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Jaekson Btrttt, Kentucky. neil door ' to OlUr Halt. THE HICKMtVl ESTABLISHED litw 1859. tho open Art). FINE JOB PBINT1NG GEORGE WARREN, Editor. N. frriceof Subscription, $150 in Mc OLDMT SAE VIWIP 4MLO WM'I'BimaT rmmrme. m n v HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTf PALM SUNDAY. Qlvo Ue 1 I J. are to n little for Christ? U He can afford ill i'ONJ) COxXGRKSS. NINE DROWNED. to Ilft rnlm Su"d"y to :.: iruvci w ocrnsaiem M .... Mori and Womon , . incw. People Tiii mv: "V..t viar n . k Distressing t'nuialir In the Harbor at lint Seailon. noi anora a rew i for Evorythlugf. f'TOa, Anril S hy ll.lm,A Hjillhnut Containing n tads from our branches to make woT II....W. ln8tca,, "MlR'nnce .' nit Their Instructor Cap.!,... s WMaert a bill for the rehef of John 'No! no1" I emerald His way. of f ri00'1, , aioet Ofltho tnrsterlen Hint" l,.tl...- -l i , Miiynnt a V t jL" April 12. An Instnicttirnnd I, Host-ox- , going on every moaaai Bometlilns Mint Suffer For Every . comfortably." A WU of len boys connected you want" ?ctMrt Triumph Jrina Chrlat'a EnlraneeJ ' oecnuso ' ' " all directions. What lanoi .!. Vr"rall. i . :l .i..,.. were capslred in with the farm school In Iht own homo ntnonjc her ripeclal Miss Wruyo lost no tlino. That very yy was farorablr rrm.i.1 v.. a.- -. ' of Jerusalem Forms Test for ,y.thBl nMy .f,lUlcr I,avo "ch ,,a"l work to fladlD nsall bontnnd tbn In. frletnK IMith Wrnyo wm brlffht and day after tho doctor's call alio laid oa, from the hwi Dr. Talmaec'a Sermon. ttrtictor and elghtof tho lioysdrowned. .i.. a. People wheTamoVni vu --V "" "altlea. The i1.: J,.C P?U.n hU .... ..... apclaMo to a deron not realized bjr the cane before htm, nud so eager a no victims were: a. K. ns Bnd holds tho book clone ns. Nonlbcrg, ... 0moroeUea. at tlio the world'a betterment sk,iiiis oJ last Mho knew her onlv as llio heir- - and apnrkllng was she lu her rccllnl of in concerned. holds It far off. and la not nnlsa Frank F. Hitchcock, Homer Dr. Talmage'a Uxt Palm Sunday i . U,W) a year, cm of lier unclo'u Rreat wealth, and Donalds bravery and Dot's charms I ""tl.cr hc number of the the mailmum aalartes of all .v..,f,,mt';,,,cr' (U'- - ' EI11. Thomas who found her a trlllo dltnnt and that tho young man's rescrvo melted John xil, 13'. "They took branche They suggest or 150, and tho fingera with which h "-"me nrai, oy about 110O Ihilllps, Nm. W, Cnrran, Charles II. Kono cabed her protnl. Klio ami lie showed himself as Interested palm trees""" and went forth to if WSJ! OI IB',ur. the road turns tho leaves are T "rave". Hrrry K. Loud, Adalbert II. very clumsy. Mm enJ . d too and symputhctlo as she could destro. Hlra."" . l VI II1IT. HWMaUl wai TrltlllnM tit tU. i for that, but ll aa?Lm?11 ,h? priT,8 ""' Introduced I ackard. The rescued were: Oco. W. T is4iB mc traces, was How wan that posslblo? Howco era tho following! Pen- Judge Oldham wns consulted and Donthey are kwing back In the brecchlnga. stoopnngood deal, although oce Im hicro aniuulntaneca hod no conception Clementa and Chnrlca L. Limb. The straight as an arrow and hla eyea Mur')h'- - I of Company palm branches bo cast in the way natum which tho her ald was H,r"fr" U S -. .iuniota r.aier of tho minny with gladness. filled one, serve thofound to bo just Dot ono to de- Christ as He approached Jemsale They are tsVe everlasting No. arc wll-- were keen an a hawk's, and the hand rTJiTTt ftl"crea'cInfantrr. nTin him tin- E, Instructor had been to the city during llfo mothor'a They areiWamble trees; they bequest, whllo Only wan dally mornlngl the pennon of Patrick Coyle, the day to attend church hn offered to hla bride oa the marria-r- a and the ten Oday of (ware arid perhaps, and he did not reveal his sent for to amuso Mrs. Wraye with her There nrc scarcely any pnlm trceal . w . i i per monta: paring constituting a regular aBl.",T"'""r","" or w"1 enerry lay. was of goodly shape awl M Qoi crew of the central Palestine. Even tho one th llghtl thought. Tho recent death of Judge. qnalnt chatter and bonny face. ""'T tchool, left the island at 6:30 to sail to Ur. er erab www h. i will,. tell vou tthatUaV. f rroperty taken by U. S. troops On v-, .. ,..w prec'oua name I'arUy, lriw Wraye's "I am so glad," said Kdlth to hei was carefully guarded at Jericho brother, and tho ' Vart to netuliui .t..sm ti adornbur ,...w City Tolnt iaw o,)ic EUSS iucfaag iulot winter which followed, left mother when tho matter was settled. gone. I went over the road by wU n. twttaiL"d With Mies pore sad while. JtBiaiiaiitlrin Ihmm h i, iJ4ftaV.QJal ft Turr. maa rar ra. mjbm m Christ approached Jerusalem. si&f' Kdlth free to devote her time to her "Donald will hnvo his Kastcr clft. we 'war: ffrantlnir an honorable which the trip is often made. Tho trip ' iWityot olive trees and iff A ghtdforee mratag bringing su Hi r SoIKfortno-t t.j.u,.u.,,-i.iiii3oare fcii.. mother untlljlhd approach lata of Company ao'much bettor, too. I really feci but no palln trees that I could see. VmI Hut, how little any or all of us accom advantage of lack of schooling from aiscnatge to SamuelL F.toShaw,Andrew J Wyant to the point wna mado and soon nfter 7 brought new prrlbkuiex'" pay : mwtninaiamv Tl sweetest anthem singing! p. tn. tho boat started on tho return evening the afternoon's story young again. Then," she added, after must rememuer that tne ciimato has hiishin that direction. Wetnkctwenty which ho had suffered for a lifetime, im ror tne iosa uorse, aorlnr the. war. That "lb ricn Carta! U hero." thirty years to get fully ready for and that the wolf of hunger should nev- WasBtxaTON, pril . SEATB.-Sens- tor a pause, "Dr Harro has been very changed trip. At a point supposed to bo bewas rehearaeiL Ih tomea wha ctfl of healing Tho palm tree likes water, but by tl Christian work, and in tho nfterpart of er put Its paw on hla door-siland forty wolcott, of Colorado, addressed tho senate on tween Spectre island and Thompson's "Why did uncle choose fo have me nlco abodt looking up Donald's interi'ut wounded hearts that tnoasi Mr Morgan's resolutions favoring frreeolnsg v., 1:111,) jinm jwi vuv or fifty years ho ban been tearing off island, the boat was struck by a squall take charge of thla matter mother? I ests, and ho does so much good work cutting down of thu forests, which a ai.u ,u tunu KKt, f A Mnlll rath revealing . gradual closing of nctlvc w ork, and thnt from tho nalm tree of his physical of silver. He made a caustic speech attacking and immediately capsized. The eleven world with ruin unknowo. don't In the least know how to act there among thoso poor people, I llko leafy prajcrs for rain, the land has Harrison's administration and charged It with leaven only so little tlmo between open- strength and manly form branches to killing the free sliver bUL Hill and Cleveland occupants were thrown Into the como unfriendly to tho palm t about It Am 1 to go ciivasMng tho him now." liftcvroet with life eternal. ing nnd stopping work that nil wo ac- throw In the pathway of his household. also fell victims to his sharp tongue, and the ap- water, but being accustomed to strict Jericho onco stood in seven mile Kastcr morning dawned In wondercourts nud back alleys In jcarch of the With torn, and Joy, and praeat parent backdown of destined youth? Or advd-tlsThat ful beauty, ns If tho sun of rlghtcouv palm grove. Olhct wns crowned wl complish Is hollttle an angclof Ood needs It has cost him muscle, and brain, and critkhed. Senator the democrats was severely discipline und the exercise of heroism In Bujv.4imi. Mt, Carllalo'a to pay KD.83S to exert himself to seo It at nil. Nearly health, and eyesight, and there have to tne personal representative bill James Henry the school, they all secured positions When want and woe aha", ceasel would undoubtedly brlnr plenty of nesn were shining upon the world. In palms. The Dead sea has on Its ban ot answers. And what can a ctilld do the children a homo wns unexpected tho trunks of palm trees that float-jr-i everything I see around R'neath nnd been twisted off more years from hln Dennlj was favorably reported to the senate vt here they conld cling to the overturned tit Ilia f.fathera. tar? paun grow above In the natural suggestsuc-fu- l llfo than any man In tho crowd on whh an amendment reducing the amount by craft, and then began a long wait for Alike for you and m. with so large a sum? It would not happiness and In tho great house on uuvwiiroiu some service. Ile rounttuaai Hit brothers, If there Is nothing in the tho" famous Palm Sunday twisted n,w rescue which to most of them was never have to him any slgnlfliuncc an an tho hill the air was fragrant with flow nnd arc preserved from decay by the sail Ilocsz Tho following were among the priAll ens, do bund nor freo. which they received from the Dead sei. Blblo thnt Inspires you to usefulness, go off branches from the palm trees on ers. j I'astcr gift such as undo ML' vate bills Introduced In the houso Uy to come. w oodmen spare the ticesof America, out and study tlio world around you this the road from Hcthpage to Jeru- Mr I'aynter (Ky.) To Increase the pension of According to tho testimony of the two "These lilies are Dr. Harre's Kanter l.et The lands of tin are broken; "So, daughter, you can hardly exo IImi inr, and llio epprre-spdgift to you, little mother," said Kdlth, If they would not ruinously change trie spring-timand learn tho great lesson salem. What makes that mother Alexander Williamson, lato oi company 11, survivors, they encouraged each other chilpect that Hut ought not Hear the sacrt Gospel apnlrnt Infantry. Ily Judge dren to knov tho meaning of KaUcr? as she kissed her mother (rood morn climate nnd bring to the soli barren- of usefulness. "What art thou doing up look so much older than sho really .Second KentuckyTovolunteer Seaton Norman aa by words of cheer, occasionally shout"Come unto Mo and tut" I'arrett (Ind.) appoint ness instead of fertility. Thanks to Ooil there, little star? hy not shut thine Is? You sjy she ought not yet to have an assistant surgeon In tho marine hospital ing in tho hope that they might be heard till rely It Is as Important asChr atinas, lug. "J Orlurlots Easier mernlrgt "And I have an Kastcr gift for you, and the legislatures for arbor day, cyo nnd sleep, for who cares for thy one gray lino in her hair. The truth is service. A resolution was adopted requesting by somo one on shore. A line tug was and If, through this wish of your uncle, 0 day id peace and light! you can lead some one of thetc poor daughter," was tho reply. "The doc- w hlch plants trcos, trying to ntnno for shining?" "So." saltlt tho star, "I will tho family was not always as well off as the committee on judiciary to report back the seen in the distance, and they shouted ' One prrHjus hame adorning children to a better as well as a hap tor says I shall bo quite strong ngain the ruthlcbsnesb which has destroyed not sleep. I guide the sailor on the sea. now. The married pair had a hard resolution providing for an Investigation or the with nil their remaining strength, but With lilies puro and while. The resolution could not attract I cheer the traveler among tho inottnt-iln- s. struggle at tho start, Kxamine the tips I'lnkerton dctectlvo agency, pier life, I know you will not mind by June, and I am really much better." inem, attention. The night a as some months sgo by A gtadanoie meaaag bringing Yes, my text Is In harmony with the I help tip the dew with light. of the forefinger and thumb of her right tatlreIntroduced alliance member from Represcn wns cold and shores and wharves were "Oh, my precious little mother, that nny care or anxiety." Georgia tVatson, 01 loir thit knows no feari How can I bo condition of that country on the morn Through the window of the poor hnnd, and they will tell you the storyof Deliberation on the free wool bill was con' abandoned. When the time for the boat I la the best gift of all "So, mother dear, of course not Tli awrcuat anthrm singing. lug of Palm bunday. About 8,000,000 man a cabin I cast a beam of tho necdlo that was plied day in and eluded, and Ihe republican intendments were to return to the island had passed the don't really mean to be cross Ju-,- t noiv glnd enough!" The rtarn Christ U war Srah I; Hollon, in N Y Otermr Tho Kn&tcr munle fell upon gratoful people have come to Jerusalem to attend hope, and the child on its moth- day out. Yea, look at both her hands, voteddown In committee of the whole. The superintendent of the school, Charles I am thlnUIng of tho dlsagrreal enrts committee rose, reported the bill lo tbo house, Uradley, went to the beach to scan the of tho affair. Dr. Harro has to giro his hearts that night, but nono wcro mora tho religious festhltlon. lircut news! er's hi p asks In glco whither I and they will tell tho story of the time and the house without actios adjourned. " a. ;omo nnd w hat I do nnd vv hence I go. when sho did her own work, her own grateful than Kdlth Wraye. Jesus w ill enter Jerusalem The judgment, and he doesn't, and Judge VTasrirgtok, April The senate waters toward City Point to see If his sky In red with tho morning, nnd tho To gleam nnd glitter Ood R't mc here. mending and scrubbing and washing. devoted somo time to a debate on a motion to boys were approaching. -"I cannot thank you, Dr. Harre," Oldham didn't, help me ft bit They ik. wayl I haro no time to sleep." The Yea, look Into tho face and read the appropriate tlOO.COO for Ihe QL. A. It encamp seem determined to let me 'gang my she said, an he joined her after service, pcoplo nrc flocking out to the foot of There was a fire on a neighboring In Washington, this story of scarlet fevers and croups and ment to be held Including Mr. reffer, year. Some island, and he got in tho range of the aln gait,' and if matters are n man- "for saving my mother to inc. My gift Olivet, nnd up nnd over the southern tnowflake conies straggling down. or the senators, of Kansas, shoulder of the mountain, nud tho proaged they will say It's just like a is far greater than Donald'n." "Frail, fickle wanderer, why contest midnight watchlngs when none but God thought that the people of AN'aablngton should fire light in the hope that it would aid "You can thank me," ho answered, cession coming out from tho city meets thou here? "I am no idle wanderer," and herself in that houso w cro awake, foot the bill. The matter went over without his vision, but ho saw nothing. Tho woman." "You cannot think that of our old after a pamc, "you only can thank ma tho procession escorting Christ, as he rtplled the snow-flak"High up In and then the burials and the loneliness action. Mr. Stewart made a personal explana survivors say they saw his form patrol-in- g Hon of upon friend, the Judge, and as for the doctor, If you will. Kdlth. I hnvo always comes tow anl the city. There In a turn the air I was born, the child of the rain nfterward, which was more exhausting evening aa attack respect himself In a New York the beach, and felt sure that rescue paper In to mortgages held by he has Uion too kind to mo to let mc loved you. Your unclo knew It, but I lu the road, w here Jerusalem suddenly aid the cold, and at the Divine behest I than tho preceding watching had been, him In California, payable In gold. He said this would come, but It did not. Finally the was true, but rose cut of the California contract chill of the water and the exertion necbelieve he would not do all In hit pow- dared not speak. Now I want, my bursts upon tho vision. Wo had ridden cone, and I nra no straggler, for Ood no ono now to put to bed. Knntergift Nothing clso than your-fel- that day all the way from Jericho, and tela me where to put my crystal heel. er to aid you In this." Ilovvialrshe onco was and as grace law, passed In IM3, to meet the eventualities of essary to keep their heads above the surwar and Kdlth May I have it?" had visited tho ruins of the house of Tnhelp cover the roots of the grain ful as the palm tree, but all the branch' fornia to preserve a gold standard In Cali- face overcame tho unfortunates, and is ill Jin illiuni i an unwim legal tender I They had reached her home, and as Mary nnd Afartha and Lazarus, and ar I grass, to cleanse the nir, to tnako cs oi ner strength and beauty were gages during the prepared by aera. The mort- ono by one they wcro compelled tore-leas- e has helped you, but somehow firm ot broken had been lllt.IVAeTa i A,l'f.:mWW the door wan opened tho light shone were somewhat weary of long ago torn oil and thrown Into the on the customary blabks. sptrtsmen more hnppy and the Ingle their hold. i wcumo BuiHffuiiiauc aim at ueiui 1 Epecch by Mr. Hurst After a him, and 1 like lum, full upon Kdlth's lovely face, Tho odor when there suddenly arose before our fir more brltrht I come. Thouch so pathway of her household, Alas! that whenever Tho instructor wan the first to go. now Hero of lilies wrapped her Mio paused, sislon Jerusalem, the religion cupital light I am that you tosn mo from your sons aud daughters, themselves so Wilson, of West Virginia, the McMlllln free Bach offered a prayer or a word of faretoo. Hut come, let us read towool the in a magazine. What will you lare'" turned and whispered shyly "Will you of all Christian ages. Thnt wns tho ran ner nnu crush mo under your loot, l straight and graceful and educated, day bill was put on Its passage Innays houseTho well to tho others aa he gavje up his ft). Ihe vote stood: Vena 181, w tliout come in?' Klluor Kndrlch, In N. X. point of observation where my text am doing my best to fulfill what I was should ever forget that they aro walk- cotton tic bill will be the next tariff measure to hold on life. .Sotne of them endured And the evening passed Observer. comes in Alexander rode Ilitccphalus. ma e for. Clothed in white, I come on ing over tho fallen strength of be considered. Bills Introduced: Granting a tho unequal contest for nearly four further dlscutsion. la ao oJd, Duko Kile rode his famous Alarchegay. a h nvcnly mission, nnd, when my work an industrious and honored parentage. pension to Mrs. Pauline M. Pooler.ot Caledonia, hours, and It wan quite four hours, or Hut not even tho rich pages culd alio said. O derendent mother of Lawson E. Pooler, late LENTEN THOUGHTS. Sir Henry Lawrence rode tho is Optic nnd Ood shall call, in the morn- - A little ashamed, are you, at their from the about It o'clock; when the boat with "Mr. r'arlry divert Kdlth's thoughts a private In Company D, Second O. V. L cavaltl Conrad. r I shall go back, drawn by the utterance? It was through ry to pay Ruah Carley, of Ilutler county .'O , tho two survivors still clinging to it, but Iars Sublime Slciilllranr vt the Life nl ClirUt Copenhagen, Wellington rodo his proud knew his own problem which watted solution. but the Conqueror of esrth flcrv courses of the sun." "What their sacrifices that you learned ac- late hospital steward, Sixteenth Ind. V,1., the exhausted, drifted ashore. Thjy wero The Strut. rr It lleirnli. and passed and Kastcr drew near, but who curacy of specclt. Do you lose patlenco difference between pay and allowance of a hos- Immediately eared for, and are rapidly the will la rcry definite. 1 inisglnoyou should receive the check which lav In The subitum significance of the life nud Heaven tides n colt, one that had doest thou. Insignificant grass-bladpital steward the volunteer xrvlce It was un- undrmy feet?" "I nm doing n work," with them becauso they aro a little August to, 1802, In January IS, ISV,and thefrom rccovcrinffTrora tho effects of their exwill hare little difficulty In carrying Judge Oldham's care, was unknoun of Christ In to bo found in its inter- been tied at the roadside. pay to out his wUhea." "an best I can. querulous and complaining? I guess and allowance of an assistant surgeon for the posure. 1th lllrao words tho Meanwhile. In the outskirts of the pretation of human llfo nud of tho broken, and I have no dottbt fractions says the grass-bladhelp to make up the soil beauty you havo forgotton how querulous and same period. Superintendent Uradley came to the doctor bowed and left tho ofllce, leav- town, among tho circle of patients purposo of Ood In It Without that at the vociferation of the populace. An .WasniMvevKAprasUSCxaTS. The fol " atstr1 ing Miss Wrnye standing by tho win- whom tho young ldiyalclnu trei ted for interpretation wo should still have extemporized saddle made out of the of l nuil lnwti. T nm a.itlKflt-- . If. complaining you were when yon morning, notified the nol "' "" rririV Trm riyt aaWJLjgvPV'fr'ato ai niliiigiTjifn'ni dow. A perplexed look restrd on her lore and practice," as he hmcheuiriy beautiful dreams but no certainty: wo high-breI. we can give pastures to the flocks that Intermittent lever. 'A little face, and a touch of Impa- remarked, lived tho boy who was to should still have great hopes, but no "'f.V',, u.t iieawiniswws.wirnriuTrjeil.-Th- a hllo fJotne people gripped the bridle and herds. I nm wnmlnrfnlU. mn.T.. noypil, are you, because her hearing is passed a bill appropriating 1100,000 for tho G. A. engaged a diver to searea obtain the Kastcr gift And nobody realization. In Christ the mystery In tience was fell In her tone. -revealed, the strange writing inter- of the colt, others reverently waited He nho feeds the ravens gives mesuste- - pour nnd you have to tell her something It. encampment to be held In Washington this of the lost. knew it Certainly not three yrar-ol- d "Keally," aha b.gan"I -J- udge bo hard of year. An ofamendment requiring tho cost toCois the only drowning accil Dot. who filled tho tvmr home with preted, llfo translated Into tt.n highest npon i nnsi nt tre mounting, ihe twot nnr o from the soil and breath from twice? Sho was not alvv-aThis will you bo kind enough to slate paid out the revenues cf tho District of Die cams again?" sunshine, not Dot's mother, who sup- nnd truest tonus. It was impossible processions of people now become on- e- the air, and Ho w ho clothes tho lilies of hearing. When you wero two years old lumbia, Instead of tbo treasury ot tho United that has happened to tho school aid by working lu a for Dim to explain to un tho meaning those who runio out of tho city nnd the field rewards mo with this coat of your first call for a drink at midnight States, was defeated. Ths vote by which tho 1842. "Certainly. I'ray bo aeatoib Your ported her family ancle, Miss Wrayo. tho Into jidge, was bakery; not MU Wrare In her home of suffering and death, because It wns thoso who came over the hill. Theori- - green 'Tor what, lonely cloud gocst woko her from a sound sleep as quick as bill was passed was Yeas 41, nays 10. The negwere CLEVELAND'S LETTER. Hate, Ilerry, rcry poalttvo on thla point. Ilu told mo on the hill; not Judge Oldham, Im- - not possible for un to understand what rntnls nro more demonstrative than wo tlion across the heavens?" Thmuirh tho any ouo will waken at tho trumpet call ative votes Coke, cast by Messrs.Jones (Ark.), lllackburn, Colquitt, Irby, of the resurrection. bnght air a voice drops from afar, ir He might base said about these things. ofthowestcrnworld.thclrvotccsloudcr, Mills, Pugh and Vest, all democrats excepting He Jlaa .Misgivings su to Hla Strength, and gesticulations more violent, and Ing "Up and down this sapphire floor I Oh, my young lady, what Is that un- Irby, Farmers' Alliance He did that which was better; He H Necessary, Is Willing; To Ile the symUdsbywhiehthey express their pace to teach men that, llko me, they der tho solo of your fine shoo? It Is a I HotJna Delate on the cotton bagging was reshowed us In His own llfo mow Hlgnliicnnt. The are passing nway. I gather up tho palm leaf which was torn off tho tree sumed la the house In committee of the hole todark and terrible things might bo emotions Mr. Chattasoooa, Tenn., April 12. The iviiii jeiv rjioccti in tnc a .iters from lake nnd sea, and then, of maternal fidelity. Young merchant, day. an Simpson, of Kansas, announced himmade ministers of the highest fruitful self absolute General debate neas and tho most lasting joy. Turn far east, wishing to make Impressive when the thunders roll, I refresh the young lawyer, young journalist, young having been concluded, the one section of tho following letter from Orover Cleveland ing aside from tho things that aro thnt they would never return, took earth, making tho dry ground to laugh mechanic, with good salary and fine bill was rtad for amendments. Mr. Turner, ot was received Monday by a prominent ball of iron nnd throw it Into with harvests of wheat and fields of clothes nnd refined surroundings, have Georgia, tn charge of the bill, moved to strike democrat in the city: pleasant and attractive. He resolutely n red-hwhich Imkkvvood, X. J April S, 1S02. I catch faced and mastered the most awful the sea, and said they would never re- corn tho frown of the you forgotton what a timo your father out tho clauseor land makes free "hoop or bind steel, flared, splayed or Iron or hoop facts In human experience. Holding turn to l'hocea until that ball rose and storm and tho hues of tho rain-Ihi- had that winter, nfter tho summer's punched." Agreed to. The committee then Jan. II. Ilebb, Chattanooga, Tenn.: My Dear Sin I desiro to thank you evening-tldAt them In Ills pierced hands, He turned Hunted on tho surface. Ho not surpris-td- . on tho crops had failed through drought or rose, and reported tho bill to the .bouse. tin at tho demonstration In w stern slopes I will pitch my floods or locusts, and how he wore hla Wasui.sgtox, April 9 Senator for the report of the meeting atChattas the Divine sido to un nnd showed un As tho colt Willi Its rider de- - tut and over me shall dnsli the s.i(Trnii old coat, too long, and made his old hat Carey has Introduced a most unique bill by re- tanooga w hlch yon so kindly sent me, the black human fact beautiful with the siends the slope of Olivet, the palm nn.l the purple nnd the fire of the sun- - do, that ho might keep you at school or quest; that In, sometody has asked him to In- and for tho friendly word yon spoke of Ho must be blind Divine purpose. troduce. It, college? What U that, ray ypung man, It Is entitledand he don so without fathering It. mc on that occasion. I am exceedingly V plll.tr of cloud like mc led tho indeed who does not rend in all tho irees lining tnc roan nre called upon to "a bill creating a commission to nnxlnus to have our party tjo exactly the boot that Inquire Into a report upon the material, agony of that Ufa and In Its terrible rendu their contribution to tho neene ih m n across tho desert, and surround- - under your fine loot nnd rejoicing. The ul bj such ns I the Jtidgoof Heaven so well fits jonr foot, such a boot as mental pregresa of the colored race In tho right thing at the Chicago conventho slctory of tho soul over all of welcome death Its foes; und, better than this, such a hrnm lies of these trees aro high up, a ul Kartlt will at last descend, for, your father could never afford to wear? tbo United States tf America slnco thn ye.tr tion, nnd I hopo that tho deleIsat. and making appropriation for the It must be a leaf from the palm trco of It provides, rirst, that the president same." gates will bo guided by judgment victory an turns all previous relin- rnd m mo ono must needs climb the lit hold, Ho cometh with clouds! " stnll Do not bo appoint seven comml.'oncm, cot more thin and actuated by true democratic spirit Oh, my friends If everything in tho your father's quishment nnd anguish Into new tires und toarofT tho leaves and throw and tho single desiro to succeed on them down, nnd others innke of these inanimate world lie, useful, let us saroo ruco or politnshamed of him when he cornea to town, four of whom shall be of the sources of strength. To endure Buffering was much, but to make sutTerlug ltntes un cmirnld pavement for tho men and women bo useful, and, and becnuse his manners aro a llttlo old- - ical party, Thl.s commUs'on Is to submit lis re- principle. I should not be frank If I port to the president by January t, IWM Tho did not say to you that I often fear 1 do the Insttument for the highest grow tit colt lo trend on. in that icspeit, lie like the palm tree. ftishloned, try to snuitrirlo him In and 1 I Long before thnt morning the pnlm Hut I inirat not be tempted by what smuggle hltn out, but call in your best romm'sslon would cost It the bill passedbill will not deserve all tho kind things such of character was greater. To survive It Is very questionable whether the death wan a miracle, but to maka trees had boon typical of triumph. David sajsofthat green shaft of Pal friends and tnko him to tho houso of pass, and whether if it dospass the result of friends as you say of me, and I have tho I1.8.WH)), which frequent misgivings as to the wisdom of death tributary to life, and to Issue out Heiislotusnnd.StralKihndthusdesi-rtlMv- l estine, Mint iivingnmi glorious pillar In Ood nnd introduce him to your pastor, Ha work would be north l.V"),om. run over again putting mo in nomination. I ns ...n In nlri.m und say: "Tills is my father." If he would probably business of Interest was of It, with immortality written upon It. Lnvitrd finds the palm leaf cut In Sim enslera Iran therefoie um anxious that sentiment, Hot'sB No every feature and shining from every the walls of Nltu volt, with tho same times the palm tree; I must not be had kept for himself tho advantages aided. ind too unmeasured personal devotion word, this was to show-- the omnlpo signill.anco. In tho Orcck ntheletlc tempted by what the Old Testament which he guvo you, ho would bo as well Washington, April tence of life In thu hands of Its Master. (Miius. the viitors t .riled pnlmn. I nm s.ijs of It to lessen mveniphnslsof what educated and ca w ell gotten up ns you. Illctkburn presented a petition of citizens of mould bo checked when the delegates scry glnd thnt our Lord, who five days John, the Kvuligollst. says of It In inv When in the Kngllsh parliament a mem- t.iwrcnceburg Ky , ar, ist the pasago of a vo tho convention reach the period of There is n little poem of (ieorge Senator law which puts with all tho poet's, nfter had thorns upon Ills brow, for a text. ber was making a great speech that was bunkrupt of e'ghty four Sherman presented the deliberation. In any event, thero vv 111 rsm-m- . -r- u petition citizens of Hancock a 'wtexTJi spiritual Insight the dcop thought little while, at least, had palms strewn ' Notice that it was unnnsweiablo, u lord derisively cried county, protesting against the passago of a bill be no disappointment for ine In the rebeautiful and which must come to nil religious minds under His feet. Oh, tho glorious palm! awful lobberyof tho palm tree that out: "I remember you when you blackto Utah, because thit sult. Yours very truly, rautlnr boms rule i fcaaaalaWaaalar" Am.intslgnn, the Hindoo in these Lenten days: Urovf.ii Cleveland. scholar, helped make the Christ's triumph on ened my father's IxhiUI" "Yes," replied rarar.a th enisblishmcnt of a government I by Mormons, a hoe principles nre the man, "and did I not do it well?" Mr. MA Ma IAT TAT." s.i'N It "the king among the grasses." he road to .leiutalem that Palm "Kor three ami thirty tears, all lax seed, those Never be ashamed of your early sur- ment Isoppo-e- d toHe also on which our governTO RAISE PRICES. presented resolutions founded. that when a poor boy ho hail been mersed In business and cr'.dnly not A lonely perm, dropt on our wnsto worM'i ugotntlon." calls it "thethoprlnco of day The long, broad, green leaves roundings. Yes, yes, nil the green tide, Among nil trees that lli.it wot e stiewn under tho feet of the of the chamber of commerce, of New York, In greatly aided and cheered by an unex- Donald, as lie cried hla papers on the Tby ile j and rising Thou dMt calmly tide; ever east n shadow or yielded leaves w o walk over vv ere torn off somo fiver of a Inrenu of American republics Sen- The Principal Object of it Suspension of fruit or mil nud In the uny of Christ were torn pected gift at Kanter time, and so streut, und ran whistllug home to Sore romparsed by many a clinging icl Oil Operations. liftid their aims toward heaven, It hns oil from the ttees. What n pity, somo palm tree. I havo cultivated tho habit ator Brice presentedOa, memorial of three hunSprung rota thu fallow soil of ivll nnd tifed; sacred did It boeomo to him that he sot amuse Dot by wonderful k. uiow n morudratlng against dred citlxi ns of Ada, P'TTsiiuiMHi, Fa., April 12. A numno equal for multitudinous uses I ono inlirht sav. that thoso statelvund of fot getting tho unpleasant things of Ihe paasjjre of a general bankruptcy law Hither und thither tossed, ty friends denied; Of sturdy aside a fund to bo given every year at of blnls and UmisIs. Tilled of goodncsadull and scorned of pride; you want flow etv.' One palm tree will graceful trees should bo despoiled. The life, and 1 chiefly remember tho smooth Kepresentatlve I'attlson Introduced ber of the leading oil producers in the IIufsK Kastcr to some needy jlillib In his Scotch character, Donald iold papers, Until at length waa done the awful (Utsl. putfoith a hanging garden of them, sap ooed out at the places where the things, and ns far as I remember now a bill for Ihe nlltf of telegraph operators dur- southwest arc taking action looking to vlll he directs his executors to do tho ran errands for tho bakery, and tried And Thou dldi t Ho outworn In alonv bower my life has for tho most part moved on ing tho war Mr McCreary'a bill for tho relief a general suspension of the drilling ono cluster counted by a scientist con blanches broke. day aalcep-o- h, Three alumbcr godlike, brief, same. To him Kastcr w as a seusou of hard to earn money enough to admit n Kemalo Institute, located at for a period of six months from Tho glory of the palm tree was ap- over n road soft with gieen leavca. of Iho Ml Ky l'nr Man of Sorrows and acquaint lth grief I tabling '.'OT.OOO blossoms. Do you want even deeper Joy and morn aacrrd ro him to the polytechnic scpool .where paying It 17,319 V0, for tho 1. Heaven's seed, Thou dledit, that out of Theo food? It is the chief diet of whole na- propriately sacrllled for tho Saviour's They were torn off two palm trees that rtlchmond, tulldlngby May Many of the during tho war, was favor, about memhrauco thnn Christmas nnd he his father had planned to place him. uacof 111 might Im cr tions. Ono palm In Chill will jleld triumphal procession. from tho committee on w ar largest operating indlv (duals, firms and So It always stoisl at tht start of the road. The ably reported . aln ays' celebrated It," Thus tho time flow nway, until the Aloft, with rooted stem smt shadowy leaf, companies with headquarters in Hlrley CoL Breckinridge's bill for relief ninety gallons of honey. In Polynesia was, so It always w 111 be in thin world prayers, the Christian example, tho good rlaln .is Of all Humunlly tho irlmson Rower " "I understand." said the vouncr la dr. very last week of the Lentun season Kentucky, by paying 18) ills the chief food of tho Inhabitants no wot thy triumph of nny sort with- advice, the hard work of my father and of Wm i Hurt of hs lands during tho war for havo already signed tho agreement,-Christian Union. A ''but bow Is tho child to bn found? opened, when Alias Wraye found her th ic atlon of which Is so drawn that it must bo In India there aro multitudes of people out the tearing dow n of something else mother. How they tollodl Their fingers numNi of private bills were Introduced. Poor deserving boys are not always protege; Dr. llnrro learned something signed by nil producing companies or It dependent upon it fot snslennnci A Vlh Tor Kaster Day. Hrooklj n Hildge, the glory of our conti wero knotted with hard work. Their of his and Donald and Dot fouud w hen wanted." is to bo null nud void. Tho iden meets Another Dinner fur Held. D. j on want ca-lto hold ships or nent, must have two nrchltoots pros- ifieiie.ms wero Knotted with many This wan tho day when the mother "Tho cholco Is left to your wisdom, were let Into what they thought to be Yokk. April 1.'. The Lotus club, with general favor among tho operaof Hod and that penitent slnuer, .Mag- Olds to hold wild noasts.' It Is vvound trated, tho one slain by his toils and cares. Their backs stooped from carryand lu thla Inrgo. towu you cau hardly fortune's fairyland. ing nurburdons. ,f win. h Whitehiw Held was president tors, vv ho bind themselves to build no And nil In such a simple, common-pluc- dalene, went to weep at tho tomb of Into ropes tinbre..K.iblo. Do yo want the other for a llfo time invalided Tho fall to find aomo ouo who would merit 'J hey long ago went Into slumber fur (nuitcen oars, will entertain him at rigs nor start any wells to drilling beIt is twht-c- d greatest pictures of tho woild had, in way A certain variety of brown their beloved aud found that Indeed nrthli'sof houso tho gift" into mats mid wo.'eu Into baskets their richest coloring, the blood of the uniting their kindred nnd friends on the diiuur on Saturday evening, the 80th fore tho 15th of October except under "And mcantlmo It In growing dark, bread was ordered for Mrs. Wraye, death wan no more The Idea Is to Ue had risen above all tho sorrows n.nl shapeil Into dnnhing cups and artist who made them. The mightiest banks of tho Hnrltah, but the Influences hist It is expected that the occasion specified circumstances. aijd 1'iniwt not dotnln you further. If und Donald took It up from the bakery. Do you want oratorios that ever rolled through the they throw In tho way of their children vv ill Is- ono of tho most Interesting in curtail production uud, in thu natural Dot accompanied hltn, and as the chil- uud all tho degradation; and so can swung Into hammocks. you hear of au interesting protege let course of thing, to raise prices. of tho club. medicine? Its nut Is the chief prevent churches had, In their pathos, the sighs nro yet green ns leaves tho moment the.v the mo know. I confess to being puzzled dren waited In the kitchen In walked you. You can cause all tho meanness, The Prouil.ed I ami. Miss Wrayo pet cat, Timothy Titus, 11 tho wlclicd wonts, nnd all the un- ive of disease ami thochief cure for vast and groans of their composers, who nro pi tit h tit from a palm tree, and we (ten. CIihs. V. 1 lehl Dead. and helpless lu tho matter. Kastcr is populations. Do you want houses0 Its wore their lives out in writing the feel them on our brow and under oui (lUTllltlK, O. T April 12. As the tlmo .fiIl.V0T0N, April 11. Cen. Charles clono at hund." And Miss Wraye large, dignified and tailless. Ho gazed kind acts to die, and In their places wood foot, nnd they will strew all tho wu.t o W. laid died nt his residence In this for tho opening of thcChuycnnunnd stepped lightly out and into the wait solemnly upon Dot, then stalked away. you can make shine forth golden vir nud furnishes tho wall for tho homes, harmony, American Independence was until Its leaves thatch them. Do jou triumphant, but it moved on over the mi Ho down In the same slumbei city Sunday night of Hright's disease, country approaches tho crowd of With a cry of delight sho ran after him tues; you can hasten thu night nnd ing carriage. need a supply for What a thrilling It yields day of good. I enter intrcuscs. bring forth settlers preparing tens "It wan just llko Uncle John," she Into the library v. hero Airs. Wrae and that each onetho you would think wislt sugar ami starch the pantry? sugo and lifeless forms ntofHunker of thousands of Olnd am I that our world has so word ills ilt .ith came very unexpectedly, This place is alKiut tothirty miles from und oil and many lien hold served in the southern army, of men who fell out Hill nnd York-tow.aid to herself, as tho swift horses bore Kdlth Bat did you come "Where from, baby this -- would think out whntit means to milk aud snlt nnd wax und vinegar and and the battle between, which specimens of it. Tho sailor boy on ship- uud after tho war entered tho army of tho line of the now country, but on her homewnrd, "lo sppolnt mo one of dear?" sang Kdlth, board was derided because ho would bury that which Is ill, that which 'a candles. wero the hcmorihngos of the nation. thcKliidlvoof 1'gypt. Ho returned to account of Its being easy of access nnd tho executors, because I need to know Oh, the pnli.i! The kingdom of Ood advances in all not light or gnmblc, nnd they called Washington, and w us doorkeeper of the affording superior accommodations to to nppolnt Dr, fulTho tiny maiden smiled In her glee- corrupt, and cause to riso that w.tlclt dowments, smb. It hus a vnrlety of inbusiness detail, then lit tho otirth. but It'must be over tho lives him u coward. Hut, when a child fell way, and answered: "Ale wants dat is beautiful and pure. You can do It, as no other (.row tho iimull border tow ns, It Is mado au congresses. fort.v I'fth and forty-sixtllnrro another, bec.msa of his 'exceedoutnttlng point for a larger number of becauso you pray for It, because the that over roolod tho earth or klsml thn of missionaries who die of malaria in thu overboard and no one vlo was ready to ing confidence In his wisdom, faith and tat" laughed, nnd Kdlth, Mono Korstar-I.Ilual.m. help, tho derided sailor leaned into the Hoth heavens. To the villow Hot s.is: jungles, or Christian workers who catching up determined women through all tho histhe intending settlers. Lingo nuiiilH-rAnd now wo must go the ustonUhod integrity.' iil.(no.s, Ainl 11. liov. Hojt, of negroes tire among thu Intending set" sea, and, though the by the vv iter wore searching for poor boys to whom wo child and usked Timothy, knolt by tho tory of the world have succeeded, and '.stand tedar ho s;i curses and weep o preach and pray nnd toil und die in the the sailor swimming wuves ono rough chairman of the relief commit-t- , tlers. 1. McCubc, cob .,. , c.vauditiirol To tho her namo. with "Uathor t.io so will you And now, this morning, service. The Saviour triumphs In all urin car' j received can hand over a hundred or more doll 70(1 from tltUms oi "Dot Tarmnlcky," alio laughed, putKansas, is into your I om." To "he fig directions, but beauty and strength ried the chlhl on the other arm, till res engaged In procuring What can thoy know nbuut ting her liny palm upon Timothy as you stand before tho lars. and put It l must bo torn down from the paint trees cueti ami rescuer wero lifted into safety i in iiu.it! for thu Kusslau fuiuine stif- the emigration of his people to this teraltar, as you Inhale tho perfume of tho tree Ik sn s. "lien Kastcr. nnd what would thoy do with Titus's soft fur, who r ritory nwvanl ceased and all fen submitted grave- Annunciation lilies, as you join in the within the i each of 11 thu i oplu. Hut of Christian heroism and consecration nl" ,h0 crJ' such a sum? I fear It will lie utterly ly to tho caress. I Ight. rlio Hullluiii-C.irlx-hymn that tells tho great h nth, think to the palm trco ho says: "He garden nn thiown In Ills pathway. To what "tuzaed at tho scene of daring nnd self llUlao ami .viiildoon. .thrown away." "Please, I'm afraid Dot Is a trouble of what you aro going to bury nnd un sii.reiiuiisci nnu wummoe un Yoiik, April It. Thu demand of . nit-- uettt-- i use toiihl those palm trees on the sacrifice. Washing to.v, April 12. A story printEven tho frosty air, tho rapid motion Coma baby, wo must iro home." So . ml ban- the (Hympto club, of Xew Orleans, that ed by the .New York tiun, to tho effect nro going arise walk nnd and the greeting of friends failed to spoko Donald, cap In hnnd, at the door. what youItcmember, as to hnvo dunces quit and chandler nnd breai. nhen, lo ' southern shoulder of Mt, Olivet ande That is an unhappy division miinufactoiy, and, the sun from It clear down Into the valley of lietlise-tjp- has been made betwixt faithwhich John b. Sulllvnn and James 1.. Corbott that Secretary Hluluc had entered Into bring back her usuaf sweotuxprcsNlou. Hut Mrs. Wiayu called him lu. and should deposit (2,500 each us guurunttvs of what 1 meant when 1 inspired mnw jnll tlicfs- - branches than tosur-Daviun Kastcr morning -- for it surely do-- s au arrangement with William Munition, Not till she cutered tho library where "Is Dot your sister, my lad?" my servant, to say. "Tho right- - tender them fur the making of Christ s works. In my Intellect I may separate that they will fight in the ring of the nil tho world over wo nro nil going to them, just ns in a candlo I muy know club hi September 7, muy form nn im- thu wrestler, by which ho is to receive her Invalid mother lay, was a undo "Yen ma'am. I'm Douald Cariulchuol alio the same good wish as wo sing lous shall nourish like n palm tree." Journey towaid Jerusalem tho more brought to MIs Wraye's llpa. I fetched tho bread and brought Dot in both light and consummation of the Instructions in physk ul culture, and with that choir of uugels that does ever Oh, LordUod, glvousmoro palm trees memorable und tho more triumphant? tlieie is tho candle and heat; but yet pediment to the "Well, little mother, has It been u along." they are both match, for Charley Johnson, bulllvnu's giving in somo detail up interview pur' great white throuo. ;ln -- men and women mudo for nothing And to what beltei use could wo put put outono surround tho' bucUr, says he will not put up a cent porting o have been hold with M' Whllo Airs. Wruyo kopt Donald talk-lulong afternoon?" sho asked, with a but to bo useful, dispositions, all our lives than Inlo the suerillce of gonei So It remains not without the to that end. Kdlth and Dot and Timothy Titus ono song wo till know, Is botwlxt faith and works. kiss. lllalne by Mr, Muldoon, was einr" , other ' abloom: brunches of , inlluemo ludeii Christ nnd Hla tausu and the hannlness " Christ, tho lonl, Is risen to day, Hoy Killed liy the Curs. Itully denied by Mr. HIalne t- nnv. in u tlirilt concotitlnn "It is always long when you are were iiavlng a grand froliu on tho rug. .. f.i. . fl,l. .,. ...r - , . gooa lor cwi vming, 0f. our Sons of men and i nels my; ? huh intii; pcopiu Shull 1'ii.iiUONT. W. Va.. Anril 11. lllalne. when u reporter uakctl hli"18 W" u it l l,MI..-- .. v, - ,i.i... iinciiiiso i away," wu the answer, as the Invalid and presently crisp sugar jumbles and i Italso your Jo and triumphs high, 1.....I..I.. "i is the palm tree. If hum mJ uro ..mi aai1n sou of John J. Crosby, Mr Hlalnu Is not acquo1 smiled back Into the winsome fucu glasses of milk wrro brought In, so S'pg, je llevnus, u'ld iarlh reply ,l1u,uuy,"',,"",''l.,.B"' uc nineiiiniiiaiulad, (hat Is oniinSelden. wanted, they aro ready to utb them, Miiicm n wl. nt "- was ustaiitly killed lu Um U. & O. Muldonn, lias never q thcr . above hen "Did you sen the judge, that tho chlldivn iiiw niMnii tj vinnviiim Aimujjn .. ..v.j..... v.vw .w iivvun, i.v, ... torn now ii lor us. tmi weiiotiiifoniio. ttswVS -IJ(uuf Journal, Pr. Harre sayf cvciv liunuin uqtura aa oagcl yu ' hllo truwlliij uptWuCitr. Hli and linn r.o vV is readj iifcrftnm.tlKW, Jf uluiikof hms. ,low p for Him? Jf ChrUt could qpd a devil mo at war, I torn j jiet. . lis pmslird. n;iu.C d)' liotUT lot mo do everything. A ho la one "Weill" she replied. of the executors I think ho mlffht do "Ask Dr. Harrc jbotit tlicin. Dontlio execution Ho luiowa I dlallk ald told mo ho wan trying' to keep itr bulni'M details of tills aorU Hut lot his atudles In tchool and help hit mo Hiitf for tea, then no can talk more mother, loo. I bcliovo ho Is the one '"ten, Jiulffo Oldham and lira In agreatcr quandary limn nvcr. And Dr. Harro In evidently determined to tY.. PEIDAY, b v"iB " KXKOUTBD IITIIEATIESSaJmSfiTd 8ALK BILLS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS. ETC., ETQ r &' iU . ENVELOPES, LETTER HEAD -- , APIMT. a Ifi , 1R09. . we After they had gono IMIth gazed "Well?" queried her mother. vrkt ' ivrTa 'vj.sATii, m v. JNU. 20. OAJX AKD SSE US. ittt t '";, ' 7 .' j, ? ,. cntn'rl-" nro rca,,Jr not MaWrilTIaM'V.CT l a: ajc - J livn,ciiniTo 've fi-- ..,. T-- W( otlH4n.. iti.""" &J. .""'I. u".? S'sf wot-tontwrc- T&22LZ' 0er aTiT 5T .'"i "I!: "n. ...!. tiZ.ZZ";.Y2 .. ui.. ni.i hymnS v. ' Tgiy? 'yr wvr7 Ww Wrll" " m -- n-- jgry a. - 'fji at, tr ai if l, Jl Ice-col- d tS om-iiin- e - , th-i- e A K y. f. Tjk, Illini sight-seein- K-- o mm. d wk4TSrT to-d- high-met-t- it ing(s-npo- reaaon. i e, "" nVTit."'.!.., fh-lt- d aIMl'a s Old-ha- vv tat 11 Sil2? 1 say-the- d. how-thes- e free-trad- w o Sen-ate- tft. j to-dn- d al I,KW,-3X- 's rrjfnnr - t: t - 111 plo-tur- i v-j- es o - Am-pho- n h c Itu'-sln- hur-rhiin- uhlto-uloUi'- lu-r- lt ..-u- ' tt ft) ftmd satis-faf'Ip- l, I" .i.. "iii fclluvv-iii-nturva- .:. I Wonotnc "". .,K d n cnf"' 2J2H tl Jf If' -THE- -HICKMAN COURIER. aXr GEORGE WAR11EN Kentucky. .es-Jaeka- ' en Strut, neit door la Oltj Halt THE HICKM KSTABIJSriEI) M m' ' - t vr -3Kft r v A ; m m j.irj 1 ilLV. -- yr I I "f .v . vj 1 y x .. i if ml m r.. - bx- wv . mi I t--r i m. -"-- s. V u rii i v "TKT. li.fli P81-- ?- MT" ' . X ; I i ?jm a PINE JOB PBINTING vrri KXKOTJTBD MSPink ieatkess BALK BILLS, h. m . in GEORGE WARREN, Editor. f. fcriceof Subscription, $150 mi 1859. tho npcu Urn "Well?" queried her mother. "Weill" she replied. "Ask I)r Hatrn jbont them. !)on aid told mo ho was trying to keep ur hia studies In mhool mid help his mother, too. I bcllevo ho Is the ona yoti want" Miss Wrayo lost no tlmo. That very day after tho doctor's call alio Inld the case before him, and so cngur nnd fparkllng was alio In her recital of Donald's bravery and Dot's charms that tho young man's rcservo melted and ho showed himself as Interested and Hympathclle ns she could desire. Judgu Oldham was consulted and Donald was found to lve just tho one to do servo the Wqticst whllo Dot was dally sent for to ammo Mrs. W'rnye with her quaint chatter ami bonny face. "I am so glnd," a1d Kdlth to hot mother when the matter was settled. "Donald will hnvo his Kaatcr cift, we niid jou'ure w.ip..i,..ii-ii.i 1 really feel so much better, too. young ogpln. Then," she added, after a pause, "Dr. llarro has been very nice .tbotlt looking up Dona'd's Interests, and ho docs so much good work thero among Uiomj noor neonle. lika him now." Unster morning davned lu wonderful beauty, as if the sun of rlghtcouv newi wero shining upon tho world. In tho children's homo was unexpected happiness, and In tho great houso on tho hill the air was fragrant with flow era. "These lilies aro Dr. Harm's Hastor gift to you, little mother," said Kdlth, as she kUkcd her mother good morning. "And I have an Hosier gift for you, daughter," wus the reply. "The doc 1 OLDMV I1WIP ENVELOPE, WBSTBRW KENTUCKY. LETTER HSAOO, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS'. ETC, ETQ HICKMAN. F0LTON tie Givo comfortably." In her own homo among her eapcclal friend. IMIth Wroje wa bright and noclablo to n degroo not realized by her unclo'a great wealth, and who found her a trlllo dUtant and ro. serveiL Nono cahed her jiroud. h'lio wn too for llint, but mcru ncquulntancca had no conception of tlio nunny nature which tilled her mothur's llfo with gldne. Only one, perlmp, nod he dul not reveal lilt thought. The recent death of Judge. Tarlny, Mr Wraye'a brother, nnd tlio citilot winter whlcU followed, left Kdlth free to deroto her time to her mother until the approach ol broiiglit new perplbkjliea. " That orenlrig the afternaon'a itory woet-tcuip.-r- Oldhnra and am timtl OTor. And Ur. Ilnrre In oTlJently determined to let mo do crerytliln(f. Aa ho la one of the cxocnlors I ttilnk ho mlffht do tlio execution He knows I dislike ImtltiOM detail, of tliln aort Hut lot mo rim: for ton, then wo can tulle inoro "e, Inv Judge After they had gono Hdlth gnzod PALM TJo OOUMftlT. mmxY. APIm, ,B . SUNDAY. K Ttl7.i .. ou7 u,ei,n ny f "tile " 1802. VOljCXVll. FIIfy-SKcox- n Mon nnd Women for Everything. Bometlilns; Must RunVr For Krarjr Tof 4 Trlauipli Jrnu Christ. CntrsneeJ; of Jrrusnleui Form. Test for Boiaers Ur. Talmaee' Sermon. Dr. Talmngo's text Palm Sunday John xil, ISt "They took branches, i' 7 acdforasssUtncoby worfor &V' '"."'T1 No! no1 OSt of Ithu ... ll.nl , ,;; i.::. 1w.il. ",. others do not lv,.,;; "" ' :,..... V'"V in..,! 5 mi,, thePn,; Z' I. fi1,.4 to -be NO. 25. . t.-- tt . . OAZX AMD SEE US, NINE DROWNED. iCy nr BnM!rPr , ", ""v',0 "" "ufTcr so much for us, rim wc not for Christ? It He can nfford o. 1,n,m S"'totntvcltoJemsaleaito . muiwi ea of no Knew nor only n tlio lielr -'-- f" adnrtdnu arWltfa Mlt pure nl whtla. wb w' .GLORIOUS Kaster mornlngl Oday of wce and On llrhtl prrcoua name Mt tec Hut )iaw ao fmri t -Tie sweetest anthem staging: 'TTW risen Christ la here." A itadaotwe brlutlnc - , in m 1 ''Why did uncle choosu fo hare me hai take charge of thla matter mother? I A MBlll lmh revealing, don't In the lerat Itnow' how to net "W with pain unknown. about It Am 1 to go er imping the llecvrec. with life eternal, courts and back alleys In earch of tlio With bnpr, and Joy, and peaci O bipiilseaa iuprxu.il, ileatlned youth? Or adT tltr? That W'tcB Van! and woo U!1 eeaael would undoubtedly brln ' plenty of llefjarr-illallanswers. And what can a culld do ter .there, with ao largo a sum? li would not Alike tor )ou and me, lie rounia us at lilt brother", haro to him any algnlfloanec as an All one. do bond nur free. ,1 Haater gift auch a uuelo ML" The Inhda of aln are broken: "No, daughter, you can hardly exTlw wor, and the oppressed. 'J pect that lut ought not thvi chilHear tlio sweet Una pel iiLrnt dren to know tlio meaning of Knttcr? Ono unto Me and rwU" Kurcly It la aa Important nsChrtinan, Ortnrloua EaaUr nuitnlnfl and If, through this wish of your uncle, OdijrJ p(ce aojlljbtl you can lead some one of tbeto poor 1 dm pTTiloti rame aiWnlni children to a better as welt as a hap tor says I shall bo quite strong again With Ultra pure and white. pier life, I know you will not tabid by June, and I am really much lietier. " A rtadtoiae mfaaace brlnclrf. "Oh, my precious little mother, tlmt any care or anxiety." Ol lore thl knowa fio frari "?o, mother dear, of course ant I Is the best gift of alL How can I bo Tim .wretfut anthrm lnglr. "Il.e rtarn fhrltt U nar ' don't really mean to be cros Jutnoiv glnd enough!" Strati IC I lot Ion, In N V Otrrtr. Tho Haster music fell upon gratoful I am thinking of tho dlangrreal enris of tlio affair. Dr. llarra has to give his hearts that night, but nono were more judgment, and ha doesn't, and Judge grateful than Kdlth W'rnye. "I cannot thauli you, Dr. llarre," Oldham didn't help me a bit 'Ihcy acctn determined to let me 'gang my she said, as he joined her after service, "for saving inv mother to inc. Mv cift aln gait,' and if matters are m they will aay It's jutt like a Is fnr greater than Donald's." "You can thank me," ho answered, woman." "You cannot think that of our old after a pause, "you only enn thank me friend, the judge, and as for tho doctor, If you will. Kdith I havo always ho has beuu too kind to mo to let me loved you. Your undo knew It but I beliero ho would not do all In hit pow- dared not speak. Now 1 want, my Kaster gift Nothing else than your-eler to aid you In this." Kdlth May I huvo It?" "That Is It; he knows I am grateful They had reached her home, and as tir all he has helped you, but somehow 1 become antagnulstlo and aiiteful tho door was opened tho light shone nhenorer 1 aeo him, and 1 like him, full upon Kdlth's lovely fnce, Tho odor too. Hut come, let us read now Hero of lilies wrapped her. Sho paused, Is a magazine. What will you late1" turned and whispered shyly: "Will you And the evening passed w Uiout come In?" I'.lliior Kndrleh, In N. Y. Observer. further dlscuislon, Ml Hut not even tho rich pages cmid KJAULJA .he" salJ. LENTEN THOUGHTS. thoughts from the !r. Kurlrr divert Kdlth's knew Iil own problem which waited solution, Iavs Sabllin Mcnlllranra of tho Mfn l Clirltt 4Vf IWVV-Thr My.l.rr It Itrirslt. rttaaotia, anil passed and Hasterdrcw near, but Mho Die will la rcrjr ilcQnlta. I Imnirlnoyou should receive the check which lav In The sttblimo significance of the llfo will We llulr tlltllcuHy In carryltur Judge Oldham's csre was unknown of Cliriat Is to bo found In Its InterMeanwhile, In the outskirts of the pretation of human llfo nnd of the out lila wlalira." Willi Ulcus word Uio doctor bitvnl nml left tlio ofllcc, leav town, among tho elrclo of patients purpose of tlod In It Without that whom the young physician treated for tiitorprntatlon we should still have liiff Mta Wrnjo atauJIns lijr the wln low. A eriiloxrd looU rrateU on lior love and practice," as "he kueruKy beautiful dreams, but no certainty; wo garmenta.oflUo.i)CijplB.8aEi!ti,iJj 1 lHmKjV&MwKiiiik' JlaUKHK! ,we enn give pastures to the Hocks that intermittent fever. Ivor who was to lileh-brcO.i Hob fao. ami n toush of Impa remarked, lived thogift Atid nobody should still have great hones, but no While nomo people gripped the bridle and lierd. I nm wonderfully made. noved, nro you, because her hearing Is passed a MI appropriating 1100,000 for the O. A. obtain tho Katter realization. lu Christ the mystery is tlenco wan frit In her tone. raged a direr colt, others reverently waited He who feeds the ravens gives mesusto-- 1 poor nnd you hav e to tell tier something It encampment to be held In Washington this of the lost. Certainly not revealed, tho strange writing inter- of the Old. knew it "ltcally," alio upon Christ nt the mounting. The two two from the soil and breath from (twice? She was not alwas hard of year. An amendment requiring tho cost to be tiara, III oil be hind enough to atnlo Dot. who filled tho ixr home with preted, life translated Into its highest This is the only drowning' aecH paid out of the revenues of tho Cothe air, and He w ho clothes the lilies of hearing. W hen you were two years old lumbia, Inftead of tho treasury District of Hie cno npuln?" sunshine; not Dot's mother, who sup- and truest terms. It was Impossible prtKcssinns of people now become one of the United that has happened to tho school mo with this coat of your first call for a drink at midnight Sttes, was defeated Thi vote by which tho 1M2. Certainly. I'rny tx aoatoil Your ported her family by working In a for Htm to explain to us the meaning those who cumo out of the city nnd the field ancle, Mia Wrayo, tlio lato Judge, m bakery; not Ml.xs Wrayo In her home of suffering and death, because It was those who camu over the hill. Tho ori- green. 'Tor what lonely cloud goest woko her from n. sound sleep as quick ns bill was passed was Yeas 41. navs 10. The nee-were Hate, Ilerry, CLEVELAND'S LETTER. rcry ihuHIto on tht txilnt. IIo told mo on the hill; not Jnge uniliam, iru not possible for us to understand what entals nro more demonstrative thnn we tunu ncross the heavens?" Through tho any otie will waken at tho trumpet call ntivo votes Coke, cast by MessrsJone. (Ark.), Ulackburn, Colquitt, Irby, Ho might have said about these things. of tlio w cstern w orld, their voices louder, might air a voico drops from nfar, say of the resurrection. Mills, Pugh and Vest, all democrats excepting He Has JllsgWInc mt to Ills Strrnclh, and Oh, my young lady, what Is that un- Irby, Formers' Alliance. Ho did that which was better; He their gesticulations more violent, and lag "Up and down this sapphire floor I If rcesaary, Is Willing To He showed us in His own life how these the sj minds by w hich they express their pace to teach men that, like me, they der tho solo of your fine shoe? It is a Ilocsz Debate on the cotton banting was re(motions moro significant The are passing away. I gather up tho palm f which was torn off the treo sumed In the bouse in committee of the hole todark and terrible things might bo Chattanoooa, Tenn., April 12. The left Plioccn In the waters from lake and sea, and then, of maternal fidelity. Young merchant, day. Mr. Simpson, of Kansas, announced himmade ministers of Hie highest fruitful-nes- s pcojilo who self an absolute General debate and tho most lasting joy. Turn- far east, wishing to make Impressive when the thunders roll, I refresh tho young lawyer, young journalist, young having beta concludes, the one section ot tho following letter from Orover Cleveland ing naido from tint things that nro thnt they Mould never return, took enrth, making tho dry ground to laugh mechanic, with good salary and fine bill was riAd for amendments. Mr. Turner, of wns received Monday by a prominent ball of Iron nnd threw It Into with harvests of whent und fields of clothes nnd refined surroundings, have Georgia, In charge of the bill, moved to strike democrat in tho city: pleasant and nttractlve. He resolutely n red-hwhich r.AKKvvoon, N. ,T April 8, isiw. I catch the faced and mastered tho most awful the feu, and said they would never re--! com frown of the you forgotten what a time your father out the clauseor band makes free "hoop or band steel, flared, splayed or Jas. II. Bebb, Chattanooga, Tenn.: Iron or hoop Holding turn to l'hoecn until thnt ball rose nnd tonn und the hues of the rnin- - had thut winter, after the summer's punched. facts In human experience. to. The committee then Airrced My Dear Sir: I desito to thank you evening-tid- e them lu His pierced hands, Ho turned Honied on tho surface. He not surpris- bow on At the crops had failed through droughts or rose, and reported tho bill to the house. Wasrisgton, April 9 Senate. Senator for the report of the meeting ntChatta the Divine side to us and showed us ed, thcicforo. nt the demonstration in w stern slopes I will pitch my floods or locusts, nnd how he wore his the black human fact beautiful with thotiNt. As the colt with its rider de- tent nnd over mo shall dnsh the saffron old coat, too long, nnd made his old hat Carey hns introduced a most unique bill by re tanoogu which you so kindly sent me, Divine purpose. IIo must be blind scends tin' slope of Olivet, tlio palm n'l the purple and the fire of the sun-s- i do, that hu might keep you nt school or quest; that Is, sometody has asked him to In- and for tho friendly word you spoke of dor) so without fathering troduce 11, and A pillar of cloud like me led tlio college? What is thnt, my young man, It Is cntlUed "ahe creating a commission It. me on that occasion. I am exceedingly indeed who docs not read In all tha trees lining the road nro called upon to bill to agony of that lifo and in its terrible reruh r their contribution to tlio ccene ch the boot that Inquire Into a report upon the rn.vtert.il, Indus- anxious to hnvo our party iocxait)y across the desert, and surround-m- I under your fine lioot rojolclmr. Tho death tho Ictory of tlio soul over all of welionu' nnd bj such ns I the Judge of Heaven so well fits jour foot, such a boot as trial and mental progm s of the colored race In the right thing nt the Chicago convenStates of America since the J ear tion, and I hope that tho deleIts foes; nnd, better than this, such a brain lies of these trees arc high up, a ul Kurth will at last descend, for, your father could never afford to wear? lfC and making for the Jaaw: i,'ra.WyJ i, 'lrsfc ,iU tir lk. victory as turns nil previous relin nnd m me one must needs climb the llehold, lie cometh with clouds! " nii'fffn It must be n leaf from the palm treo of It provides, tlrst,appropriation pres'dent same." gates will be guided by judgment shall that the Do not be ippoint seven comnilMioncrx, cot moro thin and actuated by true democratic spirit quishment and anguish Into new trees nnd tear off the leaves nnd throw Oh. my friends if everything in tho your father's sources of strength. To endure suffer- them down, nnd others make of these Inanimate world lie useful, lotus im- nsbamed of him when ho comes to town. four of whom shall be or the satro race or polit- and the single desire to succeed oa to submit Its re principle. 1 should not be frank If I ing was much, but to makn su(Tcrln lcaws un cmirald pnxcincnt for tho mortal men nnd women bo useful, and, and because his manners nro a llttlo old- - ical party, This tort to the president by January 1MI. Ths the Instalment for tho highest grow tli colt to trend on. in that ipspect, lie like the palm tree. fushloncd, try to smuggio him In and comm'aslon wouldcostlt the bill pasmsl I1.S59,-K- did not say to you that I often fear 1 do Long before that morning the palm Hut I must not be tempted by what smuggle him out, but call In your best of character was greater. Tosurvlvo It Is vrry questionable, whether the bill will not tleservu iifl the kind things such death was a miracle, but to maka trees had Ivcn typical of triumph. P.ivld says of that green shaft of Pal menus una tnuo liim to tlio house of pas, um' whether If It does pass the result of friends as you say of me, and 1 have , which frequent misgivings as to the w isdom of death tributary to life, and to issue out llcrcdiitUMindStrutKihndthu .described estine, thnt living und glorious pillar In Ood and introduce him to your pastor, It. work ould be worth the would probably run ov er rJ,COJ,00. It. l.nyatil Minis the palm lenf cut 111 the of It with Immortality written upon fasten gardens, us wen In olden nnd sny: "This is my father." If he Hocsb No business ot Interim was Iran again putting me in nomination. I therefore am anxious thut sentiment every feature and shining fromcery the walls of .Mm eh, with the name tunes the palm tree; I must not lie liad kept for himself tho advantages sadist. signilluince. Its tlio Creek ntheletlc tempted by what the Old Testament which he gave you, ho would bo as well word, this was to show the omnipoW.nhisgto.v, April II -- S EN tTB -- Senator mil too unmeasured personal devotion tence of lifo in tlio hands of its Must r. games, the victors larrlcd palms. I nm s.ijsef it to lessen my emphasis of what educated nnd ns well gotten up nsyou. lllcckburn presented a petition of citizens of mould be checked hen the delogetes scry glad thut our I.ortl, who (ho days John, the Kvutigclist, says of It in my When in the Kngilsh parliament n mem- r.iifuccburg Ky n'j.'ist tbe passage of a 10 the convention reach the period of Thero is n little poem of (Jeurge Uw Senator Sherman presented the deliberation. In nny event, thero will which puts with nil tho poet's nfter had thorns upon His brow, for n text. ber wns making a great speech that was bankrupt ol My of Hancock petition cf 'I.1 :! spiritual insight tho deep thought little while, nt least, hud palms strewn ' Notice that it wns n beautiful ond unanswerable, u lord derisively cried county, protesting four citlxens rfC rXTJwVLj UUHTilll jf tho passage of n bill be no disappointment for me in tho reisJiMckv. which must come to all religious minds undir Ilis feet Oh '.ho glorious pnlm! lawful robbery of the palm tree that out: "I remember you when you black- trautlng Lome rule to Utah, because thit sult Yours very truly, Amumsigmi, In these Kenton days: tho Hindoo Onovijii Cleveland. scholar, helped make the Christ's triumph on ened my father's Ixiotst" "Yes," rcpllisl menr th eslabllsnment 01 n government con. t ore MK WANTS HAT TAT. calls It "the l.lng among the grasses." hcrnnd to .leiiisnlem that Palm Sun-da- tlio man, "and did I not do it well?" tro'led by M rmont whose principles gov d. " Kor three jtara, a living ated, em. rcctly onrorut tu those on which our Mnmi'iis culls it "the prince of A lonely perm, dropt on our wusto world'i TO RAISE PRICES. The long, broad, green leaves Never le ashamed of your early sur- ment founded. boy ho hiul been mrrsed In business and certainly not , that when a poor ' Among all the trees that thnt were strewn under tho feet of the roundings. Yes, yes, nil the green of thoIs chamber ofHe also presented resolutions atdp, loinmerce, of New York, in greatly alilod and cheered by an unex- Donsld, as he cried his paters on the Thy death and rising Thou dldat calmly tide; vigetiition. shadow ever east a or yielded fruit or It and lu the wny of Christ wero torn leaves w e w alk over were torn off somo favcrof abtireauof American republics Sen. Tbe Principal Object of a Suspension of pected gift at Kaster time, and so street and ran whistling home tu Sore compassed by many a clinging w rd OU Operations. lifted their nnus toward heaven, it has utf from the trees." What a pity, some palm tree. 1 have eultlvnted tho habit utor Urice presented a memorial of three nun. Sprung from tho fallow soil of nil and need; sacred did It becoino to him that ho sot aiuusa Dot by wonderful bi ulotv Ada, O.,rtmongtratlrg against PiTTsiiuittiii, Pa,, April IS. A numtin equal fur multitudinous uses. l) one might sny, that those stntclvnnd of forgetting the unpleasant things of drcdcltlxecsof a general bankruptcy law. Hither and thither tinned, by frlemli denied; Of sturdy aside a fuud to be given every year at the tmssj.-- uf of blnls mid . I chiefly of iroodncss treo will graceful Hocse Kcpreentatlie Paulson Introduced ber of the leading oil producers In J Kaster tu some needy jhlld. In tits Hcotch churnctcr, Donald M'ld papers, Pitiednt length w asdull and srorned of , pride; you want flowers? One palm of them, sap coredtrees should be despoiled. The life, nndnnd ns farremember the smooth a bill for the relief or telrgrapn operators dur southwest arc taking action looking the Until duno the awful to ns I remember now putfoith a hanging garden out nt the nlnees where the things, directs his uxecutors to do tho ran crruuds for tlie bakery, and tried And Thou dldtt IIo outworn In stony bower .vill(ho my life has for the most part moved on Ingthcwar Mr McCrcary's bill for the relief a general suspension of tho drilling opThree day aslcep-o- h, slumber godlike, brit f , one elustir counted by a scientist con branches broke, same. To him Kaster was a scuson of hurd to earn money enough to admit ot the Mad'son Kemalo Institute, located at erations for n period of six months from Do you want 1'or Man ot Sorrow, and acquaint with cried taining '.'07.000 blossoms, The glory ot the palm tree w as ap- over n road soft with green leaves. even deeper joy and more sneretl ro him to the polytechnic H'pffol whero SO, jnjiiier It Ky Hiavcn's seed, Thau dlrdat, that out of Tlico food? It Is the chief diet of whole na- propriately Micrlllcd for tlio Saviour's They were torn off two palm tres thnt Richmond, building byduring tho I7,3I wasfor tho ubout 1. May Muny of the war, favor, tuembranco than ChrUtums, and he his father luut plnutied to piaro him. uscotlti might towf r tions. One palm In Chill will yield triumphal procession. , 1 always' celebrated It" So it always stoiMl ut the start of the road. The ably reported tonlay from the committee on war largest operating individuals, firms and Thus tho tlmo lluw awny, until the Aloft, with rooted stem and lhadowy leaf, ninety gallons of honey. In Polynesia was, so it always will bo in tills world prayers the Christian example, tho good clilp as was CoL llrwklnrldge's bill for relief companies with headquarters In lllrley "I understand," said the young lady, very last w cok of the I.anUn season Of all Humanity tho crimson dower " Kentucky, by paying tSW'or havo already signed tho agreement, St Is tho chief food of the Inhabitants. no wot thy triumph of nny sort with- udvice, the hard work of my father and f W11 Hurt of Christian Union, ''but hour Is tho' child to tm found? opened, when Miss Wrayo found her during the th .' In India there nro multitudes of people out the tearing dow u of something else. mother. How they tolled! Their fingers num'si 'tatlon of hs lands Introduced. war. A which is so drawn that It must bo private bllts were Poor deserving boys are not always protege; Dr. llarro Wrucd something signed by till producing companies or it dependent upon It for sustenance A Wlh fur KMater Day. HrooUlyn Hi idgc, the glory of our conti- were knotted with hard work. Their of his and Donald und Dot found when wanted." A not her Dinner fur Held. is to tie null and void. Tho idea meets D.i you wunt en.les to hold ships or nent, must have two architects foreheads were knotted with many This was the day when the mother "Tlio choice Is left to your wisdom, were let Into what they thought to be h Yoiik, April IS. The Lotus club, with generul favor among the operaIt is wound of 0od nnd that penitent sluner, Mag- ends to hold wild the one slain by his tolls and cares, I heir backs stooped from carry and In this Inrgo town you oitu hardly fortune's fiilrylaud. ,1 win, h Whltelavv Held was president tors, who bind themselves to build no And nil lu such a simple, common-pluc- e dalene, went to weep at tho tomb ot into ropes 11nbrc.it.1ble. Do yo want the other for n llfo time Invalided Tlio ing our ouriiens. fail to And somu 0110 who would merit 'Ihcy long ugo went into slumber for fourteen cars, will entertain him at rigs nor start nny wells to drilling beIt Is tw 1st-'- d greatest pictures of tho woild had, in way A certain variety of brown their beloved and found that Indeed itrlU les of house the gift" Into mats und wo.-cInto Laskcts their richest coloring, the blood of the niiiong their kindred nnd friends on the diniK r on Sntunlay evening, the 110th fore the 15th of October except under "And meantime it Is growing dark, bread was ordered for Mrsi Wraye, death was no more. The Idea is to Ue hud risen above all tho sorrows n.nl shaped Into dunking cups nnd artist who mtido them. The mightiest banks of the Knrltah, but the influences Inst It Is expected thut the occasion specified circumstances. i(d Iimuftt not detain you further. If and Donald took It up from tho bakery. hiimniockii. Do you wunt oratorios thnt ever rolled through the they threw In the way of their children will!' one of the most Interesting in curtail production nud, in the natural you heur of au interesting protege lot Dot accompanied him, and as tho chil- and all the degradation; nnd so can swung into Its of tho club. course of thlug-l- , to raise prices. nut Is .he chief prevent-Iv- o churches hud, In their patlios. tho sighs tire yet ctcoh ns leaves tho moment thev the me know, I confess to being puzzled dren waited in tho kitchen In walked you. ion can cause all tho mennuess, medicine? of disease und tho chief cure for vast and groans of their contosers, who nro plucked from n palm tree, and we The Proml.eil I nml. I. en. Clou. Y. I'trld lleml. hclpleas lit tho matter. Kuster Is Mlsswrayo's ret cat. Tlmothv Titus. all the wlclicd wonls, ami all the un and populations. Do you want houses? Its wore their lives out In writing the fed them on our brow and under our liUTiHilK, O. T April 1'J. As the tlmo N Aill.MtTO.v, April 11. Gen. Charles closo nt hand." And MWs Wroye large, dignified and tailless. Ho gazed kind nets to die, and lu their places wood furnishes tho wall for the homes, harmony. American independence was feet, nud they will strew all tho wnj W, o stopped Hghtl mit und Into the wait-- solemnly upon Dot, then stalked away. you can tnako slime fortli golden vir held died nt his residence tn this forthooponltifcof the Cheyenne and With a cry of delight sho ran after him tues; you can hasten the night and und its leaves thatch them. Do you triumphant, but it moved on over the until wo He down In the same slumbet country approaches tho crowd of Ipg carringe, city sunduy night of llright's disease. need 11 supply for It yields day of good. I a thrilling bring forth tens eutir increases. "It was just llko Uncle John," she Into the library whero Mrs. Wraye and thnt each onetho you would think wish stignr und starch the pantry',' sago nud lifeless forms ntofHunkerof thousands of (Had nm I that Whatworld has so word His iliatli came very unexpectedly, settlers preparing tothirty miles from of our und oil and men who fell out Hill and York-towmanj don held served in the southern tinny, This place l.s ubout ald to herself, us the swift horses bore Edith sat -milk und salt nnd wax und inegiir und "Whero did you think out what It nnd the battle between, which specimens of It. Tho sailor boy on ship und after the wnr entered tho urmy of the lino of the now country, but on her homeward, "to ippoint mo one of dear?" sang Kdltlu come from, baby this wouldwhich la 111, Hint means to candles. board was derided because ho would which 'a bury that were the hemorrhages of the nation. tho uxecutors, liecatiso I need to know the l.hnlivoof Kgypt. IIo returned to account of Its being easy of uecess nnd Oh, tho pain! It hns variety of Tlio tiny maiden smiled In her glee- corrupt, nud causa to rise that w.'iich The kitigdom of Ood advances In nil not fight or gamble, und they cnlled Washington, and wus doorkeeper of the affording superior accommodations to business detail, then to appoint Dr. ful way, and stub ns no other growth the enrth, but It'itiust be over the lives him n coward. Hut. when a child fell fort fifth and forty-sixtanswered: "Mo wants dat Is beautiful nnd pure, You citn do It, tho btntill Ixinler towns, It Is made un congresses. llarro another, because of hW 'exceedfor It tho tlmt ever rooted tho earth or klstcd thti of mlsslnnaiirswhodleof malatia In the overboard nnd no one vJe wns ready to otttnttliig point for n larger number of ing confidence In his wisdom, faith und tat" laughed, and Kdlth, catching up because you pray through because his- heavens. Mime- Fur bdtvt. e Itu.sLtua. ltotli To the willow (ion says: Jungles, or Christian workers who help, the derided sailor leaped Into the all the determined women tlio Intending settlers. Large numWit integrity,1 And now wo must go tho astonished Afrit 11. (lov. iloje, of ncgrocti lire among tho Intending setv .ter courses and weep." preach nnd pray Timothy, and toll nud dlo In tho sea, und, though the wuves were rough fccarchlng foi poor boys to whom wo child and asked her namo.knolt by the tory of the world havo succeeded, und 'Miind by the relief commit-t- . tlors. P. McCubo, is.h .. . cvauditurof huirman of the the sailor swimming with one arm carAnd now, this morning, '!' tho icdar he sa s. "Outlier tlie so will you. service. The S.itlour triumphs in nil can hand over a hundred or more dol received 11,700 from titUons of Kansas, is "Dot Turinnicky," she luuc-hrdnut into your l.om." To 'he ilg directions, but beauty nml strength ried the child on the other arm, till res tho here engaged In procuring lars. What cnu they know ubout ting her tiny palm upon Timothy as you stand before tho t i..it for tho Itusalun fumlne suf-fo- tlio emigration of his people to this tertree lit sn s. Hen ..tilt und put It must be torn down from the pulm trees cued und rescuer were lifted into safety perfume of ilm altar, as you inhale and what would they do with Titus's soft fur, who Kaster, ritory. submitted grave- Annunciation lilies, as you join in tha within the reach oi HihoptopUs Hut of Christian heroism nnd consecration nml tho cty of cow unl censed nnd all such a sum? 1 four it will bo uttcily ly to tho caresH, riioSulllvHii-t'nrlH-I Igllt. hymn thut tells tho great truth, think to tho palm tii-- lie buys; "Ho garden nnd tlil'nw'li In lll mitliunv. Tn ulint huziicd tit tho sceno of ihirlmr nml .lf IIUI1111 und .Miililiiiui. .thrown away," "Please, Put afraid Dot Is a trouble. of what you are going to bury und nnd storehouse nnd wurdrobo ml - Thu demand of SllOI'lUCO, k N bett,-- l llkf, twuil.l tlmm nnltn tv,',,M m tin, Yoiik, April 11.liven tho frosty ulr, tho rapid motion Como baby, wo must go home." So Wamii.mho.v, April P.'. A story print nnd chandler nnd brent, ml ban- -' onthern shoulder of Mt. Olivet nnd the OHmplo club, of New Orleans, that ed by tlio Now York Sun, to the effect what you aro going to have nrlso atid tho greeting of friends fulled to spoko Donald, cap In hand, nt , That is au nuhnppy division which Joint h Sullivan and James door. from It Remember, us the sun dunces quia nnd mamifactoiy, nnd, then. Ik ' clear down Into tho valley of licthse-innnCorbctt bring back hor usuuf sweot uxprvidou. Hut Mrs. Wrayo called him In. the has been made betwht faith and shuiil deposit f'J.'iOO each us gtiuruntcvs that Secretary lllalno had entered Into ou Kuster morning -- for It stvely dos tjpe of wliut I meant when I inspired put their branches thnn to sur- works. In my Intellect I may separate .Muldoon, Not till she etttcred tho library where "Is Dot your sister, my lud?" that they will fight in tho ring of the an arrangement with Willhini receive all tho world over wo nro till going to D.ivhl. my sen ant, to my; "The right-loii- h render them for the making of Christ ho is to her Invalid mother lay, was u undo "Yes um'am. I'm Donald Cariulchuul shitll flourish like a palm tree.". journey toward Jerusalem tho moro them, just us In a caudle 1 may know club on September 7, muy form nn Im- the wrestler, by which mnko the sumo good wish us wo slug brought to Miss Wraye's lips. I fetched tho broud and brought Dot is liotli light and heat; but yet pediment to thu consummation of the Instructions iu physkul culture, and with thnt choir of ungels thut does ever Oh, I.otd (Tod, give us more palm trees incuioiablc und tho mure triumphant? theio "Well, little mother, has It bouu u along," match, for Charley Johnson, Sullivan's giving in some detail an interview purput out the surround tho great whlto throne. ;ho -- men and women mndu for nothing And to what better use could we nut gone; one ealiille and they are both baclr, says ho will not put up a cent porting ro havo been hold with Mr, While Mrs. Wraye kept Donald talklonff' afternoon?" sho asked, with 11 remains not without the hut to bu useful, disusltloiis, all ono song wo all know: of I to that wut ing, Kdlth and Dot and Timothy Titus kits. V.1?" int lllalno by Mr. Muhloou, was emphat..... .t.,1, faith n ,,i., . l(llll( w.i.ink . ,' JIIMlll-llll-' ,. 1itn.. ' S'!i.l ,11111. nniuusvnilil lliviui miirw other. i,. - , betwixt...,l..and works, U'M!,I, UitlljVJI,j.e .x. In,,....... ..,, So it Is , " Christ, the tord, Is risen to day, Itnv HI .l lav ttli Monday Mr. "It is always long when you am were iiavlng a grand frolic on tho rug, o..,n ""'Uk ""v " l for eveivtliiuir. nr .... f..n, ............... with fruit:. ncutilu .iivihuii, niirs cav Phiuojvt, ftW. Vu., April Cum. Waive,' ically denied by askedlllalno ubout it. men nnd ncrli ssy: Sous of " 11. him away," wm the answer, as the Invalid and presently crisp augur Jumbles ami reporter when believe '""' tine-- hunM 1 HaUo your Jo and trl'iuiph high, tno paim tree, ix mini woi.in nro bo willing to bo torn down thut tight' opiis. If is nlne.veur-ol- d smiled back Into the winsome fuco glasses of milk wrro brought In, so miii of John J. Croby, Mr Jlluluit is not otquoluted with Mr. h'lig, ye Helens, u'ld nartli reply ti'itiiti .1 ih.tv urn v.iil lit nil. llintn ' eousni . shall hnv-- full kV 1'9 I'lirUl nc am commanded, tlmt Is opus. Selden, was uxtlmtly killed in the II. & O. Muldoon, tins never seen him in Ids lift above her: "Did you sen the judge, tlmt tho chlldien frqtivJ. to tjer Allelujih" If helpful deed., ure ..icded, tic, mi torn down for u. Can e not uiTord U -I- n cvciv human nature, an angel Pr- - Harre sayr' iji'iur Journal; yu ' hllo crawling under Hour. Jf la ami has 1:0 engagement of uny kln.i, ad wM rcad, tn.irfiniotfHW' IfpUin.of use. bv bin. down for Him? If ChrM Wild apd. adovll 010 at war. I lieu . 10. uinvhrd, rjaimrr nature wlkto. Ice-co- ld Ho enine wKh clfls of healing . For wounded la thai inoini wax rcheantetL , ..00 '. Mnan-age- d f. i mKi.lftnATl How won that possible? flow palm branches be cast In the as lie npproached Jerusalem Tttejri There nro scarcely any palm treeil central ralestlne. Kvcn the one tl was carefully guarded at Jericho gone. I went over the rood by wl Christ approached Jerusalem ojj-r- " - iriityot olive trees and UgLl but no palm trees that I could fee,' Yen! But, how Utile nny or all of us accoin muit remember that the climate ha Wish In that direction. We tnke twenty changed. I,r thirty years to get fully ready for The palm tree likes water, but by tin (Christian work, and in the nftcrpa-- t of ......h... ...... . L. cutting down of tho forests, which n; IIa ...m I.I.. ,.. lenfy prayers for rain, tho land has gradual closing of active work, and that como unfriendly to tho palm tn leaves only so little time between openJericho onco stood in seven miles ing and stopping work that nil wo acpalm grove. Olivet was crowned wl complish Is so little an angel of Ood needs palms. The Deud sea has on Its banfa to exert himself to seo It nt all. Nearly tho trunks of palm trees that float) everything I see around W'ticath and down from some palm grote above In the untural world, suggests usennd tire preserved from decay by the sail ful service. If there Is nothing In the whleh they received from the Dend sck Hiblc thut inspires you to usefulness, go I.et woodmen snr.ro the trees of A nicriefc. out and study tho world around you this if they would not ruinously change the spring-timand learn tho great levson climate and bring to the soil barreB-ties- s of usefulness. "What art thou doing up instead of fertility. Thanks to Odd there, little star? Why not shut thine nnd tho legislatures for arbor day,i eye nnd sleep, for who cares for thy which pinnis ire;, trying1 to alouo lor shining?" "No." salth the star, "I will the mthletness which has destroyed not sleep. I guide the sailor on the sea. I cheer the traveler nmo.ig tho inount-ilnthem. I help tip tho dew with light Yes, my text is in harmony with the condition of that country on the morn ihrougn tlio window of the poor ing of Palm Sunday. About 3,000,000 man's cabin I cast a beam of people have come to Jerusp'eni to attend hope, nnd the child on Its moth-ir'- s the religious festivities. Great news! lap asks tn gleo whither I Jesus will enter Jerusalem mo nnd what I do nnd whence I go. Tho sky Is red with the morning, nnd tho To gleam ond glitter tlod set me here. piHiplc are Hooking out to the foot of Vwayl I havo no tlmo to sleep." The Olivet, and up and over tho southern inowflnke comes straggling down. shoulder of the mountain, nnd tho pro "Frail, flekle wanderer, why coiaest cession coming out from tho city meets thou here?" "I am no Idle wanderer," procession escorting Christ, as he replied the snow-Hakthe "High up In comes toward the city. There Is n turn the air I was born, the child of the rain In the road, when Jerusalem suddenly and the cold, nnd at the Divine behest I bursts upon the Won. We had ridden cine, and I nm no straggler, for God that day all tlio wny from Jericho, nnd s mo where to put my crystal heel. had visited the ruins of the house of help cover the roots of the grain Mary and Martha and Lazarus, nnd I grass, to cleanse tho ntr, to make wero somewhat wear' of rtsmen more happy nnd the Ingle when there suddenly arose before our moro bright I come. Though so islon Jerusalem, the religious capital Hgtit I nm that you toss mo from your of all Christian ages. Tlmt was the mujllcr und crush me under your foot, I jwiint of observation where my text nm loitig my best to fulfill what I was comet, in Alexander nxle Huccphalus. inni c for. Clothed In white, I come on Duke Kilo rode hltt famous Marchcgay. a h nvenly mission, nnd, when my work Mr Henry Lawrence rode tho Is dime nnd Ood shall call, in tho Conrad. Wellington rodo his proud I shall go back, drawn by the Copenhagen, but the Conqueror of earth fiery courses of the sun." "What mid Heaven tides a colt, one that had docst thou, Insignificant grass-bladtied nt the roadside. been It wns un- under my feet?'' "I nm doing a work," broken, und I have no doubt fractious says the grass-blad"as best I can. Jt the sorifc ration of the populace. An I help to make up the soil beauty extemporized saddle mnde out of tho of, field, nnd lawn. .1 am s&UsOcd-lf- . way-Chri. Hlm,"" paim trees ana went lortu to mj yworka tMtfApmnt ! ...AAMM...i They wr" i y' Jthc:r obJect: 1 hey eMM hindrances. Thoy suggest possibillUee of fallim, n.,.- - .!.-.- ,.! ot life, tMeteaul of pulling In tho traces, they are kkfin- - back In the brecchlngs. They are everlasting No. &ss. stJ why mwry,u,al minv -- r ft'.ount to oiw v "" the number of the hymn to 10 , C. or ISO. nml thn fl turns the leaves are very clumsy. He stoops a good deal, although once ha niniigui an an arrow ana his eyee wero keen ns a hawk's, and the hand gramble trees; they arc wlU he offered to his bride os the marriage .menrBlBfr, or wild cherry day. was of goodly shape and a 0d uniy wio oiiur, or crai made It. I will.,-tel- l vm, uhati.a. iueteg esily o. he reset v:: .i ".',,,, "I'"1" . s every mora vm 1"," n in turections. what niakea stef have such hard work to find tW fitUicp ... ... . . .1....0 11 .,phiru,; nd rw . - . Hiaroir.nna la not quite Mat . leaves from' our branches to make crald His way, . r,., l'?" srs.'HE: "" In (lie Harbor at Containing Ten .ads Instructor (apslses. rrtWofJohi EMMWBBH " '"Mlrjt O V I., Bostos, April 12.-- An Instructorand rnaaviB&ajL'Zi. aucharge A Mil ee to the rallH.v nrwi.i ,t..,.of ten Iwys eonirected with tho farm school rrcre capsized In a sail boat nnd the tj va ravnpBi.i. .J!-- .- ot .. . Dli. "i"""!and sen. structorand elirhtof the lnv.irr.-.,.- i Inra ,he Pst IH post Zi..' The victims were: A. P. Nordbcrg, In'!l'??ro,cl",t.alarlM not P. ln1 SriaLa' "'0U? mum U'WJj " ..- structor, Prank(,eo' Hitchcock, Homer ' Enis Thomi . .i-m?'al,.h.cr Charles miafe w rxcf pt the flnt, by ubout IIOO Phillips, Win. y,K' Cttrran, Adelbcrt II. UnTTy Lo"(1' ,TeS If. iLTiBW1?11 lhiPrtrie bm introduce t, aclcard. L Tho rescued were: Oeo. W. wrro iBoroiiowintTf .FT'j"r-- staiai .&i WJftp 1'"" ,J GT0n, li.. ,. mxci n viia .v.hjwj. llostmi-AHiillbrmt April a IHstrrulna- - Cssnally nil Their -- '-"raDie ' 7' "M fctae i Murphy, late of Company E. U s Infantry. him tin J""?," . 10pennon of Patrick Coyle. 0-HO per month: paying t.. " clnr V. st old-tim- e e s. sight-seein- high-met-tl- mora-Ingitnp- e, surfer none ol IUQ a ndrnntngo of lack of schooling from which ho had suffered for a lifetime, nnd that the wolf of hunger should never put Its paw on his door-sil- l, and forty or fifty years ho has been tearing off from tho nalm tree of his physical strength and manly form branches to throw In the pathway of his household. It has cost him muscle, nnd brain, and nnd there have health, and been twisted off more years from his llfo than any mun in the crowd on tho" famous Palm Sunday twisted off branches from the palm trees on from Hcthpagc to Jeru the road salem. What makes that mother look so much older than sho really Is? You say she ought not yet to have one gray line In her hair. The truth Is tho family was not always as well off as now. 'the married pair had a hard struggle nt tho start Kxaminc tho tips of tho forefinger and thumb of her right hnnil, nnd they will tell you the storyof the needle that was plied day in and day out Yea, look at both her hands, nnd they will tell the story of the tlmo when sho did her own work, her own mending and scrubbing and washing. Yea, look Into the face and read the story of scarlet fevers nnd croups and midnight watchings when none but Ood and herself In that houso were uwnke, nnd then the burials and the loneliness nfterward, which was more exhausting than tho preceding watching had been', no one now to put to bed. How fair she once was and ns graceful as tho palm tree, but all the branches of her strength and beauty were long ago torn off and thrown Into the pathway of her household. Alas! that sons and daughters, themselves so straight and graceful and educated, should ever forget that they nro walking y over tho fallen strength of nu industrious and honored parentage. A little ashamed, are you, at their utterance? It was through their sacrifices that you learned accuracy of speech. Do you lose patlenco with them because they aro a llttlo querulous and complaining? I guess you havo forgotton how querulous and complaining you were when to-da- Kb rroperty taktn by V. S. troops ', to pension John II stin Im,.. ... II SM "I wow iot van tat m m war: trran.'ti an honorable aucnsrge 10 Samuel F. hhaw, 'ate of company - iwth Indian v J. ; to pay Andrew J Wyant for the loss ot horso durlnf .the war. Wasbioto, April s.sz!(ats. Senator Wolcolt, of Colorado, addressed tho senate oa Mr Morgan's resolutions favoring free coinage otallttr, He made s caustic speech attacking Harrivia's administration and eharged It with kllltn the. free silver MIL Hill ami Cleveland alo fell victims to his sharp tongue, and the apparent backdown of the democrat was severely crltld.vM. Senator Carlisle's bill to pay K9,3S to the personal representative of James Henry Dennis was favorably reported to the senate wl h an amendment reducing the amount by ,uo. Home The following were among the private bills Introduced In the house lty Mr I'tynter (Ky.) To Increase the pension of Alexander Williamson, late of Company II, second Kentucky volunteer Infantry, ny Judge Parrett (Ind.) To appoint Seaton Norman as anaoUtant surgeon In tho marine hospital service. A resolution was adopted requesting the cccmlttee on Judiciary to report back the resolution providing for an investlsatlon ot the Plnkertoa detects 0 agency The resolution os Introduced some months ago by Representative Watson, alliance member from Georgia Deliberation on tho free wool bill1 was concluded, and tho republican intendments were voted ilown In committee of the whole. The committee rose, reported the bill to the house, and the house without action adjourned. VTAsniHGTOK, April 7. Ssnats. The senate devoted somo time to s debate on a motion to spprojriate 1100,000 for the O. A. It encampment to be held In Washington, this year. Some ot tbe senators, Including Mr. Pcffer, of Kansas, thought that the people of Washington abould fuottbe btlL The matter went over without action. Mr. Stewart made a personal explanation ot so attack upon himself tn a New York evening paper in respect to mortgages held by him In California, payable In gold. He said this was tree, but rose out of theCallfornla contract law, psed In 163, to meet the eventualities of war and to preserve a gold standard In California during the legal tender era. The mortgages had been prepared by s firm of broker, on the customary blanks. apeech by Mr. Horn After a Wilson, of West Virginia, the McMlllln free wool bill was put on Its passage la the houo today The vote stood: Yeas IM, nays 00. The cotton tie bill will be the next tarld measure to be considered. 11111s Introduced: Granting a pension to Mrs. 1'aullne M. Pooler.of Caledonia, O dependent mother of Lnwton K. Pooler, late a private In Company D, Second O. V. L cavalry to pay Rush Carley, of Uutler coonry.'O, late hospital steward, Sixteenth Ind. V.X, the diCerer.ee between pay and allowance, of a hospital steward la the volunteer service from August IS, 1662, to January It, 1 Ml," and the pay and allowance of an assistant surgeon for the same period. s.siaTX.-T- he .WAsHimtejLJuAprU fol. instructor had been to the city during the day to attend church and the ten constitutlntr a regular crew of the school, left the Wand at 6:30 to sail to Clements und Charles Ij. Kimb. The jM nnuj, l) City Point boliv TnwfewTTHI''tfHHarBmtfniWrTI'! which tho trip Is often made. The trip to the point wns mado and soon after 7 p. in. the bout started on tho return trip. At a point supposed to be Spectre Island and Thompson's island, the boat w as struck by a squall and Immediately capsized. The eleven occupants w ere thrown Into tho water, but being uccustomed to strict discipline und the exercise ot heroism in the school, they all, secured positions w here they could cling to the overturned craft, nnd then began a long wait for rescue which to most of them was never to come. According to the testimony of the two survivors, they encouraged each other by wonls of cheer, occasionally shouting in the hope that they might be heard by pome one on shore. A line tug wan seen In the distance, and they shouted with nil their remaining strength, but could not attract attention. The night was cold nnd shores and wharvc3 were abandoned. When the time for the boat to return to the island had passed the superintendent of tho school, Charles Bradley, went to the beach to scau the waters toward City Point to see If his boys w ere approaching. There was n fire on a neighboring island, nnd he got In tho range of the fire light in the hope that It would aid Ills vision, but he saw nothing. Thu survivors say they saw his form patroi-in- g the beach, and felt sure that rescue would come, but it did not Finally the chill of the water and the exertion necessary to keep their heads above the surface overcame the unfortunates, and one by one they were compelled to release their hold. The Instructor was the first to go. Kach offered n prayer or a word of farewell to thu others as he gae up his hold on life. .Somo of them endured tho unequal contest for nearly four hours, and It was quite four hours, or alwut 11 o'clock; when the boat with tho two survivors still clinging to it, but exhausted, drifted nshore. They were Immediately eared for, nnd are rapidly recoverinifIrom tho effects of their exposure. Superintendent Bradley came to the morning, notified the 1 s tl three-year-ol- d rcw-nrd- s d. mm mifa 1 1 to-da- fi 1 11,850-XD- Mnc-donsl- . '! -- w 1 plo-tur- e . drt-d- -- ' pros-trnte- n Ara-pho- 11 h - liur-rii.u- ui 1 Hu-sl- nn . whilc-cloUi'- 1. 11 1 ri ' i tl rope-wal- J o 1 1 1 .... - '"'"" istls-fuftlp- "s. e ....,!, 11 .,. ' as HTi793NP-VHHHaHPiaaf-l mirtmmmmwmm gKgJJJJJJ ifflMraiis JjWWpl ". A- - tf r a, r How does the tailff ''protect" TEE An exchango thinks that ll.ol Amoiloaii inaiuifacturersl The comities of Graves, Hick- . Unit men in P"'11' news-It is uiitrno City Council on nmu who does not lake a y ol1,bIie t0 CPt.u MB,. Tho mo.cma.s.'kv., nil life are Icbb honorable ha a innn, Carlisle, Ilallaid.McCracken, Monday Hickman last voted to nc paper because It will require n"or ,,rt.0 for their product than nlglit of this District, mo class than men In other culling". !"'1 others a they could get without It. Al'UIL 13, 18J2 proposition of MrJ.lt. outlay of a dollar or two has KBIDAV, and it Is disgusting to heHr men respectfully uotillcil Hint Milton cept tho poor Idea of economy. He will! The tnrlir Is imposed to proyent of Duiuuln, III., for the who want their places Imlu'gnis county In bciUiir none of the of Trousdale, probably bo surprised If anyone a leduotlon In prleo. Hit rails In KOli I'O.NUItlJHM. gml should suggest that It is as much thin it falls altoaother. but she construction or in wholcsulo clmrces of cor- - Hecs of pecuniary profit, " '"'" Co3"iol .. ...... ....... .....j . Is, modestly, asking that It. T.Ty- an eloctrlo light plant. On the 1. uiiij tr. ..r.. hln III J fill, III' Vvllll T in Irlr of tiii: ci.orui.Mi i wr.fi. D.itnct of Afi(wV. Is fond for the mind as with vlutunla part of tho City tho contract The redticllou of the tnv on It is true that oilltors of pint!- - Icr bo mnilo one of the Delegates The candl.Uleto represent ron In lhe I am closed, but Mr. Trousdale Ib' al and clothing for the body. ehll- - maiiiifaelitred woolens of all kinds nun rarneny tho to tho Nnlionnl Democrntlo Firij.riilr.l Ctiere, from his sail papers tlo more work for . nbll-fo..,,,, ,.,i tliii i'rii Mini-- in mi- v uriii Clothing lowed .'10 onjn iui niiiiii-- iuveati fntlier who e.aets forll'e plnre OriiefnJ Ire Tir oir imii get Icbs onimldcr.itlon vontlon. Hols the eqanl in klmlnc", U.o II.....0 would bMoii.l w.inU foryii'ir ''"' f3 any or the g" Hon. Ho slates, however, that n d o" tr .!... I in riiilctvnr. Ivaftilli . o.,o II; nl o tho same than any other class ity nnd party fealty to a'nuwsp'aper, so that h.H ..,. J" J compljlng on (ill .ipirjtf (if iliHJ, P'ovr ho mull of public men, Tor they work daily fvoillc sons" being mentioned he feels eeitaln of tniiitntil fuor. i .i.... tho contract Mr. ily might pleaMiutly pass iiwny v.... I..i.r..l. Jrmin tllll I r'nlli, and weeklv, year in and tear out, m these comities, and a proper hisMmrt. Under In ir leisure houis and acnuiro a t,i iIihn cn fratcr-- ' Trotisdalo constructs ami oper....,... The result e i ...,,..... or nueiu, i or. iii.i tuirtv reciprocity of Democratic .i my r"i the .....i ...t.n ...... .. . ,.,., ., n1.l i.0ICU,,'C..I .,........ f. i ..f ilieorrnr- - iii and electric i. ui say give t....i..... ates the .,.,, ,' ,,, heme, hliould not l.e surprise.! llioriiitjh rauvara 01 of their choice, but it la dispnst- - nal tcgaid would Iiiiilly of mnklni ; light plant entirely at his own ex f his eh dien e.xliilill that un- , r. ..... ' ..: ; . omU like lo ito. I Hit- lllalrlei, a ing for one of them tohin off I" county the Delegate. n iih.i ui.iit ... b.i.i ( ,.i.mhmm .1 10 Ibe action or on tl i - ,..,.,.. My mmlMaev m iIimi ers ' nf W).l... and frnin !."o iwei nun Kienii-- riiiiniiii:iniii (,,,,.,.... ..j I. ..,..,, man worship" ami attempt to !25 C'hiMinvr. the brocril'tri7 nure.it under the conditions and ,n n colll.pr,, , HollllB ,r,l(1(., niuar.. Helped fully, dictate candidates himI" noinlnera J, , "'"chants as well as eoi.Mimers. contract, (which wlllfc The free wool bill passed by the tlo... of the JAMK3 I'AMl'HKU.of MeCraeken coun- lo the pooplo. '. Tlui bo published next week). eind.daM lor Conscrew in the IoVl, for ty, i . , n fll1n of vold.ZT: Members of Congress, mid oth present Democratic House will waterworks plan requires fi mllei Flrsi Oinirrlonl Ulilrict of homestead; indeed if ho has IntelSU V XiaTJ "CO tho family in tho United nilij'C" to lhe action nf er public officers, are, (or the most save each or piping and Jo llro plugs, thre liL'euee and spirit he will probably, nrty. Kleellon, No. tl92. $LVi a year In tho purchase ability and honorable States nun-- ' aviil himself of the Hist oppor-w. part, men of We re authorised lo tnnnnnee HON nun orivo snomij publio watering places, onu ry to escapo from the slaxishj or Maynem, umi. men. but It la diacnBtlucwlieu ono of clothing, Kc, Vv. HOUKKTSON. ! IS tain, and tho suppling of the co-- tin liiskn and the dull life of such a; county, i candidal for Conrei.mn of them stabs the party that made goods from the maikct. Who wit. ll IC lego and all the ehurchea Hie Flml Congre-'nn- l from tlili, by fomenting issues cnlculat..jocts to this! The bill is now lu irlei. Kkelion In NoieniNsr, JSi UH water. For this tho town is .....imj - ..t.iiri in Un niliin nf iht G;:a Lo:k: aiiuualli.iviiiUv uPju It is a proud priivigo for the become a law, and the people will him tho privilege of selling wu ..I lnlt. ... ...... ll... ZLtR lllpn' rIK I'lttl'IIIT JL'ilUK. sovereign citizen in this great and get tho benefit of eheaner cloth- - to citizens nt a price not to ei J'pi-- lliij; tijun lieilily eiluin ur u Wr re inhnrlinl to unnoimr tSIUKI. ill IJw VTm&& nr!B niaH. c...nil tin. r..l.. named in tl.. vni ii. iii'i!?."L,4D. or lirnvri counly, t free country to aspire lo servo ing, lints, blankets, if JM ivc u.i.on, a enJiimr for Circuit Court Jii.ljt hi ino people in public onice, tIrnct. lif dNotilerf!) rim li l ii.t Iink, butSc, precisely ns they saw and DilMlio Flrn Ju.lltUI Hi.trlct. " .'.", i11,1"" ' ","f,,,1 Kenllh ami wuen such a rmzeii mis ncen as know they got quinine eheapet For the electric light ho is to rM. I'liiclif.l (tir. . .. aI.,.1 ..II I.I. mi-ktlni.t no i cum mi ma IIC, nig oi.vui hi :- -' For I'onimnnnrnllh' Atlnrnrj-- . anil uener wnen the tnrin whs ceive ?1R)0 a ear, ho to furnish J you will tut fool lok. Kt'Oirle llillrrn lallif great ahrratlrr flint TunU toif illrrt-lldisgusting to hear him I.owl and taken off, arc lights of J'JOO caudle powr V r on thee ui!iorii. to Knnminrr JOK V l'nt l'iinpl, orxuK ' ' - i j F f each, to be located as the couuii lll.ilrliea, llulli anj ecreccii on me siump auout Ills HKNNirrr. nf lllckra.n county, m fin to Utii JL'I Ilitrrali lor tho SIiiiinc. may direct and Is to havo lie ramlijiiie for foiomonwralili't Allor-t- r undying devotion to "party"' &e. Sold ut C. A. Ilolcoiulm'i oOo jer bottle. in lhl. th limt JmlieUI Dinlriei floit, Uul tho inspiring and ennobling The U. S. Senato is Republican privilege of selling to citizens tit to exceed rate unmet! in the side of politics is the honest pa- and tho House Is Deniocir.lic. The MUST lllftritllT MU'CA TIO.VVI. AN. Mlfl I triot who favors certain measures flouso is now making a magnifi We rn xnlliorlitJ lo annmtner M. I) becanse he thinks they would bo cent record fnrilin niwn.li r.uiJii.vu in tiii; Noirrii. Tlif Programme nuil Kircntl'e Pomiiiil' JOHNSON' ai n enn.lltUte f.ir ."lifritTof Itu I'uIimo couniy, nt tlie ermuiDg elfiilcn benefiolal, mid advocates tlicin prnvticnl bills for reducing tariff Ira of lb Klrt DUlrict ihIuCii'IodhI Is not nstouisliiug that It rp uih(irltJ lo unnotified W A i.ul urcNiiH inuj- "ncceso tnl wo.inilnsmioll aro object lessons that of Northern farmers Inne 12, LSI).', an I, a. Fiil.nn, 84nirJay, Mroh WFnr.Sotr i'tf, MIUPK rnill.lalr fcr ShriIT of bring him olllco and profit, but is bf?niJei arrnnjlnj; the ....,, klll- li ,I1Pn CO VQILVS17Z SALVE. can fioo Fiillcn cnnniy at die tnmiini elrellnn, settled in tho south at points in, mtJe be followinj ever ready to relegate self. uhjet to llit netlon of the Dtmccratlc no amount of theorizing can mys- or ndjnrc.it to, tho southern di Is ntilrli the le.tcl.rra of lln tli'iiet ZsiT Vr Nearilfti mil Itliruniatl.ra, tify. Tho Dcmoernts voted solid- ion of the Illinois Central will ilo f!l to Iwar lo iiiIdiI: Flopping; Together. C077QILL3 W2ASEL OIL. ly for cheap clothing, and hero is within the past flvoycrM, lt.l Yte Sprin meeting a. l4ilu(ali Many negroes are reported will drill Jimr Tho two wiuga of the Demo the practical beginning of the nor is it remarkable that inst ail nt In M..., Tl. ..-"iiib auil VlMb, I. ... r. faJ-- Kor I'll. leaving Oklahoma on foot, saying v. ... imii lymi;. ' .i.nnw ill CJWaiLL'S PILS OIKTKSKT. era tic party are commencing to greatest leform of tho century. of confining themselves to the ml iltr llmt llie ami In Suie they are sick of It. "" tivntion of cotton exclusively, tn-- Ai.iie.aliuu would meet aboul ibo iul flop together. The seven million Tho Republican Senato can kill For Teller ami ltlofwor arc dherslfinu their crops yilli time. With Maine and Kb ode Island in). Tliere nlll b but ona Pirrr reJ COWGILL'S TETP2P. 0INT1IENT. an their lists as "sure Republican Democrats of the United States such bills, but if they do they gratll.Mng icstilts. Ono of the ' ruMnel, n lhe niMeci will Ihea ' States," tho Republicans are feel- are united and harmonious on the must boar the responsibility; but porla.it questions in the mil. 01,1on raeh f..'n i... .w. fcjy- - For Wotuii, ing belter ttiuu they have felt great Issue of tax reduction and if they pass it the people will get northern larmers who routomp ito " ."rj. riioieui"iu.il)l. lo pre who ajree inr fainri since 1890. against the principle of taxing the the hcuc.it of it. Let the people locating In tho South is: 'what are exfecleO lo prrpnra theiii whfiher CcTrjill's Plowant Worn Syrup or uoi, ii i"8? Some of our esteemed contem- many to sustain tho favorite few also note the fact that tho Demo crops can be profitably grovn In ,,,e' can U t e",l,' that latitnileP Tho passenger de'h'J ''" -- u.i in sArsFicrios iWAfiAxriRo on poraries are puzzled over n state- in some tariff protected TUK NOSKV HKFUSIMD. bo .u ' ih lV.n.m business. crntN are soldi and unanimous on partmeiit of tho HliuolR Ctutral ment that there are 20 t these practical questions. They want the people to be will, on appllcatlai to.lime Tho.. nhwe .. ,.,.Iherj rml lv M)iu .,,pMrftr.ii. Far SaV liy the Proprietor, towns in Kaunas without a single Mr. . I. r. Merry Assistant Ge.ier- - cnMlnn win ....i u. i,. r.,i to bny where and from whom inhabitant. Possibly the inhabiwhat ii f: Ki:i'itrK.iN. al Passenger Agent, Mniich'8ter,!prr, but rami maVe il.rlr COWGILL & COWGILL, tants are nil mairied. they can buy the cheapest, mid Politics in this laud of ours takes fowa, mail free the following I II A It M to sell the products of their labor ,'i4'r'" ''' T.h' '1,,,1 ?f "" rl,M,' TnEitR are five World's Fair very quick turns in very short phlcts: "Southern Home Serkeri, Kkntucky HtCKiliN, J : Commissioners to bo appointed by where and to whom will pay them time, nud there is no tolling what bouth," "Truck Fariui.ig.v Hittll Gov. Urown and there are three tho best prices. Tho question of E A. F Iir'i. W. DIKSTI5LUUINK. n Qrxs,Stoj. iiuimrtu nppiicauia lor ine piacef. nicu should avo but little to do1 may happen between to day and "Farmers' and Fruit Growers' J Guide to McComb City, Mist." ltio governor should linvc no troublo in selecting good men. These , V ?l 2rto Convention. Hut at the able publications contain au-- l A -ConiJBSfONDB.Vr of tho New TVTO tpi-- lo nti.ie all article, bat , information and should be York- livening post writes to that "n rapab,e; , ' wrillR Mr. Cleveland Is read by every Inasmuch as the Republicans LJl , J ' trouble i iliow loodt. farmer looking for .piper to ask thnpeiti.ic.it qnes Of,D0;n0Cra,8 to the front in Corse anJ tee, al lhe comer of Troj havo rarried Ilhode Island in favor. U Southern home. tion wliv n finvr.rnmr.iit t!i.t in i. aii'I oow Vrtnue Kt llltknirn K' .C,ove,n"d represents, It ,, wIm, Mr CIeV(!Ian(1 Presidential elections for the last , anxious to protect tho seals, our ,wo essential re- - 8ente that makes him strong. He 32 years, it need not be astonish- '" 'AIT. STtMK'S 'l)NUIO "" l .. .Ilu. ...... llirlit tt" '....v.. T n..n. Ill 1IC.UIVJ .f.VI. ing if they should carry It ncaiu. ijiiirtMiieius,Biiu .roia tlie fact that stands for tariff reform and sound did nothing to prevent the oxter-jnI intuit lo m. rhlier byral. tieueurl)y precJudo the hole.'conntryikuwrtli xlt h fMHOer,Trpr efllcient and economi mlnnilnn oniie titiDiiloeB, nnroirn- - or l'arlir laiehte. ..iiqiiiiiiuii All Democratic hope. aeeonnl, ara re.M.e lo earn, forward does possess these , qualifications; cal administration or governmentwUMl ia ,UH,ol,b,c,, al anei anj n.it'e. ur (heir dilm will t Vf,l',it ?" l The removal of an Arizona therefore, they think his nomina- al affairs anil for tho wholo JfTer- of tho Lnuisvillo pl.re.l In die lnn.la of an oTieer fir enl. wt. '." ",a "UV ".,l Tho jndse has been demanded brcHiise tion the best that can be made. soman creed. .Han.., people, whom says "llenresentativo Stone is iMtwiuiu ocius inriiisii r"er". "' leeiion. t'nm. nl una an I thereby aire V luxiirotis cjM. I rartn whal I y. linn iiaiof ni..iUit - '? In receipt of letters f.om friends !, lie drinks whiskey, pla.s poker, fllKS tho wires of ...t......t . . .. Jdll.N WITTI.Nfl . i,i,, flnii. .. " ,ii, fi,,, itinni .f.itl IUI Ilia imrmforllll.li llllllllllllll ....-.... wltile .(.,. tlltf i.i0 ...o...w. doesn't pay his debts and shows However, such men ns Gen. Pal ceived, have faith in him. ...mi i.i, r... i.t s. the never evasive orequirocnl. and, favoritism. Will not the Arizona mer, Oov. JJoies, Gor. Hill, Gov. (,'l" o( tho bulla o only jjave views ns to tho timo of holding I bar stand by tho Arizona bench Pattisnn, Gov. Campbell, John G. regardless ot personal consider- tho Congressional primaries. He wurmth to tho "poor trash of tits ation, has nt all times practiced as tho bench lius stood by the bar. Carlisle, and others, whoso abili stated today that he had no sue- Western farms." alwim II ennlatm My rel'lenee place Democratic doctrine in its abso0 Br. alunl I a're. In oic'iird, o.inllregard to It is alleged at Cincinnati that ties nud distinguished politlc.il lute purity and with exact and gestiou In make in "I prefer the of Apple., t'urt, IVelia, l'injn. matter. Ho said: that most eloquent interpretation. tho leaders of the Third party services invito Democratic Cuarartcci Curs. Cliarrlea, Uraiet eir, all eboiee frni' tho Democrats of my dist.ict sluill may bear the banner. nioveme.it are planning to capture Qo9l ol.lern an.l wrll, am all uecefry W. atharii. our vlrerlK'l Jrticri.i ir hold their primary elections whenTIIKY AKIS roK I.KVEI.ANn. o the Cllrf. tho voto of nil the "reform" elei iiill.. Conrenlenl I)iimery tar Con. ever they please. Anytime that m J)r. Kinr' New i.d Col mala Mhmi Onveiitleim. Term ment by tho nomination of Judge "Ion, Cough., l, iirn ibU inforiualloawille.ilbe on or eaty. Fur olbor A special from Frankfort to the suits them suits me. I am their eon In ton. If yri'i ire t!lirit-Mre Greshain for President, throw the l tiii TOM MI.LM.V. SU. says that Interest servant in this matter, as I am Ccmrh. I'oM or any ,int, Throii or i Tho CooniEB thinks that the Courier-Journa- l election Into the House of Repre7:I7-I- f lllcknau, Kr llrer- sentatives, which they expect to Democrats of this Congressional in tho Presidential contest is crow- their sorvant in Congress. I am tiouble, ami will n.e IbU rOmeW . . mi. vv nttending to mr business here, no firing It f.ir trial. iiiiri'tnrinr v . control, mid thus elect him beii.fi., .on mv r.iwrn lc ami! 1 11)1 I dist.ict have repeatedly pronounc- ing daily among the statesmen, and they will attend to their busi I nil. lUli'flPI If I ' ed against county mass meetings great and small, assembled at Ken- ness there.' 'I his is pretty Btinijjht bare jrnnr manrr r.faujej Wa c"Hl'l not I I)r not ii a a Wrrn the passage of bills for lo select delegntos to nominate tucky's capital, and the Cleveland talk, but then it should he home link.- iln i.llrr ill wernuiil knowri-.-thai on t. New Hnaverjr Kmik cheap clothing ami cheap cotton It Mass conventions are star, after Carlisle, Is in the ascen- in mind that Captain Stono is a '" i.Tir.iiipj.ini. TrUt buuic frv lie A Hiilnm.e'a lies ine uemocrata lu the House ! candidates. lintipltncr DnisSion. , jtnl ,. dant. Governor Urown has been nretlv Hlraii'ht mini." ... .t. oftetltimPfl pnnppriiB ami SI li.i.. t . HICKMAN COURIER. lIlNgHNllHK Ftll,l. An Ollloc of Honor. Wiitcr-Wor- ki lillitt. anil Electric a I'otrtt tin: v of i:o.miiy. ki:i;i' ir in .iiim. H. pn zsz PTJBE Tlie .uirM maV ,, J. BARRX sa water-work- s A '' r,,t0. - 1. .!.. w ? HISEXISS, WI1TEJ3, -- o 55" A. 3NT BBBUS, dbo I'rMf oi Woodford, Con-part- y f'i I t,-- r i I .,.,... l'iriilter, 8lla Jour, tliitVrrilieliiirr H)c t.luri.lu (iunty. and lb IMJ anil baniN J, W llar'r, Uicr Mi.tureli, Mrllrr, - K '- pti-f- ni. . watcr-wotk- s ii f, "KSS, -' .'ivr. IMtU KS RKASOXAllI.i:, ACCORDIKG TO QUALITY AND AGK I - I nul.j-c- J- sllpula-jjioinnc- ....."-( ,,..,.,,,, ,,.,.. '" yJ ,?. r - :;K;p,trioBJroT "' , -- lem-cernti- o - f V 1 S " j ' , j oh-hi- 1 -- ifirYi-tijrirtiro- at ji.:VA rCsftts , d C cw u, s -- - r r. H if3-- 4 Co (ahM 'ZXJ .Jr By mb O - ! 2 ! ?2 23 r "l ! 1 1 dresn-good- I), yo-,- - .im. M.' "? y W O li IVaaaHRI WairVliVWallSi-.-tm friKHLIIIal m Am '. I 1 a y .M ll-- .l ' ' n in ... .j'f.. wo w n ww. HEBTWECK, cri BALTZER O frr & CO., S cot-trac- t. MANUVACrUllKlU) TDK CCLBUIIATSU IO-- l.ttul-red- s - 3 q O .,,,,, t V. arriiig-uienl- a, Ilii-roa- lii-l- r. a CH I i tT mCKM&SS WAGON, (ihv I .,-v- . - well-tinll- privi-lege- d '..,iU, "'" :KLCKMAsr. KRNTUOKY. w. r. jooi, r.ii.r. juni w. lunui.L, v. rir.'t. ntiiztu, rn.i. r. ICZMAN Soli. its pniii-r,,1- jr HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 8 ANZ, . hoi - Family Groceries. e Paid Up Capital $40,000.00. jour biiaitiehH. We offer the moM I.lbrrnl Accotntuodstitns to our CiiBtomriM Co.iMatrnt llb KMnhliahtd llaukiiig i'lliiclples. LI l ? V" rr J Ji u Take Notice! I c(irrc-.iiuiiiie- iii , C.UM.TZIUt. H.T.TYU'.U, ,1. W. PONVKI.I., It.ll. ltltKVAItl) A. A. PARIS, V.. HH'IK, J. Y. I OWCiU.I.. DIRBOTOE - Coiirier-Joiirim- 4 ...".... .... I - Foi a e3gtle - ndiui-unio- DSTJQOIBT And 1 fAtHB, UX" )oi1cm' I ont-l- DRUGS, MKDICI.NF.S, m- Chi-- Pres-dent- ill-b- - l W- - iu u ntuvuN polls and the votes counted, hi emt with Miiitliern bniinilirv of Rook lo tbe twilimlng. prayln T,nni!T7!11 A rtUU MfiWnVlIC the past many good citizens. in Sprints ilinricl lake Ibe een Judgb Pktku Tuunby, for the iUtiUipiUS, i.r Die rml. for nn orJer lo 1... l... " paBt twenty yeaia Chief Justice of I.'.... ""'emeu . iM ...I.... VA.. in aal.l l.A..h.l-- - n l.nl i r MITII Tennessee, who has been induced .... .j i,j ".! iu iiuu ui Hi" uroroi Hon to eilnbii.h ii lira.l.il Ym to stand for the Democratic nom- polls throughout tllC liny lllld ns- Sthool UIlrlol Inclmleil In Hi botuvUry. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars MUSK 0M AVD TO ination for Governor owing to the Certlliliillg the Strength Of each nil in b known a tha Alcxnmler UriJeil ... Kree Sclmnt DUlriol cniiiliilnln Hnl ll, oh, .III l. by jeopardy the party has been plac- 'iiir.rnnf Uil It la. .Iitfrrfor.. CHlrre-- Ibat ll.e Sheriff T..otilMVl!(.,:riiiiiilM,l!iitii ItoiiKx, Vlnlilnii'(f, una ed in by dallying with tho Alliance, " nl..il..- 0( i'lilln'i county lm mil he la hereby no1891, ? Now Oi'lmiiiH, vlu ' I Tim second Tariff Reform bill, uiado the llrst speech of what T W'....-- and Menus Commit, recleil In open n poll on rWlunlay, the lib MK.MI'IIIH. ih honraof r May. lb'J, between i, free cotton bagging, will snvc the promises to bo n memnrablo cam- tee has reported in come . ami een (7) o'clock favor of a ie- 'aix (fl) o'clock cotton planters uiutiy thousands paign last week. Ilo said: "As ductinn of the duty ton 'p. ni,w ihohl Jiy, at ihioro room of TH3 QUICK AND DESIRABLE K.DT. far as thn Alllauco was concerned, vrill of dollars annually, and only three it was good. If it had remained revenno bnsis. This is n relief loiM - ''Pl". ' t'rutcliiielil, Kentucky, TO XII KIUM Hirj ll "BiiIKi v l0 itriwi "iio iuuin New York, Plillailaljihla, Ililtlmort, Wa.J,. Democrats voted aginst It. Here as it was formed I should have ooi nn- w Initton, Norfolk. Old Point Comfort, Is another law of practical benefit untiling to say against It. 1 am it ill bo felt In overy kitchen of,, ,cl ,,,,, ha rrr(lilon whether or not Kioh inoii'l, Hull.iUi, I'Uielani), Toexceeij. tho Intnl. llio duty. nH'lliar will enle an nuniinl lax to tho people. See if the Repub- not opposed to tho farmers, but lived by the Republicans, Is ledo, (Milcjgo, Inilloii.polli. JSrfL. lifiy (60) cenif on each one hunlroJ iinlln am opposed to the runners' Alii CitielnniMl, I,ouf le lican Senato don't kill It! me " tilm. ilollara worm oi propurij niir.iru in iui l.'na.arti Hint nnoe.itlslnthohnn.Uoft.nlHI.nl,0,ur,?1,t '""bori; tho I'iiiii r... n.u.i ill. i.l. - k..nrlIioitatrru 1'olnta, . . ' I. iiprnil uruim" n...t..i V ., tlinan lonul nl.ln tor nothing ., RCliemers WHO ,riionginB lo while iwrsona, ami an annual '., AND Tunkkshkk Democrats are thor- except offlce." enre Turney ,0 roMoi'rf" not ' eciinKot.elolUr3i.0O) Momphla, Ylokibiiru, llalon Itonje, New .,01'OMlio" ,'"'",' Judge oughly aroused and aro organiz- read tho constitution of the then I.".,p ,I","-- ,0 n ro;'0,1,I on eich wi, raM inhihliani tmiiliinrpir eaplts ()rlenj, .Mobile, Utile Hock, Hot Alii ing clubs in every voting precinct mice 0"''' I'Oiniiiniirt tho Slipjiort even 'oter twenty one (IM) rey; ul age rc.ii Inn Kprlnri anl point In Weil Ten- moiiif ' "t'M of piircliailin; nuieee, Txa, Aknai, Ml- no opposed of "PIMiliIicnna. Tho past week's and school district. Kentucky nun ,,. inM PI,BH ,iii ', i piiriHuo .rfllL. lulppl, lyotileiana, unil C tell lioimly 'r'nc;;n(, ort.c,ng' others. Ho oinpliaslzed .especially tor tlio Democrats have just enough op- . i. ., DeinncrntH. mid t Is u iimt. iiiniwioiiiiii . B. .1.... ..... !...,.... i,ii. .. .i....i..i. ...,Ltr... hn.1 ., nn.i ii.. THK KOtl'l. ANII SOLTIIWKHf. . position to scent tho war, ami Allliinre Rlinll tin nnn.n.irtla'in. ter for regret that thesoh Is wi'r. Ki..riir i. hIso iilreotel m onn n noil m l iniuiy are now calling for tho DEAT.EHS IX ii Biinwod sten bv sten how thn not passed in tllO tlrst Week of ' tlmi aii.I liea for,"'lil for lhforpur- - L T'm linn Ii tliaroujthly efiii'P"' anil lu .bolnr-eUacomlllion, ami prorlilei an Fehrnnrv Instead of tho first weil-- 19 of Im,iWU (0)Truleoj IlAVINO libernlly paid in pen- - gtuilzntlon ol Domocratio clubs, order had sllnned into tho Ii.iihIh drlinol Dialrlel, niul cellent nrr nneernenl In lime nn J liroi!r.h tnopn'l flrni.eil l'rc .... I....I. mil alflllR for all the IPlM.lirrilR. - flllfPrs nt -- " t,r0,, lu -w" unlinmnra mill l.mr .. Im.l l.nni. i"i.. J' .... 0 j . ... . . . . ' ' If '.. ...7.. iciKiiro, wnen iieauug wun tav '"i halN.II Hollow an.U W. Kind. el aaflin. A KB VCUU K lhe II me anJ con- . 4 rt. re JmlKca, nil J. W. Mnrna ' elr, nml l'. nlijtice i.curel by l"o I.l) It ed I;prta '"J ireo wooi inn passed ami locus ornnir snot otrtiy reliel dragged into politics in direct op form, llio dificnsslou has Ir.n II. Johmnn aa aiiartti 01 anui rifcnon, nnu irmna. tjniy a u.glil'a rlila lift wren titjiieis, ns wen asiora troon mnny Mouse Willi tint one Dctnocratlo position to the constitution, been carried on. nud now the. pceT. hnl M officers iltill crrtify the remit ofj UiiUtie aikI .Menipbla, nnd tho belt nnil that were not shot ofj, Uncle Sam mCmher voting against It. This is vlealion. tiijethir irilli llio poll look n "loke't aerilco between tho Iwo dllea . Mns. C. K Smith, wife of n plo aro impatient for action. Is now asked to replace tho in ealfil. wllliln uiiatliy after nld election eierofR'fOd. ,,B 8olil ,,,,,, """'.In.ons- - as whilo laborer living on a farm ing limbs with new ones. It canao orleroJ lo llllrklt-ll-Arillpn Knlm. in thla Court, ami (hi For lowont ralei, time lahr, aud all been the inevitable destiny of un.1 nrtlfa ever get to bo. The Farm near Holly Minings, Miss,, lias fnnllniiwl. deilreJ Inform nd on npplv to Tiii1H:t8IV In the worM for Cm . ho A FRITZ IIK.hNKlt, A'l, cles to lie Imposed on ever since eis' Alliance members iiIho voted given birth lo six babies, all boyri, t'luinn, eott "l,c,l.. Ulcer. Kill Ulicnm. Kv.e T,VI n m. r. N. ft 81. I.. It. U.. Illokman. K y. prl" W We are olerlat HI cron of t'labi. Mollum nml Vino Kurnltnrn nt r'nallr Lot swindled his rtonlldiiig uncle tor it. J he Roptiblicnns voted well dovnlopod and weighing In Sor, Tetter. Cltappe-- llanili, Clillhlalna, carry n full Una at all iimnmr chnlr.i. Rookora, Tatalo i, BuroniiB, WhtnnHe, poliuds. Cnrnii, and all Skin KriiPlion.. nnd noil. In accordance with Iheabo'e order, I Or W. P. MURIlRLh, ARcnt, npgregate forty-flvAbraham out of the fcrillo valley solidly ngalnsl It. It makes blank-(th,V. N. h M. V. lima anil plnci imnuJ therein, will, cnrea I'ilei, or pay MnttrosaoB, of the Jordan nud loft the old ets. flannels, woolen hats, &., 10 The mother and baliiea are doing llvdy.run eel toi;iie noperfect reipdrcd. It open ntllnhold nn rleotlon for the purpo Or J. I. PirKf. AN. ARP,,i,Co., IllfM. Tenn. Wnrdrolion,ihoOltamuor Sots, Irnl anu l nmliBprlnea. Etc ,un.i and fe.l. mlifiiclloa. prlcoi to tni loweti, lllvo m cents cheaper in each dollar's well. They havo been named Lee. or 311 gontlomnn to limit nil over the N. N. k M. V. Co,, padnrah Jimdlon. money refunded. Print 'ih cent kt tea therein set forth. tW-" 'H'ounl all cgmpotlUm la UM are hcadqiiirlcn on UmlnrMICira' O JO'fn T. II. JOHNSON', Or W. II. PltOUTV, flcn'l I'ofo. A'pl. fauo of tho earth for decent pas- worth. Let's seo if thn Republi- - Jackson, Vnn Hiiren, Sherman, box. For aale liy C. A. lloltorabc, Drit. lino. We ourry u birso lino of Wmxlpii nn.l It Wl.lt tlaral Cahx. tibcriU uf t'uliuu touuly, onu Senncn don't kill it! l.ouUillv, Ky el el. UT'JCi Hiring aaa JuU V, uiW jvaUIIj. Grant nud lluell. hire Inml. IomIbvIIIo Tifres. tariff reform. It will not do for them to say to ns this Is an old mid determined contention. The Ten Commandments arc thousands of years old; but they and tho doctrine of tariff teform will bo taught and preached until mankind mid tho Republican pHrtv hIirII heed tho Injunction: 'Thou shalt not steal.'" Grover Cleveland, A cumous feature of the of the tariff now going on in Congress is tho almost total silence of the Republicans. Tliev havo douo little or nothing more man .novo to adjourn or to de. mand It Is not lierauso they uio in n minority, for it was much tho samo in t Ito Reed Congress. They did not defend the McKlnley bill then; they passed it with as lit tlo discussion as and they uro still holding to the samo policy of discussing it as little aa possible. roll-calls- lllb nUTKOI .1....1..1. c Reform in good earnest. Free tin lend to confusion and dimtlsfac 1C. ,.! tlio man with a hole in tho seat ' ....- - ttiu'iiuu vim., nnfliiip. , .. milium in. t.iociHiMl1 i demonstrations.ma He of Thk new trotiHers knows more' rr. i.t.,.i nii.i nntn "- - .vw 'iiiiiit ...i .... mil 'Ml- pii. .. ..,., .u.pnuKu mr ir i. Ahkiii'I in'lit i Ids iiio ... not rar off. It will be Interesting denied that it fives to thalnnnlitvi vnm imii U on ii Mi .. it..,-..- i ..... i about the hole than he does about cirnii,. " to watch the Republican Senators ti.ni irr... .,ui Hie McKlnley 1111. !,c from tho West when theso Domo. where the mass mcetincis held man now as oier. "". -. ,! t'')rtiial matter he may bo a Mc J. Proctor Knott crntio measures for the relief of mi undue advantaso v?v' "'i.v.t 'I'o till I'o llll.l . o.ree. 1.1 i in I. . Kn ni i.kaI...I .., n .. .v. iiKKi ri nip r wiiu wciii-iii-i iir mcmi uuirriiuiiio. .!. a. until tlie tanners get to tho north end localities Tim nhnlf. nf ll.nn,.r:? """",lV rnliirnnil i". it at Ml.r- - rather quarrel with all tho cloth j, mi lVMHou Kipirte. I llltl renonllv frnmn lm.!. of the Capitol. ty,iiiourjudgiiienttshouldHlwayBlp88 trip to Duluth, und both aie ing merchants in the country than Thl day eir.o A'ex lltcli. iv mn - Ci I II II l M V 'V It I A admit that tho MoKiulev corner- - "l i""1"" "iKts! by i,in..u nnl mher (tool.'.' le'Wrreil s Thk Democratic Congress is uc iiscertaineii tiiroiign precinct Impressed with the strong lo aiy pirl of ibe Ciij making an excellent rpcord, havand thus choosing dele-- , ml"' sentiment in the Northwest, minus would sell!i shoddy. Reg-''- ropneil l.railnl I'rce ,V.,'Tr.".of !'" I liiric', ..n.... or his politics, he is d.ssat-- ; wii.el.,ii.i ing promptly followed up the pasU a.nti..ie.l. h b..ii..in. to attend tho regular con- - ,ov- - jC",u 8"J''' 0"0 cn" rpl I1'1' Ihlied nlth a Inid bargain, mid ho IAor; ilirii.nni t u.o tomli wrm sage of tho Cheap Clothing bill IH lint disposed to excillpiltO the iwmerof ll.e Hock Spring iliairlei, No ;ss by the pnssage of a bill putting wjib ii troublc-breeder,'" Kuhon ooumj. iheue . oo.nawn .fiuih- Ulve; nud that Cleveland will be iionti man who sold to him. couoii lies on me tree list. An- lugs aro oru iMiiintiary in ine ni'iriri other hill putting hinder twine on as precinct primarios, convenient uated before Now York is reached. II Wjlknn No. In tli'nce Tiiukk will bo no nioro viva itinrlbII wiibJ. lit eait linn lo J.line, Alexin the free list should bo passed to all localities, and then those Gen. Hardin said: "I uuniios It l,l. I It without delay, and ns far as the who fail to attend will have less tionably do think that Cleveland mtt MHIIIIT III lC IICKV. T i.l.. - ....!. II... ,1 ooutli lino lo die xoiilli wr.l will ho the Democratic nominee. (U'Cret ballot Rysteill Will bo ill-- 1 Alexa-nlerngrirnltural States aro concerned In I.Ja north we I the Democratic parly will be ready cause to grumble. This year there and I don't believe any hotly else migurateil at the HOTt election, 'corner Ihenca nnrili lii. nortli cor- In will be kickers nnd kickers, and will bo put in nomination beforo ami 0110 good effect It Will have cor"sr. 'irnco eal for the appeal to tho country. n- if nothing more and that Is.! thero!"'r on P'it,""""" those who want to kick anxltow tho convention. I think the I, erdion line d ,.lll l., no ...... to estlnialo tho Mheuca "UUU opponents must, In the will be on the nlert for a pretext. feeling in tho Northwest ,le,M.n county ho., il.enc. eaM Bni coming national canvass, settle nuinber nf voles for anv man for aoii.li anl with nab coun'r Hue to aomli accounts with ns on the issue of If the Legislature would still for Cleveland Is absolutely uni- olllco before the closing or tho lounJary of Rock Uprinf Dl.trlil, thence ' ,.ii.. imiriiuiicillll .,I.llini o - .. .... M- -- .'J-- W Ma r Witting i:-m- hl'ATIONHRY, FANCY GOODS SFNDRIF.S, ' PAINTS, i OILS, I ' WV1 4 jBt laaaaaf i.flK "'ril.wr A usii. ..Jii ... PPiKSnUPTIONS SI'ECIALTY. ,,, '' ,J j Ex-GoA n-- ........ ......... "".'".'. 1 . Election Notice! GBlOaJBSRIESi KIOSMASTI -- I1T "OZsD H3HLIABlaII" l7y, TINWARE, STOVES, Clove-litimarie- J! Krein aSpltoJI.I .Slark of ih erjr bail of all Kl bub oi HARDWARE, wblcb ll n 1 s Li ika I an affartd al UE PRICK, aid .bat el rerr lowed Ibe mataol Jnalllti. All goi'le (ttaranlttil lo bo as repretlatra' , a ' Uein-ocrnti- . "'' I ei tMSmk 2.oojLiDa.iS5 t SSjJooictlty! tho waning elements ohout the formation of new Judicial Districts, let it make Graves and Mc- Cracketi a District and nil tho other comities will smile like n balmy spring morning. versal and uiinuimoiis." mi. I ir ; lr - i.n,. tiu-plat- I l All persons indebted to tlio late firm of &SHAW, or the undersigned, note or account, previous to tho ME year Willllll i, - u l- A . Q are respectfully forward and settle, tified to be placed in the hands of or the claims an officer for collection. till-plnt- o I ni-- "-- "- pos-ibl- o Sii '" '""' Kni-tlni- , ... ,' SV" i . STEPHENS & TYLER, I -- r- a - '1..- ... i0 ' I ss-1- ,,,0l - ,, ran nreaiaun mm sGoods. r rilfl 11 m ! o e I I obw" I d .. ,i . . . ,.J4,.-a'isffiJ3fifrijjffi- ynii " ki MVtef 'tmmw HJJ - "" ' " f,"V lvu HB .. :r-- - - ni P2i .' WNeMaaaaaWv.1i?'-"y:.-.i"SMa- P . ?i"yfc -- . -- :?. . C- -. . 2er,r- ' jj1jCgi.. Sri .jB J I t J 5 "'ffrsBMr v v. INTING v 4 rnvtmzw racnmuani PERHAPS 33uLt -- GROViR Ooirtctiml-v &N wo octn. 1"W" TO BK SUBS IN OUR OITV. SIRXISrGr J&N1D SUMMER GOOD WB ONLY ASK AN INTKLLIOKNT Piilcni-Lentlier-T- JE313lovc7 tlxo Ijarjgest p slzxc! Pif?llfll most Complete Xizio of k TO 'OUR TOW- .ttK&,&r3EfttM ei ra 1HN (3 ca INSPKOTlON, AND ARK WILLING TO AIJIDB BY TUB DECISION THEN GIVKN. Men's .Shoes, we can nay that never before have we been m wull prepared to pleuso every one. The most fastidious fco- ily (Sent ciinnot fail to bo satisfied with our elegant I'atent Leathern, Nor would he be unite hinifcelf units' elothed in one of our S'rnoi'sn t JSito'.s Perfect-Fittin- g Suits for Spring and Summer wear. S for KAIU CUSTOM KItS will iiiiilcrtftiiiiil how mud. wo apwhen tliey hoc preciate their liberal patronage o Imt our tlUplity of Spring Drew ('nod., cuilmiaiiiK I ho most pnptilur Inline In Imported and Doincntlo wcuvch und Trimmings, Novelties in White Goods, hnndsomu Ktnbroiilerieii, Ac. mid Clotli-ToIice Funey LmIIch will do KURDS nro Milmired by ull beholden. Uroat injustice to their penchant for beauty of finish and symmetry of hlinpe in a Shoo, if they full to tee our assortment before making their purchases for the ucnson. OUR lMnln nml ip "" A FRIENDS and the Trading Public ViVa. U'Wll iii,!! .-...j well-know- n can have a livelier appreeialion Mt.il .Si1lll hml(lMnH "'ii ii, tiWIIIilVallJ Mill! w 0 ciinrantro 11 nAA If III 111 Ml that no firm It 1 of past favors bestowed. WE'extcnd a cordial invitation to all to call. Please Cmpa,r II? ITATlOi! BILLS! THESl! A. Baltzcr & Shaw. Ualtzcr & Shaw. ISalfzcr & Shaw. BaHzt-- r .& Shaw. y- - I1T33IjIO nmm and wmm national mt JICT II. BUCHANAN, T-W- O t. V THIS ONE AT THIS 1D2TE AT v CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIBEOTOES. J. JS. : Jl JU: ma it am.. .'?asl7 priees As Sold 21 JO A2 To-Day: Credit priees As Sold "ST OU AKE VFItY RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO CALL UAj; Juilre Prealdmi ; JXO. nONnPIlANT. It. L C. U KAN 1)1,1;. AI.KXAM'fi:. J A. TIIOMt'M)N, J . ItLAIibliS. Jr: 'K. I.. and see our Largo and Boautifu.1 Stools of , II. nt'CllANAN, Cnahltr; OPFIOBBS: J J. .1 P. HOKhUttANT, N IICVDI.F.K, Jr., AI.KX-ANUK- Aeiiefnt Caahlcr. a Month Ago: 1.G8 W Spring ynnla Rent Brands Calico, " II U'xt nriic,o Blue O.ilico, oc 0 fio yunlwidii IJrown Dontentic, liciivieKt Hrown fio ..... 2d Id VJ. ( Dometttio, Dress (iinghums, 7jo heavy Shilling, ! 0 "Fruit of Loom" 10 bent Rliie Cottonadc, lfw. n best Table Oil Cloth. '20o :i u Turkey Red Table Li lieu, 20o 0 Unrc nio Linen Towcle, 21 c . ahoes,. pair .Men s Button Shoes,... pair Ladies' Dongoln Cuitom-Mad- e 2 pairs Miiei' beft quality School Shoe, Sl.JW, 1 lloy Suit.. 1 Mem' Navy Blue Flannel Suit, fast color, 1 1 full-Moc- .......... ........ 8Jc....... .....Illencli Domestic, ....... ... ...... . Gc... ...... .. ....... ...-.- . $ k ..... ......... .. .. 1.20 21 yard Best Brands Calico, 7c, .ft 10 . best Indigo liliic Calico, c, 2.C0'o it yard-wid- e Brown Domestic, Co.. 1.20 20 i heaviest Brown Domestic, 7c,... ." 10 ii Drew Ginghams, lOo . i 1.0K 12 heavy Shirting, 10o. . 1.70 20 K "Fruit of Ijooiii," Bleach Domestic, 10c.. 1.60, 10 (I best Blue Cottonadc, 20c ( : G0 boit Tabic Oil Cloth, fl5u .02 "i l Turkey Red Tablo Linen. Hoc 1.2(3' C 'aige mo Linen Towels, 20c .. .fc.'i, k pair Men's Shoes, l.sn Button Shoes, wir Iulies' Dougola Custom-Mad- e 2.7o lairs Misc3 best quality ccliool Shoes, fel.oO. l.CS. lovs' Mnt, 8.76 1 Mens' Navy Blue Flannel Suit, fast color,. full-stoc- ai I limer ? Goods. 1 ill mmm tan: ac rifevfc ; Sfw ra.sBi1&tfs-i- i -- is sa?.fe! s: tk". o j'qq! '! II W.. I I .1.- i..l 1!i.. !.!. in cpiaiu nun m...!.. iu, niuii jo ue nave iuki'ii hpccuu caru in me .1...! and wo feel assured that the LOW PRICE marked on all lines '.q will certainly plca&c. (Sacccssorto POWELL & BRO.,) Our Stock of 3i. xasc jsl. w , n . ...... .... ... . . . . ..() !J1.77 1.20 2.00 2.00 1.05 comprises all grades from the .87 1.60 1.00 A beautiful line of 2.26 LACKS, KMBROIDKRIKS, DRESS GOODS cheape-- Having bntight the Grorer.i Stock of Powell & Brn., will continue tho old stnud, nud nnnounccs tn the publiiisiiioss nt thnt lic that lie Is making large additions to llio stock, nnd will keep any nud everything in tho well-know- t to the finest. GXEETERMt QSiQ! CO TO a.lio 10.00 28.88 ? 5.81) Line. Farther nnnouncement thrnngh the Courier nillbemndc ns SILK OI.OVUS. SILK MITrt. new goods arrive. nml MISSLS' IIOSK. LADIES' LA I) I US' and MISSES' CORSETS, Sc. great pride in recommending out ctocl: of $28.6SiTolal Credit Prices, " Cash Priecs i ViC tnko Diflercncc in favor of CVh Prices, r Wr- - SS? 3 & j ZZZZr y, t H2S? S IT. . 4S H Z? -- . for Ladies mid Misses. These goods arc Also, our Oxford Tie. made in style and of the very best block, and prices very low. L-ic- FARMERS? F. Si CAS THE SQUARE DEAL GROCER, FOIl ON'K OF THOSE M Wc havo beantiliil Curtains, Oil Shade., Sill; Parasol and Who will say that it doc nt pay to buy for Omi from it Slrii'll; Giih HnuKcf Comment is nnnece.fary. brellas, Linen Towels--, Napkins and Table Linen, colored and wo linvo not tHkcu a few stsplen fiom our litock, uiiil cut the priees to attract utteuiion, but linvo made Hfur in mind, plcnse. Hint white. These gooJs cannot be excelled in any home market. Rral, (iKMUlNK, Bona Fjdb Rkuuctionh ON Bvkuvthini. in oi'tt Ilousn, und have marked ever. tiling in plain ftKures. OUR STOCK OF Um- SJI1TII, n i,i '- Ik -- T- wnter-w.u(Till 11 celebrnllon. The Clinton Democrat thinks it cnnveiitlon will bo held on the! ix is fairly safe to say that the IlliCO TO HIE The election for Olrrnlt court illtn " ,,HV."' reviow and fireworks nois Central railroad will be built " " 0ll,rr imuvuim clerk will he held this year In No. to Memphis from Clinton, via Tic, Handkerchiefs, vc. AIo, the latest style in Men's and Bovs' coiilhiiio for two or three iUj . Jo emher mid not in August. I'Ult HATS. All will be SOLD LOW! Hickman. Speaking of tho matf i uuuivi'n ui iiiiiiri'iii -B- iiiiterMniioiiandsorylcesat'wiii i,0 orator of the dsv, and will Mnrplo'a Biirgnr-cuie- Bacon, Ilnms, lie. ter the Democrat Miys: 10c. tho Methodist Chnrcl. in this city UciiMMtcilliy prominent Senators Boneless Brkft tC&ar-get"During the past two weeks the rvinuny mnrtiiuc nt ti cioex, n. und Repren'utntives from differ- Picnic sugar cured Hams. Uc. AJso nt 7:30 p. tn. Everybody ent Cox & Gordon's pure leaf- Lard, l)c. discussion of tho prnbablitics of hi parts of the country. road Ironi this point, via ;:ivited. , Two-PlTluec-PlIngrain and Oil Cloth, at low prices. Big Drive in Canned Goods! lirancli Hickman to Memphis, has been Brunei.-r The cyclone Benson, (ho Here's Your Chancel lb. Tomatoes, 3 lb. Pie Peaches, going on at a great rate here and of tho Northwest, tins arrlvrd A FULL STOCK OF We will positively sell at FI KST 31b. Apples, 2 Ih. Blackberries, elsewhere, occasioned by tho presin full force. Two tears nco it COST our entire stock of Watch. 2 Ih. Strawberries, 2 Goose- ence of a surveying party, which nleiided its territory into noil Silverware until es bellies. 2 lb. .Marrowfat has been running lines between Mny wo never see the tiko May Clocks Peas, 2 lb. String Beans, 15th. Remember the ditto, this point mid Hickman, nud ret It again. mid take this opportunity heluro XO Oiif.s a 'nu, locating old surveys beyond Hickalways on hand. Also Under the new constitution, It is too lute. 'iui4 Tor 25c. man toward Memphis." ;he city mnrahnl will this year be Referring to the Padncnh, Buck Bros. No change in the Market on rleetod In August, and whoever in nud Alabama's purchase of II ARMVA KK. QUKKNSWARK, The river nt Hickman yestor-dn- Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Tobacco, &c. the Tcnuesseo Midland, tho onine DOORS, SASH, BLINDS. elected will hold tho oflleo for was falling, but tlir wnvcb PAINTS, OILS, &c, &c. ne car. After Hint, theelection paper says the jig is up In that diwere too rough for any gnngo to will Iia lintil In Vni'.imlinf rection with the Illinois Central, mark it. At St. Louis it has lieeu The two Illinois Contra) surBro's for finC rupldly for several dajr, as veying parlies, the one going south and adds: 'Now if tho Illinois UrGoto onug Central lenity wants tn get into ireih KnutNtiil Pickles. 11:20 has also the Upper Mississippi from Ilickmnu anil tho one com- Memphis from this direction, noth! Missouri. Tho Tennessee is ing north from Memphis, nro still ing seems left but for it to build The Superintendent of Pub- In Inslriiclloii " fiilllng rapidly, llio llooils in the field. The Hoods in tho a new line. In tho nature of tho has addressed JrcuUr to tho teachers and puplli! below Memihls have been very Otdou nml Forketl Deer rivers in- situation this must bo by tho way JT'tho HUte relative to it dlsplnv ' nesiruonve uoiii as io propiny terfered with their progress, but of Hickman. Clinton is evident Easter and Summer M'lillAI, nti'i-is-l.l.MA,rit.u.v III AC ""1 life, and somo sections nre in It In understood they have kept ly the most available point of pro of irhool work nt Kontiioki's Millinery. pitiably destituto condition mid at work when the weather I)f centciiiilal and at tho World's anJ other desiring to Rtteuil for the branch, nud it need have to ho cared for by pii'dlo FhIt. the Snitlii-riU.titUt ('ourcDlloii At mcj ilium nun hoi surpriso unjumiy u won: on I Lave just returned from the until the wnter subsides to coin- - the new lino begins nt once, that (U, May Olo 13th, 1892, will he Majllolil'ii nro ul,aiitv. 1 hnvo purchased ouo plcto tho survey in the river hot- - it may bo In working ordor by tho cities, wheio plennnl In know t bat li Nililllc, completed and In operation, and Tho Cincinnati Commercial-thtoms named. They arc now nt time tho World's Fair is open for of tlie most heautitul nut! artistic & Pi. I.oiiIk llailroail ban arrng-ci- l con-same compnuy is now Ciiir.etlo refers to Kentucky as ouo of HATS AND BONNLTS lot ;itractlujr an Ico factory. And a of the nine States that hold dec- - work beyond the Ohiou, in the business." for their comfort a "Sieoiat Itspllit ever shown in this market. Tho large diilillory is said to bo nlso n ' lions this year before Novemlier. "Richwood" noignborhood, Dyer Naihtlllp, Train" ... . Memphis' big bridge, thrco Millinery for this season is so " a, ta leie SlIi, Anil union depot, .....1. .1.. wniiT I...I more county. y : him it 30 iiiiv run through to in., Mv iieiiiK niieuiuio .im iiiiiiik iu.iiii ma llllliw Inni. nml nnulltiiT il.'l 1)00 OIW) quaint and iutricuto that one can' ' will wo have the old August elec ' not tlcsciibc itn manifold beauties. AtUitla. (5t., ls Murfrtfihoro, .lultnble to distilling purposes. good quality, . nnriv ..n,..,,!,.,,,,! " 2r Wall Paper, ... ,....... abol- .i c.,.,1. i.' ...ii Lookout Mountain, Mlirlon HI Irc, i iw BOCK nuns' in the pluco to go tion. The now constitution ii j uriiio ri'i lull, in u 4.. v...i It mast bo 6oen to be nppreeinted turnip-seettir Go to Young & Bro's for There is no lino of goods that fol- Kcbnui Mountain, So, giving nnn-err- s 80N & C0'.H to hnvo your eyes tested and fitted ished that great day of n ilivlist'il i1ctur. through sowing, elder, glngorbrcud 11:20 fresh Groceries. lows so closely tho wnko of fash- eqno mountains lido Tcnntme lite lleor to Snoctaclea of nil kinds. 8:22 Mrs. Woosley, wiio hns been nnd of and watermelons. The memories Recently n bill passed tho ion; and ladles, the ucknowlodgcd li, pmilnK tlirouzli tin cne of ninre Since Kentucky has made tho ol every country boy of his llrst couduetiug ii revivnl in tho PresLegislature requiring all convicts followers nud lenders of such, will ban till lintile. of Ihe civil war, In 100,000 appropriation to hnvo August election day will ho had byterian church in Fulton for sev- In the First Superior Court Dis find in my Hue none but tho most rallroid being ho line of march of the :i aroditahlo Htato exhibit nt tho when ho couteuiphices that they eral weeks past, is meeting uitli two great rmle from Xnnhrillc to Allan loinui'Uiilile success, A each ser trict to bo sent to Kddyvillo in : approved French styles they ex- Chicago World's Fair, it would bo nro gone from us fnrover ."?"".. .'" 7."n ,?.' . 5 vice tho liouso Is packed with poi stead of tho Frankfort iifisou: but pcet and demand something new, well for eauh county tn suppleXV. It. A I- - A. sons ,er to hear her expound tho ""'"o Inw tloes not say what to uniM take pleasmo in saying that- ,riP) gl,Pl i0 return on orbotoro.May 17th. ment this by special county ex anil never within the .do with tho women. Last week a here tboy will find it. Kvery ef- Delrgatv frnm Mjn.ciiri. Kentucky, Wot hlbils of products, timber, minTh. rfjiiUr mitnllily rattling of lli tho Gosr In Nhlli0 on Trnntfuee houl,l arri IllcVinin tliilMing nl dan AnoeUllon history of Fulton has any one woman was one of nt prisoners fort.hns been mado to socuio for eral!, clays, Bgrlculturo, &o. MCih.or night of pi,. ustoiimrs n lino of Millinery "" """ All worketl up such an interest in n sent from Union county to the my occur 1 hut tijr nlitlil, 211 Innl. An esflhnngo wnnts to know ilu) mi 'I Inl.n-Kl-i raut t p.iil hy '2 p. in revival as hns this lady. Sho is Kddyvillo prison, but as that place Hint will both please ami attract. " "V" ,"!..,.n .."il' ivuiwt lldilli 'TWit VI rviimr vii follow A full whero the looso silver goes. It on lint ilr, or accompnnletl by her husband, and is not provided for taking care of Hopo each nnd every one will find nf,ir ii,roih, m we ha douhio dally lie ilocVliuMr in reinritril would tnke some time to iudlcato at Inst accounts there had been women, the warden refused to fromeiiiing to suit their luiitviiinni traiim making fai tlm toAiNm. from Milan, Its various destinations. If the Union City, conversions, nmong take her, und tho case was laid taste. 1 offer for your inspection MeinphiK,MoKentie,lluniholdt,Hock Junction, The spring girl, with nil her soventy-llvllnllow Marlin, contemporary wants to know how selection my Hats, Bonnets So. Kr further inforiii'illou gush of enthusiasm nml pretty, them somo of tho hardest hearted before tho Governor, who older-et- l addrcx W. it goes we enn answer tho ques- bright wnys, Is again with us. the wnuian to Frankfort ajid and Flowers. I. DANI.KV, 0. V.& r. A, NaihYilli;, As sinners of the town. tion In one sentence: Like buck- Faster is near nt hunt) sho will will recommend that the new law ADD IK L. JONKS. Ten n. wheat pnnnnkea and tnnplo sirup soon array herself In the most bebe so changed as tn compel all In winter fnat. WAXTKD ! women convicts to bo sent to Tins Is Presidential year. It witching of sensounblo costumes Our general reduction extends Frankfort instead of Kddyvillo. or 20 shares of stock In the would, therefore, do to keep nu Tho card of Mr. Mniirus Kb. nud stroll along our thoroughfares Asall over our house, anil includes orle, merchant tailor, appears in in the genial sunshine every y- - Beautiful Kmbossed Wall Hickmnn iluildinz nml Loan ,. i.. i. eye on tho negro exoduses. Kan ,. . . .. i ... H,'r,cs " "r l' l(,r "'"If" ' this Issue. Ho Is endorsed up an Uklalioinaanil I.lheriii mny bo n vision of loveliness nnd Carpois, Mattings. Oil Cloth, &c. Paper sitle. wall border and cell- - ,'"UU"I0 Bxamine tlieso pilot's: iiiiuriiwiii """ nut artistic cutter and export in his grnco. Tho season Is rnther inr. tn iniitnli nt U. U V'itv m" cash. Apply vniue win ueolllce. ' inn nnociive points,of thollio 3ortli ' M nt Courier catch tho bulk movers. trade. The community und genfor tho display of spring Tapestry Brussels, cash piiceC7ie; & OoN credit price, 7.1c. Tho main object is to make good eral trade needs n man of qualifi- dresses, but tho sun will como out ! all wool Throe Ply, cash price mil i:ru.vnn.i. associ urov NOTICE these States to the Itepnblicans cation in Ida Hue, and it Is tn be bye and byo anil give tho spiiug Best We; credit price, $1.10, To sell LOW, wo must buy for hy use of tho negroes, nud this hoped that tho peopln nml mer- girl n oluuiso. Two Ply, cash price, The nexl meeting of Hie Fiillnn County CASH. To do that WB MUST is all. Best chants will glvo him liberal I'Miiaatiannl will be t m Aaaooiailun 70c; credit pi loo, Toe. Tho Globo Democrat says: H AVK MONKV. We would kind t Mchool Ply, cash price, iiiIIm hnimn t Montiinmirv AdiiJrmvl four I.V USk nil Ohnrlos P. .Johnson, colored, wholKxtia Super Two of lllekiann, on jh lib Otir flicild.l, WllOIII WO Dr. S. K. Davidson Now Patterns wnnnrresiott in tho Third police' fir-- Seventy-fivG7jc; cretin price, one. Stiurday In thU month, nd pcryhody havo Indtilgetl, to come forward of Wall Paper nt 1). K. Wilson illstrlct Kntiirdny night for dlstur- - Cnlnii, casn price j.ip; cretin, ouc. are hulled to attend And p.ocUlly are mi Rctl)o has returned to Hickman nnd re,.(ou II t R. Front & Go's. i n ... sumed tho practice of his profes. urarti io ua iirreni .. a ,i,i- - .!... .f . at wv. ... in iik wiu peucu, iiiriin out in no Hemp, cash prico l.'i to lUcj credit nit(tonnrnl thing, Ihe oitlteni nf llio varloix r,V..l. W.. slot). Thoso desiring Dental I.... '.W price, L'O to --'ac. work Tho Cincinnati Enquirer Is ad- William Brown, nlias Walters, a credit. diitrlcta where llio AskicIiUou la hell can llnd vertising to glvo $500 for nu iden, wanted nt Hickman Ky., for Smith, Ki.mson & Co. tend lt meellnga ami frovMo well fur Hie Smith, Klt.tion & Co. street, him ut his ofllce, Clinton over Cowglll it We havo pcoplo in thin neck of break n i; jail nu September 21, jdipleil romfurt.ol all present, liutaeree Cowgill's drug store. Oov. Brown has been very it mora man nairnooirn tenliera are. tho woods who volunteer tn fur- ISJ0. Tho polloo or St. Louis YEAR. we teachrr iln not like If nish ns Ideas for a great denl less worn notified nt thnt time to look- kind to Purchase Democrats in etr preeenl. in our or(jnitMlnu and l Th. Connecticut Indemnity Allocation, more lulerct .,. ., . .1 af than thnt ninnnnt, nml we hnvo no out for Brown, whoso description the bestowal of ofllclnl appoint .I aterbury, (Jonneotleul, wania n ra MAUItUS I.. now draw , ,, w, ,oon jor'k liihle ngmil u every coiin'y nnd lawa In donbt that they would furnish our whs sent tlinm liy .laller llaukett, inents, but says ho must Morob.E-o.-- t longer tho lillO lllld COIIUneUCO "scatter- - n. tol hesrly welcome Kentucky, We glta liet Coiiiuiiselou big contemporary In tho city nil of Hiokiiiau. The Illckmnn were notified lust night illg," nud lieiICO DO Purchaso llem- - We would like in hare every teacher lii a onlraiH, wlih rrutw lnierel, so that good bit less HICKMAN, KY. aorta of Ideas for it raoleralo worker cin mako $l,&00 a than 500 n piece. Tho quality of Brown's arrest. He acknowl- oeral's uaino will appear on the '!' fo'iuty prcieni at th. ' nut meeting year with UK, IUie regular nnd Shop In I.tcledo hloek, Imrorteil ." ond, might not suit the big Journal but edges that ho la tho man wnutod, World's Fair Commission. One.Mint,h''""' will Ih) E'nl'y c,,,n '"7"1! I'ulletei gutrantepil. an (Ir't.oliM Trimmii(i, artlatlo Cutting, would bo par super- nud says that ho will return with- of tho Republican members mny tho quantity ftj. vttL n. cook, II. A. NUAI.B, norkaicu, Salisfacllon guar, "rite, out ii requisition. bo iintned from tlds suction. l're.'t of Aool.ulon. JUyfielJ, Ky. fluous. jutitil. l.loU': s LOCAL NEWS. rWnll Paper at I). B. Wm.- & Co'm. Tim blj; new liriilo over the MiMlMippI river at Meinplii will I... .... ....... I In . r.. III.. M... ID .. III! .... ii 'i .iii'ii.'ii if in..i. ELIJOS . QUZCrc & CO. 0-3L- a .'. A .S .. .. SAL3S AND -- Will l!iv I. 4'. Elultil ilu this Spring, .. - . . rrOlltSf Sr:itch !to:il? is much nicer than ever bought before, and wo will take pleasure in showing to all that call. A largo and vell-soluotcd OTHINCr, Stock of HKvSWMSaM Cases. TheBcBt l'hing Oat! Kvery Farmer Should Ilnve Onol Geufsr FitraisMag Goods', g -," n CASH GHOOERY - 'EEQW RELIABLE. OHAS. A. HOLOOMBE, Healer tn " I Gfesrpetg - DM, MEDICINES, PAINIS AID BTOIM, y, y, tor-m- .' IIICICJIAN, KY. Ken-t.wk- FRESH GROCERIES PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED, New Advertisements. Ymm & Bro., DUALEns I in-St- aple a ?' Ten-uesse- o Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON y W. S.JSLLISON. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Jiiljo 3 King-man'- ; A ftrT3T3VSY ia SONS. r Ciial-tnun- Itealdenceand oftce adjoining olhce, II AVK and Fancy 2o'JJ IN SUUANCJ3 OF AM. KIND8 GROCERIES FRUITS, &c., Clinton St.,'lat Door Eatt'of Laeleile Hotel. tjtf u-i- i. t J. 2 WHIT TUN OFFIIX, 11 Y HOlTSTEn, Hotel. KY. woter-work- I e 1 II I LACMIDU 11LOOIC, O K M A N, K Y. IIIOKMAN, KY. ' ' -- ... I ... Chtt-noog- d i. iJl!L b. HIOKMAN, mm nm.u u'rJiiiiUil i)lUW5ih, LIFE AND AOCIDKNT! T:hl As:;!' cf Cozipisiei . I I '. " r,' 1' ' tTdaI" Attorney - at - Lr ws Ofice, Clinton St., Uclede lllock Oentrnlly located. Convenient to Sat(Mior to 1. X. I)nl, Rivop Lnmling. Busses Cnll Regularly. Kvery AttenGeneral Insurance Ae'ts. tion given to Comfort of (iuests. D. I). UilYANT, Prop'r. FIRK, TORNADO, MAIUNK I H111- - It ""??:: ?,:;:;:::.!::, IIIOKMAN, KY. Will 'ie to o firoruptlj to alt limine. i care. rucliti'UO 1 a. wTWiMYT IIIOKMAN, KY. Pilo OFFICK OVEK HICKMAN HANK. HICKMAN, KKNTUCK Y. Cuts in Oarpcis! 1 uftei-noo- ..., -- SALE AND LIVERY STABLE - . . . . Oinccwiil.lt 8. Morrrll. FHYSiCAN AtJD SURb'EON MCKMAS Paris & Fakkei:. on band bnck-war- d KENTUCKY STREET I KENTUCKY - constant! KHETP auU fer I, 10 l , l OIFl;BnulU-'UC Ma Professional Surlce to of Hickman und vicinity HOUSES, DUQQIES and HACKS Hating pnrchaaed Ihe alatde, hori"' and eulire out&l of W. II. I'lupimer e aoillli-en- j - irni-iirr- ,0r J A. F. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, KKNTUOKY. )o( TllIAL when jon want nt p'opese to continue the builueie, uliclt ratronace nV hjickman 13. garble DRALKR l Works, KY. at- I JUGKM.iy, $1,500A I ..-- ,, ,;, ,,;'; lniiiiLE, Tailor, GIVK MI! A C. 11AMAGE. ( ,.,,,,,, . reaion-abl- e, I ArU-cli- MONUMENTS, IOMII ANli OKAVI STONES. AVINO In alock, fine lot of Common, ItD'wnod, nnd Solid lllack Wat ican nnd Italian Marble, I am nut Cflllinii tint t,aea, wlilcli cjii l fitted Call and exumlne up mi ali' l notice, inul at ruiMiuaule p.i red to fill all order my work. (rice, life ine n rail. Ordora from Ihe country I'tiwjitljr Mio near me jail. 5lkU. done, or rvpalra nu W'atoui', ic HuraclioeinR a epci'lalljr 1 nl ttcii full line of Italian and Amrhioan Maiium Undortakor'o Goodc, 4l rr An-er- ? for IUJV-J-- H tf -il .iiilsiatUaW-wmif ai ....' f ..L." ; , - L; -- L- .. c 11 iik&,ife te&Mxmthi&te C4 ,;V 'WiaJJt mirtEcs. '""Jl". iiimiiiiikwii 4 iiMpy-,iini,i- p. j..iHF.Aj.jrj sgsaMM<st $rKrry t? "TF" jf LOVE FOR HUMANITY A Strong Doslro Tor tho Highest Good and Host Welfare of tho World. GREAT WORDS OF GREAT MEH. the telephone, so that the development of th. sciences has been tho real cause cft.l modern advancement. We will take, for example, one dUrartment ' science, but the most Important i "virtment. One which affects our very tires nn fcapplncss. ronnctly tho treatment of humaa Ills was THE A Moat Boranrkabl Array of Out-pok- en Statements from Mon of Mark in Both Continents. INTERESTINQ FACTS AND FACES. need. Mankind has been nuflertnf, endurlnl, dyiflf from a came far Greater than small pox, more terrible than hydrophobia and more subtli thtn consumption. Tho habits of modern life, the Tcry inventions which hare made civilisa tion so great, hive araincu wo viiai lorces ut life and undermined the org ins that sustain life. Ten years ago this great truth was realized by a gentleman whoss own life was In sore Jeopardy, and mo uiscovery wnicn no ns giron to the world has done nnd Is doing more today to strengthen tho vitality, lessen suffere tho health nnd lengthen life thin ing, pn-scany of tho discoveries of tho other great men The discovery referred ta above mentioned was mado by Mr II. 11 Warner, of lloehester, N. Y , and U known In Kurop, In America, and throughout the world as Warner's Sato Cure. It mav ncrham be thought that tho nbove as sertion Is an extravagant one, and so It would be were not tho unquestionable pnuls present few yearn tho to verify IL Within the claims mado more thin Un years ugo haro been admitted by tho highest sclenttflo authorities, tutu In Europe and America, and It Is with i rjt Tho erator before Iho Sonne cslled this "an age of progress." He vcas tiroac. "Progress" docs not half express tt; It Is nn age of revolu-liodevolutions carried on, not by armies, but bj discoverers, Inientors and It Is a marvelous aire, an ago when the ordinary will not bo aefcplcd. when the bet Is demanded. Our irranilfather were content to travel In sts.ee. coaches, to llvo In cabins and We demand palace a mall onro a week. DUSTUUOTIVn FLOOD. farms III tlioToiiil.lnbef tullej lluiiiiliinrilIrcl'lstltn t'roeerillngn. -- Mouses I bull llosn Hie .IHer uesiruurittSKioiir April senate tlon of l.ireHiiil t'riiptrly Large. cprnr.1 up thN morning illh only eleven of ter f.ii t oiii-s- . MIhsl. Anrll IS. Tho illgnlfletl mcmlH-rprrsmt, nnd ihitnumWr' hever reached n iurrim. Te bill of the rtvl. cent heavy rains have swollen nil try cemmlsslon on ficsnnd sularles wai read streams In'thts section of the country to In full In giro the iitwntnn a clunce to ilrsrile known, and nitt In, but they tailed tenpixur Tho bill on action n point lttwer beforo enme up, nnd severnl nmendments were tie--f result tho destruction of life nnd proprated, em of which glo a right (.f action erty Is frightful. All farms iilonuMho ngtlnt ntll.nt to n man who had been sand TomblglK'e rlter valley hovo iiimn- tnipgru juage i.inimey moved to rcconildcr. wiisiieu awny, lie thought the senate was rattled, nnd did not dnno.1. liouM'Mif all kinds Intend to encourage by refusing till fencing Is gone, and cattle and mules iirowneti. luno the Met tn a right of netlnn. by hundreds houses huto pitted IloL'SK-O'Mesira Intrnlureil a resolution jitinv Ihutlng making II o revenue bill a melal order everv down Kiery nvtill-nbl- o tho ilier. day nt II o'clock until Us consldi ration Is coin. craft hen has Wen , day umi ur nooiis inrvo that tbo rrsolu'lon V'etrii carrying relieving the sitfTeri'i-sso that night lo nllowcd togooirrvntll mrmliers have lime to think the matter im out food and bringing In the doMlluto and his motion was adopted. The ways and people. On one small mound thero means committee rerxirlett a substitute for Mr wen" forty pcoplo, uud as many morv Hart's coal oil Inspector bill, which mikes the state Inspector a general supen lvr of the coun- c.ittle nnd mules. On another thero ty lnsiectors, who are nppolnlVd by the county wero seventy people and cattle by tho Judtrrs. The revenue bill wai thenlnVcnup hundreds. Tho Negroes on nil the low and discussed until the end of tho session. The lands h.ito lost everything on earth MiCaln totmcco bill, which every bndynar they hud, and thero uro huntlreds of will be a dead letter on the statute books, wa slgnel by both speakers and sent to the thein hero Wing fed by tlio city. governor The white people have Wen tttiablo to 1'iMNKronr, April & SkXAtK Tin- Sp.ild get a Negro to do any kind of work tolug flsh bill tame lip as a special order snd ward reviling other Negns's without s Ix-eis-eMr y - lCKaNTlTKY STATU NlVs. SETTING ON THE DOQ. w A Doc Traln-dtiirte- r. calities. When n boy In Nqw Kngland has occasion to "set" his dog upon any one or anything, ho exclaims, a a rule, "Stiff Mint Stlg Mm'." Tho New York boy, or the Iwy of tho West, generally sujs, "Slo Mint Ste 'ml" To tho Westci it toy tho command "Stlg Mint" sounds absunlj it provokes hit laughter; but Ids own command Is equally amusing to the New Knglnnd boy. This little difference Illustrates tho Wglnnlng of local dialect. Probably neither boy thinks of tho exact meaning ot what l.o says. He Is merely repeating words which ho has hrnrd others use, nnd which ho Is uro, from their frequent repetition, that tlie dog will understand. The boy who says "slo Mm" Is repeating a corruption, but one degreo removed, of the words "Seek him!" which re a very old command, "Stlg Mm" is u corruption one degree further removrd from Its orlgtnnl than Tht It Dons lly lloyt In Dirorent lo- I'ltOK DH. KOCH. nERMV Wz&i ?vF s 'IK 'A - Jl made a matter of superstition, of Incantation, the same lis It Is by tho medicine tneef the InGradually emcrgir:; fro-- u such dians blindness, U was attU a matter cf I rfotry, of folly. What pcoplo must Live Imagined. In thoss days can scarcely 1 They wero hlol. they were eurped, they were lechcd, they were subjeclcu ti er ry uovico whereby their Tltallty could l reduced and wonder their lhes endangered. It 1 iawt that tbe raco sun lved. DK. BEYER, OP WT7RZUURO, QKHMANY. -- tf srwZsClVttnS &i&rn V'7 ?yaMvci4&'a9&, ... f. Senator Worttum's amendment to strikeout In advance. S w as ri'ieetol This secllnn has refer p.i moot Tuohc NegrwH have Wen drowneil cine lo nh nets, and gies any erson llndlng At one stretched In a river authority to destroy It within three miles ot this city Some gentlemen offerel an nmeudmeni to points on the river below hero the loss strike out section a, uhu.h offers a reward cf 15 of life K very large. Tho railroads havo to Informers agalnl any one violating the "all train- - westward, nnd of tho act. Adopted, but a motion wa abandoned I heir trvs-tie- s enterel to rcconilder, and Jim Mulligan poke there are many w ushotitH. tn opiowttlon to iMs until tho bill was cut c 3 by ttr swept away, and all the roads another special tinier, the election bill. Senator damages, largo forces Miller muied to strike out artulo II, the locil hao it will Wn week Wforo trains will W option clause, and a lengthy debate followed. llorsr- - Hills Introduced To regulate the lia- running. Thero linn Wen no communibility of Insurance companies In cerutfscs, cation up to Monday with tho ouUtdo lo promote public school Interests In the ctlr of worlilslitcelast Wednesday. Thowittem Winchester an act relating to the state prk- 'O, have Ihvh rwedlng, but are1 iigtiln risto prevent the combination of deale.-- In let' toing. One reselling party was upel nnd bacco for thepurposeof raising fees, act ami three Negro Isiys lrownel fhree miles chirterof the town of rnnsi'k Christian county. The committees we then nWvo town. All tho others cllinlx-callctl for report Senator Alexander' but to trees and wero found. Another permit guarantee and trust eomianle i f her ? party was upset, and sient tw stales to do business In this stste, by uoipll-su- e hottrs In the trees. with the laws governing similar eorornlrs s t cuty-thtts- WILLIAM EDWARD KOUESON, M H CS I., IK. Q.C.1. Late of the Iloyal Navy of England. AX?.j. y. 7 & &z&Ui g&&&& &uts tysdCt, tuts jl (vatsieier 4u4, '2W M &U&, jVO jCatsiLc -- &1&6JujU A-. pleasure that wn present herewith soma re markable reproduced statements, together with the faces of the men who mado them. Kidney troubles, resulting far too often In Drlght a disease, are the great evil of modern life. They frequently come suenuy ana unan nounctd. Their prcsenes far too often Is cot realltcd until their treacherous fangs have been fixed upon the vital portion of life. ;oRilcg can bo more deceptive, fcr their symptoms are varied In nearly every Instance. Thousands of persons have been tbclr victims without ream lng or knowing what It Is that afflicted them. y who do cot Thousands are suffering know the cause. following outspoken words, however, The show what wonderful things this great remedy has done; Ohio Mr George A. Tagtls. Chllllcothe, "Kor several years I suSersd terribly with kidney trouble. I tried everything recommended, but could get no relief. Warner's Sate Curo re stored me to health." Mr. L. 8. Twining, Oranvllle. Ohio: "I bars used Warner's Safe Cure for Rheumatism and hare received great benefit from It." Mr M. McCarthy. South New Lyme, Ohio: "Five years ago I was troubled with Kidney Disease, lost 85 pounds In weight, and was not expected to live. Three bottles of Warner'a Safe Cure cured me." Mrs. Ellis Guiles, Camden. Ohio: "Four years ago I suffered from Hemorrhage of th Kidneys, our doctor advised me to take War- - i -- .r- I f f t ears, tatteful'homes and dally communication with the world. It is the rapid transit age; the age of the telegraph and the tekphor.c. A man peaks to-dand the entire world reads his morning. Tncro oro but words twenty-fou- r hours In the day, but forty-eigh- t nrc crowded Into It hours We all know how we have advanced materially. Do we realize how we bars adi anccd scientifically More than In any other manner. Indeed. It baa been the advancement in science which has caused the advancement in material things The discovery of steam permitted the railroad and tbe steamboat. The development of electricity made possible the telegraph and There has been an absolute revolution in the practice of mcdlclno and in the treatment of human ills. Instead of underciclng the vital forces by cupping and bleeding, the vitality Is now sustained in every posiltte manner. Instead of tearing down we seek totuUd up. Instead of increasing misery we seek ts create happiness. Hut tho greatest advancement in medical science has been made by discovery Harvey could aSord to endure the ridicule cf the world for revealing to it the grand dLovry of the circulation of the blood. Jenner might be ostracized, but millions have benefited ty his discovery of vaccination. PaMeur lived in a more enlightened age nnd escaped r!dlci while the world received the benefit which hij djcoverles havo brought. Koch, although forced to reveal his discovery before its perfection, will be revered by future generations. The discoveries of these great men have been of untold benefit to the world, and yet they were not in tbe line of the world's greatest DR. CIO LEWIS. DR. R. A. GUNS, Dean ' the United States Nnllcal College, New York, and Editor of the Medical Tribune. Jhu aco&SUf ner's Safe Cure, which I did, and It complete! cured me." Miss Allco Dowers. Wlnfield, Ohio! "t was troubled with Dynpepala for six years, was nervous, and could not sleep. Tho pain in my head was go Intense, that my hair turned gray although I was only lo years of age. Warner's Safe Cure completely restored mo to health." Mr. J. IL Del'oy. Editor Witkly flueiew. Lecsburgb, Ohio; "I have used Warner's Safe Cure and can testify to its good effects. It cured me after doctors haa given me up." Mr. T. II. Mllhaus, Hebron, Ohio: "I regard Warner's Safe Cure as the bestkidney medicine In ae world. It was a gTeat success in my case. My wife thinks it Is the best blood medicine manuMCturou." Mr. D. V fehrlner, Editor BHola Oattttt Chllllcothe, Ohio. "I haro used Warner's Safe Cure, and but for Its timely uie, I verily bellevo I would hvo t rn In my grave, from what doctors term Urlght's Disease." Mrs. S. E. Karnes, Amanda, Ohio: "I was cured of n serious kidney disorder by use ol Warner's Safe Cure." The discovery made by Mr. II. II. Warner has been ocknowledged throughout both to be tho only discovery for this great modern evil now known to tbe world. Uke all great discoveries, it has had its enemies and met wllh opposition, but Its marvelous popularity with llio publlo lias been phenomenal nnd by ecientlsts its eomploto acknowledgment deserved. I and the professions las been standi, ns It deserves lo stand, upon at lane of unions all promlwnt tils n Its own, covi rles for iho reli'f of humanity and the if boplnrrk with the expression of that It ought to pins. The World's fair U was then dlscuoed, but no action was taken rtiAssi-oiiT- . Arrii , sxnatk. Mr VMtr offered an amendment tn the rules toc'jngo tho time of opening tho senate to 10 o. a. The bpllllng Bsh bill then rame up, and the vl noxious amendment adopted )esterd.iy waH. !el. It wasdlscoiered, howeter, that there 'onot enough votes present to carry the bill " the emergency rlause, o the friends of ths I i allowed it to tie cut ofl by the election bia shlch came up ns a special order The fin"' Ing pending on the election bill wns Mr X er'a motion to strike out a tide XIV. the at .eon a yea local option. The motion was adopted nnd nay vote of 13 to The senate hco adjourned. House Mr Harlow Introduce,!' a blf'y permission, entitled an act to regulate th' ale of leaf tobacco by the public warehousemen flhls dls commonwealth The World's flr bill cosset! at length, after which a motion to extend session until the World s fair bill sdls-lowethe of, was made and carried. KmsKroKT. April T SiKATt-- A ccir.munl. gave cation from the auditor was read the amount paid ta assessors In tbe fate for some 1 mf back. This was tn ret uc to a In ISJ this amounted 'a Joint resolution and In Ins) to I MAW The bill ta ndlng the charter of tho Ohio Valley Turn e Co. was read a third lime and passed Senator Stewart's school book bill was mad-- a iprclal order for April 13, and from day to day The election bill was then taken up, and the senate reconsidered that part of the bill providing that the polls still be doted at t p. m , but after some time had been consumed, the etten was passed over without anything deQtite taring been done. Horse. The World's fair bill passed this morning by a much larger vote than ffn Its, friends had anticipated. The Wilson te phone bill will not come it fore the committee a municipalities until next week, as Mr. WljkB was unable to be present FrtA.NKroKT, April . bill Sxkatc-I- Il II, to author) te Iho levy by fiscal pours of a poll and ad valorem tax for the purpose of pay-la- g outstanding Indebtedness, was pas-rwith an amendment proildlng that no tai of this kind ahall be Imposed for the purpose f taking up railroad bonds. The committee on jnmlgra tlon and labor reported the bill creatlr - lie offlce of District Inspector of mines, with ve expression of opinion that It should pass. Tie blU on attorneys, ele , was recommitted to the committee on general statutes. The house bill levying a turnpike tax In Montgomery county was taken up and passed. Motion to reconsider the bill passed repesllng an act creating the once of lond commissioner In Johnson county was with-drawand the bill now goes to the governor. llofsa- - Hills Introduced To prevent the pol lutlon of streams, to amend section of the rode of practice on "Liens on Mechanics,'' to promote good roads in the commonwealth, to regulate entries and competition In contest of horse treed on courses in this Commonwealth, and to prevent what it called "ringing:" committee on state prisons and house of reform reported Mr Co. the Uatley'a bill to allow the Mason-Foaruse of one hundred convicts outside tho walls. with expression of opinion that It wss uneonstl tutlonaC and should not pass. FRAXKroiiT, April . SrsaTt House bill tl, aulboiiilng fiscal courts to levy a poll and ad valorem tax tor county purposes wis. patsed. Petitions were read In favor of thj bill creating the offlce of assistant Inspector of mines The committee on Internal Improvements reported the bill to make lllg Darren rtver a lawful fence favorably Same reported, with the same ex presslon, the house bUl to amend tbe road laws The bill from the revisory commission entitled an act relating to clerks was recommitted to the same committee. A bill from the revisory commission on contribution was passed, alter a long discussion and the bill was "clinched." An set to provide for conU in certain cases was given a third reading and passed. House. The committee on county and city courts reported favorably Mr. Cough's bill amendatory to tho .bill allowing Logan county to retire Its railroad Indebtedness. Calendered Mr Halley presented the communication offered yesterday from the Mason Fourd Co. this time signed in due form. It will be spread on lb Journal Committee on rules reported with' unt expression the amendment offered to the houso rules, fixing the hour of meeting at a. m , and It was adopted. Mr. May then called up the bill to suthorlie a levy of a poll and tax, as amended by the senate. Motion was made to recommit on the Judiciary and a roll-cal- l being demanded. It carried In Kentucky, li IT COSTS TOO MUCH. The rnipnsrd Inereissr itf Kuiirlli.t 1st rottniastrrs' salaries. Wasiiimitox, April IS. At the post oftlec department a roiort has just Wen completed upon the bill recently Introduced In congress to pro Ido In u measure for tho iiualitation of Kirtlculnrly of salaries, masters' Its particular tho smaller offices. was fixing provision fi us tho lowest limit of tiny salary for any postmaster. The bill is Wing ivatehod w ith tho deepest Interest by the great army postmaster From tho of fourth-clas- s general tenor of the repot t made by tho post oftice department It does not appear that the olllri.ils favor tho measure. Tho report statt it would cost kt annum to carry out tho provisions of the bill, and that sum must bo added in ease? tlio bill Uh'uuio n law, with the post ofllcn appropriation bill for tlio next fiscal year. It shows that at present 47,000 txistmustorH receive no annual compensation of levs than ondS.OOO get less even than 1100. On.' United States poNtmastcr in North for tho past Carolina broke fho year by getting tho salary of ss rents. ist. Rough On Oay Married Mtn. CoLUMnrs, O., April 13. Ono j most rcmarkabto bills of the svsslon was Introduced by Mr. Tuylor, of Guernsey county. Tho intent of tho bill is to make mattvni uncomfortable for gay married mon who like to shine around young girls. The bill provides as follow s. He it enacted by tho general assemby of tho stnto of Ohio, that any person, Whig a married man tn the statu of Ohio who shall slnglo fraudulently pretend to W man, and make proposals of marringo to any girl or unmarried woman, or repeatedly call on or keep company with such female, upon such false pretense that ho ts eligible to matrimony, shall W deemed trullty of a crime, nnd, upon conviction, W lined not less than MOO nor more than and imprivmod In tho penitentiary not levs than ono year nor moro than three years. Body Bnttchtrs Com to Orlef Kl.YltlA.O., April 12. Two men named Stevel and Maplu wero urrentel on ti charge nf body snutchlng. Of late tlvu of tho Isslics haro Isven lifted from tlio pair houso cemetery, and when the parties left town with ropes and tackle and n lsx they wero watched by ShcrlT They secured the IsmIj- - of n mon named Clark, who died Wforo Christmas, crowded it into n Ixn.iind on their arrival hero were taken In charge. Tho young medstllT was for n ical student In Cleveland. well-know- n Kn-sig- n. April 12. rhesuporator In the nsl department of Oliver's Seventh street mill blew up Monday morning, seriously scalding three workmen, Jns. HiHlgers, Michael lloss and Dennis Their injuries are not fatal. TlTTSiit-itoiiDon-nova- , Scalded Three, M 'fcfcWu! &LL s&wbte JstOWAs 1'ISKVIU.i: has counted Its population up to 1,434 and wants a placo In the cities. flf M. S. Tfck has Wen appointed iost-mast- er A 1'iK-lk'- r t.luut 31lcrocoic that an electric regulator automatically opens a vulvo nnd allows a drop of thu upon thu metal acid to escape in n to be cooled; tho liquid immediately evuporates nnd produces intense cold. Tho whole cost of the Instrument is vtaid to bo nearly iCJ.OOa I'all Mall ' Tlie phybli'M optical Institute, of Munich has under constnutlon nn enormous microscope, for c.hll)ltion.at Cliicnpo in 1M'. It will mnjrnlfy to 10,000 tlluniPtiTh, or, us ordinarily fitted, to 11,000 diameters An electric light of 11,000 c. p. is to burned for llliiminut- litlj the itunge, which Is to ho projected on u screen. Ah tho heat from this powerful light would drrango tho focus by expansion of the metal, an ingenious device is used to cool the metal. This a mnll copper cylinder with lUiiild car- bonio iteld under n pressure of a0 Ibi. to tho wjuaru inch, it Is connected with thu microbcope in such u manner Uudpet. r i IN 'TV f Jiut They Don't Umi tlie MS. Tom Do tho editors generally usu your Jack (aavagoly) Yes, tho contributions of stumps. Tom Indeedl , What do they they uso tlieni for? Jnck Why (o return th? contribui ne. yMkjcIJlJx) -- A Novel Horn. A couple of De-- Tho Turn of the Tide. "ITio Dunhams haven't been able to go Uj osum-mc- r troit real estate men met on Woodward resort for two yeans, and thu pirls avenue tho other day, "Did you hear haven't had n decent gown to their anything about that new houso CoL backs lately, but 1 guw they'll bejfln to Windy is going to build?" usUcdone. put on style now." "Jiou's that?" "Old "What house?" "Why, ho told mo Dunham has just failed." N. V. Tress. he was going to build u houso thin season which would bo something entirely Witcin Ills Gcncratlon.Tapu," she novel." "I guess it will bo novel," diswhUpered boftly, "why don't you glvo other vigorously; "purely a lionry some encouragement?" "llccause, sented tho work of fiction." Detroit Krec Tress. my dear," answered tho old man, "1 don't want to interfere Then Ho Troposcd. Cora, I don't Your mother Is chief discourager of hesitancy in this think you and I ever marry. Jake nincti."-N- !Y. (too timid to propose) Why.dear? "Jte-- u Herald. use. tlijnk, us this is leap year, I A truo Woman.- - Jack What Is should you thu proposing, nnd I can't do your idea of a trim woman? Harry S, Y. HerOno who will Uiss her rititl on tho way maku up my mind to do It." to keep an appointment with niansho ald. " asked "Arc j on tho has hired t Udl the Ml tit thu hour of S'patts, ns ho took his seat In thu chulr. her rivnl's wedding. -- N, y. Herald. "Yes, Mr." leplled thu artist, "you An Honest KiTorU "John," bald the don't siti u chiropodist' igu hangiUg minister's vlfc, "how many inoro times up In thu shop, do you?" Kintth, Gray oro you going to recite that nennon of it Co.fc Monthly. yours?" "Don't bother mo, my dear, if "Kr-d- o you A Mutter of Address. you please,"' ho returned "I nm practhink It truo that lovo goes wheio It li ticing what I preach." jf, Y. Sun. sent?' "J suppose so If It Is piopcrly -- It Turned thu expressed " InillaiiapolU Journal. litnr you uro running tin account with Itlcntluul Likes. Vom I llku hei Sllmson & Co. Is that to? Hordup Hardly. I tried to, but thouccouoi U eyes. J nek uyes? Ye, aotlol. flow runn'ng me, Uojvob Potfe Vnkeo Ul(' -heud-barbcr?ThWc7-'fouson-I nt Kichardsvllle, Wnrrcn county. WlM.IAM Wood, In jail nt Iouisvllle on suspicion, proves to bo tho murderer of Wllllum Ilottoms at Chicago ten years ngo. Tiik following patents havo been granted Krntueltlnns: John W. Oreene, Louisville, grate; ItHianl A. Matsbnll, Husscllvllle, clevis; (ieo. S. Majcwoll and J. Clark, Jr., Louisville, automatic railway switch; llradford AUUrrgor, Muniivllle Covington, gas burner; Thuin, r.otilsvllle, safety cut-ouTub United States court has cor noted I'ii Mulholluml, for extracting a registered letter from tho post olllec. Tub following post oftlces were in Kentucky recently: Held Mills, r,nrue county, Kllen Held appilnted postmistress; Sage, Itussell count O Willis, appointed postmaster. A iiKMontATH- paper will soon make its appearance in London. n DlM'IM.KhiiM had two colored for the past two years. A nrrPOT.li deposit of silver ore has Ixen discovered near Smlthlanil postmasTiik following fourth-clas- s ters were appointed a few days uro C. Alexander, t'uster, Hrccklnrlilgei mntyj It. C. Harbison, Kowyer, llarreiie unty; J. 1). McKnlght, Tint Hock. I nlnskl (Ircen, Harnett, Ilreenl.irldge county; t. tab-llshl,e-ind-er rutin-cllmc- Hai.timoiik, April 12. RoWrt P. When a man Is looking for a wife, America's champion swimmer, will he wants an angel; but when ha goes accept "(ills," Sanderson's challenge to to housekeeping, he sometimes says ugly swim one to ten miles for stakes of K09 things because ho didn't get u cook. i to $1,000 and the championship. THE MARKETS. Beat Ont Ills Wife's Bralni. CisiiKftTi. .lAt'Ksov, .Miss., April 12. With nn : hi 1 M Iron poker James Scott, colored, of this MVKsvrOCK 1 M f I I) Choice llulehers city, Wat out his wlfu's brains. After IICXJS, Slo Hilt I .tl ft I m flood nurrowly escuplng a lynching, he wa MIKK.l'-fJn- odpickers . 1 ,S & 5 ftl tochokr . f.AMItv-iiutcbelocked up. ... tin ( 'O KM)t;il-Vln- trr I'amtly. ... 3 11 rtl 7U rest WllEAT-Nl , UIIAI.V Ocn. Sweeney Dead. t No. J rrl M Nkw Voiik, April 12. llrlg. lion. Tluw, Corn-N- o. Imlinl tt Si ir. W. Sweeney, V, S. A., retired, died at Oils So S mlteil n s lljo ts his lata residence, 12l Trnnklln street, HAY- - N'o.3 lo I.'SS BIJJs choice I'rlmn Astoria, at 11 o'clock Situd.iy night. II 7 ftHTS . imo ftnro PKOVISIONS-Met.iwII The Huntington ladorit mentt, rk lt CiO ft il In Uird Prime stcsitiL Drtr.MiiE.v, April 12. Jlr. Hoi.l. .Mr. ry. . IS (t I who Is John Huntington's rrlmeloiholeecreamery.... 'Jt & W I ?S X S nerbbl. . now In this city In connection with tho Al'I'I.V.S-l'rlm- e, er I SI ft I M POTAIOHH-I-bbl alleged forging of his NKW VtlltlC. indorsement tn certain notes, had no ri)im rair to advices from Cleveland, ()., regarding li'. I i No. J red 1SH Iho status of alfnlrs then'. Ho says M S' new that, no matter what comes, Mr. Huntiol :M4& .ISS lOIIK New mesa will not pay the forged notes. 1110 All M ington Ma-ge- e, ttle-Commoi.i The Rival Swimtu-- n. which wos varied by tho use of "so" It "So tako html" Trout this to V take lilm," was an easy step, and the Companion. more easily pronounced "sttg Mm" was I'ulillo Hilmolt In Western (lilts. tlie next corruption. The wonl "so" Is often used ns a kind In no city In the west Is there n slgu of Intrusive expression In ult sorts of that publlo education will not remain commands to animals. Trobably the tho most costly branch of government, apparently unmcanlngexprcsslon which Thero tiro tvo wn to lisik at such n Is often used In urging on a dog, In the condition, tint, In my opinion, tho two eastern part of tho country, "StcWy!" waysnro. uct what they are, commonly Is no moro than a gretty compressed supposed to W. One way should W to nd corrupted form of "So tnko 'em lock with ruvv on tho ilch, who tints boy!" although Kmerson seems to haro may Mini their children to school for looked upon It as nn abbreviation of e'irlit ipais, while tho poor, who must "lltstl a boy!" put their lltllo ones to work at tender Tho farmer, by the way, Is very fond ascs, f.xit the greotcr part of tlio cost. ratling his nulmnla "boy." Ho says, The other way might well W to comf "Whoa, Isiyl" nnd "llo on, boy," to his miserate tlio poor who are deed veil by horse; but It Is worthy of notice, thut ho sentimental clap-traInto liillatltig the ever calls his horse "boy" unless be comii.Jtt-schoo- t system In such a manfeels In a good humor with It. Tho ner t nt at last their share In Its benessord It alw ays to W regnrded as a com- fits becomes microscopic Julian lUlph' pliment or expression of infection. Mug.ulno. la Often tlio possessor of a dog does uot lion's Thltl tiso tiny sot phrase In commanding his We ifTer One Hundred Pollart llewttd ntmal to attack. Ho may say, "Catch t Caiarrh lu.it cau nut bo far r him!" or "(lo for him!" or "Solio html" curea br iaso I'uUrrh Cure. 11. ill i clso which ho chooses. It ("iiKxer eV f.t , Traps , Toledo O K or anything W the iiud'Tt'itmsi, have known T, J is well known that tho command to at lllevo Che for the last l tack ts the one) which a dot; most csslly blm porfo tiv rrnnrabls)cars, andbusluett I In learns'. Almost anything will serve for tram lOllons and tli.aiiOUlK atilo lo catty ol Icationa made by tlielt Ann the purpose; for most dogs, at we are To. Wet truly told, "dollffht tob.uk and bite," ledo K Trun. Whol..e O. Wal.llru, Klnnan rV Martin, Hut they also delight to cWy; nnd no Wti ,eial f)i uceltls, TolAlo, Ohio properly trained dog will attack withlit i s iKIJirru s urs, is uinrii inicii-siii- , out a command, except on his master's sell , directly uh lbs ttloosl snJ uiucout tjrf e ef thsalem. TrteoTJ' er lKt premises at night. llo, 'oldbyallilruirKttls Toitlmoolalr fres. Ujr a seeming perversion of terms, the command which most naturally signiIt esn't f.'II.Mv tlitt s wan tt a ehlrv fies to attack, "Charge!" has come to cdls liecautehe nit the corn front Hie foot of i. hill -- blag ismtoi Isader mean Just the opposite thing, namely, to llo down. A lilteliarte nf Cannon Many owners of dogs, In onter to renper Close In the ear could Urn dl a der tlio animals useful to themselves ton i ' tent vo nerves iimh-- arils than the only, train them to oWy spcclcl com- tlar u tij . t door, tlo outcry of uiluld, mands, Invented by the master. A ease the at'liiot n tieavy ehlilo over a eobb'e is known In which a man taught his dog ttoneoavcuint,tho walling of snatihruallo o Quiet nud atreugUien to oWy In reverse order, an It were. baclorcan. nerves with llestsiur't Btomach When ho said, 'Come here," th dog Ult'ert, and you can brave uoy hubbub IndlfttUco. a fecund nlia tranquillity d ran oway, and "Oct outl" wa his cai is of nerveusnest. Is bsnlhe. by the to the dog to approach. MP era. Ho ar rnatarlont, bilious snl No dog can be regarded at of much klJaer oooiplalntt, dsbtltty and rheutas. use unless he understands and oWys at tit i. least term commands, namely) "Here," fellow never rsU lo see the Umt for "Come here," with which every til r linii-- until lie rtlt above the cloud. young dog's education should begin, C iimbus Post nnd which is the most linjKirtntit com1usK.ulh Wett Land ft Investment Jour, mand of alt; "Slo 'cm," or "take 'cmi ' ns a carefully edltnd and thoroughly rs "charge," or "lie down," "heel," or fol U le mmithly Journal, (Hibllthtd ta tile th South west and essUllj of low close Whlnd; "go home," "get out,' T. and "don't touch " Youth' Com el tat. will tie mulled for six monlht frrsiot irire iipun mpll albmtoK II I'siksr. No panion. Wt'htttmitSt.Hi toult, Mo Thopi-e nUlnsmuehvsliMbtelufsrmallon tathoss Concerning Car Horses. iruiplallng tltlllnic er sotiltnic la th "Car horses romo from tire uttermost .th west, write ami obtulu a copy. parts of the earth," remnrked tho seen who Is only half baked tary of ono ot the big city car compnti Iris tho les during a discussion of that variety o' that generally jets "nustod." Yorkers bui,etmun. steed, "and at a rulo we pay one and fifty dollars per head for them. When .Valuta This la our limit, and in buying a how N es.lt assttuooe It may be Wtl to render tt his age, if he W In good condition. Is n t rmmplly, but esbonU rernembor Ui me remedies only when a matter of much consideration. Tins even th nmti i feet nnd '11m best most simple and is explained by the fnct that a car hor--c net)rL is the H,i rup of Vf. manu- semis nevrr lasts moro than two years, w line nciuirsi uj IMS v smalm r itf njru(, i,g, some of them pound to pieces on the Men will the ground sglrl wallu cobble stones in six tnontkv When -n if alio they are thoroughly worn out we sell llcayune. bat tool corner lota X O twenty-liv- e them off nt to thirty dollars apiece I f the purchaser is a sharper he Jin A IL I.troRiii, ltottnn, Mast puts tho Wast out to grass for a month's ortlerrd and dtstitbute.1 one doren larce Ilriklvcrotlne rest, and when next seen in public that bottles with Leatlaeke, ainoiiK Inniy f nds af flic overy rase It and horse tunis up at a horse auction where bat nflordeil almost isttnntnneout telisf. he is warranted 'sound, kind nnd true.' "I wisuOcorire , oukl beruioJ of hit InThis Is nulto an ancient trick with dlv fatuation for "1-him marry crs gentlemen whollvo by their wits, ' her " -- Kpock litnau." N. Commercial Advertiser. II P. Au.cs Co .SrBCatialHt., New York, Wife I wonder why little Dick arusolonffenls In the I'ntted Htates for cents u Imi. 1'illt. doesn't come home. I want him to run on lots of errands. Husband Doesn't Tiik Himo when a simian bat no mercy It ho know It? Wife Yes. I told htm tvhen tho gels a tnntue In a trap tiara's he went to school. Husband tw ho Hern. was onco a boy himself) You might I'.iruiJIosi of CohrIiIiik are flopped by have had moro sense Hale s iloliAy c J Horcbeund S'"l lor 11ko'Tootliaibollroii Cure In ono minute. Mrs, Dtx These clubs must W very A win may be laotern Jatve.1 and jet hit unhealthy places. Mrs. Hicks-W- hat makes you think so? Mrs. Ulx My fare never 1'k'bt up Kailon Kreo Prctt. husband says they wottldn'tlrta man in unless he had tho grip, N, Y. Herald. o p Ha-pe- "sic Mm." It Wgan with "take him," There died recently at Lowestoft, Dntflnnd, ono who Is spoken of by the loc.il preiJi as "a very popular member of tho stall of tho Great Knstern llo was a black nnd tnn collie dog, and ho wns not npKitntod to the "ignition" which ho held by tho oftlcers Alof the company, hut by himself. though solf.Rppolntod, time nnd habit btvught about hit recognition a" asr sistant at tho Lowestoft stntlon,v Through realdenco at tho sintlon ho had acquired nn Instinct which told him tho exact tlina at which ciuh train should start from the ter-n- i it" on Its journey. As tho moment tlritv near, tho colllo became restless an I excited. As tho Wll uttered Itstlrst warning sound, ho would scamper down the platform, mid, planting himself cli'su to tho engine, bark furiously until he saw the wheels Wgln to move. Ha vlng nucmpllshrd tho starting of the train, us he sitpposed,ho would rush to the guard's cr conductors run, and hurry the conductor to his ost As the train pasted out of tho station he retired and wasscru no more until, the time was iic.tr for another trnlii to start, Youth's rati-wav- ." trnln-startr- mm is htH'lt, InhlS IJS iron, ami Tbs Illiln Son Siove IwUh ins tttt, pulsDlft, tnntiiiii c,i-.tntjor sitts i trtai i'w I CTih".l&73S,ri. um b nreeiwn and rsis.js.hith HBasl i I 1 " li lirlHlsnmlw - i Consumption curies off many of its, victims needIt can be stopped lessly. sometimes cannot. ; sometimes it cruel to raise false hopes as it is weak to yicldi to false fears. There is a way to help within the i each of most who nro thrcntenetlX.CAKr.FUL living and Scott's Emulsion of It is .ns cod-liv- er oil. Let us send youVa book on the subject ; free. ScerrA Uo Ntw S'wk. ell VesrdrV(ilulMrssii'tultlMiftadr - t, Oitmi.it, tjiSeuiksinAttau. ., lrttc " tlliliu.cuutvvrroHtrsiis. Ji " ts "German Syrup ett l)rutsi, I must say n word as to the efficacy of Gentian Svriin. I havo used it in my fatuity for bronchitis, the result ot Colds, with most excellent success I linvc taken it myself for Tliro.it Troubles, and have derived p,ood rcMtilu therefrom. I thercfoic recommend it to my ucigh Iwrs as an excellent remedy in such cases. James T, Durcttc, ljarlys-vill- e, Va. llewnru of dealers who olTeryoii "oomcthit r justas good " Always insist on luting Uojclicc's German S) rup 1 ELY8 CREAM BALM is roiiTH TOA.IVTtAM Woman or Child Catarrh WffTxM S500 super-ttLiltiv- coni-ti.au- riilsi tnm CATARRH Not a Liquid otSnutl. PlAY-FEV- ER lb I. I'ii A c 0r ptrilelttitrplltdi .jestssottibylasAltafis sWthtiV titer "ail kl.r oil. I fttlis, tiVtri to si h'tw Ta, BUNTING When you buy Flags you want tlie best Government Standard is the best; the largest flag dealers in the U. S. are G. W. SIMMONS tt CO., Oak Hall, Boston, Mass. Dealers in Military Uniforms. Wrile for a Flag Catalogue. It-- r hur-dre- jh-- FLAGS Kennedy's l, 1 ,i)s Medical Discovery Takes hold in this order : tl i. e Liver. Kidneys. Inside Skin, Outside Skin, that PtWini errrjih o Bowels, be pat. before It oujtfct U Tow know whether you. need it or not. Bold by DONALD KENNEDY, ns. IIOMiritV, .V .vtrr Jru;lit, aaJ mandtactar.4 br OOLO MEDAL. PAIIIB, 107a wTllAKKIl&ro.'S' 'Sro Breakfast Cocoa firasLlclilli.tictsiof cU It bst beta rtrooird, nktsfiifefi iii re nnd tt tt tolut.tt. .inlll , A - Itaiw rs -- u.3 MpAj C0Y til I Lunij-ncri)fiila- ;! iif lll'ITKIt-fholreilil- father-in-law- 's ... in aim t'jft vj COIIS'-Nalnil- ieil, Oats-ml- I.AItli-Wrnl- rrn steam . Died In a Chair. 12-l- A I'oht orrit has Wen estal .ml at I'lat, Wolf county, and 'Sttitv Kocli uppoiuU'd sistiiiast(r, A lace will 1h tritteil for ut I.M.tlugtoii the coming summer. u great ,ti- for IIk.Mii.iihin', iiln-ailmaking lioiulny, will soon hiue o'ni-Ho- n another mill for m.iking tt in.olv Ingnn imestinent of StM,00o ml 'urn-lu- g out 'i.oua bariels of homiu a il4y. Tiik colored people of ,i Ir'ton K jounty. '. 'i osed cause. LAIIU-Sle- ain llAI.TIMOItl'. Chilians Bee Blaine. Wasiii.noto.n, April 12. Messrs. Juan Kflim-rain- uy a L Makeiina and .lullo II. lVplnosa, of Corn Mlsod Chili, liad an intervlow with Itluluo Monday, tho character of which l'OKK-M- ess quality can not W ascertnlneil. lliey wero pre- CA1TI.K-Klr- st .. . .,: sented by Mr. (Soorgo Asta lturungo, IIOJS INDIANAPOLIS. if tho Chllhtn legation under Vcn-tur4 former regime. ,..,... Corn Na t CMtsNa It. Democratic. Convention Hill. VI CilfOAOo, April 12. Tho llrst hhoveb KUltllt WinterLOUIS LMl pilent tn of earth was turned .Monday in tlio UltAIN Wheat Ni work of erecting tho Democratic N.i. ,, ..., tioual Convention hall 'in tho hike I'OIIK-Mefront. According t j contract tho strue, ttiru is to 1st completed Wforo .III no 5. OHAlN-Wlnvit-.- Vo. l I.AIIII-Knntied. Cnrn-Ml(Utt-Mlieil IticuuoMi, Ind, April filnsN. assistant city engineer of this city, was found sitting in u chulr dead Heart disease is tho stip- Monday. hirl ('. CHICAGO. ... 8 W I'I.OI) (HtAlN-Whitkt-- Winter iratents 3 red No tChlcuiro sirlng Corn-N- o 3 , OattNo.3 II Nii. i : POIIIC-Me- ss t Ml ITcadt of (llsctio Roll kf Crseers tttrrwatrt. Dr. Pierce's Golilcn Mea-ici- l Discovery. In a vrny, that you W. BAKER & CO., DorchMter, Mas. can understand, too, by purifying When you'ro wrak, tho Mood. ' dull and langiiitl, or when blotchcn TIONAND PORTABLE t lmt'n tho and ertijilions appear tlmo to tako it, no matter what tho Reason. It'll easier to prevent than WmTfiroshcrs andfforso Powers, to have to cure. BBBlVrlt. forllloitrattJCslsloiut. nulltj Frss, For all iiiRcnRcs canned iy a tor i M. RUMELYCO.. LA PORTE, IND. pid liver r.r impiiro blood, Dynpoj)- - . irtuitiuiminnwianss aia, ISilioimiesH, Snrofulnn?, Skin, or A brliht.tntntrtlenitacr B .omtntalr.ftiiUt lb. Scalp Disv.KCH oven Coiuuimntion VCflll I ante m tier tor ta titlcU tkal Is nteieU la rvsrr ), in its curlier T (or linmn mm Inunpentx slgef. ble In Btngen, tho " Discovery " ii tho only r)i:i.l.n AT HIIIIT.In remedy that's guaranUcd. town oreoimtir fllOOIn If ft ,r lucvms 'iIsti tS'latlrs iloe'nt benefit or cun, you hovo mm aanpjr tflttrj A "llontnia" K .lor HUen.i II nnu Ulf MmmMm m jaisllis nf srtrrs (Jaol your money back. WW You pay only for tho good you I. vV. .IIIMtsi. llsnuser, Hrliiiilli'N,Mstsct tllila. g"L fi.llcn. It ntrt Mas uric U"" (At stllb 111 itrinctK til Can nlitil Pliich, Airroot cr Piifsr, tn,l It tbritfuis ftr mors ceo- Boiulcsl, ttillti lilt linn tit ILMi leeslnntp. liltdel'eloui.lioar. leblcr. tlremtUaltr, siit CItitriD. soj tJrolrtWr tdtpteil foi lartlliU as fill tt for ptrtsat ta hstlih. hi ' 2fo m I J ill tisiitnl la lit Chemicals rNGINES. RUMELY a JJ,JIfJ situ HI k k lljl.tl-srsm- rl xed HS LAKD-Steai- n,.,. Itft.tiOO-sTAh- Hotel Plumes IIki.iiino, Mlcli., April wero discovered Issuing from tho dotal Ilrlcker soon after midnight and the whole Ilrlcker block, consist ing of tlio hotel ami uro niiMiicss places, The totul loss is f2D,000; insurance aliout ant Builnesa Btoa'g. 12. M- - Utile cirl lutTeied for threa year, from a large AbiccH on lier hip, tlio teiu'.t cf a fall ami dislocation. The Abscess was large, willi six ppcnlnft, all of wlilch dlscharted tmu. I wa, Induced by fdendi lo give her 8. B. S , and liy tits timo ths fiflli tnillle ai iimttiM tlie Abtccti was entirely healed, and Ibc cbild was well and happy. Mrs, J, A. FOR THE CHILDREN. ra. Tho tiropriutorH of Dr. Sago's h Man.l .11, V IlblSlll I'AlVDt. Iteinedy loso f000 if you'ro S.n.lf f..r lit,.l.ln 11 Nalll.N II .1IKHM t k LW, mk.I rlilirr.lel FATRlOK orAiiniLi. wsiiiriuiud, u. u. not cured of Catarrh. Thoy pronv ."""STiiu rris.f.i4ftt iso to pay you that if thoy can't m ks beduded cum you. What do you loso by Av- - vyv1'toWlbi.rriDoiithtTnsruil"shsi b.l trying it? Is thero anything to ( if I hviamllss. iN.ltlsrTlng.iMiBrons.s aw rink, except your Catarrh''' 5.'!.''.f'l 'nr rirr'lr tvl,lfs'lps (iii: ii2 aw.irjtMibcu.viuVlcksiV'ri.utii .tnrt ti. PFMCInMl! I ' r ttl.rti.liWnl tirmfurln . in.-rsyiariritll.iic Iswill.. tt utmt rnnru . Kdiiusiitatnit, n..ki.iu, i r.i n.i...u, o. Hook Vfii nn knlO rviiit this riris.w, u..,m RA1I4NY fti ri. ut iMi.islnn&tl.O. - f101, msr m m m wt Ca-tan- Patents ensions m m fat I m t . IIr have iKiycotttd nil thu mcrchiititswho Igncd the petition ii'CoiiiiiiciiiliiH'ilmt tlio Kviituiky lcglslatuio p.iKs ite separate ,ouch law. Itoiinin A. f.fiMs, of .Mount Aerial, has been npj ointctl L' nl ted Stiitt tunl Lat,(ct' In Collector rltrid' u0rc-keep1 er litlrkt, half that amount. Englandirwilllng. Tahis, April 12. Tho ".Memorial Diplomatique" ulTccts tliut tho Hnglish government has changed Its opinion with and Is now ready to other powers In a conference to concert international action ogaiittt unnrcimu, vvugnkr, MUin(ttn, I hid three little clrls who were attacked willi olitiimts A nr niaod Trouble, which at first rrtembled headlmttooti trcw t yellow .liten7ome of Ihcm qulle Irrrc. One of the children died from the effects of II, hut wii;i.t Swift's Specific and r.tve to the other two, and they soon got well S. S. S, forced out'the nolton promptly. 'Iin J, I). Haini, Marthavitlt. La cure was wonderful no eijual fur Children. It .relieves the intern promptly, and aiiltti S S. ntuf (n developing the child's health, Our Tret, a muled free, CotiiNisnltirs sal rtuplt wbolisit weak lunnor Aitli ma.tbouMiiss ruo'tCDtt for Contuuiitloo. 11 bat cured It tksulaafi. notbat nbtlsjar-Flit iiwt nesiteiiirnJiad touts. trrup. lilt ut BoU W3EfESLSMi!LM I I I I 1 I cttiruturs. m yTT?H 1301, I'LKASll la IMf tat. I S.bn A N K.- -B. IVIIt.N WUITIMJ TO AllVEIlTltEllS 5W1FT Si'lXinc COMI'ANV, Atlanta, Oa, tiaUlkft i.a ttn Ik. AJlrlUlltt si mmtimmmiimmm 4 j3l&Mt5!$ ItWaHsfWaWPrlslwwBt'r ri r f T - Jt frJ I .. a --aa- j&etfw.frti8ftii ' r'' laijTf. Hnmr ."X. ifflflPPyIWPWW3fflff?!fffffTaClTF H r TH3 -- 11X 1 HIOKHAN 110, CM t J COURIER. ICY.', I.". IIInKHiI1hc It la tallc. - Am Tito AX, HIUOAY, Al'lltl. c r r JL ooutily neekliiK none of tho &3" 1'im i'nxatr.MM. probably bo surprised if iiiiynno a lediiotlou iu prleo. If it falls in flees of pecuniary prollt, lint slio construction of jud should suggest that it is ns much thin il fails ultoyother. Ml IIIOII. 18. IIIOUCHliy, llllll U. T. IV- an electric light plant. On tho his duty to provide hid family wlthi ...irfal ,f Ktntutk: Ao fiTrniCn-rIn the t)0 timilo 0110 Of tllO Delegate" part of tho City tho contract is food for the mind as with victuals! I am acan.tl.lUi-- l trilO tlint Ollltnril of Jxiitl-Je- r rrprtMnlyon His Tll J'V't, t, of tho ?'ax 01. Tli mid clothing for the body. The' iurn malta Nn.l bn.N-- J. W I'arrt", MmKrcli, Mi Hrr, I'rl'lf of Wodfof J, Democratic Oon- - closed, but Mr. Trousdnlo for U, t0 lho "nn nnl'crs ',0 ,,,oro wo from his rl.ll- - "'""'"f'Utire.l woidens of n Ik ,,,1h l'iriitlcr, 8llm Jour', tlntlei.liflin.r Hjc Llnfolu Ouutitjr, anil lb ;50 ilajn for further Invest!, father whooxnets n the Oheap Clothing UIJ Onr lV.r. party nun pel less oniiltler.llinii veniiiiti. no in me equal in nunMnlnri, tjoi.l nril f.ry.i'ir ilrrn conslani en.plo.vniPi.t at tho proposed gntlon. Ilo stales, however, that drudgery of the rami and does not r,,r ,,, w,,,,e u,n" m,y ,,,ir e,n'8 "y ,,,,riy 'r!,y, ,o nny '"" .V V. - -',.... u,. 1. tuln of I'oiniihiiii' nn1... 1... IIU.ID .itl'Lt. ru it... inn ..... . leave i'VMl..1 , UllU ...IIM ,11 HI,. belim mentioned in. .f.wiin i.v " of inttillc iiipii, for they work ilully "favorite iii.it io I .,i.irjimrcflMnHf.f.ir "lUlhl'H ll, IMtlCHS RICASONAni.i:, ACCORDING TO QUALITY ANDAGK " 0,0,I,I,,R might pteuNUUly pass ..way ViwTc'mIov Y.m Wir imtrfiK iimni tini i rmin. Hj weekly, ypnr In and jenr out, " thcHO comili(p, inula proper his pari. Under tho contract Mr. nours nun nciiiiiro , ., Vi'MiT'rm.Ui'V.yiilorror.Ilii victory nr'tlffoat, TeEthe party! reciprocity of Di,iocrntlo fritter- Trousilaio consirucis nun operlids reiiuciinn ,' V. ,. ' ., ?.,ZtlZ would bo cheaper ulotliinir nnd tlinrmif li hhum el of their choice, lint ltla thrust-iuj- j ual tenant wottltl any rivo Vitltoii utesthc water.woiksnnd olectrlo f "'""": c iHinty of mnklne ohM lllc lo ilo. 1 llir iM.lrlc'. light plant entliely at his own ex. f i, 'oliihlttMi exhibit thai un- I'l'lterclnthlng for Iho money, with IB . .V for oiio of tlirni tnfruti oft" in county the Delegate. to tin adieu ef ian.lll.ty uljci It a ppusp, the city hecouilngti patron 'oiilhiiesH which comes from ig linger sales and better profits lor firmectailc irijr lit "iiiiiii worship" anil attempt to o dealers and gi enter satisfaction W J. MONK. Hj..elfMllr. under tho conilillons anil stlpula. inrauc" of rnireut and hnuiiiun to all concerned in clothing trade, o diet nt o candidates HUiP'tioiiilnees A boy so rearpt JAM Kd l'. MPIIKLI. of MCrtekn eotm. to ttie pooplo. snFaaaaaaaai M meri'liaiitn as well as consumers. The free wool hit! pnnRctl hy lite tionsof the contract, (which will jichievenienl. III l ior Mr, l CO bo published next week). Si Members of OoiifjrpM.mid oili- present Democratic! House will Unreloil l)llrlct of tntjci lo Ihr iietton nf III er puhlic ouleers, Hre, for the most Bii ve each family in tho I'lilted water workH plan leqnlrcs 5 mllei homPHtPadjindpedlfhol.aHlutPl. pirty Kleellon, No. llU2. part, men of uliliit.v nut honorable States $'2C it year In tho piiruhnae of piping nuil yr lire plugs, thre llgeuce autl spirit hu will probably. 1 W S r vilhiirl... lo anmmnee HON ,v. mall himself of tlio (list oppor places, 0110 V. lUHIBKTdil.V. of Mi;HM, Uftt. men, lint It in ttisgiiHlliigjwheii 0110. of vlothiup, &eM ntnl drive slmihh public watering H from tin slailshj ffiitrrss. and tho supplying of the cu tunity to escape Coni;rfi''nn of them atiilis the parly that mnile goods front the market. Who ohcnhitltUi for tonnlr, ' tasks and the dull life of such it; Hi tool Uon(trfint im- from till. . ''li 1 liulhiui by fomeiitiiiK Ibsiips tnlculat jocts to this ! Tho hill Is now in lege and nil tho churches wit, home. iiln. Kivcilxn In Noimir, water. For this tho town ii CO . ZXp IJMaPBBBBBaHlvl uiiiiui'.lU. uiul.r G::a Looks. 6BTH tfT hlni tho privilege of soiling wa VaBBBBBBBBBBaHPaBBBBBBBBBBBBBTaKH m run tiHcuiT ji'ixji:. ii inn proud privilege for the become it law, and tho people will Uo'i.l !ooVi 2 t more lli.iti ikm Mir: :sW-bJsovereign citizen in ilils rent ntnl (get tho benefit of cheaper cloth, 10 cttizeiiH at a price not 3W ore nihnrli'l to to e t: j'Pnuuj iii)ii a niiiijr iiiuiin nr mi onnoiinrr SIMl'Kti free country to aspire to oervo ing, hats, blankets, II of limtr touulr, ceeiliho rate named in tho l,T . Vi' n r?V ltoii, vaiii inmacii enj.l.i far Clrrull Conrl Jul In tho people in puhlle ofueo, but &c. iireclselv ns H.ov "f"-'1- , ' Jl'otiU-rn- l .tun hit- ikiMli Flrl Ju.llciol Ki.ttlct. BRHaVBBBBBBBBBBBBBW tlr...iid 1mk when such n ritlifii Inrn been as know they got For the olpctrie light ho is to ,,;i,'n" ' at"l t quii.iuu eheaper l,,,c'"'' bJ "'cur O I'wr (aniinnnnrnllli'K Alluriirj. ",m cii.u an ins hip, ins ami Hotter when the turitV tas ,...!.. (inn a year, ho to furnish J roti wiillnt, COoiiok.. nl l.illh u,l i:ieirio tiuirMi W ora disgusting to hear him howl mid ' taken off. i arc lights of I'JOO candle powr Kill criliritlir ntnl TunlaitH. rac Wr r iHliorIi. lo onnnunr JOK W ily on Hie l'impli, lil orii! t'nr ruo,l IIKSNBTT, of lllckraxi counlj, ry-tsm ot'.wut.H uii tiiu oilllll. HlllMll HIS si !' i as tho coiiml IJI..I clica. Iliiili n.l ait ,, aoni. Allor-nilll fur ('nramonwrillli Dl.lriclr undying derotion to "party"' &p, IIurra!i for tho JI 0110. each, to be located is to huvo lk- plrxtn SoM nt 0 A. Iloleuioln't Unix. ' !;--?may direct nnd In ikl. II. Klrt JmllcUl JOo pr tollle, Hut tlio inspiring mid oiiuoUliog Tho U. S. Senate is Kcpublicuti privilege of selling to citizens lit lot. it side of politics is tho honest pa niidtho to exceed rate named in the 0 tiik cclbuiiatku Min:itip. I'lHNT IM.intirr r;ll!IATII)..l..l. IIouBcisDeinocmlic. The triot who favors ccrtnin measures fi ouso it MICIA I ION. now making n inagnifl- r or) iMIlnrlitil lo annnnne t. It o woultl l cent record for the people. JOHNSON' , , e,r,IM, f.,rMriirof uecnn"e ,,e M""kfl '" I'.niiiMi in. rui: ni. it r 11. Tli Prormme soil Ktrcutl 3 Its Fulfill coimijr, n( tlie nuloKt;lfiiloii opiipiioiiti, and ndvoentes them -practical bills for ih Fiml nUlrlet litucvlooul Aj- V r mhrliJ In uniinitne W A not because party (access would llllTllflflll tl fn lliln.ilrcducinc tariff It is not astonishing that oclllon ml t Pultun, 8mrJjr, Mrch !...,.... at... MIUfK of Northern farmers lime IJ, rnllilal for Shnir of PSTFnri'oi Vjcr, hi,,, otllcoani. profit, but Is lh pr.i- ', an.l, tifaUci rnlion eoiniijr l ih ninc treilon, bring fttl 111P1, en sottlod in tho south at points )n. Criuim, RI4JC IHO nrmnitliij; CO iVOILL'S SYS SALVE. lo tin kciIoii of Ike Dtroccr.iic over ready to relegate self. liel llowm; mniKno amount of theorizing can mys- or ndjacent to, tho southern ill Is went... nhlrl, th l..t.cr .f !.t ilwiitt ,n.Tlthnmtl, Vr N..rlri, tify. Tho Democrats voted solid- - ion of tho Illinois Flopping Together. Central Kui i" o wu to ixr in ininii: COWOILL'3 W2ASEL OIL. Iy for cheap clothing, and hero is road TLe Srrlnif nirtinr at I'j.liif.l. Many lisgrooa art reported within the past flvojeirji, lt. liMJimo Tho two wings of the Detno tho practical beginning of i7ih nnr is il . m.. nrl..t. In ii.n. i.... w "III Irnvlng Oklnhonm 011 foot, saying , ., til fhall...auilUSUi, lii.c.l ,!-- K or I'ilf. I ..i . null . e i. ual m.it. In ... cratio party are commencing to greatest leform of tho cen they Hre nick of it. W1CII y t,Tn,0.nr"lnPln-Ivi.jr,tieAi.oe.aHon weuM ct about ib With Maine and Kho.le Island flop together. The seven million T.'io Republican Spnato ca ii kill ...u . . u " UU irv ror totter ami mof worm, rui iheir lists an "sure ltopublir.au Democrats of the United States such bills, but if they do they grntif ingniitt iii uii'ir crops tut on results. Ono thetim-nA . Stales," tho Republicans are feel- - are united nnd harmonious on the must bear the responsibility; but portiiut nuestlous Iu ofmli.f.. l...nsaMa..k.AA. "I" b .no iiipjrci. ..i in men COWQILL'2 TETJ2P. OIMTVrWT w w .. . . .11 . vm aa. &....&.. ...li . of b - open for thn ",aM M,cy "avo reItiK"t issue of tax reduction .. w,.,ult JUCJOrA-NTJl.eu.ilon. .if-iiand if they pass it tho people will get northern farmers who coiitompjito ' Si. Tho,. who (rre In diiivu i(7in'i Prnr ugainst tho principle of taxing the the bencllt of it. Let the people locating In tho South is: Wiat re exrvcltil lo CoTTgiU's Plca3int Wom Svrap Some of our esteemed crops can he profitably grovn In lut can be t tliv prtp,rs them nhrther ( lllv nilUIB, s many to w. r. ioHTioi, n.kur. JIUH W. (onuiLL, T. rir.'t. mrrtln or uai' u.l if r..l. sustain the favorite few also noto tho fact thnt tho Demo nrc pnczled over state- In some latltntlpP Tho passenger tip. tliey ennol be prerenl thejr nun n. in SA r.TfM CTIO.V fVf.lff.l.VrkATO OK cratN nro solid and tiuaiiimous on that tariff protected business. ment that there arc 1KI welMinllt partment of tho Illinois Cintrnl lhlr pFfr 10 the rV'Mtnl who mil ' TIIK MO.VSV KKFUSUKD. towns In Kansas without n single They want the people to be privi these practical questions. Jtallroad will, on application to Iiae llirj rei.l l.v miu nr.e. 4ih. Tbo nlii'.e tiain inpear for ill. For S.V lir tli X'toyiUXttt", ""-- ," liihabluut. L'nsNibty tho Inhab- leged to buy where and from whom Mr. J. F. Mcrrr Assistant G'tirr- - cii.lon WHAT UK Ri:iKKNKXIr. iia-- w ll nut lv riiittr. u ril , al Passenger Agent, Manch-steritants are nil inniried. they can buy the cheapest, hihI parer, tut mult make ll.rir CO W GILL &. COWGILL ww ' Politics in tliis laud of ours takca Iowa, mail free the rolloulnpiinin. orallr "... TiiEitK nro live World's Fair to soil the products of their labor very quick .if .V C" 1 M'l'M, .' phlels: "Houtheni Homo Seiken, filli Th dfliPoIi of llm r'lr.l Monet1 turns in very short . f. t ' aw iAI..AKs iu I. WHm r rriirtri o mtke a 'pralal .llort 10 HlCKJIAN, ; no appointed ny where and to whom will pay Uiein ; s R?al 1 Mia. Kkntuckv time, anil there is no tolling what Guide '"'How to get Rich .11 Hie bT a JitpUjr of clinol work (3ov. Ilrowu nml there am Him"., tlio tipst nrii.po ti. o....t r South," "Truck Funning,? arid K A. Fox, IWt may happen W. DI1SSTI3LBK1NK. Ts:,Islr?r,ilr!!.s.,! ,oUo the session between today ami 'Farmers' ami Fruit Growers' J Al. R. ar.ts,Sti'j. ,BI"ouI,;, of tlio Democrnlic Guido to McComb City, Miss." "'"' further thnn is, National trouble hi selecting good men. Convention. lint at the lllCSI- IIUUIICIII Ollfl COIIIll Hi' vn'll.l I ne uoiiest, auu Is he capable. A We offer the most I.lbernl Aecnmuodaticna Solicits lour btiKlurhs. ue .ipiv 01 'iaiu.-iii.Ti- i , n nnni.ifa i .. . ..present writinc; ' Mr. Cleveland U. ..1. to l,"for,nn,io" 1"1 INASMUCH ns tho Itenublirnn. i...... York- Kyenlug post writes to that TVft) pee lo nia all arllclti, but lo our CtiBtomcis CouslMleut with KslublUhcd ' xiiuu h nir ni every trouble lo ahow r.oolj. " " "" i far to the front ill nnnulnr furor. r,.i nave rurried ltliode IfUHIIII .. . 00k n? for nm.,1, nni ,.i,"iinn lici llllL'lll lllll-.. rii....i. .. 'f lunik lug Piinciples. i iw l'"l'Cora nnJ iniiil,..,, home. lb M. VltaVt3IIlIIU Presidential elections for the last on ,vliy ft Oovernu.ont th.it s so ii.l toion te, al K.tcorner of Trcj ' Ir l8W,'nt Mr- - Cleveland repro . n K l Hlckrirn .rV ra. ,ienii. ii iiiiiiiiiii. iiiiain U years, it need not be astonish- - iMtltifittla-- , ...vu ir i anxious to united tho seals, our that IimkPii lilm w..u..h. tlo alrni.f. .. I'AIT. STO.XK'N tNtNITlOW " ing If they should rnrry It ngnlu. qnlrements.liud from the fact that stands for turiff reform and light to which H open to dispute sound I NitijMI-Mni- t iicopaanrily prevludo Mho whoJe;contryimrti?nt u l.rv- - It m Ii.. Ilrmnrrola.". Vobay'fftr'eOlclent and economito 1IAI.TZKII. It. T. TYLBlt, .1. V. POWKM,, IMS. IIRKVARI) I'aril lo.ltlil 10 m, rillier byti. nu ieinocrauc uopo. ,... Tlio AVnshlnglofi corrarnolii7chi did untiling Hie prevent tho cal ndniillistrntlnn nfm.... of littA'aloes, niirowu. or aneminl, r. u. tw..v.niiii-iii- . ...U..-lo om forwurJ A. A. PARIS, nuo.iroo iiicse .fiHHiiiirniiniiH- ' nI W. A Mil' IK, J. W. COW01I.I.. "flairs and for tho whole Jnflpr. of tho Louisville ,,'J'',''l, of w,l''' la undoubted il one i'l aill. ir hlr eUlni will l TllK removal of an Arizona !.ipriv.rn n.- - h.i..i. 1.I onron creed. The people, whom save: "Renrcseutntivo Stone Ir1"0 ,u'"'!S R may have been be- - plc.l In id l.n.u of ncrrirr far col- Jntlgo hns been delnnuded because .,. best made, helms never disappointed or do- i 0llls fnrillsh luxurious ''Clloa. r.aii. Mono. u ll.rrtb; ..r he drinks whiskey, plain poker. receipt of l,,.,,,, fl1, , friends (,'"'!' -- b.i flII, for l0 wivPH f CAUuni yveil, have faith iu him. He is I i doesn't pay his debts and shows ,Iow,ror' "ch men ns f Jen. lila district asking him fur his Inters and millionaire!., while ' WITTINO f! the A3lL favoritism. Will not tho Arizona; "Ieri Iloloa, Gov. Hill, Gov. "ver evasive orequirocnl, and, regiirilleaB of personal consider- - views ns to tho timo of holding klii or tho buffnlo only giivel-KTbar stand by Iho Arizona bench Paltison, Gov. Cainnbell. John G tho Coingresslonal primaries. He ""arnith to tho "poor trash of thn hs the bench stood by the bar. Cariisie and others, whose ah.ii- - emocnuloilo'clriiiTTn that he had no sue- Western farms." so. staled My lnee place II rnlln Ihiim is niicgpii ai uiiiciunnii (lint tics nml distiiizu shed unliil.l lulo purity nutl with exact nnd gestiou to innko iu regard to the ii leadi-r0 afr; I In orcbinl, c.m.i.1-inor Iho Thin! party servlttes Invito Democratic tho matter. Ho said: "I prefer that ot Appl, P.rl, Velia, I'liinm most eloquent interpretation. 'Donlcr r, may bear the banner. uua.Sw.cci tu-iiiovcmeiit nre planning to captuic tho Democrats of my district shall1 'lir'le, lini., ir, all elivie friii'. QjoI elMrrn ami wll, ami all nttfitt) ",,lh',rl the volo of nil Ihe reform" elew' hold tlreir primary elections wlien- our ilvnU.l JniRjl.t 10 tiikv are for n,nvi:i.in. WINKS Confenliiil Im IU Collr( ment by tho nomination 0f Judge Mmm C'auvcHlleim. over they pleasp. Anv timo that " ,tr' K',n.r'' ,New ,),'!f.'r' ,or Con' Tor ollior "inploii, Co.igli.. ami Coll., ur(,i il.i. rrtni will h mU A speclnl from Frankfort to the suits fhffm GresliHin for President, throw the MKDICINKS, fyhTUL-brATIO.NKRV,2?i55- ; their ,n iu.on. ir , r. ,a,ilr. m, . it)forinlloD e.ll nn or al'lrrx, Tho CouniKU thinks thnt the Courier-Journa- l election into the House of says thnt interest seriint in this matter, as I am Oirh. CoM or any l..in. Turom or Ch,i fOAl IIII.LO.V, Sit. 7:17-l- f which they expect to Democrats of this Congressional in tho Presidential contest is . .Hrrc tapir servant in lougress. lam ni win me tui. rcwnl lllcku, h'r LIQUORS, crow. jattendlng control, and thus elect him mlJptrinee ixin? ' ',r i'1"'. .1,. to mr business here "" listiicl have repeatedly pronounc ing daily umong tho slattesaien, , ,, , b , a. b.iwn. ,0.. m ..i.,t i.iiIm.,i yoK .. . .... i.y. wr i an( 'mArt-v. .v You to ed against county mass meetings (great nnd amnll, assembled at Ivpn 'niaa tloy iri Lt5J!l.aBBBBr 1 JbbbbbbkcmiI tliorni Ili3'?l,rp,Oatraight lankr J"" moHty r.NuJf.l knowcuM nil With the passage of bills for lo select delepntoa to nominate! tucky's cnpitnl, II.k flr,IU wa not lBBBVVxilL ,, iiX ifTf TmiLSMrlW9 ai aaavavj MKDICAL thai Ilr 'i' ir 'V PAINTS, and the Cleveland talk, llllt tllPII it Should llO llOrilO Kiln; X Ihtcitry coul.l l, rUhl on iirrLar l'I'ul cueapciottiiiig and cheap cotton candidates. Mass conventions nrc "tar, after Carlisle, is iu thoasceu- - iii mind that Captain Stono is a llippoinis. TrUi Iwutm free i ties the Democmta In the House OILS, USK-- . A Hiileomi.e'i UuigSlam. h.rge.lie have gotten at the work of Tatiff oftentimes bungling concerns audi "!,n1, "ovcrnor IJrown hns been pretty Sllllight mail." i)f. nn. SI W Reform in good earnest. Free tin lead to confusion and dlssatisfac-lI,,e"8p,1 "t tho eceni PJiKSCWlPTlONS z- -SPECIALTY. Clovelrtiul IClMllH Hl' Kl'Nt Tiik nmn with n hole iu tho seat ' IllatB llllll .trn lil.. ... ilemonMratioiis. ... . ::; f Ids new IroiiHers knows moro' XalCCtlOn ".'.'".''' ..!... iiruiioii. juti, not far off. It will bo Interesting Ahbiii'I iikmi t nf to winch the Republican Senators 'denied that it H vps o tho lounlity vnss, and is ns strong a Clovelandinl,ont ",0 ,,o!e ""' he dues about '" tho statistics cf the McKinley hill., rimri,.irii irrmmuj from the West when tl.psn Dnnm wnero tlio mass meeting is hold man now ns over. urns iyur, iwitt. J. Proctor Knott and iMir inni mailer lie may bo Mc-- I cratio measurcH for Iho relief of undue ndvnntngo over other' 'J' lu 1'oiiikI Attorney General P. Wat liar- - Kinley protpptionlst who would J. A. Ill.k. n al. me niriiiers get to tho north end localities. ym:PBaBMaai ir'reeflri.lH dg. rather quarrel with all tho cloth-on Pcililou Kiparte. UTiTiIABIiXI" Sihoui. of tho Capitol. IT ..v,.,,ourJ,,dgu,ent,s.,,da,Jays;!l;ri!fIS ing mcrehaiits iu the country than ' Thi. ilay eite A'i III:'., wnn m.n,l. ry bell rr akeiV be ascertained through precinct! Impressed with tho strong Kei a Sflto Jlil Mnrk ef th Tiik Democratic Congress is A aillllit that tho MelCinlpv ii,nw,r. '! peniion ixril by l.ln..f n. nihrr OIV33 of all klaJ. 0! making an excellent record, havnl RpIr',r,' w,i' t""M i'reo "x Pvror lb tjoi. Jrtlvere.l lo any pitl of ll,e Cily and thus choosing dele- - '""ll sentlniont iu tho Nortiinost. atious would sell shnddv Hoho.il Hi.lrlc',' ing promptly followed up tho oriiis iinlltlfK he is difiSllt- '"'1','1 -gtes tonttuiitl tlio regular con-- ' 9,PV' Jf,,otl o'.vn ono can feel the it i. aiiin..l, li h..i.,l. . r t 1 TIPC w,c,,.lcil.,lr...i.. HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, ? aytwrlffyMlAi nf the Chean ninil.l.,,. 1.111 bad bargain, nml he mi0. ro"" """king iho .0.1H. H etltuted oonvei.tlon. Muss meet- - ,, Vinn by the pasture of a bill putting is 1101 tlinposcil to CXCUlpiltO the turner ol U.e Kock Siring dmtrli-t- . No which are offered al ()ME PHICB, aad that Ihe (live' cotton lies on the fn..i lUi .7."1 gs nro rol'on oon my. ititoc lil. it ouh- , w.w . blMUH 11(11 lU JIIJIIU mail who soltl to him. f tli cm bnnuJary IVoo.llawu ili.triet oilier Hill pntllng hinder twine 011 prerinct priinnrles, convenient "ated before Now York is rtrr lowed the maikel jnilllei. 9 ...u urn urn suoniii no passed to nil localities, and then those! Qen. Hardin said: "I reached Tiiekk will H'IUJ"' "" ?J 'J3lTl tXGLn tinnuos voce voting inho no moro viva Tlll..!.,::L;.V-"V..L,"".,":?..J,"All go cli ftiaraaieeil lo be wllhoiit delay, ami as far as the repreaealral Kcntnekv. "n'.''?l)I.v !' JI,,l,k tlint Clevehtudl 2 iigrirnlturnl States aro concerned who fall tontte.nl will hut 0 less .secret ballot system will bo ouil, lino 10 1,1. o,.iii wr.i tho Democratic parly will ,e ready -ll'lglirated at tllO 'IIO.tt election, corner llitnco mini. In hi norlii we. ! illlll ono good PllVct it for tho nppenl lo tho country. cor- llinfee.l In liU norlli ". win those who want to kick nnlinw the no put in nomination before 11 nothing moro mid thatWill have cor'Ti ,i"""r, "c,,ou "", n mi" nn Is. ., convention. I think the "Ouit nppoueiita must, In the will be 011 the alert for a pretext. .,. cstlmntnthero Tr .'thiii-i- tmrili h lib nuatltr eeton line lo feeling in tho Northwest Will 110 110 ...... coming national canvass, aettlo HieitnAn county number of voles for nnv man fof rsoulli "int with .alJlice, iliroce mil an,l eoumv Una tooulbj iiccoiints with ns 011 the Issue of If tho Legislature would still for Cleveland Is absolutely uu. olllco boforo the closing of tlio hounJury of Jtock Uprlng lli.trlcl, Ibence voj'sal unci unanlinous." tariff reform. It will not ii rnr tho gtiivu.i waning elements about the UcniniHry ea.t (iiiiin nun lllc vuil-OOUIHCll. them to say to us this Is nu old! iui'et,T,nK with ii(iiitiirii boilnnltut. of Hook JIUicl to the tllO past llinnv good citizens priylng Juncr. ritTBit Tuunp.y, for the new Judicial DIs- nnd determined contention. Tltoi for,!,at,0' Louisville and Memphis, '? ' "'"'".t Ten CottiimiudiiieiitH nro thous-- trlctm, lot it make Grave and Mc- - past twenty years Chief Justice or Kentucky havo been defeated furifJT'.'u voter. In nidi 'lenncBseo. who has been inilnnpil i,IH,.l.,.,,.lhf. nccess to tin iroro,,lftn i, e.iabii,. a Orvi,i Krr WITH All inula of years old; but they audlCrackeu a District and all the to stand for the Democratic- noin- polls Ihroughonl Ihe day and ns. School Pii,lci lncin.lJ In .ill b0mi,Ury. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars MUSR .i"'1."!1.""" "'H'oilier counties will smile like n liinllon tor Governor owing to the eertlllliillg tho Strength of each n"'l " h known (he AlexmulerOrideil '0H AND TO jeopardy the party hits been nlnn. canuiiiato. JIiu llipro' bo tin ui.irtoi ,.r.P Repuidln;;; priy ,ml",y "'ri" ,B0',"fklndaud to by ia. tnvrrior. sriirici iimi me nneriii T.MitMVll(.:finiililM( flu Iiiii ,noro of (l8 "ow at elections. ed Iu by dallying with the miimii need the liijunciioii: 'Thou ltonic,., VIciUmImii-u;- . mill of Fiillon couuly bo mi') lie In hrrtbjr ill. Tin: second Tariff Reform bill, iiiiiiiii i ml- nisi speecn Alliance, ' rVlMV Ol'lllllllH, ot what noahalt not tenl."' Grover potion a.liir.lay, tho Hlh recle.l . vlll J I ihnjiiniii! MeniiH Commit-i,,4free cotton bagging, will save tho promispH to bo a memorablo cam- ,(f lu'yi m-,:mi:miuih. Ulttu 71uor 0t m. .mi ...n mv puign last week. Do said: "As teo has reported in favor of f..'.i.mi ..'..inrt come A cunioUH feature of the dis- cotton planters many thousands far ns tho Alllnneo was duty to P. m un the .alii illy, nl lb utore room of HE QUICK A!!il2S!BASLE RODIE concerned, dilution nf the of dollars mutually, and only thrco it wna in I'micMieM, Keniaeky, cussion or lite tariff now going nu will good. If It hnd remained rcvenuo basis. This In a relief toi" I. ",e Til AMU 1'ltO.M iu Congress Is tlio nlmnat tr.tui Democrats voted iigiiist It. Here ns It was formed I tlio running ,k,Z """? n l,bo.,eI,:.al w',I.,e Dli. New VorV, I'lillnililphK IMiimore, Wa.,. should have il trill Im fnltinterestu chiefly, tint alienee, of th,. Republicans. They M another law of practlenl Norfolk, Ohl benefit nothing to say ngninst it. I am ",?,C7 kIicI,0l")f Iflct upon ,1. prnrodllor, whether or not- Inlon, Dionil. lluir.ilo. Point Comfort ' 1110 n...l Itlch llio .duty, ns' tbar "ill oie an ADniml im not exeJnot opposed to tho farmers, but rielni, To. Hee ,f ri7n !- l,,c r0!1"- vc' "'ub- am opposed to ho Farmers' Alii- - Jieil ny IHO KPhlih cans, in ..,, Inr lifir f50) o.nli on c li otm Ininlre,! lejo, Chicago, InilUii.polli. 3MC. 'm0 l0" l kl" "l! IMtielnnnil, l,0ul.iill innud rollcallM. It is uonmm0rmn ,,br "'" men do,Ur"7,,'i0,i,,J0,,"TiJJ,i."Vrri,in.ai,J mice, it Is Iii the hands of political. !",r,?1,t .. III fl lull. .all. l.'nalern nml .orlliouirru I'olnla, ta ... r tlllV Iirit ' e' n,,,, l .ui Kff:? .; . .. ?,"r,,l,rH,t TKNNKHHKK De.uoeral saratlior- - schemers who rare for ".f AND n h restore, J,n, ,'; nf not ., .iin.aiieil.ltr($i.cnj Memphlo, ' "" ' h. proiositlon "."V.V. V . ." OUL'lllV lirollSPll llll.l nrn orguulz except onice." Judge Tiirney then .11.1 .. Vloksbnrit. llalon Ilonje, New i.rn.M. 'l'l... .uii iiiil iipiniiu iiiu to rovouuo stanil.ir.i ;., ,.,.h. n duty i. ...I.I-i iti-rea(1 the cnnstitullnu or tho Mil lillo raald inhihixnt Orienj, Al0hil, Mtilv Hock. Hot iu cverv voting precinct ance, npprnvlng of jMcKluley bill then; thi-- passet! ing some soc lions should command tho suntiort etcii 'o?r twenty one ('2 I) ev nf 'in rclllnn .SprhiKi an! point In Weel Teu. it with as llttlo tllscusslou us of Republicans. Tho past week's I'" ,,1J rrr,0,"J Miit r"re 8cbot pi. nnd school district. Kentucky 'nuil showing why ho Heine, Tee, AtlnH, Mil. nosed mid lino nro still holding lo ?f..ln"rc,"H,"i! work in Congress will tell heiivilv lrIc'' .for "'? itelppl, l(illl. Imn, anil iiemocrals havo just enough op- - "niers. no onipiiasized especially ? lrn,"", orclinjf anllthlo b.tilii., Ihe vun tlio DiMiincrntH nml li the Niimo policy of discussing it position clnimcB whloli assert that tho .Z " "" rtnurit anii soiriiwKNr. J mslnuliilns t Kr.ilel free whool, nml to scent the war. uml hs little us possible. lor regret that these bills Wero Sharlir I. hI.O dlrrolel la oi.en n noli at """ uiauvaro ..f.wr.lll., rn..i. thoroughlr ' nl nltce week :: h " clnbb. ue mnwoii step ny step how the UOt passed tllO lirst first of. the tlrno elertln? ir fi)rtl.l efor the pur-- T hi ln comlllion, nn'il equlppeil anil In r IlAVtMfl liberally paid DEAIiEKH IS s guulzntinii for lhclnrt-el,Fohl'Unry instead of tho ol Douioeratlo proriilei nn ei ncek P0' of (Jrs.leil r'reo (0)Tru-le- Dl.lriol, order hnd slipped into tho linuils Of oellc-nfor all the legs. arms, fingers drlnml :ni. nrrHneement In lime anj llironeb A III II, There is no lui.lor schemers, anil how It had boon JJ A FrlvrultK iMll.V... .ttJco... W. Pinch an mid locks of hair shol off by reliel ,'" IlialN.H Tin: free- wool hill pnsseil the. dragged into polities In leisure When lie till L' 0 tl direct op- rorin. Vl. I.hUm, ami J. W Mnrrfiaalrk, ami T. renlot.ee ,o.ir. hy the Ksprn w ilUicussion lias niwrMt tni....nn . .i..riirnr ..ii,i i.oiinn ..n.iiTrin. position to tho cunstilutlnii, n.,i. . ..1. .... 'u. . boon rnrriod on. and now lliupeo-pl- thnt atlJ officers iliill errtify he tetnll of Unl.t lllo ntnl Mentpld. nml Uiobcit nn J la now asked to replace tho ,,Vlls" " cm," V'"R "Bnln.l It. This is l. eleolioD. toother Willi the poll litoka . ije,fli eerrlce belwecu nro Impatient ror action. Miih. (J. K Smith, wife of n the Iwo elllra eoliil uml iiiiaiihiiouir us InglluilM with now ones. It haslal""u ealeil, willila oneilty after tilil rlecllun eerofTtfrJ. bweti thn Inevilahlo desilny of un parlies ever got to be. 'Jhe Fnrm wiiiio uiiiorcr living on n rami lliirkli-iIn ihl l ourt, anil till oaiue orleroJ lo Arm imiv.. lowest ralci, lime lahfei. an, I all ' nenr Holly HpiIiil's. Miss., has Till I1i:tKivc In tho wnrl.l for t'ni li 'iinllnit.!. Inform ilon nppW lo wnter-workR t men In nulitleal llfo lire less honorable IH!2. china than inrn In other utilitiiK, Mini it In (HduiinlltiK to licttr men i who waul their ilitccn liiilii'giiifr. In wholcaitlo charges of cor-- , tiutruo t lit How does Iho tailff "protect" lilKhl. An exchaugn thinks that tho counties of Graves, Hick- news Amciloitii tminufactnroin 1 ninn who does not tnko Tho Hickman City Council on Ity enabling iiitiii iu noiu men- innii,Cnrlile, Mallard, .McCruekeu, paper bepatio it will require nn;pr ,,r,ci, for lIlo)r ,ir,Hct t,nll mill others of this District, arc Monday night last voted to a thoy could get without It. tho proposition of Mr J. It. outlay of a dollar or two has renpeoliully notified t lint Fulton lie wllll The tariff is Imposed to prevent 111., for the poor'lilea of ecoiiomy. In of Trousdale, of Duquolii, 11 nc-ce- Office of Honor. "VVutvr-tVoHt- M mill Ulvt'lrlc A IMMfit tlllU Ol" lU'O.MO.UY. ui:r.i' II- - IM MIND. E J, BAR FLY. C3r o s&i 3E3: -- ca J3l 3 - r PXJBE V7Hl'SKn3S, WINES, BEURS, ! XmXwW,:? I pi I ""l isnl-lowt-- d - '. , - ,,... 1 r" "::' :i i - - "" """" .. 11 .,;;:'...,'. ,"r ' I - Tfl cuiil.-Ul- l i;t" li-rlft- l Ken-t.uliy- , ThifeK lem-otrMl- a ffXrZ 1 W Hat tO JdUV sr-?sn- ? I foui-tai- o - a o Wp, .aafiik -- lfi vw v Uilfft.-4f.NU- . dress-goodK- ' ";' ""; j" ,11 o "" r'l .'. t. ' 1 v k Jn1 lr-i-- I sjuji .7' HEBTWECK, Mxsvh-ACiViiy.u- BALTZER & x-o- ..... a i -- Carmnil-Ueo- f hunt-red- s '2&fc: 6.J ZIZ ' l.TJ-- gr I ic -. .t0n4V w- rrr .ul ) i I(SmA3S WAGON, KRNTUCKY. -- w ai& a y. contem-porarlc11 r"' . VrjTTIVTATT '"" "--I- C HICKMAN, XENTTTOKT. uuiiniii-Diiiiirr- B a 8ANE, ' "."ToI . - In.." .... - .r,...,. .... 1 .,...... Family Groceries. Talco Woticc Paid Up Capital $40,000.00. J .. - .., 11 coi-iiun- exter-itifrmtiD- ii DIRECTOR - ,., :,,,. ,,.', 1- . Courier-.Ioiinui- rr.l 1 I I - 11 I'.tl-ce- o. 11 laIll.j. u 1 -- to-da- - s ndml-itilio- n.r.3 o3 rl nti-ml Ealo e!. i g And iir .iiIi.m.Io, Repte-eiitntirv- i. Pres-den- t. "ii, j5p' Don't I ! ''" I Forget a ! ."WHc-Jbbb- WI .I. .'"" ,.,.. Joha Wlttia.g1 I C3 ,,., 1 1 I 1111 kx-Go- r"'" Notice! 11 1 GIEC.OCI3RIES I KIOKMA1TI 3R B BaReE3ViElaPr -- Clove-lulmnrl- pas-sag- o ..-.- .., trouble-breeder- s. '3 "" S'l., - t'l"l Illt S. TIIIAI.l w- -t ! ."W. , u',l arffiS!,iJB!ffi:"r.is! 1 - '. m jC.rT I rffjg ItEi i 'OLD r tU i w w- - 1 ES".S ."'k Uein-ocrnli- I . f mmw FAIH WAIIIII I m mf m Roofing et Specialty ! I :L,!..," I - - I I I - Clove-laud- y t till-plllt- ! I ! viUo z r, ,:nr pns-ililo persons indebted to the late firm of &SJTAW, or the undersigned, note or account, previous tho yoar 189, aro respectfully tified to forward and settle, or the claims be placed in the hands of an officer for collection. 1 tin-pint- - I I ! lw' i ,.'. I 11 FURNITUEB. FUIINITURE. . , i8. STEPHENS 1 & TYLER, non-partisa- 111 1 111 pen-ainu- , Belli-aa- - .,.. ' t ran mm ndortakcCMs, l tl r ,:,. fZ titro Abraham out of il.n f,.r of ho ear iniiil.-r.oiiiHVillo jm :XiE r ;::: 'J, .sffs z llniu; Ll 7.""' riifrs. r,,r '..... i.:..J.V. .V.'M ",.",,"', .'.,,lV' IIIIIII I. 'Illir.l IPI'llllll IILTIIIIlftl II. II ,'.';'; J'''' " , flJ-l- . wool.,, , &., IO .. III I : ma r '"'" 1 nn,'" cUSTr ', ''"fl0, . HnilH..Sore. PIUT5C Ur.lXNVM. Ae'l. Ulcer. Hilt Khc.iin. fev ' corr "Ml', W. V. TAYLOR, Clerk. nun wcigiiing in Sot, Teller. Clt.pl llnn.lt, Ulillhlalm, N. 0 ft Kl. I.- - It. It.. Hickman. K y. XTt aro nTerlitr H prl'"- - Wl ol Plain. Me.llum and Vino ltrnttnro at irentlr - Cum., aii'l hII Skin Kruplloii., nml jki.. fl ftltwtt nf Im. a.na....lIn Acenr.hne wild ihenlior order, I wr tY.l'.MURitKU, Au.nl, rrry full Una at nilsr1i ohnlr.i. Rookora, Tnblo , Dttronua, Waahotanda. timn.nf X N. ft M. V.Co., Itifti, Tenn. Tho mother a,,d liahi;:; aro oiug ih.'l euro" l'lle, or no pny reipilrcl. I( wilt, nUli' time ami plnci iinnijJ therein, Wordrolion, Oltainuor 8ota, l1nmoaof, Cprlnuo, Elo.umi N RiMruiiUi'l to kIi purfucl Mll.fnctloi. open an.l liolJ an flection for Ilia purpo-tOr I. I. I'fKLAN, ARflli, "'"'' ilnllnr'n well. They havo bnen named prlroi to tx Ihuluwe.i. time uj I aim lx iniitlicvil, or money rcfnniei. t'rlca i.'o ccnti nr therein net forth. N. N. k M. V. On., fadiirah Jimrllon. , '" Krpnbll. Jiiplc.mi, Van ltiirc-nt7WrnlioMtiiiirlcrnit Umlnrtoll'irn (Ija'lu itt.t .lliount all compotlUto la Utll Hhertimti, box. For aale by C. A. ol bora bo, Din j. T. II. JOHNSON, Or W. II. PHOUTV, (Icti'l I'm. A'pl. V' oarrr u l.irR Una nl Wmxlcu nn'l It lal.ii IJar.al Ciuot. ! lnv kill Ii Mlratit nml lliioll. Uhcrlll of tr'uliuu uiuuly. ('lit. LouUnilli-- , Ky t VUualria anil Jub Wwl. u .y. iiiil.. L'.aal -- -1 ..IIH" I ff:r.! fl ""'" f ia wa 11 illrJ J' Li 1 1 .- - 'ammmmtm BSJJMWl'ffilWMHBWBHreEeSlgg '. "'''jyg"5ffifffi ..'IsBUHHr ' S!sB!SficMB -- MMKnY(twMMfrTVwtWlaAaBM tr: "?J" M 4 Kff (WVU h '" MINTING - ,"MnW-- A -J 1WWUjjmw,ywjMJjl),l,jIf WHTJOIB'JIWUWir IJIU'J JVIM PERHAPS But we M 3N GROVER Odxi -- rails VfilPj i- - ij 0r"t.iia.lv' SSliO'w til I 'iaa jg'est a,za.ci ao.css't 0oa33."plt 1W SUPIElIISra- - AJN"ID STXMMEHR, GOOD! TO BE SEEN IN OUR CITY. ISEsffis Pis EWIM : llHiMiil A mbxjs'BVbib H AH BfVJ BB I. I JCjiii of A ? i WE ONLY ASK AN INTELLIGENT Patcnt-Lentlicr-Tip INSPECTION', AND ARK WILLING TO ABIDE BY THE DECISION TUBS GlVKK. Men's Shoe", we can say that never before have m wull prepared to please every one. The most lastidious Mii' ty Out cannot tail to be satisfied witli our elegant Patent Leathern. Nor would he bo quite himself iitilcvs clothed in one of ourS'ntOL'SK g t lino's Suits for Spring and Suinnier wear. S for Perfect-Fittin- how much CUSTOMERS will e OUlt FAIR their lilicrul pitnniagc understand of lust season when tlicy sec our dUpluy of Spring Drcs Goods, einnrnolugtlio most popular full-ti- cs in Imported and Domestic- weaves and 'Trimniingi, Novelties in White Oooito, handsome Embroideries, Ae. Lncc mid Clotli-To- p Pliiin nml Fancy Ladies will ilo are admired by ull lielioldcrs. groat injustice to tlicir penchant (or beauty of finisli mid symmetry of shape in a Shot), if they fail to sec our assortment before tnukiiig their purchases for the season. OUll A "" vc been )- well-know- n inumg Public wc unrniiuu rln tieatmcnt, mid will I.I.I that .... llrni can have a livelier appreciation of inst favors bestowed. w I 10JOUII ' niKinyo J'riee ...!.!. polite a cordial and uiu 0t'l :w WBxtcnd invitation to all to call! i. BaUzer & Shaw. Baltics & Sliaw. fialtzcr & Shaw. IfAllilltS' JH Bahzer.& Shaw. AXD Please Cinpa,r IlflfiflQ BILLS! THESE ,, ji SlBRIMrc' a 3m. 3z . NATIONAL BANK, y- isj. T""VvrO TMin OITB AT TSIS t)2TE AT t ?asl? ls 2--- priecs To-Day: Credit priees As Sold a Month Ago: S OU AUK VFIIY RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO CALL and see our XXO. nONDfllANT. H. DUCIIA.VAN, It. L E. CAHI Jn.lje C. L ItANDLK, CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. ' ., DIRECTORS. J. ALKXAMTI j- rtbj -. -- J N HUHI.IM, J Jr. A. THOMSON, Largo and Boautifu.1 Stools of II. ItUCIIVNAN. Trealdenl; J. .1 f UONPlJItANT, K. I.. Cathler, J N. DKtDLKIt, Jr., Aoiiftant Colder. nt OFPIOBRS: ' AI.IIX-ANUK- SoW yard 10 52 20 10 12 " " IK'Kl 20 10 :t " " " 31 " . 0 large id"-- ' Linen Towelr, 2Ie 1 pair Mcn'd fulLhtouk Shoe.t,. 1 Mutton Shoec,.. uir Lnilics' Dongola Custoni-Mad- o '2 pairs MiMos' bett quality School Shoes, SL.Tj,. Drown ieAvieht Hrowii Dometttiu, Drcsf. CiingliHius, 7Jo. lieuvy Shitting, ilo "Fruit of I.oom" Hlracli DtuncAtic, . tn'ot Illue Cottonude, loc. beat Table Oil Cloth, 20c Turkey Ited Table Linen, 25o Bejit HrandH Calico, (3 fxj... lIKIIgO 1)100 miicn, OC... I)nmetic, ........ ......... ...... ... . Go....... O'c... . - ........ 8jc.... -.- .. ..- Snug S 1.08 -- and o- - luuner Eosls. ic cj arc jwc well-l.nnwu - .. - .. . .. ..-.- . 1.2n !l yard Host Brands Culiro, Q 7c, 10 11 best imligo liluc Ualico, ic, vard-wid- o 2.00 62 11 Urown Dometic, Cc 1.20 20 K heaviest Brown Domestic, 7c, .75 10 11 Dress Ginghams, 10o.. . 1.08 1.60 12 1.7(1 20 . .......... it it heavy Shirting, best BI110 10o ......... ....... .. .. -'- 10 .CO :i .02 01 1.20 G .fc. 1 LfW 1 1 JSoy'v Suit,. 1 Mna' Navy Uluc Flannel Suit, fast color, .. .. .... ...... - 2.70 LOS 2 1 Cottonude, 20c Cloth, .35a Turkey Red Tablo Linen, 35c . .. argt- nn Linen towels, 25c k p.dr Men's Shoes,.. piir Ladies' Dongola Custom-Mad- e Button Shoes,. pairs Minxes best quality School Shoes, SI. 50... 11 11 k "Fruit of Loom," Bleach Domestic, .. . ..... - - 10c . bet Tablo Oil full-Moc- - 70 (Successor to POWELL & BRO.,) and style, 3.12 We have taken spccinl caro in the selections, both in quality uud wc iccl assured that the LUW rKlUh marked 011 all lines 1.10 iisn will certainly please. Our Stock of 1.00J Ilaving bnnght tho Grorerj Stock of Powell & Bro., will continue ilio 1.20 old stnud, and announces to the pubbusitiof.H nt that 2.W, lic that he is making largo additions to tho stock, and will 2.00 keep any uud everything iu tho 1.05 comprises all grades from the cheapest to tho finest. .87 1.50 j. 3r , vs. tst- DRESS GOODS beautiful line of . 8.76 1 llnys' Suit,.... Mens Navy Blue Flannel Suit, fabt color,. . ... 28.fcSi Total " 1 Credit Priecs, Cash Prices Ca-- 2.25 LACKS, KMBROIDKRIBS, Line. SILK GLOVKS. SILK MITS. 3.00 LADIES' and MISSLS' IIOSF. 2.00 LADIUS' and MISSUS' CORSKTS, &c. 10.00 Wc tnke great pride in recommending oui stock of 531.77 28.88 ? 5.80 LOO A Further announcement through the Courier new goods nrrive. will be made ns FARMERS'? 00 TO Diflerencc in favor of 1 h Prices, z dz!. ?$r,' "$?' y These good's are Also, our Oxford Tie. tor Ladies and Misses. mane in siyic ami 01 tne very nest biocic, aim prices very 10 .v. We have bcantilul Iiec Curtains, Oil Shades, Silk Parasols and Um brellas, Linen J owcls, Napkins and Table Linen, colored and white. These gooJd cannot bo excelled in any home maikct. OUR STOCK OF F.E.CASS, THE SQUARE DEAL GROCER. FOIl ONK OF TdOSE i l--r O11A lTwct Who will sny that it does (,ot pay to buy for CWi from n Slri-llComment is nnneecfary. Bear In mind, pIonRu, that wo linvo not taken n few staples fiom our tiloek, nml cut the priees to nltraet intention, but have made Bral, Gkmuinu, Bona Fiiib Rkductionh on Kvj:uvthinw in oru Ilousn, uud have marked evorj thing in plain figures. S LOCAL NEWS. I 1 T II, :ir Wall Paper Co'm. N tSc at D. H. Wi -- i&ihn flams, lie. Murphi's Kurgnr-eurcBoneless BrkPt Bacon, 10c. Pioulc suar cured Hams. tic. t)c. Cox & Gordon's puru invited. Big Drivo in Canned Goods Tlie eyclone season, the tcr-n- r Hero's Your Chance I 3 lb. Tomatoes, 31b. Pie Peaches, of tlio North west, has arrived We will noslllTolv (toll at FI KST 3 lb. A pplcs, 2 lb. Bhu.kberries, tit full force. Two .icaraugo It COST our entire stock of Watch-es- , 2 Hi. Strawberries. 2 GooseIts territory into Kenuntil berries. 2 lb. Marrowfat tucky. May wo never ace the llko May Clocks nod Silverware duto, Peas, 2 lb. String Beuns, l.'ilh. Iteinember the of It again. nud take this opportuuity beluro IO 'ciils a 'mii, Under the new constitution, It Is too late. tl Cnus for U.lc the city marshal will this year be Buck Bitos. No cliaiifjo in tho Mniket on elected In August, and whoever Is The river nt Illrkman yester- Sugar, Cotlee, Flour, Tobacco, &C oUcted will hold the ofllco for one year. After that, the election day was falling, but the waxes were too rough for any gnaguln will bo held in November. mark it. At St. Louis it has liren The two Illinois Central surGo to Young & Bro's for frtlline rapidly for several days, as veying parties, the one going south freah Kraut anil Pickles. 11:20 MIsftitSfDld from llickmnii and tho one comhas nlnn ttii tinner The 8nnerlntendeiit of Puli. land Missouri. Tho Tennessee is ing north from Memphis, nro still t!lo Instruction has addressed a 'also falling rapidly, l'ho Hoods in the field. Tho Hoods in the n'rculnr to tho teachers and pupils below Memphis havo been cry Obion nud Forked Deer rivers inStats relntlvn to dlsitlnv destructive both as to property terfered with their progress, but s f trhool work nt Kentucky's iitnl life, and somn sections nre in it is understood they havo kept pitiably destiluto condition and at work when the weather permitcentennial and at tho World's have to bo carod for by puhllo ted. Necessarily they must wnlt Fair. until tho water subsides to Majflold'a waterworks nto chanty. tho survey in the river botoomplrted and in oporatlou, and Tho Cincinnati Commercial-Gazett- e the tame company is now conrefcra to Kentucky as ono toms named. They nre now nt structing an Ico factory. And a nt lln nliip Si nt on hut hold eleo- - work beyond the Obion, in the large distillery la naid to bo also n tinnsthis year tiefore Noveialier. "Riehwood" neiguborhood, Dyer rosult the water being specially Not Kentucky; never any more county. will wo have tho old August electiultablu to distilling purposes. teQr Wull Paper, good quality, Bock Bkos' Ih the placo to go tion. The now constitutionturnip, nt 6 oents per roll, at D. 1C. Wilthat great day of son & Co'tf. to havoyonr eyes tested and (lttou seed sowing, cider, gingerbread to Snoctacles of nil kinds. 8:22 Mrs. Woosley, who hns been nud watermelons. The momorles Since Kentucky has made tho ol every country boy of his first conducting n reival iu tho Pres$100,000 appropriation to linvo August election day will be rail byterian church in Fulton for no v. :i aredltablo titttto oxhiblt at tho when ho onntemplaees that they oral wcokti past, is meeting with lemarkalilo success. At each serOtilcaRO World's Fair, It would bo aro gono from us fnrover " vice the bouse Is packed with perwell for each county to supple21. It. A Wu A. sons eager to hear her expound ment this by special county exhibits of produotH, timber, minTht rriiUr mnnlldjr roctllng of lln tho Gospel and never within tho IllcVinnn UiitlllnK .nil Loan Aoeltton history of Fulton has any one erals, clays, agriuulturo, &o. occur, lluit.lny nlglil, 2Ut rut. All worked up such an interest in n An exchange wants to know ilun Mil InltrvKii rami h. p. by '1 p. m revival ns has this lady. Sho Is where- the looso silver goes. It an lli.l ilr. or Dun follow A full nrcompaiiied liy her husband, uud ibe lockbulilcra In reci'icnie wonld take snine time to ludlcnto at last nucnunts there had been its various destinations. If the conversions, among Tim iirlnn irlrl rllli nil Imp seventy-llvcontemporary wants to know how gnsb nud pretty,1 them Romo of the hardest hearted it goea we can answer tho ques- bright of oiithiislasm with im. As' sinners of the town. ways, is again tion in one sentence: Llko buck- Luster is near nt bund alio will wheat pancakes and niaplo sirup soon array herself In the most Oa.rpot.sI In whiter fast. of seasonable costumes Our general reduction extends Mr. Manrus nud stroll aloiignur thorouKhraies The card of all over our house, uud includes merchant tailor, appears in in the gonial sunshine every a vision of loveliness and Carpels, Mnttiugs. Oil Cloth, &c. tills issue. Ho la endorsed as an nxntniuo nrtlstio cntter and export in his grnco. Tho season Is rather back- Tapestiy these prices: piiceC7iej Brussels, cash trade. The community and gen- ward for tho display of spring credit price, 75c. eral trade needs a man of qualifi- dresses, but the situ will coinn out cation in Ids lino, and It Is to be bye and byo and give tho epting Rnstall wool Three Ply, rash ptlce 1.10. l).le; credit piice, hoped that tho peoplo and mer- girl a elm 30. Two Ply, cash price, Best chants will giro him liberal Tho Globo Democrat says: 70c; credit pi ico, 75c. Chnrles P. Johnson, colored, who Kxtru Super Two Ply, cash price, Now Patterns was arrested in tho Third police Seventy-fiv57 $c; credit ptlce, f8e. of Wall Paper at 1). K. Wilson district Saturday night for ilistur- - Union, cash price J5c; credit, 50c. & Go'a. bitig the pcaco, turns out to lie Hemp, cash prieo 15 to ll)c; cicdlt price, 20 to 25c. The Cincinnati Enquirer is ad- William Brown, alias Walters, vertising to give $500 for an idea. wanted nt Hickman Ky,, for Smith, Ki.mson & Co. We have peoplo in this neck of breaking jail on September 21, Gov. Brown has been very tho woods who volunteer to fur- 1890. Tho polioo of St. Louis nish tu Ideas for a great deal less were notified nt that timo to look kind to Purchase Democrats iu whose description the bestowal of official appointthan that amount, and wo havo no out for Brown, by Jailer Haukett, ments, but says ho must now draw dnnbt that they would furnish our was sent thorn big contemporary in tho city nil of Hickman. The Hlckiiinn au- the lino and roinmouco "scatteriaorta of Ideas for n good bit less thorities woro notified lust night ng," nud lietieo no Purchase demof Brown's arrest. He acknowl- ocrat's name will appear on the than WOO a pleep. The quality edges that ho is tho man wanted, World's Fair Commission. One might not ault the big journnl but tho quantity would bo pnr super- nud says that be will roturu with- of the Republican members may out a requisition, bo nnmed fiom this section. fluous. d The election for Circuit court clerk will be held thin year in No ember mid not in August. Knster sermon and services at tbfl Methodist Clmrcli In this city hnndnv Morning nt It o'oloek, 11. in. Alio at 7:30 p. in. Kverybody The blir new tirlduo over the Mississippi river at Memphis will lie opened to trallla May 12 with A water-w.ija big celebration. convention will bo held on the Utli n naval review and fireworks on tho 12th uud other festhitles to continue for two or three din. Senator Dan Yoorheesof Iudia"a wilt ho orator of the day, and will be assisted by prominent Senators and Representatives from differ-cu- t parts of tho country. s ELLI0 N QUZCK gg Cases. Tho Best filing Oat! Every Farmer Should Have Ono I & C O. Will llu C. 11. SAL3S I Eliillil tlic this Spring, ESraiicIi ICoail? SraaU JProats GO TO UK CASH GROCERY tun leaf-Lar- Tho Clinton Democrat thinks it is fairly safe to say that the Illinois Central railroad will be built to Memphis from Clinton, via Tics, Handkerchiefs, &c. Also, the latest style iu Men's and IJovs' HATS. All will be SOLD LOW! Hickman. Speaking of tho mutter tho Democrat Miys: nicer than ever bought before, and we will take pleasure in showing to all that call. A largo and Stock of is much voll-solcct- 021a OTHING-- , Geuts? Fucalsltfflg Goods, j'6a4f4 TEE OLD RELIABLE. CHAS. A. HOLOOMBE, Healer fit DRUGS, MEDICINES, I j 5 W. S.ELLXS02T. j 11 11 com-plct- o "During the pnst two weeks the discussion of tho probablities of branch road from this point, via Hickman to .Memphis, has been going on nt a great rate here nml elsewhere, occasioned by the presence of a surveying party, which has been running lines between this point nud Hickman, nud relocating olTl surveys beyond Hick-mntoward Memphis.'' Referring to the Padnca-linud Alabama's purchase of the Tcuucsseo Midland, tho snmo paper Miys thejlg Is up In that direction with the Illinois Central, and ndds: 'Now if the Illinois Central rally wants to get into Memphis from this direction, nothing seems left but for it to build n now line. Iu the unttiro of the situation this must bo by tho way of Hickman. Clinton is ovidout- ly the most available point of projection for the branch, and it need not surprise uujbodyif work 011 the new line begins nt once, that it may bo In working nrdor by tho time tho World's Fair is open for n , Ten-uesseo 1 f PAIHfS AHD DYS-STDTF- Brunei-- , Two-Pl- y, Threo-PI- y, Ingrain and Oil Cloth, at low prices, HICKMAN, KY. A FULL STOCK OF FRESH GROCERIES always on hand. Also PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED, New Advertisements. Ysuiig & Bro., DUALEUH IN HARDWARE, QUKESSWARE, Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, &.C., DOORS, SASH, BLINDS. PAINTS, OILS, &c. PHYSICIAN AND - SURGEON, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 25 J2 J. AMBEEC3 Easter and Summer Millinery. NI'DCIAI, RmMenceand olhceadjlulng Jiilye King Staple and Fancy SOIT IMPTISI 'lltil.V 'IU l.l.MW. AT- - HAVE INSU J. 11 A N C E BY OP AM. KINDS I idiot-Ishe- d I - 1 o nnJ others ileitrlng to allcml Ibe Smilirrn lUpllat (,'oinenllnn hi At. I liavojust returned from the Ma Unlh, Gto 13lh, 1SDJ, will he cities, wheio 1 linvo purchased ono plrimeil In know Ibat the n Nlilll( of the most beautitul nud artistic 1 St. Louts Katlroml hi trrang-of BATS AND BONNETS lot for their comfort a "StoIl Jtm pi I at business." ever shown iu this market. Tho Millinery for this season is so Train" to lente Nashtlllp, uulon depot. Memphis' big bridge, three 7 u0 a. in., Mar Gl Ii, nml run through In miles long nud costing $3,000,000, quaint uud intricate that one canila Murfrfc.horo, Challa. not ilesciibo itn manifold beauties. Atltnla, is nearly completed. IUIr'. It mast be seen to lie appreciated noogn, Lookout Moimtiln, , MisMon p4n-RtrBaT Go to Young & Bro's for There is no lino of goods that fol- Keunitiw MonnUln, ka rWIiir t a cltyllglii rlJ the plclur. lt.ronh 11:20 fresh Groceries. lows so closely tho wnke of fash oqno mountains of Tennttioe ami IJeor Recently n bill passed the ion; md ladies, the Hcknnwledged. pin, pailng lli rou nli hi acenei of more Legislature requiring nil convicts follow era and leaders or such, will l ban till jr linltlf. of Ihe civil war, lhl In the i'irst Kfi'w..v. Gonrt JJIs ...... In my Hue 110110 but tho most raitrotil belni; Ihe lint of march of I lie triot to bo sent to h'dilvvlllo In. nni'roved French styles they ex two great armiti from Nahyl!lclo Allan I'.iciir-loon rale Mtv llcktli stead of tho Frankfort prison; but 'peel nud demand something new, la. lo 0th, IncludTf, atwill lxlure tor rnnml yrl one tho snmo law does not say what to umb,l take pleasure in saying that trip, gooil In return on or be tore May 17tb. Delegate from MHiniirl, Kentucky. Ycl do with tho women. Last week a here they will find it. Every was ono of ni- - prisoners foitdins lieotiNniade to socnio for Tennerree hoiill arrlte In NhiHo on of of or nlj-lsent from Union county to the 1113 (customers n lino of Millinery llie mmoriiins iIiIhMay &1I1, In aJJIllon, lib, 10 lake so train. villn prison, but as that place that will both please nud attract, can taku reular train lefore or is not provided for tnklng care of Ilopo each and every one will find afur Ibefilh, at we h tlouhlo il.illy women, the warden refusud to something to suit their individual lra!u makinir (tut lime to ,MInU from take her, and tho case was laid taste. I ofler for your inspection Mfinplil", Milan, lliiinboblt, t'nlon City, Marlln, MoXemie, I billow Itock Junction, before tho Governor, who oidor- - and selection my Hats, Bonnets So W. Mr fiirther iuforuiilion aitilre and Flowers, ed tlio woman I)ctrstt n, r. WltlTTUN OI'l'ICI", HOYSTBH, GROCERIES FKUITS, tc. Clinton St.,'.lt Door Kusl.'of Laetrile Hotel. dial-tnuno- n lacu:dJ iibooic, HICK M A N, K Y. HICKMAN, KY. G01UIUL G, IIOTi .ra HICKMAN, KY. u tTd1 Attorney at 1? w, B. Centrally located. Convenient to SiicerMori to a. i. Dart., Eivor Lauding. Bussos Call Regulaily. Every AttenGeneral Insurance Ae'ts1. tion given tu Comfort of Guests. I). II. BRYANT, Prop'r. FIRE, 'IOUHADO, MARINE' m Mm,of - LIFE AND ACCIDENT! Tstil Assit; Coapisid ?.:?;:::,'.::, - -- lill 0t5:e, Clinton St., Laolcde Dlock HICKMAN, KY. Ol'I'ICE OVEK IIIOKMAN DANK. WIIIi"'enl hfoniptly to all limine in ti care. mclitl-'t- Cuts in Kb-orl- uftet-noo- 15 or 20 shares of stock in tho Frankfort instead of Eddyville. COT Beautiful Embossed Wall Iiickmnu Kulldmr nml Loan As Paper side, wall border and ceil- sociation, series I) or E, for which the ing to match, at D. E. Wil.so.v In withdrawal valno will be paid cash. Apply nt Courier olllcc & Co'.s. will recommend that ho new law bo so changed as to compel ull women convicts to bo sent to to Fiaukfort and ADDIE L. JONES. L DANLKV, O. 1'. 4. 1 Tan 11. A, Naslitille, A. W. LINDSAY, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. WAXTF.I) ! mi! r.ni'OA'iin.N i. assocj 110v "NOTICE! 11 nil-wo- ir e To sell LOW, wc must buv for The nexlmeetlnjof the FnIlnnCounlj'n n... .l'li.,., wpwiT-S" ,,,y . 'V!; a Ideational AaaomaHon will be MONLV. U C Would kind r cbool Iioukd (Moiiunmery AoaJnnv) f little Miilb etil of lllekinin, onjhe tlh I.V Usk nil our fl'icilds, whom WO Dr. S. K. Davidson .Saiiinlay In Ihla tncnih, nnl ccryho,ly havo Intllllgod, to COIIIO forward , Anil rKcUlly are hns returned to Illnktnnn and in attend arlinilr.i 80ttlo their IH'COUIltK. From mi lencurri urgeu moo ineioni n tho practice of his profes-sloililail..... ..,. ...ill ...11 ... . .i .. UnKrnl tiling, Ibe oitiio'ia nf the varlou a Thoso desiring Dental work credit. illotricti where llio Asol itlon U hell can find him nt his office, Clinton It meellnii ml rovblu well (or Ihe Smith, Klmson & Co. street, tip stairn over Cowgill & phjslral romfurt ot all present, Imtaearee iy mora than half a dojen lenflhrr are Oowgill's drug store. YEAR. eer preoenl If we leaeher ib not lk Tha Conneoltcnt Indemnity Aliociallan, an at more iulereit In nnr orjnliitlon oi "sierntiry, Uonneotlrul, waul a r lend in imrnii,o imwv mi. P") iil l "vary oouniy and town In pie will toon hue all Intereal In our work l',w Wo glto be.t Coininuelou and rernt in longer n liesrly welcome ""'licky. We would like to hate eery leather In ' on,,f"a. "Ilh renownl lnlerel, ao lhat HICKMAN, KY. ... ..... .. II. ..... ......If.,.. .!. 'oierato worker cxn mako s .oou a iivm, iu.tii" lie ruiiiiij iMv.riiv . SALE AND LIVERY STABLE year. It HICKMAN, KY. would, therefore, do to keep eye on tho negro nxndusrs. Kau Office i'h K S. Murrvll. & nas Uklaliomaiiml Liberia mav bo A.. the objective points, but tho North KENTUCKY BTIttET will catch tho bulk of the movers PHYS.CAN AflD SURb'EON eonslnntljr on hand fr I. is Tho main object is to make good KIICrB tale HICKMAN. KKMUCK1 these States to the Republicans by use of tho negroes, uud this SerTleen lo IIOIISUB, IIUOaiES sod 11ACK. Ot'FI.Bi hlarrofestlonnl und vlcinil; ot Hlo'.Diun is nil. Tins is Presidential 1111 Attoraoyaat'Iia UK. A. "w j JiULir, Fakis and entire Parkeii, ftulU-'8- C A. 2T1. OL2VEH, KENTUCKY. )o( jon want done, or rcpalra nu a IUrlnp pnrcbaitd Ihe liable, bore" outfit of W, 1). Dimmer we popoie lo continue Ibe busiutia, vt illicit rutronage' u. Blacksmith and Undertaker IIIOKMAN, hjickman garble DIALC Works, AT. JlWK'MAb', IS $1,500A I 10MII ANI UKAVI Goodn, STONEa. In (lock, a dnt lot of Cdninion, HowiMd, and Solid Black W'al Italian Marble, 1 am rr nut Collin .nut Caaea, which cjii be- Ulled HAVING .t ii I can Hate regular and reaonamire llNrfi,rw"" " Shop In Laetrile Work, Imported ood, u In I'llialt 01 tlieillitrict, hi' I notice, nud at rcixonable pa red to All all order. Call and luinine on I'olieiej guarnnteed. I,. I lliVT will Ihl clally welcnmeil anl,"1'1"' flret-oI'my work. mall. rrimnin9, arll.llo Cutting, prise wre, I). A. NEAI.E, WILMI. COOK, umrtuoimly fed. (Mora from lb country ptcwptij bhoi noar Ihe Jull, firtcliM norkniuu, Sallsfaulion i:i-May Hal J, Ky. 1,13 UJ Sllvd. rree'l or Aot)l,iiiou lujjr'ij.ba iUAunus lnErirjE, GIVK 1 M13 A TI5IAL when B. C. HAMAGE, Italian and American M0NU.MKNV8, Wafooa". &c. Moroluvat Tailor, ala tci' Hurchnelng full line of iperialty MAniu.i Undortakor'c llleu nr-anlct- d, fif UM "i(-.- T.y a . t Al&afka afrto,fe . .. " vsm ttn 1 ... I - w L. T"Ti- - hi -- 7 "1 I - WW t "PIT" ' " LOVE FOR HUMANITY AStrotig Dcslro for Iho Highest Good and llcst Wclfuro of tho World. THE GREAT WORDS OF GREAT MEN. tha telephone, so that the development of the sciences has been tho real cause of til modern advancement. We will take, for example, one d partmenl of science, but tho most Important ..'.virtmcnt. Ono which affects our Tery lire an ' happiness. rortneily tho treatment of human Ills was A Host Remarkable Array of Outspoken Statements from SCon of Mark in Both Con tinenU. INTERESTING FACTS AND FACES. H..BflP I The orator before the. Senate railed this "an He -- as wrong. "I'rogrem" dors not halt express It; Itlsnnacoof revolution. Involutions carried on, not by armies, but by discoverers. Inventor and It Is a marvelous age, an ago when the ordinary will not bo accepted, when the best Is demanded. Our grandfathers were content to travel In stvge. coaches, to lira In cabins and Tt Wo demand palaco a mall onco a week a.e of progress." fi sawB&f a fXZZ.1i sTTWffl IK njnuyin '.zz. mm,mMmM -- y ei!. WmfflMmsw '.ftfM-4- JT.M bh..e v e4. Mankind has been luffertnf, enduring, dying from a came far greater thao email pox, mora terrible than hydrophobia and more sjbllt The habits of modern life, than consumption. tho Tery Inventions which have made civilisation so treat, hive drained the vital forces of life and undermined the org in that sustaia life. Ten years ngo this great truth was realised by a gentleman whose own life was In sore Jeopardy, and tno discovery wnicn no nas given to the world has done and Is doing more today to strengthen tho vitality, lessen suffering, prcscne tho health and lengthen life than any of tho discoveries of tho other great rata The discovery referred to above mentioned. was tnadobyMr II II. Warner, of Rochester, N V i and Is known In Europe, In America, and throughout the world as Warner's Sato Cure. It may perhaps bo thought that the above assertion Is an extravagant one, and so It would bo wcro not tho unquestionable proofs rresent to verify It. Within tho past few years the claims made more than ten years ago have admitted by the highest sclentlflo authorities, both In Europe ami America, and It Is with KENTITKYJSTATK NKWS. senate opened up this morning with only elucn of her dtgnttled mcmlicr prrsrnt, nnd that number hever reached n quorum The bill of the cry coimnl'Mon on fees nnd salaries was rtrl. read In full In giro tho absentees a chum-- e to ttrsgi-l- e In, but they failed to spptar Tho bill on action came, up, nnd setrral amendments were defeated, ono of which glto n right (of action ngttnst nstllant to a man who had beensand-barged- . Judge I.lndsey moved to reconuier. He thought tho senate was rattled, nnd did not Intend to f nrourago by refusing the victim a right of action. Hot'nc Mr. O'Mcara Introduced a resolution making tic rctcnuo bill a special order every day at II c'cloek until It ronsldrratlon Is Iir Wools moved that the rrsolmion to allowed logooter tnlll Mthvt member have lime to think iho matt, r our, and his motion wss adopted The ways and' me ins committee reported n substitute for Mr Hart's coal oil Inspector bill, whlih makes the state Inxpcctor a general supervisor of the county Inspcitors, who are appointed by the county Judges. The revenuo bill was then taken up ami discussed until the end of tho session. The McCain tobacco bill, which every body m. ulll bo a dead letter on the statute took,wm signed by both speakers to-dnnd sent le the governor FiiANKronr, April a. .SkXATit Tbe Spalding fish bill rame up as a special order and Senator Wortlum's amendment to strikeout Section Swat rejected. This section has refer eucn to fish nets, and gwcii any person finding one stretched in a river authority to deatro; It. Some grntltmen offered an amendment to strikeout section C, which offers a reward cf 5 to Informers against any ono violating the pro Mslcns of IhoacL Adopted, but a motion at entered to reconsider, and Jim Mulligan spoVe la opposition to this until the bill was cut c e t.r another speil.il order. Iheelettlon bill. Senator Miller moved to strikeout article It. the loci! option clause, and a lengthy debate followed. Iloi-.rlllu- s Introduced Toregulate the liability of Insurance companies In cfrutjf4ct, to promote public school Interests In the cfiy f Winchester an act relating to the state prtoai to prevent the combination of dealers In let' tobacco for the purpose ot raising feet aelajirad. atory to the charter of the town of Prnive, Christian county. The committees we-- e then called for report Senator Aleiandir't tiAto permit guarantee and trust companies t iher states to do buslnes In this state, by crapll-ane- e with the laws governing similar romranles In Kentucky, with the expression of opolon that It ought to pass. Tho World's fair tU "as then discussed, but no action was taken ruANKroiiT, April Mr KMer offered an amendmsnt to the rules to change tho time ot opening tho senate to 10 a. n The Spilling Hsh bill then came up, and thi olnoi-lou- s amendment adopted jistrrdiy n , V 1'ed. Itwasdlscoiered, howeier, that there "onot a the enough votes present to carry the hill emergency clause, so the friends ot the r alwhich lowed It to be cut off by the election bit came up as a special order The flr"' lag pending on the election bill was Mr M ler's motion to strike out article XIV , the ar c on local option. Tho motion was adopted v s yea and nay vote of 11 to 1SL The setiatn ten adjourned. HOL'SK Mr Harlow Introduced a blll''y permission, entitled an act to regulate th jleof leaf tobacco by the public warehouemea t this dls commonwealth- - Tho Worlds fair bill cussed at length, after which a motion tetend the session until the World fair bill t disposed of. was made and carried. FRAMcroBT. Aprtl7 SrwAtt-- A entmunl. cation from the auditor was read whia gave the amount paid to assessors in the state for some tlm' back. Ibis was In responx to a la IscJ this amounted W MO,. Joint resolution Ki, and In IsxJ to (!,MJ The bill the charter of the Ohio Valley Turn ke Co. was read a third time and passed Senator bill was madttsrcetal Stewart's school-booorder for April 13, and from day to day The election bill was then taken up, and the senate reconsidered that part ot the bill providing that the polls still be closed at 5 p. m, but alter some time had been consumed, the section vat passed over without anything deflilte having been dono. this llorsK. The World's fair bill morning by a much larger vote than tcn Its friends had anticipated. The Wllsoo tOphone bill will not come before the committee ca municipalities until next week, as Mr. WIjcs was unable to be present FHANitroHT, April 8 Sematsl Itate bill II, toauthoriie the levy by fiscal couru ot a poll and al valorem tax for the purpose of joy ing outstanding indebtedness, was pueJ, witra an amendment providing that no tai ot this kind shall be Imposed fur the purpose ! taking up railroad boodt. The committee on Immigra tion and labor reported the bill creating tie oflce of District Inspector of mines, with "!e expression of opinion that It should pass. TM bul on attorneys, etc .wss recommitted to thotnmmll- tee on general statutes. The house Mil levying a turnpike tax In Montgomery county was taken up and passed. Motion to reconsldir the till passed repealing an act creating theoClee of bond commissioner In Johnson county was with drawn, and the bill now goes to the governor. Horse- - Illlls Introduced To prevent the lotion of streams, to amend section of the code of practice on "Liens on Mechanics, "to promote good roads In the commonwealth; toregulate entries and compeUtlon In contest of horse speed en courses in this commonwealth, and to pre vent wnat is caned "ringing;" committee on state prisons and house of reform reported Mr Ualley'a bill to allow the Mason-KoarCo. the use of one hundred convicts outside the walls, with expression of opinion that It was unconstl tutlonal, and should not pass. KRAXKroRT, April 9 Sc.xate. House bill 91, authorizing fiscal courts to levy a poll and advalorrm tax for county purposes was passed. Petitions were read In ravor of the bill creating the office of asltast Inspector of mines The commtfteeon Internal improvements reported the bill to make lltg Darren river a lawful fence favorably. Same reported, with the same ex presslon, the house bill to amend the road laws The bill from the revisory commission entitled an act relating to clerks was recommitted to the same committee. A bill from the revisory commission on contribution was passed, after a long discussion and the bill was "clinched." An act to provide for costs In certain cases wss given a third reading and passeil. iIucsb. The committee on county and ilty courts reported favorably Mi. doughs bill amendatory to the ,blll allowing Ixwan county to retire Its railroad indebtedness, uaienaerea Mr llall-- y presented the communication offer ed yesterday from the Mason I- - oura ca mis tlmeelgned Indue form. It will be spread on the Journal. Committee on rules reported withont expression the amendment offered to Ike house rules, fixing the hour of meeting at V 9) a. m., and It was adopted. Mr Slay then called up the bill to authorize a levy of a poll and tax, as amtnded by the senate. Motion was made to recommit on the Judiciary, and a roll rail Icing demanded. It carried. IrgMntlir t'rorepitlng. rniMtroiiT. April DDSTltUOTIVB FLOOD. I'll mis In llieliimlilglirh Vtle Atmndoned MIkv. Anrll 13 The re cent heavy rains have nwollon all streams In this section of the roil n try to n point never beforo known, and asa result tho destruction of life and property Is frightful. All farms along tho Tomblgliec river valley have Wen aban doned, housesof till Minis wttsiioil away, nil fencing is gone, and cuttle nnd males han be-- n drowned. hv hundreds Many IliMtlng hottsen liavo pnsseii avail- I.very the rher. down nble intlt here has been day ami iiluht rullevlnif the sufferers, earning out food and bringing In tho deslltuto On ono small inouttil tltero people. wcro forty iMsiple, itinl as many mow cattle and mull's On another tltero wero seventy people and cattle by tho hundreds. Tho Negroes on all tho low lands have lost everything on earth they had, and there are hundreds of them hero K'ing fed by the city. Tho white people have been unable to get ii Negro to do uny kind of work to wards rescuing otlier .egriH's witnoiii pavuiunt in advanee. Twelve .Negroes nave iH'etuiroivinsi within three iiilles of this city At miinU on the river below hero the loss ot life is very large. Tho railroads lmvn abandoned till trains vvestvvanl, ana there aro many washout. Their trestles are swept away, and nil the roads havu largo forces repairing damages. trains will bo It will 1h n week i SETTING ON THE w This 000. A Dot Tmln-Ntarte- r. tl Iloii.es ,f I i I He and lu.it liunii llioiiner- - I'riipiily iir.iruu- tt Done II y Hoys In DIITereni nut's. u mmxjzm jiij r? VfifiwiuH ijmv3m Lk. ' "V- - u JA x 1 w Ii K v PItOR DR. KOCH, DERMX made a matter of superstition, of incantation, tho same as It Is by tho medicine mca of the InClrudually rmcnrlrg from such dian blindness, tt was still a matter of b irotry, What pcoplo must Lave suffered of folly. Imagined. In theme days can scarcely l They wcro bled, they were curred, they were leeched, they were subjected to en ry derlco whereby their vitality could 1 mluoed and wonaer i their lit esenaangerea II u that the raco survived. lifc- 11 - J"-r- "sl w5s ax DR. BEYER, Or WURZHURO, OKItMANY. 'mvzTvZnS ?ya4iA'VClS& ivZrx' &fr'tlZixsn&tsV1''' ,, running. There linn been nocommttnl-catio- n up to Monday with the ouUldn world since last Wednestlny. The ivntrrn have Kh'Ii receding, but are iignln rising. One rescuing party was upset ami thrcv Negro l"s dnivvneil three miles above, town. All tho others climbed trees and wcro found. Another u Ing party was upset, nnd spent twciity- three hours In the trees. re-e- IT COSTS TOO MUCH. rottinaster suinrles. Wasiiinoton, April 12. At the post oftlce department a report has just been completed upon the bill recently Introduced In congress to provide In a measure for tho isuallzution of salaries, particularly of Its particular tho smnller nfllcpn. provision was llxlng ftt as the lowest limit of any salary for any ix,t- mastcr. The bill Is Itelng watehtsl w Ith tlio deepest interest by the great army postmasters. Hnm tho of fourth-clas- s general tenor of the report made by tho post ofllec deiMrtiitent II does not ap pear that the olllelals fuvor the incisure. The report statei. It would cost IT.WO.-00- 0 per an mi m to carry out the pro visions of tho bill, ami that sum must, be added In case tho bill lnvame a law, with the post ofllec, appropriation bill for tho next fiscal year. It shows that at present 47,000 postmasters receive nn ruinual compensation of less than liOO, and '2,000 get less even than 1100. Ons United States postmaster In North Carolina broke tlio reconl for the past year by getting the salary of s centK. jsist-ntaste- pn WILLIAM i EDWARD RODESON, M HCS I., L. K. Q. I. Late of the Royal Nary of England. a &? '. .. Afyt4uMU4 7 .4 The I'roposeil Inerrato of t'mirtli.t Um Q - J&uts ffsdCi, toot, jls( yyauutJr & jfittijCtlukAJ kj & C&U&6 pleasure that wn present herewith some remarkable reproduced statements, together with the faces of tho men who miiio them. Kidney troubles, resulting far too often In Drlght'a disease, are the great evil of modern life. They frequently come silently and unannounced. Their rrcsence far too often Is hot realiteJ until their treacherous fangs have been fixed upon tho ltal portion of life. Nothing can be more deceptive, for their symptoms are varied in nearly every Instance. Thousands ol persons haro been their victims without rcaur lag or Lnow lng whit tt Is that afflicted them. y who do not Thousands are suffering know the cause. The following outspoken words, however, show what wonderful things this great remedy has done: Ohio: Mr Oeorge A. Pajels, Chllllcothe, "For several years I suffered terribly with kid. everything recommended, ncy trouble. I tried but could get no relief. Warner's Safe Cure re stored me to health." Twining, Granville, Ohles "I have Mr. used Warner's Safe Cure for Rheumatism and have received great benefit from It." Mr. M. McCarthy, South New Lyme, Ohio! "Five years ago I was troubled with Kidney Disease, lost S5 pounds in weight, and was not expected to live. Three bottles ot Warner's Safe Cure cured me. Mrs. Ellxa Guiles, Camden, Ohio; "Four yean ago I suffered from Hemorrhage of the Kidneys, our doctor odvljed me to take War- - IB. Rougti 0a day Married Mtn. pa! I i ears, tasteful'homes and dally communication age; the with tho world. It is the age of the telegraph and the telephone. A man peaks the entire world reads his words morning. There aro but twenty four hours in the day, but t hours arc crowded into it We all know bow wo have Bdvanced materially. Do we realize ho we haro adt sneed scien tifically! More than In any other manner. Indeed, it has been the advancement In science which has caused the advancement in material things The discovery of steam permitted the railroad and the steamboat. The development of electricity made possible the telegraph and rapid-transforty-eigh- There has been an absolute revolution in the practice of medicine and In the treatment of human Ills. Instead of undermining the vital forces by cupping1 and bleeding, the vitality is now sustained In every vosslUa manner. In stead of tearing down we setk tobuild up. In stead of Increasing misery we seen t create happiness. Rut the greatest advancement in uiedlcal science has been made by discovery Harvey could afford to endure the ridicule cf tho world for revealing to it tho grand discovery of the circulation of the blood. Jenner might be ostracized, hut millions hare benefited by his discovery of vaccination. I'osteur lived in a more enlightened age and escaped ridicule while the world received the benefit which his discoveries have brought. Koch, although forced to reveal his discovery before Its perfection, will be revered by future generations. The discoveries of these great men have been of untold benefit to tho world, and yet they were not in the line of the world's greatest tl CoiUMni'S, O, April 12. One of the most remarkabiu bills of the session was Introduced by Mr. Taylor, ol Guernsey county. Tho Intent of the bill Is to make matters uncomfortable for gay married men who like to shine around young girls. The bill provides as follows: He It enacted by tho general asseinby of the state ot Ohio, that any person, being n inarrlcil man Ohio, who shall In the state of fraudulently pretend to be a slnglo man, and make proposals of marring!! to any girl or uiimarrlrd woman, or repeatedly call on or keep company with such females, upon such false pretense that ho Is eligible to matrimony, shall bo deemed guilty ot n crime, and, upon conviction, lie lined not less thitn M00 nor more than 500, nnd lmprivmctl in the penitentiary not less than ono year nor moro than threo years. When a boy In Nqw England lin oo easioti to "set" hU dog upon any ono or anything, he exclaims, as a rule, "fltlg Mint StlgMai'." Tho New York boy, or i the lioy of the West, generally nujs, j Sic 'ml" To tho Western boy "Slo 'lltil tl."1isri.ls. Inlsre Ihs 'ViP:iV,V17i'.i.odits llrllllanMjwr. nbmtiil; TlislllslngSun aiets tho command "Stlg 'lint" sounds h eonura.r It provokes hi laughter; but his own it flaw parkai with sttiy putchSte. r at the command Is equally amusing to the station. Through residenceLowestoft nt tho New Bngland boy. This llttlo differ- station ho Consumption carries otT had acquired an Instinct ence illustrates tho beginning ot local which told hi in the exact time tit which many of its victims needdialect. Probably neither boy Ihlnks of cm ti train should start from the tertho exact meaning of whut ho says. 11a on Un It can be stopped is merely repeating words which ho minus near, journey. As the moment lessly. drtvv ; lias heard others use, and which ho Is and excited. tho collie became restless sometimes it As tho bell uttered Its llrst uro, from their frequent repetition, vv iirnitig would scamper down sound, ho cannot. that tho dog will understand. v the Tho boy who saya "sic 'inr Is repeat- closeplatform, nnd, planting himself It is as cruel to raise false; to tho engine, bark furiously until ing a corruption, but one degree re- he saw tho vv heels begin to movc.lliivlng it is weak to yield! moved, of the words "Seek lilnil" which accomplished thcistnrtlngnf tho train, ns hopes as re n very uhl command, "Stlg 'lin" is n corruption one degree lie supposed, ho would rush to tho guard's to false feara. tho further removed from Its original than or condtictont hisvan, ondAs hurry train There is a way to help tho post. "slo "Int." It began with "take ltlin." conductor to pued out of the station he retired and within the teach of most who' sv hlch was varied by tho use of "so" bewttsfeeu uo more tin til, the time wns fore It "So toko html" Prom this to near for another trail, to start. Youth'a arc tSirehtencillcARrKUi. liv's' taae Him," was an easy Biep, nnu ine Companion. moro easily pronounced "stlg 'lm" was ing and Scott's Emulsion of I'utlle Krli.iola In Western Clllet. tlie nevt corruption. cod-live- r oil. The wonl "so" Is often used as a kind . lii no city in tho west Is thero a sign of Intenstvo expression In all sorts of that public education will not remain book is send you commnnds to animals. Probably tlio tho most costly branch of government. unmcnnlngexprcislon which There nivj tvo vays to look nt such a on the subject ; frec4H apparently Is often used In urging on a dog, In the condition, but, In my opinion, tho two Scerr Do t,Ckmiis, i J South ih A eastern part of tho country, "Steboyt" wuysnrc uot what they aro commonly ' !. " j Viwr divlflM teps .Veil's Em Is no moro than n greatly compressed supposed to le. Ono way should be to oil all dnmitu eteryshtrs .IJ. and corrupted form of "So tnko 'eta look with envy on tho rioh, vv ho thus Voy!" although Emerson seems to hava may Mini their children to school for looked upon It a an abbreviation m eight vears, while the, poor, who must "lllstl aboyt" put their llttlo ones to v. orlc at tender Tho farmer, by tho way, Is very fond ages, f.xit the greater part of tho cost. f calling his animals "ty." He says, Thq other way might well le to com"Whoa, boy!" and "Oo on. boy," to Ills miserate the poor who arc deceived by Into IiiUating Urn aor&e; but It is vt orlhy of notice that he sentimental clap-traaever calls his torso "boy" unles be coumwii school system In such a manfeel In a good humor with It. Tho ner l' at al lost their share In Its benesvord is always to lw regarded as a com- fits become microscopic. Julian Kulph1 pliment or expression of affection. I must say a word as to tlie ef lu Harper's Magazine. Often the possessor of a dog does not ficacy of Ocniian Syrup. I liavo .. A....II.. V.. 1 I. 1.. llon't This! nso any sot phrase In commanding his f. W.oaerOno Hundred Pollart llew.rd " result "7 ColtN, with most ex animal to attack. Ho may say, "Cutch Caiarrh tint can not b the fur r him!" or "do for hlml" or "Selio him!" curra hr l.l a tI'surrn uure. . Hull cellent succvas. I uave taKcii u tuy CiiBSeT eV l' , rro(ia , Toledo O Y or anything else which ho chooses. It vv Hi u..il.'ri.;iiet!. liavo known 1. J self for Throat Troubles, nnd lute is well known that the command to at nml Mtsve therefrom. I 3 f'r Um Usl 1.1 tnck Is the one which a dof most easily Choi wrfotlv hnurablsyears, I b'ltltiest derived good in blm learns. Almost anything- will aervo for tram cUons and rlnAiielalli shin to eatrjr tlietcforc rceoiiimend it to m uciph bors as an excellent remedy in Mich tho purpose; for most Joea, as wo ara oiiti ob Ication niaJely then Ann Wes truly told, "delight to bark and bite," lMi' X. Tru... WholetAlo DmenUM, To cases. James T. Purctte, Iiarlys Wal.llnif, Klnuan e. Jlarvln, O, villc, Va. Ucwnre of dealers who Hut they also delight to obey: and uo Wh ,iaienriirgltis,Toio.lo, Ohio Is laketi Internally, offer you "sotiicliiing just as Kootl." properly Initned dog will attack withHt I a Catarrh blooil and mucoui out a command, except on his master's soil f Jlrtvtly uort tts I'npeTSo (wr lot Always insist on having lioschec's premises at night. by allilruirfltla Tsttlmonlatf freo. German Syrup, Uy a seeming perversion ot terms, the command which most naturally signiELY'8 It il 'esa't follow Hist ainan Is a cblrup-edi- t tiecauto li3 , nts the corn from tli foot fies to attack, "Charge!" has come to mean just the opposite thing, namely, ot a bill lilnj- .iimton CREAM BALM to llodown. A Hlteliar nf Cannon ia Mnny owners of dogs, In order to rencould hardly sUirtls a perthe der tlie animals useful to themselves Ct0i lo sensear to nrrvet mom than Ihs . son only, train them to oloy spcelul com- ttat. n, tig iif a 'loor, tl.o outcry of a child, am v mm mands, invented by tho matter. A case the 'at' l.i of a heavy vetil. lo over a ctihbla Is known In which a man taught his dog stone otvettKnt, the vvallliistof anaslbmatlo Quiet ami strraglhen super Woman or Child to obey In reverse order, as It wcro tsclcrtan itiitU scTveavvtth lloitatur's Blowa.-When ho said, 'Come here," tha dog Ulttrrs, and you can liraro uuy hubbub (eound wits ran away, and "Oct outl" was his com- cai ss tranquillity. IcdUettleo, of nervousness. Is bantsbe.1 by th mand to the dog to approach. Bo are malarlovt, bilious and Bit era. No dog can be regarded at of much kl.lauy oooiplalnts, debility and rheama. Not a liquid orUnuff. use unless he understands and obeys at tls-- t 1 least seven commands, namely! "Here," arrllxt i.'ijrt.auo" tho to fellow a )!!!lialnc until never fla tin cloml. I A 6lK 1 ftkllA. Wsrtsa ft . M for "Come here," with which every II er above hsrstt ttmbas Tost young dog's education should lgin, and which is tho moat important comTiieHouth West Land Investment Jour-n- n mand of all; "Sto Vm," or "tnka 'cms" a carefully edited and thoroughly ra "charge," or "Ho down;" "heel," or fol lU lo monthly' Journal, publlthsd In tha In Wlicn you buy FUgs you f South west aa.l espevlally of low close behind; "go home," "got out,'" l T want tlie best. Government sad "don't touch " Youth'a Com el aas, iipvabo mailed Jar sir wenths freo of H. l'arksr. No stl.mtoK rr panlon. Standard Is the best; Ihe '.'.Hi sttnut SU . Hi Ixiult, Mo Tbe paper eeilalns muohvatuablolnformatlnn totiioso Concerning Car lionet. Uracil (lag dealers in the U. r srtUIPK in l) lem.'lstltif vltlllnK "Car horses come from tlie uttcrjiii K ith vie.sU Write and obtain a cop;. S. are G. W. SIMMONS nt train-starte- There died recently at Lowestoft, England, ono who is spoken of by the local prci as "a very popular member of the stalT of tho Great Knstcrn railway." He was a blnck and tnncolllo dog, and ho was not umiolntcd to the "M'sJtIon" which ho held by the olllcers of the com puny, but by himself. Al- inmign lime anil liauit brotiglit about his recognition us lil I sometimes Let -- Jl "!" 4 fio.l-llts- f p "German Syruf) "' ,' ' ll...l.l,l. "'.'.. lt - e ti Catarrh PTLsrsM woiitii i' to $500 h CATARRH ior in (iltltt ' J "' t'-11- T'i BUNTING lere-lsti- It-- tt alt parts of the earth," remarked tho ccn tary of one of the big city car compan v DR. CIO LEWIS. jffiHGP1 m ffVWj DR. R. A. GUNS, Dean oi the United States Medical College, New York, and Editor of the Medical Tribune. tJric' eJSaUf ner's Safe Cure, which I did, and It completely cured me." Miss Alice Dowers, Winfleld, Ohio: "I was troubled with Dyspepsia for six years, was nervous, and could not sleep. The pain la my head was so Intense that my hair turned gray although I was only 14 years ot age. Warner's Safe Cure completely restored me to health." Mr. J H. DePoy, Editor ll.tffy Xiuity, Leesburgh, Ohio "I have used Warner's Safe Cure and can testify to Its good effects. It cured me after doctors had given me up." Mr.T. II Mllhaus, Hebron, Ohio: "I regard Warner's Safo Cure as the best kidney medlclns In the world. It was a great success in my case. My wife thinks it is the best blood medietas manufactured." Mr D. 1'. Shriner, Editor 5rio.'a Ga;cttt Chllllcothe, Ohio: "I b.ve used Warner's Safe Cure, and but for Its timely use, I verily bellevo I la my grave, from what doctors would have term llrlgut's Disease." Mrs. S. K. Karnes, Amanda, Ohio: "I was cured ot a serious kidney disorder by use of Warner a afo Cure." The discovery made by Mr. II. II. Warner has been acknowledged throughout both hemispheres to be tho only discovery for this great modern evil now known to the world. I.lUe all great discoveries, It has bad its encml.es and met with oppoHlilon, but Its marvelous popularity with the public has been phenomenal and its complete acknowledgment by scientists I and the professions has been deserved. stands, as it deserves to stand, upon a plane ot among all prominent dls own, Its cove rls for tho relif of humanity mid tho promotion if be"pInc- - M 'fcfctCUJ L &Mj& O-Wr- o population nnd ivnntu n place In the up to !t s cities. M. S. 1CK has been appointed post master at Kichardsvllle, Wnrrcn county. Wii.ua t Woods, In Jail nt loulsville on suspicion, proves to bo the murderer of William Ilottoms at Chicago ten Pi.nevillk has counted Its l,'-'.'- fifth-clas- Body Snatchirs Come to Orlef. Kt.ritl.v.O., April 12. Two men named Stevel and Maple vveru arrested on a charge of body snatching. Of lute live IkkIIch have beeen lifted from tho pisir house cemetery, and when tho parties left tow n with ropes nnd tackle nnd iv box they v ere watched by Sheriff Ensign. They secured the lxly of a man named Clark, who dletl iieforo ChrisWife 1 wonder why llttlo Dick tmas crowded It into a lox, nnd on their arrival here were taken In charge. Tho doesn't come home. I want him to run n young med- on lota of errands. Husband Doesn't stlfT was for a ical student in Cleveland. ho know it? Wife Yes. I told him before he went to school. Husband (who Scalded Three. won once a boy himself) You might IlTTslicitnu, April 12. The separator have had more sense. In the rod department of Olivcr'sScventh street mill blew up Monday morning, Mrs. Dlx Thcc clubs must be very seriously scalding three workmen, Jus, unhealthy places. Mrs. Hicks What Hodgem, Michael Komi anil Dennis makes you think so7 Mrs, Dix My Their injuries uro not fatal. husband says they wouldn'tleta man In unless he hnd the grip. N. Y. Herald. The nival Swimmers. April 12. Itolirrt I'. When a man la looking for a wife, IIai.tivioiu;, America's champion swimmer, will he wants, an angel; but when he goes accept "t!us," Sanderson's challenge to to housekeeping,. letsomctlmci says ugly swim one to ten miles for stakes of fiOO tilings because ha didn't get a cook. i to f 1,000 and the championship. THE MARKETS. Brains, Btat Oat Ills Wire's Ci.SC ISl" ATI, April Jackmi.v, Miss,, April 12. -- With nn . J iron poker James Scott, colored, of this Oioleo II u Ichers.. . im ftll'l ., ., 3UI it I IV city, beat out hLs vvlfo'n brains. After I 91 (t I III . Cond narrowly escaping a lynching, he w.is SHKKI'-Om- slnickerstochok-. hsjltcd up. I.AMIts-Ilutih- rnt ... It ID ft Ml well-knowDon-novaMa-geMVKSTOrK-ailll.j--eiinin.onl IICKl.v-C.Vm.im- lea during a discussion of that variety of steed, "and as a nilo w o pay one hut drcd and fifty dollars per head for them. This U our limit, nnd in buying a hot-- r his age, If he be in good condition, Isu t n matter of much consideration. Tl s Is explained by tho fact that a ear last, moro than two years, w hi r tome of them pound to piece on the cobble stones In atx months. When they are thoroughly worn out we sell them off at tvventy-flv- e to thirty dollars, apiece. If the purchaser Is aslmriT he puts the beast out to gross for a month's rest, and when next seen in public that horse turns up at n horse auction where he is warranted 'sound, kind and true ' This Is quite an ancient trick with divert gentlemen who Hvo by their wits. ' N Y, Commercial Advertiser. Iris the that Kenorally Utsiesman. sets "roasted." 4..- - who la only half baked onkcra ft CO., Oik Hill. Boston, Mass. When Nalora 'eJt asslstnnco It mar Ui best to render It rvmj'.ly, but ne tbonl-- remembor to use even tho moit feet retneji-- s only when needrd. 'ilio best and roost sttnlo and centleremtslt is iho H.rupof Flc. manu-- i lacturcd by ilia California Flf Hyrup Ca 1 Dealers In 'Military Write for t Uniforms. Flag Calalo'tie. i'i FLAGS, ' Mex nlll worslvlLi the ground a iclrl wallu O nn If alio has gooJ. comer lots -.- N Kennedy's llrayuna I Ma. A H I.troRMt, Ilotton, Mass., a.vys orttansl and distributed ono tl.wen l.irgs af bottles lli;ulvcrotliio siiionit my fnt-ndlllcted with headache, and In every rasa It has aHorile.1 almost Instantaneous relief, s Medical Discovery Takes hold in this order : "I wuuOcortfo could boriuaJ of bla ' Let him marry lor Ijuni-.- " her Bowels,, -- anisoleronts Hern. II V. AU.es C .SraCanalHt, Sew York, In tho United HUlet for i cents a btix. Tills. Tiik llmo when a ".omuii has no mercy Is Drlilng wbenshogets a mnuto la a trnt Itiim't bo out. Liver, Kidneys, Inside Skin, Outside Skin, that It verythlng bofera ouiljl U Halo's llnnsy A Max may I'xruosiova of CourIiIiik aro tupped by nt llorelioundond lar llko'tToollmcho Drops Cure la one minute. be lantern jaived and jet lls face never 1'kI.I up l.atlon Krrn I'ress. 3 on, know whether you ib or not. trtry drui'ltt, aad manulactar4 by need Bold by DONALD KENNEDY, IIIIXIII IIV, .tllHH. GOLD MEDAL, FATUS, 107a W. BAUF.lt & CO.'S Ps .fg- - Breakfast Cocoa ( itra It kits th ie ot ell kat beta remote), altoluttlv pur mh4 41 ism ft C rw ten yean ago. Tiik following patent, have been granted Kentuckians: John W. (Ireene, Louisville, grate; Ulchurtl A. Marshall, , clevis; tieo. K. ilajtwell and J. Clnrk, jr., Louisville, nutonntic rallwuy switch; llradford McUrrgor, Covington, gas burner; Mamleville Tlutin, Louisville, safety cutrout. Tiik I'litted States court has cor rietcd RusM-lIvllle- Oen. Sweeney Dead. Nkvv VonK, April 12. llrig. lien. Thos, W. Sweeney, U. S. A., retired, died lit his Into residence, I2rt Hr.tnklln street, Astoria, at 11 o'clock Sunday night. r Kumlly. . . S red -- KAIN Wiieat-- Nu No. .1 red Corn N'o. J mixril Oils- - No 2 mixed Kye No, HAY I'rlmntocholco af.. 3 M 1 M M K 7i l .... . a O. vi . to m i TOIIACro-We.lluml- 0w9 r W -- A ttUut 31!croripr. Tlie riicllvr pliyblcnl optical Institute, of Munich lias under const rot tlon tin enormous mlcrcbcopo for exhibition .at Clilcnfro in leOJ. It will mnjrnliy to 10,000 diunietiTfc, or, us ordinarily fitted, to 11,000 diameter. An electric lltflit of 11,000 c. p. U to bo used for Illuminating the image, which lo lx projected on u screen. As tho heat from this powerful light would derange tho focus by expansion of the metal, nn ingenious device Is used to cool tho metal. This a small copper cylinder with liquid carbonic eid undiT a prebsure of U50 lbs. to tho Miuaro inch. It is connected with tho microscope In Mich u maimer that an electric regulator automatically opeim a vulrennd ullotvs a drop of tho acid to escape In a spray upon the metal to bo cooled; tho liquid immediately evaporates and produces Intense cold. Tho whole cost of tho Instrument Is said to bo nearly ft!,000. I'all Mall ' Iludget. , Hut They Don't Uso the MS. Tom Do tho editors generally use your con- frlbutlous? Jack (savagely) Ves, tho contributions of stamps, TomIndeed! What do they they uso them for? Jack Why to return tho coatribu nt. Yankee IJUi) 1 Tho Turn of the Tide "Tho Dunhams haven't leen able to go to a.Hitin mcr resort for two year, ami th girls haven't had a decent gown to their backs lately, but 1 guess they'll leffin to put on style now." "lion's that?" "Old Dunham has just failed." JJ, V. I'ress. Wise in Ills Generation. "I'apu," sho whispered boftly, "why don't you glvo Honry some encouragement?" "llceause, my dear," answered the old man, "I don't want to Interfere. Your mother Is chief discourager of hesitancy In this ranch." N. Y. Herald. A true Woman.- - Jack What Is your idea of n trim woman? I lurry Ono who will klbs her rhul on tho way to keep an appointment with n man she. has hired to toll the bell at tho hour of V, Hcruld. her rival's wedding, An Honest Kifort. "John," bald the minister's wife, "how many moro times aro you going to recite that beiinon of youisV" "Don't bother mo, my dear, if you please," ho returned. "I am practicing what I preach." .V, Y. Sun, n It Turned the I hear you uro running ua account with Co. Is that to?' Hardup llurdly. I tried to, but tho Bccflunt U tow running roe, UojVob Pm Ymkeo .. Tables-Touso- SHm-.on.f- c ueah, for extracting a registered letter from tho post ollle4e. Tiik following postolllces were established in Kentucky recently: Held Mills, Larue county, Kllen Held appointed postmistress; Sage, Itussell count r II. Willis, appointed postmaster. A HKJiociuTie paper will Hmn make A Novel House. A coupln of Delt appearance In Ixmdon. troit real estate men met on Woodward Irtjtvir.Mi hits hail two colon d nenuo tho other day. "Did you henr for the past two years. atiythlug about that new houso CoL A rtri'l osr.li deposit of silver Windy ib going to build?" uslccd one. discovered Kmlthland "What house?" "Why, ho told mo been followingtuar fourth-clas- s Tiik jKistinuv he was going to build a houso this seaappointed it few days api C son which would be something entirely ters were llrccklnridgei maty; Alexander, luster, novel." "I guess It will be novel," disIt. t Ilnrbison, llowyer, Darrein Jtinty; sented tho other vigorously; "purely a J. I). MeKnlght, Hint Hoek lulnskl work of fiction," Detroit Free I'ress. utility; .. (Ireen, llarned, Ilreekl.iridgc Then Ho Proposed. Corn, I don't :ounty. A I'oht (ift'iiK has been chtiili'l'.inl at think you and I n t ever marry. Jake o Hlat, Wolf county, and Sitiliv h. KocJ, (too timid to propose) -- Why, dear? you tldnk, as this is leap year, I appointed iKistuiasti'r, should do tho proposing, nnd I can't race will A trotted imiko up my mind to do It." N. Y, Herfor at Le.ington the coming siunm,.,., ald, IIkmikhmin', already u great p .lft. for -- "Aic you tho asked making hominy, will soon Imvt'i, openi-tloS'p.itts, ns ho took his seat in tho chair. another mill for m.iliiiig it Iti.olv-In"Yes, sir." replied tho artist, "you tin investment of SlWi.ooo ml iiirn. don't slo u chlropodit' Mgn hanging lug out .,,O00 battels of liotnln ndjy, up In Urn shop, do you?" Htnith, Gray Tiik colored pioplo of I. .lrton it Co.'s Monthly. have boycotted nil tho iiicrcliniits wlio "Kr-d- o A Mutter of Address. you signed tho petition lecomineiidiiiethat think It true that love- goes whet o it ll the Kentucky leglsluturo pass it ,. bent? ' "1 suppose so If it U properly puratu i.ueh law, Itoitriti A. I.MM8, ot .Mount Atrial, expressed." Indianapolis Journal. has been npi ointed United StittiVom I liko her -I- dentical Llkei. uiul tunyer In Collector rl.ud'e. eyes. Jack Her ayes? Ym, so do I. litrict, er eoun--iimi- 'ii "He-eausJlft.OOO-hTAK1 head-barbern g nore-keep1 .Mulholland, 1'a The Huntington ladorieminti. DnrH!F.., April 12. Mr. Hon), Mr. who is John Huntington's with tho now In this city in lonni-ctios alleged forging of his Indorsement to certain notes, had no advlccH from Cleveland, 0 regarding He says tho atutus of alfalnt there. that, no matter what comes, Mr. Huntington will not pay the forged notes. son-in-lafather-in-law'- I'HOVfSIONK-McssporU.- ,.,. Ill'TI'Kll-ClinlraiU- f!nnd ... ...... II . . MV 7 A .11 Vi 1M0 flto lry AIM'I.KS-l'rli- ne. l'OTATOKS-l'- er I'rlme to ehotc-- creamery.... bid. .. . tM . Ol. ft 4 aia 7S (flSM T 10 BIS ir 1 '? & I" TT 11I(A1.M-- W COHN'-N- o.! rillllll'alr No.Bred Oats NF,W VOItlC. to fanny nvnwlisl rtsl IS ftIM - ink. nn 1 IlifiiuoMi, Iud, April 12 Karl C. Olass, assistant city engineer of this city, vvns found sitting In a chair dead Montluy. Heart dlseaso is tho supposed cause, Chilians Bee Blaine. Wahiiimiton, April 12. Messrs. Juan B. Mukenna and Julio II. Bspinosa, of Chill, had m Interview with iUvretary lllalno Monday, tho character of which can not Ihi ascertained. They w ere presented by Mr. tleorgo Asta Ilurtiago, Vcretury of tho Chilian legation under 4 former regime. Democratic Convention Hill. CfflOAOo, April 12. Tho llrst shovel-f- l of earth was turned Monday in the work of erecting tho Democratic "National Convention hull on tho lalio front. According t ) contract the structure is to lie completed before Juno C. Hotel an1 Business Bloelc. Hf.i.dinu, Mich., April 12, I'lumes were discovered issuing from tho Hotol llricker wh)i after mldiilght anil ill." stroyed the whole llricker block, consisting of tlio hotol and live business places. The total loss is(.'V,000; insurance about half that amount. Died la a Chair. - ii fOHK-N- iw mess I, A 111- )- Western mixed, new mixed . 11 PMift. Ifcads o. Dr. Pierce's Golden Me In n wny, thnt you leal DlflcoTcry. can itndcrstaml, too, by purifying When you'ro weak, tho blood. dull and languid, or when blotches and eruptions njipoar that's tho timo to tako it, no matter what tho season. It's easier to prevent than dlsciso 4rtil aisiisnlta lit iresttstla. tat net l (as Urtt Ifmtt No Chemicals It tX4 It fluklt. lm (Ana cat wU It'Ktanp. llltdtl'clOTH.noor-'bblcr- . ttrvntiUelor, Jii.t tietiTIo, and adroltttly adipltd tor loralUa a sttll at fur psrsont Ubtalia. 14 ky Orortrt tteryttliert. -- tlnnelK lit Cocoa rolled with match, Anottioct or Piiiar, oJ It tUtufott far rnoit o--l Hlf WJlAKER&CO.DorchMtcr.MaMi it ( to J) ai.AIN-Whrat-No.- riXUlttWlnlerpatenu f.'n. SC'hloa.'o Corn-No steam CIIICAOa 4 Win ftll I'Oll.C-MI.AltO-.Sle- OatsNo. o" ain i. spring IIAI.TIMOKE. PIlim-Kam- ily OltAIN-Wlieat-Na 4 fill 2. f Oats-MUer.AItl-l:n..- Threshers and Norse Powers. to have to cure. Writ Air lllattratsd CaUloruf. nulled m For all diseases cauced by a tor M. RUMELY CO., LA PORTE, IND. pid liver tir impure blood, Dyspepsaris t7f at sia, Hilioiiftic-.rt- , Serofiiloii", Skin, or nrlil.l,tnrrrtlaniiaer A A .dkio wtnl- In lakt tha I I 1 1 J tsle Nner-llr.ntilltlt Scalp DisLMcii oven C'oiiHiunption that la iieedeil la rvtrr (or Ltuiie scrofula), in its earlier jiftnin nnd Indltyeittu r Btagcs, tho " Discovery " is tho only tir in Hl.l.l.ts Al-- HHM'f,la nyosia Is- -n ereountrr Irlucgns remedy that's guaranteed. If ft iilsti amtaales docVnt benefit or cure, you havo tfltivrttj. A llontnia" (laail (or ihs tl.lptl-sr.oyour money back. .jobs srn srnreo nnu soun IMken. HiiKtlrsrt, You pay only for the good you I. W. .IO.N. TH. llNnaser, HyrliiKlleld.Otila. get. ENGINES. us. TRACTION AND PORTABLE )A . j $50 ,J WEEK PATRICK 0 rARRlf.1, tarsms vnis .-.. ess lltr I'OItK-M- nATTI.K-Klrtte.ua- liO(Ji OIIAIN-Wh- eat .. . ..: CM AMI INDIANAPOLIS. Corn Na i, On Is No t No.Itel ,. ,,,, FLOim OltAIN-Wheat I'OHK-McLAlCU-bte- Winter LOIJISVILt.li , Corn Mixed Oats Mixed ss ain latentred .... No, 2 i- - tanh Keinedy loso $500 if youvro not cured of Catarrh. Thoy promise to pay you that If they can't euro you. What do you lose by trying it? Is thero tiny thing to a1 SI rink, except 3'our Catarrh? m o - i.'i pCUCiriiie; - n.i.r. I. .ii.sHm tire, tor hi 31', ttl- a l l.wfits it r.cnusii rnsr m.i,,i... ii, c. ns, UlH a. kligiunij rsna Mytsrt.tl'tll.lics ii.i...ii,o, tills u.. - sua. i Tho proprietors of Dr. Sago's Ca Patents! Pensions SsnJrurlatsnloi 1, ririBw,r.i It -- ItiOblslnaFatso, lOu 1" IMM'r. I nl frSIII.N WA8KIHQT0Hr-' 0. iii J. rats rosjul, RtnA eirr'fUn. sni itrst"l;. 'V'rsssLfc aw.jirDru,lloVlck.r1Tt..iirltlJa.Cblij(ra,li rsiITaisrtrs.M-istits-n Hvli'l"1"1' Mtarln.itolaijjBlsaqa .ml I,n4 noriflfl'eel.1HlrlftlrcoiirjJsntll, V. foe Vl'loWUI,rJO,i'"''1r,1'1'',r vrtt no ., ,- M- - liltle fjirl surTered for three years from a large Abtce on licr hip, the rem!: of a fall and diilocation. Tht AUcest ra large, with in rpenlni, all of which dluharficd puss. I was Induced by friends to jive her 8, S. 8., and by tlio lima tha fifth boill was finished the Abscess was entirely healed, and the child was well and lijpy. Mn. J. A, FOR THE CHILDREN. 1tA. GANOER trii (mi Iir raMr sMiwr. ii knit i Boos Ositiawr IV HOBS CVREUl Mm HI, CluciqntU, 0. im7mn:imtiiM psuplt Anli- - Wikgnlr, Sjtiitftun, Pa, Bltf Eiglandirwillln'g. 12. Tho "Memorial Diplomatique" alfects that tho lhtgllsh govorumerit hns chunged Its opinion with and is now ready to other powers In a conference to concert international actlou ogahut anarchist, PAHls, April I had three little girls who -- era attacked with oUtinsle 13 O KpSX or Wood Trouble, which at first resembled heat, but anon crew ! yellow lilTiteri, tome of tlicm quite lrrce. One if Ihe children died from the effects of it, but we p,"t Swift's Specific mid pave S. IS S, forced nut tho olun promptly, to the other two, and they won t well Tho cure was wonderful J, I). KAINl, Aftirthavillt, La the yiltm promptly, and mltl S S, H, haa no equal for Children. lt,relle nature n dcvdopio lh, chil4' health. Our Tie.ti s muled free. Paad A N K.- -I-. ..HI..-. enrsd to lata M H H n 1301, 1 SWIFT SPECIFIC COMrANV, Atunta, Ga, WIIIllMITO AUVtilTlUEiia I'L.A AstirtUi-aia- t la tMf ttaUtkat yta 1 m I y-"t"'' ii iisniiiiiniisi ii i mi im in, -t-ssssy -tr. lBl0uwraiSHw