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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1891 hic1891072401 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. E" THE HICKMAN COURIER. Published Eviry Friday by U GEORGE WARREN HIckmnn. Kentucky. DGce TrfE HICKMAN C0UR1E " iu FINE JOB PKINTING ICXTCCUTJCD WITH HEATfiESS AID DISPATCH Jeckion Street next door to 01 tr Halt CEORCE WARREN, Editor. I. I'ricoor Subscription, $150 OultntNT TOPICS. KSTABM gHKl) 11Z .ZjLJll 18591 TBM OLDMT XHWSrAPBR WESTERN KENTUCKY. 'J?t - HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY..KY., FBIDAY. JULY 24, ly 1891. VA tVl. NO. 40. ttFULL Mlnera-Couvlrta SALE DILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS. ETC , ETG GALL AND SEE T7S. r SWAY OLEA1T SWEPT. KENTUCKV STATE N1SW& CARItlED UNDEK, WISCONSIaX OVCI-OaNlists IB tariff let Isd foi the ol purnosn ol Coal Creek jinxlnflnta revenue aurneltnl to dtfrsy lli Tata Tath of the forthweaUrn Cyclone Troops Quietly Shipped At Peach Orchard, the other tiny, Dr. eienfs Illl'nt' saminiaiereuof the e (internment i.twu Thn kUnnihlitp Mnjostlo cost 5 J, 000,. Ttinoianda or Aerei of Wheat Crop accept inw noratcaui FIvo Mon of n Solnlnsr Perty F. W. Wles stabbed to death Herman nn 000. tenderrt ua by the itulned. nonomltinto Oimp)oll forOovernor tnhl.rl ofu)the tariff, narrputilli an pirtv the thu Half n. Hundred Porsono Scolc Shcl nors wero afloat at Coal Trufdalc, a mine boss, tho result of nn to Drownod, rrnrcntcd by IBeporta from various towns In Nnw Viiiik city employs n,s 13 public on tho Firot IiUot. tor la a. Ilotol. railed MrKmlry tariff art. rimtlde t ili.t the In., early Mondav morning old quarrel. Wles escaped d Stearns, Sherburne and Itcnton coun-tia- , school teachers vrnllcl ol th peoplo of Oli'.o will soIh lecortl--pro nvlcta would be liberated railed 'i'l ir other afternoon an elcctriu llirht BifaltnllHi In'rjUltom policy of Minn., show that much damage Tur. local pension agent receives a Threo of Them Found Untangled iln tt "" lection, cnunip onnd by thn repub'.lini parly In Idler! sent back home. wire caino In contact with a Wllllinii V, .Mniiiils Kmoinlnatfl for tho Interval or fatorvd tUares n.ulfs' the the Ilullillnc I'llerly llemollalieit Hy the era done to crops by s HlaT Not, Hut tho Other Two Vie- that uilnry of "4,00(1 n ytnr. fined men congregating and tho furniture store of Louis Morjc, on i.liitl. (Iiitcriior by AcrliiinntUu lunae accompanied tho tornado at Superior Corpses soil Her- lima (Jnlrkly Rank. Turrlfln IIU.t-- sf Till: surdities nf tlm MiiIiih coast fish mg lor Uriccv o made tha Monmouth street. Newport nnd the en W fator k cm 1e I Income ts. WlH The 'I'lrket ('iiinpli-teThursday afternoon. The track of the friuH lire il(.iillfiil this year. IVedentiilricelliOii'iiljniitlril lottol alUerln ral Injured Token From k like a realltv. and when tire front of tho building, which Is While seining In the Tennessee river In;, by the pur y tin n In p wtr as nn lali'illou4 the tVrecW. was from St. Joseph, passing near Murray, Ky., Saturday, Ed Rrown, Utile Oppniitjon. Prnnsyl-vnntTub Historical Society of llricevllle pulled in mostly of Iron, wns highly charged nils alii n of tii rmnry at nd.nl in tutor of orer St Cloud, St, Augusta and Fair-bc- n Walter Stradcr, John L. Mcador, Dick iMiVKfromwas -was cliartrrol In IMVO. I'reilltoW hml anmatd'btora. tnlpasrra nnd TJ Tound that tho with tho electric fluid. A dog coming at X.mm-riHlUrera and w tcta t)r Khultltlt oil nnh of the In Stearns county. Hero It crossed afternoon, by TliHMt: iiiv twenty-thre- e In an Instnnt TliurwliiT acres of land 'I lie I'l ilforni llrrlirr.ll ll j'rfs tourcea of supply of primary monev orate, Kavcs and John T. llramo were trcopsfBf convicts were a board, and In contact with ono of tho iron pillars a hun- Ike river and struck Haven, Sherburne drowned to (ivory InlititiltMit of tlm glolie. eontlnually tolncrea.o the value of icold. iln tho giant piny of a cyclone, half hihI t iillmilril Cnlnnr;' a Tlio party numbered eight. asktaiKii special train to leave town. was Instantly struck dead. A little ednnty, and tho southern portion of Ronpre.a pr ce lioitvr In lilslry and dta; irao en' dred Ixilngs wero caged In a deiith-tnt(Irmlrilliiroiiir IntsuilaTar1 1 A family nf five generations live tintied one end of their seine, seven Irritrlte and e demand the relnatnleromt of of ton county. Tlio storm was three to five Thev feet long, to tho bank andJ EYeryKPnsscd quietly. Novlolcnco trSrl. whoso name could not be learned. ' A number Iff for Itrte nn flnljr-- " der one nof In h town in Louisiana. e the comtlttitlonil aland ird of Ikitli mild and nt West Superior,' Wis, ScTlcr WM Waited canghl hold of an Iron railing that surtfaaaaE" each 10 free and buildings were ravaged throughout tho miles wide and destroyed or seriously kilter, wllti the i iual rUhts rrnrrrcliME. ii(ttsJU. , ll.MMiM Ktlll leads In the Hist of pentho netting nearly straight ttpoaJH committee, who explained rounds the windows and received a r UciluilMt . n.vc of damaged 2, WO acres, or 60,000 bushels stretched tmrllllnn, sions granted, v Itli Indiana n close out into the river. Stationed at Intervals heW aaaaVf Rlool &" requested him shock that rendered lierBenscless. retuWIcnn billion do lar city, but the extraordinary climax We denounce the ton.reat shlcli by Its citravaimnl ependl tho storm was enaclctl in n noici iicwk of wheat. Farmers In that belt have near tho outer end tho clgut men, j ;to his force and tho convicts, Sho was picked up and carried Into lutes, eihsualed a surplus Inttin intlonnl trcaa conktructcd at the corner of Lamorn lllf st In this way for three successive with only shoes, hats and coats ofl,i Om.y four of the llritlsh officers who f Bloodshed, and upon his do Hall ury len mere or a nerooeraoo atimiinsirmion n.r.vn ano, 0.. July the store whero a physician was sumtook part In tlm battle of Waterloo stir- - looked liko a veritable fairy ritto jes andereateda denrlt which aubilltitol dea and Third streets, fiver two score vic- UMasonfl, and are loft almost destitute swam with tho sclno iolcs toward that o so, lountl from 1,800 to moned, who soon brought her around hou.eof now. Later reports from Superior, shore. Nono of them were wellj.aa Illo rule fir free dlausslon in tho the peoworklngmcn wero the vise, Biirrounrung tbo camp. all right tenlay lied, white nnJfelillo buntlilg reprtaentaliret: and woeonirr.itnlat Scarcely live minutes elapsed Wit, show that the storm was a torna- qualntcd with the river at that poiftt. This mercury In some parti of Califor- cnveIoH'd the p liars and lyllng of the ple on the detent of the odious foreo bill de- tims. to be jplaln seen it Tiik Down-Tow- n club, lho merchants' manded by a rcpubllran preatdent, and cbam from n moment when tho men, do and not a cyclone. Tho collapsed and they swam Into n swift, cold 'ewsj nia, recently ran up to 117 degrees In the Ivalcoiiiesi tho platform ros bunked a clear case of sulcldo club of Louisville, which has been unany for the pn ote by lh repul.lic.ni4 ... were progrcsv building was a flimsy affair, Intended .cub. CHJJ.Hta Ann . no energy, full of v shade. auuucuij uuu ' as mo miners nan caiieu der the control nnd management of the with tiers of palms ahdehrysautlie-mum- s, t perpeiaalln jtta rult by pcr.crtlnt ihe powers tho tnsks when tho fright- for a hotel, with eight rooms, and A nnooKt.rx womon's will, constatnlnatlon to take tho camp Commcrcinl club, failed a few loy over which the nuthft of can free e.ectlon. andofplacing the lillot lioi Ir. the Ing with theirmiles distant in its path much feeling Is manifested against cramps. A panlo followed. Theseus) ful whirl was waa dragged and Ilrame, Crow ing of ten word, Is contested liy her non f rowncd upon the IliJiilton i rnnty bandi of unscrupulous p irlljau In order. a convicts back, and It was since for 5.000. The cnuso of 'tho fail Contractor Grosa and Proprietor RcdocU and Strader becamo Bea tared bt Hneakrr lleed ' to resla'er the of destruction and tho sickening apentangled inntlier, clfy them, so tho convicts ure Is duo to bad management and delegation and huge I JskcU of roses rtj era. alllK-r- tae the elrcllnns, iouqi me ba. remains of tlio poor begrlmmcd on account of tbo evident nnsatety - It.' McadoiS- - and Eaves wero awenti pearing Tub empress of KiDtnlit and lier chil- slied tliolr fragrance froi thtl tables til iota ana 0PCl.ro tne roauiw tly surrendered, and tho French coolcs. boa- the structure. The eacape 6 aUdaww10 Ihe enactment of sit law and mniialed men 111 tho Ws current while wUtav dren will make tt tourot the Holy Laml lotted t tin' press. Ittpm the glaJ,,,Ml ,vod to retreat to. .Coal The club wns tbo .lcadlntr cluVpt'lta tne liahlU ,tUjy.u.being Irouglitjui. 'OtaUjar aWMtiw4atafeiatwd to approving othcr three" succeed' laTenchHig- HW " ' 'la . "a waaHur-1 ''UlndMiflftntrvrmt!. , ... 'W&allett. ".J "Vilt n't S( .v. - . ii rtf n Ttirf. "L A bank. All the men drowned wero ., , . . ... VamTJefclnt train .., : i, their knowledge ox its condition. to Ihe moral aenlimenU of I ha ilrll- - debris. It was with tl uimosi UUIIINO a recent pnrade III CliCboy nisneo,' ana iiiey wero hikcu io TifK Interest has died out in the Falls ted world, knd we believe Dial the personal rfizssof the disas- large frame building was blown down tho real belonging Knoxvillo W await further orders citizens near Murray, pan, Mloh., ten gltla rode aa Sevrixhte of the Indltlduat ihtiUld be (untiled City bank assignment, Louisville. Only when It la eaaentlal to the malnl'.f.aatnof ter wns ascertained? The two liodles at the corner of Third and Tower to old families In tho county. Ilrame from the ton white homes. While awaiting1 eral hundred dollars was paid out to govi;nor. street, South Superior, and reports moved there two years ago from near too peace, fooa oracr ana wcuare 01 ma cum dragged from thirrtilns formed tho baWasiiimmon In experimenting on the train at Co.l Creek men and women savings depositors tho other morning, " tnunlly. Informafrom the steel plant say a number of Hopkinsvllle. A crowd was gathered called on tho bjoops offering the hospt laws by the sis of nbout tho first genuine fa Pennsylvania nvontio willi tlio Paris nnd only nbout 81,500 of tho savings ceneral aaaemMv a a will giro u a aialcm for tion nnd dispelled the faint hope that buildings were blown down.butno and search for tlio drowned men began. system of street elcnutng. as it Iheroiefnmenl of our munlctpilltlei t.nl.'orin no llfu hod been sacrificed outright. Lightning played havoc with The selno when hauled In still held tho tallty of the humble homes, troops funds remain uncollected The open A I'oiiTAiit.R trlepliono fornso on the throushoul Iho Hlato. as liifl cons pulton was a fact that tho accounts will probably bo paid within In alilh iua meauilro and lrlslatlia ItesetinrH wero hindered aud tho tio Fisher hotel, Unitarian church, throe who boerim pntnngled 'in it. tattlc-flclfared wtrsc than the majority thu ue.xt Unity da) 5. bus Won Invented liy liower (hall be separated, tho former to bo misery of the wounded doubly IntensiUnion depot and other buildings, but Haves and Mcador havo not, been had even council, miners, hu. as they could not lo.len In a mayor and the lattPr In lYonehmati tiaiui'il Route. of tho A HAND of thieves Is working Newgarments the re- no serious fires resulted. At W est Su- found. fied by water-soakeboth to be elected by the people, thereby real A .SNA Shaw, tho woman preacher, lcava tho tanks, bis kind offer could port Itlne the principle of home rule, safo from" the sult of the down-pou- r of rnln that ac- perior Ave men In nil wero killed bv the nnd connot bo accepted. Tho troops says who Moan short hair simply fl.ntera and erlla of apeclal legislat on. Tub Owcnsboro Wheel Co. has cni RUSSIAN IMMIGRANTS. falling of tho new hotel. Wafarorcloaer commercial relations with companied the devastating ntmospherlo victs wero taken 6 Clinton by a special sho wns lorn that way. from tho big wheel trust our Canadian neighbor, and the remorsl of the eddy. Whllo the dead mid wounded Thirty or Them Held at the Jfewr York train and turnr,fovcr to n through loose as tho American Wheel Co. llAltojf Unison now owns the hottao etnbtrraaalng and annoylnir restrictions which known HOT OR COLD. were lndng conveyed from tho hotel Detention llurean Hecnnaa "Aenlated." only Vn our people without yielding nny subtrain nt that joint nnd tho extra which Lord Rerclstnke was building Covinotos; Is making its first test of stantial rerenus to the v orernment vuguo reports logon coining In of tho Thirty immigrants, all Russian Jews, Lcrow returned toCoal Creek whero they the Kind of Air You Want previous to the Haring failure. We faror liberal and Just penalona to deicrv wreck wrought In other localities. Tlio are on the detention bureau at tho found another surprise. The min- vitrified brick for street paving. The at Kalians City. dltatiled s Idler, and aallora who fought let and (maintenance llAX.Mit.U. HAMLIN loved dancing and city wiseacres aro predicting failure. for the of the government, and indications nro that the damage In tho Several of the richest men In Kansas Ilarge ofllco awaiting tho decision of having started In their work, thought that no man ever became, too llkepenilona to their widows and orphan chilTltr. Kentucky Union railway has country districts will bo almost un- City have organized for tho purpose of tho superintendent of emigration.. It Is ers, dren. stopped at 4the Knoxvillo Iron Co.'s been open to Jackson in Rrcathlttcoun- old to enjoy tho pleasure In It ' VCaaffiBfeaKjVvaWsVMaEaltt' WataLPs The news sipplying cold air throughout the city most probable that they will nil bo sent mine, whcro'l53xnvicts wero employThe persecution of the Jewlah people by the precedented In this section. A cot merchant BalaHK 3iS stHaValsaV)QRF Ton nresald to handle, 3' ltulan Rorernment Justly dearve and was Hashed over tho city with a start- through conduits, Friday night a mect-bu- r back, as ench one hns lccu "as- ed, and called d'pon Capt Chumblcy, ty- .Vi rrgfrW'if l our un.iiallilrd rcnauro Weoilendlo n lnrger nmount of ready money than FlliE broke out In the court-housthem our alneer aympnlblei and that ling rapidity. Hacks and drays conof both houses of tho common coun-o- l sisted," and tho law on assist- requesting that ho quietly release tho nny other class of business men. this romtr.it t. in oonncitlon wltU the Inexorable. square, Glasgow, tho other morning taining their loads Hew to tho sceno of is emigrants the company granted franchises ed convicts from tie mines where they had and beforo I tiropedi-oaeto yutrrainenta ! It U rejHjrtcd that the emperor and emigrants, been placed ancsave bloodshed, which, it was subdued half the tho disaster. Meantime the rain wbs te build mains and works to carry Ono of tho detained nnltewliB us should lake t.roier elltonl-lettatalhempress of (ivrmnny are discussing tho sronas tb't ir.Mcird on this lone falling In torrents and tho lightning ottt the proposed enterprise, tho first Mendel Rogalskl, a young man of 20, a after a slight otjection, was agreed to, block was in ashes. Loss about 573,000; nnvKit.Non exuvufut. luffertnc and opprtacl peoidr Idea of visiting the United State. The buildwas crashing like artillery carpenter by trade, tells a most thrill- the miners leavng their men in charge partly insured In this counNominations for governor were then ing U a complete wreck. In spite of of tho kind ever attempted Twice during tho year man fecit the The First National bank of rinevllle, In the air a try. Tho projectors of tho scheme aro ing story of his own adventures and of the works o assure them that no of the hall deH-nds- l declared In order. authorized to need of rest onco Just before his vara-tlo- n at tho confident of its success and will sell sufferings In Russia. Ho becamo a suslloral design with the Inscrip- Kollett was the first to gain tho ear of tho pouring rain tho visitors should befall any capital S.10,000, has been harm or destrutlon libit ngaln Immediately nfter. cenc rushed In nnd assisted the fire- fresh air to nny part of the city nnd re- pect whllo working athlstradeln Riga, ono or tho property left behind. At begin business. "IVinocrats of the convention for tho purposo of nomIn whlto violets! tion A coUKTKlircjT 350 bill hn been remen In tho cntisti of rescue. Men In nil move tho impure atmosphere at a very and to escape Siberia, which was At a danco near Iioverly, Christian Ohio, Welcome toClexeland." A montho Knoxvillo ron Co.'s mines tho he lied from city to city, pur- convicts hnd lccn placed In the coal county, the other night Hud Lacy, colturned to the county treasurer of A toll. ster American Hag and a profusion of inating Hon. Lawrence T Neal, of Cin- walks of life stood shoulder to shoul- low' cost" a square foot-- The work of Ills speech was characterized der and worked with only tho thought laying the mains will begin at once, sued constantly. He was finally taken with a woman Imhi coonty by the Kansas state treas- choice exotica made an appropriate back- cinnati. mine and the eitrnnco barricaded, leav ored, had a disturbance S. I). of humanity sake. Tho work is still by considerable lire and ene-g- y Ho stood prisoner, beaten nnd treated most urer. s through which tho with whom bo was ground to tho stage. Dodge, of Cleveland, was the nxl to in progress, fresh men taking the places and In nil probability by next summer Inhumanely and prepared for Si- ing enraged Tir stato of Nerada hat a popula- At the district meetings held prelim- step to the footlights Ho nominated of the company will be ready to supply guards wero todefentl them, but all to her abuse, and ho became bo again managed no purpose, 'he miners were too he got a pistol nnd fired upon her. Tbo those who give up through fatigue. ho tion of only ,7IJ1, yet It has two Unit- inary to tho convening of the conven- Virgil V Kirue, win beria, when Cuyahoga. It was Up to a lato hour Thursday night six the fresh air In cool blasts. In tho of In strong wido of its mark, but struck succeeded He escape. ed StntMn senator nnd three electoral tion" the stato central committee jind through thff to and. the guards and convicts had ball went now the turn of the Campbellltcs, and dead bodies and a number of Injured ter hot air will bo sent reaching tho frontier, nnd by tho assist- toga Thcy.voro quietly marched to another woman in tho breast inflicting ulot. pipes. committee on resolutions were selected when Oen. Michael Ryan, of Cincinnati, Lacy then w ere taken from the ruins. ance of ids countrymen was sent to OnrooN cIiiIiuh n rave that Is kald to as follows: depot aout 1,000 armed miners n serious If not fatal wound was seen pushing his way to tlio platSITUATION Hamburg. Hero ho was further assist- the merchant following, all marching fled and escaped into Tennessee, and is UNPLEASANT le on n iiiueh frratnlrr wnlc than tho STATk t'KNTHAt. roMMtTTia. nnd form the greater portion of the audiHe has no in regular mlltary btyle, and thero still at large. for America. IHftrirll celebrated Alnminoth t'aro of AN AWFUL STORY. For tho Mllltla, nnd II la Stilted the Cov ed nnd left ence got upon its feet and cheered Itself - MlebK-- MatleD, Hamilton county. Neah Columbia, Tyler Grant from II. II. entor Atted llleKKlly In Calllnir Them money, having been robbed of his littlo loaded in coal tars; and Adj.-GottSTsniiry. HmiiUtonrouDtr, Mlcharl honrse. savings for six years when ho wns tak' Norman notlfbd to immediately tako nmbush shot and killed Tyler Gorman. Mother and llannliter Cook snil Tst Out. Koiin, V.' Va . lin an unique railway S I'harlei K (JUIl'anit, Montnomcrx fount. llyron llitchle, of Toledo, seconded V. I.shtts, t'rotit,- - fmtitjGrant is In jail. He says ho mistook Thre Children Who Hie or Ntartatlon Chattanooga Is intensely interested en prisoner in Russia, nnd lie says II lio them out towt Mation. It U built around a slant elm s -t: fleorje W ItulL Alirnrawntr. Cniuplsdl'n nomination, and A. 11. llollu, for York Gorman, Tyler's Gorman In the news from Colo Creek, Tcnn. Is caught again In that country lie wm The rstticr Cairn hy Wnlirea. tree, and the roof I khapeil llko an umfl I. ' 0ul Woot rom'T. of Pickaway, as a representative of tho ntjr r William ltettr l,uc-s- i The Jewish societies brother, who he claims had threatened A fishing party from Pino City, Minn , There are two companies from there be put to death. brella. - J A Nortin THE LIG3TNINO ROUTE. tho agricultural element, seconded Srntcs to kill Grant on sight Gorman was at plno forests on duty there, the Lookout Mountain havo taken hold of his case. I TiKorni.n II. klnjr of the llelj:!nn .ountjr. John I. Trust-nomination of Neal Kvcrybody yelled havo just returned from the Herllu Authnnles I'ator the Amerlcnn work In his field when shot K. A Stcy. It"ifinjr. pridet hlaxelf on leln(j a workln;man. of Snahe river, nnd bring with them s guard and Moerlcin zouaves in the KOOH'S STAR. for a ballot and the calling of the roll W. I'tDBvll, llri'Wnwmnt; W Mrtlml of Ilxecutlon, glstcon-yca- r Skveiial storekeepers and gaugers in old face of Imminent peril if a fight breaks lie rlnea at 0 and does two hoiira' work 13 John U Vsnoe, tasllikronntr waa proceeded with. Adams county wild wi'm.in and her The judicial authorities of the II Johnd. It.firi Ka'rlleiJ cosqljr It Will Illae Analn it nil On Uglier Than man covernnent have Investigated,Ger- the Owcnsboro district have been notidaughter tells a story out, ns they are vastly outnumbered. In'fore Itrenkfat. as fied that owing to tho fact that a numled off with mx votes for Nnl, and daughter. The Kter. lsTrycrs of the Stato liar associatcrublr) suffering and privation. It U reported that an iingUth chem-bi- t UJ I. Mill l,lrll(r.prr.iintj II MrCreai AibUmtrounlr. then there was an almost unbroken of says The star of Dr. Koch, the great physi- far ns possiblj. the system of putting ber of distilleries not been run IS that the husband and father of tion sny thnt Oov, lluchanan had no has a practical Mlbititnto 17 U I. OMitrfr, Wavne rounty. of Campbell until Cuya- She line of shouts murderers to death by electricity in this season their services can bo disA. N Krnnnn, llrnnnl c 'ustjr, whllo authority to call out troops, and is li- cian, whoso discovery of an for platinum In the manufacture of t J l Mohpy llrurn.' r contr. hoga cast its 41 votes for Kline. When the family was eaten by wolves vogue In New York state, and nro pre- pensed with. lymph set the world able to lnmpv M.nnloif Mahnnlnerounty. county was reached the vote in an Intoxicated condition las' March. He could Indictment and impeachment Hamilton only a few months ago. is soon to paring a report which Is decidedly faonly havo acted legally had Policeman Fkask Ff.ent, of LouisininjUM.i I.Tt"rtISf (rn Hi.yjh..'-.. - HLcriMiTr Is now .e.nMvlava.lCiiali3anil Caintibcll Since that time t'ny havo had no food tho state been in rebellion or been In- - rise n train. . Dr. Ernest Lal'lnce, of tho vorable to thcadoption of the methods ville, was severely burned whllo rescusI.Iil. lie threo younger! 4. The majority objected In erory portion of I'arla, and that city to tho flTOr coMuirrxxoM imotniom SUbstltUtO . Medico ( Campbell rotes, high words were In- cooked and eaten ono by one by tho mere wiinoui tents, uianKcts, bovs are TI T.pi,n vt.IiHifenrirlr-n- onllncr,. IMillluIel.. T In JiormanV IIS - a assumed ing bis child from his burning home. :".Ov. mllltla rations .'...., r..... d liaa upetU f40C,000 In an Installa- IHttrlrlt cry "'a'Olrne, "'"" I .It Ja. Jamrall Krm.too. Hamilton oounlr llohKift rojViHiS;. son of ColrJ.sD. dulged In and for a few minutes a fight tion or plant of lit own. mntjr M Oiirman. Hamilton anu experts short time the world will hear again liy tne electrical Tho or anything but ammunition. rrDk mother and eldest daughter. apPowers, of Owcnsbort), seemed Imminent The clerk, however, TllK payments to Hret Ilarto by liU S ii.orfflt lloiirlc Montomrr eeuutj. others who have engaged in tho inquiry pointed by Congressman has been West Koch, thnt he will niaUenn importfrom mother's mind finally gave away nnd W Mooro. Parke roll aty. t Ellis to a wont on calling the roll and the chair she la now a raving maniac. h'uclUh pnbllslii'rs lant year are wild to ft Urorfr It will' that tlio recent executions lu America Man Blown to Atomi. ant scientific revelntlon, anil that Y C I.ayton, Auglalre county cadetship, nnd ho will enter tho Insisted upon onler. ltcfore half the have rwielicd a total of l.000. while In 8 M t'onnrlly. Ilrtinr rounty n unty Two hundred pounds of be proved that ho Is on the right road wero highly successful, nnd they are all Point military academy in tho fall If he sucKrank ) Ksrr-- ll Son.tuaky counties had leen called it was seen only I,6C0. AR".crlc2 he ra S. K. lligloy, a torpedo man, toward a euro for consumption. which Tills of tho opinion that tho many objections cessfully passes the required ezansina-tlon- . s-- i: T Iunn. IlkUtock county Children Burned and Men Crushed. It. laillnnrioty. that Cainpbwll had already landed with ManmlTDo Mim MATtir. Wad.iwouth. a young Tho houso of Charles McOrattan, near was taking to tho Mt Morris oil field statement from Dr. LaPlnco is of tho which have been raised against the galHo has been for tho past year a twth feet and the roll was Interrupted Carrie Furnace, ten miles from Pitts- in a wagon, exploded near utmost importance, for he keeps fully lows aul the block as a means of inlady living near Aujjiihta, Me, han a 11 T Johnon Clark county. ItkoeountyJ lllmlna collecteil by II TU (Vtlla. oolfeetlou of l.JWI Iiim-cIby cheering arid yells, while the band burgh, burned Wednesday night Two Washington. Pa., Friday morning, informed of all that transpires In tho flicting capital punishment aro wholly student at tho Kentucky Military Insti tute and his friends think he is well 13 II I. Chapman Jsrkann roitaty. added to the din by rendering "See tho of McOrattan'ti shlldrcn, aged 5 and 8 blowing lligley to atoms, killing tho studies nnd laboratories of European removed by the electric system. herelf In the last three or four yeara. ! Capll)wna 1.1. klnfenunty. prepared Conquering Hero Comes." Two brothers, who wore born at one IV r. ! )1nly Crswtoril Count years, wero burned to death Mrs. Mc- horses and wrecking tho dwellings of scientists and enjoys ps well a closo P. E. Caudki.i, has been nominated The olllelal announcement of tho vote Orattan saved tho two younger chil- Lee Milton and Mark Hughes, sr. The personal acquaintance with Dr. Koch. birth, and who were tfiviitry at,n:lle'lto in A. I.aacllartrr Murk rounty. COINING DIMES. for representative by tho democrats of J. lVarwa Monroe roanly was: Campbell, 50s 7:10; Neal. 1'Jt MO; dren. The skeletons of tho children concussion shoon every house In Washeneli other, wero killed by one holt of is c W Srhnilck, Columtilanao'iintj y. Threatened Miners' Strike. The ew Orleans Mint Turning Out a Floyd, Knott and Letcher counties. Kline, Ml; Congressman Tom 1 John- were llchtnlni; near Anniaton. Ala., a few li- - II t loairosn. Cuyatioifa comty recovered Thursday morning. ington and caused great excitement A The jury in tho Tate security case Eight thousand miners in tho nnthra-cit- e Hundred Thouamid n Day. son. 1. singular feature of the explosion Is that day a co VI K. J lllan.lln, Cuyahoga count). While some men of the neighborhood coin- hns returned a vcrdlot for tho defense. region near Wilkesbarre, Pa,, The New Orleans mint When the result of the ballot was analthough there were a number of women In rruwla, according n Tin: Ilalf-uis- t were exploring tho ruins Thursday ten was the hour named In to strike. Tho roal coming dimes Monday for tho first timo Tho counsel for tho commonwealth has In the vlc'nitv at tho time, all es- threatened MntU(lnl report far outnumber tho the ofllclal call for tho gatherin- -' to be nounced a delegate from Cuyahoga, In morning, the chimney fell, breaking made u motion for a now triaL Tho panies refuse to pay tbo men overy two since lsKi, and will turn out ektlmatea ahow a dif- called to order, but aso.rly ,.s h tlm Mialf of Kline, moved to malic It the lpg, fracturing the skull and knock- caped with slight injuries. men. The latikt weeks in compliance with a law passed dimes n day. It is said that suit was against tho bondsmen of the unanimous. The Hamilton count y boys In faror of (K)0,000 ference of almost crowd outside of the strut ture made the yelled "No" with all the strength of ing out the left eye of William Rowc, by the last legislature. The companies this order Is due to tho recent- defaulting stato treasurer, James W. The Champion Diver of the World the WtMti. l thoroughfare Impassablr and when the "their lungs. Six hundred delegates and and fracturing the skull of James Nee, Jos. Letivrnmnrk is tho name of tho nro preparing for trouble. Within tho ly introduced dime pocket savings Tate, who In 18sa skipped out, leaving miles of ()k Hi'Mniitn awu foiitt doors were thrown open it was but a ,'.,(SH) back them with besides inflicting minor injuries on two champion high diver of the world. He last week thousands of lalxrcrs from banks which have locked up so a deficit of about 150,000. This has the Oregon 1'nelllo railroad coat SI 1.000.-00- few minutes lie fore erry one of the htMits,spectators got and at s The or three others of tho party. Rowo is a native of Stockholm, Sweden. Europe havo been brought in the coal many of lliese coins that ought to be In been very materially reduced by the yells, shrieks No worsd-- r th?? r pl1 bo put up o,ts scni had its die, nnd Neo's chances of recovery As a circulation ab to render them scarco assets that wero left behind, nnd the scene was repeated when the chairman will Leuvemnark dived from a platform regions. money ar akklnjr aarcaatlcally If the to the piticeedlngs the bniids In the put the question and the nntis voted are poor. and insufficient for business purposes. authorities of the stato attempted to 63 feet 134 inches high into tho lake at The Boy Sleeper Awakes. ralN nro of pold. national "No," and ngain a third time when balcony ren lered n medley of commonwealth whole by Washington park, near Kansas City, Family. Lait of an At nbout 7 o'clock a. ra, Sunday, Jesse The coinage of dimes at the mint will make tho sureties to pay tho balaiteo. Cosniienm Mack, of llelfaat, who aira mid alter htute t'tnlrman Norton their own choice, l.nwreiieo Neal, of forcing tho The murder of the henutlftil Jcnnlo Mo., lieating the world's record. The Streitt awoke from his long sleep, require it to reduce the output an The case went to the court of 'nppculs haniitiuv'Usl with tho .Maine hail called trie gathering to order, tlm standard dollars and has also caused Tho chair and moved tho ap a complete success. Ontrni rallnwd for twetityflTo ycara, blrsinir nf the Creator was iinoked by mounted u of a coiiimilico "to escort Cramer, ten years ago next month, dive wasrecord was made by 0, A. nnd sat up audat talked a.to tho doctors. increase in tho force of men employed, onco on a legal point Involved, but this Milntinent m, Tuesday In 1P.R0 He fell asleep caused tho other father world's he ha traveled I.OS'J.IoO fter the the next gosernor of Ohio to the hall " iltrures that is the first trial that has been had or Itev. Vr T. W. CampWdl Thursday her mother Illakc at Lambeth Hath, London, In Miller's grocery store, Seymour, Ind., ns tho work is much heavier. inlleilu that time. It Is a tho merits of tho controversy. prayer the convention w as entertained The Cincinnati men yelled so viciously two years later. suicide. Mrs. Cramer's October, 1SS& Tho height was 78 feet and hence lacks but four and n half also committed Thur-ma- n victory for tho sureties nnd niesns thst Tub queen of Saxony malntalna three with a wing of welcome by tlie Entire Family Cremated. hours of sleeping five full days without si this point, that there were cries from mind has been ulTccted ever since tlio 7 Inches. plivtlclan. whoo nolo duty Uto attend qusrlettc. of Columbus i hairman hundreds oi throats "Put 'em all out" tragedy. '1 ho trial of tho Malley boys for At Clay City, III., Monday morning tho state will be out about 50,000 on food or drink. The Twin Cities Growing Fast. Ihe wllinenU of the MifTcrlnp poor. The Norton then inn In welcome to the dele- and the ile'crntion yelled back, "Come Jennle'tt murder nt New Haven, Ct., nil that remained of the James fnmlly, account of Tato's rascality. Minneapolis Evening Journal The Fayette- county's new jail, which The Pope's Edict.' (pieen pnya tho physician out of her gates in a rousing speech, Vs Norton and try It.'' Notxvly accepted the Inviliving flvo miles west of there, was was the most scnsatlonnl In tho crim- o f Friday says that tho new directoThe London Chronicle's Romo corres- found in tlio ruins of their home, which cost, together with tho lot which It occon.'ludrd with a touching eulogy of tation. own priviito purse. inal annals of Connecticut. ry of Minneapolis, which will bo Issued pondent says the pope, during an audi- was evidently burned during tho night cupies 123.70, was accepted by the been Incorporated to Allen (I. Thurman the dcliv.rtes and A n'Ni'ANVhus 1eiit, lov. Marquis was renominated In a few days, will Indicate a popula ence) with the Austrian ambassador on eoiihtruct nu elevated olcctrlo railway spectators bnilieintoapplaiise ami when by acclamation jnt us u bund oulsidd The f jmily consisted of husband, wife, court of claims n few day saga Tho prisOen, Scbofleld IU, tlon well up to two hundred thousand. oners havo been removed from the old drclbtiud reIt Imlweon Chlcnp) and Milwaukee, Tho Allen W Thurinan wits inlr!iiCfd as announced tho arrival of tho victorious Tho Schofield party returned to lho The St Paul Dispatch Friday, In Saturday, insisted that thoin papal con- non, daughter and grandchild. mur-Is jail building into tho new structure. mllem and tho tho temporary presiding oftio r acd tlio candidate Wlien ttov. Cimiilwll enfrain from intervention thought that either son or father distance la clRhty-flvWed-Tncoma hotel. Taconia. Wash, new claves, oven If tbo collcgo 3f cardinals speaking of ths Ncai: London, the other afternoon. dered the family, committed snlcidc, projector nay it can bo trmewd In son of liio' "Old Koiunii" .ipvnivl tered tho hull ho received a.i talluii nesday, from tliolr "down-soun- d trip." St Paul directory, says thero aro In It Into a saloon fight son liefore the f(Htlights the entluisiasm that completely eclipsed nil the pr.'i ions Oen, Schnllf Id Is not to one hour. at all well aud N 60,403 names, showing a population of should elect tha next popo clsowhero nnd then set fire the tho bouse. The and Jnmes Stewart got IllsiJ'Uress demoiistiations of the day, men and confined to his room. Mrs. Suhofield than In Rome. was Intensified with Jeff Rowlen, Jack Downing, t. J. use of whisky, A i.auok copierhead snako crawled wns addicted to nearly two hundred thousand. In Mnuhelin, la., the was ptinettiated with cheers 4f had threatened to kill the family, and Silbertand Jos llrowa Stewart wns Into u womo'i vicing with encli other in wnv remained by tho general's p An That Rlies. l'rotn the coiiinilttee oniV'rma-ncn- t ing lings parasol-- , canes, huts, mean-whll- day. The party will remain ledsldoall the father was subject to seasons of In- shot through with a W Inchester and Olrl Triplets, other daj.nud the. iiMembled topers At Jackson, Midi , Aeronaut llartho-lomeiitTacoraa orgauUatlon cautn a rei"t subfatally wounded. Downing received a shouting and cheering until ex- until the general is better. sanity. wero horrified until they settled tho At Iluffalo, Putnam county, Mrs. Dan made an ascension with his newbullet In tho abdomen ami will probahausted nature could do no more llov. question whether It was a symptom or mitting the name of Hedrick presented hor husband with ly improved suction wheel SatBurglar Andereon Escapee. bly die. lVank l.e lllond. of Mercer, iis.l;rina-neu- t Campbell stood smiling until the storm girl triplets their combined weight bp' urday afternoon. Tho ascension was a nn ophidian The French Turin on Pork. Jim Anderson, nliiis Morgan, a notoThe stato geological bureau issurvey presiding ofllcer. It was adopted. hud exhausted f anil tlun expressed A M UaK farmer who recently sent Tha chamber of deputies has ptsvd Ing sixteen and a half pounds. All are very pretty one, but ns to the success rious burglar, made his escape from jail Ing Adair county. his appreciation of the honor conferred tho final causes of tho tariff bill and ltvlnir and doing well, Hedrick nnd of the experiment nothing can bo ten cents to a man who advertised to I,o lllond apokr brlelly. nt Cincinnati Monday morning. AnderPulaski county votes In August on I'nder the new stale election lav It Is upon him. send for that amount directions how to learned, At 7 o'clock the balloon was son was captured several weeks ago on establishing a county has also approved tho government bill his wife arc in poor circumstances. Four ballots, went required to nomirun a farm without lnilnj? troubled with nocosaar.v Unit each party shall (Wcct a modifying the tariff of Mny, 1881, ami Have been married fifteen years, and sighted at Adrian. Price Hill, nftcr a desperatu fight with Dayton's Juvenile population grows potato buiM irot thlt reply by postal device to be placed mikmi iU frii)nfr. nate u enndldatt. for attorney general. t flxl:nir nt ..i!(LlruiKS per 100 kilos ld tho addition to tha family makes twelvo y, ! l.orrJjr was IhkIIjt so Hit mat us puuuc scnoois are pollee. In wlili-l- . ., John V. oi:cd Canadians Talking; of Independence. card: ".IMant fruit trees instead of po- ami M.tJ. W. W. Anustlor.j; Adopt u Ou Hi tb'ud ballot votes, one lntl-ciuues on American Blirt purn, uitnm rV ' short of l,ntn"",,n, polled SVI U-. for room. illtJcj.Lcll'eli ttia. n minded. The escape Is a that the democracy should ,"','" of movements in certain clrclej rious one, and uny person very myste- crampedNancy Cooper, tatoes." making uu lu view UN friends bacon. his friends. MoKeoa-porrooster. Armstrong's resolution was the number necessary. a patient at the Mits. Tiik Columbia (fas well at In fnvor of Imperial federation, Mr. investigation Is bound to come to tho Western lunatic asylum, nenr Hopkinswas Mlneri to Return to Work. plui;t'l - The adopted Tho committee on irctlciitials declared that tlio count receivedIncor Prince Edwards Island Wants Reciprocity. I'll,, has conclusion that tho wns aided .W8, otnmeiidliig that rect, clnlming that he Tito provincial legislature of Priiico The strikers, among the Sprlnir Val Mercier will make nn open declaration by somo one on the burglar of tho jail, vllle, sent from Logan county, commitrosult was that nil tho water wells in then made a report rci lustdo pronouncing himself In of Indethe contested delegates matter has adopted a rcsolu-tlo- n roll call was ordered and Hal-le- y the neltfliliorhood benau'to bubble and In theHamiltonofcounty tho regular" and A fourthnominated, after half the coun- Edwnrd Island unrestricted reciprocity lby, 111., coal miners havo agreed to go pendence of Canada, asfavor time has and that person must havo been nn olll- ted suicide at that Institution tlio other the was fuvoring wero from night by hanging herself to her bedback to workA They have been out now come to bo tasU'il of petroleum that they chooso between tho two. elal. vote each. ties had been called, by acclamation. between Canada and tho United States. since May. post with a night gown. unlit for use. Suits ngalnst tho gas contestants bo allowed ahalf This threw tlio convention into an up 0. V. Ackerman, of Mansfield, was nomTiik Hath County Confederate assoNegro Ilanged to a Tret. company am talked of. Anna for Chilian Rebels. Gifts From Emperor William. Unaealral Immigrant!. ol tin" inated by acclamation for treasurer roar, i. 't logan, ui The New Orleans AHWAMslisman nus appiieo " The Sau Francisco Post Monday ciation will hold a meeting on tlio The German emperor has sent nu. pauper immigrants Tho number body, took the state. T. H. Peeklnpiiugh. of Wayne, of the on the fourth Sharpsburg fair pension on the ground that hu lost liU of tlm secretaries Cogan attempted to merous costly presents to bo distributed returned to Euro Friday exceeds all Arkansas City special says: At 3 o'clock printed un intorviow with Louis Walk- Saturday in July.grounds, organization is wns nominated by acclamation for This o voice rendlnir war news to the farmers platform. When er Murtliiez, among officials concerned lu his re- pnst records. to Gen. e Marsdnm, from Sunday morning John Farmer, tho greeted with .o.itcalla, of stato. Kor judgu of supremo who was ohnrged with having as- Monat, leader of tho Chilian Insurgents a charitable one; its alms nro to take who used to meet nights In tho vllliiff speak he was of tho queen's houseconfed-ate- s howls and hisses, which for a few mo- court (Siistnvus II. Wald, of Hamilton ceptions, members foreign olllee, nnd Hottcrdnra. there ore twenty-threo- ; tt and ono of the strongest financial back-er- a care of the infirm nnd disabled grocery His f,'"H wnsn't Injured. hold, ofllclnls of tho Clrcassia, Glasgow, five; by sassinated Dr. C. C. Iluckner, near by the drowned his voice. He made county, was nominated by acclamation, soldiers A number of eminent Wednesdny night and who had of tho congressional party I.lVKliroor. Is mnklnu a "kick" at tho ments argument In support of tho maHe arespecially members of tho treaty de- the Netherland, thn n good havo promised to be l'or commissioner of common schools been bound over to nwalt the action of rived at Sun Diego from Iqulquo Juno census takers, who doolaro that 1U jority report, which was then adopted. Charles C Mlllee, of Ilrle, was nomi- partment, Guild Hall ofllciah and chiefs tho grand jury, was taken from tho J4 and nfter placing tho Itntu affair in present Killed by a population fell olt over rt per cent, lu Saw. cf police. The report of the committeo on reso- nated by ncclamatlon. Tor incnitar of I.v most counties farmers are selling calaboose by an armed mob and hanged the hands of counsel, came to San Fran-elscThomas P. Courtne of Clarksbnrg, the past ten years, although overy othMaj. Powell and the Kedilttm. was presented by (len board of pnibllo works John MoNamaru. He states that he is advised that their wheat at 80 cents. Some of them W. Va.. wbb killed e working In to a tree. diser lariro town In Orcat llrltaln Is credit- lutions who lamented tho fact that al- of Summit county, was nominated by Gen. Miles, i humility, received a Fi y. ed w Ith a (fain. the steamer Myopo reached Valparaiso have sold for less than B0, and some Took the Parle Green Route. Kor member of fiod and patch from Maj. Powell, whom ho had front of a buzz saw Is such nn easy and though tho majority had labored with acclamation. U-- eleutrocnllon July i), with len thousand small arms even as low its 75. In places tho price James llowmnn, of Llzton, Hendricks In tlio minority In and out of season they dairy commission II. S. Truinbo. of directed to make nn Investigation into sla, Is as high as 85 cents. Tho tendeney Is Colorado Tin Mid n ml eight million rounds of ammunipainless form of of Lawrence, was nominated by acclamathe alleged threatening nttlludo of tho A local syndicate hai irehased .all county, Ind,, suicided Sunday by taklig tion which lie considered sufficient for dow nwnrd. fact-wh- y inn't the murderers bo In- had not boon able to got a unanimity All tion. parts green. Domestic trouble tho supIndians in northern Minnesota, that tho the best Colorado tin question, , paying Covinoton's long idle rolling mill Is duced to use it on their victims as a sentiment on the silver the needs of the congressional party. posed cause. wus without founda.Iou. After trio usual voio oi maims io niu JSOO.OOO. about to start up again. for tit. knife, tho pistol, the tho planks wero greeted with applause officers, the convoutlon adjourned sine report substitute A Babe Sold For a Dollar. and especially that roiernng to mo American Pork In France. Maysvillk under tho recent showing ax nnd the bludgeon? Triplets, Three t) The Ceniue of PauperUra. of llov Campbell. A mi- die. A warranty deed was filed at Nevada, The French senate must ratify tho of postal receipts Is entitled to freo Uaii.wav statistics show that the nority report was presented, but tho Tho census olllco hnslsst.ed a bulletin Muncie. Intl., Friday Adolph Mo., Saturday afternoon conveying At rallwuy bill 'Cinovlng the restrictions upon lho postal delivery nnd has applied for the llolilx-i- l an i:re.s Cnr. American takes twenty-aeveon the subject of paupers in alms houses Ralustrove, the wife of n majority report was dually adopted. tIbu win- - boy baby Ruby Karl Sheppard to importation of American xrk before it service. Tkxaiikana. Tx July 17. A yoting In IbtiO, which shows a totul of 7:1,010, Inw.clnss worker, cave trips n year, the KiiKlMimnn nineteen, Following Is the platform: three S. Wyatt for the sum of SI The deed Mil. Chaiiiks L. Hahtbkeu), of Newhonrity ami Wo most the lldglun cloven1: tho rrenchmnn. the economy of heartily liulorae lbs (Jov, Jamea man robbed the express car nt this a.' ngalnst Ooyjos In l!n- - There wero .vma. nil of whom, with th other, was duly signed by tho parties to the can become a law. Owing to the politiMlnilBlitrutlon ol ical crisis lit present existing, it is fearanother patent f tr (iorimin. Swede. Norwegian and the K. CMiiplwIlthe nml cointnenil tho Mty nlnUJ placo Wednesday night. Tho amount 7,400 In Ohio, .',') In Indiana, 1.578 In nro dolnr? splendidly. The strove transfer, among whom wns the mother ed that the ratification of the bill will port, bus obtained of pure iilumlntiu and 7SJ fHmllv enmo to this country! ently, tho manufacture Spaniard live each, while the Turk, the general uaaenibly for tla nusluesi iiuailtlcatloaa. of money taken wns SIM. When tho Kentucky, I, .11.' in Tenin-ssee- , of tho child, nnd nt tested by a notary not be accomplished without ditlleulty. re. eicclally f,r every from common clay w ithout tho use of In West riwlss and tho Italian take but one cionumy and reform, urnltialiol, by wnli hliavlnir robber entered tho car ho pointed a but lu due time to save muchl peu.se public, iirotliK'rt for a secret Mr. .Messenger Ryan and electricity or metallic sodium. each totar In Ohio run eaal h ballot la secret as no volver at money In tho safo. Tho for passage. Ooddsrd Down Choymkl. thn Imllnrtsfeld is now belling aluminum at iletlraa ami hum hi vole counted im cil i ami rrench Tariff Rill Pa tied. Now We Have It. A JUMICB "f the pew n In Chicugii envelope rrpuull At Melbourne Joe llodd.ird defeated 3m.,.. k.vnlH ,,t,r ,,,,,1 , iarg t,)tK messenger handed him tho tslutltv attention to Iho fact that tho Tho French chamber of deputlos has Killed at the Croiilni . District Attorney Nlcoll has made nuarty through hyti icrtlicaiiy oruteninn i" posed u lino of fr. tu ii boy peddler for ... ,m,tv.0no years there wero but was all thu one of . frrn Ilslser. a widow, si Tflt OO wltliSlMi and said that f.lir ciiint Mr. approved the remaining clauses of tha Llioynkici lu four ronuils for a purse of peddling stationery mid fent him to f,.vn tand to L.tlltiL ami tho Mil for protidlnff money In tho safe. Tho robber grabbed known his intention of selecting eil agalnat lino, flic poard tariff, relating to the temporary free CIU.OV'J mill WH'CIUlHipionsilipO! aiui - threo fuilurus of the peach crop in the tho Now York papers which published littlo dnuirhter wore killed of tho - tho package and hastily left the car and prison for irno HUM noimi ii itiui .i.m. iiouiui,-,l , l"r admission of certain imports. '1 lie en- lia. (iixldiird had the ailvunU.'O Muldr.iiitfh Hill section, und thuru has tlio ami for There waa a considerable ncvfuiiitn of the recent executions at ' wbll crosslnc tho lnnvor happened to be lit on prlsor itaprofn loiuloliatnalnioro Indorse oolltlca! escaped uud ap 11ml .i.'jr and ,... nrrlvil, anil, tire new tiiriff ineasurn was thctl pasfee' throughout the fight, which wns a bind never been a fullure of the grape cro noariiiK s .mil tlio v.,he)lul or ,.,,, uiure regulatlojt the oinount of money In tho aafe which ths Mug Sing und laying tho cuo beforo at One HuHrcd and Nlnetoeotn battle Ip thul legion. by u o(p of as7 to 110, Chicago. (ho grand jury. lllin Uf lorO IIO lino t0iniru ntlonof eouuly olttcora by (irovldlnj robb r could easily havo secured had h flwft", parsl-inetltkt I O taken UVUt wort Uroo, p'l'vgl JHJCKKYK DEMOCRATS hall-storm- n a ball-itor- 'Vf J'H"'', I'7fc le 1 p C' 1 see-orie- l. l(S-M- aBf ' lonstl-tutlon- T n,u .t1 s ial - fuarravywo ,R d - BaVsMaajBaStaawsBBBBBajaBBfaaiamai npaK'aaTTBT aaMffe -- well-know- titfl eent s. wcll-khow- d d jut Tar-nlah- iVw4 (Sly -- d e King-nlflce- loop-hole- 'aN Ken-toak- 1 i- - s- tO-It-- rlis Km-Inc- 1V-- dlM-oere-d ' Im-I-k cXyi -- X rJ?. " : l I Wuii?injr-.ni.i,-w,.jt- -- -- j'tl 7- -- two-hors- IT-- t.arnr. I'ortas-count- K-ga- ieo-p- le 100.-00- (5 cat-call- pn-lu- - - o 1 ten-fol- d bar-nwi- Alr-Shl- o w air-shi- p lU-el- work-hous- e. T,teXTrrtcoWr -- t. l- Times-Democrat- nu-dlt- no-gr- Dor-rno- 1 o. death-eutlmn- .,,.., n i l. V ,i- , I I "- Pan-Hand- 9 J i i Iku l3 9- b.- i - ...J, Wt ..... - .41 I 1 It'. . umt jj.Mativkt?lft - V ?! ' waUm numwite ? ; .. ;; ,tfaiJMMU ''-- " aj ' ' '1 i Mm B ? ,. '"' " sl esjS4, : rt . NOW READY! I Have KTow on Ever show .1 aisu in i EScliifeitioxx txe Largest & rr iBHHnnHii fc wiv I uJS jflLarx-c- y l SIS. Itoi U KJ U aiacL GKrevakdoss t ra of -ltii vn.b" one can plcaso ovcryboJy!" To be convinced of tho fnllncy of in this Mnrkel. It is n trile saying that "No Can show yott a handsome lino of LADIES' i ..i i:..,. ..f 'HUMMING SILKS In all the iliflcrcnt shailon. -- ...-- - thi, which -t- i the efi tuist tll c,it.v- - In IIATS GENTS FURNISHING GOODS AND CLOTHING, 'u''' n show 'ou you have only to examine my Stock. FINE SHOES of the ccMmitcil Isrown-Dcmiovc- My DKKSS GOODS DKIWHT-MKNShoe CVs make, wh.eh never i T will fails contain all tlic Would rail to live wUWiietiou. Touml to . of the fAnim. (o my Iinu Hove m.nii..i of Nohhy, mill something Hint will pleac yon. Vifc, lifl f m Af-- - 1...."l UOOUS l.i OIO UUUlilil 1 ornCllt CVj ... - r "... f JOI U(7A7, COllSCU UCllUY 1 Cflll V .. t-- .......... CARPETS, Oil. CLOTHS, MATTING, Ac. .. 1 1 have j n large stock of thou gnmk ami am pr-iira- l to intiltu miiiv ftry GLOSh llQUlihS - on Hum. IT1VC J YOU LUC YCl'Y lOWCSI. A IirlCOS 10 DO JUKI. t ... i it i .1 rtl ! VUIVU .iiu ... .. Ji ....II uui. r2VT tM & THE HICKMAN COURIER. IT I EC in iit'port or m. THE COAL CREEK TROUBLE. The Tennessee Minora' War. f JACK lIHXmtlC'Ii. u.s. B TJ O -- A. 3ST -- A. J.J.CUU 1ST 4- - " tfl i J i T Hon. Jack Hendricks, Demo- for tho now Constitution. This very important crop quos- Tho trouble which hnslbecn pre- JULY 21, 1801. Judgo Pryor says: PUIDAY, cratic tioiniueo for Attorney Genj0I1 Ja now assuming measurable vailing in the East Tennessee coal eral of Kentucky, who has been ",I.!,!'Vr.li tl'M50W 0onstl,ntl0'1 dimensions. An eminent English mines is tho old, "ineproFgihlo pcoplo nro gd Democratic Stale Ticket: conflict" between free labor and in the Purchase, has tho following lug to adopt it. It was mado for authority on grain statistics, wlnlu to say: the masses as against aggregated anticipating an almost average convict labor. Tho State author. havo been received cordially Hies of Tennessee, In obedience by tho people, anil have had good capital, and wbllo no injustice has Bntwi, cr0p 0f wlialt estimates the ' , tho otio Fur Gottrnor to a Btnte law, ifnyiif arBflnVleas crowds almost everywhere, de- been douo to aro much tlieiniotoani hilency hv at 130,000,000 better pw JOHS YOUHG URONV, 'lo oOrtain own spite tho fact that it lias been the of tho other is vastly superior to bushels, and some r rvnch calculacd oul tho convict tected. It of Ilojiilerson. ers of mines, nnd theo nine own farmers' busy season. 1 hero is no tho old Constitution. Tho vital tors place the tic ticit as high as ers were attempting io work thesojl;?lpnivi"e l,,n.1 tl,ee ' 80,,, points of it are the provisions 175,000,000. The total European For Lieut. Governor lilisaflection, ns Bhown in the with refcronco to taxation and dciieieney to ho supplied lroni excon 31. 0. ALFOKD, Of course, the result , of R00ll niljy )f Hull. was too (Irlvtng out of eo ni.inv lliinl party aitvocatcs who are as- those roforuiiug tho legislative ternal sources the English estlmater of department." bushels of places at 380,000.000 honest, free luborers, many of piring to reach the Legislature. Judge Lewis says: l wheat; or if we accept the figures of whom have families, whes and In eomo instances tlicy will got "I inn strongly for it, because I the French statisician lor Kr.ince, W.J. HCNDKIOlv, children, dcponilent upon them there; but if tho party managers think it a better Instrument tlisn tho total European deficit would be haiullo the matter well I don't of Fleming. for their support.! These minora think thero is verv much nroRiiect the old. That equalization of Ill- about l.'lO.OOO.tWO bushels. SeemAuditor had been brought to the mines, of tho Democratic ntninritv in this ation is one of its best features. ingly, therefore, it may be assumed lor with their fuiiiilies,by tlte promise part of tho Stato being materially Then, too," ho continued, "tho th- Europe will have to import about L. C. NOKMAN, with spocial legislatiiu bushels of wheat. or opportunity loa cinploymeut, "uuul.L" The Farmers' Alliance ing awayto bo a great thing for of lioouc. .. I oir 100,000,000 ......... ,..n!..:J... ... koop the,nili, ...!- nil uruumziiuiiii is going in and at iri,Bi,rolll m m people; it will save the Stao Such a demand implies a higher Fur Truiturcr In tho face ; ortrluer, has repudiated tho Third thousands of dollars and stop tlo price for that cereal than has prewolf from tho doo II. S. IIALH, vailed during the late year'; and, of tliis situation, til Stato leases' party movement, and the Alliance lobbying that is goiiig ou." y of Graves. were the price estimated at Judge Bennett says: hundreds of convic to tho mine voters will remain, bv far tho low figure of jerbu.hijl, "I'm for It. I think tho gotd owners, who rush em to work, Brpfttor "UIn"cr insido tho old For Rrghtcr Lxtiut Ojficc pany lines, ino oniy timigur is features largely countcrbalau:o it would follow that Kuropo will V. S. SWANGO, thus compelling tliCHi free, honest that iu some counties the Third thoso that nro objectionable, aid have to pay S 100.000,000 to other or Wolfe. luborers, to not oily work with party candidates aro cutoring into through the medium of tho opju parts of the world for this cereal; convicts, bnt to talc less wages, u trading agreement with tho Re- clause, we can get a which is an amount almost without Fur Supl. PalUe littlriieltun within 10 years, if to precedent. Our crop is variously or quit. With main' of them to publicans, promising support for ED. FOIiTBK THOMPSON, "quit" was starvatpn for them Wood, the Republican candidate haven't what we want to start estimated between 500 and 550 milfor Governor, iu exchange for Reof Owen. lion bushels; and, ns proMWcts now and their families. Ictico the re- publican votes for themselves. with." stand, 550 millions U perhaps a fair sistance by the in intra. And, so Thero is further testimony to the For Cltrk Court uf Apial ... . .... . . .. .r WHO KSEW MINT : '. uur uuuiu.iui. esiiiiiute. t far, the sympathy bf tho great e fleet that this will bo the policy ADKAM ADDAMS, Memphis, Tknx., July 17. John requirements fur various purpo-c- s mass of outsiders us with tho of tho Third party people iu tho Brackens, of Hickman, Ky., while at aGO,000,000 bushels, we should of Harrison. fact that II. E. Taubeneck, who ' miners. tried to turn tho Alliance over to tu .a somnambulistic stato.o walked have, at this rate, a surplus of . . . VOU. STATE SENATE, . . . Hut the mine owners who pay it,,. p.,,hiim,na i iiiir,;. iu .. t i' on ..no wiuiri-uou- i i uero hi s ociock bushels for ex port, assuming HENRY GEORGE, the State for tlieso cnvicts have Frankfort endeavoring to 'effect!1''18 ,morniug "l"1,8 H?0".1""1, the home stock to remain at its of Graves County. boarded tho Uucke.to present quantity whatever that the Stato bound by ontract, and an organization for the Third par-- Hraokeii ty, and in soliciting nid from out oiuio iu iiicKiuan, ami was uouiiu may be. demand ol tho dove nor to pro FOB nnrRESUNTATIVE, Statu in tho that by for Whitehall, La. While the boat According lo these estimates we tect thorn in working lie convicts. sido the out candidateshopoas P. Jt. HAYES, iu putting ninny was unloadinc here ho walked on Thn Governor rcspoi. is under the places as possiblo and by pursu to the wharf boat and sitting doun arc in a position to furnish Europe county. of Hickman close upon or povibly fully one law, as was his duty and the ro ing theso tactics tho Democratic fell asleep. He arose and walknl as stated. I o half of its total required iniort.s FOR STATU SF.N.VIOK. majority will bo cut down, and tho off ' '? wnarf-boa- t suit is before tho wotlil. was IS tnnpa old, mill of wheat. This means that this We te auihorlxtil lo announce Mr. AT. IV. Good people evcrj where must third party, thereby, given nrcs walked iu his sleep. Tho body one item of our export will amount tige, ns well as by tho increased WEBSTKtt, nominee of the People's endorse tho enforce nent of law nuinberiu tho Legislature. I think was not recovered. to something near $200,000,000. Party, a a ctinliUate to represent Hickman, Fulton ami Urates counties io tie by the Governor of a Stato ns Is it would bo n jrood idea for tho To the United States, this is very next Senala of Kentucky. Some of tho opponents of tie exhilarating prospects; but U Eu- his sworn duty, ovonUf the law is Democratic party management to it is a very gloomy oun. resisting law is concent into a number of speakers, new Constitution say it ia a a bad one, and in " tronv dora box r.iu.r in If yo.u want n secret ballot, vote wherein "strikers" and "iwJib" al- - upon this part ot tho huuo irH,l'fso, w hy Spccimon Coses. it don't they point out some for tho now Constitution ou tho purl Corriiiuy wfthifablfo mo jjcmocruis up, noip oriug ,, rjliiror.l, vew coel. W,.. third day of August. ones, iinu hoi i s sympathy. Thero is no safety to tho vote, and havo a good effect' ofth greater troubled wlU Neuralgia n J Riicumatlnm, ill generalities. now pretty It Is that the nowgenerally con- society wlioro people overrule generally.' hit Stomach was disordered, bis Liter Constitution ceded ' " 7 ,T iiei.J to nn alarmlnK decree, . SENAToH PKFFKU. of Kansas, is will be adopted by a huudsomo law. The remedy for bad laws is you K'l.'.e Tell away, anl lie nai lernliiy re- If you favor to repeal them, and tho sober canvassing this Stato in tho inter Ji'citn Herh and ilrenjih. Three bot majority. will annum it liv vntiliL' for tho , . est of his Third Party. Wut Har- - .itot tlvcirle ililller" cnrl htm. fi. ..... . ..i TnE Republicans of Padncah sense ot jnstico ot mo ouisiue, HOW HUUHIIIUIIUII. i ....... i it- candidate of world may always ho depended din met bun in joint debate, nnd , rulltlln8 90r ,,;,, k)(0f f,ghl ;t4r,. are supporting tho the Third Party for tho State Sen- upon to go iu timely help to tho If you favor making the Slate the papers describe tho result ns indinj Ud ibree bottles of Klectric UucLlcn's Ar- and seten . ate. This is a sign of tho times oppressed. Treasuror, and other fiduciary offi if Poffcr had been ...,.. i, i... n 'li ..ten ... ., . .. Imea ,,of,9UI1 . ,n ,, ,,, s r that Democrats will do well to This country, in Stato and Na cers, Jctui Speaker, Catawba, (., bad tit lir(e ineligible to long continued Kansas cyclone. tional governments, must sooner heed. re.er sores on lila Irgr, iloolor said lie wai or later settle tho question of terms, you should vote for the new Kleclric A VOTE for John Young Brown working convict labor in compe-Gov. CAMrrtELi. deserved ro- - licursble. Una bolile pnlni. MIvmHitlers ...I Ana hn ln' for Governor is a vote for n true tltion wan tree labor, nun me constitution. UOIIlimitioil ill Ohio, bocnUSO entirely. Said at C. A. Ilolcomlia's aim man, n wise statesman and a sound sooner Stato Legislatures do it tho If jou vote for the new Consti- hud tho ncrvo to striko down some I at Store. Democrat who has honored bib belter. tution you will at least shorten all corruptionists In his own party. party iu both State and National Ki'ssia will have to buy corn, as fut uro sessions of tho Legislature But this element iu Cincinnati will tko crop is small. The American politics. to GO days. This will save tho tax- probably prevent bis firmer will have plenty to sell. Post moiitem examinations payers thousands of dollars. Hurrah for Campbell, anyhow I prove conclusively that tho mal- h'ditor Courier: rvcrybody will get rich ucxt adies proving so fatal to stock l'lce publish in your ncxl taau, ''Who U. 3. Krn'ticij' Senator Morgan, of Alaat Independence, Ky., aro Texas does llie ublloTrinling lor of tbe One wcok from next Monday is Why tlmi't you iubl!b tome be How i.ono will tho bama, thinks tho Democrats will the eloction. Lt ovcry Democrat fever and pleuro pneumonia. aculnal llie uew Conmilulion Lexington of tho slowuoss of tho State nominate a Western man for Pros- - go to tho polls oi, that day Carlisle's 'eilcr for iuilanee ? Is authorities Washington bus been An Old Suwcitinn. i. ln.it n.i.l fin, I rlntnlnl.tPa vote for every Democrat ou the'..,,, U)0 worl,j w c01110 toail end appealed to. III.W...,,. 111. .Ill.b VIUl I.IIIIIII li views render bin nomination from John Young Brown,; a 1302. This is the best informa popular mid honorable of, proLJ1i,io. Ho thinks sllvor tho ticket The now Constitution lias no for Governor, down to P. R. Hays j tion we can give ou the subject warmor friend than Hon. Josiah goui.eiiion, mm tor hmujt ' pupor for Representative. There is not' Lit now. Harris, Prohibition candidate for preceding uis eicutiuu iu uiu uinee 0iy rcn basis for increased money. an incompetent man on tho ticket, and yet wo occasionally Governor, Il.irltlrii'a Arnlrn Niilve. hear ccrtuin individuals talkin-- ' of State Printer, ouo of tho Tills, Republican-ThirParty mid no Democrat is excusable who I Tiik Hkst Halve in the nnrlil for Fever The Courier-Journaof tho It Brisfs, Sores, Ulcerf, SaIi Klienm. about tho danger of local prohicombination iu this State, as to votes for any other than the ticket iwn, Teller, Clupi! llnnds, Chilblains, bitions being repealed if tho in- has been frequently said that the heads our first column. Oni., and all Hkin Kruplions, and post- strument is ratified at tho polls. l Job Printing Co.i electing members of tho Legisla- that jrlycitret. IMIw, or no pay required. It perfect atlinfjction. TnE news from tho Vatican is is a partner, oris interested in ture, is now an open secret. Why isriHrantred lo ei The unholy "Republican-Thirt of sad interest to tho lumnbors of doing the work, but of this we should any deny or disguise it Party combination" has aroused c'pnoney refiiniied. Price "J5 eonls net the church of Rome. Tho Pope's have no personal knowledge: If you want tho Republican ticket Kentucky Democrats iu some ills ,U, ror sale ny v. a. iioicoiuw, uiu decline iu physical vigor is too elected, vote for it iu an open, tricts, wlioro tho racket has been 2. Senator Cailisio has not pub marked to bo longer questioned, was reached at Bricoexposed, to a white, fighting heat, villo. citisis and tho intelligence of his death lislied a letter offering arguments "lanly way Monday, wlion over a tlioumay be expected at any moment. against tho now constitution, but The yanncr8i Alliance, as an and thoy aro coining to the polls Rami miners and thoir sympathlz At 81 the signs uf the dissolution he did write a lottor which wnfeior,iCr, is not objectionable; and the in August from thn hills, hollows, ere surrounded tho camp of tho of tho soul and body aro not to bo published, declining to make anyl Alliance, as nn order, is not in this towns aud cities. If anything on State militia, 107 soldiers, guardmistaken. "..l..L.L,rJ:-u-uuJ;- .. speeches against it, in whiou i l bird Party Ino vement. Tho Third earth can make a Konttioky Demo-- '" THE dispatches say that ft ia declared his purposo to voto V '. U0P01 a"a U("F.e" l"oni , ' Vty platform endorses man v loratinaii cklmed that tho People's Party against it. The Oouuiku has noth tlilncs u. id.Vfiuotrain to ivnoxviiie. The sol? m ft mni me Alliance never nan, comuiiiauuii. iv u. will cot 40,000 votes in Kentucky, of which ha been loud- - iliers surrendered nnd submitted ing but feelings of honest con an was rtnttPii nn bv moil who element and may got 100 000. There Is no not a shot bo use to treat such claimB seriously; demnation toward those who ant office, and a majority of ly claiming to bo Denocrats until without resistance, thoy would usporBO Mr. Carlisle's char whom had been failures iu the old nicy get mo cuuuuauuo wi many " if they wero would nfford no prospect what- actor because of this utterance. parties. good meu FACTS FOR TUB PEOPLE. ever of that party's carrying the Wo don't beiiovo Union Chill Tooio It more generally that tho lottery nr.rr.xmn ex liKMTi'CKT. Stato. It would Pimply benefit OrfOAii Tiikneu publlslios a let"d, is mors pleasant to lake and more icerhiln lo cure ban any chill lonio en the the Republicans. The voto thrown company over gave him a house, ter In tho Paducali News, in whleh tl'.dtirt.li Special proprUiow nthorlM ihi for tho Poople's party in Ken or that ho is open to corrupting lie snvs. "If I had a million of Hrper. Third " Col. names are article, ..it-- t.....J Josso at ti. tho n Ul 'o fl,arnlee eaoh bolile lo this ibal is t tucky will nearly all go to reduce influences. Our best and ublcBt do I"1" "B',.v, V "UJ the Democratic majority. Hence mew honestly differ ou tho propo- votes r I would cast them for tho mo nag winioii. witniioioouiHiay, eii,ed forllor relnnd Ibelo money In ....t.... i... ..w n..i....lit.l f ( new tho anxiety of Republicans from sition. Tho u. ...... v.. heslckenlni ntull'you bad to (Ivu oouversaiio' wiiu several gon Courier beliovos to the people, and! hopo that tlomen ho doclred that tho Third child, Hits is so pleasant to lake other States to help it along. that tho good moro than counter - tmrlv milllllCfei WOU III milke-i- l ...... lnv,.r nf fniml tiilinnnl iu in... i.. " linn. 'i hupt The race for Representative Is balances the iiiistnltcs iu . . . . .. .t ., ..nil - 1. ...... t.l r?ranoiber dose. For sale hy Cowgill & tho now U,W1J!"free nnd. taireiociious, ami. l'.. - ....... ...s .wVU , t'orm. should take crty, one that tho people Constitution, and, therefore, that ..... of I n ..lt.. ,p1II ow in lBlllllUt ,iu...u u ouun IliL'lll particular interest in. Thero is no JllOb III I." hii.. tho puoplo ought to voto for it, CYPRESS FENCING FOR SALE, doubt that tho next Legislature tho polls In August and voto tor !ie"t aud so bellovinghfivo brought out ,0r .rn- - Iklll O Iml.l In t, H,,,,.,. 'h"V"i.V'.W'' Fe.n.eI ... .vv will be called npou to enact laws IIIUII "'" UUhM, 'i'ltl (lb). N. near Ibe at bis Store In '... i:it to Homo extent these good polutB. it." us well am mat locality, iiu lllckinaii, Railroad Depot. 0:8 to conform to the now ConstituEnwiN, the Third Party uoinlueo Its opponents are fow of our actU if thoy did not poll a tion, and it behooves the people, recently depos- big votear tho ticket in tho Aug-- ' nud,CBpc chilly Democrats, to send quaintance, and they haio offered for Governor, was VLTANTED ! "tho Legislature to represent no arguments fur publication, or ed bv tho Fanners' Allianoo from list eiofon mo iiiovemoni would pa DUSIIKLS OK WHIUT. d. to blnck-oye- , mid it would JW,WWW llveieJ at the wharf in liiok. them u man versed in constitu their requests would havo been tho ofllco of PrcBldout of thoir receive! price tional as well as statutory law, complied with. In our opinion, order, under 6orious charges. Tho domnrl20 tho party's Btrongtll in""". The lilgbost market advancepaid Iu made tllO Wt. Ill Ills opinion tho fl. ,Mo delivery! or liberal that ho mav bo able tu accomplish tho btatn, and our pcoplo, will oulccrs and members of tho Alll- turn OWth Of tho linrtv dennnd. I?" 'Mpiuenli. Hacks furnished according upon an efliciout leg tho deuiauils n ontrnct. 0 i'J.lf islator will reiiuiro. There will bo grind on in llfo pretty much the unco in Hickinnn, Fulton and ed v tho result In Kentucky. J. A. OVKIITON. same whether under the "old" or Graves counties know tho chargnumerous weighty ouettions for lit is true that 100 TonnesHoo discussion and adjustment in the tho ''now," but slncorely prefer- es. If ho notod so badly as Presholding a next Legislature, nnd a practiced ring the now, wo sliull so voto. t'.rlles Indebted lo ine, either hy riots as to bo removed ns unwor- inlla thomsclves stockade surron. ident as prisoners t0.orr,0iinl, are requeued dfd Debater will bo iu demand. Much Hx.Pnr.nRNr Cleveland has thy and incompetent, how can a. ob without II nil'' a iruu. tho xl niica and setlte, or theirlooouie forwarl eklun will he of the benefits derived from tho the now Constitution will depend up promised, positively, to uuUo six uiombers of tho Allianoo now voto 'nnossoo militia must bo poorly pUc.l In Coino b.tndi of an olfioer for ool. Icoiljn. nl o'ico and theroby hivo on thn kind of laws enacted tin spocchcR in Ohio, ono being in for him for tho high ofllco of Gov., icipliiiod, badly domorlizod or cost. ruciu wb.it I ny. Lserably oflluorcd. UUf dor it. JOHN WtTTlNO Cincinnati, for Gov. Campbell. ernor! OK. MAN, ICY., i'tiiu:ii4. vn:vr suonT. ovit xuiMir.Mt: Jiutur.s. Judges Pryor, Lewis and lien iii"i rrotrrl lor t'nllrit Mnlr Wlirnt Uri.Mrr. uett, of tho Court of Appeals, art, 17f7"K r, 4- - vv uu T,-- tr JJtviy , O i " n f.T IfflSJ I 'I jPnid Up Capital a40,MW.OO. ybnYTiusIiii'ss''' Solicits , 1 Iff r'"T JOII W. (IMU.II.I, l'rr'l. . r. JOIINMH, L.tilir Wi oilbr rtio most Miior'nl to our Customed. Conslstciit wjth lCstnlillslicil liiiiikiug i'liuulpiet.. n..l can-vict- 0. IIAlh'ZElt, R.T. TYLER, FA K I S, DIRBCTOSS. .I.W.POWELL, V. A K II CC K, Jr Attoriiry-Gmera- m "ifi-c- TTf iLsaaaaaaaa A. A. J. lt.lt. BREVARD, W. CO W G I Ms. .,,,,',. c... HeJT .1-- V.jf, COWOILL'3 For for Iew: Fraltuie Star E?S SALVS. Full Stock of 1'TRMTt'UK, ct.iiMeting of t&'Fet JB- Neuralgia and ltl.riiiiiatin, thecou-fossedl- COWQILL'S WZASSL OIL - For Piles, COWOILL'S PILE OIKTMENT. Ihd Room Wi Setts, arc also Foldiny Loini(jcs prt-jare- Centre 1 Tables, llGckiuy Chairs, to tin ill a (trasses, r. nl! Kind-- , JST" Tor Teller aim iiingworn, first-clas- s COWOILL'S TZTIEB OINTMENT. Worm W For SA Worms, CcvrstU's Ploasost Syrcp OK TSFA CTIOS O UA HA ATA Kt TUS MOXKV KKFUSUKD. XEtSILiaE1!. WORK. ill bifire ait CABPBITTBSSl BRO'S, (ino us a luiMng (.lur jiritr-- . as li as the luwi'M. ' of For Sale by Ibe Proprltor, . COWGILL & COWGILL, I It V J M . C 1 M'l'M, Hickman, : : : Kentucky. -- 1 1TEW INSURANCE AT AGENCY - Ait'l I )iinl v in - I a full lino of Insurance Companies Life, Firo nnd Accident. Ho solicits your business. OlUco iu Lnelcdo block. J. HICZMA1T. F. ROYSTER now represents A. W. LINDSAY, a t-- L 1 ,.i. iiuui '- 'VHTfVic .."? jL"5L2T-iSiiLtK- 4 ., -- i.....; u, ui-a- J , Attornoy-H10K.MAK. QZi a w, rl', K. -OILS, MiataaaHMijw & Bsw4mm m fjsatsfcsjteymi ":""w" CSIt. m KY. I .... nib rilKSOUIITIONS A .SPECIALTY. tmmmmmmmmm K o. Murrvll, ... 'awrmmmmmmivm0mmmmm ... I e l TVTt space to name all articles, but no trouble lo show goods. J, Come and see, at the corner of Troy I and Moicot Arenue. East Hick mm, Ky ' Family Groceries. V. DTESTKLDIMN tT? i OL.D DEEl4lABX3S!" aSrndld Stick rf ihe very beil leakes cf a:l VI dJ. cl Keejii -- 1 1tni-t- r G. H. Efinger, 5utor lo .'. 1 .sKSMitagasaa 'try HAnOWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, AJ'Ht Al &t. 1 l.tUIItIIvS. Books aijd Stationery, Hickman, : : : Kentucky. Nt)T KBIT IN bTOCK, order- rd on riiiiet. Stationery of nvery variety and style PHl. Also, agent for the leading newspapers of the United Slat. nLlch are eSrrsd al ONK t'lUCi; anj tbat ibo lowest Ibe market ! jusll'st. ss rrpifff nl.i) ! I TOOKS au-t.in- ii. II I 1 tooiiixir HERTWEGK, CO sl J2pooiil1:3r BALTZES OI All goj.ls guaiatilrrd to ! He-cau- ar(u-me- fen-al- or u... Qllt-nim-mo- .".ltWi i'iu A. P. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. )o( dunr, or on JC lltarksiiilthltix W'ngons, &c. Horclioelng .1 specialty. I also kevp a full line of Coniiiion, "I 1VK MK A Til I AT. when you want & , G9 n fi I MANUI'ACrimi.Ui 10 CO TIIK CKI.b.. ATKj y cili-to- rs d l. Courier-Journa- d rr - nut Collins ami Cae, which can I "tied u i 011 abort notice, and at reShonalde ptices. Oivc me a call. JOT 8lio. mat the Jail. iiiHy'J.V8H Oocdc, Undertaker'sSolid lllack and Ro0(h1, Wal- i 8 TA1UJ 'X'lll-- W'Elflr A TrvY W 4! ffl ATCT 9 . i - ILILNOIS CENTRAL iiic:kma.:nt. icitsttucic-vEonto. . "-- -:'. -- "" 1 ,,? JtAILROAD! Tho Popular and Proforrcd miles abort- Quicker In lime ami sixty-on- e er than any other llirougli car lino between STEPHENS & TYLER, well-founde- . DK A LEXIS IS HCKIMAN, KY,, and f SjtltnJiJ Equipnmtt Majnifictnt Coachti I J'ullnwn llutftt Slreptrtl Traint Attcuyt on Tint I I ,,.. 1 ... "," 1 !"", P ""H-Klck 4 NEWORLEANS LA. Furniture aud Uiidcrtakcr'soods, earrynruiliirat We are offrrrii; ill crailf s ot Plain, Mmlltim anil Fln Fiirnltiim nt n chmntJoi-Seta- , i'"" .... I ik THRO UGH PULLMAN BUFFET TO SLEEPERS -- ... IMU'iiir.:' d Wardrobey Hue. Memphis, Tcnn., From all points, thence tia Ibe SHOUT LINK, Illinois Central It. It, lo New Orleans, La., ami Jackson villo, Fin. DON'T MISTAKE THK HOl'TKTO prr ,0 lH'"' pfWaiuF tsyilrtalr.-. lowe.t. tlmr,r choirs. Ronkorn, Tnliloa, nuronun, WnHhotnntls, Mnttrosoos, Oprlnss. Eto ."i"t wouruiic:..ue Illveu.u ln..l 'ii.-- catlf filiirM prlf rs, Wa imU Wo ouit a large linnet W una Job Worl. a v Unilortnlloru' i i'lt. im Iw.i.nnu' el. OO'Jiln and illteouut all compollllou Mv'.alnollur'ul Cues. III tots "X? aia CJAV.IIOU.MA, I'l.OJtIIKl antl TUX AM roi.Ms. 8e THE OLD EELIABLE. tbat your Tickets read o?cr the llli nola Central Itailroad. A oil. GRAB. A. HOLCOMBE, Dealer in Take Notice! AUENT8 I'OH IT. lo II. For further Information, apply U. WI'.UII, I'assVr Ac't, A O )- KN.U'P, Ass'tOen. Pitssiuger Ageul, Meiuplile, Trim. A. II. HANSON, Uoul 1'asa'r .Si T'kl Ag'i, CbUailo, 111. J. Mm, MEDICINES. PAINTS AID DYE-STW- BXXCSCMAN, KY. t O O .". PRESCRIPTIONS QAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. CL-- jjT mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmg2TMUmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm .glMaw. jft)ttjiaumjmmatmmaam. . Misallllisaaaaaaasaaaaaaaaallsaaasaisaaails Wf 'LjkZkaBBitajUimiBBBVBBhBBaBBBBBaBBBBVn 3S00saVsaaaasaaMianaiaiiLaaaaaaaaPe 1 IH W in Our Stock O R L D'S H FAIR! M Bt Wmm "' MLT II M W wnm mnorMMDft Pi!9SCWiKtSiejBK!IWi KKIBSSRSSaKg Our Patrons, who like to have, and will have, the latest in everything, cannot fail to be gratified when they visit our counters, on which arc displayed the superb assortment of Km ew e 41 bt(ii) BTDriiiff Tliat can make it, Cash sj S i is as full and complete as the IjO'VIT' Knllreait Time Tabic. Till r N. i n tv nil it, i f u. u. ui if. u. anltivrs J, u.in r. Tr.la S. Tlala Sii, il. nr Nt, PRICES np "IPit -- and we cheerfully invite inspection for comparison with competitors,' and will welcome purchasers with "Wo ana on bummer Hctv ESxiliilDitioxx 2 f- c- 4 uooas i 8 IXTID H SteSl Sb IS1F4 s. sii TBfe1 ras-- J F'A.IR DEIALIKTO. H. ELLISON BROS, (SUCCESSORS TO A. A. DAVIS,) J. O cs BARRY, EC i ii.iii r. Tl.lii o. M. ) in a niaket clore connection with Hie L. A X l .MeKentl going north, nJ with Ike N. N. A Ji v. at I'aducah June-lio- n going norili and the Newbrrn ecom. iiinlallcn itolnt ouih. Ihii ro, it, GENERAL I NMNE AGENTS Smitl?, Illisoi 0 ?o. z OFFER, THIS WEEK, ' " LOCAL NEWS. .Mr. U Eire, Tornado, Marine, Xifo and Accident. , ' ' j?TTna wigaiB, winis, bubs, ao Old A Jp 0cr 3XT s C3r The pureil nakeaanil handi down will, typhoid fever. Drew Lilian, uenr Mob-w- Total Aoseta'of Companie8 Represented Bargains in Dress Goods. Bargains in Shoes. - J. V. Harper, Monarch, JfcDryer, Pri'do of Woodford, l'rentlce, 8ilai Jonei, Onckcnhelmer Rye, Lincoln County, anil ibe Pepir. paving 72 to M Hickman wlii'at huyorn nro cidu. Mn.it Incllnm upward, A rnllroml from raltlon. Mo., $240,000,000.00. fcj 0FF1CK OVKB HIOKMAS 1JANIC. PRICES KESONALEa,ACCOnDING TO QUALITY AD AGE. certainly, trap Ma, Trim,, li now said to bt a Bargains in Underwear. . (Jiilnln. raeka tb nrr 1 ei, "C. C C. Cr. Uln Chill Cur" recka Malaria and CM1L. No eur, no pay Bold bjr 0. A. Ilolconib Hickman, CO UNCI li I'KOCKUDIXGS. IIickwan, Kv., July 21, 191. Council rnel. I'reienl SIyor Cowfill, k Counellmtn 1'arker, llainagt, Huilth, and llrown. Tlit miaulea of the Unt rtfiilar nmllag were read, approted aad aliieil. xt.uiwio. u.MVr The folttwlni aecounta wire preienled properly approved, which, on motion, welt allowiil, and cbrckt orlered inueil for the aintunla: 15 Htitil pay roll week ind. July 1, 9 Krellil on Sewer I'irr, The Nlreet Comnltlet are directed to eiamlne llit gravel pit and aicerltiu If luRicicnt (ravel can be txeavaicd fur Ike lre unt ytar'a ma on the alrteii. The inreet Conitaliiloner It diieclril to pro rait Ibt amount du from proxrly ownert on Moecoa- - Avenue for laying down tldtwalk ia frtnt of tbclr leti, and proceed lo collect and pay the lame Into the city Iretaury. On motion, Coiiocll adjourned. llctt-wee- Kentucky. BORROWERS WANTED! Will Loan You Money. i Bargains in Slippers. t Wlieu you nro sleepy, ulcepj win ya art tired, ri; whin you art liuecry, tat. Tlio proHpect for an nbutnlniit eern crsn waa act tr mot promlilng In iblt ifcllon, : Bargains in Clothing. Bargains in Everything ! Trl jMe Jo HAS NOW ON DISPLAY AN UNSURPASSED LINE OF Quito n uumlier of nililltlomil vl.llarial CusaU' Hprlnc reglitertd IbL wttk, aad gay tint nptrttd. "Wliero li the money roiio !" bol. a tlrrl talker. "Way, lo lh Kly. lg.Jeanv,'' aniwercd lb until U,y. II. M. WiIhoii, of Obion COUU-t- PATASLE IX K0NTHL7 DHTAIUOITI. IIm from fifty. tight tianda of from J,M)0 la '1,000 pound, of lionty tiu.ll. t ln u. Mr. who born and in Hirkman contiljr, dltd at hit bomt mar Clinton lbt John Roan, npoil 00 year, rall nk. If you have lwulit land, and yet owe on II, take tomeaharee In the Hickman Uiill.llnc and Loan Aieoclatlon, and you can borrow the montv. to L nald In lutnlhly Inilillmtnli, your note never due until your iharei are malureJ. If you own the land, and want lo build a reildence, clear, or olherwlje Improve, Ibli AMoelallon will loan you the money. If you own a town lot, ami want lo bull!, ibli AmocUiIoii will fund h you Ibe money. 1( you wiot lo economize, lave np money for any purpose, take lharee In llill AiaoeUtion, pay up your itoek moutlily, fcr It li not only tafe, but you can wllb-drait by rUlnr 30 daya no'Ice, getting all your money back and 10 per cent. Come see Iwvr VEEY CHEAP wc will Spring aad Stu&mai M!lJ!aeiy INCLUDING ALL THE LATEST AND MOST Sell Yott Goads tMs Weefel It will be Money in Your Pocket! Fashionable Novelties! WOULD HE GLAD TO SHOW SAME TO ALL WHO FA VOU HER WITH A CALL. MAY Mnydi'liI linn ngitln lot tlio Confor building altrweraa, ibli tlmt lo liulivlllt arm, tod Ike work lo be-A lir.t, in 30 day t. w I. McCUTClIEN, C.C. IHr Hurpilii. on our Remnant Stkayki). A sucklliiK ninro Coutitur lo clone) nut tlio hiiiiiiiiit mult coll. lUturn to Ibli ollict and lc .1. AMIlKlto'n So.NH. jjooiJh. rtwardtd, Attmitioii In rnlleil to tlio A full supply of Fishing Tauk-le- , tvltndiJ iki.wU of Ik Karnrrt and Mrrekanl.' N.tlon.l lUnk, of IIUkmn, l'olfs, vic nt D. K. WtKHON & Co'h. f ubllebtd In ibie leiue. Plea. Tuylor nayii tlmt Dick Tlioro is to ho it rousing Dom- eta l nvmt far fiili llitn tiT oilitr oeralie rally, barbecue and picnic al rntn lb Ibt Malt, and tan prove it lij I. llrldpr. Ibli county, on italur-ileII. Pijtnlaod It. K. Mill. I Auk lit, Ktl'orli art Mur, made lo At tlm MotlioillNt Cliurcli, tbuln diatini;ulihvd Democratic epeaVert dlin?e The Ptmocraiia nyuil-nerundajr iuornlix l II o'aUck, W, frm for mre lobe Monnfj will iierb a tfrmon oo "Strrlet pretenl, Ibt ltla1ati(rt atewill divide Han. Henry Ueorce of .Sodj." Kftrjlvl; InvlirJ. (iood muiic, lime wim i.it comceiiior aavat. Dr. Clanly, the Alllnnco tenil- - oo ilinner, (00J apraker aan.lFiiliVn a. a for and liui t rrt, iaJ U'r candidal for (Inrrrnor, It lo rancemenl far tract in Smitl;, Elisor; 9 ' o. . Inlrreil. Yoj mini lake thl Hock on or before the 3rd Tbnriday in Augunt, '1 o'clock, p. in, for llit booki clove on Ibat day and Ifiir "PRE Hickman, : DEAL" GROCER, : : : ': Kentucky. llr Thli la no eittrlmcnl. It liai been in operation now IB moiilba, and you can talk 10 hundredaof our boil cltlteotwbo' Wil-llnb- y, ' will you Ibe faeli. Tor further Information, call at the ' COt Itir.H OKr'ICE and ee the Secretary.) lll ll. ei l" ,,1", , KO'erniiy. Hint alio iina ;uiiuiimi-mu .mi- in l'uiiiiiiuu li appolnlrd Conimltiltnvr of Allien!-tu- r Hickman county Urmncratt. An Immtnut Iiuitry btifilncps,an(l is ill tecicv-in- g now crowd etpecled, and everybody Invited. bjr Got, Join Voun tlrown. n well selected stock of now Tho Tcniiossco riiluorH Ilnmtiolilt, Tehii., tnm In hiic- conHen bai trfn tht eentalion p( the week and beautiful Spring Goods, rrnful tipfitllun a tuitndr ftrlorr, llit The lialcli of State nilliila turrendtr sisting of the latest style of Hals, flril lok of wliltk li jui Ikhi ln Trimmings, and all tho latest ed,audwere ahlpped back wllhlbc crraxJ id l!i liuilnte cnlaitd, lo Knoiviile. nurronndts) by luuo Novelties in tho Millinnrv lino. llnvoyoiiBtiliHrrllieil fcirnlock weii.ariut. miner, mt eurrenjer wi TIlOSO Goods Hill lit! marked down In llit i'f rnira of Ibt lllekman Uulld tie lowest possible prices, and Ib( ami Loan AmocI.iIou? If nol, louk o mllllaiy ciimpinlti to Inclr nilp, bul t0 respeolftilly asks all to cnil unit halted iliem at Knoiviile for lack of lo tour own Inlrrtil and do al oatt. Iborllv. The Indication, ycte rday, were eXitmilie, 1.11(1 buy. TllO No llt of oiftlmrnlinr (urlbcr wlirn ndji.it- Ibat ide atl.lr would be HATS OF FOIt.MKK STOCK, "0 UC. Orlaln OlilllCtirc liRuaranlrtd ed, and an eilr aaon I'ttfefallr of the Tennenee lo curt Chlllt and Ktrtr. tnd It dell jblful foilbwilb lo arranfi 601110 of Which IUO beautiful pat- Uflitalure called lo Itkt. Slid b; U. A. Holemiilx. terns, rioh nml costly furnishings, iht convict ineiilon. -- Mr. Snm Wlilte.Jr., nml Mister, ,ul "C1t wl" bo Tho Fulton Fultonlan classes Bo111 fl,0," MU l.lllir, of llrook.tilU, rioridt, l.o Marlon Shuck, near Jordan, il.ecbiuiploii COs, to close OUt. titllliij; their l.lrr, Mr., llo, wbest srowtr o ibia county, he bavlnp; bafr llnblitrd, for .tetral wetkt pad, retumeJ ' Five cltizOIIS Of CnlloWlty drown it) biltbtlile Hit acre on AOaciea. lion Tuetdtjr nlbl. And Ihey do cay lliat much aballered an I county, Ed llrown, VValler Strader, John It ai the largrat yltld re- - J Mcadcr, Dick Kavei and J T It in me, -- Columbtifl (a aoon to vote on wai Inal I a. Tht Iriendly conl-- l li U- - nrre drowned In tht Teiiue.tcv titer, last Ibt fraJrd ekal opMiln, Il carried porli-hhuek, an In lk till tltclloo, lilt It la now held iween Marion and Otpt llill lo tht extentI Saturday, while lelolnj;. mutual frlindi art involved . thai It mint earrjr j a niajorltjr of all tht o( aod blb a(in and no A Noted Qonoral. rjinllfifd and heaoe Ibt oeeeiwltjr . ; an actual mrvf v of aereaje II demamle-I, ,v0,t(, Ton, ,,00j rurIfi,r fcr anotber tltcllun. T and appetiie? n.ak nK rrwos.blc " Umon Chill Tonic Maud, eliargeJ thai rital( IlUOIC IlUOrt' ill tlio jilnco lo go ihalltr. And further, il It j , e0cr,eil b, nonr, Rt!ti to Inivo your eyeR tcatoti nml llttetl one ironi ioe roo'HT lann 01 Jornan, warrc i -- titaw ,hm iiitiui va viiv. . .,.. ,....., " i,., iut7 ui tliv I'lavet cnarg ebUrcbea In Paduoal, lava.-- "I lake idea, frtat lamest ol lanu exiftt, aianaa to Spoctiiclca of nil kinds. 8:12 ed iini miitiiM'iMii aiwayco, line re In recommendlnK I.emon Chemical Co Cottonwood I'olut Is corlniii Lgvi'l of thlt day) with one buihel ol I have uied il In my family with admlrn-mtawlili Ihitoleran promiae ibat Ibe tit retiill etpeclally In caio o( continued tn iliiluck pines for llit Kramer Olilo. proloiind clillla will, a child. Children lake ll which waa (rounded tbtrt for attcral aid merobaiil wa. to kitp It Ililh laouea are lobe itllltd by otll ib0 leaal opiwililon." Manufactured tlm tunk tliere on her latt trip up, by The l,,,,,,,,, tftemfctil Co., Jackionvlllo, wlntsr. anil a abort time aflrrwtrd ibe terse arbitrator!. ' Ha, and N. Y. Weitern wholiialo depot " " " troke Iter thafi Ibert. t'aditcah, Ky , where all ordera otould he Tlio iiowHpnpcr sunplIcH tlio ''1'rJ"''1- - I'flco 60c. For tale by Cow. Hvln left Hickman, I deilre tn lay lo gin towglll. which awl(t channel of ptililicll lnoad, accaptod a ilia part of rtitrlly, mid lm my many frlcnlt that I cnicri mm " wilh l. J Oliver. (yee.Ky., j on flotl jrour I'onle upon II 7011 art mire poilllon bt glad ta havo them call on and mc, SlOW tllV NctUtllOrC. la dull wouM of quick return. AdttriMni wbtru tbrv will alwayt bt treated rlihl, liaie. I an anchor cat! lo wlnd"rd. , KUtlENENAYI.OIl. Itfuieifiilly, Tbo Miwlialppi Valley Route will, for If you want puro whiskies or lit graml Annual Kxcurtlon to Ibe tea, winn, in any iiuanllt;, go lo II. J. lUrry'e Shootino. tell llcktla from I'aducah Junction, Tonn , Fkohaiha' Vou etn depend on falling I'tehanKt. occurrr.1 at a ntRro picnic it , 0M PoB Couiforl nnd hjr the AiliRieiill tho intkt or inalll rcttira at the jou mm lug, and al rtteoiitblt prlem. The ahiiek'a Swlloh, fltturdar Uil, In which ,uw u;i,;5o. Tiok.it will bo sold ctlrhraltd MoHrtr, Mooarob, and elhtr llill Carltr (ol.) wa.ihol an.l prob.bly Pilue,h juncllou x duo braudl. paaicu mioi OJf) . m Aug. 4th, and 0:29 p. m,, Aug. la at r wouni lea. uno m Mr. Itobt. DoiifiliiBH hns re the liip joint, from tht renr, and another 4th, and limited returning to Aug '.Tib, 0mdH tba bakery on Kentucky Street, truck lu (lie bream. It la the fint 1891, iuelniive. Tbe tickeli will be good n baker, Iiull which wnt conilJercd danreroui, the and fimilojrol Ibo going from Loulivllle, Ky., on ipeolal (lunaaekcr, and U ready to itrte Ih pub-lidelWcrril lo any wound In the lirtait not Wlnj terioui. train compoied tf elegant eoaebei and In (hat lino. Dread Alexnndtr, nml Louit Tollman tlteptrt, leaving ibat city nt rl of tht oily. Hpteiat attention lo or- Pett Ilogue, al Markt am churgid with Ihu thoollna;. t'elo llLI.'i uoon, WednrMlay, Aug, otb, and run der (or plcnlct, parllet, Ac via the C & 0, roil If, ivhloli paim thro' lloin.i la yd at Urite, and Markt was Dr. Wnterfinltl, tho I'rohlhl-lioand blaexamininc trial held beforo the mihllmo eanona and primeval wilder-Dbeer it Julgo Naylor, Wediietday eveniu(;. llo orator of Taducab, tiyt of New ltivcr, paaalng While Sulphur e cbtaier llun water, and refert to wai btdd loauiwer before the next Clr Sprlnga and crosalug the Alleghany and In prore It. It ll doolnr ntt cul Court. Hill Carter, Ibo wounded man, lllue itidgo Moiiulnina aud the beautiful raltt sail. Be, I with Hit prceent rapid iruwlli of waa unablii to appear aa a wltueiii, but hit Shrnnndoiih ami Piedmont Valleyi, raducali Dial lit waiila lo teropt all tlio declaration wua taken, in which he doclar-ceurouto u marvelous continual turroumllng country to locate Ibere? dial IIokuo nnd Markt did Iht ahoot panorama, nnd with uniurpaMtd hotel lnS. Markt dcuiet, alleging that only acromniodnllont at rcatohahlo rnttt. Comploto lino of tho exlulcl on hla pari, nn I hit demrf hilhltig, nnd tho numerotit XTI!OirSK',( HHOS' I'h'h'-FEU- friemlabip nial iatupported by aome rotored witntai. ocean and other nllractloni al Old Point FIVTIXG A'A'II' HF HI SO ca. Ilogut aud Carter hail had a previom Cimfoil. Virxlnla Ketch. Ocean View. dlflicully, and au old grudge it It iaU Cobba' ltland, etc. A raro and enjoyable at , exiited between them. llcktli are lummrr Jaunt I asaureJ ItALTZKR "fc SltAW. lr .old for the day train on Aug. Iih to MA'nEETWECK, sum. Tho wertthor thus far this Iboie io dealring lo atop over nnd MR. vjajt LouUvlIle on going trip. Stopover cool, but thli mer bat been comparatively young man, A rroniialng and aprlghlly condition oannot e relied on lo continue. died, nl tho home of hit mother, in thia ... nv n, ilnt nn C. & O. Ilallroail will Im A alnglo week of really hot wenlher will Wedneiday, 'J'.'ud lint , at 1 o'clock, granled on return trip within extremo develop an cxeeni of nniloim gcrmi anJ city, p, in., ol typhoid fever, aged about 'il lliu l or ucaeii. runner miormaiion. taiet Ibat will thow their elTccli In the yearn. He bad been recently employed on til ken ami tleeplng car ipnse aeoured ky health of Ibt community. Therefore, the iltamtr Ohio, and about one week ago "applying lo ageul ".Mlsihulppl Valley cltan up your preniUli nd keep them waa left oil' al home bceaun of hia Uoute," clean. He) had every atleutlon poniblt On our Iloiuunut Counter you after reaching bomo that an ntret'llooale NOW TEY THIS. will 11 nil some of tho host Sltoes mother, kind relative aud good phyai. oould give, but Ibo dlteaao had ob. li will eot rem nothing and will utrely nml Slippora over sold in this cian loo elrong a hold. He waa n younn lalntd do vou good, If you have n Cough, Cold, or Iohu thiiu half prieo. town, for with Throat, C'liwt or l.ungi. man of gentlemanly doporlineiit, 'good 7:liMw J. AMiiHna'ri Sons. morula, and proiniied lo be nn excellent nnv trouble Ni'w Diiouvery tor Loiimiuip i)r Klni t It Coimhi Tho Fulton Graphic lenrna olllicu. Hluooru Hyiupalbiei uro extend- H, ,n. rollof. or mid Cold will guaranltnl to ho paid back money ..v. that Mr. ricorco Habb will brinx a 'breach ed to lilt relative!. u.iir.r- - frjin U llriuro found II juat tb n Mr. (leor( of promlie mitt" it.t.... iul uudcr id ito kad n iiicolr ""'I Collin neo llmco. It la an unwritten law Try tamilB lioitlo at rufioi recovery. learn for yuumtlf Juat Ihnt a woman niay change livr mind as and On tho tltlli !nl., Mr. Uufut Jamci to our e'i-uoften ai the will in audi matU're,nnd man Trd-In Uiltlci freo how cood a tiling it mint iiibmit lo the iIucIiIpm, and from Out Cnltrvll. lu.t., I". V. Luug lo InaM, nil' A II lamb's Drui; Sloro. Lirgu alio On the which there It no ajiprjl viccpt to lonie tJ . . Miss Moi.i.ik Jvnci: resnect-- l fully nniiouiiees to tlm ladles, mid . at at Millinerv Novelties t 1 I A I citll Our Slock is complete in all lines, and neiic ill If! wo respectfully SPRING A1TD SUMMER flt" Goods Delivered "Free of Charge. ATTENTION, FARMERS! Great Reduction in Prices ! Oliver Chilled Plows, and Avery and Roel-ke- r Steel Plows, and other Farm Implements, at reduced prices. A Large and Fresh Supply of Farm Seeds ! 3MC- - invito tlio Public to call ami jmlgo Our for themselves tu to Quality, Price, &c. u -- u- .' m f 1 rTI ' iraaiaiags, -- White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Gloves, Hosiety, Parasols and Fans, arc the very latest. IdiliPH, Miwes ami Cliildren's OXFORD TIES ami SHOES, from the e.lioaw.-- l to tlte llnest Ciu.toiii-n.iu1- o Uooils. GENTS' FUUNISHING GOODS Hat.s, Cbw. Tics, IIan;l- CLOTHING, tlio kercliicfi,, &c, nml a largo htock of ItEADY-MAD- E Latest Cut ami Lowest Price. A good quality of IB- - SHA Fatus -- 7I7-- ttn ' READ! READ! READ! And then come lo SALE AND LIVERY STABLE no me, and I will 8CLIi YOU XmpIemeLts J. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, & Paiikek, STREET n.r. bick-down- i, " -" ,,, , I ....,. FAMILY GROCERIES,always on hand ami at price to suit the times. - Doors, Saslt, Minds, - Mouldings, i, Paints, Oils, $c., FREE to any jmrt of the city! 'c, " 1 conslantly on hand for hire Tiavirei sale Cheaper than you can buy them eWnhere. nORSES, BUOOIES and HACKS. 1 am HciiVnttcr, for STEHI, NAIUS, Having pnrcbascd the stnble, horiet $2.40 per krg. and entire outfit of W. 1). rinmmer Ileadqoerlera for FLOUII-"Cont- ent. ment," full patent aa good as can be wep'oposeto continue the bailum, and made out of wheat. 1 guarantee every solicit patrocaco barrel at reprnen led, or 1 will give you .limit, Fira and KENTUCKY K EEFB an u dt lt with-lecre- as cheap as any retail house can sell them. your money back. .TIC'K! '' 7 ar Goods bought of us will be DELIVERED Attention, Fnnncnt! Come lo ite me, and I will tell you And get your Blacksmithiug Kepnlrmg done at and general ho J. Do AMBERG'S SONS. a Standard Sisal Binder Twine, to bind your wheat, and for LAUD OIL, to oil your Hinders with, nt Can you beat that 7 "JOc per gallon Fnlrbanli Extra nlHJe r Wlnltr-Stralne- pound, d J. F. GRAY'S, (Corner of Oh'xon HICKMAN, motto. anil Eithange Slretlt,) KY Pricca. O Tlu'CNlici'iiii'ii ! (loot! Work atRock.bottom My Fatal dlr r. (f ,, ,,, lllllllllllllllllta) tkm&a Bank, Hickman, Ky., " ,0 Statement of the at Bnaltiraa Jimt) IIE80URC1. Uev Advertisements. Ceiug ilirralierniHii, myrtlf, I know what tlireiliormcn need A big lot of flrub nnd no Ickj of feed. My tlock ronaltiaol fcsT.IIIIX nonK ,i tpecinlty.-BSJOHN K. URAV. garble Works, KY. Fair Warning I All thoie knowing Ihemtelvei Indebted to tbe late firm of Wall & Oliver, Cayce, Ky., will pteaie come forward and tellle at once, with 1. J. Oliver, at Ibe atore. The buiineit mil. I be tettWd. II yon are owing ibe firm, I mean VOU. 7:ti4-t- BACO.V, LAUD, Hemp anJClum PACKING, TIN GOODS of all kloJij Lace Leather and Leather Good of all Mode. Couie aud tee how cheap I cm (U you up. 1 Kill Mil tht Old Reliable ''Heilman. o .p. Pltt) .he rtO. SO. '!. r FLOUR, MEAL, TATERS ami CORN, rjickman HICKMAN, 1 B. C. IiAMAGE, OKALKa III ,,1 dlrconu Furniture and FU n lhl ef t. v, lcl 81,071 13 :i,:wj.v'j r.uoo.oo S.7M.80 , f P. J. OLIVER. Urle" waler-work- lw ther bankt, iccej W,"' . l32I 'M .180.08 a well-know- n T CLorjihva j Mr. HoM. Danglaat hit llit 40,0(1 W n.l.l corner llakery, on Kentucky ttreel, and Ott rX.rnAU "ii 2.WJ' i hat Id hia employ tbe well. known baker, WPTS i. nn. nn demand, 'ifi 00i Ioult Uunaacker. Freth llrrad every 'r C8.Vu 48,701 day, and delivered lo any part of the city. 17,417. i Special attention given to ordera for I'io B that damlea, rartlei, So. Alto, line or 110,24121 buW Ao. 7:21 . lmvi-vC. JOHNSON, Cashier. tob LlAUILITIIiS. noi.'ji Bread i-' BAKERY. Delivered to Order. Uonrec-oneriet, tin of PLOWS, Ac. Come anJ see me, at DOUnLE-SHOV-EL- Italian and Auebioan Marbli monuments, tomb and oravk 8TONE8. Oayco, DR. S. K. Kentucky. DAVIDSON. KFSTUOKY. HAVING pared to fill all orders. Call aud examine mt work. Orders from the country promptly filled. In stock, a fine lot of Italian Marble, 1 am pre- ... ' DR. PHYSICAN AUD SURGEON j. A.. FA.RIS - KENTUCKY IIIOKMaS, HICKMAN, ol fiUet rretldenl. ol r'tnil aworn and 11. nlok-nci- i. realdeoce place. It contain about ttfi about l acre in orcnaru, conim- r Applet, rears, reacliea, 1'luma, le4, (irapri, etc., all choice fruiti. litem anl well, nnu nil necetiary Office, Clinton 81., Laclede Ulock, Idinct. Convenient lo tho College. doPS L will ha mala iaiv. Fur other IJIOKMAN, KY. lnforlion eal on r addrela. liU d in Will attend promptly lo all bulnr 'I'llM llll.I.OM. Sit. raiPKlfullr annoiineea .ilBcunm mchl4'!)0 7:171 trusted to hi. care. Hickman. Kv. li vo and cuilouitra, and the he K that.... .lia relurned lo t ati.l fpttdK I 'or CukIi C0 lo before me tnie , . CUf. TYLKK, womry i nunc 'or Sel1 ! Olllce ovor Cowfill & Uowgill'B hlsl'rofenloual Services to the cltliuue of Ilickuau aud vicinity hiilU.'SC Drua Storo. .Hg. YOUNG Uinlrmonl ... Attorney - at - Lai3 BonU'You Forget 'V II A 'V It! Mstl1 Witting VIIH Mt'Mt Only lilAICu'll'JIK i itttttttttttttttttLl ithcr ivoiuau. Dowdy. lWc.udl,w ilnrrlf QK0013KIKS pbla linuvn.iand, next door In Hie tnnco (r( be will bo pleated uppoliiidi and acqualnlancea, out rt'iu litem irem tooun m uj Indlm'jii Uiujbt etaCwUerc. Tlioliaoii litis luilud ilowu iiriuca, nml Is Rollinc lnuerios ho low, Ih that lie biiya rna!i anil suIIh for ciish. Call roul nmi teat tlio dlfleronco that I). 11. Ilrvniit R.E. CONNELLY& Dealers in DRY GOODS AkHortmont if Kutimt Connelly, Jventlckv, GROCERIES, AND Country 1'roJuce of all kltuli taUou in fir Good. Cub price piid for GROCERIES IN HICKMAN! A lijodj Tn lt botwocnl.jjii pricca nml creillt iiricou. l 1:1U;'U1 .ilU.ud. f If life. 1J.IJ.'J0 UlVi; III.lt Ij UltVv.rid Jiiy pirl ut tin; TUIAhl CU i. L, ' a A - ll i. ! "i ' '. a T' J . i I j a. " tC ' il ' aH m BaPBWtWffffZEjtjTiai WW .U 7 ...-'- .. ' 'TriiTiii 'ill-- aSSft ...:'lJi.l... lWMttlWi iwii ilwilMil -a- ,.-''..- ...mvttr J ? - ..iHtuVj I -- ,, l;fBWST""r , J. T.iJMl "fT sw ': 4 izrzT.'T-TT-- - IrtfciirtWWbJiiiti-J:.... rT -- .'.-.. wmrnMumsrwwttmn& ri'T-- ; nv .". . J-.- -.. .". ' , . ' - . if ... UP-CE- , i , - 1.. M- -. Jt' f Tf f K3IITY TllO 13 THE CRADLE. Ilulf Iiittlo Shoo Io Only Worn Oat. TIiom slmlt lln Mliil llrraii.n Tlir rit liy Itei. T. Mill ll I'.inptj" IloMItt TlinKr, I). II. .- r ate vncnnt chair nt the king's banquet?'' "Tho fact w as that David, the w arrior. lind been seated for the lnst time nt his a table. Tho day before rocklng-chalr- . Jonathan had coaxed David to go and "Oh, pshaw!" you say. "There s occupy thnt place nt tho table, saying of my text. nothing in that; I'm flvo hundred miles ' to David in tho words oft" from w hero I'm th"Thou shnlt bo missed, because thy seat thousand miles I was. born;tho chnn.li from will bo empty." Tho prediction was whose bell was off first music I ever tho fulfilled. David was missed. Ills scat re can was empty. Tnat ono vacant cnair heard." I your not help thnt; you mother's rocklng.cbilr; spoko louder than aU tho occupied too near "Oh," you say ' there" c.vn'yCe anychairs nt the banquet hasVenvn-can- t "" In almost cycry house tho articles of thing in thnt; that chair a great w hlle " I ian rot help furniture take n living personality. That picture a stranger would not seo that; It Is all tho mightier for tiat It Is that vacant ra Micr'a any thing remarkable either In its de- omnipotent sign or execution, but it Is more to you chair. It whispers; it speaks; it neops; than all tho pictures of the Louvre and it carols; it mourns; it prays; it narns; the Luxumbourg. You remember who it thunders, A young man went off W.UAKnilCOS bought it and who admired it And and broko hismothor's heart and ulillo ho was away from homo his mother Rrfiakfast (Iopm that hymn book you remember who sang out of it And that cradle you died, and the telegraph bri tjrUt tho m whero remember who rocked It And that 111 son, mid he camo Into he ro blc you remember who rend out of It she lay and looked upoa her U. c, and And that bed you remember who slept ho cried out: "Oh, raothor! mother! in it And thnt roomyou remember what your life could not Ho your death CItern who died in it Hut there is nothing in shall effect This moment I glvo my nil your house so eloquent as tho meant heart to God." And ho kept his promise Another chair. I suppose that beforo Saul and his victory for the vacant c'u r With amld-rooin tho midnight alone. " Talking it all over, and then, hand in guests got up from this banquet thcro reference to your mother, the words of was a great clattorof but my text wcro fulfilled: '.Thou slmlt bo hand, walking up and down in tho Uilm all that racket was drowned out by the missed, becauso thy 6cat will bo light No sorrow s. no tears, no death. Oh, Heaven! beautiful HeavenJ'Heaven voice that came up from the vacant empty, I go on a little further, and I come to where our friends aro Heaven whero chair at the table. Millions havogazed uf jtt nnd wept nt John Qulncy Adams' va- tho invalid's chair. Whtl How long wc expect to bo. In the cast they take 'e. , hnvo you been sick? "Oli, I have been it cage of birds and bring it to the tomb cant chair in the house of reprcienta-fivesnnd at Henry Wilson's vneniit sick ten, twenty, thirty rvesrs''" Is it of the dead, and then they open 'the chair in the vice presidency, and at posslblo? What a story Jof endurance. door of tho cage, and the birds, flying IS bring n Henry Clay's vacant chair in the Amer- There are in m.iuy of tlo families of out sing. And I would it ican senate, and at Prince Albert's va- my congregation thco HvnIMs' chairs. cage of Christian consolation to tho cant chair in Windsor castle, and at The occupanta of them think they ore grave of your loved ones, and I would Thiers' vacant chair in the councils of doing no good In tho woijd, but that in- open tho door and lot them fill nil tho tho Trench nation; but nil these chairs valid s chair is tho mighty pulpit from air with the muslo of their voices. are unimportant to you as compared which they havobcen preaching, all THE LINCOLN LEGEND. with tho vacant chairs in your own theso years, trust in Ood. "at The first time that I preached here at It I lleoomlnc Fanciful With the household. Uavo these chairs any les 'lln- -' Lakeside, 0., amid tho throngs present sons for us to learn? Aro wo any better Awnjr of Tllno. men and women than when they first there was nothing that so much Im To tho younger generation Abraham "I pressed me as the spectacle of just ono Lincoln has already become' a addressed us? l'lrst, I point out to you tho father's face tho face of an invalid who was figure, which, in tho hazo of vacant ebnlr Old men always like to wheeled in on her oha!r.j I tall to her historic distance, grow s to moro nnd Accurate. Durable sit In the same place nnd In tho same afterward: ".Madam, how long have more heroic proportions, but also loses "I tk? chair. They somehow feel more nt you been prostrated?" for she was ly- Its distinctness of outline nnd fenturo. she replied, This Is Indeed tho common lot of popuhome, and sometimes when you are in ing flat in the chair. ADDRESS?J0NES.pay3; itc" their place nnd they como into the "1 have been this way fifteen years." lar heroes; but tho Lincoln legend will room, you jump up suddenly nnd say: I said: "Do you suffer very much?" ba moro than ordinarily npt to become termb. "Here, father, here's your chair." The "0, yes," sho said, "I suffer very much; fanciful, as his Individuality, probability is, It is bu for ho I suffer all the time; part of tho time I BINGHAMTON, incongruous qualities and is not so strong as he once was, nnd he was blind. I always suffer." "Well " forces in a character at the same time ISlQTAfifP needs a little upholding. Ills hair Is a I said, "can you keep your cournj.e trrriml nnd mnstlnrnble. was no unfntif. 98 nm mI" i and his career so abounding in startling Jlttle frosty, his gams a little depressed, ud7 "Oh, ves," she said. for in hla early days there w as not much py; very happy, indeed." Her face contrasts. As the state of society In .lr.N,rl.rrnIlltlf l.i.JItl" dentistry. Perhaps a cano chair nn showed it Sho looked the happiest of which Abraham Lincoln grow up passapparel, for though you any one on tho ground. trrr l(.lrl..l.plr es away, the world will read with InOl what a of irmet to the creasing wonder of tho man who, not mar lini e sujrge&tcu some Improvement, father does not want any of your non- - world, these invalid chairs. On that only of tho humblest origin, but rerrllv Iri., tense, (ranuratber never bad much field of human suffering the trraco of maining the simplest and most unpreOod gets Its victory. Edward I'ayson, tending of citizens, was raised to a notions. admiration for the invalid, nnd Richard Haxtcr, tho in- position of power unprecedented In I sat at the tablo of one of my parish T.f fliers in n former congregation; an valid, nnd Kobert Ilall, the invalid, and our history; who was tho gentlest Tk.ril. aged man was at the table, and the son the ten thousand of whom the world and most peace-lovin- g of mortal, llrv was presiding, and the father some- has never heard, butof whom all Heav- unablo so sea any creaturo suf(tin what abruptly addressed tho son and en Is cognizant Tho most conspicuous fer pang without a in his aid: "My son, don't now try to show off thing on earth for God's eye and the own breast, and suddenly found himNEVER DISAPPOINT. liecauso tho minister Is here!" Your eye of angels to rest on is not a throne self called to conduct th greatest and father never liked any new customs or of earthly power, but it is the invalid's bloodiest of our wars; who wielded the manners: he preferred tho old way of chair. Of these men and women who power of government when stern reso- doing things, and he never looked so are always suffering, but never com lution and relentless force were the or- - J'ri,P"'-H 4t the humor " l" uoumyaaieaioo "nsiblo to gosernor of running y piu.s.ht nm-s- l theso victims of spinal fw1 ft, A Anrr rA IVinr, vnn nn1 m,t. leRuer recovcrcu irom nis amazement happy as when, with eyes closed, he plaining for on tha strength of 11 M iM to eleo, flli.4 g?. T ,bo,, ho fo?n,'( hill they want altered right awar! sat in tho in tho corner. disease, and neuralgic torture, and the popular mind and heart by tho ten- - i at s Z.i H th? ou,tcomo ,, It l 4l. rt .,,, LouU ncpuWic. .. Oo.sl leaf Will ans- der sympathies of his i, From the w rinkled brow to the tip of rheumatic excruciation of. h, J"1 nature: who wa th.?. m PmiVIMION.I-M- ln ,11 IHlSlI .n wk been, and hi of the mar a cautious conservative by temperment wltdored than he the slippers, what placidity! Tho wave wer to tho roll-caThe republicans of Ohio are Juat Lrd. 4 t ani lUain started tho cry that time now busily engaged In an attempt to IH7TTr.K-Ct.n- vnius il.iry . ... I' O la of the past years of his life broke at tyrs, and rlso to the ""jr;- - I aud mental habit, led the mo.t and IS C aal I'rlnie torttolcarreiwerr,.., JJ hlra and his poliuy. The catch the Knights of Labor for MoKln- - AI'l'tRR-f- tr, tho foot of that chair. Perhaps, some- throne, and wUl wave the wartyr's denan(1 SWeeping Toclal rf.volt.Uon of . IW nerbW party nwn. tnrilv at a loss for nnr times he was a little impatient, and palm. Uut when one of theso invalids' rn ,ln.a ...1 .. 1 If alV U I W 1. I j. I.......!.. ptr W(4 y ..kac ....1 .. li-The organisation contains too ltrrATOK.S-v- r A ,., vii wujr, ,.,v, i,icac.nuj 1SsNs l sometimes told the same stories tw ice; chairs becomes vacant how suggestive snrnpli nnii riiRtlr. munnpr Av..n tn tit. lIJnw to say, took up the cry. ,Thi many NK1V YOKIC mon, who know, III . I M t to Puir. . puzzled rcadors took it from tho press which party is tha friend of the nun rl.OU-- Klr but over that old chair how many it is! No more bolstering up of the weary most conspiclous position of that UliAIN-ll.- -tUagrvl d red M fi 1 iS the head. No mora changing from slJo to blessed memoiles hover! as, No. lrr.1 upon himself the scoffs of po- nnd almost before thoy know it Mc- ivho labors for a living to bo caught by tnt "5 .. Tmlt I hope you did not crowd that old Bldo to get nn easy position. party managers found the namo of No mora lite society, and then thrilUd tiem Ni s mix, nr tho soul Klnley on everyone's lips 'and MoKln- - such stuff as the repuldlcau orators and MIxkI Ostt k As long chair, and that it did not get very much use of the bandage, and tho cataplasm, of mankind with utterances of VjL yo "He the old bonchmen dish out -- N. 0. New Delta. I'OKK-N- ew mw ll ') At. Ol wondertl (tt Sk. protesting all ovar N. in tho way. Sometimes tho old man's ana tno proscription. wash-boanfrn S tl,..r..'ll V Taat Invalid's ful beauty and grandeur: who. In his loy himsolf audiblyU.. . !,. 11,11 VI In ! lna 1 .IIV.IU II Sv The democratic movement In th y .I.- - f lU chair gets very much in the way. es- chair may bo folded up, or taken apart, heart tho best friend of the defeated Uio country that IIO ITU, IJIB 11DKTDU' ..... I. . I It Is Pf.OUlt Winter nucAno 4 0) a I i work and inlriili waste. That's pecially if he has been so unw Iso as to or set away, but it w 111 never lose lU south, was murdered because a crazy selected leader of republicans It is No wl U S'i earnest.T "?".. ".. nnd sj with it, and can't be inconcolvable that the met) In tha high In crumbling down republican strong-hold- it queenly power; it will always preach of mako over all his property to his So. Hitimto tpont a i'i what ., s nn... . fcj inn r uiuk mui ils must cruet s. M!(t! at ,. trn-- Na with the understanding that they trust in Ood and cheerful submission. enemy, who. ivlillo iur power, was be"r In long oonstdertil Impregnable. as Onll-I hats what taken Irom it. it was i . J Blaine, Mr V .Mp Sherman, and si The full result of trial McKlnley tariff lt)IIK-M- e. aro to take care of him. I have seon Suffering all ended now With respect ...... i i i Oil m 7w rub, rub, rub, on it thai ruins to that invalid tho words of my text 'iV sectional passion and an ,u'"f "," f on, do not understand the absurdity of ' are not yet como homo to the reck-es- s i.Anri-nUin such cases children croud the old made for. It's the , by llAIlIMOKK. man's chair to the door, and then crowd have been fulfilled: "Thou shalt bo party spirit, and around whoso blor thla curious enthusiasm for McKlnley that wears you the clothes. It's the wash-boarparty responsible for S 0i as a -- . It Into the street, and then crowd it into missed, because thy seat will be empty " this persistent hulling as a savior the t rage on American Industries. that out- KLOUR-fsm- llx 1 Albany W.Q MH out. friend and foe gathered to praise him You don t need ic I pass on, and I find one moro vacant man who moro than anyone else ruined Argus. Corp MUeJ. the poor house, and keep on crowding U It . ...... . which since never ceased to ied A 44i ! It until the old man fell out of it into chair. It is the party. 'Hut they cannot helpthom- a hljh cha.r It do as they have You don't need that, cither. You Away with wash-da- y Tha republleuiis lu Ioivo aro bolt- i.aiiii greatest Americans selves. They have nothing ono a r CO ti is the grave. and nobody ing their ticket by tho hundreds, Tliey POItKMess. the child' chair. If that and the best of men. Carl Schurz, in .. ..- - IS ) All Wash the clothes CATTi,K-r- iri s U'4 don't set apart a day for washing the dishes. as.y.... to offer. Thty have neither the Hut your father's chair was a sacred chair bo occupied, I think it is the most '- a In theirs und llfKIB Atlantic. 0 i in the same- - way, with no more work, a few at a time wisdom nor tho boldness to change the sever take nny water place. The children used to climb up potent chair in all tho household All lMDtANAI'OMfl they can't stand tho prohibition plunk The blugost Insnctof lu kind in tha conrso of tho party And so McKlnley of on the rungs of It for a t kiss, the chairs wait on it; all the ohalrs are But you'll have to use Pearlinc to do it. Pear line ovXy can It 11 8ti platform. It is sad to seo such (.H4 "Jn. ,... O nnd tho longer he stayed tho butter you turned toward it. It scsan sera thss world l tho. hercules beetlo of South traverses the country addressing re- a their state of depravity among members of s . . . 7."c. S and hard work; with it you can do O rid you of wash-boar(at liked it Hut that chair has been va- Davld'a chair at Haul's banquet At America, which grows to bo six inches publican meetings and clubs, tiring the n party which has prodtl d sttob shinIA11JIHVIM.B. hearts of the local chiefs with afteriu length. It is said, whether truthfulcant no for some time. Tho furniture any rate, it makes more raokct washing when you like. And you can do it safely, too. your a ns Wiiiiain.iUer, Kl.'ITIt-Siuii- ilyWlient- ing examples of .... Ill U si dealer would not give you fifty cents That is a strange house that cau be ly or not. that great numbers of thesa dinner eloquence, and resolved every- Lucas, Marsh andpiety Hardsley Directions on every package. (hluago OIIAIN ilKp.l,.Six (11 V. Cnus for It but It Is n throne of Influ- dull with a child in it How that child creatures tire sometimes seen on the where by the despairing partisans with . IUts-M- lf d . a 41 AWJIV Herald. ;s ence In your domestic circle. I saw in breaks up the hard worldllness of the maramroa treo.rasping the rind from the political ghost dances nnd all thn lio ay llitir imitation are "aaRood a" the peiUller an.l rife giver. An route MoKlnlcy'a robber tat Iff keeps LAItD Hteatn OST3 ami or"wt-te.- s I.ailiiK IV: 1'AI.Sr Tcarllre Is never the French palaco, and In the throne place, and keeps you young to sixty, slender branches by working around excitement that fanaticism and Igno- right along , in its work on the getting Vock. MMKS 1'VLB, N SU room. Tho chair that Napoleon used seventy and 80 years of ago! If ou them with their horns until thoy cause rance ean produce. Hut now that ho is Wlfjl hn noclual. UAi If all (.rotar. country. to CHcupy. It was a beautiful chair, have no child of your own, adopt one; the Julco to flow. This Julco they drink running for governor of Ohio, tho business Interests of th srsd thirty-sevii- n woro but tho most significant part of it was It will open Heaven to your soul. It to Intoxication, and thus fall sensoless voters will meet him ut the polls quite Thcro businesstwo hundred tins country t 5 failures in i aa M ai ..attaHA .'" lU tree from this fHetlttot, Influence, and the letter "S" embroidered into tho will pay its way. its crowintr in tho to tho ground. "-- -. .- -. .ujjOt- - tut) b.iok of tho chair lu purplo and gold. morning will give the day a cheerful it will bo found that the march of civ'ullltlu, 107 BoldiorB, cuard- Spider crabs hnvo carntd for them- ilization Is not yet to be arrested, and And j;qur father's old chair sits In the starting, and Its glee at, .njght ie oonviotB, captured tho vrflav; vix. wsa-throne room of your heart, and your will jrtve the day a cheerful selves a high placo among intelligent that thero will still lie other occttpa. lit ft H'titslMlM.-Hu..Uu.- r l "" 1 . unlmnla. To protect themselves from tlons In the land tban thuJinutlnL i rJu.Y'. nITectlons have embroidered the back close. Yon do not llko children! Then o uupoi una uoxod thorn Sb y . ? o0' . . of l,u .... .... 1,tT4tnw '..,.! 4H.V- - norsmp r;. .44V ., of that chair In purple and jrold tho you had better stay out of Heaven, for larger llsh vhen young, they cover .. wlc ,vr srr VI train to KiioxvlUc. The flol- - Tho a . a"t 1r . i . fTl ( at Ua Is . lrf a. K S. 11 themselves In tt manner which la vary .Tiujvijuujr. 1. l, j lines. letter "F." Have nil tho prayers of there are so many thero they would PM U OICX.IIUO JUt i kXSxW I Biirreiniorcii and Hlllllnlttnil nnt iiiaiom ennir imou nnsweredV Have fairly make vou era-nUnM craftily adapted to its purpose,togeth- t ont roalstnnco. not imi plocnsof sponge aro Joined REPUBLICANS ON THE RUN. 3j1 nil the couiiciiH ui that old chair been 600.000,000 of them' Tho old crusty ' lired. I practiced? Speak out! old Pharisees told tho mothers to keep tho er by a glutinous fluid, and fastened se- Illaattruus i:ncta of KoKlnl, a. jn oh( ecVMtK-- r curely by means of the claw to thu 7illu History tells us of nn old man whose children away from Christ "You am loir ii. hAOTS FOIl THE PEOPLE three sons wero victors In tho Olympic bother Hlra," they said; "you trouble baok. Thus thev resemble bunches of house-cIe6.nint5.nd HCKIMA Citizens inte'ested In tho polltlni iroon Chill Tonlo la ,.,,. games, and when they came back, tho Master" Trouble Himl Ho has seaweed, and aro sufa In their cunning campaign of Jhlo and Iowa will b,t , Ii mora Dle...i Tir'K""""' these threo sons with their garlands, filled Heaven with that kind of ly devised retreut PUVttMl aiiii more loso sight of iho fact that the repi "" .njr chl" ,0D,C j put them on the father's brow, and tho trouble. fWU191 -.-llcnns uro aleady on tho run. In thtir Uel. ITie proprleiors autl.orln " tha Why Johnny Didn't Graduate. old man w as so rejoiced at the victories A pioneer In California says that for the enters man," and ignorance is ''Define millennium, Johnny,' said the orgnns Is aid maintained a pretense of ib, wboaa names are lo llii article, S'lenJiJ E$ of his three children that ho fell dead tho first year or two after his residence . MMMn i every yoiinc L'irl ncedi no oxcuse for school teacher lu the last half of energy, hit o present admission of (!. ... .,..., wva k.i n a. nn athti I. nun . in a dirty house or greasy kitchon. Bettor in their aims. In Slcrre Nevada county thero was not tired closing hour of tho last day of feat woul close all avenues to tho p. nett or It or rofnnJ ihu ,n.. iscst oare. Troubles laiiiniiig In. And are 'ou, oh man, going to bring n single child tn all tho reach of 100 the thorlo pvscs of tho may mako hor wholtt life mis clean them in the old way than not at all ; but tho modern Te a wreath of Joy ami Christian useful- miles. Hut tho Pourth of July came, school "'llio millennium, "said Johnny even In tho organs protects. Hut n3"t slek chl d. I Ma la so plea.anl lo can and sonsible way is to use SAPOLIO on paint, on floors, on ness nnd put it on your father's brow, and tho miners were gathered together, promptly, ''la tho time when It will bo fttiea(in it innmmi tn.n4 bo found .d - Ihey look wild Pieaaura in tbe time the year, nnd thero wont WMOTU.. ...U,.,Ui,..,Ui,UrUlnl lMU(j i . ., ,.,. or on the meant chair, or on thu memo- and they were celebrating tho fourth vacation all school To bo uoie. I'or aale by Cowglll & n..,.a...t tho troubles that aro to bo winfowa, on pots and pans, and oven on statuary teachers around tc i"""'10 " meso statti. I'lll. ry of tho ono departed? Speuk out! old with oration, and poem, and a boister- be any old rULLMA(ihava nositivo remedv. Dr. Ignorant ask llttlo boys fool questions " Som-- i it m-- i ".w.wuicjfi-jiaa not yet of the uses of SAPOLIO is to bo behind tho ago. With referencu to your ous brnss band And while 's Favorito Fruscrintioii builds cclv its death blow at tho hands of ,, tho band orvlllo Journal. father, the words of my text has been vas plavlmr an Infnni'. .nt ivt, ovoj helming majority of tho voteiN rPAESS FENCING FOR SALT ftar id stroriKtlicns tlio BVBtcin, and fulfilled: "'limit shalt bo missed, heard crying, tinct all tho miners were, "I tr"8t' young man," sold the and promotes ovury jironcr proicction and thy seut shall bo empty." l"f -- " (V startled, and the sv, arthy mm began to ' preacher ilia mg his call on the family wi not "driven to misstatements to '. N. llbL , ai , store n 'u,t From all pilon. It's a generous, sitjiport I go a little futtlier on In your house, think of their homes on the eastern thuothur en ning, "that you are purati ui old n sinking cottso. Last NBtonio, and a quieting, nootliing " "" iianroaii uepot, 0:8 year tho ""' and I lind the mother's chair. It is very coast and of their , ! Mill. lug tho oven tenor of your way if "J m , r-'- .i ..1UH.HIIOT were reuent,! Nno ft logititnato medicine, not My wife and child bavlug .. ....,. iino nan so uren jar awny, and Uielr hearts pursulrg the even tenor in our ohurvh (m every stump and mado nt'aclr ... Whooping u,i v., ij u.utmiiK-ciiiiir- . tha text of I verage, fivo from alcohol and many cares and troubles to sootho that .were thrilled with home - sickness that's lu iny way," replied the yohtlt uiouern itint we would try risua (.lira ror eon uurii, ivo ana ...... ...H.U, Uj lllo pr0M, wttt a nerrtvt Ttin tlraL bottla auniPllon. rounil It it must have rockers. I remember as they heard tho babr .ry 000nUM'P'SLO,MV"B. da- .rng. It corrects and DON'T y011 lt,w1rA ,tn .1... r'n....l. h.l . n..A I..,,,... Hut hotly. "K lio dousn't fcton illrtltiif wltlijas to b nrodn.l- in tt,i. . uiu.M " a- - a VVUII .." I WKU Mill lUUr IKHlU'lf comtileUjIy onred , n ., .. it well. It wns nn old chair, nnd tho tho music went on ma the child ... fflrl I'll lamm hliii." ItiilYiilci rnnis.V.nflf safoly and surely, all thoso thorn. II. SrBtjtiiBii, 1M, Superior ht, eiilraRO, Illlnnla Till .i. V i-". woro urfrcd ul' rI,l. I. II. lu'"":ra market price nslj In rockers were nlmost worn out, for I cried louder and louoer and tho brass Iur. Je"v-TiolPlll',tt derangements, weaknesses, bolievo Vt statement becuuso tho llboral nJ r it Ivanctamade w as the youngest, nnd the chair had band played louder TAT EWPATENT UAV nElEF CUHED TO Mine CUIlED. and lou ier trying MMH.XlteaHes pouiiliar to tno tux, yiff""p" . fr,om th - 'ps of MoKlnl ''IJ.Ill...anl. H'cki funilnhed according We w.ni the ami ad. jo avr, I. "Hill juu marry nm. f .1 . rocked tho whole family. It mado a to drown out the infantile nterruption rUl - "" WHITMAN'S1 ABOUND ontraot. t T' coiuoiiv mni uaei curu S. ...n inouBhtlm great kuflerer In tht from Main, J'J-drink?" "No; do your No." "Thi . creaking noise ns it moved; but thero when a swarthy miner, the tears rr.V.DII MRFR PFRPFTIill 'fcty9uoan f,o guaranteed. That's J. A. OVKKT0.V. 9. r OTUMA r S andCaniil.. AUflirs., " BirtllIi;ii,VIi,iiC-i,.- t. " uciuniuylsm won in the sound. It was Just ing down his faro, got up and shook his it's nil right riiiglBd yoi oonsentr"7 Ollim- thn " .... ilia viiitr i.ii iinr ur iiri iim nniiI iiii . .. lttv tn. u ....I llOt r I... JfP-?'.-th- o vrua ua propriotorH of "Favotito ii v.k.i.Hnrnniprii anpprior high enough to allow- - us children to put fist uml aid Mop that noisy band .vprloanv l. nno1 "-'-r of groin or pound o I'r.a unir YlAlllCIHui,. .1 i, 17t Ita- mi, 1. lUlr.J at AOeMTS, awl wll ailJK went, whllu ali hat wo'idiT.ii)' at m ma'li-fi- ir JgSSription " think. If it doesn't U jol Iiay, Mrawand our heads Into her lap. That waa tho nd glvo the baby a chame Olil thero laullal ", ,........., Kv uremia poiniua to irllea Itnletted 0 me, dllier li , ibririTru r 1111 rnmmin U'.. tl,1 laiidlham r Looimtrca, Cbloaa-u- ill. t jiolut ol tlin convcrsutlou kho ,or rola mini iineru ni ucpuniveu ail our IluriB wna paiUOS" in It, as well at unnA pbee " '."'.'l' i KorfiirTFiatll,,ft0l,on' "' 0VV' r.'dtil platform nnd tho Ipsudlxltof .MoKlnltli,, aia tuUfilta.-M- f UMMiaa i ara rtfjiiesle,! lo couis , war J hlia N. y rreas. thoy' .io iyii11nAirlimi.ii'uc,6rhi?ttr.rue.' and worries. Aht what a chair that iu t Thero Is liothlug to it's recommended, at cimso fur aupjiortlng tho ropiibllciri ,".c- - '"' "'i "r thtlr olsl 1111 trill llB . O. irousaun Korlnronnatlonad.treM CDII CDT!f waa. iat'10 melt, and aubduo tho aoul like a ohlld'ji ""-- 1 wisoaosibitfiHi-ritSSinAmeflo- a 'r It la auriouklv related CrlLtr I lU.ua. M. HCUUITT. Hoctiaitar, N.r, "! In Hi. bnnJi of a olHocr for oo ino"cJ', -It was different from tho fathar's voice. Hut when Itgoes away from you, Atchison iioiiii-- roct'titly vlsltuif- - a m1(1 on auoli terms. ran miiarHras Jlut all litis has now changed. 'wnKlmen h a i clmlr; it waa entirely different. You tho high chulrCt ecomes a MM..,. M.,.1,- - Ciintrul Ilr.imli tuwn. olioh tas a j the hingli- 13. Yoril'...1 mMU "n-tiI00U A.N h of i ask me how ? I can not tell; hut we una there Is desolation all about you. iiuuutlty fUmburgir ehwrae.rtf Iw Tilliui.. .!..- repithlluan the Sow JOHN WITTING press has roi H.nil r Ml Ot ll ilninrl nvlnli ilalan nl.nl s all felt it was different Perhaps there In tm:( uiiin.su to juivniTiarua ri.Eaaa of thu limn-- ., nt n,iu tlio coroner broke Open their tt. - I sortrd l. ,i uilwtntaiiienU tir i'i M.m.1 snj nut s t v i.ait . to be "just m good" lor 5,nJ( la 1U tatalkal ,. aaw (ha Aa'tartba-.awai about tUU chair mora ganUoouna, ' cuugicgatlou there Is a vacant high iuuuun viuua iuiui;iiu avo proved of no aTail 'SSL r?,?.1": 1 WASH IP OTOH, . 0 uuy, d father-ln-lnw'I O. Ills aul.Jeet wns: Vncnt.t Chair," mid his text Lemuel, "Iliou shall bo missed. Ik- .. is. bo thy .sent 111 .. empty." cni.se . i me nn li tftliln inn ctltlprv nnii it., rimmed fc.lvcrwnro of tho palace, fot C.I ...til olrn n ctnta. illntlOT tf- day. A distinguished place i. kept t n cclebrnt-- . the tnblc for his warrior. David by name. The guests, jeweled nnd plumed, come In nndtnko their places. When people nre Invited tanking' banquet, they nro very npt to go. Jiul lieforo the covers nro lifted from Hit feast, Saul looks nround nnd finds a meant seat at the table. HosayswitUn himself, ncrhnns audibly: "What docs , .,ma i nn ii r ,.. it i i ii lern i uiv i V!,rro UDnvld. tho L'rcat warrior? I Invited him. 1 expected him. Whatln I.nkBf.i.1.-, ..- rr.t. ....... " ........ .ili m I In.l sjninlnr .. fit i no ... lt i:.. i.i,,o nu.ilio kept easily nwnkc. That ' r knew nil tho old lullnblrs anil nil t i o uordleM songs which mother alni.' to their slek children .songs In win H ill pity, niul compassion, nn J symnat Mia l.,lt,,n no. n ft ..a. ..l.t ...... .11.... .'III ' cl.ntr lms atoppedY"'"ur for a HXl rocking mnnyyenrs. HmnylwiMt up ,n the ' or "" bu - holds a qm inly tin wpp- TfL "..- tf" linen niminnignt you went lnt,'iat ffroc-shoto tret tho Intnrl, it mi dKbl,dW you not hear btoIm iht J!il: "My aon. why go In there? ml than tho boisterous encore of nmusement, the place of sinful a toIco saying: bat 'My BOn, wln-do you do hero?" And you went Into tho house of abarJhin-nicn- t, a volco saying: "What, would your mother do If sho knew you were hero?" And you wcro provoked th yourself, and you charged yourself with vour nnii lanat clsm. nnd r i suncrsmion llcna Pot not wltn yoar own tliouKt,tN and you went homo and you wentto bed, and no sooner had you'touched tho thnn a volcesald: "Whatl aprnvcr less pillow? Mnnl what Is the matter'" This: You are too near you mothers -- more tenderness, mom grief when wo lind done wrong. When wo woro wif until father acolded, but mother m It was a very inUcful clmlr. In the jdclc dnys of children other chairs nnild not keep nwnltcj that clmlr nlwaj-- 1. pt - -' chair. Somehow you never got over It There Is no ono to put to bed nt night; no jne to nak atrnniro questions alwnit Ood o of and Heaven. Oh, whnt Is Uio that high chair? It Is to will you higher What a drawing upwnnl It is to have ililiiln-- In lien ven. And then It la auoh n preventive aguinst If a father Is going nway Into In in lie leaves his living children with their iimther; but If a father Is going awny into sin, what Who going to do wUhhis dead children floating nbout him, and hovering over his every way wavd step? Oh. apeak out, vacant high chair, and aay "1'ntner, come eaaic irom mii; mouier. como unou jroni iiuniuiun i am wailing ior am watoiiinffvou. - With respect ito your child, the to...works o f my toxt have been fuliilled: Thou ahalt be missed, because thy seat will be empty." My hearers, I have gathered up tho voices of your departed friends nnd tried to Intone them Into ono invitation upwnnl. I set In array all the vacant chairs of your homes and of your social circle, and I bid them cry out this morn ing, "Time is short Kternity Is now, Tnko mv saviour, no ni ponco wuu my Ood Como up where I nm. Wo lived together on earth, como let uallvo in Heaven." Wo answer llmt iuvitn-betlon. locome. Keep a sent for us. as Saul kept a scat for David, but that scat shall not bo empty And ohl when w e are all through w 1th this world, and wo have shaken hands all around for tho last time, and all our ohalrs In tho hom e'relo nud in tho outsldo world shall bo vacant, may wo bo' worshiping (lod In that placo from which we shnll go out no moro forever. kI thank God thcro will be. no vacant chairs in Heaven, 'there we shnll meet again and talk over our earthly heartbreaks. How much you have been through sinco you saw them last! On the shining shore you will talk It nil over. Tho heartaches; the lonllness; tho sleepless nights; tho weeping until ytu had no powor to weep, becauso the heart was withered nnd dried up. Story of empty cradlo nnd little shoe only half worn out never to be worn again, just tho shape of the foot that once pressed it And dreams, when you thought the departed had como bnok again, and the room seemed bright with their faces, and you started up to greet them, nnd In tho effort the dienm broko you found your. elf standing -w d wlnc-pltcher- to-d- al assembl-ingbceming- ly arm-chai- ; tnt-n- ii new-fangle- C ivicted of m they hnvo Thron.h To Maoklmtw. Leading Story of the August olded further reference to tho Tha The through sleeping-ca-r A strlMiic Imtimrc or In Anirr-lrn- ti co W in Wide Awake, r. it, rinetmt.it iin...iw.. service over .. an ici t nnd coined another absurdity rnlUir. " "" fi... AHI,.l,tfnlroi..lnlsemienof Lafavetla'i sui .'"'. i ciurni iiaur.iis ne : Prophesjiug ral .'"""gnn .""V"'."".'. To people who nro outsldo of thoJreV to client thelr'traders. ",:. 3CROFULA, visit lo A merlin, la contributed b? tweeu Ctnulnnntl via Tnimi.. .,.i publlenn party, ami aro lu no danircr.of Hi Immediate estnbl ahini)iit of the 0. Jewctt; it Is entitled "Peg'i trolt to the fnlir Island of Mneklnaw SALT RHEUM, promised by tho resultrtha tu pluto Industry the organs wire Sarah Chair," Ulielnff cum bus ben nnd 1ms iv lllpr and Hie Northe it Lake RHEUMATISM, ft v In sustain their predictions with Llttlo steady evteiislon of what may be culled Tho llrldo'a llii-- rrnmed for the season, 'lheae cars leave l.nrly conventions of tho trntlou by Garrett MeKluley worship In that party Is a n rtion ing. except Hiitur DLOOD POISON gifcJ quet" Is n channlug story of n at 10 T": matter of Interesting study not devoid fi 'fill were enthused hy little tin dead, and "The Silent Lle"lsnu ailmih lay, ""'?"o'clock, arriving at Mackinaw ' ils, "mnde of Atttrflenn tin e in oclock fie next esenlng. li at of n certain Irreverent amusement. nn these and ciery Vlmlmt disease atlaltif Ask bio school story. "Pokcbcrry Jul c your HStil agent r tickets via C , It treatwl by u an Inlsirers receiving American .t frora Irapuro lowl 'Ihero 1ms Wen uothtng llko it in mods." Hut before rust had struck tho nnd Mullein," by Kalo Upson Clark, U- U or address any i .. H..t I) ngentu nnii beat of all tonlct anil that ern times except the movement that w a llttlo tnlo that reveals somo of tlif- o M I'ormtak, lietieral Passonger and uiollclncs. produced tho ghost dances of tho past fi i idiilcnt tokens eildeiire was pro-,- ' funny toilet secrets of country glr 1 a Picket Agent, Ci elnnall, 0 winter among the northwestern Slonx. ,. u that they had "- -i mmt of for Ccncratiuti ago. "Mr. Ilrowna m, by foreign laborers, receiving x Perhaps it Is of aomo significance that worn" I ha beca grunteit a by J. Loxloy Rhces, "Sho' s of A 1' this peculiar form of superstition gains h i 'ii wnge., but that an "old man Pea and Lnnd," by Will M. Clcoen, (Utent a a tockhii. aanerter whli h an ex. had redlppod tho nn tal us will rtallitOiiviouiuloa 11 a foothold nmong parties and races In n a Hut "Tho Poppy lice." by Mrs. Halli nu.l io..i fOryvodin.iiyjeura. which tho Intellectual and moral forces I s for a protection falsehood "How to Dry Starfishes," by liuts.i ItooLt nn Hluud and are rudimentary either from nrrested t organs of high taxos stIU refrain Lyndon, are good short articles ft tho A At ,1.1.1 ttatlnity. Dlsnufi a f rce. f ii discussion of tho failure of thu development or frou.jdcguucratton owTh Iktrliqgton out, U , II & Q II It 1'iIui.hI lovers of natural history. "Hoit the ing to persistent nonuse. At a certain JUK nicy bill to create deposits of tin Cossacks Play Polo" is n terrible, and fiixi ,i i uw miles r nvtil, with termini lb uniilUatlon. AdilreM st ibllsh an industry which la moro Oil UitlU,t' Pkiul,(imutiii, Kunsaa stage In the upward or downward ir dramatic- story of n llusstuti llcld-- i ort u id lieHvr. speed, sa'ety, - Swift Specific Co course of tho human mind tho tendency I . aliened by the proposed tax on liu-- Indulged in by officers of tho Iiuh lal Cu iuiioent, trin r mhI crtlolciit service . t d ore thnn benefited by tho pros-- c to see In some actual or Imaginary per-MATtANTA. OA Is by M adnuia do McUaix of It tins no Man), 'Die ltrllnton gains new protection afforded Its umtilpu-- 1 Guard) It palro , but lures u no. the embodiment of tho qualities rs If tho protects and their organs tha Russian legation. "What H en needed to bring about cither salvation Indian Hoys Did" la a true nccoui of He hus lost his tiiln.l ' "I oh from threatened evils or restoration to U ed discuss the tai III question there some knowledge-lovin- g Alaska tint lariirlse to hear It I lost states of satisfied wants and desires i, it appear room for faith In their by Francis C, Sparhawk. Marg t long I'ifo ft.it Ul he.4 mat eraolel "-Ur.it - In Inratlons of contldenco In tho result is very strong, nnd when this tendency dial, a. oil Journiu. the coming electiotiv Their re Bidnay's "Peppers" serial In this n m-"" t manifests llseW nmong lnrgo numbers i Of Roxliury, har has all the lulercst of a good in. el. tin nocqimi nanprompt and pol'ivo of persons of fnlrlr equal Intelligence, f al makes It clear to democrats of "MUs Matilda Archambcau Van Do '," J w a and Ohio that victory must come rai h lieiulat n, bllliuanes, cmioil cuio' or unlntelllgence, of excitable temperapa a m the to, nud nil liver Um the serial by Miss Cumlngs, is full of' ment, nnd f strong nnd common preju-- t'oppincntsof the protective system amusing developments. "Murlet i'a 1at I'artor'aUttl Urar Pills Trythein Kennedy's Medical Discovery 1 Ii ' I their banners bravely ngainst ees. it frequently' gives rlso to tho v Uood Times" aro really gooil tin s. cures Horrid Old Sores, Deep TltKillplaisatwho ni'd that talebearers most cxtravagnnt nnd grotesque prac- a in ar lly foe. Chicago Times. "Men and Things" pages abound with coti'l iiotoc pv hiKh hlaws never air tices nnd to the most dlsproportloiidl nECIPROOITY ANDREOATES. original anecdotes. The poems, are by mo y to to. acowaaut troo - Hlimra (In Sealed Ulcers of years mid unbalanced Ideas. And It ls,oten Kate Putnam Osgood, Murla Jol us lelte il characteristic, of this form of delusion I,tB Only r.alnrn of Die xiv Tariff ljw Hammond, Kit bheppehl, Jano h ds standing, Inward Tumors, and rtint IIk Any roo,l. AsiLLowskli nonulres a heuithi clear that the person clothed w ith tliose proJoy and lllchard Jiurton. Uspcclnily group of Pennsylvania mnnufn" i y tho use. f Hlonu'a Hulpbur up. foundly trusted and admired attributes every disease of the skin, ex Hi, lUir aiA Vlili.r Dye, to rem Is entitled to credit for tho mist good things for veranda reading are the Is In reality very commonplace and .t vn ap'.Mcly logical dlscmbowclment of Margaret Patty Letter, by .Mrs. Wileven ridiculous. "M eoea luto th liam Clatlln, and tha fluo ballad by Mrs. "Ho the Is too it sleat toiurrendervaMr." 1cept Thunder Humor, and McKlnley turllT which herself It In the case of tho aborigines whose t firmed, in a campaign hnsyctlie-- n Wr circular for Harriet Prescott flpoffonl. "Pope's tot embrace of h ocean ' U Y World Ctncer that has- - taken rootv- conception of an "American system" Uso n4vertl York (Pa ) ninu- - Mother at Tw lokcnham." cvtonds uot only to tho monopoly of lla.r, eotlmt to u.o and ohenpoat l'lso'i Wlda Awake la rJ.40 a year; SOeeuta JU"-"- l ill wm IOIII.lv.lltr Price, Ji.50. Sold by every m nmt In. lh l,nm ...rMIn OwUrrx. ilydrucgliU. Sid. a numtxr. A speoluien (Lack nuiubcr) " but to the exclusion from Amer ea am". of S cents. D. , will bo sm ton receipt n th9 thal th, always co of Druggist in the U. S. and It the 1 r""1 that from human existence of all whoso an newtarttr rrartWU ol ninety alna r cent Lothrop Company, publisher, lloaton momei t and wroo mine.. attineir cestors were foreign to this ciuntry b on Import' ratterl-l- s tot iinutclurM -- i Canada. It It dlrfr ut with wen N Y IlocorUer fore thp seventeenth century It will le ponea ana i r a rec procnj mm otu- -r coiin Th Hrl. or Winnipeg. QOI.D MHD Mi, rAIlID, 107tt worship trie In the u llntmliir prmliuM vetullar t noted thnt the oblect of their a macs greater a'Totj-- i In Daring tho abort time we were In each afford Is d ns nothing mire norles forel(n inurluli than w could k't by fr Vflnnlpfg w were struck with tho red mni tr.de. thin a of tho Canndiau young ladles In Yet how does the rebate clause work? beauty with a brain just of the proper eapacid this little city nf tho prairies. Tha - meH Take the familiar article of till plate "Uosalle, the prnlrlo tlower," of our to abut out nny but strictly redThe largest single lonsttmer of tin youth must surely Imvn coma from ean Ideas. In the cne of our republi fwatii.toaiMafail Cikoi plate In the lfillt.il States la the Stand somewhere about the central psrt of tho an follow-eitlenthe representati' X aUlutttj a rut ard Oil Compaay Under the MeKlnlei Northern American continent. Whero- notion Is M of the U it ..IkM. aWO McKlnley, fondly termed by his f tariff It la to continue to get Ils tin as in New York It took us eight daya to JVb I voted followers "Hill" McKlnley, whl v plate from abroad for export purposes find live hnndMitne women. In our four The H " J. W. Fcntilmoic is the ifbMj la H II niipellntloh seems lo them hnppilv ' practically free of t.ix. If It Importx hours at Winnipeg wo aaw many pret- SheriG r Kent C" , Dc! . and lives (Us ('! Is lu mttt link the author tohls work, the Mi hi aay one hundred pounlsof tin plate to ty, well dressed girls, nhd four perfect nt Dot , the Countv Seat nnd CapmlUi ft rMM Uillr. lh ley bllh Judged by the standards ' make lis cans it pays ti e custom houv beauties. Such bright Hashing ryes, UumJi, .mJM-j- t cf ', onllnnry criticism nf political aMIti a tax of two dollars and twenty cents. aueh wlnsomn slvaelty of expression, ital of " State- - The sheriff is a nJ ! IUiiIhi f BMI years of nge, i fifty-nin- e lf- Hotel. at, As soou as tho kt cans n e sent nbruad it would uot be fair to tho others to gentle Mr. McKlnley Is the last person wl - what he sovs lltii!Hiloii. Mr. "I have with oil the custom house pay back say too maeh about the exact placo to nnd tl would seem to bo fitted to excite lak at. ut(ikalkr. amtr ur Augtiht Flower for sev slasm amoiinllng to real or appar, nt o Ihe Standard GllCotiipaayitherehnU find one or two of them; but If I had a " used aliriltkkljr Jii-- J fr lataUJa rioimu,ir per cent of the tix. r younger brother In search of alieiuttlfitl " eral r ire in my family and for my adoration' 'Ills career previous t th' of iiitiety-nln- e la tiiahli. u ntll V'ifty-firtwo dollars and elghteeu nts. It pava young Canadian wife, I should gently "own congress was, if not entire nnd found it floes me SU kj t!rM .PT.ikt. only two conU tax lu tho end If it auggesttohim that the Hudson Hay Co.'a "mor s Ktlthannnvoth?rrct.ttlv olnwuro, certainly not eminent ojrev W, BAKER tt CO , DorchestcrMoii. nlong In t j soils the 3il lu, Ihls country it doe not store In Winnipeg contained something " I h ooJUplcuquN inurwork-jeit tmuMetl with wlat I " receive any rebate nnd the oost of else well worth looking at besides furs. lions of representative's with n i'1 "cn!l" k! loadable Ajaiticouui manufaoturo is Increased by two more norles of distinction than fil IHafekwcxxl's Magatlne. " tl back part of aty hend first, the lot of a scor,e of cpunry roetub." dollars and eighteen cents. We pre" and i it soon a general headache sume tha company gotsthls out of tho-Hut in that congress, 'partly ly char An amateur photographer went who uso tlio oil. aod partly from Inck of any better thirty miles out tn the country to taka "unu I become sick and vomit. If the same amount of tin were Im- soma choice views, filled fifty plates, " At ' 'lies, too, I have n fullnew terial, Mr. Ueed made hun chalrrran f an4 tt ported for dairy purposes at homo there and found when he came to develop " after c iting.a pressure after cntinf the ways and nmnnii-o!Timltt- -, t e pit of the stomach , and liocAine his fortune to link his tu s would be no rebhte, and the full two them at home that he hadn't ripened with the measure that embodlel 'vi dollars and twenty cents has to be paid the shutter of hla camera, Ho had "sotn i ws, when fixxl ccraesl to nae modern republican Idea of prolei.' a Into tho cajstom house. Does the for- pressed tha button, but for some reason " tip nv thtoat ami mouth. When that was mado the 'great Issue In t o eign manufacturer piy the ditti f If it hadn't done the reat Philadelphia thifl coming on if I take a fi " - . .j r no, then the tvbntdiof ninety nm per Record. elections of last year and that wa,s - w jflftai " lilt August Flower it rclievr of Itto tho tindnrd.Oll Company cent dlgnnntly npd oti ihelinlpgly C1 " me 'vd in the Iwst rcmctly I have QaslltlM tU V t is an utfwarrautable hmus vlnerti-afrom thi j people. Reuasle , demtiitl by the the California Oesaesd to publlp only wns his name linked with this i treasury If the rebate clause of the llliult fruit rnnedjr approval of KIk. Hit " eve iken for it. For this rvajon hyrup it and recommend it to mentous measure but he was In rea e McKlnley tariff works at all. it shows pleaslof to the t e, and to tha taato aod by more responsible for Its provisions tloi first that the tariff is a tax on the home Iceoilv actlar ea the klJnejs, liver and "other- - as a great remedy for Dys-"ped.-intha aylMai e.tivmally, D t anyone else The negotiations y consumer, and second it enables for Voivalt, It tbareby promoUng th health and comfort which tho bill was framed to deal t eigners to buy our goods at a much les (of all vfbensa It G. 0 GHECN, Sole Manufacturer, favors where they would bring '..a price than we are allowed to buy them Woolburr. Vrw Icracy, L'. S.'.L It la all vary wall to aSer your ympathy highest prico wcro naturally not srj i ourselves. to a man who baa followed yvir advice and Ileclproclty Is repcbliean policy, reas could bo trusted to many ager's. to 'gal Lira tailed, tut It U bard ouietiiaf Yet it 1. to accept It SoinarvltUJournid. McKlnley took charge of them, 'd mark these manufacturer! Ho LYE I EWIS' ml thoro was not in tho bill when It w t there Is to reciprocity Is the irotnit of Ma.'i mUtklrrta J.N In lb AMvonnnac tulcn LliLrLur. hII-- i tt Ileal I rowpniAiDrixrntn to the nvunl. a single shady joi VM the United Mates to another euiiutrv I Pil!. thay r soverytmalL Little T.lver II rrltpll-- n 1 a m 5otroublato r.TstIUI We will give you free trad if von will had not pissed through his hands. walloiv. No pain or griping atur taking. fbrm Ijra ol..JI. t ka m.U. A cr.al I ard "Pia xcmSo- It might hare been thought tut glvo us free trade. Uecfpnvlty proVu mako the Ik tir m.m.i i.ijff)diit.N,(aMiM.Miir iatrM iI Tna fellow who lives on his wit int.; I, funwsl riar lftsipliiSOmtriti'.'a measure, had dor poses to accomplish piecemeal the sain, nma-In- tf when this X r,I.H4 br irnKr lio poor "hiium It UlhntM'at vtiSMitltHtu Its fatal work and buried tho repnb result for widen the Cobden club was frequently put w dr. Is tMraMlti.l t rMi"riiliMill tllHjthaaitbn IlepuuU0.11. tor nloanalnf iraata plpoa. r illrHlls tin) house the part organized, the complete establishment Ilenn majority in a nk. t loU, s ti. aadrslk.iil. wrnrtl would have dropped its author an "f free trade among nations. It U the Ins U. Vllf , JxunU, troa, cUi. Mbnrd In llr Tntl - I.l-- t- IMII. THE MARKETS pill lh or. will, la m ' ort liar, turnrd to some new leader to guide J 'niy feature of the new tariff law b.--- l. -. PESUA. SALT MTQ CO., trrmf that - rriMll ! fr.-Itralli,.t, back to tho power from which it had v nlch seems now to have any friends. I Clscir-- i ti. Ju K - i tZZZSVM AjU., I'M'.., 1'iu mercilessly swept Hut the lbany Argus. faalt.ev-rta nnd been so LIVI.fiirJK--aU- U Lowtuvall at J 10 t anterliHMtir l . l...artlM fll.. .l.bmaca J . . J I S4 chief difficulty in this line was that CONTEMPORARY . . . ,. COMMENT. HKitomr-- i or tiik noon, i there Is nothing in modern republican(iood ,trkfii 30 UP 111I.1K") m a UMat rr ac.at. ,.- tw o l si ' 4 t 4as . ism but protection and nothing In mod br. fcafiH far Vrlb IftOtlh 4Ukf, A44rt Uf. Quay, McKlnley and Wheeler PHKEl1-;ouJl- efo III NT A IttTIIS a o 4 a Al.. I.AXIIH ern protection but McICInleylsm. It Is ill make Pennsylvania, Ohio and I'UlUK-F-Bt- Ur tmtrtwn w, aM.rwaa 41 Pirk PUca, N. Y. Prlea, 25c. Office, 34 . im it i t. Islamlsm In polities. Thcro is no god I n a democratic In '1J Chicago (.lobe N tnL. " a I rod . . .... .....- but Protection, and McKlnley Is his The Ohio republicans aro still in- wash-boar- d ft t: Qdb So 1 lulled. EY M'KINI WORSHIP. fila-dmo- ,. vVl "i 1 ssi n. 1 fiill-png- a ta '' , 1 I suoce-tful- ly I'.ay-fellow- ," -- 1 by' 'Ts -- 1 ,. SOTrsSSFi sSSS I ''i , 1 rew-for- "V 0 Ik, x-- ' rl DONALD KENNEDY 1 Mass., says ilalner ir . w'. ,, p-- ! 1 half-ldtotl- half-insan- e polltleo-messlanl- e "August Flower" Uf7' ,r cats ((! Si "n ls m W st i - THIS w i THE ONLY SCALE 5 tn, $ 60., iMmzBp -- -- i- - firt 'Etii'r;7'y7z4lY -- BEW.1BQXBRASS-BEMHR0N-LEVER- ! thcfrlightfor i ccpmiic llliwin"..! N.YI lr.l.l P"r4l. rrl e- iiti ! ...,l -- IICMIS-Ofan- wn iu Tutts Liver Pills ftZvi .rlt. I.ll .ll.l. errl n.f . G-- OIUlN-WllAT-- N'.l it ...! -- nrm-cha- ir ?. MAY-rn- TOHAOCO-Metliutnie- .... Away with the Too -- mor-Afb- e- ll st''.'-lftw- 4M ...U j Pearl ine 1.1-- 1JUII1T-1J- leiel-hcadt- d t SS l I.AIIIi-W.-.i- chll-ore- n, ...! 7" ",:"7' t ailAlN-tyhsat-- .. '.' - -' "'"'T' Na ,.,... lo rocs f. 7J I,nl MH d tlllAIM-Wheal-- Ne, p i Onti-Ml- .qf-th- eo l--tter good-nlgh- -- ... d - rl J?L -r a a .,... 1 llnl-ll.iu- ! i,. fW I W3l UHUHS Vspu.nl be done - vUJI taw J a arm-chai- IVffl uh wa The house oudhh to be cleaned" .wil'h Sap olio.Trv ceskeinyour' next be convinced UUIMIII' A.d.atVM a . arm-chai- ,,, ,".,,, -- ' it. m r, se """u - 'uute8 -- i i WANTED a ECigj& mn-nn- a ) .- 1.1 w -'- ,Afa,j, -- mii-pio-- -- a. ."....,......."...' I i """ a lf frs lini -- Tako Nolicnl ,::f: r":.i. til " ' -r 111 - , three-fourth- ''"' A'KEm,sr&toito.M7r, n raiijiiidi rtfiisiuus i n r at fiy O i 0 O & ""?awraai ".&?: hi" u rv.v Ji'",r ? .J. i i p kVa-SA'tlflj . . .;.ii ... c.t -- a.