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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1891 hic1891060501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .....--- . u'tUi.; D&AimiLiiZv. .&MMtM fr'flbJfr 'fiffl jyjpBBi WWW tat M -- ' itr' ' - h jraMfliiY! 5L-.. ' - w sxsT . THE JjjCKMAN COURIER. Published Eviry Friday by smt . ' Hlalcmnn. Kentucky. Street, ne it door (o City !IIL CEOrtCE WARREN, Editor. DCce-Jsek- son GEORGE W Alt 11 EN THE HICKMAN COURIER; S- 'iff SFrBBBBV- - FINE JOE PELTING 'tfJTif """"MM 1HD DISPATCH. lOM itjz. iimm Kxicotjxreo V , bale bills. v - THE OLDEST Jf BWSPAPHR IH WESTERN KENTUCKY. 3SS 5, 1801. U Prlcoot' Subscription, $150 CUflfiLNT TOfMCa. IiAitoN USTABMSITED AN ADDJIESS 1S5J). IHCKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MtlDAY. WXU BERING SEA BILL. Iron-Oln1 VOL. XXVJriXO. 1HVWVM 3. W 33. LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC, ETC A CALL AND SEE US. vk t. Dnjust Iocs! loxaitun and lU Vtrvy Incrcaao oi ine ueuis ni couniioa, viwns anj cuirt nave teen rrcornlred In riery portion of Ihe alate at lliprn m worth Jioo.ooo.opa great evils, frequently destructive of tho highTnr. If, s supremo court hits nil To Tho Pooplo of tho Commfl est rlrlili of proix-rtand leading to practical Jotiriied tlllOitnU-r- . eonflscatlrnorabtolut repudiation. A limit wonlth of Kontuoky, Tiik snUnn liltclien cosls tlio Turk-Mi- l hat been placed on all tax rates, and while It allows reaaonaMn outlay In all maltrrt requirempire J 0(1,000 iiiiiiiinlly. to Shots' ing enterprise and development. It also places Tiir. Ulr... of Oreeee In Ilia moot Tlio Commute (lives an Impassable harrier aghlnstunolti! or eitrav-exsttiliy the Jsevs Cnn.t It ullon Miniitd eonoinlcnl of Uuroponn monarch. ripemllturos. le AltO)tflHl, s rrnii bulletin iowa State, county and other governmental .l.nw. practically uncbanred, but tinned bright prospect fop grains and, To tiix Pronator IUktiickti Ihe number of maKlalratea has been llrnltod to n"t- Tho contention lo amend tho present contll- - eight In aoy county u" of agile- r'"'-- ' ' ConnovA, n province In the '"fn'r The number of grand Jurors has been reduced lion an I In obedience tn a rop"'" Republic nmv I... . revolution on Its demand for a revision of your organic lew A. from sixteen to twelve. Thlt can not. In the lent. Impair the efficiency of the body or the & ,our member! of this eon- - admlulilratlon of Justice, and the saving In per nineteen vrnr allien Thniblma vtr.tlon. after a session of IV9 Irrlslttlve flays, dlc-alone by thlt chango In tenyeart will Stevens dU.,1, but his will Is -- till Inllio i "" P bared. end now suimit lor your equal the entire cost or the contention. The the sireirpariylng Instrument. It Is f cost of giand Juries In this slste for the I ,, rot assumed llit u Is pe rtcct. or that It repre- - sveiacc r,i,rCT!l!C ears are now making Unlit, atnta the news of esch member on every sub- - proceeding two years was 161.777, Ihlt change will ia.ro one fourth of thlt amount, Il7,trt) 11 trips between tho Ilnlixit but after full dlseaialon ar.it malum (I ...! annum. A three fourths verdict of juries In clrtl I lvagineot vi caset hat teen allowed under legislative direcii n uneieo. as mo Mexico. I Inf lor. r.. r. i. . i tion. iminupronimnotill. tn-1with, in tortloni of the itato thero h A uniform ayttem of devised. ino accent on tho liiht ,tM y 1 utiles surertmar rrlticiitnsi to IfmeIIioI tlm ronumed In tome counllet there courts hat been four difare ss msny lu ttie rrepsrslleo e( thnlnitrumcnt. AtlttK ferent kindt of courts, soma of at strongly. them with ill slow thst some til thesscoTi' the proposed The Jurisdiction. , w Jk. ?nnol,n' tlnt tlir. prcsl.lcnt , rinded. n,j ,ut in tnsnr ebsngwtame provides courts sufficient orOURnt liotno 400 H)tlcnlr. uf Ills ro-- , mnmimnhsa twi-- romumfd lo IrimlOf snd icis.itc.tas evil referred to. Thasctsbei cent trip. tlir.n most imrrtnt ol II Uwt. of Judgei will lie only very slightly Increased, Tl.i. iu..i.rr.itonln Jjl.rolsMVUV'.jNln Max Dir.ifLArAt.T, of Ilnlllmoro, but they will lie more fairly distributed, and . .... Nw YotU ninn incrltit. Lnn... ..... i ever; county In the atate will have at least 8"- "l "'n.C.lll.ruiuMTU.xs. .id incaelsyear. It yearn ef lreull fwrtyilw utortil three Jars wise to have uurt one court or last tnt in tatlra ycr. a I ... " 'TtTKTT . thought only W.. u ll ciMiiei i. (.. -I iir..i ii ,nnnntini nmttrrs, ..b. ,,,, resort, ard to 1 rovtde 'Hat this shall consist ol ',,,,, ' IfrntocVr. Is Irsralnc enough Judges to dispatch all Ihe business that there Is nolhlnjr Mow nbout tho I'ltlla ' may be brocght tefore It, If flvo Judges ran And lorly nlnt dr- 'J ",n """X1 r- general assembly can not do Sin. Mtw. JOHN Jacoii Astoni lndrslinirolth ilio lundsmrslsl prorltlont Increase the business, the teten) and these for ' tho number to y unra-Theirlro awny J 100,000 a year In charity. ! cotrrnmont, lisito would msny years will moot ovcry tossible demand. ' rvl H'usdus totJieioplsolthesUlstbst can nlTonl It btb Thlt number insy be divided into sections, and Wim. 11 tv....n... AlTon, tho hca.l egrilelitte on errrr QUssUnoSlitfttld from tfi- -s ccrr.p!h the nork of tiro court i wi'le .mpi,, tr.o M. npluion: snd of Ills fnntlly Is thn Krentcst rt-n- t estate turn tii.-ui0..- to.iirrtloiuultto tUe to sod maintaining the uniformity of decision of rne. In obedience to au aitijual bnaiduiwUS publlo ' lundnnlIprlnrli'1eiesenllltotlsorfnle owner In the world. sentiment, tho working of convicts outside the K'nt'icky. llAMON llinsrn will l.ny 5.000,000 1 lie xperieiiee or forty pealloiillary has been pr liibted, and the gen-srassembly also required to catabliart and ncrvsltt UrtiKtmy its it Mto for I h pro-- ti,OUB.r)lelcUcBt)fe In jeers, fsttfredlrem poiitint n.JsocUl H)scd Jew Uh colony. maintain a stats reformatory multutl n for Ju- life (,f tins rvuntry. rrndrrrd msi y slUratloni , Into tl.n U ed Bdditlons to the constitution mil. ly lm- - vemti, nfrn.tera. Is lirorxwr.l lii llltrilnr-.The subject of eastern Kentucky IsnJtll'et lately sentlsl to to1 ror- I)nilon lrrtul tho tcatn enrrlntres trnm(,nt uut Ntwitt,.tnj,1(C this nec.v y lor has been one of grave Import lo the whole slste. which Imvo proveil n suceess In 1'arln. I cn,k.fl n1 rnkMW limitations f rem y rn- - There aro many Virginia grants one hundred ot years old, and yet unn corded, the land coverMw:imun cities arc ri'ixirteil nstnnk - ersland srewjl txiwrrs, s, closo l'l ed by which hat been held under patents from snd prorosrd roasniulioii Inj; hpoclal efforts to ralso fintils with j lrrsnt century, tolJ ui nw i'it.vii. thlt ttate in tome Intttnoet a which to inaUn exhibits nt the i orld's snow inei Tcry ifrso Miriion nev out ii,tislsn many timet and taset thereon raid all theti ruestttutlon passes li.lo the fair. long years by persons Ignorant of an adverse tlllr eeehsnted. of the ronrtntlen r claim. And get these ancient grants remain Nr.vr YoitK city lias a flout laltlnc Tte sessions at a meant of dlsquielimr lilies and lttlral dlsrmlont marked py n pnrtisan In which free Inatrtio rooVltiir derelopmcrtt nrro unknown ana a bar to tho complete " UD"' tlona aro uItcii children of the ..iUlnn. . . el all and Improvement of Ihe richest mineral and cndismstett. aim ai timber districts to the stale. Fecuilly ot title of tee state, the un'teratl the Is estimated thut ilurttip tho last wsa to fiatnn a const Itullon wlilrh "UM is is an essi ntul in thn progress of sny country Justice to the state and its loot; suffering peo-pi- e year about 40,000 Member of tho old euro the irtotost feed o the creati'st num Interested In this portion of the state r. union army htiro onawured thulr final s apeedy and rCeclive remedy This bat The first qu'itltm whlrh tonfjorttd crtty roll cull beeo given, and such provision has been mads drlrcsle wbi tliMoblUllen bt siecislorloral that In flvo tears alter Iho adoption of the new Tiik center of the sjinue p;um Indus- lcn!at on The stitmi y of 1 ?- wealth Incubus try Is St Johns N, 11- - Tlie crop Is the tat U9 days and lasted local lans. Inclddrng constitution thlt giealttato willupoa thefair way be la a and prosperity of the In the fanner's tndfi, roMrtnc t im pairea. with a cost (e the to be removed. most profltnble of any sianiniildtlmrollir.tnCJ. and la nuer r The condition of the state Is now inch thsl It category. specta I mi Oil trt. Ihe averai" ttias and rott ral'ways ran and will te built has been arrnnKwl that the exsr of the four rrre-dl- nr lrlslalurr had bees but ' Is believed that of loot taxation, and, following sne msaitprvTui 01 cfry ifoon without the aid wilt Ult (tortiiuiiv In AiitTii.t nti.l ivltl nm nearly alltheotheratalesot tho In tho example of resld, at the SehW, Hul,el,lA.& near union, a prorlsion hat been Inserted which fort . . bids cities, towns, countlet or parts 1 ft- noroy, i uuamui, 'fTiafttnr r tiilr1iTnf all o.ortpns from voting a tsa under any circumstances In I th Tiik Itusalnn tlopartment of njrrlcul- - thf ilem-usuonol the lTlnurr. aid of such corporations. I"! ! ture and farnilnt?iirO!Ke.to Introduce ' ImJ "T of -, KiTei".,..- "1.. .i . .. " .. i .. . ..in-l- it i. llietosesl riiirs. and Ihe Urmsiit ler Value and Imp w,r- inofhuve demnntlrat,! lha a ratlwir commission. rlancc absohite ard net' rsi ' alan district. Itepealed i (Torts have born inaJe by railroads TlIK "ystfiT ' "Of of the etrongoat the delrsatfa. ibis has to repeal the statute providing for thta service, Is til lutferQent thought wits lo give more stability sad cienliirum i"in rittllb. TI.f,KO roillrr,l Kn tlirrnuclily dnefS I.rctslallto srsaims and It wat roiiteo,wently more efficiency to th'a aeae sxciai iBTiiern i,, ,..... ...."'X...4.. f. ...n... .1,.. 1,500 Uw, pfuh iiranaa ,fcwo anil lis members have boen made, coni.n. Wttl tlmoa it stitutional officers, and theieby rendered rrn. aej, on a larse numtr ef aubje s .h'fh only more Independent, but more fearless In not tha Tin: I'h'laih'IphU ImtiVers are "arry- - ronooni the ren"-- ! pood, undsr tke . Cusrdltnshtp ol puhile Interest, a special i.w t. readere ios Inu on at n rate ealctilau-i- l to mnkc the ; l8n The cause of common school education, al.ii I. (froeti jrood ap ways of prune Imporlaace lathis stile, tll, Homethln; of this irtaismteus oil from the work of I bo convention, receive new tremely rreetated Khrn It Is slated that the ir ii r strength. The direct tax Cuming to Kentucky i t. Tnr, hlcheat point touched by Rold port of the auditor sltoa that la U. from the genersl government amounting tonrer during thu war of thu relx-lliowas years Ihe (Mwrat aiiemhly has toes ' re on KskUOOi will become part of the school fund e. aJdsrt. er nearly one Hill, o' thsl t 2"vV The Argentine l'npubllo has Wat rlod, at an atera'O dally roil et ll"V nnd and w II restore to tbla great causa that which en this and tfone to iOO. that, had the ci.rral ss mbly Ixeji ' i itred neaily half a century ago was. by adverse legislation, taken from thlt noble work. A mi i. MtoUinir maohlno which stlslit to is tmtf teneral aaad leHVJBtUjJ Itias raS sV H aria en,tllniln ls . a. fsirnn tmly Waty ii Ithotit ladder or paste xil, has madit to rewsm inreposed eonstiluima thef rsTT met with the federal constitution la reference would d I'j the Itsa nppofirnneo In the stnets of I'arit slavery has been omitted. hare len a faint to ,te stale i" mawy alone to The claim hat been widely made that this and doe Its work welt ta this perwol the sum o'll.'lUI tl proposed rxntllullnn Is not only of extreme new eonstuutinn that all nas n rhlladolphtn tiinn nho tlel It It required In theslia, tw pb'airiolhereilter but nt unusual detail, nnd unnecessarily lrgls Incorporation a string around his llnfrir to remind. sfts ot general provisions An examination In BMrr las, aol thsl Ii e r(ii enteof latlve that Its the pi cent constitution t ere will are him to ctill for the diKtor for his sick ' toeh lneorxrtkHi. shall be paid t'l in e H(l ahow about taelve thousand Uve hundred and eighty I seek wife on his m ay don n ton n th'Hi ant hose, tire benefit tr"n them. this proposed one, about twenty-on- e Another Important matter Is unitcrinlly of words, sud NKW Jkiikkv ItntMirterx hare lu'en onti, and there'ore only about tie ustr.d to uiHira, citiet sa townn In-- rte-lTln.titi.lni ilm pearl laws applieable ,h..f m,1Blctp,, sixty percnt larger than that of 1MM. w aubji els of railroads municipalities, The ttaleoi-eralunder the tameoo-- i of laws Tax and taxation, corporations and public cept the ilrlllltipof the holes. systems. Jmlielai Mrumt ano rfno.net, nni senersily werf artanped charities, are euvered by new arllclea. All Nmr Yhiik sua n professional rnj; Corel nmenial aenlrt who the so hale been rendered necessary by the rapiloeor lioweil (flnwes, whloh to awl the to representwhim of the picker with changed condition ot the atate during the past locality happened that part lie dons ii hen he Hants to Inicstlffate A 'slse Idea ol what bat bevn oal .l legislative forty years Kicludimr these new mat ten, the the prestin; contenta of an tis.lt Uirrel. ro'iriesy' allewrd any member to write the proposed constitution Is shorter than submitted one. The Constitution latutea gerernlaR hit own eontiltuency. We ent A Nt:w Voiik btirKlnr who roblnsl the Is the about spproral your nil for rrq ring prepared home of a wealthy eltlien tho other bare eotnmunltlet provisions dlriJrd Intothat length at that ot Arkansas, shall b" rlasset average sueti wiped his lxxit with a towel to and shall be coif rned by rroera laws ai plica-ti- e Colorado, Nvilh and South Dakota, Washinglilcht avoid soiling the rich carpctv to every member of such cUss throuibeut ton, and shorter than that ot Missouri, and tsa per rent, shorter than Hint of Maryland. too state. It IsrcjKirtcd that the helrof J.At-tor'- i We have i numerated n this address, neces-aartl- y iAitterlos aic Inhibited, snd ell lottery char-r-n ImmeiiM' fortune, William Waldorf, has brief, a few of tho more Important now eittunif arp revokeit. These crania. promlM'il to irlvo Il.OOJ.OOO to endow a In most Instances seoued by ft rjetllne Ifgtt-Istlo- changes t. Inch in i ho Judgment nf your rvrr setiUt-sefKerdemanded by the present co'r bare Irfilc ed "ion the s'ste rroot neirro unherslty at Okliilioina. A dltion of iho state unit requisite lor the further tipunlts icxp e Itieolnilahle los TllK Inteniatlonal bicycle road race slnirlf t Kenlscky snreof its polu mal and material welfare, ant rleutetalt es this erll l from llonloiiux to I'nris V,S mile, was. abreast of Ihe best ririllu'luii f the ace, and thn wholo instrument Is submitted with ths repren this unmltl-- g confident belief that Its provisions, white not woa by the Knpllshinitn, Mills In twiiu-ly-aiiinlteaherlntheeflottto without defects and csrked by Imirfeo ted shame hours mid thirty live minutes. aurh work, and susceptible, constitution tlons incident The ballot tyslein under tho ot, the simple Tiik only Inscription will be fully established K nt , y enjrs tho of change at the will of tho people by Its open headstona over Daniel Webster, prate clstlnellon ot l')C 'bo civtllicJ stale clause, will secure certainly a mom effective In n little churchyard nt Mandillcld, whlrh letalna the rfrf rore tyslem, Kaper-lenc- e government, a mure uniform distribution ot demonstrated the rills of the rlrf burdens, a imro economic il administration of bat Mass., Is the niiuie "Dnnlrl Webster." 1 mi, a barrier system, asd oflltUi sei-re- t all suite, cmiiuy etMt eiiy affair", and a iuui Tkxar lias a llntrs- - for ffovcrnor, a r t 1 rll s,iA twlhi Uk' he psl'adluai Complete protection lo the common welf.iro. IIj for Indue, a Limits for MMintor, a ft mn honest and unbiased exr sion ot popullrr..MI II Voui-- Chairman. ITHTIS l'. lltlllNAU al tin pr t, Ii made tho lar will, as ripn-sse- d Durhiim for represeutiitlvo and n ItulTa-lWlM.IAM II. MACKOV, for hherlff. Texas la n Kreat stock only method ot taking the aensr of the Hilars llniiritr ItotiiM of Ihe ronitnonweulth. itnto. hasten. J refill, Tho frenuency of elections his lieen Ihe csnsp , Flit hk 1' BTiiays I'm.Miii.M' mid Mrs, Harrison go for ot almost urtreranl rotnpialiit His proilded o ily one oleo II It in a Join ilrire ivcry afternoon, nccom-pnnle- il n this proposed oonsltliition (), II .SVS'AMiO. " state or any run b In Id by one ortothof their rrani!' Cos of any kindmy one sejr in thereof In t' T Aii.s-- n, children, to the evident delight of the I art K M IH. IIAVRI, Tfceiuodeof reilsic alias I 'r held hy many Impoitatiee. Wll.l.MM It ItAMSXT. littlo folks. lo tie n mirtlloli ef su Tnr: Miltlest pleeo of naler upon Atnrndmrnl to Ihe present c tilulion Isecu-r- t' a new rr possible, ESKIMO GOVERNMENT. earth Is l.nke. rrtimla. In l'orala, more Traill n ! and to call !"it hie. drlur and vi'lres at tho ae.t Iiuue etH! se To render c a e a liTnctlrnl than four thousand feet nlive Ity was the a uwrd purio.fl Th. Sj stein by Wlileli tlio Kitrenia North level. It la very shallow, ami no Jlvinc robtleal ImtM-sstla Jtiilnl. of Ihe Iramera nt the enastliui n nt 1M0 llilnif enu exist In it Iheaeetlenaoii rorlslonln th non Instrument According lo tho census of S there ol Ih said that thirteen memlx-thrco-llitli- s nny Ifs, latiiro to ro-p-o of pei mil were 10.CC1 llsklmos neattcreil In little tho United Stntea aennto urn nntlves ol amendint'iiist at a resular session i fiom (,'iipo rnrowell to New York. Ohio pomes next with these beon any auhJ"Ct a I whinralinod of UHriinvik. 1'tir tho juirH)spi of govKen-luckby a pinjTliy of the tnUis csst oeiome tmrt cipht, while lYiue.jlwiul.1 and II o oonslltiulon Thlt plan n id tliaoapcnso ernment thu country la divided Into two haio alx pitch o a eoiiientlon, render. Hie ntskoinent at till vcctlons called the north limpectornto Tiik widowed t'ountens l.ewenhnupt, times c mcetlnsr thomlgenelisot tb rx'Secmtiiry llnyanl'M ilmiKliter, Is re timet, nnd setlt It tnnnniiKtM thai the ronill-ttiltn- n and tho Mitith InsiH'ctorato, cncli of run not tin altered nr uinemlA,! without a which has a governor called tho Inspecaldlnir In the WilmiiiRton homo proild-r- d perlo.t fnrretl ct en 'Ihlt plan Is In for her prior to her marrlau'e-- . She atifirlonl tho experience and Judgment ot other tor who Is responsible only to tho cololinn with The $7IT,000, presented to her hus-bnn- d stales and ignis thn middle ground on thlt nial department tit Copenhagen. Inherits north iiispcutoritlo Is divided into scvon subject. by his father freedom (lod Mn. lC.Tr! I'ir.n, of Mllwnukee, Is n The Rrcatest menace to tho airi of the people districts, I'pernnvlk, I'manalc, 'Chris-ttiinhlinrotation of liavn, Hllenbenk,' Jncobshavn, lawyer mid court eotnmlsMonrr; her of Ihlt country theIt nKim'i.ioni, eonse and capitnl titisimnil In n lawyer nnd one of her quent upon such nk'Krcrutori, upon the and Kgcdesmlnde. In tho daughters has been nlrendy mlmltted to rliihia of Iho indiylilual cll'i' n IVirporato hoih luapectornto nro live districts, tho bar unit two more nro study Intf with wealth nud Inlluenco Imrobeen most potent In llolstcnsborg, Sukkcrtoppen.dodthnab, all Ilm phitu of our political affair andtblt rrcderlcksha.il nnd JtillBnashnab. Kach the Miniii end in view. danger bus aio.isod the fears of tan nt'tett and Tiik chlof of police of West Superior in s patnql'o ormirslatrsrr.cn. Tho ststoean district has n rulerorgovernorrespotiRl-bi- o to tho limpoctor, while every littlo Minn., hint fallen on n novel .planto, not sfliird to commit Itself to nny policy 'which keep nut brlntf n strlko to n close. Tho other' Wouldalio nfford capital, hor.oo Un oth rshsnd. sqttlcment within tho districts lms Its disregard the warnir s of the resident government ngent who Is recan dBy U.O0O men went on n strike nml sevtimes and rciuuse all limitations upon 'tils pow eral riots were narrowly nvoided. Tho er. in me proposeti eonsiiuuion win tr lounu sponsible to tho district governor, Tho Khkimos aro it peaceublo rnce, with tho oneo clnnl nvery Milnon In tho such pnivlslnnt as. In tl.t) Judnniento' our chief nt tho people s rights, hearts of children, and good children at town, nnd lins tiitlleil them up intll the and )ct, in tho other hand, front to that In the old days they used to kill strlko Is declared off. corporate capita! all those prWIIrites and rights I'unn.NtfKri.t.v, of Now York, Is said whlrli will Justify It in Iho development of the ono another under the vendetta principle, but that has long since died out to bo tho richest Irlshmnn In th world superb ret urcet of Ihoetnte, Miny nnd most serious rtimeultlra hare arisen They will btlll steal If good opportunity exclusively enpiffoil In Imnklnp, Ho and charters made by offers; thoy will iiunrrel over game be(fan his cnreer In ew York ns n pM from trrcroratilunrnnti assembly. bare K'rieral We the thoy w ill hell furs to others than dler, tint In 1819 went to Oiillfornlii. pr vided grants all crrrv taken; of that made a (.lake, became ii millionaire ilrr hi d shall in Hit future be held subject to the government ngents If the mnrket happoods dealer In Kan rninclspti und the I le Isl.Hlvo will, and with Hie nbsnlu eilihtnf pens to count to them properly. For In appenl by tho ttate. 8uch a proiltton In the these deeds tho gqvenior, after judicial returned to New York to pntt would have been of untold vu ue to tho Investigation, may punish tho men by baukliiff. citizens ot Ihe stats; and while It has been In Trovldciieo ck'nry-man- , force under statutory enactment tlncti 1V&, un- tines up to about twelve dollars; by A wkm.'K.now.v tlin'. other tlilnjfs thai, less where eipreatly waived by the term of tying them to the ling staff In front of bellcvlnrf Itself, charity nhouhl beuln nt home, iniulu hl the aitdeemed whlili was frequently done, it bat his house, while tho flag of tho nation of the d dresses the subject been It Incorporated In vrentejt Importance to floats abovo and flogging them, tho wife's Ihn constitution. barn blows being limited. Hho becamo ao of recent oxliortittlons. Ono ot the most uufortunste features In Ihe number of diadministration ol Kentucky's government has (loldthwaltu'A tlcographlcal Magazine. lnill;niint that alio has Midi for n been Ih Inequ Illy In lunation. Ksnmptlons , vorce. undarono pr text or another hate crept Into Mistress llridget, whero Is the Ice lias sent wonl hundreds of charters and acts,' and the vulun of D. John I Ohio till fields Hint herenfter tho property thut relieved of Us Just propoillonof cream onlered for dinner' Ilrldgct to tho pumps must remain Idle dur- iBiatlonhat renchodappiillli'ir Uirure- - 'Itie)ion Sure, mum, nothing ciiuio but a van of Standard tlllnllttlcd toyou tonflnet Hilt evil In milk froze up still, und I put It on tho ing tho Sabbath. It In ono of his then-rle- s tillutlon much nsrrosrr limits, and, so far at practicathat men etui efiiiiprti.,. a better total ble pui. nil piujrty upsn tha ssrr.o Pssls far tire. ays' labor thon In taxation hhouldynu ncriipt this roistmillou, In six Make a Noise. Clilffey What's of rca-tlt- s ba-ilock an I nnuioy -- that I hear about young Chcckertrle? sit prepeily-hin- il, leven will benr Its J"st thsrnof uovrrnmenl burden Jim1' 0"iiiM tunucglers Have cheated tils U, ant iitsuuia in fir proiurt'on o tunes, while Chnlfy Ills clothes, urobully yard Lampoon, HPurlug the equal i lotestloa of law, 0. ajovcniDient QUV'f ?1,VOO,0!)0. v JEWISH IMMIGRANTS, spelled From Itutila, Ordered Ont of Hsrlln, sail Seeking a Refuge In Amer ica. HE MUST DIE. "rrm"0 II ,cr' ""'""" '. .... vi,i. l''l. iei b'n lr ,,,", S It ".... "i. l'i!,'l"e Ai li. lrn rrl UrsiBt.shM tU ti . '!""". rer"nislls It It ohit t '" ,r,i ' fr',.i .,,. ...... 'ild, Jtliiiv l. It ,, d,,.n,,ihB fM n" o'r lall It engu A Ghinono Dlplomato Callod Horn The Jewish relief committee at Ilcr and Condomnod d lilt States Hint tll.1 Ull seerani, n,im. Lord William Henry Smith's -. r oi cxpciica mission Jcwit paRSinjf rorLeadlni-Lir- o WlilU of Kxtravan-ancDooumonti iuu(;ii tiiarioticnuurp; is coo, most of I AtriMil-I- Ia finrlnilled lllgllt whom arc eolneT l0 America. and Left. Itclatlvcs SUBJECTS afC ivaitltio- - rendr to nrnvbln fnr enmn I HOW BRITISH ot them In Paris nn.l tnr r. fi Advices rccolvcil at Tarls from Po- in Ton. ;, oon. The pollco will not permit them , Mnp; state that who Seali m enter llerlln, o thev spend onu rvasnciinp; nrsr, tsccrciory oimo uuuicao Will Bo Prohibited From Catching "lent at the Charlottenburff ata-- ftcffatlons In London and Parts, has been for a Time. on and then proceed by train onward Jonticmned to dcnlit. It beiicvea "nt '' sentence Is tho outconto of tits ward their destinations. Ilerr Issaako, BILL me UlclietoclofT commltte, says the aipiomaie's action wniie in r ranee. SUBSTANCE OF THE had for six years act- mmlttee suffera from no lack of funds, ney and goods being freely given, EU usbccrcmry oi legation in rana ami Introduced In the Kngllsh llouae of Com In London, and his life In tho former lie a number of or inona Whloh .tppllea to tlio Waters pnlled with monov. Thn emiil. city, whero he apent tho grcaUr llerliil," Hn.t. Ions portion was Ills time, of continue In St. Pelerabnro-I.ONDOX, Juno I. Tho text of thoIJcr-Inp- ; Here groups of Jews, Including well- - marked with many forms of ex- hen bill Introduced In tho house of dressed womon, ato to be seen In the trnrngancc. During tho early part of commons Friday by William Henry trcots this year tho London Times published a .Smith, tho flrat lonl of tho treasury, Is sToing under the escort of gendarmes, nispntch coming ostensibly from Ll to the pollco station before lliey in aubstance as follows: The Vied Uixag Cbang, the Clilneso.pnmc mints- Her mnjesiv, the queen msy by an order In I, aro started for tho frontier. ter, authorizing Tcheng-Kl-Ton- g to ne council prohibit the catehiiig of ao da by Hrlt omostl aftys that the Jewish emifrrntlon e n IfSxtl la 'n,.': fLu'i"R .irj?..L,iJ,.',J;);lSi? SOCletrJlJlas enfre.l Itallto ate.m. I gottabo for order la council. Wbue the orderja under this sot Is la forco. no persouelouflng ers fo.tnnexclual vpurpiotruuTT-- ! arr.ooo.ooo. Tcheng-K- I Ji to a nnitsn snip snail kiil take, or ssv, ," "' nro forced foinlCTate"rrw'",f'M,-"''t;isktiijtompt to k'lL lake, or hunt say aesi wiihln ihe n to furnish llcnrg se a during tho ps rt jd stil"ln theorder The London society. It says. Is nrrang- - While tho negotiations were In progress lo council No llrlllshsblp r or equlpmeat Ing for tho emigration of 00,000 Jew a. I Tcheng-KI-Ton- g or crow thereof shall be employed iu euch hillwns suddenly recalled, chiefly roles and Lithuans. b any ing taking or hunllrK I " and ho afterward sailed from Marseilles any person commtttlng. ' to China to the great sorrow of a largo abetting such conttaten-tloprocuring, aiding pf ON THBKOOK& of a mlsdem anor within shsflbs creditors, whom ho owed the meaning of (he morrhant stilpp'ng act, snd Wreck nf is llrltlsli Steamer nnd Terrible number of linmenso sums of money. In fact, it the ship OTV'P'ii'ns ufl e.eoihinsoalioard forfiitod to U r majesty as tf the of SiiirerliiB of llor Crew. shall bo was generally believed that the Chi- committed under section I ll of lease bad The steamship Oceanic, from Hong ncso diplotnate had taken advantage of und PJI sh ill apply ss aahl act, and so lions terms made Kong, brings fuller advices of the loss his ofllclal position to swindle right and If they ecro herein enacted and in applicable to an oRente and forfeiture under of the llrltlsli steamer Holemecden, left Homo of his dupes would probthis act. Capt Prentice, which was lost on Lu- - ably liavo had lilm arrested. If such , An commissioned officer on the naval list power during theperlol llinilrd bv conna Itocks while on the way from ehalllnre ocourse imu bccn possible, but thn order la council to stop and ctaininoany Kong to Shanghai. The vessel BcnUnfr, n8 ho did, tho emperor of p In tho llering sea. snd to detain or any of was from Antwerp with a general cargo. -- ,, her or any portion of Uer equipment being or ho ,VI1- - rco to nursuo hU swln- her crew If In his Judgment the ship la She left Hong Kong April 10. On dllng schemes without fear of tho pr.partn to bo uved or employed lncon;raven tlou of this section. It a llrllUh ship it found April 23, during a thlok fog, she ran French law before him, his position exwithin the tiering sea, having on board Ashing and empting hlra from process of law. Hut on Lnconna Rooks, or shooting Implements or seolsiilns or bodies broadside of seals. It thall lie with the owneror mast- r of In half an hour the engine room and Chinese, law is where tha t or such ship to prove that the ship was not of the vessel were full of water. subjects of the emperor aro concerned, employ d In lontraventb-- ot una act This act s were launched and tho and when Tcheng-Kl-Ton- g as tho fur sal Two was reshall apply to the nnlmal kMn and 'o any inaruio animal specMed In tha half crew, twenty-siIn number, put oft by the ordur la council under Ihlaact and the safely, losing, however, all their effects. called, owing no doubt to reports of his einres.Vti nil' la this act ahall be construed conduct In Paris reaching tho Chia. vonllngly, The boats stood by until tho vessel nese authorities, theie was no course I ai. eauressloa "Ilortng sea" in this act means keeled over, when the captain gave open to him but to oliey tho einpe-ror'- s tb sesaknuwoasllerlngsia within the limits dev ribod la the order In council under this net. orders to pull away. The boats became Und ho not dono mnndatc equipment' In this ao'. lo separated at night, but at noon next The expression so his family In China would lmvo eludes any !ut. kle llshlng or shooting la up by been held responsible for his nets, ship day the mate's boat was picked struinents or other things b"loiiging to umay be tho steamer Myrmidon and the captain's In order that the aoove provisions and all his relatives would have been carried into effect It ebull bo lawful for any CUaowo. held to a strict accountability for tho commissioned officer on full piy la the military boat by the Chinese gnn-voany llttlsh The men suffered 6omo from hunger or naval torvlro other majesty, or deeds of their kinsman. P.athcr than officor of cuatoms or lirltlsh consular officer, to to bring this disaster upon his relatives, solzo and detain any ship whUh bas wnoliy or and exposuro. Tlicy wero taken as to any share therein become subject to for Shanghai. Tcheng-KI-Ton- g obeyed Ms sovereign's felture ns aforesaid, nnd bring her lor adlullca-liocommand to return to his natlvo counbeloro the high court of admlra ty In Kn-Oar Pork la France. and or Ireland, or before any court having adThe vote In the French chamber of try. Immediately upon his arrival miralty jurisdiction t lihln her ma i etv a doinln ch deputies on the pork tariff on Thursday there ho was placed under arrest His Ions i suc'a court msy ihrcuion mako may hlnk nt ant award ihe ollcc-- s order as It Is not necessarily final. The govern- - trinl shortly followed and death Is tho hrinsjin i Iu tee aamu fo. t uu l a: n i.uih or the sale o' any forfeited ment means to adhere to its origiual is.na,ty .or ..is wrcRoT0-netbmot thepro-'ertsship or charo an Jt mar think lit proposals regarding American pork and i No such nlber Is to bo resjxinslble either SEAL FISHING. civilly or criminally to any person ivhomtoi ver renew In tho senate Its rcslstnnco to the respecting tb detrctloa of any a'llp committee's report thereon. Hon. The London Illue Hook mi the Ilelirlnc pursuance of the by htm In er Controversy Issued, Showing That nlalno pr 'Yiisl 'Ut herein contained despite the fact Whttelaw Reld, United States minister 1'roposeil the Stoppage rending Arbthat aurh ship is not broil, ht la for udjudl a to France, declines to discuss tho ao-- , Hon. or f brought in Is doc a red not to be liable itration. to forfeiture. If It Is shun n In the satlsfao ton of tlon of the chamber of deputies, and A blue book was published In London merely says that ho hopes for the with- tho judge or ci urt before ubom any trial re lalingWsurh ship or srlrure or detention It drtrval of the prohibition and the open- Monday afternoon giving tho most regrounds for bed, l.ialliier- wcis r amahlcorrespondence between Great lint If no such ing of a now mirket for American pro- cent such selrure or detention Ilrltaln and tho United States, touching grounds are shown a ich Jud e or court may duce. award pument ot cents or duiuaea to anv the ltchrlng sea senl fisheries. Tho party aggrieved, and may make nucb onto-i- n A Nashville Theater Burned. blue book opens with a telegram from the preml.es as the judee or the court thinks ' fit The Buckingham theater, Nashville, Lonl Salisbury to Sir Julian Paunce-fot- e, by this act d dared to be a I'.rery offaoso llrltlsli minister nt Washington, will tm penis ili e by n tin or by lm Tenn., whloh was recently opened by wliu ur wIlbuMtlsard tabi.r. FredJotiea. of Memphis, was burned dated April 17, expressing approval aH.tion nburtly altrr iiiMiiIkI'I fiiuid. Tit 't'he bill then rit!itr-r-Tti- rt' I!2w!a .f XV,-!,.-that cessaof the merchant Miljijiliijf act as to bo building was a long, narrow, fours there a bo complete nppllcd by the new order. It Is ex- story affair, inaecessiblo except from tion of seal catching pending pected tl "it the bill will be passed this the street and was completely gutted. the award of tho proposed board of arweek, nnd that afterwards the council Fifteen people who slept In the house bitration. Then follow cnblo diswill llx this period over which It Is tc had narrow escapes coming down lad- patches from Sir Julian to Lonl Salisextend. ders at the front In their night clothes, bury, dated April S2. 23 nnd 27, andMuy 1 hay lost every thing. 4, 5 nnd 10, referring to tho modus S vivendl, and Informing Lonl Snlisbury A Diminutive Calf. that Secretary Mn!n preferred that ami Agree to set Aside 1 Itelr !)ltrr-iir11... Unci.. nf W ,, , ,.,n, I.,,,..- the pmposal for n closo season should .HUlin iiunu, u imi'ttiiiuii wniih lllir llpiiion.l ration for Tartictl. Hnncock county, O., has a freak como from Cireat Itritain. The bluo ship, One too, June 1. Chicngo Invapectiip of party or of nature In tho shape of a perfectly de- book also gives Secrvtnry Illnine's discalf, threo months old, patch of May 4, detailing the proposals, fait inn, set iside their dilfetvtices last veloped Jerseyseven nnd f pounds nnd tho note of Minister Pnunce-fot- o uij-h-t and turned out in largo numbcra which weighs Inches eleven and one-hato Secretary llhiino of May to hear W. II Kedmoml, .M. I', plo.td and stands This wonderful little cow gum- the ease of Piiruell, Tho meeting took high.and sports around the corral, drinks ft. In n dispatch to Lonl Snlts- uury 0 j lay 0, Minister Pnuncepine,! nt tho (ininil Pncltla Col 1). O. lols out of a bucket, and grazes like any foto snys that Harrison President S, Ititrkc presld'd. Is anxious for n reply to Secretary Yen Mr ltediuoiid nroso ho was other herbivorous animal. Illnine's last note, nnd in n dispatch of greeted with ringing cheers. For over German Oraln Prospects. May 25 says that tho president Is much an hour the eloid.ntyoung Irish envoy At a council of ministers held In ller- concerned, but can not detain tho dwelt on the dctidls nf the Irish lln Sunday it was agreed that no reat-oWhen he declared thut ".ill Unit existed for the summoning of tho cruisers. Tho blue, lxxilc ends with n cable dispatch from Lonl Snlisbury to wns manly. Independent und truly relchstag to consider the grain tariff. Minister Pauncefote, tinted May 28, Buyin Irish pli)e life hail ileelni-eThe customs authorities report thatryo ing thnt ii bill had lieen luttudiiced In tha enthusiasm of iho is now rjuotcd nt 200 marks and that In for l'iiriis-11,parliament to give the queen authority meeting s emeil to know no bounds. new of the favorable harvest prospects to forbid tho killing of seals in Hearing g MaJ W. C Mct'itir-- dellvorol a it w 111 probably lie down lo 180 marks sea by Ilritlsh subjects and declaring speech and m iced tint urrango-tnent- s within a few weeks that the Ilritlsh government could take be innde for u bl'f IMrned! no farther action in the mutter until Deatn or a Naval Engineer. The motion wns pisol this bill hail been passed by parliament The death Is announced of Chief willi ii hurnih aula cjntmittee on orJ. F. Illngham, of tho United In the house of commons, on Monday, ganisation appointed. states steamship Alliance, which oc- Smith's bill wns read the second time. I'hIiiI .tiiiilrnt In un Old s,iirr. curred nt tho United States consulate, Msy Coinage. CiiK'Aoo, J niu! i. David Leonard, a Yokohama, May 11. Thn remains wcro Tho cot nngo nt U, S. mints show: (1. A. It. veteran and janitor of the Interred atUrakauie, Jiip.in. Gold Total number of pieces coined, county building, met with a fatal acci 75,000 of the value of Si, S01, S3 1. Silver-Pie- ces, Went Down In a Hurricane. dent Saturday night nnd now lies dying value, Si.SIS.POiV. 4,so.',fiiri; Lnkc Ilmen, In tho government of at the ooitnty iiotpuni. no intticlieil in -1,780,000; value, the memorial day parade nnd when he Novgorod, has been the sccno of a ter- Minor coins Pieces, returned to the comity building nt night rible hurricane. Nineteen timber ves- 5137,300. Total pieces, 0,003,635. Value, $3,930,2011. he oKrrvLil the ting Mill lloallng from sels wero wrecked In the liiirricnne.iiud thu top of tho building. Ho went tip to nil their crews were drowned. Perished In the Flames. tnlte It In und on his nay down fell from The farm houso of Valentino Heck, Victoria Sealers Protest. the toji floor to tho basement. Alxitit Victoria scalers have cabled to Sir seven miles from Heaver City, Neb., ten feet front the ImiUoih lto islrtick sm Charles Tupper their protest airainst took Are during tho nbenco of Mr. electric light wire which nearly out his the pausing of a bill to closo Uchring nnd Mrs. Heck, and their two children, skull in two. tho llrltlsli n gitl of 0 und a boy of 2 years,, perishbea for aycar, now ed in the llaiucH. , house of commons. o t'anse of Artlon. Thojitrv in thu N. Y.,.liinol. Public Debt Statement. Unci. Russian Crops Poor. liliol suit of Myron VnnAukcii is. K, p Tho Increase of tlio public debt durTho crop reports from the southern . llalley A Co., it he I'tleti provinces of Hussla extending to tho ing the month of May Is $022,1)15. Tho which was on trial In this eitv .ill last Volga are bud. It is estimated that total cash in tho treasury w as $097,077,-300.0wt'ck, ri'tlred nt't'Up in. Frldn. nud the general yield will be 40 per cent renialned out till night At tint opening bfllow the nverage. Canadian Crops Heed Rata. of court Saturday morning n verdict of Cnnndhin unips nro reported In .serl- Tills Ate Their Victims. mi ciulso of action ivn rendcnnl. A civil outbreak in tho New Hcbrlde. ous need of nun. Is a great victory for the people over tho u'iuiu:" und of tlin freedom of tlio press Islands resulted In thu killing of 000 Blaine Goes to Mateo. Secretary llluluo loft New York for in discussion of the in rits ot tne eniiiii- - natives an mo oouics neing enien ny the victors. Maine Moudtiy. dates for tvolltlcal oi. v. a W JlnJ, s'lilien's I unersl. Drowned During a Dale. BMs on Crulter Mo. 13. Q. Ii. Percy, 11. J. Strnttou and Jo Nkw Youk, Juno 1. The funeral Hiils weto opened nt the navy deof Miij lm. id Slupp, business men of West Superior, partment services over the remains Monday for building cruiser M. Cohen, of the United States imiruiii Wis., wero drowned In Lttku Superior No. IS. There woro but three bids reui by tho capsizing of their bo.it during n corps, wero held nt Ills Inte rcsidene ceived, Cramp ,t Sons, $J,743,U9iJ; tho 's gale. MnJ Colic i Jlnrit'ui yesterday S.in Francisco, Union .mil Isirn til Hlohliiond, Vu., in is.' mid tho Hath Increase tn the Public Debt. grudu.itd nt tho Norfolk Hindi Tho appropriation m.ido by On account of henvy drafts on the Ho wits iiiitdo uajor t llto beg. ltrensury for pensions tho May public congress for this tesscl was $2,750,000. ining of tho Into wnr. debt statement will probably show au liii--Philadelphia's Uiw Treasurer, I.I apparent Increase of about SJ5O.000. Pilchard (i. Oellers, the city council's Din "I Juno Pllll.Aliri.l'lin, appointee, wns given possession of tlio Woman and Two Children Burned, Itrooks, tlie electrician nnd Invent r of Mrs. Henry Phillips nnd her two chil- Phll.id Ipliia treasury pending a judicolccti-ien- l niiiiliiiiic-died lit ins home in ticitn mt iwii, Siiiiiiiluy 'lirh' iiv;ud dren wero burned to death in thulr ial decision by tho supremo court tho governor's appointment. home nt Tnylorstown. W. Va. ...".".' """ e Tchcng-Ki-Tonp- 1 ir Tcltcnre-Kl-Ton- jr . 'l fnr tak I rep-Ho- Ilrtll-hshl- o life-boat- x li n g j-- 1 ' - - , IRISH-AMERICAN- m -- n one-hal- lf dlfll-eult- y. " j btlr-rin- OliM-rver)- 7. Iron-work- Iron-work- uc.ul-em- Wtdl-Kiioi- . 1 s POULTRY SCRAPS. Is no They Didn't Whip him. Jim Aulds, Jim .McOougli and Jim Omn:riAi.t.Y on tho farm there Dawson went to S, L. Joyuer's place necessity for buying extra foods. Poui.TitV will reuillly digest Ixines If near Fiirmervllle, La., to whip a colthey urn broken lino enough for them ored man living there. Mr. Joynor henring of it, started to tho scene. On to eat. chickens n his way ha met them und opened lira on Wiiiix hawks liothcr tho loaded with them with ti shot-gufew brush piles will afford n good prokilling young Mctlough instantly tection, and riddling Auld with 13U blrdshot. Cuiin Is n good feed for young poultry The sheriff has gone to tho scent! of of ull kinds nnd can bo fed to the l..ing action. liens to is k"sI udvuntngc Memorial Day, A pint of wholo wheat to n dozen Memorial day was generally olscrved hens mukcB n very fair ration Now throughout tho country. glvu It jut befoio they go lo looH n bird--ho- t, England Will Fortify Iter Ssaports. Hiigland is rnjiMly developing an effective system of naval defense. Hero-uftevery important seaport Is to have what might be called ii naval garrison. In accordance with recent regulations n war ship Is to bo assigned to every port of consequence. er who was MijiK)wd to have been lynched at Clalliorne parish. I.n.. for murder, wns biii'iied at the stake, Ids evecutlon- era having wiilttsl until he, had herusl u y Ar In tii ptmltuntliiry. It turns out that Trump Hampton, Horrid Tale From Louisiana. among them, but It Is hard to soo how they could liavo treated him better If they had loV'd hlin. In republican states ho has been The latest l with decent formality nnd nothnatural ottte Wicn tho father ing more. The speeches he has mudo tho pension a patent refrigerator have been politely applauded, and when has been run to pension annex in sent to tlio country liavo fallen flat tchemo and t:ji 0 efllec. It wns not His "Old Flag anil n Subsidy" address onncctlon vr on should endeavor at Onlveston was n typo of ono of the turnrlMntr ilia In his own way, Tho two forms of address which In various to feather his i mw after Tanner's language and lengths ho delivered father took' The other speech, iismissal, wis distinct Intention. along the route. shnrnlv con relopcd, of making now lengthened, now ts has bccM It an profltxt nolo to the Haum densed, had nothing whatever In it io administration family. Us of Lxceptin tho Old Flag nnd Subsidy nrlnir his short term speech, as reported on various occa Tanner tva al contrived to waste sions, Mr. Harrison made no references of ofllco the ( I money It was re to his policy. At Denver a very skillful an enormou spcctable la in to that of his effort was mndo to draw him out on r interpreted lilornllv sliver coinage by presenting him with lucccssor. tli4 words offl jlfarrlson slump ora- - a silver brick, but ho dodged with some tors, -- ad andidate himself, In skill. Tho tour as a wholo has been withold be no lino drawn yiat- th Uures, ami that the out result except as It shows that perst pension treasury s tbtudlj lirncd over sonally Mr. Harrison has no hold on to ki 'office l.'i3or. hlra- - tho country. If It had enabled him te allty 6T1 sco this, tho trouble and oxhaustion It has cost him will bo well repaid, but It almost, certain that "now - bolder. ., .. a mile ,,,.! ! ouabe) Inc BuHkja' 3afc,JB"W?aiaUvr to gleefully In, advariee. But reckless i rruor rn iiimsi i though Tanne,''mlgn't hare been, ho Louis Republic. QUAY'S DECLINE. lid not attemjH ttf force his employes to buy stock uvb, fraudulent refrigerartepiibllcan lenders In Training for a tor concern or wildcat real estate spectlnsiiil Iteform. ulation, nor did)e call upon tho chief The republican party. It Is announced, In W'ashfklgton to lndonui his will shortly indulge, in one of ib great shark notes In consideration of special official periodical purifications. It Is customrulings. Had Tnner been in ofllco ary In somu of our backwoods commuduring the tennof the billion congress, nities for the county desperado to "get his reckless adAtnlstratlon of the pen religion" nt n revival meeting once sion bureau would, not only have been every two or three years, and behava excused, but might navo been consid like a Christian gentleman for at least ered as cmlnciitljjfln keeping with tho two days. It Is probable, that the regeneral lone of republican policy innu publican party Is actuated by a similar gu rated and caoslpd Into effect by that motive now nnd then for a little while. notorious legislative body. His extrav- Therefore, It was decided, according to agance was only,a littlo too premature. report, to dethrone Quay, and place The rcvelatic- -s made In tho testi- somo other man at tho head of the mamony before thfT congressional commit- chine In order thnt it may preserve the tee which Invjvjstigatcd the pension appearance of respectability. ollico were sucj as imperatively deMr. Quay deserves better nt tho hand manded a charijfo of administration of of his party. The public has been that ofllcc. Hut? tho billion congress, taught that tho laborer Is worthy of his engaged In thejwork of draining tho hire, nnd If Mr. Quay has not performed treasury, c6iih)V:not consistently con the things thnt he was hired to do many demn a republican ofllclal who was In untruths have certainly been told tho s.imr linn a 1nslnt-sft- Therefore. about him. His efficiency In the last to bo In accorctwlth Its own policy of presidential election cannot be doubtplunder, congrwts gave tlftjorandcd of- ed, and he is y tho bast exponent ficial a literal coat of whitewash. The of the methods and ends of tho repubput to lican party. According to his creed a president wasaverso to being the disagreeable necessity of bouncing party exists to get tho offices, and nny two pension commissioners In succesmeans are pardonable if they are sucsion. This recent scandal about young cessful. The republican party has Itaum may f6rco tho president to de- lived up to that principle, and tinder mand the pension commissioner's resig- leadership of Quay It achieved a sucnation, for ithas stirred up very ugly cess which It hopes to repeat In tS'JJ by agitation ngainst tho Haum family In similar methods, though another man quarters where Mr. Harrison considers may direct then-It he Is particularly strong, among the is to bo presumed that lion. J. S. members of 'tho Grand Army of the Clarkson is in training for the position Republic. Secretary Nobln Is resolved of moral and intellectual leadership to get rid of tho Rnums, if possible, nnd that Mr. Quay has occupied In the reIt Is extremely probable that ho will publican party, nnd a more fit nnd apresign from tho cabinet should he fall propriate successor could not have been to accomplish his object When It la obtained. As assistant postmast-- r genborne in mind that tho largett proporeral Mr. Clarkson demonstrated his tion of the revenues of the government ability and statesmanship by turning go into the hands of the Hauins, and out more democratic postmasters withthat the administration ot an ofllcc in a given space of time than anyone which his uc'on considered us repre- - hitherto believed to be possible, .Ho otIi( ' iff must aaci-e- nnd patriotic hait shuivn h7ms-l- f n nnaticnl partlan, obligations of tho American people to- n thorough believer in the doctrines wards their preservers, has become tho that to tho victor belongs tho spoils synonym of corruption nnd fraud, It and that the end consecrates tho means, would seem as If a change of adminis- and therefore by all the laws of his tration cannot be very well delayed. party ho Is entitled to tho republican The dismissal of Kaum at tho present succession. time will save the president a most huBut this chnngo of leaders w ill come miliating ordeal next winter when tho too late to save republican respectabilrepresentatives un- ity. Thn party has thoroughly identidemocratic house of dertakes a genuine investigation of fied itself w 1th Quay and Dudley nnd Kaum's ofllce. Revelations would be Ixxxllc and blocks of five, nnd a change made, under the experienced direction of garments cannot discharge It of the of Representative Cooper, of Indiana, sins It has committed. It Quay loses which would bo very unfortunate for his place it will bo merely n campaign tho Harrison administration generally. movement, and will not blind the pubIt may bo that Harrison dare not dis- lic to tlio fact that his methods will not miss Raura, and it will be regarded ns be changed, whether ho remains at the n certainly should ho neglect to avail head of tho national committee or not himself of the pn'sent opiortunlty. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. Young Rnum was simply carrying out THE REPUBLICAN POLICY. tho policy maintained by his father, and his dismissal should be followed by Cr.illtora or the tioierniiient Shamelessly elicited by the I'urty of fireed. that of tho head of tho family. Under tho present administration the pension The entire policy or the republican ofllcc is rotten to the core. Albany party has boon In tho line of cheating Argus. creditors. Soldiers In the trenches were creditors of tho government THE PRESIDENT'S TRIP. They weio deliberately plundered by tho republican party, and tho man who A Dolil i:nort ta Secure for Illniwlf engineered the schemo was John SherItenomlniilliiii. Mr. Harrison's transcontinental trip man, who lived to boast nf his cunning After the was undertaken for personal reasons, nfter tho wur had closed. and while he has not thought prop- -r to government, under tho control of the rovcal them It has been generally con- republican party, had placed In the cluded thnt it inaugurates his nctlvo hands of tho people four hundred milcanvuss for a second term. The trip lion dollnrs of treasury notes bearing must liavo cort Mr Harrison very se- on their face tlio pledge that thoy should rious physical discomfort, uslde from bo 'fundable at the option of the tho mental strain of making a long holder In nny bonds" Issued by the series of speeches without saying any- government tho party which claims thing In particular On the return he now to oppose tho cheating of creditors has spoken several times of physical then cheated every government cred- g Interest-bearinand mental ehaitllnn. nnd it npiwurs itor except tho holders of bonds by tho passage ot a law that ho shares the general opinion that thcro wns nothing of the pleasure trip taking thla important jirlvilegn from the holders of tho notes issued. This In it The most significant if not tho only act was denounced by the republican nlgniflcant political development in chairman of tho wnys nnd means comconnection with it Is tho uniform kind- mittee us "not quito right," but it was no less it cheating of creditors than that ness und eourwsy shown him by nnd tho entire absence of any proposed by the people's party nnd now manifestation' of enthusiasm from re- denounced by the Inventors ot this publicans. It will hanlly be supposed by fraudulent legislation. The producers who wero to help pay anyone that tno democrats niimire .vir war debt wero Harrison us a politician, or thnt, except the f raudulently-creatoby it great effort, they can feel any- creditors of the government. That for him as a man. To government owed them fair protection thing like tho dcmcHMtlo mind ho represents in their rights. The republican party either the actualities or tho posslbil-Itle- i pledged Itielf In convention In this city of erorythltije u democrat ought in U8 to cum for tho people who werj not to be. He Is distinctly u product of to pay the debt and to proservo equal tho sectional politics of tho civil war and exact justice. It proceeded to make a new contract for tho benefit of the pcr'od and represents this sectionalism ns it survival Into u generation bondholder and to add more to the which Is gradually broadening out of It burden mating on tlio people than the As a part of this bectlonallsm, he has war had honestly cot Tho producers manifested strong sympathy with tho wero creditors to the government In n They hud lurgsly ulded keetioii.il effort to force a race Issue double sense nnd eitilip'd tho negroes with thu white in the suppression of the roliellion. They found themsolvus gradually growpeople of the south. Holding this beto the south, his sympathies In ing poorer while millionaires wero s of tho east atpt west aro ing made by act of congress. Chlougn t)R. distinctly ith tho plutocratio classes. Times. Willi" 'i might bo possibln to have n POLITICAL PARAGRAPHS. certain "rt rt' admiration for the conThe last ivptibllenn president nt sistent' ' "f " desperate radical like Is iinotliur mournor r.irsotts, preaching aiiitrchy the grave of the .spies to section, and stirring ful example of how extremes motit. without .st Louis Republic. ..!.... .... 1.. .!.... .!.., li,,iiti-in- l till III 11011111- Sl'lUlllllUll 11" hen it comes to u queatUm of classes f Chicago nnd Mississippi matter with f.lllr,. It is impossible to navo any uu people's party, what is the ilemourotiu of any kind for a radical like tlie good, old, miration a railroad attor- party 'Chicago lllobe. Is Mr Iliurlson, who, ns reported to President Harrison ney in Imii'innpolts, uilvocates the polpresents strikers, und then, havo harvested four lntittlrtnl uncoro of icy of shooting down An his recent trip. on t """i? to lho piesidcncy thmusrli during among tliein, lilscipna'tstlo nlllanees, c.NhnusU his his administration is t ot nff. Oiiitthu or, if wi. its ltiliel has fe'len soeniT'ics in mi' effort to dlsorgimliw and ciety in Mississippi, Loiilsiuna p,Mir old IlUlfie would no doubt South t uiolitm. he. in Mr. reform If he could, bu tho frleids Though siteh Inconsistencies nt made In hU Mnlllifun mnl jrtuuui dtiy, llarrlsi"" character are keenly felt yet, ur doisfnii.iied to b hi. frks-- iU the stirh- H "as from southern most kindliness nnd they Uuvis m vW ott" hitsi tWl .t !a received UU ss --v I tSX, VeOt, ! too " 'l'l'y 'M "ol diirin ' yjUfC,- .- t I .Ui IttpulStW, at bom i a mulling him to lose sV nEQIME, Haturnl tie Itcpabliran Policy 'inner. n scandal la but the tbo Kaum regime In i ' !?, - J! I II , BSafer ., " dein-Wra- ts d pul-tii- -- st ,,,' A truo-blu- o World-Heral- d ilemis-ernts- - V Ps--- '" stl-ui- '- - .'Use XI. BSrHI n ssssayj- f7f931rI3rSQm . . ssmmwwlnt&vMiM mmm sL . k)H .- - .- , r . i J ICV wtLWtm&A?;m wm:,jvmi ,- wliitslt 0 "' t wHfvfti.mMl'ttwwyfnyHwfMsmtMinvti ii.m'i , Kvcr shown in this Jlnrket. It is n trito Baying that "Xo one can ilcao cvorylio.ly!" To be convinced of tlio fallacy of this, yotl have only to examine my Stock. also an elegant lino of TRIMMING SILKS in all the different shade. Can show yon a handsome line of LADIES' FINE SHOES of the celebrated nrown-Desnoycra ssasw THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., NOW I ADY! K Kt3SBE3,wrL4jirCTrag DEIctve TSTow on. lEJzszliilDitioxa gg? 3p? 3gfc 3E 3$P C3s tlxo Xjtar:ost ctxxd Ssi yP1' NOW BEaDY! Grzrctxxcioe. t Array of ffeSSi g&Sife sEfis P My DRKSS GOODS DKl'AUTMl'XT will bo found to contain all the Xoveltici of tlio h'rnon. Have ould call attention to my line of Shoo Co'a nmke, which never fails to givo satisfaction. is tho largest in the City. In HATS ran show you .something Nobby, and honicthing that will GENTS FURNISHING GOODS AND CLOTHING, leae yon. CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING, &c. I have a large Mock of these good, and am prepared to make some very Gf.OSK FIGURES an them. Mm Goods were bought Strictly Bk for Cash, consequently I can give you the very lowest prices to be had. mskm l.itlle NulhliiKM. Give nic u call. -- S JEELItntliKiiilarNvil H. for comity J nu-r-- 13L Pea "" sr ui FRIDAY, : : : : JUNK B, 1891. FOR NTATK SKXATOK. We arc anlhfirWed to announce Mr. JOHN W. COWC1II.L as a candidate to repreFiiltoti sent ilia conn lie of llti-kmaant Graves In the next Stale Senate, subject tn the action of ilie Deraocrati parly. t.lcuon in niui church trials, &c, and aulmtneuse Cme lo Fee "', nd I will .tl yotl amount of uscIcbr matter with SUintlard Sisal Binder Twine,! 0. B.VLTZKK, 11. T. TYLLB, .!. W. l'OWKLL, U. I). BBKVAUI), Democratic parly. which tho public really have no V. A S1IUCIC, A. A. FAUIS, J. V. COWGILL. For Hi l.c;lilnlnre. great concern. All this largely to bind tout wheat, IS,0 per pound, jects, nnd each session of tho Leg-- j Tho other objections cited will results from tho people being idle, and Palrhankt'oil Kxlra Hinders with, at ing btirdcnsoino railroad debts; your L.tltO DIL, lo We are titborld to announce Mr E C. HAWKS, of Fulton, as a can Dilate In and to prohibit towns and cities Islatnro may submit to tho pooplo bo noted from time to time. Tho or insufficiently omploycd, pre- tOc per (IUn. Can you beat lhal 7 represent lle counties of Ulcsmon and from voting taxes beyond a cer- n proposition to change, alter or Couuikr does not defend tho now cisely ns in local communities It. .n b r (.. ' t... Fulton In llio Lower House of t lie next when business is dull and people . tlll-l-intiil f.n nf tlmnn Wl lllfJiM', l.,l Ul Tlirfslivriucn I IniiUliif, ut j'Ct to the action of the tain fixed limit, nccording to as- whole. Hence, It is possible to Constitution as n perfect 'nstrtt- - idle, men and woiuon fall to tils Drlnj a thrr.hsrman, my..lf, Democratic party. sessed properly, &o. eecting nnd criticising neighbors ' .i ' ,imT9" change tho whole thing, entire, in , . ' I know what thresliermfB nfl Full Slwk of n'UXITl'KB, consisting of y. .. . ' V 0. To restrict corporations, &c. I:i j in moiives. ncuons, ccc. Uiut onll- A big lot of (Iruli and no les of feed. Hut tlio matu tiro of tho mv rp'irfl. " Hays, recently ,;,.lull,,,rl,y """I'1 cnU8 n blush of My slock ron.l.ta of These wero the pleas given forth opposition Is nliuednt only two or 8 'TKely in favor of its sdoption 8uune. This inucb to Indicate the BACON, LAUD, nnnonnced ns vorj ill, is able "to ns necessitating a now Constitu- three of these, the Legislative, Bed Boom iSctts Lounges, Centre drift of tho "little bo aUout." It is "the good who Revenue nnd Taxation, &c. These u.v the people. Indeed, it has FLO U K, MKAL, curctl nil tho important demands ingB that we find in tho papers, tion, nnd all the Democratic speakdio young." if tho people desired, TATBK3 nnd CO UN, for w,llc" tho Peoplo voted the . Tables, BocJcing Chairs, ers, nowspnpers and candidates, c. TIN Iferap 0.?'""Vf,cnJ.B:. Convention, whereas tlia ohlnn. A m.iroriuuMi jour.wi.iht. nf all andOnm t'ACKINO, and fiOOUS A good nrenment in favor of or nearly all, proclaimed theso ar LinJ.j Iiee Leather Leather tlio new constitution is Hint it wns tim's i,,a,,t,l.y ,?n m,"?r Wo arc o prepared to do nil kind of .... lit o -- ..- the Goods of all kinds. Com. and tea how of a A iiinilo by it Democratic body niui guments to tho people, and upon tho ns.embling i.ini.. Constitutionaln" uiiii.iportniit as to ebaap I ean lit joa np. nanraniiai. " ...vt-.. . i , .. ., , . , a niiL.g t.lin ces ou lias beou endorsed by the Repub- the strength of them the people nnnrcliond the neonlo will bo slow P""00.'Fi Emmar nnu prou . vn ii vuiiiivii nb. i.a mill I silll sell the Old (tellable "llellman. a china tree nnd the merchants do Urls" line of I'LOWd, lican Stnto Convention and by the voted for the call. able judicial constructions, &c. to resort to ngnln. all their advertising on paper KLS ic. Fanners' and Labors' meeting hold Now, then, tho Convention met, Give us n call before liuinjr. Our priori are a low as the lowest. 2nJ. The phrtolo"r .such. In many Come and sit me, at T. T. Swnyno tins commenced sacks. Some of theiii.eay it does at Padncab. In a word, it ts non- nnd it did secure the very . ".i. .. .: .. i "i room lor iiucaiion i iu changes rnnnine bin Soda WmIit fmintBin urn, i.oy jo advertise. Why tho partisan. i m demanded, and because it did, and supr9uoui tueof the neBiifre "noi," the ' for the season, and the thirsty devil didn't they say so before wo Hon. John Young Brown in n mciulnit is not get planted the Banner in this cursod late interview sititl: "Somebody, fastened tliciu with iron rivets, llttrsl li carefully and what Itwas Intemled.'' public nre iuviteil to call and'27 rtei.l ee doesn't pro a cool, refreshing drink. townt Hero wo are 5 now it appears that many of theso hlhil Circuit .fill IMaaC.'! TM V. I dont know who, whispered about Jmlfe from prscliciug law . . nrlili Ar.rin nf llti.. ..rii.tl.in during tho lato canvass that I wns emtio speakers and newspapers eight years before their election. . ArTr.MTIojr I.AIloitlxu wr.X. i mo). n Corporation. Attorney. This is are Hying in terror from the result Antwr-T- ha phraseology of any to furnish crub for it crasshonner. I nlinost laughnblc to those who of their own work and recommen- new constitution must undergo' ro' OWI "B ,8n c.auseot me now,Gnc(8 wo wi,lnever8ettlentunoth. twenty-livknow the tacts. In Constitution: jer wnter tank with b lot of Ignor- years of practice at tho local bar, I dations. Tho Convention diil the tho firo of judicial criticism, but r,'.,"T"V!.B J.1'',' a,,t People. . Unless wo get some have been tho attorney for tho work too well to suit the corpo- In tho instance cited the intention vcrll8on.oiils tins week plaintiff in but one single corpor rations nnd their attorneys. But, is so clear that we apprehend thoThoa. o",' "by co;;or;TlZV;h;..;; Hd e,w .. 'rt,-- 1 I1"18 paper goes up tho spoilt nnd - i.wf.,i ''-- " courts will not hesitate. Bueliob-!'"''ation KUit. .. if the people wero in earnest nnd AaiemMy shall prescribe tjcuutle Iia "''all lenVO tills CiOtl torsakCII, ftn jcctions are hypercritical .And Thr meeting to be held at Lex meant what they said when they 3tJ. The Prohibition! Ins object to It b , lna,", for iolHonof this eotlen." j measly town and open a bar at inglou by tho trust managers and voted this Convention into exist eaue In See. tl'J It ihiblis ibe Oeneral This one provision shoulo bring Drunkard's Oulcb nnd get licli. WINKS DKl'C.S, J!trKmtSTWSmmmmV K corporations of Kentucky with ence, they will not bo frightened Asenibly from nastinc special acts con- - n tl.o f n ti.n ..,(:.. IlillltOWII (Oa.) Bailtier.l' ' i. cernlns a number of thlnK,, lb. 28.h ofl""' tho ohjectt) of defeating the pro- off by technical ami mi:dicini:s, AM) hypercritlcnl which i, To prolile a means for laklnt men in tho State. It will till tho Divino services will bo held posed constitution at the coming objections statiom:kv, hatched up by these tbe sense of the jieopie of a town, city, nefarious order system by which at tho Episcopal Church every August election is awaited with people. I. Q C O It S, .e employes aro swindled out of .Sunday niorniugat 11 o'clock,and wnf considerable interest by the whole fancy goods i !'J!t,,e ho or 15 per cent, of their wages: both morning and i.iKht on tho 1st loxLtln, liquors. I'OK body politic. What scheme they For Kt'pi'CM-utHtivt'- . i(lLNM)ltli:S, cuvii iimmivii I mWX mmW will dovino to defeat tho will of A.'SlllllV MLDICAL Jnsirer The snli-Sc. 23 of Soe. li win uuniiui ur.ioim; viiiii) rrn ihu, orti Diluting s ui 7:'M to pay for an honest tint's work Night services at o'clock. the fioot citizens of (tie etiito furnPAINTS, ue consirueti in connec- Mr. IM. 0. Iluwes, of Fulton, honest money in place of dis Sunday School nt 0:30 o'clock, a. ishes a subject for general curios tion with that portion of Bee. C'Jf honest scrip. Hv. Service and sermon every in. this county, is announced in this OILS, usi:. ity. 1'hursduy night nt 7:.'iO o'clock. which reads, "All laws of n l declares Thr .Pur0 A' L!"PI Towels, G. S. FiTZUUOit, Itoctor. ... SPECIALTY. PnESCKIPTIONS nature shall l.nvr. a uniform WT 1.1 n... I'uiiuntjuimto ill that the new constitution does not iiitiKiiuiii iiiiiii r...i Indies, 118 Ulg US til 8 paptT. " omn., i.i u,q jtmgant. to any greater extent than now tno next aiate Jjegisiaiure. ilia, "i" Lemon Chill Tonic. Buhjcct public corporations to reg- enndidacy is subject to the notion niul " Iaw except such ns relnto I. ao pleastnl that children look forward Smith, Ellison & Co. o tbe time lo take It and yet is certain lo ulation by law. And yet every of the Democratic party. Mr. ,0 tl,e salo of Bpiritnons, vinous cure tbe arorit sate of chill., and Is n sure Limiting Crops. corporation nnd tho agent of every MP For Port Kyca, blood purifier wblletlie appetite will is a gonial, accommodating, or malt liquors, shall bo enacted corporation in Kentucky are fight- Hawes o( II. use. from COyOILL'3 EY3. SALVS. pleasant gontlemau, and his de- to tako effect upon tho npprov-a- l A great tnovemont is now being unutar thaithe fn.t day Is guaranteed lit. ing the new constitution. Singu"OLD RTCT.TABI35I" to each bottle lar thai they should wasto their mocracy of the trne type. He has ma of any other nuthority than t discussed by Farmers' orcaniza- - cure the mot Mubborn chill ud In eon- - atSrFor Neuralgia nil Klieumatl.m, (4ii urn i i onniniur " Krris a 8plen did 5la(k of lie very Usi trails orctlon with Wr . Uraon IJer fill, will timo and money when they nro nn extensive acquaintance in the COWOILL'3 WEASEL OIL. Xow of all kind, of tho whole situation is liona throngliout tho country, and cure the worst ca.a of billon, ferer, not affected by it, isu't ill Louis- two counties, and we learn ny l given praotirnl that this, that tho Legislature may which or rntniallsm. Manufaotureil only - For Illes, ville Post. , Jack.ou fills, his candidacy is backed by a large pass a general prohibition law or sbapo throughout the country, by lbs Lemon Chemical HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &t.. York. We.t'rn wbole.ale Ha, COWOILL'3 PILE OINTMENT. One of the most fiendish crimes and respectublo following. local option law to oporato over'n,,,! that is tho limitation or crops depot and New Ky l'adiic.b, , where all orders should which are offered at (INK I'I'.ICt:, and tl at ifcu over known in Kentucky, is reH."1. L5Lnf." ""!f may bo left.ett..t,,0.by the concerted actio., of the t4 aillrrssed. For aale by CowkIII A tSf For Teller and Hlnrworm, ported from Sandy Hook, tho people C Wfill say, to them OUTf.OOIC IX OHIO. Tilt! ery Ipwe.l ,r market Juslllrs. COWOILL'S TETTER OINTMENT. county seat of Elliot. A young whether they will liconso (he retail- fanners throughout tho United school teacher was thrown from a to lively times ing of liquors within tho districts, States. Indications point The farmer associations, All jrojili fiiarnotefd lo be M r'l rr.entrd tST For Worms, New Advertisements, horse, fiightencd by two Wilcox in Ohio in tlio coming campaign. towns of cities. The evident Intent under one name or aiiolher,existsi CowgUI'i Fle&unt Worm symp brothers, each of whom tho girl Among tho Democrats tho tight being to prevent n multiplicity of In every Stnte of tho American' ! had refused to marry. Willi a leg for tho nomination for Governor laws In tho various counties of the Union, nnd can buvo boforo them ' CYPRESS FENCING FOR SALE. SATISFACTION nUAnASTt.Ktl OR and arm broken she wns chained lies between Gov. Campbell and State on this subject, nnd to bnve tho actual otllcial figures of tho ' TIIK MOSEY HF.FUSDKD. Suonel (!jrircs KtnMnK - (or i1e, by. to a deserted cabin, where she Lawrence Neat, nml the contest n general law annlicablo to all actual products of each kind of IJ1 r at J.was kept a prisoner since the mid- promises to be n spirited one. conntiesbut expressly reserting crops each year, tho actual home For Sale by the Proprietors, dle of April, unit slowly djing was Neal Is n Virginian hy birth, has to the people of the vnrions com-- ' consumption, nnd the nctunl for- u,ck.,,nn, near tu luilmad Uepoi. 6 6 OK TIIC CCLSUIIATUU MANUVACTUnrJUi COWGILL & C0WQ1LL, mado tho victim of her captors' lived In Ohio since 1SU1, is a law- mutillies llio riht lo say whether 'cign domnnd or exportation, or W lust. Last Tuesday a posse, head- yer by profession r.nd served two lifjnora should be retniled within (approximately so. Tho movement TTJCTTp AWF I 11AHM A.C I M'J'M, ed by her brother, found the girl, terms in CougrcRs, Ho is n their limits or not. And this is Is through a concerted agreement : : UWAWAW! : Kkntuoky. H AUutfvi IIiokman. who died fifteen minutes later. thorough Domocrnt ntitlau ardent untiling moro than conferring up-- ' of theso farmer organizations to at Tho Wilcox brothers wero cap- tariff reformer. While Seal is on tho people of theso different, limit tho ncre.igo of corn wlieat, .A. IT tured, confessed nnd were prompt- very much iu tbernceitisboliovcd bUUIIIIbQ, .U If in, UIU, I.IIO IU1, Ul ' "W...W.., v.w., vu, to within the' j F. ItOYSTHIt now ropresonts ly shot to death. SuKiiior la It. AMU Alltn. win tho nomithat Campbell will for each. If ,..ll I which otlierwlso would bo lUli to probiablo uv........ r E3 e ' "" " nation. the county court and municipal this could bo effectively put Into Tub Republican Stale Convert' Books agd Stationery ',1,0 i' to and Accident. Ho tion in session last week, declared nn McKtnley will be the Republi- - authorities, by makinc the sale of practice it would help to sustain .. ,.n...l.Mn .,1 ,1 n w.1. u8'no""' prices, sat! alongside In ravor or the new constitution ..... .u......Cv, ...... .no iiirtlii InnUc liquors without licenso ui.lswfiil, IIlOKMAN, : : Kkntuokt. iu of tho camnaicn the tariff. Mc- - and clvlne them power to eivo or ort to open new mnikots for our! UIIC0 ,n IiaclC(, block. for the following reasons: riwK!j nut K'SiTIN STOCK, rH.r. Klnley will be heatily handicapp- refuse licenso. Instead of mill, agricultural productP, would bo n It blots from our laws all X) H on rfjitent. Sfollfc to Tux rilallonery of every variety an I style. provisions that uutborizo human ed, lor lliero nro thousands of Re tntinenEniuHt the nrinciiilo of lo- great constimmation. lint, like Free School tare for this for the leading news 1A. Also, slavery, secures a secret ballot and publicans in Ohio who are greatly cal control ot this question, it Inll movements of such magnitude No, 16, base been placed in my papers of ihe aceui Slate. United Involving tho dealing with so provides against fraud and coirup ilissatistled with the present tat iff distinctly affirms and settles collection. As I hare lo make i Dili, una Niivemgn "I a settlement of ihest taxea br Ihe firat of lion in elections, suujects to regu- ngaiust It, uro inclined to vote right of every community to reg manv A.. JL. IHA.TIIS or at least to remain ulato that matter nt its own sweet ins own rignt, tno great a uhi.iciu juiy, i auk ihnt you prepare o alii e the JCRjNTTUOJvY-- . lation bylaw all public coipora-tlous- , nway from the polls and refrain rrill, and this right is absolutely in the way is to maiio it effeciivo wllbme at your earliest ooneenlenee. PHYSICAN AND SURUEON prohibits the abuses of specKLHTUCKY that Is to get Individual farmers HICKMAN, ial legislation, abolishes lotteries, from voting for itM ntttlior. Tho guaranteed to the locr.l community T. II. Johnson, S. K. C. of McKinley nnd his friends by section (12, which forbids the every wuoro to soo and obey. bltrrofeaslonal Services lo fi;lo-t- f .May Oih lCUl. cultures and protracts tho com- claimsperfect lb cltlient of Hickman and vicinity liarmouv nnd satis Legislature to puss any lnw of n mon school fund, increases tho op- that NervouR and delicate women should nol anlO.'BC portunities of popular education, faction exists ntuong the Ohio Re- local nature authorizing tho sale lake Quinine and rack Ibclr nerves, bul Nweet I'otatocH NIIm. makes inoio equal the burden of publicans on tho tariff question or forbidding tho sale of liquors 'C. C. U. Certain Chill Cure," Ihe Kre. Parties wanting Potato Slips B. & taxation, better protects tho inter- aro nut borne out by tho facts the in that locality. Under our pres- reioely foi Feer, Asueand Uaria sold can get them nt T. It. Mo.Maltan's of agiioulturo anil labor, and discontent and muttcriugs ntnong ent Constitution tho Legislaturo and warranted by C. A. Iloleoinbe ests garden nt HOc. per hundred or $1.75 makes provision for its own ready mo jtepuiiiicans of tho State nro could and did repeal local option Office, Clinton 8t., Laclede Clock, Railroad building is at a dead per thousand, too plain to be misunderstood. DBA LIS RS IN or prohibition iu some parts of a umcudment by tho people." ft: w. HICKMAN, KY. It. F. FlF.l.1). Tho farmers will also put n State county or district iu which it had Klandstill throughout the whole country, Will atlend promptly lo all bnslnem work in ticket in tho field, and it mny be been voted. Under the old Con- cornparatieely do new given out projjrens anywhere, bjt It It TAKK 2VOTI4JK. lo Ma rare, rnoliM 'I"' that the TIIK UIIOKH AUK .NOW l NIIAI'E, safely calculated it will draw stitution the Legislature could for- Illinois Central is rracliluj; with renrwrd that All nnlet and nceounta due me for 1800, force and intrntlnna as to It. S)uihern not aeltled hv April '20lh, will be siren A yellow negro by the name of Jim Wilof Its support from bid tho sale in nny locality withA. W. LINDSAY, liams waa arr'sle I yesterday mornlni; by Kepublicnu sources. Jerry Simp-so- out consulting tho people of that trade nnd connections. It has rent two out for collection. Mnrshal Uriieiidlne fur drawln money K. n. DREVAI'.I). 4:10 will stump the Slate ngaiust locality, and often did, ns well ns agenia mm ooiiin America, and Ihe opinion Is freely under falls prrtrnre. About a year ;i;o tho high coTiiany tuiirfaml in favor of tho authorize tho snlo of liquor, with- will make cxireid that Ihe south 0f Willlama drew anoiber darkey's money eatr eipendilures IIIOK.MAN, KY. Far CamIi Only ! or Peoplo's Party ticket. out consulting tho peoplo, nnd Cairo lo equal lit iroipeclle ocreiue of from (lie N. N. i. M. V. pay car al ibis The reason that I). Ii. Bryant OITieo with It H. Murrell. plaoe. After rcurlnj' the money be left With Ihieo tickets iu the liold. nnd Hint nc'iiiiHt their wish nnd pro- irane. uepnrl also says Ilial the Mobile 8.15 has marked down prices, nnd is Ihe TVe am offerln and iioibiii wa heard of him until n few with tho unquestionable dissatisall Rrxtes of rieln. and Flna Knmllurw n reHr reflaec prtf es, Vt'ti test. Theso things cannot bo done & Ohio has been sold In from Mackey n;s soiling tem nnd thereby taken Heeks Orocerics so low, is that ho DR. S. K. lis cloie as whm Marrbal Ilrliemllne faction that eiMs among thu under tho new Constitution. DAVIDSON, carry a lull una at all times nr Chairs. Rookorn, Tnblot, BuroniiB, WonhetoticlB, soclallon with Ihe Illinois (lenlril II. It. spotted blni at Martin, Ileal onct nifnrin-eWardrobe, ChnmborSote), Mnltroanoa, pprlngei, Etc ,nd we guarantee :out tho dunces or McKin-le,'- s llh. While the Contlllullon permit! the road people expect great results from thme buys for cash and sells for cash. the eoinpauy and they wrote back to price to Ui ttie loweM. tllve u a trial aim Ihi rnnvtnrnl. Cull round nnd tost tho difference election are by no meuiiB cotinllts to retain tbclr present county change.. tVWearobeailquartnnon Undortnkora' Q30da inwl (JlteooBl all eotnpetltloa in Ibis arr'.i H illiunis and cirry him lo M.mbli.. Haltering. between cash prices and credit HICKMAN, school fund, the Interest of which goes in On Tiii'.il.y mornliiK, lniwe.rr, Williams KKNTUOKY. line. We o.rrj a largu line nl W'owlrn ami Mvlaluu llurial Cues. the rerpeellTe coiinlle; yel 8ce. l'J.'t aayt LluYOl prices. tlio pay car al Wlnro on Its down lnrltd Lime, Cement, Salt, Hay, llran, IWU'nlrlni and Job Work a tueclally. A HoniAL sensation nnd almost that "If Ihe prorata shore of auy school Ac, wo keep constantly rip and ncln atK'inplnl to wnrk hl rab. Onico over Cowfill & Cowgill'H on hand, district be not called for after Ihe aecnnd hll fool on t lie pay.maaler. Thai a shooting nflni m8 just been ad- year, It shall eovrred Into tho treasury at lowest prices. Drug Stoic. al once reC0Knied llie ilirkey nn the justed in n way ut Moydeld, this nnd be placed at the credit of the achool 1:1 I'srllea Indebted lo me, either by rolt Smith, Km.iho.n & Co. Hi, lol.l int. who drew tbe uinuey here Does W. A. (Jrocn, during nn fund for geneml apportionment." or account, nro requested locoute forward tyickman him that "liln honka wero not In the right State. fvjarble Works, at once and settle, or their olalmi will be hap and that he oould not puy him until attentive courtship, seduced tho not Ibis general apportionment mean for Guaranteed Curs. , the whole Slate? .Should not each counlv placed in Ihe bands of nn officer for eoN Ike ear got to Fulton," and told Itilliims young daughter nt V, F. Nowsom We nnlhorlui nur ailverine 1IWKMAN-drugi;i(t to iection. Come at nnea and thereby save KY. be.e,olllled exclusively lo Its own money? li ml on nnd conns to lliU place, when be ii Hell Dr. King's New Discovery for citizen, nnd left for ylnitccr --Tho COUIUIIH does not nsumption, Coughs, and Cold., upon Co- cost. I mean wbat say. would be paid. Willlama bavins; not ihe 33. C. 4 ytf JOHN WITTINQ. slifhtesl hlcknf the Imp that was beliij inner uoiiis. no wns triiceti 10 n attempt to justify this clnttso, nnd condition. ' If yiiu are atllioted withthU a DKALCB IM laid for him and Ihinklnx that be was point near Paris, Tonn., nrrostod Couzh. Cold or nny l.unz, Thrnni or Che.l nnd returned to Mnydolil, nml told thinks that each county should bo irouble, nnd will use good fnr anolhvr fat haul, readily consent this rcmwlv a. dlrec. R. E. CONNELLY & CO., Italian and Amkuioan Marum Dealer Ut d. When tbe car nrrlted here Ihe pay. to many the girl or dio. Oreen entitled to Its own money. Tho lint, giving it a fair trlnl, and epritnco M0NU.MUNT8, TOM II AND OUAVK KUNTUOKY, maslfn lol.l thedurkey that his book weie accepted tho girl readily, nnd tho CONNULLY, BTONEa. no beneai, you may relurn the bottle and Convention, nt its adjourned In prnpT.haiw and he wo'tld turn him wedding rTAYINO In slock, n fine lot of Ame- rmoney DRUGS, MEDICINES, FAINTS AND hare Dealer In nccuicd forthwith, whllo in Novoinbcr, wo hope, will make your oifcr didrefunded. We could not to the tender mercies uf Marsha! "(.-lean and Italian Marble, am pre. trc r.st tos thul Dr. this lnnd-oi- l AND GROCERIES. pn red to fill all orderi. Call and exaulnt llruelidlno, which ho did. Willltins wi. tho father stootl near with n correct this, DRY GOODS ICing'a New Discovery could he rclahl on. gun. The couple- wero Jben Itokr I up this nioruliijf, when In will be HICKMAN, KY. Clli. Sec. 16!) requires mv work, Trial hot tic free at Country Traduce of all kind taken in lo be It nevnr dUappolnlt. taken to Memphis for trial. Fulton taken to Mr. Xuwnqiu's home, and filled at neit renerat elcollou after limy U. A. Ilfllcnmbe'a DrngStoie. Large Orderi front the country promptly for (looiN, Cash price pijd for ite lruplilc. uro now there, I.V prohibit nf city OOo. and ft.OO. all Wiuda of FUltS. lil'OO illed. ocjr; PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. Wlnltr-Mlralne- JIK.VKJ UKOROB, of Uravea county, a a candidate to represent Hickman, Kuttnn and Orates counties In the next Slale.Sennte, suhji-c- l to (he action of t lie officer at tame lime CanRref-- f are elecleil, Here Ik a contradiction Rhtor Oountr: Utli. Sec. 16J reqnlrra that all reunlci- Heforo tho iisriubliug of tho The mniit Important sit'ijcct befor Itio ' ' corporations of tlie.ima cNn- - rImII the same tionrr. nml be sublet In Constitutional Convention both people of Kentucky f.irtMr con.lilfra-- ' rvulrlcllon' but many ItlieTC tlio Domocrntlc and Kepnblicnii llou, at pr'stnt, is die alnpllun nr rrjec- - j ' dial the necf.sltlfs of all toons tf one lion of our new Consiltulluii State party Conventions endorsed ,otfr. before olln pon n fiiVct of such ! cl .aa cannot be made uniform. "ill. The hlter part of Sec. lf,p aavs tlio call nml recommended tlio pco Iiarainoiinl Importance, shoubl bo lbtr-- 1 no member of the (Icnrral Its iirotislon., conver.ant pie to ao vote. Tho arguments oitphly mat ren.on l with ak you loan i tut Tcr ne apjwiniei, ami AMmlly ana ror will Y.nocin be filleil at a sprclal election, yl S.e. war, tbronnh the columns of your paper, used ns to tho tipcossity were y mi oMecllona which ' nt """ no excri'on. I . some ol llio followlti Ln .ln.i.1 n iw strike iolKiZ . urge-- l oy intlereni oe acUnsl more ium an. oircuon rxu .All ,m reenn. lion 11 iU UilniittjalrlJiwCwJon. IliateuUe.1 ; : : r.. . ...v i mcrirw r.'.rrrr-- in inn. nnu. tuavfl i pi'vni.1 ci.ciion ,, uorfl. ::. mpan ". enra r..u.Tn i irciiuii isuii.i ii nai . !'.TT-- cl ..WJvf.sS'r.- i v. eleciion," then the term l ambiguous and noteil the following oMrellon iMi'iiiuu muiu uijiiiu 1st. The "open claiim ' prrinils only one might ca, much 'ctlon. nnd uniform. i ncro ir uuur iftllon. hut toes are aturn Intent a yeir, which w uM rrqulre 4. To restrict tho Legislature to twenty five years to make many mi.ort-au- t I lie irincipal ones Whether these objection are real or Imarfnvy, Ihey will, ehangra. general laws, and relegato private many ,oli .liirer The new Constitution unlfM expUinel. otu.a he new loCon.ll-unioActs, &c, to tho courts. .K.in't the aJoplIon of Is classified under 13 general sub 1'I.ATKRIUS. 5. To inhibit counties from vot- l1lt.V CIIVSIITUIIIIX, READ! READ! READ! lry And then oome lo fee me, and 1 "III 'pilfi Croat liewsinipers, ns well . HKtX YOU "9 t'10 COUtltri weeklies, nt tills time, are lllloil with llttlo nothings, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, , atl.lgrOllt prOIUIIlOIICO olvn to to, u ''"'i rT JV I "woiti.M :;th " lilianiim-J'MliitMiliM- a. jtr i.i" nilllU!Uirtntlt matters that If IICW8 0f rcftl imtiortailCO was trailpiling WOtllll bo glVCII small t)ace, or UDt IIOIICUU at till, ttteitl news papers mo making columns f dltorlal matter about tho '""in ritice of Wulos baccarat gam- blillg Sciuidal, imaginary hauges .... -- Hirtare, Fits Is;l(2iati Tiuruii HICKMAIT Bollclts your biialnrss. rnAK. nu.Tzru, it., t. JOIII IK tUU.ll,U T. I'rr.'l. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 't ofTor tho most Liberal Accommodations to our Customers Consistent with Kstubllohed UnnklnL' I'liuclplcs. 8 W. f. J0IIM.01, (.l.lr. ANII, ..n..i I'uouii tho t'rctldont's cabinet, sup IUIIUO ...-.- Cheaper than you ean buy them e'ehere. t am Ile.iluuarlcra for aiEKh NAII, 52 M fit SifK. Ileilquarlrra fur FI.Ol'K "Cnnlent. full patent aa rood as en l ment, I nuar.ntrr made out of wlieat e'ry barrel at rrpreseulrtl, or t will flro you jour money bick. raid Up Capital $40,000.00. DIBEOTORS. ... IIUIIII-I11I1- ,,,", -, Attention, Fiirtiirril d . 141 111 T "T Hew IniinJtii Stead Folding Mattrasses, al-- Tr11 noth-chanse- ?,...... wu.---.--. , imrnr . ,,.... rtl-,ir... DOUIiLE-SllU- .. e, ...Ii. i.e REPAIR WORK. CARPENTER I1C-KaiaSm, ..I..,. ., Gayco, Kentucky. .,, ,.i one-bors- o J.W.MAYFIELD BRO'S, ! I .,.,i, .la.. What to Buy? e LJ&T.." a T "' a a -- Dealer iir i . I ,1 inWJ'wilS.t" r , 1 CiiKiK Courier-Journa- .... gon-er- L-Q.'- iibuu1" re E. B BRSVAEa I a .1 dye-prp.- Co-- H- Rooflnr a, JSjDocieiilty HERTWECK, I f I I I - I . BALTZER & CO., - ! ITEW AP-TTW- I HICK M G. H. Efinger, " - S'-"--'d thoef-,dU"t',,,Io- "De-cau- I se - thod .r,'('r: Paver. ,,, Iil-iiiii- uiti-i- DR. HICKMAN WAGON, UIOlCMAiN. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. Attorney at Law, T. DAVIS, STEPHENS TYLER, 15-- 4 three-fourth- s u FariiiiurcanuDnuerw sCSoods I Attorn 1 nf-- d Tako Notice! 1 tf THE OLD RELIABLE. I well-to-d- o EAMAGE, OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, DYE-STUFF- ses-bIo- ii " 1 - w o w frl mmmmmmsm iS(iiKWiioi TnalWinilSWiffn ' IJlaw lifflHBiMeTOflifflTMiinltTrWffii w ZLiutii?:. ;''.i..T. .vH u'i. 4 '... WiUk...l 4. r ..sarjcy,v , AH'jMBwwriw VnfVirirfUH WMmMmMimBmMmNmmmBnnammmt ijAiiUUJii& w WwwuiKWjaMVg!H"saBH9HHiHBiHMUHBEjBM7ft7nS . . ii - - F I.M.Ih it BEtvzzBsamisH mgnuju'.ViZJ.; Our Patrons, who like to lmvc, and will have, the latest in everything, cannot fail to be gratified when they visit our counters, on which arc displayed the superb assortmenlffif New IliilliMMiil N., a -- w Spring acr.faCTtiaB W. llil Milfltf1M"'""WMXWIIIWIIlllMimw JTW Iti U Fa HITfVlfin1 "I '- i- - ic-- c "'' '' ' " ' X Eil taXSKattOl 3 rrT'rs'aSs w ! and A.3Xr:D i- Summer PAIR JD Goods, 1 e 1 Our Stock is as lull and complete as the Cash can make it, and we cheerfully invite inspection for comparison with competitors, and will welcome purchasers with y d ') - LOW PRICES mi "25 TSJi. 5) fl TLm T 1ST C3r . fSir I W--. JTh .- z&i ssui Time Tulile. StTl I m m 0. & It. It. UllllVi'-I 1 lfl LKV,.!'' Tf.ln Nil. H, ltu r N. M II '" r ELLISOU BROS, (Sl'UCKSSORS TO A. A. DAVIS,) This mill makei dose connection m (he I. k S. at MeKensI going north, and with Ihp .V .N fc J V nl I'.ducih Jtine-llo- n going norlli an I Die Nenberu going Ninth. s, ii, Trln .i. Vi, Trln nn m r Smith?, IIisoi7 n & ?- F1. - E CASE 3 DEAL" wr. : SFS1Mihi accom-limUtin- ii GENERAL I HSUME agent: CXjiOTI3IXrC3p. We aro Felling more Clothing this Soring than ever befo re. in every reelect, nnil 7ncri in;"n wiiy c Because our iHiuiug is rc n7tf. lira mute; nicrcliant tailors couldn't do octicr. jrrjrct tn'jufu your measure had been taken, and your suit made to order, you could not get a better fit than wo can put on you. Wc arc showing all styles Sacks, Frocks, Cutaways, 1'iincc Alberts, &c, in all grades, and at extremely low prices Wc also show a large line of Hoys and Children's Suits nml Pants. Also, Children's Waists and Knee Pants. Look at our line of Suits before buying. "SPARE HiGrtfM "W7J---W GEOCEE, i LOCAL NEWS. I.I'IHI II. .MINHIO.M. Tlit Iteetor of I'alucith, lother (he Diocesan Kvangtllal, will hull i Iim In the I'pUcopnl Church, In thin beginning Monday night, June gih, null' .In tir Itlili. K01 Fire, Tornado, Marine, Life and Accident. Total Aaeeta fcr of Companies Represented AJiT. e- "r ' fV :r.a .2;,,i.iOiaiaiS with $&mm HI, Kentucky. Ml,. elty, ami $240,000,000.00. OFFIOU OVBU HICKMAN BANK. - JSP" Goods Delivered Free of Chargc.f53 .1. i.i.i.i.i. !!! SI n cool, ilollcintis drink of Hotlu Wntor, jo lo HwnyuoV. Mrn. Ma (SoMltprir, of St. I'nr-IhI- i, OI1I0, Ih vlnlttiii; lur parents, Mr. nml Mth. Otto llortweek, Hickman, i.i;v. JA.m.H To bo Hung Xr.vt Jiinu 10. 1VeI-iK'Nila- Kentucky. iiK'K.M.i.v SUMMER CLOTHING. Al- Attention. Farmers I HiVirUisssssssssssssssssssBK'?KEES3l roi.i.r.rii:. 5o C'l Smith, .vnril-wld- The Commencement Sermon of Mrs. Cnrrlo Mnlionr-y-, of Fill, Hickman College will In, Wo arc headquarters for Footwear. Our 2.00 Ladies Dongola Rulton U a ton, In vIhIHii frit'inln unit roln Lor. James, the prisoner under at tho n.iptlnt Church. Sunday lieautv. Equal to any S'2.fj0 Shoo shown cUcwhcrc. Wc have them all sizes, tivon In Hickuian nml will rcmnln sentence of death for tho killing evening, Juno 7th, by Kev. It. S. rionielliiic. ) mul E width, Common Sense ami Opera Inst. Try them. of Jniiies Garvin, at Fulton, about i Fleming, A cordial invitation In A very large stock of Ladies, Missci and Children's Shoes and Slippers, from Klcfjanl Lino of lllnck Orcnn-- a year ago, is to bo executed by extended to all, especially tlio the cheapest to thu finest. We can certainly pleaso in Shoes. 1iviiH Smith, Ku.iaoN&; Co. the sheriff of Fulton county in young. aaa sj&fl9'l3HiiaBWJaR19'ltaSKKv3CSDaSHlf' General examinations Mnmluv. Mr. Jo. ICIrki,itrIck.of Dyers-Itiirt- tho enclosure erected near the Tuesday nml Wednesday, Juno 8, Hccoinpnnleil Ity MIsh Hut lie rate, in Ultliic Ii in imrontH, Mr. county Jail, at buiiiIsp, Wednesday j '., ami nun. Try our Men's 2.00 "Shamrock" Shoe. All Calf. Warranted. Lace and morning, Juno tho 10th. Commencement exercises on timl Mr. T. J. Kfrkputrlck. Gaiter. We carry a very full line oi Men's and Hoys' Shoes of all grades. Tlio crime for which James is to Thursday and Friday evenings, flov. Huckticr nml wlfo huvo "- """ l.i.. 11 n..,i inn, . fiu- - n-- n T3k.iw Khi"l'UJt vn mnnlli ini executed was n most ntrocious E1"" Kt, ul Hill O-ULXAn nilmlsslon fee of 10 and 15 or mnrr, n I 'luring Ihtl Urn l.ltut Oo. ami unprovoked murder. Garvin contH will be charged to defray I'.fin "III act M Clotrrnor n. hol.l ,on wan DEERING BINDERS AND MOWERS, AND SPRINS- a stranger, a citizen of tho expenses. Any surplus will bo Is now full in ovcry department, and we arc oflcring many grand bargains which he hi It flialr in Ihr t ttcnilt oflict. must be seen lo he appreciated. Wc extend a hearty invitation to all to come State of Illinois, visiting tho town used for tho benefit of the College. Tlirrc nro nix illlTcrpnt klnils FIELD THRESHERS,. and examine the magnificent Stock of Goods wc have on display this Spring. of Tciiiiriiiicn DrinkH krpt on of Fulton on business, nnil having Wo hope to see nil frionds of tho Hiilo at licit liiKtlio All Iro nt Win. consummated tho business that school in attendance. to call. 0:5tf called him there, he had gouo to Broker Clothing. Oipt. Jim Tliorno nnil wlfo, the depot, nml whilst tlicro seated Wo Imvo opened in tho Diickncr Seeouresmple Jhchlnes opposite Smith. Ellison ft Co'h store A. V. Chappcll an Monnlo Meyer, of thentrlcnl ftiine, awaiting tho train that was to bear grocery stnnd, Hickman, Ky a II. I. Joborou will bo pleased lo show joti the working of these Machines, give J on will npond tlio nutnmcr In illlck-limn- , him price", and nnfwcr all questions. homo and to his family, mi tin-- ; lino stock of Taii.ou-.MadSatisfaction guaranteed vtilU every Bale. whero llicy huvo mnuy frloniln Prices as low as lie best can be sold. CLOTHING, which wo seen assassin shot him to death nml ailmlrors. buy jour Corn, Hopa, 8hep and Cattle, and tell von all kinds of merWill alo will sell for less than through tho window. Tho chandise at prlitj that defy competition. Call ami see ua be fori purchasing. value. Wo offer suits nt from !?5 Cc UPN' lirnniln Cnllro. lctlm never knew who lo rO worth from 12 to $20. Thcsu I Smith, Ki.mson & Co. & r. "W. f 5. shot him. His nsRailatit plunged goods are guaranteed all wool, Mr. Andrew Tlionmnn, of Ilrookxillo, Fin., who linn liocn from tho depot platform into the and nro of tho finest quality. Call InllliiK rolntlvcH In tliln clly for darkness, nml, for the time, tnnde j nud examluo them for yourselves, you will be surprised cevcnil weokn, returned homo good his escape. The circuiu-stanc- and prices. Itespoctfully, at our low Weiliicndny. of Lev. .lames having lice .VJtMf Ki:i.Li:v & Uki.ow. ltlJCK linos' Ih tlio idnco lopo seen about tho time in tho vlcn.iu i ! Tho colored people have been to linvoyonr cye tented mid lit toil with a pistol, and having had wonderfully to Speutnulen of nil kind!. 8:12:2 troublo with others, directed sus- enjoying arevival at tho successful Hlckmnti Albert Jnlmnnn mid Allmrt picion townrds him. James lied religious Church, (colored,) which Ilaptlot TlioinpHon. roIiir Into Union City to Loninlann, where officers pur-- i lias Iiocl-ke- r been in progress 17 days, inIn n wasnn, Monday, were killed sued nud arrested him. After his tense Interest provnlling. There li.V a falling tree. Tlio wngon wan arrest ho confessod Our Stock is complete in all lines, aud we respectfully invite the Public to call and juilgc Plows, Imthat ho sliot Imvo been 51 conversions nnd n reeked, lint two oilier men In GO added to tho church. Garvin, but said he thought it was about for tlicm&elvct as to Quality, Price, &c. Our tlio name, voliiclo wero uninjured. a lina linnn dltiereut man a man who had Klilnr W. f. I'ntilL-nnTry n line of "Crown Jowell" struck him with n billiard cue. the earnest minister in charge of Supply Seeds James wm given a fair and rcgu mo incoiiug. inn orninanco n; Cnflee Omidqnitlii nml Java Inr trial, nud tho jury adjudged, baptism will bo attended to no.xt for $1.00. n C Z-3F. i:. Oahk'h. him guilty nml fixed tlio penalty! Sunday, 11 a. m., at tho Mississipof death. For some weeks ami pi river. Tlio .Ird parly Pollock Har. to Laces, Gloves, lionr Statu ticket will not reelevc month nfter his conviction ho tlitrUlru'a Arntr; nalir. as, or appeared to , iiuiiiy vote in Fulton county. The Tho sheriff caused a Jury crar.j. In the orhl for Cula, Tnr to bo UrillM-- UrsT Si.v mniiitiprn of the Fnrniern Alliance borra, Ulcrrf, Sll Kheiitn. Kevvr Fans, In Itfl eoudomuntion summoned nml an lunjiest held to Sum, Teller, Chipcd Hindi, Chilblain, nro louder determine as to his Insanity, nml Corn, and all Skin Hrupliona, and than nuy olherR. no fariiH wo liavo Financial merj (rainacl Ihelr liiiiiiese on business principles. Ladies, MUscj and Children's OXFORD TIES and SHOES, from the cheapest to tho IIlllCat two separato juries returned n cure file, or no par reijulrrd. It heard exprenNion. Why make n'i exception in ptaelne; yonr Life Insurance? Custom-mad- e Goods. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Hats, Caps, Tics, Ilainl- verdict of Insane. The sheriff, la gaaranlecJ to ole perferl tlficlion. Why jay S100 when you can pnrcha'e a good insurance for J507 On to T.T. Sawiio'8 for Soda thereupon, as tho law allowed, or money refunded. I'rico 5!5 ccntn cr kerchicf, rto., nnd a large Mock of HEADY-MADCLOTHING, Ihe In one of ihe stroni;eit and best companies in the world. Water. suspended tho execution, ami so Nix. For aalo by C. A. Ilolcorak', DnigIn other words, is It not a part of uU.lom to ocuru 10,000 lit the .Mutual Latest Cut and Lowest Price. A good quality of ri't. Fund Life Associativa for tbenamo cost that you have lo pay in other companies) A jirlmary eleetion to name a uotilledtho Governor of the State. for $6,000? Democratic cmiliiliite fur ho State Later on his mind began to resume Happy Ilcccicrs. Bound as Ihe Hocks of fiibrallar. Seuato from Ornven, Fnitoti and iln mil oral, normal condition, mid Safe as Government Undi. ffm, Idatllle, llirkinan cniititipH. Iihh lieen called the sheriff again notified the Gov- Ind., Timiaons, roilmanter of haa done Plain contracts policies incontestable. to meet in Fulton the liud of July. ernor of tho fact, nud Governor more write: "Klidric HlHera mrdlclnra no redriction as to reiJence or travel. always on hand and at prices to suit the times. for me than nit olher Dividends after ten jtars. Delccutcn will ho hcIcuUmI in all Hacklier ordered bin execution, eouiblnrd, for that bad feeling nri'inf Cnh value or paid tip Innunnco after fifteen year. fixing WoducRilnv, Juno 10th, ns from Kidney aud Liter trouble." John tlio counties Juno 127th. You know in advance whl jou are lo pay, and when it becomes Sas7i, Mouldings, Oils, I Mile, of aame the day. farmer and LadlcR will nlwajfi ilnil a daya grace alloed for payment ot premiun'n. laia; "PlnJ Kleclric Hiilere to he Tho execution will bo at sunNo Interest eharRcd wiether premiums arc paid svery sixty daya line of Ituttcrluk'n Patterns Ihe bet Kidney and I.lrcr medicine, trade as cheap as any retail house can sell them. rise, in tho presence of M witness- me 'Uiere is no Inveetment in Life InsJrsore. '' J. W. (lardner, a feel in stock at Cut off es and no more, tho sheriff Invit- hardwarelike new man lown,aayi: Invettnient features um It rnlutr. cuot to I). K. Wichon & GO'S. merchant, eame Goods bought of us will bo DELIVERED FREE to any part of the city ! Life insurance It iulenicd as a protection. t3r ing 10 and the county judge. 10. Hitler Ii Jul the IhltiK for a man Then you want this protection at as little wit consistent with safely. Wheat crops am still on the. who If all run dnHii and don I care whethKeep iho dill ere nee bctwecu our rates and the er he lives orrdin; he found new airenglh, rl charged by other companfet upward tendency, says Sam John-(on- , Soda Water at T. T. Svayne's. coo I appelilc. and ftlt under yuur own contrah ut liko he had new of Cayce, and will ho nblo to Have your Iluggies and Car- lene on life. Only oUo. n iottle, at C, A realir.o pood pricen. flood rains riages painted by John Danner. Holeooih's Dnii; (tore. nliunt Cayce, throughout the w& North Fast portion of tlio county, All work guaranteed. Shop with AUG 13 J. F. Gray. Quality of work not sfv .513 80 aoi: w. ,.$17 22 and in all Jlickinau county. SPRING MILLINERY! r:l-t- f .. IS 8(5 s& cv) 41 to bo oxcolled. ... 17 68 Complete lino of tlio .. 13 92 n ,.. 17 Of Whllo nil naturo is rejoicing in "Ho shot him becatiso ho as ,. H 01 ,.. ia 4 .s'77.or.sv:,f- nnos' vek. jfi return aa ,. 11 1(1 dance, nml when he did tho women ofspilng, the hearts of i" ... 10 02 FKUT FITT1X(' XKW tU'lilNO wouldn't PACTS FOIl THfc) PKOPIjB. V. ao all should do gladdened liy . A. .. 1 '11 43 ... 19 6S W. D1ESTELB1UNK. dunce, didn't dance to suit him." tho good news thnt CI.OTlilXGnl Lemon Chill Tonio Is moro generally Spring Hats 10 ai .. M at 4U Catck, Kv, May r.O, 1601. ... A warrant was Issued Tuesday u.c.l, Ii more plensant to take and more ItAI.TZr.R & SnAW. m CO 16 .. ... 21 SO and placed in tho hands of officers Imvo come too; nml In such beau- To Iht Oflictrt and Mtmbtn of Council Xo. cerlnln lo cure than ny chill Inula on the :w 41 .. Id til ... J3 10 77, Onlml lltntfit Aitociatfon: Tlio regular inpoting of . The proprielori authorize the market. for tho arrest of a Mr. Kills, who tiful variety nud quality na to al:u .. It Tli apace ... 25 CS Lodge, KulghtR of Honor, lives In the Sassafras nrooinnt. most bewilder ono. Thoro aro l'erralt mo lo extend to you my prntllmle I'fniini, whose names are lo thin article, NOtrouble lo name all articles, but no .. 11 Hi lo show Roods. W. ".'.'."." ... 27 9(5 boll to to do whut U In addition charging him with tho shooting many new and striking designs in- nml heartfelt thanka for your klndneu lo eiuraniee will ho held tit. Come nnd see, al the corner of Troy 61 .. 16 Vi ... 30 IH my husband during Mi I Me and care 7 troduced for the first tlmo this aflllclton, of Also, for Iho prom pi payment, claimed far It or refund Iho money In. and Moscow Avenue. East Ulckmra, Ky .. 15 80 56 to tlio prolmlilo initiation of a now nnd wounding of a negro boy on ... 32 40 of as 6(1 .. 16 51 Flowers, which have to day, by your Is'allonal Secretary, T. II, alend aicktlieKiokeuingatufVyou hudio give ... 4 I t w. candidate, tlio detection nfolllcorH Monday. It was said that ho shot season. your child, l!ii U ao pleasant to lake 3'J .. 16 78 67 ... 30 0(1 for the onsuini: term will he made. the negro because ho wouldn't taken such n firm hold, still retain Mnoot, of Foiirli-cHundred Dollars, m th"t they look hh pleasure lo the lime 10 6H .. !'! 'JO ... 89 18 You their supremacy as tho leading an adranced payment on Cerlilicate No for nmiiuur A full ntteiidauco of tlio members danco when told to, but tho For sale by Cowgill & 11 .. It! fit) 60 ... 41 40 garniture on hats; and, so well has 2,711!, held by him In your beneficent or- COHglll. is earnestly requested. CO .. 10 M ... ia an on trial may be different. Ii der. All I can ny but feebly expreefct nature vied with art in this par- mu wnrW 1 1' money is so nluiudant nr.i.r fni- tin. i.rni rpc.t t iv In all The officers failed to find him ticular, ono only misses the Henrietta Cloth, nnd Pcr lLouMllJ firsl C08W w"JcIi carries jou from 3 to o montbt. of the Cenlral lieuefit AMociallon, of fluides. Sold at 2.ro every where. Wednesday. to beliovo they aro real. union my, ienu wuicn, in im man the country so prosperous, why Is If you want a nlco saucer of Surely no lady who hns mi oyo for one neck after Iho death of my husband, there bo littlo railroad building Smith. Klmnon it Co. ji 8200,000,000 f Insurance in force. Mr. (iiih. ThomaH, of Fulton, lco Cream go to Win. Goyer'a tho beautiful, can, or will, forego ha ao generously given mo this tinancial throughout tho United States. aCooiirt tlio IluHt lOuzv J, W.u.l. will servo you and you tho pleasure- of n NKW HAT, aid. S 10,000,000 raid In tall. Ios.cs. You will be cured without Intllotlon If oiin of tlio most taleutod anil and ho AuMOl'tmellt of will novor regret tho money you when hIic sees in what alluring you lake 'C. C C. Certain Chill Cure." promising young men of this coun3,000,000 ln rt',"ve for prolcclfon of policy holder. A full supply of Fibbing Tackdevices they come. Ribbons nro fore Chills and Fever. I'leasnnt to take. ty, Is being urged to aiinntiuco as paid for it. &c, Transacts bmlnci In Ihe United Stales and Foreign countries. Guaranteed. 8ohl by 0. A. Ilolcombe. a caudldato to represent Hickman And It camo to pnsa Hint thoy still in tho lend us tilmming, ami le, Poles, 1). 13.at Uefore buying nnurance wllh promise held out of largo return Wilson & Go's. '.To lo round mill Fulton counties in tlio Lower cume from he Inn arouuil about Jonl.in oomn in nil tho now ami beautiful See what w have to ell you. Millinery .Novelties I S IT HoiiRO of tlio next Loglslaturo. liiio Iho land of Kzjrpl lor rarn, for thirn shades. Groat euro has boon taken In Memory of a grout aoaicil; in that Intnl. And in tlio selection of my goods, nml win There in on young man in tho coun- It if s nought hjr llie leailt-r- about J.irdiui Mihs Mollie Judok respectfTinirtAH ui:m)i:hno., MUTUAL RESERVE FUND LIFE ASSOCIATION ovcry effort mado to Rectiro for II I ;it A. ty more doHcrvlng, or better few ietHonn lo keep it n aeorol, for only who was horn la Fulton county, Ky., Nov. ully announces to tho ladien, and Goods delivered to any purl of thu City and wo should bo glad to seo punt thoy hail aivi'rtli Ihclr laml ai ihe my customers tho latest nnd most lUtli, 1870, und died In MUaliwippi county, the publio generally, that alio has E. 15. HARPER, IWt, 38 Park Kow, New York. My patterns Mo, rich lamUof Iry r'i "hro llio people from correct Paris stylos. him thus honored. Mr I'l', 1S01. lie was a kind, concluded to continue in tho Ihe mill of Ctllowiiy and elicwhej-- cntilil nro models of oxquislto tasto and laving ion, nnd nleetlonto brother. For bnsluoRs, nml is now roclov-lul other goodly Kmbrolilercd Drcsa coma il got com beauty. Novor before has art, in ihe past Ihrco yean ho tvaa a elmlrnt ot E. CASE, n well sclented utock of now thlnpa Now, (hen, that the good people liolitiR. Tin ii ii (iryitii. Clinton Col lone, uherc ho wu held In Iho und beautiful tho hands of skillful artists, shown conSpring Goods, ahout Jordan, ihU traanii, r aoekltig Blacksmith and Undertaker HMU'II, KLt.ttiON it Co. hlgheat such ingenuity as tho Millinery of atudenti.ealeem by hla teaobers nnd fellow msting ot t no latest ntylo of Hats. nnd buying corn a limit Cnyca ami hipSALE AND LIVERY STABLE While there ho professed "X8 2F 2 Tlio candidacy of Hon. J. W. ping it lo their houirn Hi Jnnlan, It Ii tho presuut season. Hoping my Hfclon and Joined Iho lutptist Church. re. TrimmingH, nml all tho latest HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. rrnred lli.it Ihe (loildeti ('orci hath my customers endeavor to furnish Cowgill for State Sonator is well And get yonr HMcxsniitliing and Eenrr.il re;urded ni n modot boy, It ynte NovcltieH in tho Mlllinnry line. )( her pioductiTo xniilt-ii- and it i but Kepalrmn douu at and favorably received and com- right hut the people of the land of Callo- with tlio most fashionable goods, his mojber much joy to know that her dar- Tlit'so Goods will be marketl down IVU MB A Tit 1. 1, when you want & mented upon by tlio District press. way nml eltewhore kIiouM iiolilinl (hit at tho very lowest prices, will still ling son was ready to give up mauy pleas- to tho lowest possible prices, ami T Illnckmulthhig done, or rcpaira on youth nnd follow A ures dear lo to eternal happliies-i- In the ptlh iCHpeutfully nHks nil to call and Wagons, &c. HorseMlioelng a specially. Tho candidacy for tlio nomination ihta haa moved n few mllei further inorlt their kind patronage. KENTUCKY SXHEET which load ulio keep n full line of will bo between Mr. Oowgill and north, where tho people of the laml of most cordial Invitation is extend- Ihe pride of the household, alwayslie wits examine, and buy. Tho ready EKl'H constanti; on hand for hire (Cbrntro Obion tni EitUn$t Strtitt,) Mr. (leorge, and will bo lively and Jon! in, nnd of Unlloway and (irnied, anj ed to all to call and sco for them- t sire love nnd eymxilhy lo Ihe alllicled. Undortakor'o Ooodc, II ATS OF FORM Hit STOCIC, anu sale of lllckman, nnd all Ihoeo In neol may selves tho many beautiful nnd at- Fond parents, the AiirsI of IV.ith KY HICKMAN, interesting. Mr. KnWu, It is Common, floxewnod, and Solid lllnik Walhii nud feel Ihal Ihelr wanU la oerenli nd. HACKS. llOItSIlS. 1IU001ES will not submit his conis l.iml not only oetllowliit wjih milk tractive articles that I havu not olaimed your boy for thnt kingdom which some of which nro beautiful pat- nut Collins and Ciue, which can !c fitted (food Work atltocl. bottom l'rlccs. W n ii promised to the faithful follower of terns, rich notliv, and at Havlni niirchaeJ l' elable, horses inotlo. to liable claims to tho pilumrlep, and indeed nud honey, hut iuexhiiuatlhlu flelda of the tlmo and npaco to mention. nud costly furnishings, up on short mo a call. Christ. Orievo not, for be'a "walling price, (live nnd enure outtit f " Ih Huiiinmr Respectfully, it nuoiiih mill to bo in doubt us to nhent ami corn 0 m bo mpplUd aliumi. tdr.IIM. WORK aspetialtyd and watching" for you at the peatly gales ami Boiuo plain und neat, will bo T" Kliop near the Jail. wc p'opose to couilii' tuo buoluvso, and ADDI13 I j. JONKS. anil). liin candidacy at all. ot Ueivrn. J OILS' V. Ul'.AV. sold nt cost, to clotio out. A Fmk.sd. tulicit lutr0UJ2v j nn-nehe1 DomcMlc. Ki.i.ihon & Co. o Cniiiiilrtirrinriil Nrriilon, Rvrrrlr, Ar , Juno 7, N, It, 10, II nnil Ulti. Wc nro showing a large variety of Coats and Vests for Summer wear pacas, Mohairs, Cashmere, Flannels, &c., for Men and Hoys. ,1 f faPH?flQB4Mfliiiafli' ', 3VXoi3.?s and Boys' Shoes. StoOlSL nasiw A?MH tmimesmmiS!SSiM --- ! jsWMA!Zzm&m zsmamMi&SiI2 -' 1 BiNDER-TWIN- E 1 . Gi-ycr'- . k d Smity Iiiisoi? 9 ?o. SPRING AND SUMMER MnrkctPof HICKMAN AND CAYCE, KY. I unfor-luunt- one-thir- S. JOHNSOZf. i ATTENTION, A iiou'ieiiEifi Dress FARMERS! Great Eeduction in Prices I r mis--d-.lll- Flu foods ani Trfonmings, Oliver Chilled Plows, and Avery and Steel and other Farm plements, at reduced prices. A Large and Fresh of Farm b-- Wlii ', Goods, Ilosicry, Embroideries, arc the very latest. Parasols and E nt. ! 33. JS A. -- KT. Business Propositions ! wl-livel- y I FAMILY GROCERIES, Blinds, com-plot- o Doors, Paints, pliK-o- , 'c, 'c, y I'.leo-Iri- o "a one-nai- ?Ms,i. & J. AMBERG'S SONS. A S Rates pec $e,qqq Annually: 1 M r well-know- n JmmXm- Ken-tack- y Family Groceries. "O 1 1 6-- ) t. ovi-deuc- o do-- e. Don't 22c - o Joha Witting GROCERIES A. F. OLIVER, Forget It! THAT S800 - I I qnal-film- ), OlVll EICSMAN! TltlALI -- Mil-Unar- y g S5.0Q I F. Ag't, Hiolsxaan, Ky. - with-dran- n O , I Ik.- - fi 1 1 Fakis Parkek, . J. F. GKAY'S, K rc-- u " may'-lo-S- b ft O o ta. f 'L Here Is n cntblrtl story told liy the Louis Tlio mother was killed by a cat tvlilla licr young wero still unfledged. At first the hus- Bt Olobc-Democrn- t: TO tho Ki nn OMi m pulchral mounds thrown up. It has never been Massachusetts Pourtecnth regiment ngnlnst Wisconsin sonatas; It has never been Virginia artillery ngolnt Mississippi rilles. Knst and west are distinct words nnd sometimes may mean dlvcrsitv of interests, but there is no blood on them They can be pro nounced without nuy Intonation of walling nnd denth-groaHut the north and tho south nre words that have been surcharged with tragedies. They are words which sue: .' st that for forty years tho clouds had been gathering for n four years' tempest, which thirty years ngo burst in a fury that shook this planet as it has never been shaken since it swung out at tho first world- ilcllmr. l thaiiKUOiI that efeu wonts Havo jftSlWMCMJttha !lntcnsJtkdvlr.h tliey. afjijflar-ifirvo arrau'! isvinai n tuib nimuvnno 01 norincrn people nave and a Pretty strong moved south, plo havevast multitude of moved north, Bouthrn pc reasons for trying Dr. Sage's nnd there hato been intermarand Inspectors for thouthe ten by Catarrh Remedy. In the first riages butchers, milkmen, etc Dr. McCormlck, sand, northern colonels have mnr tho secretary, took occasion in his adplace, it cures your catarrh ried the daugh'ersof southern captains. dress to comment severely on illiteracy no matter how bad your case, Texas rnnjrrrs have united for liio with so notlconblo In tho profession, with the dnughtirs f New York abolitionor of how long standing. It ists, and their children nro half northern a wonl or two about local medical schools. it ond half southern, mul altogether patridoesn't simply palliate Joii.x M.vmit.v, a prominent citUen of nnd Hut nro cures. If you believe it, so otic need tonorthbroughtsouth still words Hartford, committed suicide, by taking lie Into that closer morphine. A reverso In a lawsuit i much the better. There's harmonization. I thought that now supposed to havo been tho chum. nothing more to be said. when we are half way between presiAll tho commanderlcs participating animosYou get it for 50 cents, from dential elections and sectionalnnd now In the grand conclave of Knights Temities are at the lowest obb, plar arrived In Frankfort tho other all druggists. just nfter a presidential journey when morning, nnd when tho procession wns our chief magistrate, who was chlclly But perhaps you won't be- elected by the n ir'li. has been cordially formed tho following were in line: Louisville, No. lj Webb, No. 2, Lelng. lieve it. Then there's another reclvcd at the s .nth, and now just after ton; Frankfort, Xo, 4; Montgomery, of Show two nymorial days, one on them a reason for trying it. No. 5, Mt. Sterling; Covington, No. 7; month ago strewing flowers southern Mnysvllle, No. 10; DcMolay, No, pi, that you can't be cured, and graves and the oil r yesterday strewing Louisville; Newport, No. 18; Cynthlonn, you'll get $500. It's a plain llowcrs on northern graves, it might bo No. 10; Ryan, No, 17, Dunville; appropriate and uv-- ul for mo to preach business offer. The makers a sermon which i juid twist two garNo. 18; Richmond, No. 19; J, G Urcckinrldge, No. 20, Flcmlngsburg, of Dr. Sage's Remedy will lands. One for th northern dead and Howling Orcon, No. 23; Russellville, for tho southern dead, and the pay you that amount if they havo other two interlocked in a chain of No. 25. Grand officers in carriages. the Tho procession marched from tho can't cure you. They know flowers that shall b'nd forever tho two depot to tho First I'rcsbytcrlnn THE JEWS IN ENGLAND. that they can you think sections into one und who knows but church, where the sermon was delivthat this may be the day when the They Were rormerly Temeeuleil In Kn. ered by 1 O. a John M. Worrell, of that they can't. If they're prophecy of the text made in regard to Klanil In it Trrrthlf. Manner. Danville. After religious exercises tho wrong, you get the cash. If ancients, mny Jh- fulfilled In regard to The Jewish people formerly fared no procession marched to tho state house, better In Kuglnnd than on tho con- where Sir J. I'roctor Knott delivered you're wrong, you're rid of this country, and the north give up its prejudices and the south keep not back catarrh. its eonfid-rie- e. "I wl'l say to the north, come homo sound nnd come homo well, tinent. In tho year 1C3 they were ban- tho address of welcome, which wns regive up, and to the south, keep not but that if any thing happened to them ished from tho island by t ami to the sponded to by Sir Win. II. Moffert, of Dane, but returned after the Norman Louisville. In tho afternoon the (Irani! back." they might all meet again in the world Hut, before I put theso garlands on where thero aro no partings It conquest. In Il9, on tho corouation of Lodge of Kentucky wns called In Richard 1., many thousands of them emergent communication, and, Jaccotn the graves, I mean to put them this rend just as a northern wife would were massacred at the Instigation of tho pnnicd by tho Grand Commander, tho morning a little !.'' on the brows of write to a husband nway from home priests, and In the following year flv governor nnd staff and tho Johuson the living men ami v"Uien of the North and in peril conveying tho messages of 99 hundred of their number, besieged lu Guards, marched to the cemetery nnd and South who lust husbands and sons littlo children. Oh, yes, they wero York castle, died by their hands to ev unveiled tho monument erected to the and brothers dunn? tho civil strife. honest on both sides. And those who capo tho fury of the mob. They were There is nothing more soothing to a lived to get home nnd are living yet Inhumanly treated during the reign of late Gov. I, I Itlackburn in tho cemetery. Gen. 11. W. Duke, of Louisville, wound than n cool Inndage, and these were honest, nnd ought they not John, and In a general massjero of Martinsville, N.J., Methodist Par- two garlands are on! from tho night for just as sunerlng they endured havo a Jews took place In London, tho occa- nnd Hon. W. M. lleckncr, of Winchestho sonage. " My acquaintance with dew. What a nvimrv that was on the coronal of some kind? ter, were tho orators of the day. sion being tho popular nngcr at a your remedy, Boschec's German banks 01 tlie Hudson and tho Savannah Tiiiiek Yen, thero was courage, cr. Iiothsldes. Jewish usurer who forced a Christian to victimized Lexington banksi havo been by forced Syrup, was made about fourteen when the son was to start for the war. They who were at the front know that. pay him two KblUlugs a week on n loan tho the fraudulent paper nnd motWrly counsel' When the wuropontd, the south culled of five pounds. In I2CJ a statute was amount of years ago, when I contracted a Cold I Whnt f.ith-r- lr King endorsed "Charles Louis Loos." What the northern men "mudsills," and tho passed forbidding Jewish people) to which resulted in a Hoarseness and I What tears! What heartHe Is president of the n Cough which disabled me from F,ha,rfir 1o "rlto home ''ten! What north called the southern men "bragfreeholders, and In 1274 every sity, and pronounces Kentucky univer the indorsements filling my pulpit for a number of lt l" keepsakes put nwm n the knap gart." and "pompous nothings," but Jewish money-lende- r was required, on forgeries. There is no clew to the forbe ex after n few battles nothing more was pain of banishment, to wear on his sack or Sabbaths. After trying a Physician, changed the bundle that ger for tho lennpsack The crowd said about northern and without obtaining relief I cannot around the depot or the steamlxiat southern "braggarts." "mudsills" army breast a large plate with an Inscription Lr.xixoTox newspaper workers nre It was an stating his name, residence and busisay now what remedy he prescribed landing shouted, but fnthT mother and of lions ngatnst nn army of lions. It ness. In l'J8 debasement nnd clipping organizing a press club. I saw the advertisement of your sister cried, nnd how Imi-l- tho house was n dock of eagles mid-sk- y Two employes of VI J. Curley, nt his with iron of remedy and obtained a bottle. I seemed nfter they went li une. and w hat beak against another flock of eagles 297coin were charged to tho Jews, and Camp Nelson distiller', John Tracy wero hanged, drawn and quartered received such quick and permanent an awfully vacant chair there was at It was thunderbolt nirnlnst on that accusation. Twelve years later and 11111 CnriH'titer, fought desperately help from it that whenever we have thn Christmas and Thar1 glrlng table' thunderbolt It was archangel of wroth all Jews were commanded to quit th tho other afternoon with knives nnd had Throat or Bronchial troubles And nfter tho battle, what waiting for against nreliangcl 01 wrntlu It was kingdom, nor were they permitted to pistols. Tracy was cut several times. What suspense till the long Hancock against I.ungstrccL It was return until, after an nbsenco of M0 once In the abdomen. Carpenter's scalp Eincc in our family, Boschee's Ger- newsl man Syrup has been our favorite lists of the killed nnd wounded wero ICUpatrick against Wndo Hampton. It years, they were, with somo restric- Is laid open, his lips am split and ho wns remedy and always with favorable made out! All nlong the Penobscot and was Slocum ngainst Hill. It was O. O. tions, udmitted by Cromwell In 10 W die. stublied several times. Tracy will nnd the St the Carpenter was nut seriously cut. results. I have never hesitated to nnd Connecticut the OregonLawrence Howard against Hood. It was Sherman They acquired tho right to own land by Wm. Siiokt, the Ohio and and the and Tony my experience of its use to .lames nnd tho Albemarle and the Ala against Stonewall .lackson. It was a statute passed In 1723; a statute nat- Rice, nephew a report of Judgo Rice, of tho against Lee. And the men who others when I have found them bama mid the Mississippi and the Sac- Grant under them wero just ns gallant, uralizing them was passed In 17&3, but Sixteenth Kentucky circuit, were murwere troubled in like manner." RBV. ramento thero were hmentntlon and and some of them nrc hero and I detain repealed In tho following year. Ily va- dered In Lawreice county by n bad acts they were consequently reW. H. Haggarty, great wo- - Rachel weep- the two garlands that I have twisted rious from ail disabilities, nnd now gang, which, to hide evhlenees of thn mourning and lieved and refusing to be for tho departed nnd in recognition of stand equal with other llritlsh subjects. crime, placed tho bodies on tho railroad ing for her children of the Newark, New safe comforted, liecause they were not. Tho honesty nnd prowess put tho coronals tracks, where they were struck by n Jersey, M.E. Confert. St. Louis world has forgotten it. but father nnd upon thce living federals and confedtrain. Four men and two women nre ence, April 25, '90. Remedy. mother havo not forgotten it. They erates. North and south, we will make under arrest for thu murder. MAN GROWING SHORTER. may be now in theclphties or nineties, a great fuss about them when they aro TllcUnltnl States supremo court hns G.G. GREEN, Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.N.J. A French .HtatUtlrlmi Think That the but it is a fresh wound and will nlways dead rendered judgment ngnlnst tho stato Itsce I.oslne In Ntatnre. remain a fresh wound Coming down of Kentucky in the suit by Crutcher, There will not bo room on their tombA French statistician, who has been sgent the steep of years the hands that would stones to tell how much vo uppreciato of the I'nlted States Fxpress Co., have steadied tho.-,- tfctt. ring hteps havo them. Wo shall cull out tho military studying the military and other records holding that tho law of the state Imyears folded into tho and explode three volleys over their with a view of determining the height of posing a license tn.x on express compan been twenty-eigh- t last sleep. Tho childlessness the wid- graves making all tho cemetery ring men at different periods, 1ms reached ies is viointivo or the Interstate comowhood, the orphnnnre who has a under our command of "I'lrc!" We will somo wonderful results. merce clause of the federal cnnstltu. The recorded fncts extend over near- tlon. measuring-linlong enough to tell the havo long obituaries in newspapers tellr. A height of it, thq depth of it. tho infinity ing in what battles they fought, what ly three centuries. It is found Ihul in meeting, held nt of It? .Murray, nominated W. W, Ayres for hat a mountain, what an Alp, sacrlllccs they endured, whnt flags they 1010 tho nverngc height of man In wns 1.75 meters, or say 5 feet 9 the r. HiuiulttyA of agony uf captured, in what prisons theyMiffrred, what and h ha bereavement in the simple stntement but'nll that will come too late. One inches. In 1790 it was 5 feet 5 inches subject to the result of the democratic und u fraction. that BOO.OOO men of the north were slain word In the living ear of praise for primary election, to which ho had sulc STAND ALONE At tho present time It is 5 foct !i4 mlttcd his claims. A similar meeting and .100,000 men of the south svere slain, their honesty und courage will Iki worth at Inches. It is eusy to deduce from these Wllllsburg. Washington county, nnd hundreds of thousands long aftcr-war- d to them more than a military funeral named A3 BILE M0VEE3. figures a rate of regular and gradual Geo. K. Willett, who through the exhaustions there two miles long or a pile of flowers half has been indorsed in human then to suffered going down to death. a mile high and ten bands of music decline this working stature, andand for- by the democrats. The r dhpel poIonou bile from backward 1 detain from tho top the ) .triii, thereby curing biliof the, tomb pluylug over tho grave "Star Spangled apply Miss Lulu Mati:ia, of 1'aducah, has ous attack, xnsliilioa, head, these two garlands that I am twisting llanner" or "Way Down South in ward to the past and to the future married Chits. Hong, n Chinese laundry-ma- n ache, inAlaris. dysentery, and all lly this calculation it appears that the stomscti and liitr disorders. for a littlo while that I may with them Dixie." of the same place. Now, while they uro soothe the brow of the living. Over In their decllng years nnd their staturo of tlio first man attained the A?f nttempt to burn tho Two tUet, ono prico. on tho fallen tha poop!" said: "i'oor fel- right kneo rofuscs to work because of surprising uvcuigi of 13 feet 9 Inches. the Clarksvlllo turnplko was iimdo tin. Djls Deaks, SO la each bottio, J ho race hurt already deteriorated 111 hj should havo rheumatism they got sleeping on the low What n pity that other night. Combustibles saturated Sju IImns Siiit-L- , 40 la each been struck down!" Wo did not, how wet ground on the banks of the the duys of Og, nnd Oollath was quite u in coal-oi- l wero piled around tho buildbottle, S to i a (loan. degenerate offspring of the giants. ever often ononghsAy; .'(J'oor futher! Chlckamauga, or ulgestivo organs ing and set fire to. It wns with Bugsr CoAtod. Coming down to thn u4tr times wit I'oor mother! I'oor wlfol I'oor child!" aro oft on furlough liccauso of tho six that the Haines were extinguished. I'leuont u candy. and so I say It now. Havo you realized months of prison life In which their ra- find that at tho beginning of our era It wan tho work of Incendiaries. Bold by LiniEirUU. by that wholesale massacre hun tions were big slices of nothing, and the nverugo height of man was 9 feet that 25 ccnti per bottle. Hv a majority of thirty-fivvotes tho dreds of thousands of young people nt their ears huve never been nlcrt since and in the time of Charlemagne Unas. s of Versailles have decided to 8 feet 8 Inches, n fact quite sulllclent to & CO.,. tho north una tho Miuth have never had the cannonndo In which they heard so J. P. SM1TII pay 81,500 for fifteen power any chance ' V who aro fathers stand much they havo never been nblo tohenr account for the heroic dents of tho nrc electric lights for lighting the K5 & 217 Orrenwlch Etrect, streets 1'ulndlns. between our children and the world. but llttlo since, In theso cases I call New York City. Versailles. Tho contract bus been Hut tlio most astonishing result of of We fight tin Ir battles wo plan for their upon tho people of tho north and south let to Messrs. Geo. 0. Grnddy and F. M. study welfare, we arhicvo their livelihood, to substitute a little praise this scientificthe samecomes from the ap- Nnlve. plication of Inexoni' nv of we give them tho udvico of our supe- for the good deal of eulo-gluMlt. R. K llAMTlsn democratic can diminution to the future. Tb ilcula-liorior yenrs. Among, tho richest blesnfi shows that by the year I) 40(0 didate for tho legislature in Flemiuir sings of my life Theso two garlands that twisted for thank Ood that my county. 'Vr father lived to flVht my battles until I northern nnd southern graves shall not the staturo of tho average man will bo Rr.v. Johnson, colored pastor of tho was old enough to fight for myself. bo put upon thu grass of tho tomb until reduced to 15 inches. And the concluHave you reahi.-- tho fact that our civil they havo first encircled tho foreheads sion of the learned statistician is that Methodist church, nt Nlcholasville, had two children die very suddenly and tho war pitched out upon tho fnrmfiolds of j of thu living. I will lot tho front of the "tho end of the world will ecru nly To puree II10 lion el iloea not for tho Inhabitants will o so doctors have pronounced it strychnine llit'in rvuuliirliiit lent rsillipiii In milk tho north and tho plantation of tlio wreath como down over tho scar of a Mors roiMtlllnii tiiun livrorv. The llvar Is south nmultltudo that no man can num-- sculp wound made by the sword of a small that they will finally disappear" poison. Tho family accuses neighbor tilt) tlio sent of trouble, nnd "finish by disappearing, ns tho of doing tho dastardly deed. Johnson Iter, children without fatherly help nnd cavalryman nt Atlanta and drop a llttlo protection? over tho eyo that lost Its luster in the French Idiom puts It, "from tho ter- Is highly respected by both whl to and blnck. ruder all tho advantages which wo mine explosion nt I'etersburg. Huzn restrial globe." Chicago Herald must net 011 it. Tut I'm Liter IMIla act TllK Mt, Pleasant Hnptlst church nt directly 011 that orsun, runtime ufree had of fatherly culdancc, what a strug for the living! Calln lilies nudcamellas lion or hlle, ullliout wlilrli, tlio Imw gle life has been to most of us! Hut nnd amuranths and palm branches for keepWhatever you nre from nature Hani Money, four miles west of I'adu. to it. Never desert your ow n line cah, was burned tho other morning nt el lire ulmiyo cons tlfiutcd. l'rlce,20e. what of the children two and ilvo ami the living! of tnlents. Jte what nature winded 3 o'clock. Thn flro was of Incendiary ten years of nge, who stood nt their Hut we must not detain tho two you for, Sold Everywhere and you will succeed origin, nnd Is believed to bo tho work anyOMctvl-- J iilttrniy St., New York. mother's lap, ulth great, round, won- garlands any longer from the pillows thing clso and you will he ten times of an individual who is nt wnr with tho dering eyes, hearing her read of thosu of those who for a quarter of u century ey nothing.-Sydnchurch. Tho loss Is estimated nt $1,600, smith. who perished In tha battle of tho wilder- have been prostrate In tho dreamless worfo than fWEEKS'SCALE WORKS. with no insurance. ness, their father gono down nmld tho slumber. Never oppressed by summer A man should never lie, ashamed to f Pli.l uu rsLUjljI!I.T Hopklnsvllle, tVo libel suit of Ct dead host? Come, young men ond bents or chilled by winter's cold. Iloth own ho has been in the wrong rj) which O. Ar women, who by such disasters havo had garlands uro fragrant. Iloth havo In Is but saying, In Christian, of Todd county, ugalust u other words, that he is a to mako your own way In life, and I them thu sunshine und tho shoncrof wiser th Louisvlllo Courier-JournCo., rethan yesteiday will put tho garland on your brow. this spring time. 'I ho colors of both sulted in a verdict giving Chrlstinn u Yes, you have had your own Mulvcrn 1 were mixed by Him who mixed tho We do not havo great tria MAflurACTURtM Of nnd $2,000 dumages. r hill and your own South mountain and blue of the sky and tho gold of thu sharp agonies und hemic works t do COUOINATIOH DCAM OUALtb. Tiikiik Is great excitement reported to tr iUt IBU US ! Hup, mt your own (Jettyshurff all nlong these sunset und tho green of tho grass und everyday It Istery small stroll sthai in the eastern part of Christian county yenrs. Como! And, If I can not the whiteness of tho snow crystal. Am' make the dlani'iml nhlnu. AND WHISKEY HABITS twenty over nind dogs. Hob Harrison, a farminn at mini with rjnire a whole garland for your brow, I I do not caru which you put over tho attacked by largo dog, that fAIN. Il.xik At Mr. -- Like a beautiful (lower fullof color, er, was tho symptoms a of NF..vr r'KEE. will twist lu your locks at least two Northern grave and which you put oter hydrophobia, &l. Wlkll I VV 1 t but without scent, uro the fine hui fruit- had all was only nfter a terrible, ID IMA. OA. li,, WAX tVklUkftUab flowers, ono crimson nnd ono white. tho Southern grave. nnd it strug. .. .r,rp . INYIW less words of lilm who does not irt Thu crimson for tho struggle of your Dock any ono say, "What Is the use'.' glu that ho succeeded In killing tho aniliuddha. life, which amounted to None of them will know It mal. It had alreudy bitten u numlmr of VEB CUHCD TO STAY CURED, rurnafe, nnd has almost for Ilio victory oration days both sides .Mason Your DecVt e vrtnt the ruoe nd tho whlta mid Dlv-oA chrysm'h Is Hko a hot roiliio-nis- ti other dogs, which are still at large, sov. of eery 5eier In ttit yu J.avo gained. lino mv a great waste of flowers," It U the ;iub that makes tli butera! of them mad, and terrorizing th U S. and Canada. Addrcu, Jlefuro I put the two gurluuds I am Ah, I sco you havo carried loo fur my ler lly, community. Mui141U;ii,i.5,1UU.,,I, e n dls-eos- o 1 J 1 life-bloof Cur-lys- le. - band and father was dared, but nfter n time flew nwny and was absent for a day and a night Then bo reappeared with a fcmnlc catbird, who at once as sumed all tlio cares of the establishment, fed the younp and conducted heras though she understood self penci-illperfectly wlmt was expected of licr. Where tho widower found hlsnew wife, whether she was nn old maid catbird or n upoiuo Induced to lcavo her llego lord by tho urgent representations of tlio widower, and how tho bereaved husband communicated to her tho state of affairs at home, aro questions for philosophers to determine, but tho moral hcctnrd to bo that a widower Is nblo to look out for himself, whether ho wears feathers or a 1'rincc Albert Tho secret of tho most successful barber In Now York Is that ho shows how they should wear their beards and mustaches In order to suit tho outlines of their faces. A pointed beard lengthens a round face, and a round ono takes tho gaunt look from a long and thin visage. Men who value beauty go to great trouble for good harboring, and even haunt tho wharf where tho Frcncli steamers tie up In order to get servlco that Is ns fresh from Paris as possible. y South; rlnwin Wlilrli May T'Ur Wrinkle 1'rom Getlio llrnw Slriniirhil rman liy lltt T. IloVt lit I H U Nouns. tho Oivo Up; To p Net Buck." Tlnie, I. 6- lr ! Dr. Tnlmago's text on Sunday was '! ""T taken from Isaiah xlm - "I tho North, (live up snd to the South, Keep not back." Just whnt my text meant by tho north and south I can not soy. but In words ore so tho Piilted States the point blank In their meaning that no one can doubt Tlu'V mean more than cast nnd west, for. although between rivalries thoic t've las there In" nnd disturbing nin''itMtis and infelicities and sliver bills ami world's fair controversies, there have been Iwtwecn them no batteries irilnnbered, no to dug. i' hmg line of se- twisting upon the northern and southern tombs, I detain tho garlands a llttlo uhllo that 1 may put them upon tho lirmv of the living soldier of tho north and south, who, though In varlanco for a long while, arc now at peace and In hearty loyalty to the I'nitcd States government ond ready, If need be, to march shoulder to shoulder against any winters foreign foe. The twenty-sithat have passed since the war I think, have suftlelently cooled the hatreds that onco imrncil uortnwani aim soiiiiiwnni to nllow tho remark that they who fought in that conflict wens honest on Tho chaplains of both both sides. ormles were honest in their prayers. batTlio f.icos that went Into tle, whether they marched toward the (iulf of Mexico or marched toward the north star, were honest faces. It Is too much to ask either shlo to Indlevo that thoso who came out from their homes, forsaking father and mother, and wife and child, many of them no or to return, wore not lu earnest when they put their life Into the awful exigency Witness the last scene at family prayers up among tho green mountains or dott n by the fields of cotton and sugar canr. Men do not sacri-lictheir all for fun. Men do not eat moldy bread or go without bread at all for fun. Men do not sleep unsheltered In equinoctial btorms for fun. There were somo no doubt on both sides wno enlisted for soldiers' pay or expecting opportunity for violence nnd pillage or burning with revenge and tlilrst for human blood, but such 'cases were so rare many of vou who were In tho war four years never confronted such an Instance of depravity. As chaplain of a Pennsylvania regi ment and as a representative of tho United States Christian Commission, 1 In tlioso wju torn vlill lit hospitals at llagerstown nnd Williamsburg and up and down tho Potomac, where all the churches nnd farm houses were tilled with wounded nnd dying fedovals nnd confederates, I forgot amid the horrors to ask on which side they fought, when with what little aid I could tako them for their suffering bodies and the mightier aid I could pray for their souls, I passed the days and months amid scenes that in my memory seem like a ghastly dream rather than possible reality. tUicn a New Orleans boy, unable to answer my questions ns to where he was hurt, took out from the folds of tho only garment that had not been torn oil him In tho buttlo a New Testament marked with bis own d nnd I saw the leaf turned down at the passage: "My peace I give unto you, not as the world giveth give 1 unto you," It read just ns though it hnd been n northern Now Testament And when I sat down and took from n South Carolinian dying In a barn at lloonesville his last message to hts wife and mother and child, It sounded just like a message that a northern man dying far from home would send to his wife nnd mother and child. And when I picked up from the battlefield of Antictam the fragment of a letter I have somewhere yet, for tho name and the address were torn oil, I saw it was the words of a wife to her husband telling him how tho llttlo child prayed for their father every night that ho might not get hurt In the battle and might x Idea thot praise for th living Is Wlter than praise for tho departed. Who ays (hat the do Hot Iwiotv of Ilia flow- ers? I think they do. Tho dead aro not dead. Tho body sleeps but tho soul lives, nnd Is unhindered. No two cities on earth arc In such rapid and constant communication ns earth nnd Heaven, nnd tho two great Decoration dys of north nnd south nro better known In realms celestial than terrestrial. With what interest wo visit tho place of our birth and of our boyhood or girlhood days! And havo the departed no Interest in this world where, they wero lorn nnd ransomed nnd where they suffered and triumphed? My ltlble docs not positively ssy so, nor docs my catechism teach It, but my common sense declares 11. 1 lit- departed do know, and the bannerT-i- l pro- cession that marched Hie onrin yfter- day to northern graves ami Hid ban- nored procession that marched a month ngo to southern graves wero accompanied by two grander, though invis ible, processions that walUed tno ntr, processions of the ascended, processions, of the martyred.processlons of the sainted; nnd they heard the anthems of tho churches and the salvo of batteries nnd they stooped down to brenlho the Incense of the flowers. Theso august throngs gathered this morning lu theso pews and aisles and corridors and galleries ore insignificant compared with the mightier throngs of Heaven who mingle lu this service which wo render to (lod and our country while we twist tho two gai lauds. Hall, spirits multiHall spirits ble-- ll Hall tudinous! martyred ones como down from the, King's palaces! How glad wo nro that I you have como back again. Take this kiss ol welcome nnd these gnriiinus 01 ye. who languished in reminiscence, luNipltnls or went down under the thunders and Hie lightnings of l'redericks-bur- g and Ccld Harbor and Murfreesboro and Corinth nnd Yorktown nnd nboro the clouds on Lookout mountain. Among tho thousau U of gatherings nt tho North nnd at the South for Deco- ration Days, 1 am conscious that this servlco is unique, and that it Is the only one in which there hns Wen twisted two garlands, one for the grave of the Northern dead nnd the ther for tho grave of the Southern dead. Oh, Lord 5od of tho American Union, is it time that we bury forever our old grudges? My! My! t'au wo not bo at peace on earth when this moment in Heaven dwell, in perfect love, Ulysses S. Ornnt and liolwrt K. Lee, Wm. T. Sherman nnd Stonewall Jackson, ami tens of thousands of northern nnd southern men who, though they once looked askance .tt each othrr from the opposite banks of the 1'otiunao and tho Chlckahomlny and the .lames and the Tennessee, now are on the same side of the River, keeping jubilee with some of those old angels who near nineteen centuries ngo came down ono Christmas night to chant over llethle-hem- : "(ilory to Ood in the highest; on earth peace, good will to men'" -dt-n- I ' In Wide AwV for Jun 1'erhnps tho most cnjoyablo thing Is Maj. W, K. lions, of Glnsmwv, ndis' that story with tho Hdward llcllamy tlngulshed lawyer of Kentucky nnd touch, "The Pursuit of Happiness," by assistant secretary of statu under Gov. Tudor Jcnks a quizzical look into tho Leslie, died suddenly, a few days ago, future, for boys. A beautiful romance nt 1'nrk, a small town in Hart-eis contributed by Annlo Hronson King, county. under tho title, "This Way Went the l'ATKNTS for Kentucky: tlcorgo A. Lady Mary to e Paradise." A good Kerr, Louisville, twlno cutter; Fred-cricarticle, "A Vermont Hoy's Trip to Slltzel, Louisville, governor for lloston in 1S25," is from the pen of John steam pumps. L. Ilenton of tho llrooklyn Times. Canoh Hoiikhts, chnrged with tho "Amanda Jlnknm's Hurdons," by Oliver murder of Joel l'arks, at Lowell, Is un- Howard, has lta terloua lesson for eldder arrest nt Lancaster, l'arks was est daughters. All the girls might take killed while attempting to arrest Dan somo tender teaching from sweet, Roberts for grand lorceny. bright, truo Polly Pepper in Margaret Hiix who fatully knifed Sidney's "Five Little Peppers Grown Jnek Tracy at Camp Nelson, gave him- Up" serial, which has never Wen moro self up nt.Nlcholustille. Ho appeared Interesting than In tho present number. to bo justifiable nnd v as released, on his Quite a different little gill from Phron-sl- e own recognizance, Topper, but a olmrmingly quaint Tiir Kentuoky stato medical society child, makes her curtesy to Wide at Ha session in Lexington elected tho Awake'a readers In tho new serial, following officers for tho ensuing year; "Miss Matilda Archambcin Vnn Horn;" Dr. II. llruwn, of Stanford, president; In tho third serial, "Marietta's Good senior vlco president. Dr. 11. U Colo-ma- rimes," wo get delightful glimpses of of Lexington; junior vlco presi- the frco open nlr lifo of Italian children dent, Dr. John Young Rniwn, of Hen- ThU serial Is from tho pen of nn Italian derson; treasurer, Dr. J. H. Kiuuard, of woman rccalllug her childhood. Good Lancaster; board of censors, Drs. H. W. things aro as thick as roses in June; Stone, of Hopklnsvllle; Chnrlcss Maun, articles, beautiful illustrated ioeins; of Nlcholasville, and 8. W. Willis, of pictures, somo flue, somo funny; four Winchester. Tho committed reported pages of sparkling original anecdotes; In favor of Louisville as tho next place "Tangles," and three pages of letters of meeting. from tho children crowd tho number At l'ndueah Hcverly Reed shot and full. killed John Slaughter. They had licen Wldo Awako lsM.-Ia year, JUOn skylarking In Reed's room und bicnmo vol. (omos.); 80 cents n No. D. Lothrop angry, when Reed picked up a pistol Company, lloston, Publishers. and shot Slnughtcr. Instinct sre "Mt Jamks M. Lavtox, it (imminent itronf." iocUl Ibo policeman. alway very said "It elves to trader of Lancaster, died of henrt Interna satlifactlon te meet soma coodelnt ton Pott at tho ago of 68. Ho leaves two able sons and a daughter. Paint from Indigestion, dyspepsia snd loo Tuie state bonrd of health met in hearty eating Is relieved at onco by Uking Louisville In annual session, tho other one of Curler's Little. Liver lills Immedievening, Chnlnnnn Hncknev Thomn- - ately after dinner. Don't forget this. son, in hU address, urged that stringent fort) Pans "I'vobrotmht vou home n measures be adopted to prevent thu Enfllib pu;, my dear" Knrapturtvi aurter-"O- n, ou dear, pood salo of adulterated food. His remedy it's tut like you." Prince ton! Iger. Is a license system old-timk Caiii-kmtkin, fellow."-Wuhlne- IT'PVTnPIf V STATU' KMOWQ " s (X, whero tho population Is nlwut equally divided lietwecn whites nnd blacks, thero nro two deaths of blacks to ono among the whites. N. Y. Hun. A paralyzed boy at Go has reeov i.ed thn nso of his limbs by being frightened Into fits by tlio spoctmdo of the sainted remains of Francis nvler. The circumstances reminds one of the yiung Amrrlenn doctor who honestly ( mfessed that he did not know what was the matter withn sick child, but recommended certain pills: "Glvo him tiioso, and he will hare tits; then scud f r me. I'm death on fits. " "That wns a fine coat yon mndo Ithistor, Mr. Snip. Whnt did he pay for that." "Nothing," returned Snip, sail b "So?" wild llllnkn. "I'll take two at the same price." book-keepe- r. ?rgrur Delerlnratlnr. One of the great employers of blank labor, descendant of a great slavebold-In- g ancestry, glvs it as his Judgment that, "taken by and lrrge,"the negroes srn deteriorating. Qood workers Cultivate eight acres of cotton and corn whero they used to cultivate twelvo acres. The fnct thatthoy are no longer taken csre of explains much of whnt Is be falling them. "They don't have the clothes or food or supervision they used t'lhftvc. They used to be kept lu o nights, and slnco they havo been free they have proven absolutely unnblo to stay home after dark." In Charleston, i3ts2i?s i& iivwri.1 vk-- Jin) OPClS sH I5IVJOY Both tlio inelliml nnd result when Sjrnp of l'iffi h Inkcnj it i plrmnnl nnd rcfroslilng to tho truto, nnd ncU fently yet promptly oil tho Kldnoy, nnd JJonol. clcaiurn tho cflccttinlly, dispel cold, lirail relief) nnd fovcro nutl cures lmbllual constlpntlon. Bvrup of Figs ia thn only remedy ot lta kind over pnx duccd, pleasing to tho tnito raid no ccptahlo to tho alonmch, tirompt in iUi nction mid truly hcncficinl in iU cflccLi, prcimrcd only from tho moat licnlthy and ngrccnhlo sithttanccR, ltd many excellent qualities commend il to nil nnd imvo mado it tho moil remedy known. "That fellow who ban been owing popttlnr ot Ptpa u lor fuio in ouo byrup us for the lastUireo months has skipped drug-tll"- L out," said the "All right." and 81 bottles hr nil icadlnp who Anv rcllnlilo tlrtici-in- t replied the proprietor, "open a running account with lnm." Washington Post. may not hnvo it on hand will pro- euro it promptly for nny ono who Y00 can't tri how thlnu will end-w- bst wishes to try It. Do not accept any begins a n llttlo lark may bocomo a crest tuUstittito. ilgbat Klmlrn Osteite- CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO. w-le- BASE BALL 9 loviiYiut, iA 1 IMhClSCO. CiL ppt FREsuNcssond purity are Imparted to the complexion by Glenn' Bulnhur Kimii, UIU'j Ua'r and Wills'"" f lj F NGINES. u'iii for TRACTION AND PORTABLB tsr RUMELY llliutrlMCtlej, w.w L.. -- tr. aw ro. n.r. Itrooilnf bsjpl iTSiiU prefer l inew touoiasi then. SenerTtll Journal. Kon twenty rtrocrntsyoucan gclOartcr's Little Liver Pihs tholxntllverrecuUitnrln horr "it nt trbf A rrMtiJ'iBrir bn an artlet to Bisk au ' Tktn Ulllng i nivalin M. RUMELY CO.. LAPOriit.inu. "n'ttrited Publications, nil?! . I v'.rr ll"t - the world. Doa'tforgetUits. Onoplltodosc, A roitEOOt conclusion I" alerted doff, o be dug a hold in tho ground snd er't th bar led the tall hit master hud cut off. Travel IIuJkOL .VdOrvikMln Plso'sCure for Consumption. Cares whero other remedies fall. i" Pains and- Aohes ANI I ai Mr-"- MB UCC "hflk.(.,tmt n'oitttla.!,, Kb lllnaM rHrKuuttHsMisf 144 USC w..k(nle i?.,J, Kelt. a mi curat NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. THE MARKETS. LIVKSTOCK-Cat- :i THE BEST REIV3EDY Ai.r. !M,ti'AbAKLr FOR THE PROMPT, SURE CURE OF 44r IRflL ijesvitii SI00 Per Acre -- ' ass- w..rW,eeet, liar rff,ttll la tat MM., mlrlu, K'MrtlMtM . h4 ih.4, s, 4T91HI Utt3s,uii ihu lirsarwf vrm It !;-- ' M)r. Mftlltv irttlU Liims r r h, . I llHaUta lirreflaf I holes, Itutehtr UOOr Common Oood packers Rllrr.I'-OooJtotb- lio Clsets!ATL Commontl K ,. , . olc LAMUS UitAI.N-ViiAT-.Vo. kprUe Corn No. 1 tnliil Osls No. J mtieil Itfe-N- o.J Ne,rd Mf TOnACCO-- HAY .... rnmctathnir.. -- ,.... .. pork kr4.. QUI UlU 01 u 475 O 4 SI u rj a 4 15 Sort a T3 4 Jnasl rattlln tai na,t44m ll.W.MASONtNorfolk,Va. Sprains, Bruises, Hurts, Cut, Wo tin do, Bnckncho, RHEUMATISM, iHtnitrfwswtkrMr DO TQU WANT TO 2AEN QOLD, rata , ., '3 MM 10 III U O o 101 Jlnm lest PnoviAIOXri-Yi- Vt nOrrKft CMleeitory Prime, .m. -- pn-r- u ....uoo tiit rttsu .ll M lUl W 30 ... w a m lltM 0 41 iH ST. JACOBS OIL HAS NO EQUAL. 1340"" , wiicji wuitimoto AnrrnTiirn rl.iuan tlalt Ual Jt aa IWt A4ttelltaMal U IkU - at r AN ta K.- -I1 .o 4 1 1 "German Prune, MrbM ...... . . ITJTATOES bush. . Nr.W YOIUC. rujun-rt- ir to rney art A IN ivki- Nosrd APPLE tneiiOKtcretmerr.... pr II It SO) 10 O It If II IS 15 'pss : 1 - Syrup aiUt4, A... .....t . V"- POR. New mil Corn No. ll-l nw.. .. . a J I, 16 aiM nvt S -i u$& 1 (snikiaww, B aiui rei y " For C CECHAMc llu. WORTH A GUINEA A Jaaam JMa ???? AyFrr bw A . w 1 i BOX.1 Oil t.AlIU Weittrn OHAlN-WhMt- ri.ouu iriiiit -No I 1 (vira-N- o. No. 1'Mnto iprlDf 8. TORK-- I.sr!I 0u-Na- f... Mf ch.-e.t- Stm.... ...... HaLtimokp. . ,. .. CHICAGO. IUia ., . UK) s (o 1 47 t a n I ti 11 lr BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS I IS tuan I rl .. . am (4H ... I U't 1 PS CH.II .. . I tht Sttmaeh, rullnut and Sunlling afttr Ural; and Oromnnttt. CoHCklllt.riutnfoot tlltat. Lo of MpptMt, Shortnttt ef Brrath Cottntnui. Scurrj, Olohht en th SUn, Ditturhtd S.'ttp, Frightful Drtamt. and all Kureus and Trtmbllns StntaUoa, It. THE FIRST OOtK WILLOIVt RCUItF IM TWINTY MINUTIB. Tj h 05 H' nrf and Pain In tltntit, . nw l iy OftAIN Wheat rtocri-r.iai- No. - e "at Mue.1 LAND RenneJ Met . CATTLK First HOftB U ' j OrtArN 'VrheH Conn No, Oats No. t. ., rr.ounv-rmi- iy. INDJsNAroMS. . ioMj..... i ...... Ill ri ,,, . .... ..... o a 00 1 ro tt m 61 c !'(a A s 'f I u It S t.'ilt M t si M enemy 3 nus mm i uticuo sisroiti nmus 10 coyriat hiuth. 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