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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1891 hic1891081401 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. tJntum UHUIK 't f - A "fWMf, ; MH laossmnl jkC aab - THE HICKMAN COURIER. r- - PubllihUEmy Friday by QJiOIiGB WARBEJS Hickmnn, Kontuaky. Orate Jackson Street, next door lo air Hall THE HICKMAift COURIER Jt ... Tsm FINE JOB PBINrfINQ TCXICOTJTIEJD WITH NEATNESS AHD DISPATC1 BALE BILLS, ;r- ENVELOPES, - CEORCE WARREN, Editor. oldmt kswspXfbb nr western Kentucky. ky., PKTnoiT, Mich., Aug. 7. Immediately' after tho meeting of the G. A. It. Pricoor Subscription, $150 cunncNT topics. ESTABLISHED THK (1KAND AJ.3IV. 1859. Hickman, fulton county, Friday, august m, issii. VOL. XX A " ; LETTER HEADS; DILL HEAD3, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC NO. 43. WQ CALL AND SEE US. KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. Jack I!sl us nnd Tom Long, tho two men who engaged In a duel In tho northern part of Franklin county, on election day, died of their wounds three days later. F.stus had lieen shot by Long In tho face, the ball ranging so ns to put out ono eye and lie was atso shot In tha breast Long was shot In tho nlxtomcn. Their deaths occurred only two hours assart and they were burled In tho same graveyard and at the same hour, lloth wero desperato YSn.vr.ii Is now being shipped to Hie rope. PrOcoodhitfO of tlio Sllvor Jubiloo Alaska contains six Volcanoes which In Dotrolt I" coiistnnt eruption. f" Tiii.tii: Is n horse-ca- r Ilnu In Mexico The (Irsml I'nrmln Wa.lilnir'nii On. ,,a which Is M miles In length. Hilrmiiiniriit I'rtlmf r I'Iiii.oi, Jr Usuld (hut the upr und tin camel Cuuiiimnilrr Oilier Olllrrr. nro tit ouljr quadruped which can not I'lccteil, r4le. el Kutirnn, nu octogenarian mumbcr or the post unit scteran of. the Mexlcnh nnd civil wars. Then enmo a scoio Of battle Hags, seamed, shot through, hi shreds and tatters, proudly carried aloft by their bearers. The Connecticut division came next nml follow Ing Connecticut companied by .1. -- was Massacom- - film. chusetts. U,SO0 strong. Forty New Jersey veterans were ac IL PmttiMi, of tint cm-mi- s TIIK IIOYfl IN IIMJI!. bureau, denies Hint li is nUnit to Dktiioit, MIch.iAug. .1 TtusJuy Was iraslgn. a day wlifch will lm long rt'inemliori-Pwibs has dentist uow who make n by tho griiled vulornns of tlio llrand 'business ot attending to tlio teeth of Aimyofthc Republic. As tho open-in- g SintMWk dny of tho Iwenty-llfl- h ailntiil on- NKtvhnicitrN, Mo., has anew town campiiicnt, It'mnrks n quarter of n library. It cntnu from Occur, king of century In tlio growth of tho Sweden- rgniiiriitlon, and every polillcr "KrciitrrAiir Tit.ui hns decided that that It must also mark the Crumps Ishull build cruiser No. 1.1, tho upe.x in thu prosperity of tliat, great for fd.iu6,wd onier, wlilcli, year by yeur, hasvuvcl-omi- I In IU frali'rnal fold uiery lal3 of Iowa has Just discovered that hrr statute Kxlci roututii no law against tho great union front Mulne to Texas the prlp ring nnd Ironi I'lorlda li Wiishlnctoii. As the tried and trusty aoldlern of Ms Tnr ornr of ltussla will celol.ratn hi fcTltM were eager tor tho little, so WeddltlL-- nrxt November In-moOest fashion noor CoiyjahhirenJl.-- " vctenuis of 'Ul were eairer for Jho ernud a. manner; rust Department Commander II. N. Ktevcns und Past Department Commander Charles llurrows. One hundred soldiers, led by Department Commander Samuel L. Miller, represented the stnto of Mnlne California showed up twenty-fiv- e strong, notwithstanding tha distnnco they hud to come. At their head with other past. cpmmandcrn inarched W. H. Smcdburg. Following the llllte Ktunte Island was tho New Hnmpshlre division, twenty tdrong. Vermont followed New Hampshire With 160 men. They were recolved with great applause in compliment to Commander In Chief Voazeyjrwhose own ptwHTdideii ttitrrinegiitmCr''' Mullikcn, cut tlj overgratoynnl Insurants-- , which seems to be a new thing In Ibut i.nntry Tick pope, I die tin German emeror, tlonki better Kiiglish limn many Ho sehtojn forgot a face. rjiKur:T II Amnsim hn tlio credit of Whig tho greatest walker thu White hn contained for many yenr. e Tur. widow of Wnlto, 'though seventy-on- e years of ngo, lias WU linlr imil n comparatively onwrlii-Jle- l Ho-,se Chief-Justic- 'ii.AwrtinimifrWH&dnSSrt' faro. shoo mnnufactnrrr reports that the demand for cheap shoes Is falling .iff, In the South nml West A liW fMass) t Promptly at tho hour Indicated, and quarters before the parade, a S1.000 with n military precision which showed diamond badire was riven to Com Hayes, the volunteer soldiers h.i 1 forgotten mander Veuzcy. in presenting the badge, said: liono of their e.irly training, the Comm!iiiiiin( uur Vrnxri The cem assembled on the linn of ma-rKour magnlllcent nrches, creeled rsJes who Kith mo hste beta honored Hh pLcat on root Mitt have mlgnej to nie tb line by the citizens In different parts of Trpbl! duty ot irvcntlii; tojou thin tiadjte. Thk uteri hridffn Wing erected by tho the city, murked tho Hue of march. Wn uk voq lo arerpt It as s token o( tha etl'nlmi I'nettlx H.n, llui Columbia rlrer Mowly and mujestlcally, In measured treia, the Miulrstlon snit tho affection la it VaueoNver. Wu.li . will eoMovrr!,-000.&0O- . tread to music the pntcesslon started which jou sro bold br ourrelVM aadLr our he lx thoiiMtid feel from WiMslnanl nnd Adams avenues, , romr.df.weof thn Ursnil Army of the necbllc It will, trust lou sail Jong. with C'oiuuiulidnr in t'hlef Yeazey and It tour ftmllr. Itbrim rrrKiil Joj toand thin to will remind Ton Ttm larrcU Mlar' drawn nt prevtit his stuff In the lead, until too review of lb honored part vou bore In tho pirul by any dlploHiatlitt, according to tor-Ig- Ing stand was reacheil. The stand evtnt of this ago In the locrtd and stsln-e- t wir for union and Ubrt7, Durluf .vour VH'ris l that of WO.lHXJ, drawn by from which the oonimandcr In chief M Wtxldinirloii. rreneh ninhniiindor to nnd his gliltcrliiir stuff rerlewed the ! rmol office ywi list r, s jrou prxintsed when )ou wrr chosen, soiptlj kepi Utirn jnur-wi- t Lon'ltm. parncle was sltiiateil on "t'uiiiius and ojr comrsdes not only the tout b ot Mortluus," on llie ont side of Wood- - th eltiow but slto the touch ot I'e brarl Uur Avoi'KT Iik Hto tiuiKiiiya IhUyear. hope It thtt thli slnipln yllt wi: nuilnd you wurd ureiiue And, heauhi that. htt will Intro tho the greets and trgrt am,Hi nt of moonlight rouoh'.afed On lllinoi, tho home of Lincoln, the V.es.sntljr ofthn great conflict, srenraItand com rsdrshlpof that will reto any mouth of JMIJ, though July rutin homo of (Irani aud of I.oiran, wits r jn cti! llio fnuiuus ilr of 0ltTbarf- - tha ferrcd the honor of the right of Hie I ne ilaj of Juur upxHirtunltf, of jour lionlirr close. Tsbls servlca and Miciiioan !)umu by the ecnatu to of march. Hut it was not ticcnu-- e of will also, e hope, of your signal triumph. It be a wclliprlng of ratify JiaT olx clttea wlUi mom than S0.00C these Illustrious names that the I'ra rle vg rardifsilors upon tho future. In after Inhsbltaiits fourteen with morn than state wiismi honored, hutbecauso' 'ne timet llioto who beat jour same and share 10,000 and thirty-eigh- t with more than whovo servio'S to the leteransof the jour blood will rejoice s they Inolc upon thla state and liutlons dates since the uar. rmblem, their prlird family helrioom. and , tKW people. Dr. II. V. Stephenson, the founder of t Ulled with cratltuds that I'rovldi-nA UKAIin oven feet two Inches long privllete allotted to them ths Idtplrltig lulornn the face of Henry C Cook, n tho tirnml Army of the lteputillc Dr. of trucliif their origin to a man who w as born in ayne county, tu his young manhood mii a pplendld figure In Ct. It hai been Stephenson tnllor, of KorwUh. 111., tu ami died in Meii4xx4-t- y the deeUlta LatlU of th nlrlne war, aud who irrowlug thirty yeara. UN hoight Is August HO, IMI, ngcil but 4J"JenrsT stood faithfully and bravely by Abraham l inchoa. Our wlihe lln.ffft Ills remains lie In the soldiers lot and from Ha are thattnltscnd. may bo long your Hie VASTr ulag from thn banloateel work of Hoso Hill cemetery, IVteritiiinr III. and 'Sirprajers laod which la the day t Ha happy iu tha Ik now ued exteiihlvrly an n fertilizer He organised the Umnd Army of the deadly x.m "' did your part to Te. Hucli U the demand for It In Knglaud Kepuldic in 1 Wl. and a few months later j In r'spondlng Vcazey said: that Ita vat ne has advanced from M J. N. toltrjn and Jimeph l'rior were) fiMiiAHt-- s It Is tlen. great pleatnre that I with cent to W.60 l'r Ion. Joined with ten others in forming the aco pt thl token, which ahall be among my A itiacticaI. colored woman took out tlrst jxist, which was instituted nt Demi hiJlil) priied ouenlrs o( tho jeir during i marriage licenv at Leavenworth the catur. April A, IbGO, tiudar u cliurtcr of which I havn labored for tha (Irand otAmy my tie Itrpulille. Th approbation other day, her Intended huiband telng granted by Dr. Stephenson. friends, the rnioradca who fouirht lor tha pre unablA to leave hi work to arningo J he survivors of Tost rot 1 were a rrtatlon of the union. Is to uie tho rrnlcil that little preliminary conspicuous little group in the Illinois prlto that ran b paid to any man. I thunk you. " 'oirr.Tcl.i.'-.i7s- :, in. ,. i.M w was buried iieiCKHtiuii mid liii-i-r a........! , .,w who Cr. in jn .tlMHCu at I.Bcro.. U, a few days ago, wai the signal for a trllmto of cheers. De- lions to tho commander In chief, the tho commander at Altoona, ()a., to partment CoiiimambT Horace S, Clark Grand Army of tho llepublic, the whom Sh'errilah first Vent tho Inntrtic led tho command utvl 3,000 representaWoman's Itelief Corps and the Sons of tlow to "hold the fort." tives of the loy.il sous of thu Sucker Veterans by the citizens of Detroit at a the encampment linll Later another sUito wem In line. Ix tha Ml towim and oitle of SIS now hare free ptthlio libra The enthusiasm which greeted the reception was tendered the commander Hif, and the Mnto ba lately provided pocond or Wisconsin division. Tiki In chief at the exposition building. On nM for tho los Mimll town nnd village strong, wiu iiiilmiinilrd. In the front lxitli occasions (leu. eazey made brief of acknowledgment aud rank niul iMirne high in the ntr on the speeches " wnich have no libraries. Covnkcticit man won a STi wager top of u llsgstaff p.rclied "Old Abe," thanks. h Dr.TiiolY, Mich , Aug. n. The by a trick He loattt-that he could the htuffed euglu which beciuio a prt annual encampment of tho eat 100 egg In an hour. 'Mhen thn of Wisconsin's history u iiuurter of u (Inind Army of the Republic met In ho ordered and kte century ago. In Hue witli tho waa atnki-diMiys werw tlen. Lucius Pnlrolilld, formal session Wcdticsiay tn the n nicely cooked tiad-roof thu state nnd command- iiiammoth hull that had been set apart 'fne prettiest royal girl In eastern er in chief of the (trimd Army of tho for the business deliberations of tho Knropo U Mild to Ih tho I'rlncnRi veterans. All that art nnd taste could of Montenegro, who. It Is reported, Republic, nnd Cot. A. O. Wlssert, forcommnndor In chief. Depart- do to make the building attractive la the allotted bride of tho heir apparment Commander W. 11. Lpliam was in had lieen exerted In the decorations ent to tho Ktmlau throne. which adorned the interior In emblemI UK well that ia being bored at command Tho Pennsylvania division came atic order. W .eellng In the eenc ha l!i'ert sft Despito the immensity of the hall It of a next, ,',500 strong, marching in good reached n depth of le l'rogreM la being mndn at the order to sprightly music fiiruWhed by wns crowded to lt utmost seating cain tho post bund. Deputy Commander pacity by the multitude of veterans atrate of aliout len feet a day. ith AdjU tracted by tho momentous questions to their head, Iloyor rode Thk rmprc of Oermany la loyal to (Sen. Town at anil Quartermaster-lien- . the fatherland to the extentof having Abraham Levering, followed by the Ik' settled at this encampment of the onler. all her dren.ea made In Ilerlln and Vi- nlde-i- . Pittsburgh posts led tho delegaA few minutes before the hour of enna. Mm buya her hata In Ilerlln and tion. opening, (Jen. Venrey and his staff onlrher gtovea come from I'arK The Ohio delegation was a vast army Tiiiiek California Hon w:ro recently of Itself No less than lS,ilou veterans entered the halt and were escorted to tho grand stand. The appearance of kdled by h hunter In Krrano county. trumped to the music of the bands. the commander in chief was the signal One of them ninasured fully eight feet Department Commander A. M, fr.im tip to tip and la being Mnffed. Warner marched (Sen. S. II Hurst, tho for generous )ipplnuse ami u minute later the two bands burst forth In an 'llio othtr two were nearly as large. Ohio candidate for commander in chief. Itnnr.iiT I'acksrd, A conspicuous llguro was (len. Man- Inspiring military air in harmony Mn aki Mn. the whoresldo on n farm near Now Hart ning V force, who, enlisting as a with the inurtlul bcene. Knpplug comthe assemblage to order, font, la., are tha parents of twenty-nin- e major In the Twentieth regiment, was mander In chief unnounced tho living children. Tho eldest la forty-nin- e year be- formal opening of tho twonty-llftmade a full major general anand tho youngest sixteen years of ago. fore tho close of tho war. nual encampment of the (irand Army A KKUAI.U tramp at Tarpons, Kan., Tho spectacle of an of of the Republic, and directed tho adjubecame Intensely abusive tho' other tho United htntea marching In 'tho tant general to call the roll of departday and Indulged In highly offensive ranks is so unusual that tho applause ments. Hvery Mute nnd territory In language becauko she was offered a last tendered Hayes wo the unlou not even excepting far-of-f year's lonnatby a benevolent Christian luinlly u surprise. Mr Hayes was Alaska was represented und the roll lady. by nil us ho matched w Hit h!s showed the fullest ntteuduucu of deleLoud Wolsm.ky, the famous Kngllsb post from Fremont, I) gates In the history of the organizaslim, Coh A. L. Conger, (Jen. P, 11. Howling tion general, Is a mi all man, with figure. Hit faco Is ruddy, his eys nml (Jen. U. II. Drown were niuoug tho lithe '1 he opening address of tho comblue and he wears n drooping gray past department commnnileni In line. In chief was listened to In rupt Ho Is now 68, nnd his hair of Virginia's martini mander by the assembled veterans. mustaohe. The strains ntUutlon In tlio distance i music was dying has gTown white He said: Marylntid, some Hon strong, rassed the j Comkades Thl istheallver annlvenmry of A cjiahactkh In ono of Wllkle Coj llins' novel remarks: "Why Miould they stand. a hlrth.nnt of a wedding. Tho wedding occurred As the Nebraska (inind Army of I whrn tha bridegroom, tho youth uf the html, have bells on churches? They don't ' enllHlrd In lis defrne, Abraham Lincoln eels, fttM Kepubllc, strong, with have them on thentera, and people get tho Columbia was Commander Department Teeter brated Ihu insrrliiKe niipll.il".tho untlon's flag. there all tho same." the bride. Iler vealuro wni (lov. 'I'liiiyer passed tho The pledge to rstabll-- h In lb08, Hobert T. llnrker, of New aud that Hag out to the ilomaln of rciaslon was the pledge Hedford, Mnss., read tho lllblo through, grand stand it was Impossible pledge was hand. for the first time. Hlnen that date ho tell whether tho cheers were for tho' of her redeemed When the bloody strife, through has read It 99 tlmea. Ik usually takes governor, tho soldier boys, or Hint ven- grandly suffering and death, mid after through ilm two months to read it from tho be- erable llguro which nlwuys prookes j tho I Ictora had placed on the brow of tho bride tho cheers of tho volunteer soldiers ' a new diadem wlume genu were honor, valor, ginning to the end w'th Tub man who plays tho bass viol at Paul Vnndervoort, past national com- - fame, liberty untainted fruit idavrry, a country of that marrlasu reiinllvd and free, the the Grand Union. .Saratoga, U so very iniiudnr in chief. wrh the (Irand Armv uf tho Itcpubllc, nn oil Of course .Mlehtgiiu, with IU 15,000 spring worthy of it royal patvnugo. much like tlov. Hill that politicians arc constantly shaking hlra by the hand and Teternus, received the ovation of the ' Thu man mut be blind, lcdeod, Mho haa asking him to Join them In little qnlal day. The division was olllccred by failed to see tn rttcrnl yeuri, as time, hai Inv Department Commander U L. Katun, polled our column toward the rlrr which all effort. mankind mutt Croat, that the (Irund Army of Quarter-inustcTiikiir haa Just Veen completed In AdjU Hen. K W. Noyes und I the Republic, as It has become better known, (Jenerul Splcer. tuts been coiiatsntly marching In it higher plane Munloh n hugu microscope, with a magIowa came next to generally, ui nifying power of 11,000 linear perspec- Ktnto UOO strong, und tho Wolvituiio i In tho estimation of theuf peoplewur, 1IM llio the marching with well at ot the veterans tive. Eleotrlolty Is brought Into aervlco military precision to tho ever popular hitttr are seeking menibvrahlii In t'rrut In tha operation of tho great Instrunumbers, that tho tplrlt f true coinrutlc Doodle." ment. The cost of the roloroscope la tuno "Yankee L. Davidson,Department ahlpla constantly taking u deeper hold In tho Adjt-HeCommander C hearts of comrndst.nn I that tun.' hat not ill. a,750. Lnugley nnd Quartermaster Hen. mlnlahoil but qulokened their prldo of smite lightning maintains Its repu- Tamplln headed the column. hot quonrhrd but inteimlflcd thu ardor of their went In a , not dulled lot u of tlio Hag and nil it tation for nerve. A 1oltiif It New York, 'J.600 strong, cume next bulcnllreut'd tho soldierlyrepresentwhtclithut ex tplrlt ear window, took a Mill alongside a and was the recipient of an enMbtted in the old horul" days. Any chart, tu young luriy, and then deilined toelthtr thusiastic greeting, They were headthe contrary la an intuit to the leterunt as u buy b thih'i't or pay tho lomluctor. Aud ed by Department Commander C H, cla and a Individuals, this ImppeiiPd nt it place called After referring pathetically to the Freeman, Adjutant General W. VY. Dennett, Quartennauter General A. deatha during tlie past year ot hher- that every aeal eon K. Pentad I r U oslliiiaieil Portar, Uatalln, Deviuu, lohlu ad W. VT. Van d.plljr. tunior about tun H.ni)Uaj)f tlsh, s U - Thk oxoeastio niiKiitrtt of vibration by tho props-Hrof some of tho d cruiser ciutae old sallois to lwcettie seasick. An I n hi km ni (firl wns Jailed In New York for n few hour rwcently. Sho 'imiwt m uvcr It that sho Incurred JjihIii fevur and died. SriiAloiiT streets arn unknown In tliina Ihoy urt) purposely mndo eivtoked to confuse Sntnn, ns tho Chineco lrlleo Him derll trHTcM In a tniljht swiutod hhrh-stH-e- rvtnlnlkcenccs of former days. Ileroro llie luonilngsuu had kissed the spangled nrches and emblazoned In glory tho golden decorations that marked the lino of march, tho grand army tinnd were abroad, and the measured tread of the veterans preparing for tho march resounded through the Mrcct. Not test than I'U.OOO met) followed In unbroken columns the lings which they had horiip to llctory In days of war (iruyer nnd inoro feeble, they dlMlnined tho uso of carrlagtn and cheerfully trudged through tho streets, the appluuso of thoutuids w ho thronginl every point of vantugc (0 witness tho marching and add to tlio volume of cheer. Windows and bal conies, hoUM'topv tree branches and telegraph Jiole arms bore their living freight niul served ni reserved eats from which excellent views could bo hud. Indiana's 3,800 veterans inarched In majestic column past the reviewing stand, and at the head and beside Department Comiuaudrr I. 2i. Walker marched II. Hovcy. Gov. Alvln (len. btr'lght, ono of D. A. projectors thn loaders and of the famous Llbby prison tunnel, and Cot. Walker, another who escaped through that famous historical underground p.issagc, were rccognUcd by all familiar with the history of that Kansas, Delaware, MisMinnesota, souri, Oregon, West Virginia, South Washington Dakota, 'and Alaska, Arkansas, Montana, Texas, Idaho and Alabama. Thu naval veterans and the Sons of Veterans, 6,000 strong, brought up the rear and closed tho parade. In the mcrnlnir at the national head daring adventure Following in their order were the divisions of Colorado and Wyoming, li n - ll. f.tu-coi- n throughout tha land who adhere lo the pernicious doctrine that secession by a ttate Is aright, and therefore resistance to attempted coercion It not disloyalty or rebellion. Tho Iron heel of Andrew Jackton crushed the llrst threats of oteri aollou based upon thli Wb.ru, in tha neat Instance, doctrine. thn threat was carried Into effect. It required the scourge of war und rlrert of blood toeupprrs.lt, A third effort It not likely to appear again la the noutb. because It It not conceivable how the Interests of that section tltuated as Ma be ao advantageouily they are within tha union. Dut the s doctrine pcrmeab-the political literature ot the country. Tha aeed took deep root in th" disciples of Calhoun and others wholalxred to plant It. As our country ex tends Its borders and sections. Ieooine antago nlstio In interest, who can tay that another tOort may not be made vomewheret So long as this danger exists, bowetrr remotely, the work ef the O. A. R. U not finished. No organization slnee the war has done to much tor the country, cspei'ally inlaying deep the foundations ot future security as the O. A. IL It appeu a to every loal hund that drew a blailt ur larTkd s musket Therefore no union soldier has done his full duty as a rill ten unlets ha has riven tha order the benefit of his com radeshlp In it. In closing I desire to renew the expression ot gratitude which I made a year ago for the great honor you conferred upon me. Having intended ui wrong no one una hating received no affront from anyone, I tay lo ono and all. from the deepest recesses of ray heart, I than ytrtt and um1 bin. jou. candidate, asked for "Tho state of Ohio," said he, "believes In justice and fair play and recognUlon to nil departments of tho Graud Army of tho Kepubllc. It has becriconceded Mrycara that whenever thekreat state of New York belocal. came nt ted on a candidate, this state, The commander In chief recommend that which gave more men to tho the legislation firing preference In tha civil great array of the union than any to dlsrbsrged soldiers bo service department te, should bo entitled to the amended so as turcix-nlzthn Idea of ten Ice other at commat ler in chief. New York la apart from discharge or d liability. now ui ted on a candidate, and I dei Comrades, our order hat reached Hi mark neither In numbers nor la glory sire to 1 Ithdraw my namo and second or toner. In cultivating fraternity and char- the nomination ot Palmer ot Now ity it works on the tarns lines with tome Hut there It another York." other orgsnliallona. The e sctlon by secret ballot was a baslo principle of eur order which Is, in a sente at least, peculiar to It it It the very sli w and tedious process. Tha broad prlnclplo of loyalty. Here we provoke first bal ot gave Palmer, 322; Weissart, criticism, and on the ground that there 370; Sin dburv, 177. No choice. now. Is co disloyalty no class True, The rihult of the ballot was: Palmer, or teollon It engaged in disloyal acts, but, its Is well known, tnera are man here and tiers 322; Weissart, 270; Smedbury, 177. No (Ohio's o high-ak- The preient administration encountered the table disturbances In thn department of LoUlt Itna and Mlssltlppl that ha1 troubled my predecestors From various sources of that hare boen acroatllle to o mu, I bw-vthat a large majority of both white aud colored comrades In tho department! of Loulilana and Mltslailppl are trnni In tha conviction that It would be for the lKl Interests of all Individually, and of thtlr potts ami ot the order, to have a aepa-rat- e department In Loultluua and some of the other gulf atatet made up of such potts at may apply to corns Into It and having concurrent Jurisdiction with the department altrady ettabllnhed la such elates; concurrent in re.pect to the chartering and muttering of posts, but eaoti department having eicluilie Jurlstllctlon over the posts which It may rvcolro. My heal Judgment altar a year of painstaking investigation la that it would be wise to confer upon my tuceessor tho authority to create such a department. He may either Bud It nccesiary or think It belt to exsrclte the tower conferred. The commander la chief advises that ths executive officer refrain from lndorilng appeals fof contribution! for any purpoae, however worthy, except thoe expressly named In the object of the order Veterans are apt to be atrongly influenced by such Indortements. It la recommended that congress be appeulod to to provida for the matotenante of,he Mount jrcOrogof cottage. TWO. A.'R. has bcenpay? ing the expenses because no one else assumed them. The argument In favor of tenrlce pension legislation has been urged upon congreia without avail, but under tha dlf ability pension bill about ona thousand pensions are being allowed per day r.nl wilt be until tho docket of applications It substantially cleared. The number who thought tha bill too liberal la rapidly diminishing at th act becomes better under nnd other honored members of the ot der. thu commander In chief continued: BLUISH PCItPLE FIKB Flowotl From tho Sulphur MounIn Old SWINDLE. V Thursday morning the election of a commander In chief was the first business. Tliero wore fourcandi-- : datea: John Pal-- ; raor, of Albany,! w. x.; A. G., Wis.; W. P. Smedbury, of California; S. II. Ilnrst, Ohio. oait. rAr.MKn. llnjamln U. Ilryant, of Wisconsin, placed Weissart In nomination In an iJ ono ampment eloquent speecti. Welssart's nomination! was seconded by the states of Iowa, Indiana and Kentucky. Corporal Tanner, of ,Now York, plaint Tahner In nomination, and Massachusetts, New Jersey and Pcunsyl ran'4 seconded Palmer's nomination. J. T. Ilolllngsworth, ot Ohio, nd,W. ,L. llarnea, pf California, nominated Smedbury. Jnst befrco the ballot opened S. II. Hurst, choice, On j II. Aycri of Delaware, and Albert I bholes, of Georgia, were nominated for junior vico commander Clarkson won on tho llrst ballot. For chaplain there were three can didates S. 11. Payne, of Florida; I). C, Miller, of Kansas, and A. It. Kcndrick, of Iowa. Mr. Payne was elected. SurgeoBenjamin T. Stevenson, n-General of Connecticut, was reelected by f. Duflleld, of Detroit, was clecUd senior vico commander by acclamation. T. S. Cjarkson, of Nebraska; Petei CoL Henry M. th second ballot Palmer led from thelstnrt, and upon motion hia made tiuniiimouv election s ICapt. Join Palmer, the new commander In chief, was born on Blaten Island, March 22, 1M3. and las a splendid war record lie en voluntr, Septemllttetl In tho Ninety-Ho- t ber 10, 1S81, and was oustantly with that regi ment until It wat musterod oui July a, taking part la all Its engagements. Injured at the battle Ha was seriously of Five forks In the combined charts Since the war lavalry and Infantry. of he has been engaged la tho fresco palming and decorating business at Albany, N. V , nnd hid LHs isnirarl tor tne decorating on mo new s amomlx'rof thoOnnd Army AdjU (len. J. If. Ooulillng's aunti report for the year 611111117 July 30 show s that there are In the order forty-fiv- e departments, with 7,409 posts and standing. SOS, 0(17 comrades In good The sum expended in charities during the yeor was $33S,09'J, against provlous There year. tho have been ,5:10 deaths this ye&r, against 5.479 In 1890. Of the total apparent membership of 444,307, ond- transfers bring the number down to 305.007. Tlio quartermaster general' report showed the aisets of the organization to lie as follows: Cash balance on hand, - ', all or wnicn nnponani tl ii.J with credit Ha It said to bo a forcible speaker, a inwltl presiding ofllcer at department and natloml contentions, and nrs frequrr-tlbeen placed ul the head of committees by both stale and nutlont.1 encampraentt Thursday closed the business sesrnaC"rinch tnrtla II )Hr!lot lifll Nn A, wna Oder of the Now York depart- 1T wa elected senior ic4Com- - .ae lnnvm! i,im 4.U. I sions of the twenty-flft- h annual en- Mnt'a-ohuwtl- ' ' St. MM, IS, due by department, 31.4J9.41 - less due by departments, Sl$4.17; balance, ;i, '.'40.24; United States bonds, 1907, SUt.OOO twen-ty-llft- , Met-eu- can-dl'lut- o augmented but S.J37.91 during the past year. Of this amount Si'JO. 10 wai us interest on tho present fund, so that the actual increase by donation had. heen but Sll.75. This sum was reported by the state of Minnesota. The Inspector general's report after detailing the condition of thconlcrtiays de-rii- Sf.TJO; supplies S.!, 911. 05; total assets, SJ4.711 0;. The report on tho Grant monument fund showed that while this fund in IM'O amounted to$U,:f07.80, It had been (market value 1 campment. The negro problem was brought to tho front by tlio report of the committee appointed to consider tlio question of a separntc department for tho colWilored vctcraus, liam Warner, ot Missouri, as chairman of the committee, presented an extended report. After quoting freely from the statements of Gen. Vcazey favoring a separate department the report says. in conclusion: "Our comrades In the stronger and more prosperous d psrtmrnta should not be forgetful of the necessities of tho-- s in weaker and less farored territories and should assist and encourage thi ni tn the work whenever opportunity oners t find tho organization of the Worn uu' llcllcf Corps I growing In all departments. It would lii illBlrult to suv too much In their favor, as they hitiu rendered such valuable in our ibarilablu work, having taken fte In HdvuiL nf our linn In blue. In p.,itit money to raising asoll the relict fund, which Is to lion, ally ib'tottd to tho allrilallon of tho wants ot those depending upon its itsalstuncc" three-fourth- tho nag and those who would destroy it when tho lata ol lae nation was trembling In the balance Is gxI tr.ot.gti to be a runide In any department of the (Irand Army of thn Kepubllc. Ko different rule has been, or eur shall be, reconftnlml by the turvltors of the union army and naty No department thoulit be estab-llkhe- d for any color or nationality. "The platform of principles of tha Grand Army of the Republic Is so broad that all honorably dlrchnrged soldiers and sailors can stand Um It. In the opl.ilon of your committee the fact that H'edepartrnt-n- t of Imisiana and Mississippi censlU ui posts a part ot which are composed of while comrades, na the others of colored comrades-- Is this raduftlclent renson for making ical change la our rules and regulations. Our fraternity charity nnd loyalty should bo viitnosseil by our deeds as well us our The recommendation of the commander In chief Is b ied upon the fact that seven of tha colored posts of llie department of Louisiana petitioned for a Beparato deand Mlssls-llpartment, "In i lew of tho facts submitted to your It It of tho opinion that It would be Ineipedicnt to plaio the authority with tho eon.mander in chief to organize new or pro. is1mal departments In states in which there are organittd department. ' "It is too lato to divide now on tho color line, A man who w is goed enough to stand b"teca word. He-hi- h rc-ogniz- "The question imposed Is 'whether there tlepartmrnts covering tho ran lawfully lw 'Jho following minority report was tame territory nt tho same timet for Instance, presented on the Mibjeet: a department luailn up of white posts und ancontained other of black posts; or one of foreign born, "1 concur In the recommendations and another of natlt 0 bora.' in the address of the commander In chief In In reference to the dlfllcultles existing In the de"I think llie question must be answered tho negative Tu 1 Idea Is contrary to the usage partments of Ioullana und Mississippi, nnd und tmlvorsalenilorstandlngof the order hiththerefore recommend the adoption of the folerto Without ndiertlug further to thn ob- lowing resolution: vious el lis likely to follow from establishing "Resulted, 1 hat llie rules and regulations be rival depaitinciits in nny stste. It l enough so changed us to uuthorlro tho commander In (Irand thief tu organize departments of thonow exand regulathat It It lery cletr that tho rules tions do not provide, for nor warrant the estulc Armyof the Rnrubllc In departments r repreisting wheneter sallstled upon rropi ItMimcnl of but one tlvpitrtmnnt In any state sentations that the msv bo orgnnlztd without or territory. detriment tn Urn (Irund Army of tho Renublle omsllug The reiHirt of tlio surgeon general or any. department orgaiiintlon Hxckeii."in W. S. states erabruicd thereto. is clilelly Interesting In n statement it Tho report of the judge, advocate treuerul derives Its chief interest from I, Id jli.,tkt,,l .,, tll.t Vflvn.l ..,. itlct tn.. to r,oaut Ita V Ootimmrnt Colorado. tain the Com president, and N. IL Alfred Do A Tidal Wave, One Handled Feat Illclsi Toumsn, r csldcnt. of tho "Na. Sweeps Away Property, Willie vlngsnnd llullding and tlonal Caplti Children natTocate In apr Aorth America," Loan Asi (he Impure Air, wore ai i vmcago ilondny by ctor Stuart, charged Reports continue, to come in from the PostonW mails for fraudulent earthquake region, at tho head pf the with using. ,' charged that tlio men Gulf of California. Two Cocopah In- purposes, en conducting this dians of the tribe that lived near there who ha1 ve , swindled thou- arrived In Yuma, A. T., Saturday. assoctatt from every stato They telt a thrilling story. Karly sands pf and Thursday morning hundreds of mud in tho Ul p0,000, taken In from nnd have riven volcanoes, thirty miles off, burst into A f200,000 lo urn. The victims hall violent eruption. The air grew denser nothing la California, and nro num- and many Infants were suffocated. from Mate and poor alike. From At last a violent thunder storm clear-c- d bercd amo: possession of tlio tho air only to show tho tidal facts alrea ' scheme will parallel waves npproaclilng with frightful ra- authorities; eat "Fund W" swtudlo pidity. The waters rose, swallowing up that- of en up about five years their cattle, horses, grain-fieldand which was I stilt two men at llbcr- driving them for their lives to the top ago. dWappcared several ofjlho Mesas a Jjuntlred feet high TssrsMsaswajai nboTe.the.rlveE'Theearthqiiakehoclrll VMmUiavt?r.then began. The fourth throw every nrtsstnJTPVrfTIvlfdrgot;,avilyono down, seriously injuring many. The with most oil the funds. For Rix dust darkened tho air. The rumble of months and moo otters havo been from the earthquake, the sharp explosions receivedpost all partaNof tho country ofllco and fyy authorities, of the distant volcano, the bellowing of by tho "Nitlonal the crazed cattle, made unbearable tlio protesting that tho and.ljoan Capital Associauproar, and the frightened Indians Savings, llqjldlng broke and fled widly up the river. Two tion of America" was nit what its proonly succeeded tn reaching Yuma, who jectors represented It t be, and that tell tho story. Tho others dropped ex- it was collecting money tid making no hausted along the route. Jose Perez, a loans. Inspector Stuart has been working on the caso four monthV Ho found cattleman from Lcndo, and fifty-fiv- e glgYntio in its men witnessed tho scene from that the concern was the top of the hill to which reach, and had ngents in tvery state they had escaped. They report tho tn the union, who wero riling tho tidal wave as fully ono hundred feet 20,000,000 of stock tho conViany wns high, and also a river of bluish purple disposing of Inspector StiVirt and went fire, which was flowing down into tho District Attorney Milchrist fiVind over that Colorado near the gulf. This is un- the books of the concern and doubtedly from the Sulphur mountain, seventeen legitimate loans have been which was set on firo by the volume of made in as many different I states. burning material thrown out by tho These, it would seem, were maw to alvolcanoes. Much property was de- lure other Investors, as In tho Nebraska stroyed. Itcsldcnco and all valuable case. No record of any othet loans buildings on the ranch of Chas. Town-tend- , could bo found, although thclxok) breeder of fine cattle, were lev- show that raonoy has been received hundreds from of peoplo from eled by the earthquake. the places where the single' loan was placed. A rough estimate ot AN IOWA OYOLONU the amount ot money recolved is IluUdlnga Unroofed and (Irrat Destruction $175,000 in the year and a halt tha assoWrought Near Ottumwn. ciation has been in existence. DownA heavy wind, of cyclonic proportions, ing and Tollman wero held in 1:2,000 was the consummation ot tho terrific bonds each by Commissioner Iloyne. hu.it of tho past two days, ilumcston, Hoth had lawyers on hand, aud TollCcnterville, Corydon, Ottumwa, man was quickly bailed out Downing Agency, la., nnd other towns that lay wns unable to secure bondsmen and In Its path suffered moro or less. At spent the nlpht in castixly of a drpttty ilumcston cam were blown from tho marshal One of tho attorneys for tha nnd men said there was no doubt tha conof tho track Keokuk, round-housroad, tho Western cern was rotten to tho core, but ho beundemolished and houses was lieved Downing and Tollman were simroofed Fields of grain were prostrated, ply victims of Mortlmcr'a guile. creating great loss. At Corydon tho lurge courthouse us unroofed, aud thu ENRAOBD OITIZBN9 county offices damaged. The Methodist church, was demolished nnd tho de- Hm-e- Upon the Mayor autt City Council nt pot blow n dow n. At Ottumw a the gate Kansas City, Krs., With Cries of "Lynch sw ept the roofs from the stores of A. D. Them!" "Hang Tlieml" Moss and A. P. Peterson, the largo wareTho mayor and council of the city of Co., house of Harper, Mclntyre it City, Kas., barely escaped venand the "Q" round-housThe coal Kansas Monday geance night nt the hands ot a palace tower wus twisted, the wintrowd of eirUiiindrcd tax payers. Tlio dows blown tn and the scaffolding thrown ncross telegraph and telephone .xcitcmentfever the proposition tlio clt;HiJ'!ireinsetticTdnTi I ii iimiii almlMtSf I'll l.llllllllllLlll4"l Ilia, DUUfMlIti jill"tiim mil liTrtl I TiMl 4U1 a of few hours. At Franklin Park ngcnqy nl tha C.OK&''''t'-l- ' Lltflltnild Power Co. tWIO,000. There was much and IJatuvia buildings were unroofed public indignation over the proposition, No persons nnd large trees uprooted. are reported killed but the damage to it being believed by niuny that had inducements been mproper crops and other property will be great. offered to the members of tho council to pass the ordinance authorizFOUR DROWNED. ing tho purchase, A mass meeting of Fatal ICnd of n Young reople't I'leature the was held to protest Tarty Hunt Itlilo Near Milwaukee. against the proposed purchase. Tho Fonr young people, children of prom- proposed action of tho council was deinent Mllwuukeo business men, were nounced in bitter language. Finally n. drowned tit Lalto Pewuukee, twenty committee of fifteen w as appointed to miles from Milwaukee, Sunday. They call at thd council chamber aud present with the protest before the ordinance could were out in n small sail-bothree other young people. A squall be passed The crowd by its own mostruck the boat, capsizing it. It tion joined tho committee and tlio was heavily ballasted and suqlc march to the city hall was takeu up. immediately, leaving tho As tho march proceeded tlio excitealmost seven people struggling in tho water. ment grow until the muttcrlngs of The unmes of tlio drow ned are: Albert the crowd became more loud and bitand Kmma Hnrth, Martha Kindling ter nnd finally culnilnntcd in shouts and Clara blegler, their ages ranging of "Lynch thvinl ' and "Hang tlieml" from 15 to 20 yearn, and their fathers The crowd hud worked Itself up to u are Louis Kindling. P. Harth and high pitch of indignation when tho city Leopold Hiegler. The young peoplo hall was reached In tho meantime had been spending n few days by Lake tho council hud been informed of tho Pewaukee, which Is a favorlto resort progress of the mob, nnd a hasty adfor MilwaukecaiiH, journment was taken. Tho last alderman had barely beat n rapid rotreat Streak of Lightning Through a Train. when tlio ndvancc guard of the mob night express, just before reach- rushed Into the chamber to be disapThe ing Berwick, Me., was overtaken by a pointed at finding it empty. Tho crowd thunder-stornnd a bolt of lightning resolved itself into a mass meeting seemed to traverse tho wholo train. again, nnd moro spccihes were made, Tho fireman was thrown from his seat tho mayor nnd council being denomiand severely shocked, and the engineer, nated as cowards and thicrss. believing that tho train was oft tho track, put on the brakes. All tho pasA aeorglaxKUU Two Men. sengers wero more or less severely Hezeklali Arp, a nephew of tho orlgl-na- l shocked. There was something like a Dill Arp, shot two men to death patila near the state lino, In Fnnnin county. Ga., Sunday. Arp held a claim against C&ihler Young's Shortage. to leave The amount of tho shortage of Syl- Wm. Hramlet, who was about steers atvester Young, defaulting cashier of the state, and had a yoke of the Nowport News and Mississippi tached. This produced a quarrel, and Valley railroad, at Louisville, Ky., Arp shot Krnmlet through the henrt. in Is uow known to bo at least llramlet's brother then took a handtha SSS.OOO, instead of 825,000, as first tho row, and was fhot through supposed. Further Investigation may chest,subscqucntly dying of tlio wound. Young has not Arp belongs to ono of the leading famndd slightly to this. ilies in that section. been heard from. s, 1 o h tax-paye- A Loan Asap' ?n tUleh .nver Made nt Number Thousands Hals Make a Descent nn characters. Oct ot 110 counties but three gave a majority against the new constitution. A Maiisuam, county tree turned out MOO boards twoand a half feet long inclius wide. Kivkiimi:.v are making an effort to have tlio bridges over tho Kentucky nmslx river at Frankfort raised It feet Titr. sixth, eight and tenth districts of Kentucky are "without cadetn for the freshman class ot tho military academy. itr.AT in llopklnsvllle la selling tor . i.. ataTltir tOeenls.. Tmv. official count of Campbell county at Mexnndria showed that tlio two republican candidates wero elected to tho legislature. Tho vote for governor wns Drown, (D.) 3.007J Wood Tho prohibitionists polled SI votes for governor. Tub official vote of Kenton county wns camassed at Independence. The constitution received 4,300 votes and against 2,810. Brown. (D.) for governor, got 4,330 votes, and Wood (R.) 2,604; majority for Brown, 1,675. Harris, prohibition candidate, recolved 85 votes, and Erwln, the people's candidate, 14S votes. Therk wero 18,000 votes cast in Louisville. The ofllcial vote ot Lewis county Is as follows: For tho constitution, 2,145; against it, 301 majority, 1,784. Wood, for governor, received 1,233 votes; Brown, 835; Wood's majority, 393. alliance, received 504 votes in the county. Halbert, democrat, for representative, 1,051; Boyd, alliance, 885; ns follows: (If--) 3,003. Er-wi- n, Halbcrt's majority, 160. vote of Christian county was completed tho other evening, standi: For governor, Brown, 1,876; Wood, 2,534; Krwin, 825. For the new constitution, 4,285; ngainst It, 1,000. For senator. Downer, K., 2,802; Salmon, D., 2,014. For representative, Cansler, K., 2,8.7: Richardson, D., 8,044. Salmon has about 000 majority in Hopkins county, which loaves Downer 202 majority in tho district The official James Paynb, a prominent farmer, residing near Trenton, Todd county, shot nnd seriously if not fatally wounded a colored man working on his place, ne reproved the tho other morning, man for somo negligence, when ho angry and drawing an axe advanced upon Mr. Payne, who retreated and finally drew a pistol and fired upon the colored man, tho ball taking effect in his breast Mr. Payne then went to town and surrendered to an officer. Wiiex James Lytle, one of tho oldest residents of Brucken county, died, It so affected his granddaughter, Elva Lytic, was-thai, alt a t!LAl.Kvit.UotatA.w Ijouiivir.lJ3 street railways carried 20,000,000 passengers last year. The adoption of the new constitution gives Frankfort tho capital for all time. At Paris Wood Neat, ngo 10 years, fell from the third story of a building In course of erection, sustaining fatal Injuries. A CAVK was discovered by in the northern part of Simpson county, that is thought will rival Mammoth cave. The city council of Nichotnsvillo har agreed to issue no more licenses to the Main street llquoisdealers, and the of Tom Heudren having expired, ho npplled to tho county judge for but ho perststenly refused to grant tho request Ho will Issue no more to any of tho dealers tu the city, '1 he license of Uaydcn & Bourne has also expired, but flvo other dealers wilt have five to nine months to go on, and they nro expeetlug to get rich in the mean time nnd retire. Nkwm has reached Frankfort of a shooting affray which took placo at tho mouth of Flat Creek, near tho county lino, the other day, which will probably result tn the death of each of the participants. Tho two men, Juck Kstes nnd Tom Long, wero nt tho election, nnd were moro or less umler the influence of liquor, when they became Involved In n dispute over some trivial matter. Words led to blows, nnd each party opened firo upon tho other, l'stes was shot twtco in the face nnd abdomen, nnd Long was shot in tho breast The wounds of each are so serious that tt Is not thought thnt either of them will recover. Both are well known desper-ndoes, nnd Hates hns spent half of his time for tho last two or throe years la jatl. Tills was tho only dllllculty r ported at any of the elections in that o well-digge- ' ' section. i , I throat-garglin- g r Jr-iisi- Pleas-imtvitl- contains from Pension Commissioner Katun, announcing that the amount of Sllil.OOO.oOil will le expended for pensions during tho IIrciiI year. During tho forenoon session Commander in Chiof Veaey was presented Tlio Kcnled with two gavels. llrst was an ivory one, presented by Comrade Clitrkson, of Nebraska, wooden or nnd other the "business guvel." presented by Comrade Dulllehl, of Mlchigitn. The hitter was made from the wood of tho old llngstitff Hint surmounted the fort nt Detroit 130 years ngo. It was tills fort which repulsed the famous attack of the Pontiae Indians. The commander In chief then appointed the committee on resolutions. "Tho negro question" was referred to l n committee consisting of Merrill, of Massachusetts; Hen lursun, of Pennsylvania; Conger, of Ohio; Line-hal- t, of Now Hampshire, and Atkins, of Ohio Washington was selected us tlio place for the holding of the next encampment if the (I A. U. The race between Wtikhiiigton and Lincoln, Nub., was 11 close line, so close that euch side was conllthml of mcei'ss until the result of the ballot wus annoiiivjod: Washing-toi- l, 11 made tho Hen. Lucius Ftiirchlld speech of the day. lie took tho position that if the colored men wanted to withdraw, us hud been claimed, they ought to bo ot lllierty to do it. It was evident, how cut, that they did not want to. After several other speeches by viva voce vote, the initjotlty report was finally merit ticlmiugly adopted. In thu evening u banquet was ten dered by I ho citizens of Dotrolt to the officers nnd delegates of the grand army encumpiiieut Gen. Alger presided. After an elaborate menu had liecit discussed Col. ilimry M. Dulllehl delivered tin ttddressof welcome. Then canto the following toasts: "The Grand Army of the Kepubllc," by Gen. Vcazey; "The President of tlie United States," by Don M. Dickinson; "Tlio Armv." hv Secretary of Wnr Proctor; "Tho Navy," by Secretary of the Navy Trucy; "Tlio Kuulc and Flic," by I). II. Henderson; "Loyal Women." by Gen. Daniel Hutterliehl; "Tho Wur Governors," by Austin ltlalr; "'lho Department of Mlchlgau," by Commander C. L. Katon. The Rain Machlnt a Dead Failure. Melbourne is an exploded phenomenon, Sunday he was to bring another storms to Canton, of his ()., but Instead of rain the heat was unbearable, with not a cloud In tho sky. Ho may bo nblo to bring a storm in Australia, but his efforts in that line havo proved any thing but successful in America. Soclalt'tle Tralnlnj Schools. HerrLlobknecht, Snnday, opened six schools for training socialistic laborers in Berlin Tho object Is to give a sound Four thousand practical education. and applications wero made for admission, but tlio schools can accommodate but one thousand persons. Efforts will be inadft to open other schools. d st Manx'-Wa- r Bent to China. On account of the perilous position of Americans In China, becauso of tlio re ligious riots there, orders have lieen Issued at tlio nivy department directing tho Charleston and Marlon to join tho The Charleston will Asiatic station. sail from fsan Frnnclsco to Yokohama, and tho .Marion will go direct from tho Heliring sea to China. ATSmith'sGrovcncar Bowling Green,, Perry, pastor of tlio Central Presbyterian church, fell dead In the pulpit from heart failure. Ho appeared perfectly well up to the moment' of death. Owen Seaton, ti farmer living near Cloverport, was badly cut there a few days since by Hubert Blair and Henry Ike Blair, The difficulty occurred over All parties wero a debt of ono dollar. under tho Inltucnco of whisky. Seaton Is thought to Lo dangerously wounded. The Blairs wero arrested nnd nro now Kov. Wm. M. Gov. BucKMilt has granted a pardon to F.d Martin, u prisoner In tlio penitentiary, who wus sent from McCracken county a week before for stealing n coat, vest nnd pair of trousers worth in Jail. to West Virginia. The president will go to West Virginia in the autumn as tho guest of Hon. Stephen H. ,Hlklns, ot tho clubhouse on ('heat mountain, near llcverly. Secretary lllalnc' has been invited to join the party, which will spend tlio time deer hunting. Will Oo The Impartial, of Madrid, says it learns that President llatmiiceda, of Chili, and the leaders of tho Chilian liavo appealed to tho Spanish Ifnverutucnt to act as arbitrator and war. und the Further Defections From ParntU. A telegram has been received in Dublin from Hulfnst stating that Messrs. Dillon aud O'llrlen have persuaded four of the Irish members of the house of commons who, since the disruption in tho Irish parliamentary party followed tho leadersh p of Mr Parncll, to secede. Chill's Appeal. Blatna Visits the Steacisr Dispatch. by Secretary Hlalne, accompanied Mr. Hlalne and Mrs. Damrosch. visitnl Secretary Irtey on lionrd tlieDlsp.it h nt Har Harbor, Mo., Monday and remained nlsiut an hour. Mr, Illa'neiilso made a long call upon.lohii It McLean, editor of the Cincinnati Knqulrer " A 1 TiiV; Lincoln, 3S;t, and fof four years speaker of the congress, died near Lynchburg, Va, ikged 63 years. Thomas S. Hocock, forfourteenyears u member of congress from Virginia, , Intlucuzu hits again miule its appearance In Mosrow, and is attacking pco-pjn nil classes of souiuty. oiscnsn. Tho re- Intlueozs In Moscow. It is reputed that a young fiirmer awards, while plowing near nnmed Houtherhinil .Springs. Tex., unearthed an Iron pot containing gold doubloons amounting to S17.000. There tins long been a trad'tton that Santa Anna buried trensuro tin on his rotreat after tils defeat ot the battle of San Jacinto. FTsd Dougltit r.eilgni Minister Pougluss tits resigned his 'lho position us minister to lluvti letter tend' '"if bjs resignation is dated and s din ply n formal resignaJuly tion, gunigii" luuaou itr tils action. Farnier Plows Op Money li ports shoti that on tlio average five hundred pcrous are dally prostrated uy iii .V Urn., of Martin is a mere lad. fifteen years of ago, delicate and badly developed. A Nr.wroiiT policeman has levied nn Attachment on the surveying Implements In tlio city engineer's olllco for payment of salary claimed. MissCaiuhk F.u.l.. missionary worker, daughter of the lato Itev. Philip Full, dltd at Frankfort, a fewduysago, ageil fifty. CojtillflONHltof Agriculture Wilson gives the following average of crops in Kentucky up to date- Corn, ncreagc 103; wheat, acreage 105, 100, condition quality, compared with last yenr acreage 00, condition and stant 100; hemp, condition 70; peaches, compared with last year, HW; apples, with last year. 140; clover, condition 03; timothy, eondltlou M; pustures, gnrden products 104; Irish oouditlou poUtoo tJ; sweet potatoes 110; sorghum HW. Co.srHAi'i shave been let for n eiuij nlng fnitory and it fuipltvis fimlory SIS.J0 from Leo Schwab - com-pine- d si OwutMboru, awn ants liFii "ill I 'III l.wllPllllllil II " il ill lllllllllllHll lliMaMiWIilillliTiTIl' Wk.;..,S JP vi vs ft aroi I l immmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmxmmmm " ""-3-" ' y I ... Jigtan. uIhiji (lie -. - - " " - - SpciW inu This good year of 1801 will' long n'n... ,rirl .nt llm WniliDa V.itr rtotnimfiiTnlloil nl,, ani)t I"""! Clllll "' Ingalls, tho great Itcpubllcrtn live in the memory of man . II. ilulRlcy, matiKierof the ShouTd, Take a us tlio SVSuK Is being ptishod raildly. Ttinlotij Kontucky fiom Kansas, is cavort I'ikiliicali cpfr'!um'c uiulniu of l'mlucili" HICKMAN, KY., ovScnutor .. , b f liil knii-i- illliiin. Miten la wlml Ii year of plenty, for surely tho Mrf Front Place. ing over tho country delivering vea has boon great. j njr; oonn-i,, nfter forty.st)ve years, Kla n "I.moii I'lieniiciil Co ,JoVonlllf, AIK1U8T II, ISO 1. pl'un-irpiuday, : HAS NOW ON DISl'LAY AN UNSUKPASSHD LINK OK lectures, the conspicuous fpaturo ty fairly bursts with Its fullnuas. J in New Voik.I ink , , . . Kentucky lias just iiUes.etl a of which is his position declaring In ulnlini! Hut liii) unit Join l,m- ,.,,'u Her gralncrlos are brimful to run. ' l."K"n re Jwiy VB"0' ofi"iiin "'" I I battle of Idiots in I ni- " - WIHU ..., . t Al ihl iu iniuiu Hiu ,,1,,.. l. At tin) nct session of Congress iIUUUi;u iii'.ivii'iiij lit M vat i uiiii. ii mil: uiu ...I.l. mu ,.!., for iu1iiiumoii ns adopting a new Ouniii ,,uo,,,iogro a citizen at all." Tho ml nml thorn isim large uuiiiuii urilltl. Ariwimi will ask u surplus over Tim: of ICunsan which was voted for bf ''0,,,0,li. i,M i,p,i tltnt ancli men ns homo domands. Tho fruit tronu n State. have decided to hold tlicir wheat M eniM, whilf llie mnoiiol . .. U.. .1 11.. Ik ...I eui.ii.g io twin II Ii iloiiMa mini of stmlltf irrrrnlinni', ALL THK LATEST AND .MOST Tub Murray Leaner thinks ton cram. .. Kcpuuncans. .t'eopes i,IC!,is from the Northern States, 'uro i linnvv IdiuIh. unit tlui.onc.it h f;,.. ii,d,or .Ilinlr ., i. :i.t. !..!-.- .. i .,,.& la tlio iihiU plomnl to Kikti inol cetlln neauli. i M, i tl oiix'iiiil Knimns orators couldn't i.. T, uinuiiu.iiinip, mi,ri"""" nf ... ifnoW hut little ol tlio nogro, ; . Ken- ami on I'ltocroit in ., ",0IW.,UI" wny heiit tlm iliMiincrntlo nnny in iveif every grade- and nonditiui, wliol" ., ...... .... r. ji 'P!nr inn pcrfec tnekv race Knott.iIic great dead la remits, Imlil'For ftlllm: ilCjitkIIIlike no tutniluilti. ula hj linrse. ...w,.,.-. .. . I..... .v.... J nun unit iiiirii e Ihoiisuiid yours. In lilDIOC in , . tucky, , ,. , . , u llevoil mat its luloiitien was iui i iiin amii ut Sarutoea. ' Now lork. f i . ., ....... ,. - f p .. ,,j . . . tuft, 7 ..I.. Tun world's fnlr ooiiiinlsHioiiprH, .. . uesi .... .... mo iniercsin m or- - ...i. KovlvnlIst(iti Kastem Kentucky) WOULD llli GLAD TO SHOW 8AJIK TU AliU HUU MAY ll0 ,Mj( 0f the negro as n cltl. way to the homes of tho people last li may now In P.erlln, rrpnit linn tiu peopie. Aim now u won i " "" ",rK lias a law providing Wliy don't you conic up, old man, evCr no opportunity to array '""i Ml. 0Rt FAVOK 11 Hit WITH A UAiiii. Oprninn oinpprnr is strongly n ,,,. was t ..hero such...... rult crop, and It n Stiiiidfoid for keeping irdog to tho mourners' bench! . people ... ' .,,. lino of $10 Illa! 1IK1IU ..... .. of visiting America dining old Statu proud If oar & . III III. II IIIIIIIU I.. IB uringiiig H llllllllSOIIIU I'U III I'll to Uuclo Hob (in tones of disgust); whoso barking at night distiulis would go to work in thu same hor iii lliobouth, losing tlio proprcBR of tlio fair. Tho cardens nro rani t,0 I feel bad enough where am. of united, non.partlsanwnr I" sCC,,rol tl0 fact that If tho negro cannot in growth nnd proline in viold tlio neighbors. A national c.onunitteeinnii new Industries were rtvrv-oNA bold liunk robber cnteicd a the tUrat of a State oxhibtt nt tlio Chicago t he tlilnl nnitysnyH linlM)y nnd prosperously; The corn is in splendid condition, l,' ..rolp is aoniotliiiiE in, pstablislied in tho south last week, bank at Columbus Grove, Ohio, a orpinUtitloii in "Kentucky lll World' Fair in 1803 tint would that U uciire8l neighbors'' l.o,n,, although it waa In the dullest com-- mill, ,,at,ft of o 000 inhabitants, not Inline tlio cituso. It la n enne do something like JndtJrJ to the " . ... " :? " i tn ... innimn uinin inn iinnr nrna ",u i a u n n u.i- - '"v,,nv grcou, and the stock crov mcrcial pviioii ol tue year. III. Ulli IJ(,t S.ltrtaVj 8bot and wounded ntieiitly of whistling to keep up ono's State's rosourccspros'es8 n1"' l.lllllilt ;Ul IllUilJ, ! sequcueo the negro has stood al fat mid sleek upon hill nnd dale. courage. Tun farmers of Bourbon county tin., cashier, shot and killed a ens- wealth. To be. anre there s a el.iss most like a solid wall arrayed It is a year of plenty, and God Inn Imvo organized an Insurance com- tomer who happened to come in DKLAWAitti lias lippn accorded 8UC'' ,;, operations, and after against the very neighbors by smiled upon tho country, nnd tho puny with n capital of 8200,000 site for lier of our peoplo who look uon flist choice Tor iutoriiatioual exhiliitlnns is mere- whom and through whom alone fanner if he isn't happy ought which will insure against tiro wind rcacj,iK nrotind tiIiuj railing and Koel- Stato liullilliiffs at tlio World's and lightning at $2 on tho $1,000. grabbing $l,!500iu greculwcks he Olivor Fair, Chicago, liocauso slio was tlm ly great big shows to'plfaso tho could prosperity come. The North- to be. Tm- first stnto to ailopt tlio Federal curious mid to advertise a partic- ern Iicpublicaiia may call the noTin: Tinted States has now a made bis eeeao to the woods, Womrn nml lln- - llnltnt. Constitution. a solid shot ol which can ular city, but the licatWldttenco gro "Mi6tcr," but that don't glvo gun Twenty-llireImvo lliirklrn'K Tun Masonic Savings Hunk, of of tho country has grpwi beyond tho ucero'd wife nnd children given women tlioStatos to votenow one ton a distance of iivo miles. Tilt llrsT Sl.v ArnlravrorM for Oiiln, right fot; lu th Louisville, failed last Saturday, such contracted views Ihesc Verily in war, if not in politics, tlrtiUrs, Seeds Supply Tjirtjo Sort. Utccr, Sll Hlieiini Kevrr bread, meat, clothing, or educn- - members of school boards. Thh) this is an era oi bit; guns. making tlio tlilrd liaiik failuro in great occasions bring IInih1, Clillhlalnt, Sorm, Teller. Chip to servo as an iullcatloi. ia to face, lion, nnd the Southern Democrat Louisville tills year. Tlio assets mi'l Kttilion, anil government otllcials detail- IVtiv, cures nil Skin no pr riilrc-l- k(. of tlio anxiety or women to fiiVJI . tlH-l- j I'llen, or 'l nre nbout $1,01)0.000 and tlio liank bo to sneak, tho boiioM'rovc may call lilm "Hill," llnj," or l0B0 ,,0,CI, ,iutesfor tho light edTunmake tho to l ginrunleivl to kite perfect MlUfucllii. inputs, tlm best mveiUoiiS, Hie 'Uncle," hut ho wants his labor expects to pay dollar for dollar. r so way to Mid- or nunejf rrdinilnl. t'rliw to dischurgo which they have cnl nro ou.tholr joim it. loncn.i, y, rrr'i. iv. r. joiixmix, ukir. CUAs. HI 11 II, rrral. For nle ljr C. A. ItoleooiW, Tun politicians of the National Dost thought uiuMhr I'est ,iiul is willing to pay for It, mull clammed. From many of tho land, Texas, tho scene of opera of tho wliooeiiliac(l world. because ho has to II vo in tho same' States It is reported that roniitn tions. Everything lias been Alliance mo iiliout to turn their attention to Arkansas now, wliero In truth, they done more to lias no sooner occu given me to make a thorough test of Senator Horry and (lie demo- spread nnd d'velop civilization neighborhood and community lie ballot than slio is content w'thout theiiitliience of etploslous in tho wants the npgroos' condition, mor- going on to cast it. cratic congres"iiicii aro attacking upper itir. and third party than all othiV iiitlneiices. The ally, religiously and materially im tlio HIOK1VIAN, Tin: Stnto or Nebraska is tryt'uulil Nlnml II II .Sum Coull. first Woild'aair over hold, wlrich proved. Hut the fact that his nemovement. ing an experiment with the school ; Is claimed, by Thk republican managers nro was in Lonitm, it gro neighbor has been generally Iii Chicago they aro telliu; this books question that will be watchbest thought of so arrayed against him mid his inter- story on Sam Jones. Ueceu ly he ed witlt interest. I'nder tho law now saying tlioy did not cx bringing tlu pent to poll much of a vote in many diffeont nations into audi- text books will be loaned the childests, mid in favor of such men as was addressing a crowded Kentucky, anyhow. This does brought about a mutual re- Ingalls, mid their interests, has ence and said: "I want oven one ren without chargo and the ex, not consist with the speeches and Wo offer the most Mheml Accommodations in tlm rmieri'ivitlnti wlio Willis tn pense ol the text books will bo Solicits jour business. or perpetuated a foetid of prejudice R0 t0 Heaven to stand." 01 ourco paid out of the State treasury. efforts of their candidates during spect tlm no to our Customers Consistent with Kstubliohcd wars and probabilt- and lessciod tlio campaign. Hanking Piiiii'lplcs. on the part ot the whites nun everybody rose up. men lie sulci: WT' w Il 1TN?"1I Till. Indianapolis Journal calls of w,rfi or "'I time to co.no. blacks that no doubt has retarded "Now I want everybody who vanta KX.SRNATOB Si'OOKRn, of Wis- the feature of tho new Constitution cousin, favors the nomination of Ami tlir reciprocal umienai tho improvement of tho negro as to go to lite other place to uanu of Kentucky allowing for tho presidency on vantage! to each are inestimable. a citizen That tho Republicans .... ti At flfcl in , nun Qti,1 , mi . of a jury to render a verdict "a re . ', , k f c. iiALTn:. it. t. tyli:k, j. y. row kll, k. it. hukya d, "The Kentuofy, heretofore, has dono tho l'ennblican ticket. he says, her people great injustice by lack have not made bigger fools of tho individual in tho hack seats, ibutit form which nullities the jniwer of Federal Klectinu Hill." V. A HIIL'l K, .1. V. COW GILL. A. A. FAKIS, negroes than thev have can only as fat as an umbrella, arow and the crank with a dypcplio con"should be crivon a placo In tho alg of pub'ic spirit in such great en- be accounted for by tho fact tlint makes platform, second only to tho tarifl MV "' 1,,0,,,l1cncl,l.v )v',nt ,0 "? science and terprise but tlio C'ouutKU be the negroes were mostly raised;. most an impossibility. question." i1' ...w lieves that tho proud people of by good Democrats, nnd, there-foie- , iliij luni.ti.i, iij. i.iiiiv. t..i,i,iv, .i... Tun desperate McKlnley has South Kits Io.va was visited by a & jl preacher stand nil alone." 5J wridth would pro already begun to demand of the the old Common cyclone Sutulnv altumoon, which had "butter taisiug" than ptotcctcd manufacturers of the for for tho Stuto to show new life tliat class of political bosses that Some ono asked an old colored did considerable ilaningp, tmrticu- 3D country tho wages due him fur in tliii rpgard. Webellevo that have boon arraying them as a preacher how his church was get- larlv to the crops. At Leon, half Jjg && ids tariff bill. They are being !it should bo discussed by the "solid black wall ugalust their ting along. Ho answered: d'o7cn houses were demolished, a -iVntl ilJoulor ixx called upon to supply funds to 'Mighty poor, bruddor." white oppresscrs." and at Davis City where eight thouB For Pore I'jrc, make his campaign for Governor ucwspipers of tho State, and that "What is tho troublot' persisted sand people were attending WINKS each county and district should a sucess. COiVGILL'S ZY2 DALVE. DISIT.U, The platform of the Third Party tho questioner. tho tabernacle wascrushed hold meetings, effect organiza- in Ohio is not nearly as crazy as Ho replied: "Do 'clellrs dey is Sinok tho Republican party has .Mi:i)icirs, AM) ForNeiirlgl mil ltheiimall'm, by falling trees. While many were 1 .'i. r ,V Al boon unhorsed in bleeding Kansas tions, nnd thereby prepare tho tho Republicans hoped It would! jost dm win' nil do fatners outeu injured, no one was killed. 117jr- umf COWGILL'S WEASEL OIL. i:u . ai. station do body an' outeu de bones ob de tho Lord seems to smilo on tho public, mind of tlio State for a h Q U O It S, be, but thoso two planks arc crazy bride ob Christ. We can't do uuf-tiThe Word's fair commissioners e!r For I'lUs grasshopper state. Tlio corn crop irreat Mid grand State exhibit. FANCY COO 1)S do are tindiugthat the Hurnponngov-crmeiitenough: without a 'piety. D.ir is l'OIt is estimated at L3U,0(H),000 and tho . , , , ., .. COWOILL'S PILE OINTMENT. krfe i f We iJeiniiDil goTerntnent ownership o( Li n cum 'ciety, will Sister Jones are taking tho keenest in- farmers will sell over $100,000,000 a i. auiiit.- -, 'IfwtVSrMb alt tnf.in, of tranrportotion auj communU an' liruddor urown a ruiiniir it. tercht in tho project nnd that tue Alliance iieiiHicriitM, MKIMOAL worth of stock and oilier faim ami Itincworm, l'Al.NTS, citioD lietetn nJ bjr the people of the Den dar is do Dorciifes ait' de maiiufacturies of that part of the In?" for Teller , that is to say members of the products. rjajj- -Untied amies. UUU-iU, U8U. ..., ..V ...... ....,.!. " MII.K. on iiammr il T.ilinii.in r..,.rl,l ... VMM. ImimlHw ntliilil. ' UU Vr U1- --I a Willi ..r. who are Democrats, and We liellcre that llie eoliitlon of the waniriiicrs Tun Ohio people's party has Uidies. An' Sister WilliauiB she! tiun of their products nt Chicago. put a state ticket in tho Held. It they constitute a largo majority ofi'lV0' problem lien in abolmulnc the ele must march in front ob do Daugh It is all the moro important, there Jir For Woruu, SPECIALTY. ill rut war ,t VTcra Syntp to say another farce, that organization in Kentucky, et4IIt Ol ilium "iiiiiji is su'iub e viihcrt-i- s era ob 1'euecca. ' tom.tatioD anJ evil, ai,J fore, that states like those of tho CowgiU's PIcmit to bo enacted, tho success of ni0 nn important mlssionarvjfore demaml ihm Hie excinnon, 'Well,' rejoined tho caller, "yon South, which enjoy such extraor- SATlSFACTlOy (. UAIlASTkKh OK ..;, Hon. .iporuilon, ..unafaciure .ni vle endangered nml llio!nrt ,,,tinpffiriI1 Imvo tho brethren of the cliurJi dinary natural resources, should Iinw TllK iiOXKY RKFUSUED. ol pininou niiors iiu e ean.iueieu L , pockets ot n row people's, . propei ly represented at mo ,rA'J.N Ihe Uovrrament orSuicnl coal through to help you." e fresiuennai eicei-;- oi iiexitj imrtv leaders fattened with px- For Sale lijr li VroptUtnre, "No. Nati; lit tmit "jienso collections taken uji nmoiigjyi'ar. Tlio A11liviiflaucjjdono "I?8''," wlnmlifmmilarifcl oiucikk fur muvh OiM Fellers, dnr run diO-L- li, mitmlt npply llo .MotlS orBTnffafTJrv irnn VtM-- ti nrlio niiininn COWGILL & COWGILL, rrr iiriWciiltursls. (great deal of gooi ttfe- niiln'jfet,tit. "01.15 de Oklahoma Promise. Yihat 'tlic demo.-rawill no.niuuto T M, liy, brudder, by de rrlr5 ,,, evc,am , J. O. Wyn.v. State hiisiiipss'tion it has provoked, 'I at It is When tho State owns both the gr ni3. am.1 ,.Gra Kccd abpleodiJ MocV of the erj btit maid ??xl Jmr-al- l Hickman. : : : Kkntuokv. agent of tho Farmers' Alliance of phiiu to bo seen that "refnse poli railroads and tho saloons, every- Ue brnddercn and sis'teron pays ttK A o ivirM of all kl J cf b r. sei,''tor wm Georgia, is a defaulter. An inves ticians'' nro attempting elsewhere body can lido free and get elected tho dues an' tends all do meet-- ' P1 to bo mistaken in his views tigation at Atlanta indicates that do'eietics, dais tiulMn.hf '"d o! wild public barkeeper besides. HAROWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &e. the shortago will exceed ?.VJ,000. ns in Kentucky to inject fo' .Mount I'isgnli Church but jiM "" to the free coinage of silver, but l'rHf ImleMcd 14 me, either hy role schemes, that cannot stand nitcl- that be i.- right on evcrv other or aecount, aro requested lo eomt forward Wynn's fall is duo to speculation do shullid which are offered al ONK I'lttCK, anj that iU Weuster and McAllster, the cob;and cawn hastoad beenspevkh-- ipiestion. I Io intimates that Mr. al unci and rule, or their eUlin will hi Had men will erppp into any or- ligciit discussion, into it. and to fro wed oil' dtse Third Party candidates for tho chickens." banle of an officer for placed la the ttry lunral the laarktl juH3. ganization, mid tho old parties do control it to their own advantage Cleveland might vield to the tc I'omi at ono an I thereby Legislature, ran ahead of their not contain nil tho corruption. ot the party as to silver. csrt. I mean what I aay. ruin it. Democrats who joined or rtpimenlid Alt goidi ciiaranlitd to be FACTS FOR THE rCOrLU. ., 3tf JOHN WITTING. Ho denounces as lal&o the charge AVEiiSTKitanil Taylor, it seems, the Alliance under n constitution ticket. Tiiis shows that they are Ixmon Chill Totilo li mare genera',!; ! are the only counties the third. guaranteeing incui ireruuiu in po- - more popular tlmti their part', lUtil, It mere plf muni to litke ml more that the democratic senators are 'I pnrtyitcd carried in the late oioe- - ijtlcal action have only to demand and added strength, not weakness, certain lo cure than ny clilll lonlo on the working against Mr. Cleveland. market. The proprlelori, mitliorlte llie AGENCY tioii. Let it be understood thntt it. INSURANCE perxone, wbo tlint n stnnd by cilBt ooiistUiitloii, to ntmtore lo thin article, jit'iiiiui in ,iii;.u i;(iuiuiua uiu ' ia i lAfiXnui lo gnartnlee eeh holile lo do wlmt In a Little Girl's .. I. !..... !- .- II. tl It AT The votera'of tho United States cUlmeJ for It or relntnl the nionejr Inthe old Gibraltar, whieli may give nun ii iiiu ii uhsiuib' oiiu utu nrnnl In npplr to nprvprt it. or to nro against secret political organ- stead of llienlekening stulfou liml lo (We Mr aid Mrs. I.oren Trecott an- - kerp-e- n KANUKAtrrunKUit qv tiii: cki.kuiiatuu milk to Mraiifi! fro (Is lint nuvpr nick IhU Ii o plennni to take of Padiicali,ro,,nco politics, mako them do izations, and tills has been repeat your the elillil, willt pleiiure lo the time Mich., the lov. Lls'illina'c at Saml lleacli, J. I'. KOYSTKIl now repra-en- ts follows them astray. t lint look und nre bleicol with n ilau;litr, with no edly emphasized in the history of for another Joe. For ile bj Cow(ill it in broad open News. four jcnti old. I, ait April nhe w taken n full lino nf Insursiicc Companies Life, Fire nnd Accident. He duwn with Meulex, follo'til with aured-fil- l ,0ckc1 (,oorfl' nnd with " ob,ija this country. Therefore, Alliance Oowgill. The next State Legislature ivill Conch and turning inlo a l'eer Doc solicits your business. stand: Democrats, TO; Rppubli tions of secrccj'. Tho body of men ought to oppose having their A prominkkt feature of llie St. Louis tor t home and DrtrMl treated tier, but Ollico in Laclcdo block. cans, 1C; People's Party, SI: Indo tho Alliance, in Kentucky aro dem-- ' organization druzcoil into party Itkrciilic In the Tariir Department, which In nln,lie grew vor rapidly, until alio le(;iin July 10, and will be cootinui'l wij a mere ,'li:indful ol hone . men 'ie i pendent Democrats. r. The Sen- - Crats. but all know a ncrcentaco niitinB. A. W. LINDSAY, until Ihe enil of the eampil;n of 13J2. Iri.sl Dr King' New Ditrovery and after .....-- . Ilni.. . nr,, t, nla , ...VI will stnnd . ISUIIIISWII ir. OTn of tho "talkers" !., I'll 1 deiiarlmcnt Ii edited br lion. William tlic iihi of two and a half bottlo. wai com ltepublicaiiR, 10; People's L'aity, 11 o "rT", o y-- a t-- li will again bo the t,. WiNoa, of West Vlrilnlj, one of llie pletely curd. Tliey y Dr. KIiir' New IlARUIHON 1. This will civo the Democratic like the dovil hates holy water. a"""1 nemocriii in connres "no noi Uincorery t worth it weight in gnU, jet 1r,inlH"iiiiinnilni lor PrpRlilnnt ny e0DlributM signed nnleUi blra.elf, you may KY. HICKMAN, gel a trial bottle free at C. A. joint caucus 97 members out of n C3 A refusal to nominate him would but bu alo enliniea the cooperation of 11lronib'a jirug ilore. Is il -- Cotton? possible KiS, and the House cau-8.15 n ao.l uiiior.iiy ORieooiih K 8. Murrell. rlier on his "lW"o-bo mi open repudiation of cus 70 members out of a possible llie rarlo'jf pliaei of Ihe Tho little county of Fulton has Whole lldllllnistratloil, lom need's; All of lie Turifl artielen Tarlll ipielion. 100. appear In the Third ' Itepublie. nbleb In mailed in tho county jail, Congress, nnd the McKlnley bill, Twice who has been noin- - IS unfortunates John Hoitk, lo iuUcribtra crery Tuesday and Prldty, .Wicuor to l&AJtlU Alltn. inated rorUongress in the Second"'"1 others out on bail, awaiting bv tho Rcnnblicnns. They can't roa on IV oic Dot LA a a ykah, and U al or Tin: Tennessee District to fill the va-- . Iiial by tho cfrcnlt1 court which nfford to tlms go back on Ilurri. 111., the bent and cheapest nen and once Books aijd Slalioijery, U.r.,1 i .i:.i t L .1.. cancy made by tho death of his convenes noxt Mondav. This sou for Hlaluo or any Other mail, roramplecoptci. AddrtiiTiiE father, Is the son of his father wm,i,i i,iipn fnnrfnl Innm-inHickman, : : : Kkntuckv. Si. Louis, .Mo, no nothing more. Tlm moon, Thk cxcosslvo zeal mid boat of NOT KIIPT IN STOCK, of crime, or perhaps it may bo sliitio Republicans are strong in BOOKS Nl CAL'NR Flt Al.AUH. measurably accounted for by moro partisan politics is often rebuked OK region, but it Is a that rtlailoitery o eery rarlety an I ilyle. from the pulpit and such rcuukes opportunity for tlio Democrats to vigilant ofllcers in arresting such aro nee'dod. hut thero is even a PJi. Alia, acent for llie leading In speaking of the prcsoiu finan- Hickmaii, of the United StalM. pnt up u gooil man nnd find out offenders And yet there nro of-- ' creator need of cheeking tlio ex- - cial condition of our country, a INBI wnetuer mo district is tlio per fenders who have never been ar- - ceslvo zeal of religious partisan- and prominent Louis-vill- Fur llm Trim r.inlliiK Jul) IU. Bonnl property of the Honk family, bank ofllcial said to tho daily DEALIiUS IN rented. This is a fcnrfnl picture. ship. It is always uoticcablo that PROriTBi Tins fall important elections Crime should bo diminishing, not whero polities develop their worst Times last week: Blacksmith and Undertaker (rrrnlf J.U'VW, "Thero nro several causes of tho PremiumrHNthi-- JIIVti......ll,Hl.) will occur in nine stntes. but in nod lowest forms there is involved HICKMAN, KKNTUOKY. , . im.ao lcrest In tho rnsiiliB wliu'innlmnaf ii'crcasiiiir, in this ooniity, wlicro,snmn iHHft of oxcessivo partisan-- present . strinccnoy. . Ono of- these Inutr.i.,.. -- -. ..-.. . : .. . : . .. . . .'--z I.7A . )o( nave moro ciinrcucn, uettor' Bhip for what Isorls liollovctl to uo;is mo large exportation oi goui l'inM,. it. wiiolly conllned to thoso In Mnes-lwCl.'Jfl ........ SM IVn MI! A Tltni. whett yon want nchusetts, New York. Ohio and' schools, liuttor sowt-tv- . nnd lilah'n nrinciplo of religion. To find This has rouiovod a largo amount .... ' Total .7ii y HIjcVkiiiIiIiIhk itone, or lepalra ou Iowa. Thrco of thoso nro repnli.i ni,iv, .i- -, i. IM.mi pn. t, nn this illustrated wo need go to the of money from circulation, which E,ln aln,. liilM lrui,. fur W.ijoiH. Ac. Horicalioelng a iperlapy. Mean states, and tho other is history of tho past, which Is full mnst be regained beforo things I' 7,S7l.fJ I alno ket' a full line of iu the.years gone hy. Ofthomany of it. Wo can find It iu tho pres- can entirely case up. Wo hope to Tull ntt gxlu, always debatnble, yet this year Undortakor'a Goodc, there Is nelianco for thoilemoerats' uccused of crime some nro no ent in every State if not iu every soon get this gold back. Tlio VALUE Or BHASESi nek Coniioon, Hoki'wijihI, it ti .Solid to carry all of them. All of them doubt Innocent, ami others guilty. county nf tho country. When crops this year, from one end of One lirn "4." l ll"-- . .. We are oft?rtn:r .11 rrali rl Plain, Merttam nn1 Finn Turning nt r'atlr fln'r I prl'. W Collins nml Cen, wldeli cm bo fitted nhu or Tlilnl on mm now have dpinouriilln governors The juries to be empannellod noxt men conclude that it is their reli- thu country to the other, Imvo 0 I r rmt. Inl rmtTrm...i.')i and al rcanuuable enrryafmiluiout all iiine.nf choir J, HonUorn, Tolilon, CuroaiiH, Wnihutnnlu, up on ahort notice, Wi lor inuiill..,. WarrirohoH, Uhnmtior Sola, llnttroBno, Oprlntiu, Elo , &' loiiuarnntw juit ,, important gious duty to get n law passed to been good. In the countries across Intreilii,Jlilirr1il"A pricea, 01 ro m n call. Z,RmSr,,y d0tt,ocraUo con-- week nro chai.t--' prlroa to Mi tbu lowcit. llivo in n tnul Mid l lonvlnreil. use forco to compel somobody tho water, this has not been the Un hr "II" al llnSimp near lUo Jnll. Itir on Ulldort'lkora' C J1(ia and Vcount all toiupetltlnu Iu Ibli trusts to disciiinliiato between else to do to suit tbein, they nre case. Consequently, Kurnpoan tVSWe aro Ii, nlnf ol Thlr.l Ttrm,.. 7M m.iy'J.5-8Kbntuokv iB now to live under tho guilty and the Innocent to eriil. Inlnrr.t on Mine line. Wo oeiry a lrK line ot V," ile.uiii: M Ullii. lluriul Cuei. mind to show iu pol- nations must soon como to us for t jitrf,ir 9inor.Un ! in a frame of a now constitution and time alone tWIUislrmj aod Jo'j Wolk u y iH.ilt. W Iut.onrW Miarra, Aerl "II" will demonstrate tho wisdom of enforce tho law. Tlio eyes of all itics the worst they Imvo in them the necessaries of life, and wo will IM."v to develop tho worst phases Imvo abundance with which to Totlliittrntoiii,iiklfcallil, Ami net your Illnckiiiilthhig ami general its provisions. There were ninny good peoplo of the county nro midpolitical partisanship. supply thorn. This will bring .SVt trolH f.r illnUlon amanc Itepnlrmg dune at honest, intelligent men in tho state turned to tho juries of the coming of J,75,7l UI7 ihHt", much and perhaps nil of tho ex1.7 who voted against it from patriotic C011It 10)illj manifesta- ported gold again into circulation .Vet (irudt to erll ,lil BKBIKi A. luat l0 coditlon A NEW but dangerous KIIIST motives, and it may lie that some ,lf ., - tion of tho genius of tho China-maBW,,, in our midst. Wo have greatly lH III n inoiitli lln. of their objections will be demon. l.AI ( Corntr o Obion anJ Exthangt Slrtilt,) for effecting economies lino tho advantage, of the Furopoan I'rotlK Ut uinl .'ni irriu.,.. M uu imIb us sound. Thero is ono cbs to temper justice with mercy, lu,.. strated Iiilfrnt 1.7" 1.U HICKMAN, just been discovered iu San Fran- nations in oxchaugo of commod- Tlilr'l ttrui irolll,.... KY thing nbout it however that tho and yet to uphold the law with cisco. On the tops of many of tho ities. We buy from them luxuries. HKIIIlia- - n. defects In tho now instrument can fairness whore necessity. Unoil Work at Tho bulldliiKS occupied by tho Celes I'rlcea. .My wnen money is scarce, W monllii ilori SKC0'D ineroiore, 11.W by ,"t'a"s mot tu. l.ai Dealer Ui ofiKOoa of aodct-- ,lci"iii",H ,,,al our tials wooden kltehoiiB have been wo keep what we have mid lot tho I'ripflt flr.t lirru of ikHo, 21 .. UO UK n iperialty -- l Inurxt mi I'H.ihii vl"', niado of Jusurios go. In Kuiopo they constructed. They aro jtuios iict earnestly and Irmly. 1.70 MM tvnii preni Third JOHN V. (UtAY. OovnitNou Hochanan, of Ten boards, and tho chimneys pot follow tho samo plan. They aa . DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS AND Tllllllf StilUIM-ncssee, will convene tho Logisln Tin: Memphis in them oxtend scarcely nbovo tlio Kot from us thonctual necessaries e 1 '" SALE AND LIVERY STABLE muliIlK ilux,. ttire next week. lie will refortho says tuiu mo lummtHjuo i"'gisia the slab roofs. Hero all kinds of required to support life. No 1.7" 7.7'i t'rutlt lliliJ teiui, II3CZOIAN, ICV. whole qucstioii of tho removal of, turo at its special session "can at nnd Inutiilry operations tor whether money is scarce with tho penitentiary from Nashville IciiHt put u stop to tho practico of nro earned on with n reckless dis-- them or not tlioy must liny from AB3ET3. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. & nnd tlio erection of now buildings, peddling out contfets to sub regardof the constant danger from' ns when our crops nro largo mid C..,. . IhIM.wi regulation of the penitentiary,' sees, which whn tlio prime cause fire. Tiie spuuo between Ihohulld theif's aro small." ...i.''Al." i.,,ni, KENTUCKV BTKEET its management mid lessees, and of tho trouble at Jiricovillc." It ings on narrow ullcya has boon SS'lTl.i'J Notwithstanding tho hard rui.il rouri,.. tlio regulation of convict labor.' could hardly do Icci than that, mid utilized in the same wny. On tho on hand for hire FOB; KKKT8 constantly The Governor is hemtilyiii favor it can eisilydo moro. i If it can-o- f timber reaching from ono bide times, tlio man who ntlvortisos Is LIABILITIES. s.ys-- ' not lid lie Stale of doing away witli the Icaau II0K8EB, nuaaii:8 nnd HACKS. tho lonsu sys- to tho othor thoso ramshnukle tho fellow that gets to tho fiont. fiint .,7.l l.ii tn, tem. Ilo will nlbo recommend in Item at cico, It can provide that kitchens have been constructed, During all the dull season tlicio Hum null film mii tn Uiiii, ',7I.II imlii Hating purchased llio Blnlle, hortei l)M(nl;ltlilril ltnn.7.(W.rl S,lj.li7 his lucttsugo tho tpiontlou of tiiak- - somo otuor disposition shall be somo of them three stories high. has boon a cci tain nmoiiut of and entire oulttl of W. II, I'lummer Hli,ili tlilr4 Irrm, 1.W.UI i....!.!?!.!.n that baa gouu to thu iiuui who liiihi,i, no p'opote to ennlluue llio lniiliiins, nnd Itr an appropriation for the madu of couviutb not ulrcady uu- - Fires are blazing iu thorn con"SToar, in, $1.00 uor icano. udveiliscd. Mr7l,Si milioU piilronucu' TuUl llaUllltea,. stantly. norm's fair uxiiiuu. TUB MCKMANJfflURIg TOE CHICAGO FAIK. 111 lll Is Oil IIH5 3V?j;ro. . i:it or mii 11.1: pwum rv. "l (enoiul .o .WS'1H' .'.., .ii-iiis '. ;1f"' ; ,.,l" f H M IU Mr-J- 'trs. 1N0I-UD1N0 fiddle )or)e$ ( i I ttri-A- l u 1 iinu-partisa- u L Sub-Allianc- es SSsSSi?SwSsi5priftg aad Summes Miiluieiy Oowj-lll.- t 1. li; I , ....... ... - .,. I - I m-k- o "... . .... ( "' "'. ,"' Novelties! Fashionable ..... Great Reduction in Prices ..-- 1 I ,, ,, ... I I I 1 ATTENTION, FARMERS! Chilled Plows, and Avery and ker Steel Plows, and other Farm )lements, at reduced 'prices. and Fresh A of Farm JSJE. 1 irt..i - (lriu o ftl. 'A ! I . g i intelll-gonc- o Drug-plt- U pro-vnle- d pv sub-treasur- y What to Buy ? W r M3L ICHMAIT SANH' 'KENTUCKY. mmB. con-tac- t, existed-before- r-- y' svri Paid Up Capital 840,000.00. DIHECTOBS. , I ! " , -- ' three-fourt- hs 1 jury-lixin- ,' '', ., ( l; i i;tW R XT OQEST 1 V rtiiiK rfc -F cainp-meetin- g, n' s !i. V. - ...... I X.li.i, ..,.,.,.- - ,' narW;::.,. mw& ivMiV s;rft.LL3euri n-xzJt?- -- mSft&snSZWkA .ilJlht ryc i f 1 PllKSCUIlTIONS '.;... .,....,, iniwria-Campbe- ll - mm r j IMlAIDl.vriN iteiS'S BSLIABLEI" Ueve-ingso- Tako Ho tic - n. sent-iine- nt asro3w Roojarijs: HERTWEGK, o, Srooictlty & 1 1 I I Eijra HICKMAN. BALTZEJI CO., day-ligh- t, i . 1 " lln.nn. A rn a mmsBtJU. 1 M4wa lm GrH7Efinger, 1 mCSS&AS WAGON, HICKMAN". KKNTITCIOT. FrxaWITUKB. i ItM-uutl- I m FUBNITURE. first-clas- s Kentucky, - utwi-pipi- ri STEl'lIENS & TYLElt, well-poste- d o A. F. OLIVER, ! Mt.i .- , - 1 , .... o ... Funilturc asd Undcrtukor's Ooods, . '1 111 Vnl-n- 1 (I d - A , ,.', e"8t- n 1 J. F. GRAY'S, Hock-botto- THE OLS ESLIABLE. CHAS. A. HOLGOMBE, DYE-STDFF- 5;'LK!ltod can-roug- h -- m -- Appeal-Avalanch- e O. mat-culinar- y . J los-th- o Fahys Patiker, SUBSCRIBE Por THE pii,, I bus!-dos- s "UlGKfifAN COURIER," Advancol .... - I: T, f 'i.i . . iiffMMliffiraiSiKeiiUaa fjgHr.tr'aiwuKBtmwwHMidgBeaai!tiaW?tiH7iMiHaTriaTnaCT ....u,...Ui ....n..J..IM,Jalu.liJMll'lliLJ JHj.. niiliitfl llfrBalliBftnarnieniaaMmriMMalUiliaLa Jl , i h JI mLaLaLaLaMsaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLas m mSZZSZSZ!S WORLD'S FAIR! m-:- Our" Patrons, who like to have, and will have, tho latest in everything, cannot fail to be gratified when they visit our counters, on which are displayed the superb assortment of -- jmr mmjf7m.umrnrM.tteA c naamMwaw w IlnllraiKl Time Tulilt. N., $ i Our Stock is as full and complete as the Cash can make it, and we Spring We and , X-'lxct- t T, o W on E3x:lxi'fcitiorL ! competitors, with cheerfully invite inspection 3El4a,Tre .A. 3XT &&- mm JD &2 A. JPSjfci 4 Goods, and will welcome purchasers with six for comparison im PRICES m, w& w i 33 VQMT4 PAIR 11.8017 urrr.iv, lino ninia, TLm X 1ST C3r. wr F EL 0. &BtT"l H. It. m ELLISON BROS, (3U00HSS0U8 TO A. A. DAVIS,) H. Tr.ln No. It, mm r. h Tr.ln ,s.i M, 1 ui r. m Tr.ln r m , Tr.ln This rotl make close connection wild Ilit- - L. k N at McKeniie going- tiorili, and ' with Ibe N. M. v. l I'sdiicab June-- 1 iiou iroing nan ii una ii Newoern acconi tnaUllaii gold south. - t.KWKO MIIIIVKrti No, M, I Nit, ll, 3 In GENERAL INuURANCE AGENTS Eire, Tornado, Marine, Life and Accident. Total Assets Mr of CompanieQ Represented Smiti?, 9 ,. , p. .&.d&$iKliMmM. LOCAL NEWS. Mr. II. 0. Anther la ating at Dawson Ppilng. Iliokmnti lm.vura pn Tor 'If No. --' wbcal. Wllil Kill KvniiHBnyn on hl thKik lo vlill Kleknian. It la fuutorlcR, moro recuper81 f PUB! "WHISKTES, The purest miAjfa and band J. BARRY, 4$ S) XC H AN G "SjxsP"" "SI 'WHTXS. BIIHB, dttO Bargains in Dress Goods. JJargains in Shoes. Bargains in Underwear. Bargains in Slippers. ,'' ' ; ' I'rentloa, , BUaa J. W. Harper, Monireb. McBryer, Pride of vToodfefd, Jone", Guckenheltuer Kye, Lincoln Couuty, and Ike Old Oscar Ttppcr. nli conts It's down than nil $240,000,000.00. OFFICE OVKIl IIIOKMAN DANK. PRI0E3 KEASONMLK, ACCORDING TO QUALITY AND AGE. thing cl.e, I bat build up towns. Hickman, CONCERT Kentucky. rr. Circuit Court begin next Mon-1)- , with tht largnl docket far totntjr Mr. G. W. .Jones, of Itcelfoot, Teim , li of cotton citj this wssk. tttil fame, in la On of Hliaron, Tenn., were iliiilug frlru'js In Jlloknmn, Ihlt week, A Inrgo Ilr church, UtlHuaday. MiK Mr. mill Mr. II. g U. Ilniloy, hi Friday 1 Hickman College. TUB NEXT SESSION Ol'ENS Bargains in Clothing. Bargains in Every tiling ! ol Methodist Parsonage, "SPARE DEM," Hickman, g&Sgs : : : GROCER, Kentucky. Evo, Aug. 21, 1801. ritOaitAMME: Ordinlr ati.mlrd Ihi iinmbor of Illckiimn. einp-i)irsllu- at Anil-i- b Miulo fyonday, Aug. 31st, 1891. Excellent advantages olTered in all Dcparlmcuta. Come see how VERY CHEAP we will : : 2 Itiirpilus on our Itcmnnnt (Jouiili'f to clone nut tlio Hittiiiuur joiuIn. J. AMiiKlto't) Sonh. Mra. A. II. Scrnrcc, wIioau rr.hlenoe boy 3 4 Canltla, ' ljuarrel Bon, lit citation I'aiia." 0 7 B moog b Flowrri. ' .'....Medley -What Would Vou Tke for U, A recently Je.liojrd by fire, near Cayce, lii commenced lo rebuild. nnl Operetl Muiie Vocal Solo mill.ni.t. Mr. D. V. Hyntint and Lizrlo IIICKMAN ASMOl I ATlltN.AND liOAN llaydon were married oa ilie fib Init. The lllrkman Uullding and I inn Amo. Miss .IcHto Ktirun mill broth- la bettor to clotho tho naked Tlmrcday ulgbt, Aug. 20lli. elation rt, children of K. II. Kuipu, ol rlan Ate truth In polito "Wild All clueamerle be paid by 2 o'clock on that mint tonla, In Hill." ir rlilliiig day The 4th lerlce cammencea on that Hickman. Don't uie bluer and naiiwoti mtxlnrri day, and uberibera mini then pay In Minn I.lr.zlo (loitldor. now of when you can gel "C. U C. Certain Chill Ihelr first Installment. Marlln, IVxai. lillln relative In Hick- (.'ure.'' I'traaant lo tol ami gummied man, will return to Tex in about two Id cure Chilli aud Kerrr. hold by C A. IIONPITALITIUH AI'IMIIX'l.tTAn. week, I10LC0MIIK. Rrtthtil by the Farmer and Kaborera' Tho ladles of tho Methodist Dr. Wcaaon, the Third Party I'nlon of Fulton county, Ky,, now in eel- Chinch H III (It dinner at Ibe court editor at Wingo, llravri cuiinty, ilnce thi Ion a I.iScrtr, in mid county, that we bom yard oo atil TuciJay and We. rrniill of the election, wanlt "more bell bereliywi.li lo extend our thank lo I he imday. and te pnlillca In bla'n," Tliejilrht af good elliienaof Kullon county, and alio e A party of Ulukiiiitiiitcs went to Ibe election -- ra boy went afWnd yl lo our Tennenee frlendi, for he ahown ua on the fill Wii'oti'n ofSce lo tie erape on lb door, and klndnr Union Clljr Uit nl(tlil lomtfnl uppr an thi place. ee'nn joke, and the next day lb of AufllH, 18UI. atCORA HAM, Clim'n. lo be cirrD for tin brn9t of Ibe Ctliollc O. pa.e lOinei out In dime noeel ulyle. gi Cburcb of iktt place. lug tht loya' natnei, Inilnuallo). that it A ltcquo.Hl. Mr. .Imiica Il.Tnylor, of near wai an atlcmpt Is wreek anl burn bit other, prompted by leading Democrat!. Coliiriil.il. JleJ on the i'n'l inil He may be DemAll llie who are In any wav laterealed n orili clllirn, ol on elJ ftnllr In that III., bli dar oul, ocrat, mnn enough lo burn properly, but In t'oplar (trove oemdery ure reiuelel lo ami nliltlr knonn. urtiy mere are none nig enougo root to meet at that place Thtirwiay morning, Hcrrutnry of Stnto Ailnmw now want lo deitroy that pipir I Augtit 20th, with their blade, hoej.axei, ibe iuorllr for ibe n Con for the On our Ilcmniiut Counter you lumpolpuller, dinner), rle, lo make ar- e Hi IWtW. ami Jobn Young ttlullun clearing It oil, and wilt find some of tho beat Sliora rangement! to have it lencrd. The In. Jlrowu't mJ4irhv at L'7,(HK. ttiii) Slippers ever sold in this nation ia lo remove all enclosure! from HUCK IIuoh' Ih thoplnco tojjo around Ibe grarei, and to enolo-- e Ibe to hit vt your cycti tcatediiud llttcd town, for less than half price. whole under one 7:L'Mr J. AMHKUn'tj Sons. object, cemetery be prcenl. fence. If any to 8icctuclca or nil kinds. 8:22 let them lough. ,uJ. t'npt. John .1. Young, of thin city, pilot on ibe traoifrr steamer Duncan, l l'lro, Hit., Ii home oo a month' fur- Mulc Thrro or four wilt,'"" lonila of tl Onlala "lUlobow Prince and girl, etsj-teby Mr Anne llftertrd .Sean &)c; Uenerst Adralnion An.ln.o, peu lot Tuesday on llif .1.'.e; Cblblren 'JUe. Tlcketa for eale it T. 10 Hum-b- y Special attention given to Nor"Hallway MallDie." mal, Commercial, Music aud PreThe Mult Oypiy." paratory work. Orcheilra Bend for Catalogue. ..'BlaecaU l'olka ' W. K. LUMLEY, "Merlky'a Comeraioo '' 8:14-4President. Orcbiitra A In 8-- Sell You Goods tills Weefct It will be Money in Your Pocket! Goods Delivered Free of Charge. DIESTELBRINK. READ! READ! READ! W. And then como lo fee mc, and I will SELL YOU STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, IleiVIirerator, Family Groceries. goo-- l T. .Swayne'e. Hoort open at beglm at 8:30 o'clock. ale. condition, nearlv brand new, for W. K. YOUNtl. Apply to Hickman, Ky. Smith?, lIlisopO XTD ?o. tt:;;, fara Is;k;.l a:i apace to name all article, hut no goods. Come nnd see, al Ik center of Trey aad Moscow Avenue. East ilickurw, Ky NOtrouble to show limit, Cheaper tLia you can buy Ihem cVewbcre. I am Hetilqutrler for STEEL NAII, $2.40 per kej. Headquarters for FLOUR "Content-ment,- " full patent is good s can be made out cf wheat. 1 guarantee every barrel as retresented, or I will give you your money baclct T, It ILILNOIS CENTRAL rliiei luii'-unc- RAILROAD! Th9 Popular and Preferred EonU. Quicker in time and w Our Stock is Attention, Farmers ! Come lo lee me, and I will sell you ho.pl-lalltl- lir AIlffTI 0 1 If 1 in --- SUMMER Standard Sisal Binder Twine, to bind yo eat, attt4 0 per pound, a and LAUD 01 slxtyne miles short er tbca any other lhrou(U car line between KYn tMMei' your winter-Straine- d 70c per f nl Hinders whh. at HICKMAN, Can you beat that? ul LA - -- - complete in all line-- , and wc respectfully invite the Public to call and judge as to Quality, Price, .tc, Sf Undid Eqmjrmtnt I Being t thresherman, myself, Xdjimijietnl CeneJitl I I know what threihermen need Vmllmm Jkfet Sltepntl A big lot of Grub and no leas of feed. Trout Altotpt en Tim I My stock consists of Tbrcslivriucn ! 4 -- NEWORLEANS llrati pur-po- for themselves Our THEOUOH BACON, LAUD, FLOUIt, MEAL, SLEErEKS PULLMAN r BUFFET TATEH3 and CORN, TO Hemp and Oura 1WCK1N0, TIN GOODS of alt kinds; Lace Leather and Leather Oooda of all kinds. Come and eeo how From all point, Ikenee via ibe SHORT cheap I can fit you "p. 1 still sell tbe Old Kellable "Heilman-Urle- " LIAE, llllaon Uiatral R. R., v line of PLOWS, Me Orleans, Ln,, aad &o. JacUoa ville, Fla. Come and sec mc, al DON'T MISTAKE THE ROUTE TO Fine Dress foods aad Trimmings, Memphis, Tenn., of Kullon ooualv would do the people of A CAMtht county great good If they would go U lo wotk al onca to conilder Ibe bent plan We, tbe underalgned cltlicna of Fttllon Rl tllnloo, Ma rreclucl, wl.leh carta about for ronilruclloz and maintaining good county, aod friend of Mr. M. I). Johnion, IJWI." (Otinty road There are few thlngi more berebr eitend a call lo birn lo make Ibe imorlaiit or of more Immediate practical next raoe for fcherirT of Fulton county, (Jiie.lloni of national finance fully believing that he will make an nt For tin Left quality Stupprrnonj ami benefit. are a broad a human Intelligence, and anil deterring ofliccr. IMection to (liaiiC Wlnci, for table tut, at icaion itibjct lo ooudltloiu that perplex the U held Xnvriuber, lb'.2; able price, cll at grratrit tnlnd, and upon which the pureit J. W. Cole. 0. Powell, 0. L, Sbaw, J. M. J. K. IIUCKNEIC8 SAMl'J.E ttOOM. loirri of their country ilitjer; but that Hubbard, tl. M later, 8, II. I'arker, J. M. Mra. Otto Herlweck and fnin-llj- r beltir county roadi would b a great ben. Held, W. T, Uuekner, J. T. Ilyntim, A. V. efil to tho farmer and cllliena generally Lindiay, It. It. Hrevard, J T. Stephen, itilr.l frltail in I'nlon I'Hr, .latlle 1 1 ut.b aii'l Ida Zim. of Kullou county there can be no differtk. .M ! A J. Whipple, M. Amberg, J K. lltiokner, intriiitn inil l.ouli Immrrmnn relurntd ence; and If Ibe Farmrra' Alliance willn J. T. riiimmer. F. E. Cnie, John W. Mor-ri- i, give ill month active disunion and boaie Willi tlicm for a abort ilill. Ottollertweek, ll. I. Mlnetree, (leo. lo a plan it will mull In belter Kfinger, J II. Jonei. W. T Iloper, It. T. Tho rovpntte lawa reiulro that road. Delia, II. 0. Judge, 0. , Helm, V. Htahr, rrlailca "ell clK.rt illreollj out of Ibe T. lioston, 1 1" row 'Thou Shnlt Not." "Looking W. A. Carpenter, IIJ. F llynti, J. J. T. linIbcm out on the box. tfiimn dole It. Weav. ker, It. D. Iloper, , or bind Hutu lo tou In llieir Hack ward," "la thla your Son, my rhow r, W. T. t'arhara, It. F.Shaw, II. l'arhara, own btnda, but tl tucb ure liable lo fine Lord," "Oieopatrrt,"Hi)il a feast of 1. M. Dodnon, J. II. Lcilwldge. F Schroe-de- r, fur ao doing. It looka allljr, but ll Ii a other good hooka, nt A. N. King, W. Dleiletbrink, J. 1'. No'. Wlieman, jChai. Ilalixer, C. 1'. 1'oloek. J. 1). K. Wilson & Oo'ri. 8:7 Vou are out nothing If jou get a bottle Hlutib. J, II. Greene, A. M Luniford, Atwood, (1. W. Weavlietry Slubbi, of "U. C. C Cbllt Cura" from 0. "Wild Hill Evans," aa ho la call, er, S C. Wade II J.Albert anil iloper. A. IIOI.n)MUK ami ll dor not euro your U holding a tent meeting at Antioch ia (ha lirll The verdict of Ida noluliliors arrrrrit Judgment ujun a ikii. The MartJva: ' l.'rnln ol rnltt Tlio Fanners' Alllnnco Union - White Goods, Laecs, Embroideries, Gloves, Hosiery, Parasols and Fans; are the very latest. Ladies, Miascs and Children's OXKOKD TrKS nntl SHOES, from the cheapest to the finest Custom-mad- e Goods. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Hats, Caps, Ties, Handkerchiefs, &c, and a largo stock of READY-MADCLOTHING, the Latest Cut and Lowest Price. A good quality of E DOUBLE-SHOVEL- S, Cayce, Kentucky. Table Wiius. JW,MAYEIELP DR. S. K.DAVIDSON. IIIOKMAN, Ofllco CAMIFOItMA, FLORIDA ami TEXAS FOI2VT8. 8ee Ut FAMILY GROCERIES, always on hand and at prices to suit the times. Dentist, over Cowcill Drag tJtoio. that your Tickets read over Ihe nois Central Ilallroad. ASH A0ENT8 FOR IT. Illi- KFNTUCK'Y. & Oowgill'u II. O. WKUD, Doors, Sasi, Blinds, a' Goods bought ol us will bo Mouldings, Paints, Oils, $c., c., tSa as cheap as any retail house can sell thcni. Attorney - at - Law, niock, Office, Clinton St., Ltclede B. T. DAVIS, IIIOKMAN, KY. For fnriher Information, apply to 1'assVr Ag't. A. J. KKArP, Ass't Oen. Passeajer Aenl, Memphis, Tenn. A. II. IIANSOK, Oenl I'ai.'r A Till Agl, Chicago, IIL DELIVERED FREE to any part of the city! Clilll and Kerer. virre not ''parllnnientary,1, ami a good many fell olTended by hi rough exprea. lou. Of coitrie peoplo dltrer aa lo hit It i an innovation on Ibe dipl'roniiucliitloii bees aro tho method laleat. lliooM fakbioiitil, yllowwugcil loma uf thl country for the money-chanli'i-tbal mind lo do liiinlnrm in Ibe bick ir lo carry on hi Iraltio for leraontd. oda water and renliurant on ouiiday, aide ) ant wtro aufbciiul in lltrlr pruntincinlloii 'in tlioio who bad the tnltlorluno lo rim by able with cliuroh serilce. Ilia urmoo, up itgHliml llii'in. Still tlio new tui'i may bawevrr, nre good, anil be bai tho power U au luipruveiuenl, of ntlrncliug great cowJi of people and of holding their attention; and on Sunday Oomploto lino of tho well lul ll appeared to bo a Impf y meeting lo I'Kli-Wmany, known NVJiOV.SJJt IIL'US' n cue on Ibe Mnllcy farm, buck of Inland No. (1, MlMOttrl, neit Thursday, VOlli IntU lkn. While, jr., and J bo. W. hata Ibe affair In bind, and exttml an lurlla i Ion to tbtlr Keotucky lo come IrlrnJi ocr and Join tbeui. el, It la guaranteed. churccli, (Iblon county, and on lail Sunday There will bo n Rrand Imrlio- - had an audience of between 2ov0nnd ,WU people. Ilia iHjrinoii rrlln Hickman, Ky, Atigu.t 11, Ib'JI. J. AMBERG 'S SONS. ' Will nil end promptly lo all mcliM'lK) lo IiIh care. iu Ibe ruomlug lo the old peoplo wa a line effort, and would bo prouounced a gcoJ, chriitlan icrnion by mot people. Hit prtlude, or nul!d Cl.OrillXUnl IIaltzku tin- - lien FITTIXQ A'JJtt' SMLVG iS: Shaw. Tho Hickman Uullding and .. i in ..!. 'iii I.. time haa llll 18iin.wwi-ni- !.! andI... I,.u.. that vftiicnvu during month, only t t.. iii iii-- -- clit of tho MvllindUt parionnge, in preparation iindvr Ilia iiiinge Hello Fortune, mited by infill nf Ml lb lintel loc.il Uleut, will lie kI,") "cl1 Kridy nlKbl, In Oily Hull. It will bo I lie Illicit iniinlcal treat viijoycil by our now Tho muaical oiitortaiiiinciit for clilzcu for yean. Monday wns tho wunneat iluy for '.'Oyenri in muny localities in the United tilate, Many ilealba Irom liral oooitrred In the Urge oltlm. Virlly, lli people of tho country and inmll tlllngei the lecond aerie (12 hi been ili In Iiiivo ioiiio blenHluga oier tlio fiortil worth now flo.fC, mid in tlio third aerlrt enei of the mctropolin, and ptrlicuUrly tl paid In I worth S'.'.'O. Theio profit lo extreme bent. ai are cnlled apparent rather than real only because they Lntoat Novtda by llertlin M. oonllugenolci are ol couiie aubjact lo the of Hie amount Olay, Zola, Mary J. Holmes, May loaned out. That colleotliig aro well tho loam at" Akiiuu l'lonimiii(r and Ltura Jvau on ml I aubjeel to open inveatlgallon and I.ibby, ut by ibe record in the county cleik' let otllce. If member, from any caiiHt, desire D. K. WlLHON & Oo'ri. 8:7 to witliilrnw, lby aru paid nil the money Tho noxt scnalon of Iiiokmun ll.a tiolil til ami 10 ,'- - fi.nl n iL.Ib III.' v.a. wi, IHVII 'n.. "" " The Anoolnllon hure la no ('ollcgo coniraenci'n Monday, !'ll ini. puymciil. dirge, longr an oxperimenl, but preaenta a miThe outlook Ii encouraging for nunibor of Mudenl fiotu abioaJ tbia year, ld, reliable, nnfe ohannel for Inveatment. l'rof, I ,u in Ivy, luiialed by mi ablo corpa of The lih airirM claica ut 2 o'clock on Tlitir. day, Aug, 20th, and llinie who want stook IfitlKT-- , In working lurtl to make tills In litullon icconil lo none In IhUicotlon nf ahouhl call on Hie Htontnry. All the the country. He should reielre the hearty prolil aro divided between the moniUr, and no one rerelrr a cent Tor gelling new t'upport of every clllten of die coininu-wilI.el trerybody talk uud work fur member', and llieufoce uo ipiclal canr.s llickuim Cullej;v. tcti ure euiplujtd. y. ?i,fjuu oi mi na It now baa SW.OOO money ha gono lo and Improve liomci .n.ll,, n.ii aITma.i. t..u ... i"J vu ihuii gagra and .inoumbiancei I-.I.. on horaei. It ii. . l . I I l uoing K'C.ii kuiiu, iiii ouicny iw n oiaia ol people who oould not got tbno accommodation from regulur bauka or money And ll piy lb nou. borrower lender about na well a any oilier Inveitmtnl ior ioitance, the owner of I aharo In the fiml iirlea lia paid In $18, and the apparent entue of imo Is now $21.72; in loaiieu ouv .ii,iiuo. been ptid back, and loaned nut. All thla bom people to bull I .. I 1.. ii mull hi... ..mi... f Villi... vw ... Acnes IvanUin. tlio Fulton county trirl witoso loudness for wearing boy's clothes developed in to a recklessness which cot her into serious trouble, is again in the New Advertisements. toils of the law. After being parof the doned by Gov. Uuekner for the 13 tbeft of n horso sho reappeared in Tcnncbscc, in niascti-lin- o Union. City, All purchaiera at my stock rale May, of Hickman, Ky., lS'JO, wbone note are now pail due, are attire and resumed her sensarcaptclfully notified to call at my home tional career. "The polico made it At the Close of lliinine Jimej .lit, 'Ut. and pay miuc. too warm for her," says the Fulton 8.7 2w JIES0URCK3. S. J. JCOONON. 13 Graphic, "in that city and sho left. Loam and dlieouutx, 8I,71 Nothing more was heard of this lleul dilate, Furniture, and Fix. a.iw'j 02 CYPRESS FENCING FOR SALE, 7,'JOO.W) siniriilar compound uf evil for llondi, Soaioncd Cyprcai Fencing for tale, by 6,7o'j,80 Cardi on band, months. But Agnes could not re- Oilier cah Item, U2I 2S OKO. N. II ELM, at hi. Sloro In Rait s,2oU.os lllck man. near the Ilallroad Pepol. 0:5 main long in obscurity. Site drifted Due from other bank, to Crockett county and got work 110,211.21 Totnl, I on a farm, whero she did good serUABILITIKS. vice, concealing her identity, till a Cnpll.tl (lock paid up, All Ihoae knowing themselves Indebted 10 000 00 few davs ajm, when she forged the Undivided profit. 2,u:ll 32 to the Ute firm of Wall & Oliver, Cayce, 2,000 00 Ky , will please name of Iter employer to an order Dividend No. 1, pay. on demand, tu in in at once, with P.come forward anil cellle .. i. J. Oliver, at the More. ifjiui.ni The buatne) for money, but tho fraud was IsopnMii, mut be nettled. If you are 17,I17.'JJ owing the firm, mean YOU. discovered and Agnes llankin is "'ii tf I'. J. OMVEH. 110,211.21 an inmate of tho Crockett county Total, W. C. JOHNSON, Caehler. jail, ut Alamo, awaiting the action 0. H. Il.M.T.ICIl, l'renldent. of the noxt grand jury. Tho history of this erratic creature's caSubscribed and sworn lo before me thl Brand Delivered to Order. reer has many pages of humor as June 30th, IS'.ll. K. T. TYLKIl, Notary l'tibllo. Mr. llobt. Uoiiglam Im well as evil. Ilie ife. Statement A R. E. CONNELLY & Conn'ellv, DRY GOODS Dealers ia CO., Kentucky, AND GROCERIES. Kic&axan. ante, Country I'raduce of nil kind, taken in exchange for OooK Cieh price paid for all kind of KUtf. I. 12. '30 mrtrct.v IVTotiooJ G My residence place. It contains about 4 acres in orchard, constat-Iii- r of Apples, l'enrs, Tenches, l'luma, Cberrles, Orapes, etc., all choice fruila, flood cistern and well, and .ill necessary Convenient to the Collego Term will be made easy. For olhor Information call on or aldreM. TOM DILLON, Sit., 7:17-l- f Hickman, Ky. ,j acre; about rjickman 1 garble DKALKR IN Works, KY. Louisville and Memphis, WITH FirKMAX, Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars Makum 13. C. RAM AGE, Sheriff's Salol -- Tho First Stop. TOWNTofFon saIeF rrhap you are run down, can't eat, can't tdrcp, can't think, can't do anything lo your atlfaotlou, nnd you wonder what ail you. You ihoulil heed tho wnrnlng, you ure taking the firl lep Into Nervou Prostration, You uoed it Nana Tonic, and In Klcclrlo Hitler you will find the exact remedy for re.tnriiic your nervous ) item to ll normal, healthy condition. .Surprising remit follow the tile of tlila great .Verve Tonlo nnd Alterative. Your appettl return good illation la relor-rd- , reaunie anil tho Lirer aud Kidney hrnllhy nrlliiu. Try ,t bolllo. I'rlco Wu U. A. llulcotuU'o Utug Sletu. at A beautiful huildlng lot In ICa.t Hick man for mil. For terma and nirllculur 11. II MIl.LKr. apply lo 8:lt-lHickman, Ky. TOWN PROPERTY r OR SALE l" The property of Phillip lUHier, ilco'd 2 dwelling home on Cumberland aired, nnd the wngon and blackiuiltb ell op, corner Wabaib and Cumberland, l olTereil for atle on reasonable term. For particC. II ll.ll.T.KIt, ulars apply to tly virtue of execution! No. 1130, 11.11, 1132, 1133 and 1UI, directed lo rue, which Issued fro ai the Clerk'a office of the Fulton Circuit Court, in favor of the Com mnnwealih of Kentucky against 11. h Kills, lor one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 17th day of August 1891, between the hours of 1 o'olock, p. m., and 1 3 o'clock, p. m , at the court hniire door In Hickman, county nf Fulton, Ky , ri-po- o to I'ubllo Sale, lo tbo hlijheil bidder, the following property (ur so much thereof a may be necmeary toYitiify the amount uf the I'l.iintifl' debt, Interest and One lot, or parcel of lnd costs), in Norman' second addition lo the town iipscrlDfil a tollwi; oegin-nln- g cornir lltkerr. mi Kentuekv aireel. and or ruunn, Ins in bis employ the corner n baker,' tla at Ibenootli ctitvan. ..!.. nt ft. S.imF.l-. I. I vwi ..w. Linn uunsAouer. llllllll freili Jlrjad crery ..4 Al..l..al ..AUnftv ......iiiim h..rI ni.ii day, and delivered lo any part of the city. Ibe east boundary of Jelleraon (I rest 121 HihomI attention (then lo order for l'ia-ni- o, feel V inches lo n atakc al Ihe corner of 1'itrlle, io. Also, Hue of I'onfeu-lioiurl- e, lot known m T"rn Itoberti' lot, Ihenre until to west bounilnrr of nley 120 feel Ao, 7;2t 2 luetics lo a slake, Ihrnru w;it with Kills' original line 116 feet lo Ihe beginning, ! leeled upon a ihe properly of It. b, Elll The reason that H. llryant Sile will he made on n ereillt Term lias marked down pi Ices, nnd is of three mouth, bond with approval seMoiling Groceries so low, is that Mo curity required, bearlni; interest al Hie Fair Warning TOMB AND GUAVE BT0NF.8. In slock, a fine lot of HAVING IlalUn Marble, I nm to fill all orders. Callnud examine tuv work. Orders fNtu the country promptly MONUML'STS, pre-par- Italian anu Ameuican To tilHVllii.,Mi' nip IiIm, Unton lliiiiKii, VlulCMliiirir. nntl , IS'ij-- FROM AND TO TiUZMl'tllM. Drltutii-- vltv m wi .N'sw and TO AH rnimn FI.OM sours filled. DR. A. HICKMAN. PHYSICAN AfJD SURb'EON his J. It FARIS York, I'hltadelphla, I.'allimore, Wash, iiiztnn, Norfolk, Old Point Comfort, Illchmond, llntl.ilo, C'lavelnnd, Toledo, Chicago, Indianaiiollt, Cincinnati, I.oulsvllio l.'Hvleru mill Xoillitiitxtern Paints ANl BAKERY. OFFKHS anlO-'HC KENTUCKY Professional Services to of Hickman and vicinity .Memphis, Vlcksburp, Ilaten Rouge, Kew Orleans, .Mobile, Lit lit Rock, lie! .Springs and points In West Trn iH'jMe, Texas, Arkansn, Mis- sisilppi, Iiitriaiia, and TIIK NOU-IIAMI SOUTH WENT. I For Vnsh Only I. H.ll Hickman, Ky. Cull round and tost tlio iliflorouno between o.tsli prices mid oredit hit!:'!)! pnroti. buys for cash and sells for cash. The line la thnronzhlv c'tntnped and in conditio", and provides an ex'V A cellent arrantrmenl in lime am) lhroiir,li cars. A FKATUUK I the lime and eon wlllll venlenre secured by Ihe Ll in lied hxprt) Only a nlghl'a ride belwetst Trains. lotilvllle nnd .Memphis, anil ihe nett ana nulekrst service lietweeti the two elllm iCiu'i'" II'" ever oferd. r Pnr lowest riles, lime tables, aad all AMNorltiiKiit desired Information apply lo rillT. IIKLLKKK, Ag'l, N, 0. A Kt I,. II. II., Illckroae, Ky. Or W. P. MURHKI.L, AKenl, i Im T'otliul rata it iuii liJ lia.r nnnlim fim .laa t N. N. A M. V. Co., Rives, ilMISM'M IIUIII llMV lt l1 of sale, aud having tho lorce and tlleet of Or J. I.- - l'lIIILAN, Agnit, N". N. A M. V. Co., t'adneah Jnnellen, it snie noun I A T. II. JOHNSON, Or V II. 1'llOUTV, Uea'l I'asa. A'gi, to any ul ol the City tihcrlll' t'uliun Count. J.oslivllle, K .7'2v liood dclivcrtJ first-clu- Don't You Forget T ll ! Ma rilVli Wifetlag T"t GROCERIES 1 1 IU HICKMANI at TltlAT.I Ta. awB .ttaww W - " . . - -- - I1L-IP'- W" t.Mailllllllllllllliyi !! --afSHawW. t HMI III- sawsm. i Jai - ! IBIL-WILIIIIIII Win;:j 'v .rT-- k' . n ' r' ' .j- . ?i m Mini lilmid.illiLji.i.UMj.(WMBii!! c " J !7p"SWBaHMP Z7rifltsESaf 'tyf'- - i'H1!1 '"t ',";' j ' 1 The S, t.nnt Kpoltlnn. MODEST MAIDENS. THE CONTEST IN OHIO. oenus' figures for 1800. Tho fact Tli I'IhIiI" Annual St Luui KxpsltUti lu 1370, after five years pf peace, Tha Kind wlioAre Aly still opoii Weiluevlny, Hcptoiuber i, and Ikiips l'ion VTtilrh the" Coming AVsr Will that A POOR IXMWniKNT. Chun October IT. , Work. this element of the populntlon, estilie XVE'I. rent inuusinnt is sonietlmos t n- - j The Mtwjot Ul A kind of the snmo basis, had in lite, mi'i' democrats of Ohio would mated upon from s,80J,470 to n,!ltl,100. m'nke, tho Impatient That tho. only countered which ywir Ia It Hot Toon When Cliristinnn set helr fneos ugalilst thn McKinley " obvious mid it Is icllneto the bellof that vnnlly Is nvlr- - , n,0Bimm leolhuttbis unr irlll 111AI In Tb Boll Out? nnd ugalilst protective, tariffs In very deduction (len. lltimn does not tun. tariff, vnry rol I and oxrowltit lu.tiiy watt the striking If and general, and would roiuuuiuatu .Gov, exn'gK'crate tho number of union solof tlio Ail, varied exle "I am fully in sympnlliy with you In Silence. T 's departments Mechanics div will have Campbell wore conclusions anticipated luuml In Profane Ills-ti- r I nnu8li Btmnplr bore arms in tho great con the work," say "" of thestwho plays from f- err line of tnduitry and htijl-nNut llliiilrntlii before tho mooting of their stato con- diers then it is true that of the entire lil-maldons to no ardent teller lu some The Art I'epartunHit" wll linv tlin vention. What position thoy would fllct, .rileil to I'rmr It Dr. population lit for military pnbllo or ehnrltnble onuse, "but I havo liot etnmpt1', to which nlll bo a kUd ' Tuliilice'seriiinii. was n mat-to-r northern man out of every two men n of oriental Minlcnl Initra take on tho silver question o 0110 so little executive abllltvl I nm sure I fine collect! IvQrios.niiit wuitsof Incqii' of doubt. The plutform mlopted scrvi tho trout Docs nny Untie per- should only make troublo for others if nifu!i.from 1 rt, ami Jnpiin. other wns it Ins, n teruion tn merit favors free coinage, but this result was son Dr. Tiilniaifo delivered CORfWflllT.IMI I -. Iw In siioh was tho o.iso? - Ollmore's olfbrsted Imnd will ,1 am very I tried to do anything. tsiiovo that I Thasiil.-loo- t secured only after n'stout battle on tho Topolm, luin., Inst .Sunday. u day, and furnliti iiitil In The eiict H s roasonablo to assume that there sorry. " part of tho opponents of that pollcyf it milting excessive in the ponsiou and evenings. of his discourse wbi"A l' "Oil, It Is of uo use- to come to me," tlio aftonii" eireral proKrons will bo ninety-nin- e Isaiah 111, 'fc of t woman's peculiar trouble nnd America's in n nml the U'xt tho majority King estimate that tibout a xcln!mannothcr,holdtnguphot!ihands Isirlrnv J, nnd tlio retelallous In nil ftlltiu'titu with Dr. l'icrco'f . convention of seven hundred. This is eonralssionor's "Yc l.avo sold yourselves for nauRlit; b mill 011 men who served lu tho union In dismay "I simply couldn't, you iirnnilici of uliulrinl srMeveiiients will All Favoiito conies It df0-themPrcBorljition. not conclnsho of the nttitudo of tho nml yc shall l,e redeemed without w ar indole and lnMrm the. unuiuntly perished during tho rrcat responsibility. Ui rsllrvsili will gU reduced rales. pnrty in Ohio next year, when the iv nrui os either during tho quarter of n know. It is toodare." a moni'y." Fur nil tho functional lo- I should never or'luvodtod II tKUimil disorders, miu The Lord's people li.nl pone headlong tears nt the thought that for thee ful suo will becomo more pertinent than It century since tho war. It would not "You may hno uiy namoif you want is said to bo Imparted by means imioiiiPiit, . tlmt ntllict y,o is now, but it Is something which canMn. atiil as a punishment they hnd for thee the spendInto shed it or something of ofi""torr iy- A Rood drni of iaor fhronld. it, for suit tho purpose of tho pension not bo overlooked. carried r.iptl vc to llabylon. They ess. makes theo tho lost? thrifts to txaggcrato tho niunher of that sott that doesn't mean I must do raoiie',de.i lie nthly a rami Influenzal niaK'ml lt' HX'crtlllll remedy. It I Tho significance of tho Ohio camsavs sonic one, "I will have found Hint iniquity did not pay. Cyrus Demerits invlizorntimr.- restorativo tonus, unlin soldiers who aro outside the anything," ny anothor, "but I can t a ..inothing to do with It, except that, like paign will depend very much upon tho rem h of nny pension. Tho object J. soied lt.iliylon nml foil so sorry for 1 nave 110 o be on active inemoor. Foothltig cordial ntul urnoitiB ncrv. nnnln. ITsrveil ricir.lnne wav In which It is couducted. It is rntlertoswdl tho totnl of survivor 1 iuv captives that, without ivdollar " j those poor the enemies 01 mni, voirctnblp, ami Inn lent for persuading people, or eon- ...... . rrom Chicago, Milwaukee, niirolv ,,. .m..a ... ." : .1 of compensation, ho let them go homo. u"i-- , . bauds into that carnnge and scoop up jiosslblo for tho campaign managers to nnd thus to enlarge tho apparent field TWUlllg litem l ftnuufcdig vww. ...... puier linos 01 me uuv"i poiun oa t on my .So that, literally, my text was fulfilled: wi, mimi full, and throw it ns and, give such, prominence to tho tariff issuo for governmental bounty., rHt,rullUllwpy,topelnUln n.i porfccti luirinless . cnougn 'push- - to otg or gov X baven't In the euro of ierioll0!U pnin tlmt tho silver question will lie lost M tinesou. Northwestern nre money out Of people. AM l turn at "Ye have sold yourselves for naught; head and crv. '1U blood bo on nssuining that-ther- o lint. r , Tin r7Voia. nciirnsiin. Kmi ilinulacoiuoiit. " Can you do such a sight of for tho time being, nnd this nml ye shall be rcdeemu without Your Heaven went " , ....1 other now nllvo l,IOs,707 union soldiers, and all understaad matters ot orcatmaiion went on our children!' 1 4 ah, Wyoming uudMuii; Your Uod .... nnd nil money." shocking thing as that? Just nib yout seems to bo the most probable courso leasing out of sight tho general prin and parliamentary proceeding; and tans, col. cli j, e xoursljn rules, ou luum i""l tH j . P at When a sheriff under a writ sells nan -,. i There Is" enough Oospel In this text out, the ofllulnl goncrnlly leaves, a ' rt handkerchief across your brow and look of events. Tho republicans by nomi- ciple Hint tlvse most deserving 01 po-" foiimlc COinpUluU - .anil .'"'H couldn't possibly make n"ThZ Uod nating Mr. McKinley, havo taken tliolr forflfty sermons. There are persons chairs and n bed, nnd a few ciip ,n,l at it It Is the blood of the Son of aro not those who sur- rlaln my mows to a coinm which boars his slons ns a rule by twenty-siyears we the Idea of making a re IWirt on anv- - nwA-i- l here who have, lllio tho pooplo of thq knives; but this awful ve'nduodn v,nth whom you havo despised and driven stand on the mcusuro Oen'T I'as. Alt'tCbl- - llio onlx- - inmllCllie tlmt S UUttraUttttf. vived tho war ..--, sv ,,.,.j f f text, sold out. Yon do not seem to be- you havo been engaged tho niietlonf"" back nil these years. Oh, do not do inline, nnd tho democrats hnvo In ox- - rcnoh sonic M.irtbng conclusions from sLI n ..1...r.t,4 alilM.iK ilnmll IHM fettlttlll IW. Ill If it doesn't civo Mtlsineiinii in evso tenlong cither to yourselves or to (lod. The mallet has come down upon body, mad. that nny longer! Come out boldly and pro.ss terms accepted tho issuo Kaiim sown statistics. eolnmnIs- -' tuVnioci n nt r ps In twutli DakoU. ery crtJH', you hnvo your Jtumoy back. s nnd honestly, nnd toll Christ dered. "Wo accept," thoy say, "tho have been passed over to god numbcppf surviving If tho poople who give such answers xtiev utu simply Ijiihc, and soul: Doing! Ooncl "Yc tavo frankly sorry. Yon ean'not afford to suo tendered to tf bv tb r- -r You py only for tho jood you ean, Of the a 7S- "''I nro actually on tho you are -- "tho world., the flesh, and tho i'cvU," sold yourselves for nanght" really Incapable, and vetcr.iiis Gim you ask muroV rwrty on tho subject of thu turlu, as roll .nidJn receipt of pensions Near-l- v as these werewere a genuine and Juat thoijnircHascr never paid up. "Ye Mini upon wnura wvkij Inn get. but their humility nearest b evtr c m to beta How could you do so? Did you tkmk so roughly treat represented by tb no- - vlled M Ixinlov depends. have sold yourselves for naught" surI n wn of '' 'Mo'?,- Wusb fo 'v pereent. of tho northern suroVnowledffom.ut of a natural defect, your soul was n mere tr''"01, thlnif gronlor." '. conlld it that the verdict of vivor of thownrnro partly or wholly 1 do not know how you will get nwny lai ' ' When a man passes himself over to that for a fow pennies you could 'uy J" V1 Wn " la? ther, would I e no cause for complaint Sor.Hstn .ru",,B "'" which bo rooorded i,em rot. the world he expects to get some ade in a toy shop? Did you think that' Jir from this subject You see that you the people of Ohio will policy of ulnto tho liver, Hoiuaoh, will bowoli supp rtod .t government cost Hut this Is not usually tho case. 1 olletH. Mo has heani mo. i out, nnd that Christ wants to ngalnst the iniquitous nylate, coufpensntion. 'Hi. io. are now pending In Gen. As a rule, they aro quite as capable th.Onlr (In. Lrr frlul..!. On Ton Hnd with Dr. I'ietcu'n Flcisallt once lost, might bo fount K'n aro iold soul, nrotcrtloni championed by the Kama s bureau clnlms for pensions us great thing the world docs for man.and if youifwent out with torches nmJn-terns- ? buy you back There aro three person " ironl nd occnslonnlly even 'I'hoy cloansO ninL ronovato tho as the averB Uod the republican parly In tho Interest 't follows, leaving out of consideration you he It lie wants SS'.O.OOO. That Hid you think that yoi soul who come nfvr Son, unit lloil tlio lloiy favored classes ngalnst the masses. " will bo'horscs and honscs, nnd a sumnil willows' claims and nil claims for ....- . tb tlmt. tia'l'nff. It rather, God the V linrt.llrr.il. nnil h. If tho speeches mado lu tho conren-tlo- increase of jsmslon to those already mer resort, nnd jolly companslonshlp. Dr. K0Rtion, ml 1'illous AtUoKs, nro posalble dlasgroeablo features In n.u word will "ntlon? Ghost They unlU? their throe omnipo' mil In may bo taken us tho koyuoto of the on tho ri'lls: physical would soon He down for' soul wus tences In one mot ment for your salva, To got It he parts with his Liver 1'llu and T tbs work . rropoicil.. Their modesty It Hartcr's Iron1111 .,-to- UtUa for "Orescent' iircvftited, rcllovctl, ami ourou. Ho parts with Or had you no idea whatruryour tss'CS wiii You will not take up arms campaign there will be, as there ougtt Or Inslcl im nolrolJ l hcnlth by overwork. tion. nothing but uureaiiiness. Wl0 ..j 0ai,M, ,Blj ' to be, nn illuminating and cnllvcn'nf On lnl eiim iittUrillwitljrwil..... much worth? Did you ever put God, will you? Is his conscience. lie parts with a.u --1 rend Ittfttheinand " To the willlnjr worker, seeking help WB,n ,nu find tl nn its eternal pulses'' Havo against the Trirtno MCKlc-le-. .V.M.KK"..V-,V.,7B-5 !domestic, enjoyment Ho parts with musclo tn your arm for discussion of tho Items of the) . beautiful UUm ..S4S.I) an s bnfiled by refusals from people who thoy will return you not felt the qulrf-- of its peerless there enough T tal now malms ,,n. bill, and tho republicans wi I 1 opportunities for literary culture. Ho wing? sjtui't. nnd I such n combat? do anything, "hat pispUssnU aorai n already penslone-l.think they can not sHUatlTUTK.. dli Ad total (JTYAItH parts with his soul. lly the highest throne in Heaven, and put on tho defensive at a hundred last to one of a dellfht It la to come at Havo you not knows. that attr lendtf rmnt'n, beta poiutA Bo long as tho eontm I Ahi you lu fa And so he makes over his entire naof vur soul by the deepest chasm In hell, beg von ferent Is waged over ubstracti ms very p et HUanWilps. lala. the ppolt type one eafer to work, In ture to tho would. Ho does it in four ing the body, the "loostreaaiatloa.' Inless you ullow Christ to vorsy headwny will be made, but w hen This amounts to saying that in.iro relolclng to assist, ready to undertake a1utrsd,' an lbs look out yes. r reaches to tho stars nml tho next step of nil the siirtivtn installments. He pays dbwn the first to tho farthest ou'posts of Ood's uni- carry nwny your sins, they will carry llttlo thin measure un on veterans nre now olthor in re- new Uks trusting In bar own powerst WusliingUiD lVs h of his nato the particular things in this installment nnd and still more In the powr of nn excel-Unthat It rill not die until the you away. Unless you ullow Christ Ti Hsnrt nrnrslnns. ture Is gone. He pays down the second verse, and the ovenostlng Jehovah ex- lift you up, they will draf you down. aro brought uuder review, It will bo ceipt of pensions or aro applicants f.ir eaua and the good will It should Q iUv when a, ' B The Ilurbi.g o hope, for you, nnd found to lie essentially n dishonest pensions The npplloiinls nro gett.n of his naturej installment nhd one-haaffirm, provided with pensions, ns thn tvmnns-si"Uo- r command front other. pires? Oh, my bnther, what poesed There Is only onoChrist, the measure. It is Hot necessary to Ie pays down the third is gone. Suoh a on la 4eterrrd by uo false slou'ld part withjrour tha't is tho blood. that tho pomon of his na- von that yon Informs us, nt tho rU of Vt. at )s Kf. to )earlng your transgressions. and we do not atllriu, who now support ta aware, sensibly and Uarve. TuauV-- l jKXlestyi ai "Yo havo sold your1 debts. who voted for it, or after" many years ioul so cheaply" " a month, or JWO.000 a yonr. Now up-- p without ooncait, that she is capable of gone; andj ture Christ,' tho surety, paying jour ' untight " ulhvrest anil orth- J nre pouring in at ft rat" rood work, and the la not af ruld to as- - Itemonsof Cyrus, loosening your It, nre dishonest The greater part of havo gone 'by be pays dbwn the fourth selves Ifor Hut have sone good news to toll Christ the dhinc wen I"o' f of them are as honest ns other people. which we cau only conjecture. Now enhis lo! and installment, tl,e. ei engage In a litigation Hubylomsh captivity. I want to llrcae reapotislblltty svhen a responsible WHY IK T M K tire nature Is gone. Then ho comes youtho recovery of that soul of yours. Would you not like to lie free? but the measure itself reeks wlthdis la vs extending the scope of the gov rwretm U requuvrt. hhe Is always ronity, nearest 0 11 A A.eul, for p s Kesris, On . -- s u I s honesty from beginning to end, ns near- ernmont'n expenditure nro in pr mornup to the world and says: "Good a&d that alone would make her a power (JUlcs.-o- , 111. hare been Here U the price of 1 your liberation no ly all the protective-tarif- f I want to show that you taxes ever o Incubation. How long will It be jf j ing. I have delivered to you the goods. from head and an Inspiration, .r.. 1. cheated out of it I w ant to prove, as money, but blood. tremble your pres passed by congress do. The reasor v present pniiie. .. i khiu cuunu 1 have passed over to you my lody, my okhKEnikh t frw a nsei tn foot, not because I fear 'Sometimes." seid one of these help1 will, that voj were crazy on that sub TT' whatl its irsno nao askeo why they aro tilled up with swindliu Itaum In fore each of the 1,S.707 who pouted quarter, mind nnd my soul, and I have come ject, and that tho world, un lor such ence, but because I fear that you will Whei saja served in tho northern aruil . and ful ireniu tha other day, halMaughlng iorSDlekel asa roi H.Veeat pleo- .- o provisions is perfectly plain. now to collect the S'i.10,000." "Two circumstances, had no right to Uke the miss your ehanio for immortal rescue. and half in tarnost, "l am ashami-- to . put: congress attempts to overhaul nil tfcj are still alive will bo u pens oner think of the thing I undertake to doj era ttutasmaa. hundred nnd fifty thousand dollars?" title-dee- d M:--s...AwtVir "r-rrfrom you; nnd if you will join This is the alternative divinely of tho country every nun on the rolls? N. Y. Sun. tho w orld. " hat do you mean?" mo I shall get a decree from the High "He that bellevcth on the Son shall Industries but I hate to rafuse when I nm askon jjt frend,look l.ero ,""" "T" Z'F'&ni . ,.TiVils,-M- -. any special pecuniary intercut ib.ev'"! who has "Well," say you. "I have come to col- Chancery Court of Heaen re nstatlng have" everlasting life; and he that u, owihe'w Vo do a thmg that I know ou?hl to bo , and nervous Ls QUAY'S RESIGNATION. Wnshtmctou to . lect tho money you owe mo, nnd I ex- you Into tho possession of your souL not on tho Son shall not seo In it prompted togoto done, I ball... If 1 were invited to-- , Car- -tnot M rair Congressmen are why a llrpnhltron Itlngslsr pect you to fulfill your part of tho co- "Oh," say you, "I am afraid of law- life, but tha wrath of Ood abldeth on work for himself. Ills Usefulness oorrxiw to aa.ow. the gov.rnmont of rinne. ntract 'Hut," says the world, "I have suits! Thoy are so expensive, aud I him." In the lat day, if you now re- for the most part lawyers having II' tie ; a net "f.,r tli. Oufo state, I ahould answer, 'Cr- o en failed. I nm bankrupt I can not pos- can not pay the cost." Then havo you ject Christ, every drop of that sacrifi- acquaintance with business and w th w.,t till I After the Harrlon campaign, it is talnlylthvlaasureijust Quay was so overcome by the paol my toothbrush.' pay that debt I havo not for n forgotten the last half of my text? cial blood. Instead of pleading for your if they had much ncqunintanoo n sibly raid. Mr. a11" could not long time expected to pay it" "Well." "Yo have sold yourselves for naught; release as it would hare pleaded if you business In general theytrade, I'roba ivo r action from his exertions that for lB.OI,..ieJ by m..s'e M alt SZskfiZC'"' wsTimViViSJ ! 5- ily That is the spirit in which good work-it with each particular "give me back tho 111 plead against you. could not sle. p He era do their best, and the aplrlU too, toCi you then say, 'av and nights he t- -' U via istrtlnCs redeemed without had repented, w "." the one having tho most varied Infor na- 'iad cravings that no change of air or' -- goods." no," say.s the world, mid ve shall bo "Oh, S2.'-,LtJ,VOh Lord God of the judgment day. .W&Vtf.7lV?K .7 ... whieh wring, labor from the lay and . Ator f tae aain see tho tion In the last congress vrns Son Rai sir "thoy hre'nll ((one. I can not give them money. iTi.V. , im( a ..1 wni reiAr rssss. diet could satisfy. It may bo remarked Irlndlea the Indifferent to mum. Money Is good for n great many avert that calamity! Let us '"r Aldrtch. Yet the blunders he ma 0 in In paislnif that there wero ottier Bulphur ISeaik. back" to you." And there you stand on .. oeaU. Companion. e, anything In quick flash of tho clmeter that slays dealing with particular things were In Youth's things but It can not do Ullfa Hair and W HUVer Dj cravings of tho Pennsylvania the coiiliffes of eternity, your spiritual this matter of tho soul. You cannot tho sin but saves tho sinner. Strike, perFriutnlna Tact, character gone, staggering under the buy your way through. Dollars nnd omnlponent God, for tho soul's deliver-anee- ! many cases startling and ulways caso boss that causd tho nlr of therxe. ii'ivo ot rsore crusi LO d CO Mrs. i'",iiaii,",;5 ae t. Jaosos nicious, l'robnbly in each sueh -l- Ucilra consideration that "you ha c sold your- pound sterling mean nothing nt the mansion to change to a percoti''lv In a little episode of village life we j widow lo clever Wis la Heat, O eternal sea! with nil thy he took the word of some Interested lower degree of temperature wli.-- h hsd lately another Interesting instance self for naught" waves, against the barren bench of thnt party gate of mercy I f you could buy your and mado no Independent inves- paid his infrequent visits to the Upon tho conclusion I I tell you the world is a liar; it does Of feminine taet would be a great rocky soul and make it tremble. Oh, llruorsstss. not keep its promises. It is n cheat, salvation Heaven extension of Wall tho oppressiveness of the hour, the tigation, for which, indeed, thero was he had made. Kvor alnco he has of a marriage in a village church tho aro rdleveil by aos.. - V,'td.ihA an speculation, and it fleeces every tiling it can put its suffering with insomnia, but bridegroom signed lil register with his Llvor 111U. I been second, on which the soul's no time. street Had men would go up and buy minute, tho As illustrating Mr. Aldrlch's ways of whether ns the result of remorse or of x mark. The rretty young bride did hands tm.. It is a bogus world. It is n out tho place, nnd leave us to shift for destiny quivers! And this Is that hour, :iurifi Ocuiarr. tlidai. wrc nt tho truth nnd as oxh biting disappointment his friends do not tlie asms and then, turning to a young arriving I'ven swindle. anipM er ' Hat srtlisvi over tn Hut as money is not n law that minute, that second! the dishonesty of protective to' ffs In tpeeify if it pays tho 82M),000 for which you ourselves. t nnv rate It is this inabil- la4y sftio had known her as the best ! (Amijj " Trias fi' !! is? I will answer) general, we recall for n moment a con- ity to sleep that leads him to rol nqn H soholar in school, wnispeiau to nor, contracted, it pays them in bonds that ful tender, what Are we to go through LANGUAGE OF THE FACE. Whose? ivedWra ts rto'a Cure fession madf by that senator when the 0QI00 which ho nas so ion.' . i rne,i wnue will noi be worth any thing 'n allttlo Mood! uvuo u "Tn best couh ivhl everywhere, love ana naoiinsiiBu ". Oh, no; It wnnts richer on Coniamplktu Inillmtril bjr th l.ji, JI00II1, somebody asked him how tho duty while. Just as a man may pay down the slaughter? ho filled with such timm-n- t is a dear fellow, but he for which her eyes: "He blood than ours. It wants a King's CUmctfT Hnd I.lnrt of the fr'ucf. iron ore hsd been fixed at seventy five W I action to the republicans until he can not write, ' as a bed s to tLo I 510,000 In hard cosh and get for It lie is going to iesrn TllSuirsmsa poured froojpoyal Tho faculty of truth that Is the love cents per ton in the tariff of 1&J3. lltf t bTill I worthless script So the world passes blood. It must be a not shamo him of runsvu -t- Va. .jwu Bur LlSBBW'rJ help them lose, elections in- ftjjfsif thSi!1 a )f it Is indicated by the muscles which houses had voted for mty cent I sjpasjLt- - Winning them. Qttny th eor- - from me, and would able to aay tho 1m tho$iS0.000 in that shape urterics. It must be over to 30U for the world." To is tho KingYsyj, Hut lrt s,esltW''l,,e'1 tw'wsB TTOiilvt Quay tho self-eo- n 1st, fess,i rijfht thing at the right moment Is a have n es t a 1 um ! which will not bo worth a farthing to great where thrones and a gre,sjny lurrounds tho eye, causing folds and ton. although In different bills. many Trinklcs. Justice is indicated by tho vote had been taken authorizing part of n second after )f, ' r with publlo funds waa a hero great art, and said only to l ncqulrod you a thousandth occupants, yet nono seem to be coming muscle which causes perpendicular hlL-hrate of duty. Morally, tho com Pl nm rcpublu ans lorel to honur Hut by thoso who havo a natural talent that you ar&lond; J "Oh," you say. "it will (low 11 to the rescue. Hut after a while wrinkles between the eyebrows Full- mittee of conferenco, to which tho sub to' bury me. anyhow." Oil, my was help referred, was bound to Quay 'ho donah was quite a diTerent way. When a cnrcless talker, who of night in Bethlehem strikes brother! you need not worry about tho clock nnd the silver pendulum of n ness and wrinkles under the eye, for ject was finally at fifty cents, neither person Overui.ini with him an I lot criticising n young lady's father aevero- will' bury you soon twelve, w it'ow ly, paused a moment to say "I iepe ho somo persons are remarkable, report the duty which us see whether the publlo will that The world t more nor less. Hut when the bill was star swings across tho sky, and I seo aidicute the love of mathematical enough from sanitary considerations our pretense of high morality ns easily U uo relation of youra, Miss is quieK tho King of Heaven rising tip, nnd He from tha reported this particular item had been as the whale swallowed the prophet and curving upward rostrnbrtcm emoluments are of no descends, nnd steps down from star to as thought she replied with the utmost angle of tho eye and eyebrow raised to sovonty.flvo cents, nnd it was Chtcago Times. use to you The treasures of this world nonehalsnee "Only a connection of nCLIEVCS all Ffcmch Wils. star, and from cloud to, cloud, lower lower necessary for congress to adopt that truthfulndicate probity or personal will not pass current in the future aaotaer's lay marTlafe." Detroit Tree d ' TMotm, nCMOVES Ksu- -s w.hn and lower, until He touches tho rote and tuko tho risk of Its PRESS NOTES. CURRENT ness. Thero are three degrees of the worldfrancl If all the wealth of tho bank rrasa. !''!. Oitnn ENERGY. hills, and then onlo another faculty of justice. The first Is a kind consequences or to reject tho bill : of England were put In tho pocket of REVIVCG rtuK CInrkson la not sueh an Improvennd jf ono THE MARKETS. exactness or strict accuracy in small altogether. , When Senator Aldrloh ment over Quay that the moral eleyourshroud, and you iiithomidstof the hill, this last sharp stroke of persecunCGTOnEG nermU rtreuUOua.V and asked why this had been done ho there, at tho wauis to Toa Tira. money matters, which some people was Jordan of death wore nsked to pay three 11 tion a rill incarnlne trickles down, and would call closeness, said that It was done nt tho suggestion ments of the republican pirty will bo An. and is CI HARTEH HtDICIse CO., It, Laali, cents for", yo'nr ferriage you could not Hotli IU 4IH Mahone, of Virginia, xvho greatly gratlflfld by tho chiujre. who could not be redeemed by by a singular perpendicu- of "Hilly" do it There comes a moment in your wo W I holsw lluleli'rs 10 . ... 0J U JO and was not a member of tho committee, aro rery practical politicians L e., un11 wn between the lar wrinkle existence beyond which all earthly val- money aro redeemed by precious scrupulous spoilsmen. Troy Press psea.rt Tho second is a disposition although he was a member of Uie senues fall; nnd many a man has wakened imperial blood. ng a ITS Improved The election of CInrkson is a stab S!lf.Kl'(iooJtorl.olr ,.,,, Wo have In this dny professed Chriss W O to require justice in tthera, nnd is indi- ate at that time. There is no reason vrs up in such a time to find that he has othcrealii-e- d in tho 1 . eternity, nnd has nothing tians who are so rarefied and religion of cated by two porpendlcnlnr lines or apparently why any particular rate of ncceptcd back for Harrison. CUrkson rLouit-Kstti- iij sold out for otllce under Harrison as a re"'itt rrt duty, once agreed to by both houses that they do not wanta wrinkles, one each side of the center to show for it "' No, re4.. . undor-han-d muneration for the part he took in tho M nurn NalmliMt It Qusrantcof of going to blofxl What do you want? You sttta a very common siifn The third drsrrvo should not bo increased in this I should' as soon think was corrupt presidential JIH t way nt the suggestion of to want a religion of brains. The lliblo Is conscientiousness, or the disposition lists ,ssi m'ifo. WMer. Chatham stre'et to buy silk Both thn method nnd remits when Iir-U TS -Is now for either in or out of congress. forced out of oflloe, and r Zilpr of, ) with no cotton in them says: "In tho blood is the life. So to apply the rule of justice to one's self, -I- IM nil BrruD of Flea i Ulicnt it ii pleAsant McKinOught not Blaine. Cleveland Plain Dialer. I1 rOII.MV lef ....15 '0 (IK Is indicated by three or more There are several items in tho ' and refr thing to the Uiste, and acts as to go to this world expecting to find ntonoment without blood. Ooo,l I.sf OI7l did he say? and t VOi ( , ce When tho next domocratlo conM un 10 any permanent happiness. It has de- the apostle to know? What corruptablo wrinkles, or lines especially noticeable, ley tariff Involving very largo interests CIlOVIMIO.N'h-Mr- ss po'lt-..- ll SKVttHin ",( gonuy jet prorupuy on 1110 jyhuict, that were smuggled Into tho bill sur- gress sets about Investigating tho rot0 "Ye aro redeemed not with Laril Drlme f Issm extending above tho eyebrow when the ceived and deluded every man who has gTClff tW1V'n&i' 11 O II Liver and Bone!, cleanses tho sys.tun.... TH.s.n-rt'i&tenness of the present udmlnistratiou, IHJTTKlt-Ciwthings, such ns silver and gold, but by muscle is in action. The love of com. reptitiously in the same way as Sy ever put his trust in it tl Prime tocholrs ereimer.... s iron-or- e tax was in tho tariff of a great deal of valuablo testimony may AI'l'I.Kit OrMB, ytrhw tem cC'ectually, dispels colds, tho precious blood of ChrUt.V You put inund is indicated by ono or moro short, 16 t l'l History tells us of ono who rcjolvcd 1 0) U l lOTA'ror.H-Ne- w oftWooler? nr.il fovert and cures habltiial bo obtumed from the Into the arm of our holy transverse wrinkle acrqss tho root of 18S.1. pr bbl that ho would havo all his senses grati-fu- d your lancet Mr. on Porter's clerks The duty on tin plate was a swindle vr.ir Yonir 4 constlpsiiin. fivrup of Fig is tho at ono and the 6ainc time, and he religion and withdraw tho blood, and the nose, exactly between the eyes It from the outset. The mainspring of census ry. Watch Out! Collar. tt .. . , w it In methods of helping the republican lU hind oyer expended thousands of dollars on each you leave It a mcro corpse, fit only for may be seen in great military diw ''! tN'iH i 01 only remedy or to tho tnsto and ar was not tho hopo party by falsifying statistics In his deMo re4 - n O tlH nleaslutr a j loti if, w. scsrex MMt sense- -' Ho entered a room and there tho grave. Why did Ood command tho in masters and teachers, and that increased duty Corn Nn t mliej, nw partment- -- Albany Argus. and expectation of starting tho were tho first musicians of tho land priests of old to strike tho knife into in those generally who are fond of Cptsh!a to thfe rtoliimh, prompt in lists Mimfl Industry In this country, but of vo ouamoii or twMAxa hssdkd. The magnanimity and patriotism fOltK Nfr mrss Mil IA -- hoc nuthority. In those who are ... pleasing his ear, and thero were tine the kid and the goat, and tho pigeon, people to use galvanized of tho bondholders In giving Unolo .AltO tVMtsrn tsm dets iU action and truly lienenaitil in its his eye, and there and tho bullock, and tho jamb? It was wanting in power to command, and compelling of ellocw, prepared ouir lrom tne mou "out from for roofing pnrposos Samuel further tlmo on his bonds will OIlICAaO. iron Instead tin were costly nromatics regaling his so that when tho blood rushed have no desire for responsibility, this Tho wool 81 ri.OUIt tho tariff are full of lie long remembered by u (fruteful (MAIN-Wh- eat Wlntsr pHtni .. in, healthy and ngrecahlo Btilwtancc, its nostril. nnd there were the richest these animals on tho floor of the an- sign is absent. The faculty of command deceptivo items of Ka rei1.... i and swindling provisions country In these perilous times of No. 1 (tiics, ,prlnj . cient tabernacle tho" people should be frequently acU with that part of justice a i'i msny excellent qtialitlei commend it wuwrLLBKifDYOU TEaTiatoirr confecmeat' and wines and fruits and Corn-N- o. a H to all and havo mado it tho most f. in peace, the nation's honor has lieen preyitoai PEorus vrno which have been Osu-N- n. tions pleasing the appetite, and thero compelled to think of tho coming car- which reprimands or requires others to the public prints repeatedly exposed a n l popular rcmody known. I nnd bv manufacturers served, nnd the empty treasury has POniC . heaii you. . was softcouch of sinful indulgence on nage of the Son of Ood. No blood, no do right, and both together produce O f 0 who are themselves protectionists. Tho been given another clunce. f.oalsvlll, I.AUD Si"Stn, TO atonement. whlcK 'ho reclined; and the man dethat lowering and frowning brow which fact that those deceptive and under CourliT-JuiirnaIIA1.T1MOUH P UL I nT7u I think that Uod Intended to impress is so terrible to and $1 bottles br all leading or to those clare! tiftcrward that he would give STAY UUIlLUi TOt7ll-r-u- !1r .M !( provisions havo brought no bone-f- it Was thero ever anything more n wi Any reliable druggist who iUUilLU ten times what be had given.If he could us with a vividness of that color. The who love to bo approved rnther than hand those whom thoy were intended J........ . to ts eH may not uotn Hiii..M.,. impudent nnd shameless than tlis resoP. HAROLD HAYES, M. D., Phrenological Journal. have qno week of such enjoyment, even green of tho grnstho bine of the sky, condemned. havo it on hand will pro- Oils a n to help, and havo yielded only heart- lutions adopted by tho republican r.iir-nnn- Miseit iiurrAxo, . r. though he lost his soul by It! Ahl that would not have startled and aroused ei for any ono who cure it promptly burnings nnd mutual crimination be- national committee In eulogy of Quay I'OItlf-M- sis 13 00 Oil 13H How Tlmf Win Rnnverlrrt. ... was the rub! Ho did lose his soul by it! us like this deep crimson. It is as if and manufactur- nnd Dudley two men who worn forced (TII,K First iisllty wh wishes to try it Do not accept any HAY-FEVE- ' You cin take any man for Christ ii tween Cyrus the Conqueror thought for a little Hod had said' "Now, sinner, wake up R 8M O TJ nnd wo doubt not will nut of tho committee by tlio indignant IKKIS substitute. w'hllo thnt ho was making a Uno thing and wo what the Saviour endured for you know how to get at him, writes ers, ought to be, INDMNAI'OMH be, effectively used in the Ohio public '.pinion of their own party'1 U CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO. vut of this world, and yet bofofo he j you. Thi is not water. This is not Dr. Talmago in tho Ladies' Hom$ wxrxa to ua xo ltt ... (Yim-N- o, St If McKinley Is put to explain.. republican national committee ss came to ins 'grave ne wroie oui mis "wine. It Is blood. It is the blood of Journal, Truman Osborne, one of the ing seriatim all tho bad things in his lias I riUHCISCO, CiL TMIMI TkU MM s ml Oath No. J Lowtviut, at. who went through the nn roopcut for publlo opinion? HulTalo " ro. ' pitiful epHnph for his monument: "I my ow n Sou It is tho tlood of the Im- evang-ellstI.OUIBVIM.K. will be loft with a largo arrear- ( uiriitr bill, he ns ss FLi'tJIt wimerpilunl ...- - .., uni Cyrus. I occupied tho I'crslun em- maculate. It is tho blxxof God." country many years ago, had u wonder- age of overduo accounts. N. Y Host SI - - Tho oiistonis receipt uro fifllin; (1KAIM 1Vhx,l No. 3tpJ.... LIVE pire. 1 was king over Asia, llegrudgo Without the shoddlng of bloooS!f no re- ful art in the right direction. He came cs as MUM Cons f Is lis ff, n t because of a reduction In tlu- Hut the mission. There has been many, a man to my father's houso ono day, and RAUM'S FIGURES EXAMINED. ino not this monument" ..... n 4 1 llfr, nlli's lii.il Tmri, Inchnml Chn . 4 M uti,.n,, nrsnnshlua raailff we were seated In the ttit oa. but Ihwhuso the MoKlnlc-- r law Is POrtK Mis world. In nfter years, plowed up his who In courts of law has pleaded "not whllo nri'iu', rlxhssnnd n?rl-- Usnlia .... Slfarn UT stmldlsfuss, SS'amar dlsvel llieilit, tion- 'I guilty," who nevertheless has been con room, he said: "Mr. Talinnge, nre all Htartllnf; Conclusions from hlr lloontirul's ToliibltU-- us to many article scpuleher. MlntWIlrs. but slekn.s.- , Iskth.snrr.Mrnn.l.nU w,.lfjrn,h dqpUu. The world flapped Its hands and demned because there was bbod found your children Christians?" l'atlier ecroiiM) In tho revenues of the govern- rl,bm- I vlll srsrlHkK us, soonrrurlnlrr. Gen. Green 11. Kaiiin, comtiilssionor rm'XCarc """""""""a-ay- . SisV of tho enormous ir stamped Its feet in honor of Charles on his lianas, or blood found in ins said: "Yes, all but De Witt." Then of ponslons estiniaU-pllf, Ihnt tent, in tho fuco b. vaallltlrd n thut 1,""0S,70? OUTW cir.nr othsr rrllv,l room; and what shall we do in tho last Truman Osborne looked down into the ssdstWi run I.. ami sclent ll.sro Is bil It Cut ill umln made by the reuse lu expenditures l.amb; but what does ho say? "I walk ! ' rurrvrrr tmiMit. Boldiers of tho union nre now living list l!rel congress, in certainly r up and down, thinking 1 am happy, but day if It bo found that wo havo recrucl-Ho- d fireplace, and began to tell u story of s and that 1,001.038 soldiers wero killed 'I hero If nuitlsrov- - Imsa IU. k stcrbslaw lllliln thr-h,rll- . ns II r, qurtect pr MS for ssiaa. tuispf in ens rsHlubtr-tsltis- ; the Lord of Glory and hsve never storm that oamo ou the mountains and In battle or havo died during the war alarming. Thuro is really a big deficit fooling I urn not" Call the roll, and be lhl mulullnl lesions. 'lull's l.lrr 1'llls. Inllllluiis IHienieslind A. on must bolievo In all the sheep were In the fold; but thoie Kmspapef Coquick about It Samuel Johnson, thn repented of it? a tho treasury, and It will be a good Kere l, llmi'Dls luelelent l u ilrninira iiier outside that perished In and since. nc- blood or die No escape 1 am afraid I Unless was one lamb the learned! lUppy? "No. According to this estimnta, 2,219, 161 oeal bigger u year bunco all on ItisybNT lirasvn Mn InesUninltl bstt, HWetrotTI'eri suj 5 i"-- X at Ji,s congress as as kusdred tksutxnd llslnv svllnrssts S srtolurs, shall sftinno day get crayy." William you let tho sacrifice of Jeus go in your the storm. Had ho looked mo in the men boru urms in tho northern armies 'juntof tho billion-dolla- r vsMfy. Indianapolis Sentinel. Ihulltt, the great essayist! Happy? stead you yourself must suffer. It is eye I should have been nngercd when during tho civil war. r.7&l70Elm6trtl, "jWHHi&M he told thut story; but he looked Intf "No, I havo been for two hours and a either Christ's blood or your blood. -- Prosldont Harrison has written 'I,IS Tf- Hut in 13W, tho yonr before tho wur "Oh," says some one. 'the thought the fireplace, and it was so patheticalAND WHISXtY HABIT. half ffoing up and down l'aternostor SURE ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Krhardt that ho has al-- t populut o t ) licgan, the total white male Good. God in- ly Mild beautifully done that I nrtof tuHin at iiuxa efyitai row with a volcano In my breast." of blood sickens me. i Price, 25c. Office, 39 & 41 Pifk Place, N. Y. ays held him in tho highest esteem. of tho military ago of all the states nn & iiirr rut ' ruhi. Smollett, tho witty nuthor' Happy? tended It to sicken you with yoiir ln. found any pence until I was sure I was territories wus estimated by tho eight n M10 national committee, has assured 11. M.VronM.KY. ii IU THt "OHIO'' "No. I am sick of praise and blame, Do not act as though yon had nothing inside the fold, where the other sheep census nt only 5,03l,00i. Deducting tin ('nay nnd Dudley that tliolr restgnn, ri t.MA. O.s Hfs104 Wkllsksllas, John P. Jones, Kdom.Tex., writes fss es. WHLL tali Mt,l and I wish to God that I had such cir- to do with that Calvariin massacre. were. lighting populiitlonof Alabamn, Ark in t ons nro accepted with poignant I havo used German Syrup for tho .. , Your sins were the ImpleDRILL cumstances around mo that I could You had. ISO 1 M'I .S 1, nun ..uxlklllVSl and tlmt thoy will always b "l,',";j What greater thing is therefor two wis, riorida, Georgia, Louisiana, Misi past six years, for Sore Throat, V,,kii ,iws.jiiiissI rsilsis,..iw Thotc implements highest Inmy pen Into oblivion ' lluchan-rn- , ments of torture. us persons of tho throw human ssuls than to feel that they are slppl, North Carolina, Kouth Cnrolm.i, Colds, Pains in the Chest with or rnmitijaf Well writer, exiled were not made of steel, and Iron, nnd joined for life, to strengthon each other Texas and Virginia, and half the il'I who Cough, the tegrityor at any rati ns persons say to any- iilrhinf rr. in If J"""- MMa "! fiom his own country, appealing to wood, mi much as out of your sins. In labor, to rest on each other in sor- Ing population of the bonier stab's, Dot aro ns honest us the average man Ir and Lungs, and let me medicine nl Mrfct ppingiooii llalM for protection! Happy? Guilty of this homicide, and regicide, row, to minister to each other In pain, uwurc, Kentucky, Maryland, Mioui publlo life. Tho crocodllix tears hav- one wanting such n lMtir & Henry VIII. wAUTrn AocNT8.ir;. AiMisaf NU1AN, II nil I UV uueiT on,7 tatatnrw L00MIS Uuismwis,0lss(,llt "No. Over mountains covered with ' and this filicide, confess vnnr irullt to- - to be one with eacli other In silent, un- - nnd Tcnuensoe, tho entire military pojh ing boon properly shed and tho baggage German Syrup is the lcst. lirilll.tlO . IBIX1 Clisrtl. tc iss Bis FJtliU. Tirri.s, oiiiii. .1f,v 'IVn tlimiKnnfl vrtlfuc n ff,uvin MrS IMS taa fslU liuj snow, and through v.illeys Hooded with sneakablu momorles at tho moment of illation available for the union cause at sunt to the roar tho grand old party ., I), , : rain, I eoine a fugllite." Mollere, the bring In the verdict Hgalnst you of jfull-t- the .last pariing. ., B.W. Baldwin, Carnesville.Taun., the beginning of the conlllct would bo will now return to tho business of try virurRu i.'ii.. mii. iLLl tl - 'I hi imitT, lloeaaiUr, M.Y. guilty. Prepare to die. or believe . jiopular dramatic author! Happy? "No. n-s,aW,st0. Uven this apportionment on ing to enrry olcctions by tlio aid of tho writes : I have used your German , ,,111111 mus " That wretch of an actor just now re- in that blood. Stretch yourself out for One great reason why some men north and south leaves b the federal ollloes. Chicago Times. Syrup in my family, and find it the tVSTIIOUT HKMICl.M, CHA.Xli: 1800 A.N.K.-- B. pacrlfice, or accept tho Saviour's practice generosity so little In the world between cited four of my lines without the the Tuloutcd republican eoonotnists best medicine I ever tried for coughs lutter section only l,201,5'jr mm to DIET )lt HI'Mt Do not fling away "your one proper accent nnd gesture. To havo sacrifice. wiiBN wuiiimsto AiiTturm ns U tkla arondvlNing western farmers to restrict and colds. I recommend it to evy-on- e Arnirorsilbrreuisr DhTsI I 'It I I!,I uri u'art. ie, Is tho finding so little there. Generdruw ujion, nnd supposes a nunn-r,t'a- l nlslismlrsfsresitsssaf fundl.ru .l.utkst sy ssw Ik. Adsrtle.sst tho children of my brain so hung, cbnnco. osity is catching, and if so many escape superiority on the part of tho north of their acreage for tho next wheat crop ,retimnt n - 'p 1 Or. iii' for these troubles. , fespcr. 1.. i it. vi:iisi It seems to me os If all Heaven were it, it is for the same reason that coun- nearly four to one. drbwn nnd quartered tortures mo like a uvnld tho necessity of sellIn order to condemned spirit" I went to seo a trying to bid in your soul. Ttoo first try people escape thesmallpox because unt? niTlllItirlljMt. in tho army from all ing it for loss than tlio cost of prodno 'lhe deaths TOIRO'"! IIRMBDY bid It makes Is the tears of Christ at the they meet with no onu to give it t'J cuusos during the period between lh'W) tlon Such talk Is thrown uwny upon J-R. Scbmalhausen, Druggist, ol I Is Imninllalo, A cure h corwln. worldling die. liraiMfst, MU rl, t Its tha IlKflil tLli.L-- linOtLlL Charleston, Ul.,writes : After trying As I wont into the jail I saw its floor tomb of Lazarus; but that is not a high them, Lord Gruvlllu. and lWJi hnvo been stated by Adjt. thofarmurs who havo 110 means of was tcssuUated, and its wall was a pic- enough price. Tho next bid Heaven This may bo Gen. Drum ns 35(1.628. restrict pro (notion nnd uro scores of prescriptions nnd preparar makes is the sweat of betlisemane; but It is indeed n pleasant sight to seo below tho truth, but the point w vlsh comp d to work for the biggest crop tions I had on my files aud shelves, ture gHllery, I found his adorned with tapestry until it seem- it is too cheap n price. Tha next bid n family dwelling together In peace and to muku is that the deaths during that pov, 'iU so as to maKO both eud.s meet without relief for a very severe cold, Pjdi Itlrina Olntnvnt,! if wlilch it atiiall wrilelels pplleil Ito tli ed asif the clouds of tho setting sun Heaven makes seems tola the whipped unity and gladness. Neither tho poet period wero enough, or nearly enough, aft 'i paying the tax collector aud the which had settled on my lungs, I Knlil j IsV DutUlls. l'rloc,H,iltIrcsi, by itJ.T. IU't r sou t Ut JiiMI. la had settled in the room. The man had back of I'ilato's Hall; but it 1" not a nor the painter can describe a happier to balance the normal lncreiue In the lii'iitgtigo holder. i.Tisa, VYarfau. What tho wheut tried your German Syrup. It gav; A HH glven'forty years to the world his wit, high enough price. Can it impossible, sceuo, Dulce Doiiiutm population of military age, so thnt at fcrowcrx need Is nn Increase In tho pur- me immediate relief nnd a permaOWING TO INCHEASBD PATOONAQI Heaven can not buy you in? his time, his genius, hi talent, his soul. that the nml of tlio war, or ut any time chasing power of each bushel of grain nent cure. K. M. BARTliETX'S Tl. on.. kas rssaes-ss- ts l at ISJSSII HUIISISI l W hen your lieurt is so bouvythiit during I'm wur, tho northern iopula-tloDid tho world come In to stand by his Heaven tries once wore, It says: tnniuxh a reduction In thu McKinley .(,. uluUi lor sdMStlaasl Mill, fVfl inf W1 Ml iks bid this time for that man's Mul you can't laugh yourself, tho next best C, C. r.RKEN, Sole Uonufactarer, death-bed- . nnd clearing off tho vials of uvuilable for military purposes lirlcen of tha supplies that every farm lun.iril r.'tl-T. ZZ".:::.:.,'n Commercial College .LAI. kiiliM- - fh.IV ,n.i. nssd furlSsof. siassi. isn ".I i esof Christ s martyrdom, the thing Is to do something tlmt will maUo was not greatly in excess of the eighth ei has to buy. St UouU Uupubllu. S)4r.l. t I144MUH W. bitter medicine, put down uny compen- the tor' &IWIWMS0. S. A. V00dbut7, Navjencj, bomebody elw laugh with joy. sation? Oh, noi The v orld does not blood on ills temple, the blood on Ilia ls-e- n like sick and dying people, nnd 1cj'" them In tho lurch. It ruined .this n1'1 nnd then left lilm. He had n tin,' 1 cent funeral. All tho ministers w ,r(" scarfs, and there were forty-thro- e 'if Hugos In u row; but the departed inn" appreciated not tho obsequies. nt I want to peinuade my audience this world Is it poor investment; lliit ,l does not pay DO percent of sAltsfnci on nor 80 per cent., nor 20 per cent, ,r S per cent, nor 1; thatIt gle ' solnco when a dead babo lles.on v "r 'lap; that it gives no, poaeo w ' ' consctoiico rings its'hlnrm: .that it p " no explanation in thodny of r? trouble, and nt the time of your doer'0 "' it takes hold of tho pillow-cas- e shakes out the feathers and then . ' down In the place thereof highs 'ni' groans, nml execrations, and nea mnkes you put your bend on it ''h vo wlio havo tried tills vtnrlct. Is satisfactory portion? Would rou nij. vtso your friends to make tho lnt No. "Yo hnvo sold yoursc f for naught" Your conscience wtnl Your Itiblo w'nt Your hope went "" 11 ,;.eoU, tho blood on His chin, the blocsl His side, tho . 11 His hand, the blood on bloodon VW on His knee. thetho Mood lllsfoot In rills, ths Wood In drop., i" jKHitsVontfiilaU-- bcneaUl the Wi-.s, the blood that wot tho the tips of the soldiers' spears tho warm In tho Mood that plashed to faces of His enemies." Olory loo God, that bid wins It! The highest pi that was ever paid for nn thing buy" paid for our soul. Nothing could it but blood. The estranged property "You havo Is Knight back. Take It sold y 0111 solves for nought: and ye shall O atonIk? redeemed without mof.-y- ." ing blood, cleansing blood, life glwng blood, sanctifying blptni, Alorlfylni,' blood of Jesus! Why not burat Into cr-shard-hearte- 1 1 SldleiliYor'V:. over-mode- st "s - fnlttl-full- y r! i' . 1 . ,- - nn 1 "' ,,.. '.'i .(.in,,. i x ll.rii. - title-deed- 1 - - 1 , to-da- tv.-i- . n rnsor KJ Z .Si'w ; fore-Hnnv- n. 1 ei.. "',, !k S lllnlion T ft'sl'ili 1 , . fire-ste- two-thir- one-fourt- I lf three-quarte- rs PI "-"- coni-ernl- "rT.Tvoor ' ' T..t '" . GSXte DOUGLAS L. SHOfc. 5sk XMU - 1 S3 V" nrk?ia7db&KB. ' xteIr . rt .f- S?Z.?!fc7r$?V& &&W&f'tiffi3l':& . " ,. l. rmii-ho- o.i" W pro-ldc- nt aitt .sl d'f.'. ' vfl V .l.-- lr cr i 34ESS sheep-covere- 1 skull-shape- d UVRRTOCIC-Cstlls-CoiBtn- onll ctsan. eye-blo- HOOrt-Conin- eil '.AMHH-IKiirS- OKAI.S-VinAT-- ... & nn i Tower'? nny-bod- cle-'tlai- fs NM ... ..... .. 1 1 OEJ ENJOYS 5LiCKER f?. Mi'i til ii Ma-hon- Xte u. head-ache- rUUU-rlrlot-"B- (lltAIN-Wlirst-Us- pro-daco- d. tin-pla- te pictures-'fnscinntln- -- Mes. ... ...,,.... THWIA t'ilis'HI evil-doe- l. (lltAlts-Whrat-- No. ..., TP,.,T,1",u..Tm,r "B wool-grower- s - a, r n. t) OltAIN-Whosl-- No. A !- - Oats-MU- ...-.,-.-LA- ..... UD LIFE'S HISTORY; " ir tw. STOCK slo.l-Basn- ii- CUTS. s dlion-dolla- "German Kld.ne, Syrup" Tutt's Liver For Coughs Colds. mrrs prs-Vl- Pills - BOREI WELLS mm tt(l; 1 1 i" world-renowne- d r"r Gonsfipation Oisrer r1 '..rniatls-rtaiMrs- death-chambe- K; IT I If RrSKipJlLmH aB-) mh- 1 m i -- 'IS v -- J ' , r r jv. asfartss..1(jiTMM. " " uuaA1Lss)JuuXtIsajtaal(JfJfJJIM( iMIWfMlirUiMMRHBsWH V3.f, , - J y ..ifcsasasa.a ..a'a'aflaiW. j. .- - ,:..-- .. ' '' -- - .fallafl .MMaMMMaMMaMSMstatataaaB