,rirtH- """,'ri Ii. ri.lr lr rr HD1I FOR SALE iniinO'iir, i.-- rrl v '..CV, nm Money -- a 1.1.,-- 1 Tutt's Xivor Pills 11 SiqoperAcrav IKXIS-Cotnm- ......, uni & 1 SIlKKl'-OooJloch- olcs I.VIII-.-riprl!.OlTlt-Kamllj.. 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