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FrMay.by. PHhlfstiXT 'ipixam QEORQE WARREN Hickman, Kantueky. tjipajWaeatea ' . Jmct aHraat, Mil door la asUvHaU. WArtWIW, IcMtor. Price of Subscription, $150 JJ i KSTAB1JSIIED it if- THE HICKM JtNTHOTfR TFfar Y " i If "i c"' ia'i.gfiwaiJJBijiiifcJii i " 1 J jr HIV - , iff . , 185!). A im - ' r ' jB j? St J IzB "aWajaaW' TIICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, i KYM i ' i arili , , K ' ninuo 10 imrn the twn with their IIt I " CKISI8 PAST. lug night, nnd they would doubtless Noah's Antr , tnii.Ai i.i'iiiA In now to havo a college HAUJ3I HiVJt A-- l MiaL-.:- ,.,, KSS. I KENTUCKY 1 into r,uccccded, had It not been for tho of undertakers. , STATE NEWS. , tff,,,l Z . r . titcrpoMllon of tho leading ofllcers of NKAitt.r lf.0,000 Iron workmen in arr Anilil trlow smt let nn Ml. Ararat. Whlla Wings of .Peace Hovering Otor A Mob of Nogro'oo AMomblod 9 ' wxLiaigBtWk rlon, ' Legltlstlvs rroieedln't, ' rltUburgh, 1'n.. nro Idle. fliirtecn Hour Conflict Botwcen w.p amnignmnica Awmlatlon.uhowent I 1 ii..J.-.j- . t y or noniomonu. to tho fcrnnof wnr In (1,,. nf inn Vrtcd M KdV.'Jnhn Josrph Xonrl, I). IransjcU-- In the T:jfortwilvtymJmux fateiMtf -- . rnAsaronr, July iwmai immmi j nuLL'L'ii i& rriHfinnr. The senate senate passed : wv., W.1.l-- . o IjL. I)., tho Chnldenil nrcluhvieon i" nn appraraneelnthe several unimportant bills, and adjourned Pinkerth?rfc.. ftro rnnittuf lit .U't'tt'erorl It Mtlgracil'to I neMwrA.JHm II o clock. tal lime sineo iheeTilcago atlfofsit-nie"Ol . CMurkiWmifiti no JoWiHrniloCl I1H1U3TUI1 tJllJl JfriikSloin .,1,,. .. ,, .. A 1'onTAfiK k.. ..u i4i:li'i;lii Ln ill Knrmnnni. . iUmp worth 11,800 has QUlte feeble nn.I hit, n, ro lsl was a very allm attendance in alx wns ngl necurotlw tltiaut the gral I'ullfe uf 100 flrlerlml Iiim.ii discovered nt Philadelphia. ther dfir"ijrt 'house tmlay, aad tho lima was occupied la ' q waiiiMiiii'ja'oriKM '''"aj tMi'roittt he has setl Noah's ArV Bullets, Dynamite, Cannon and Flro est objection on tho" part" of tho inch, 11 ouniieu-- rn .. .. ' Nr.vr.V'KiciiiTiia nro Heturned and of tlio bread used la uum, jve iw i Iwgeblll passed by the giving tie senate bill on corporations iw flrsl tho Nitliilrl 1 rout 1IIVIIII i imuij-uIstory, theoloirv ami XuMtir at Ktt 01 ramnaijp ."SL wnoin nnvo lost friends and reading. London Is uindu of American wheat. op for rcfi rtnee caster 'IrVWi The Employed By Strikers. ncqunliitnnccj'durlngthodovllcsldes, FiureicroiiT, Ky., tnilics tlinjhave received his spa KO catarsl senate com. u of course, to tho rnllleo on revenue jut, Juimu Wklmiouhe, of Trcmout, Kaa., iSPrWTni. IIISTKAK, s ns In.all aucli outbrcnUN theru wcro and taxation, which has been and menuros, of Mkjitlon, ann,llio fccvcnyparH'of Paducaii. Ky..Jubj ia.Hhortl nfti, eommlttM has tin orchard containing 1,078 acre. holding night sessions for a week, considering lifts rU to lie received with open arms chairman. which Utj Mr Tm thousands of turbulent characters aU chlng and colorations in niany 9 o'clock Mondnyi-safH- r, while tha Albaay,K.t tho revenue bill In.iiana lias two cabinet officers, and Th rinkcrtoni lurrcudtr and AraVUrelt irncieu 10 llio plnce, i,v i, s.. dcmoi rat, mored mid a special po--" Olfl tlnrtff.na .. t. nnd nn they owel by tho .1. 1- .no ima city council was faTaes!, tho chief of to refer It ji TrE ' Kmmntee on banking stricken out tho taxation of all corporations' tha.cnbliicUins two acerttlarv roster.. a "v of rurltltn Hillow no allcglanco to any organization, could lice, 100 strong, hns been selected from w A . . ponce throw a bomb In their midst by sea r. Traey U himself u franchises by nssesjors, and enumerates tho 5ei information and lh0arrtuit-r.n- n f Ui. Vaamt F. tiia)iAa i buildlq gj mrlaW not bo controlled. They wauled to mo tho rnnks of tho strikers themselves to lefwiucu rjre llttlo shortmade dlseover-- announcing that a report hatT JusC aftaBMSJB committee, bjt ho pro- franchises of iho following corporations to bo aa mllllon-dolia- r of miraculous fc;j)1ottUfl,llI,,. house near UfarbOToaffh.1 poaed late tho carnngo go on, ami It was not until sea that no Indignity Is offered tho uni t Hint. rommUilon: readied hint" that two or thro TannAm pwraoMaa saMBSBRpr show reference for ihn assessed by tho raUrosd light companies,Banks n? of 0Molllon lo the trust companies, electric somoof the strikers pointed their guns formed troops of tha slato by nny of lT? nrcl"lencon declares that, with Negroes, nrmed with Winchester rifles,' wn.- power companies, gaa eompanlei, water was fnent In iilii)iifirin A Maike woman conduct M a largo work Prrmniinoit, July T. Korly Wednea-da- y mo ou tamers mnt n licnrlng was ob- the Injudicious or works, bridges, ferries, raUroads, atreel y of .members. Srmellmcs i.npionng party composed of six nan congregatea in tne vicinity of the there betas foundry nnd engine works at tonklrk. men. Tho efflency of this policy waa press dispatch companies. This makos morning 300 Mnkcrton dolocllvca tained. snd sometimes thero was incre was 58lnlaim of tho (Ircek faith, ho pon- - jail, prepared for an attack. The coun- no, A V At 5 o'clock tho I'lnkerton men hnntr demonsliuted within 11 half hour after attempted to land atllomratend, from a J a motion wai not ob- a matcrltt chango la the bill, which will be re' cil at once adjourned. 11110 mo mountains nt tlio Moon The report isiata. ported to the senate a Dvui 9,000.000 (xiaUl cards are Bee- - aiaall boat iTfcey were fired after hovra nt trying to discover tho sniiivn nt spread like wildfire, and in a very few tiresome t36fM4MS ', adorned, selrrll tho ques- - conlest over this feature Is predicted. prolonged uion by, mil another whito flng, nnd this llmo It the adjournment of tho mass meeting lea ting It Is tho Mnrjr to meet Um dally domand la thU ateel workata who wcro on watch nnd was respected, and a mmtnlH,.,. nt Monday afternoon, by tho prompt W iltf. lib discovered, lie nrc, .voadvantijo most Important bill of the session, and the, Ilia momenta the entire vdty tya wild with lion of r "nir 11ml escort lo tlio lock-m- t .country. of nrt In-- " a aklrmlaH teek place, AboulOO shots strikers went aboard to prepare, terms hardest fighting was done over the franchise. was aslei r M. Thero was a mere of tho Tigris ami Kuphratcs riv-"- 4 excitement. rnAiexronT, July ? Tur. i:iffcl towor la aald to U Myers, representa- IUistronclr Intlmitrd Tho mayor at once sent a1 dispatch to consumptli ht wora eMai.ngeiL Two strikers wcro of capitulation, U'hey gunrnntced snfo tetiipbrnld striker who ipiestloncd the! partylso comd across Bold ver expected, and docs not tive from Covington, moved to strike out Secliichm higher' In hot thaa In cold ahou- - Tb('P1ukrtonj wcraicpulyxl conduct for tho I'lnkcrtons, provided ulsdotn of receiving tho mllllla. aaj that Mr, Tn g mountnlns, tho qilnrtii of Which the governor aaking him 'to order out espcrt Mtr, tion 3S of tho corporation bill cow pending, to ro to any other thin the wcotlier. In all about 4ouu were woandi-Company C, of the state guard, located eoatamtee icii mcir arms nmi ammunition ineuiis mm uroincrs nnd killing the that It was In conflict with the federal ncdIghtj' per cent of that "fe, wctjhts asl mcasjres. A JlisMium man ate eloren dlahea ef behind nnd agreed to leave the plnco fnltcd cnlf tu their honor. For two kobrs beforo tho bont lnetal. 'Vht cniiw nt .IIU WisniH . ..v wu vvn v.. ln Alalia here. In tlio meantime, tho'polleo senate constitution. He died authority snd made vigorous argument for hla position. Mr. CarTho power of organization wns never ICO cream anil illil iml .11m f 111 .5,000 Apr ,000 persons 4 aw ultcd under guard. The dolcfitlveo had no BtKlryeclr aDDronrlation bill .l. JRulihrales arn In Ml. Anlral In mode draft on the hardware stores bssaaded roll, of the revisory commission, from whenca jgJaiMtorwarU buninga at Cincinnati. and promptly accepted tho better exemplified thnn lh tho graceful for their stock of Winchester rifles and, ta,esfrer ineir coming on tho rlrer ixinuh. came Ho tlnntillulty With whkh the Iron workers t which sacred mountain he eUierarms. Every notvtion is still In tho fend the bill, was invited by the house to deternw. somoof tho men saying tlint It d the ; nM., Jjis story rllnS: mn ta laV. do. Id oante up ll?ilanfiiMfamnnn and Ova The houso section, which he proceeded toteo- Kan., the other day for tteaHng a rtda wlthla tho igwelosma wns tho flrsl time, they had liter sub- - Mohday afternoon mopUd thiMijr-i p IffrVrtl il liwilrmn then refused to strike out the fenw, U bo. onthe. stOKta,? asd' eTeryBoaf),' on a Btrcet car. gcstions of tliclr leaders, and decided ncsi rancy, largo innrc.i, shlrhmar bodmlir- - that can obtain arms of aiiy lctna irdc!" Unportaaeq to foreign aad at first l appeared that tlicro muui to Bticli n huinllintlng surrender. 'iiuaijis4asaBaaswaaciBEasSBaui.-,1, nVln Vr: 'x';Fr-r:r"TSrTrr,t:bankinrP It Is nearly S.ttn) feet aboTe A movkmkxt In on foot In England to Would ba an way toprorcnt tho Tinker-ton'- s n When nn itifpeelloh of tho boats was that tlio troojn slioilld bo received as Dild s ph'p w,v. . 4mmm uwica, nut .v so. obillTias'afreaely been passed byfia' te." About W feet boo the plain I found the lag there wn flhtmsterintr on a motion by s ta "ft friends nnd not ns foes, nnd that, In con entering tho mllK Shortly bc inntte, It Wns found that nt ipnsl ctiro thoultlmnte canonization of Can aeuaie, ana arcol these) two (treat rtrer They are Tho underlying cauvs of the uprising Illand It to the committee on will soon be mis section, WDICtt reads as fouowt, trast Willi me reception to thn hated Vfrdoso tor ether. The water was ex iremcly is tho hanging of Charles Hill, tho coinage, to refer and measures, snd a law: "33. If sny foreign corpo dlnnl MamiliiK'. iuiu mu uums reacjiru iiumcieiui n of tho I'lnkerton men hnd been klllpd. weights after somo O.NCB erery right yenra tlio locka on horseman riding nt a madgallcp iprcaj nnd twenty or thirty wounded, many I'lnkcrtons, tho militia should bowel- - AJJonlckan Negro, who made an assault upon Lydla llmelhe matter was dropped for the prcent ration shall, without the consent of the adverse r, rrf)oe.Icd to federal court any action coined by tho triumphnnt blastof trum-pet- a and other matters taken tin. There its lnllln party, remove to lcenfl to the top of Starr somo jv eeks ago. They have been tlio United Statiii mall bntfi are rhangrd the alarm that tho I'inkirtont wcro of them bo badly that they will die. As pending against It In sny court of this state, norm There will bo mora tho smaller secretly obfjilnlng rlrt nnd tho tntislc of tlie bands. To MAiM Ararut coming, to Insuru Mif ity. As the Iwats tteumed tow ard uiey were brought from tho boat, they hbrtj. lbl U about ld,0 fed h'sb, while nrms for some time, (the silver men seem Indisposed to trouble. Tho or Institute an action against a citizen of this free the take chances a Sr. I'Atx Ik tho flrnt city to make, no the landing It was Impossible to loncer presented n terrible nppearnnre. Many nil bill tho pessimist tho conclusion Is Oltei' us neatly H tio asecrulfleJ, nnd something of this kind has been on amending ihe bin and will probably push It ntatoonIntho federal court of this state, socb acpart of the corporation shall forfeit as )t stands, notwithstanding the opinions of tion of them wcro tosmenred with, blood, Irresistible that tho crisis Is passed, nnd aboatlPUVfetlnnltliude. We succccJedln looked for at most nny time. JMItiqllonJn the waget of male .and restrain the crowds. Its rights to transact or carry on sny business getilw; iiWjtll.OUJfeet. With a whoop and yell ef, derltlon an while all of themaBhqwcd slgnsof ex- that Holnestciul will knuWliostllltlesno Tho Immediate cause of the outbreak, several leading hwyers that the bill rrpudl. in this date, and such eomorallon. and an - wniftio leancr.w Tbert wa i a jyrrrtuel snow there, ond It if ns ates Ihe f apcr now In circulation based on sillong ns tho iniltlarr of tl, Uwfraee. Soon haustion from tlw'ioiig conllnemcntlh more do statcel by u Nsgro Monday officer, agent or employe thereof, and I'nr f,Tra(rt.fdistance corrred by a onalaughi-WItTTiliep. A ver deposits state Is oh the" ground, nnd tficto Is no moaalalc wai violent wind was blowlnrfiuit ihj. mo arrest oi n colored mannight, is outcome of IheThere is much doubt ns to Iho thereafter transact or engage In any shall one hundred fret of tlm enclosure wan tho close quarters betw cen decks. busi no preclpltnut that wo egul4 not tcani irwl lnone hour' mn U fixed fight, but the majority opinion ness named or employment for auch corporation a roroinjjy werciraccJ our stepi, Thomas lltlrgesa. torn away and 1,000 mn were at tho Tho most .shocking nnd dastardly nueinpi 10 smuggle tne 1'inucrtonS Into Kujariiic For several weeks Is that the bill will pass. ai lunty-i- x niilea. Wasmngtos July 7. SireATZ. Senator In this state, shall be severally guilty of a r t down to a point from which past a inklnlght prowler . landing,'' deeds wero committed white tha prison-er- a tho works. Most pooplo have coilfclud J and when A." nftlfnary day coach weighs about has created lllackburn misdemeanor, and, upon Indictment and to the other submitted A second battle took place shortly af were lcltitr escorted throiiffh tho that the I'lnkcrtons have satiated the r wo count Vi.otrrbegan cllmWrwi mounvtln we great ulnrin among women by reaching Kenton eountr Ky., Woman- the petition of the tion In Iho circuit court of any county Inconvic'r0,WW, pound; 1'ullmau alrepera weigh over (lit which Wercached Suffrage asso- such corporation, nnd nro not likely to. nro. wentaltltudilofand Into their rooms from windows and ciation praying for art m. Tl captain 6f tho steamer Precis by theeseortof guardsapnolntcd warlike or sny tifllcer, agent or emterBa. H.njOor alunit 7S.O00 jxiundH. the, amendment to tho ploye thereof, transacts or engages la sny btul roko further bloodshed by attempting htrdwassUl wtrytlrep. !V'l fret. Tliennow passing his bands over their faces. t til. which carried tho Plnkcr iiy tho strikers. An angry mob lined granting Iho right of suffrage to wom- ness, Wewalkel on till It iv Vf1 1'-- - Jlo--i baa IwJce as many Mltle there, was be lined BOO not less to occupy tho woiks. Indeed, the wai Irnposiljo to go en. Tlie senate passed a bill tho street Una In d'aaJlibaMtjitg. .Ithaa l,H0re. 'esnjf tltite was ahot. Tho firing for passed by, on both sides. As tlin men striker regard tho advent of tho troopi for hours ar t hours any.firther V'n walked awokeono instance, n young womnn for the erection of haspublic building atproviding or moro than for each offense Whilaker, than Cov. 11,000." Mr. of on the snow, and finally a Mnncie, Ington, Introduced a bill In to find a man disrobing in her Ind , st a cost ef not alinost eonlnnous. Tlio eich In chnrgo of two ucm nirl S,fl"0 Iogu. tbe house "regulatratne down I ) or S onj feot. to exceed Ijo.onn. ing the appointment of trust companies In this strikers nttacked tho barges fmiu both deputies, tho mill men nnd their friends ns the surest Indication that the prtvntc hlt was In ie month of March, and w a mads room. Several robberies have also been Hocsb-Spea'i'lIK Crisp received a telegram notion of a ring militia of capital wfll Invade Holnc-stea- upcuMnlnojilwt h would bo lirnmitlblc to committed. On Friday Hurgess was ar- from Cordela, (,.v .announcing his renomlnatlon commonwealth, executors, adminlstraUrt, In tan hrlde'a iako U llng rcTlrel at aides of tho river. It Is said that four kicked nnd threw some of them down. bo nior?, nnniiuch of the success rracntheut In suthwralber lt nlmi wail rested, nnd two or three of tho women for congress by ncclamatlon. lly unanimous guardians, trustees and assignees, and thel I'lnkerton men were killed In tins Tho unfortunnle detectives begged for iMkhlounblr wrddlngx duties In relation thereto," which was referred consent deii of t, 0t Ieat, havo identified him as tho ono fhni tho senate freosllrcr bill was to Ihe committee on scrimmage, and that their Iwdles fu.1 mercy. Homo of them litut pUtolVhol of MnttdnJ's IMeetlng was rtnc lo tho U-ll-cf jiui trw nnri or codes of practice. Willi there urn no almut 1,000,000 referred to Iho house committee on coinage, 1.0 slato ilillitln Has Ordered to tnUted. Wibrrordlnily wcntrltlll fitrthtr thai snuited them. from tho bargo into the river. wounds In Ihetr He was sent to tho weights and measures. The long filibustering FnAKKroiiT, July jind. niainid till April. wcra Hothcslcnjt The lflng Jews In tho I nltcd Htte therw-ar- o jts much lo prou'iil'the! abundantly mtd for nil nnr lllmr. Ihenwowcra e ,1 "At .1:30 a. m., the beat "Little Hill," seen that had their eyes shot out. Sevngatnst this logical result was led by Mr looked for rov cnue bill was reported to the tnr m.. grand jury for Investigation. oer 5,000,000 In liuivsla. from the committee on revenue and taxablooitshed that nuothcr visit of the Vrod, whst I l.rl sure was Iho ark, the actual The, sheriff has tiken charge of Tracy, of New York. Tracy, however, objected 'I'iik lnr(fet Mnvmlo library building which towed the barges to Homestead, eral wcro shot in tho shoulder, arms Pinkertons would provoke, pages of amendments. "- - ef Jfosu. I discovered It fnyself, Mag an warn Illand asked unanimous consent for Ihe tion, with thirty-eigh- t was nitonnlcl .' nrmcel squad nnd Is patroll committee to alt during s ,0 "te " 1 'ivr It. through a Hel Iglau and tint only MaKonlo library la tho largo seen coming down the river, a nnd legs, nnd eould scarcely limp along. the lirevenl ilisnr,fnr I.. (1. U,n the sessions of the The senate adopted a resolution to have lug I RmI I'nlted Htatca flag Hying from tho Illood was ruhnt'ng In strenms down "V IIWM IV.IMII and to hold thrill"! lu. n( ... - have the jalL The mayor and marshal hoae. Mr Harter and other antl silver demo- day forprintedconsideration oftwo sessions eaeh " fnt M wui-- ion lUtii, 11 nua world are at Cedar Itaplda, Iowa. "ito 1 hi Monday afternoon II tbUMe the eyo alone, w 0 ma rnachotl n the nppralcd to the mob to disperse. tho bill, nesolu. masthead. Tho appearance of the their shirts, and they fairly yelled with el assured that tho ibill will be beaten It U ptvixivsl attrmntliiff in tm boat was the signal along tho rhrr pain. Full thirty injured men were was n mmt significant one. nnd lbs de jitSht over th i,reea Krass, aad St length lo tha , At exactly 12 o'clock a baud of sev crats ie thouib It will dlo without a fight. Hon requiring Ihe director of tho geological fur. In the house vey, John It Proctor, .to pay into tbs itata .fULVuVcrculusU In cattle Injomark front Ior.ru.euuL activity UailU-oASIIIM.TOI, JUly 8 SEKATe ThO ITSOlU- - trcatury moneys Negroes suddenly appeared and taken to tho town hall. One of thrin vcloptncnts wircawnltcd with intenst r lC,i)0 feei ard within l,M0 or ,() feel of the enty-fiv- e n received from the sals of thj by ncclnnllou with Koch'a lymph. onlerlng off the barges. nd his eyo imnthcd out bv nn utnlirnl. interest by tho citizens on the outside iipi l'nsrritlj a great object tamo Into view marching down Sixth strept, nnd they tlons dimculty, an investigation Into the llnme-tra- literature of tho bureau, was adopted. etffcrud id tha senate by Teller A,rAiijallvlojrcarlteckimrt,Tea., House Apropos of the Iome:esd trouble opened flro 'upon the men collected at and Oa'Ilnger and appropriately referrexl yesjiaiids of a woman. Snnd wtw Thn meeting wns ntlendiil by nlioul hreuKhthcg.au In.tbc flic's roratea; to tnkftjho Mr Krieger introduced a bill In the houa li 0,000 liaajlKriifaiHrrlc' twice; and Is saW'to nwey," was thf cry nileil oa'tho bsrgit (4 "Tlie the Jail. At the first Are ".Elmer Ed- terday, wero not reported In vletr, but Mr shoea .thrown in their rvesjinil they were hit nliout Hcotlte. nnd In thin number h tut the bow nnd stefn wefe eleony snow day to prevent w orked In a speech anv how, making fasliar of Ihlrtyelgh-- t chlldfeH: etulrr of It was bulled in every olio of the number and wards, n young man about twenty a de- ing brought intocitizens of ether states from VA A tho buat-ain- o with clubs atiT otiier'n'ilK.llcs. Mnny nrarcnt was seen this state for the preMtvatlon ne side uf It bad fallen donil ahd was drxaycX fense of thetirlX ;.ia or llir I'nrlslsu nrn nntrrit Ik n musket and fought tin years of nge, fell, shot through tho wcro knocked down w 1th that sho carried a squad of the peace or tho of stood fee House- - With the business dono lence. Mr. I'ettlt suppression a domestfo vieW V'rted ti ba perJmrntJng vlih typo whrnrvrrtttBd np"bn tho of srii.rd tmen led upon, and somu wcro clillts, tramp- I'lnkcrtons lit the bloody baftld of las 1. hair M morotBan -1(0 Thethigh nndwasmor Intcrnnl hemorrhage set in, by the democrats' In the houso Introduced yads Ibniresolution 4 wood seemed terf side too to tlm thero uisdri of with gra'llfylnarrwialta. HoaiesleabJwillI.rnhen oppt te the walk when they slnrled for thecak week. ' and contrary t6 tha, peculiar "It was dark rtxiduih. almost no is now living. He was a mem-K-r- comes a streak of'eTiryilgbt en the question of nounclng as ami town pcnlus of and very )hlck. 1 Saw It per llurgesa McT.uckte presided nnd a. with only threo legs Is the converting department tho men n the hnll. The mill nieti iifred the stocks of uujaurnmcni. .Nolnin remains of serious con- any state frco government tha Introduction IntS the militia company, and a hnr of armed tn front It betweed txldlly that attracts the appropriation bit's cr. states, mere hirelings,bodies of men from nth of vlsltorn iHiai opetHHI lire on thoMJ on the shore,' thejr rllles and struck tlio detecthes tliougli burgess yf IIomtMtc.id, ho is pn scctly, rspeclvll) the rear part. 4het woel last nets maker by trade. The Are was re sequence sliver bill,ofand some t to overawo and whip lr and 4CI years cept tho members are con to submission honest labor; l tho rarin of John UlnUer, I.ehlch Kor ton minutes firing of the most prominent leaders tin or that tlmef,.Ob, o'd. Would not we're deploring tha and shoulder. Infllctim rs. It would ninlltm. I, the over tho he-iIho adjournment by the last It turned by tlie multla, nnd the armed fident Iho sounty, I'a. strikers, and shares with HuiA O'Don not for tho scow, but that has preserved It. citizens and the Negroes beat a preclp-Itat- o month. ofMr Dunsao. of Ohio, Introduced of bill scenes at Homestead, and sympathizing with t serious nnd in 1 inuertous In tho barge Joining the: a somef c:irs. . the honest laborers of that place, "who are Tin. orlglntl txirtralt of roenlmnln. men on tho Ixmt In tho shootir ' The fatal Injuries. nell n greut iiillucnce over eio stunlt Vercltnot for that, constructed even of hard retreat Tho mllltin also retreated to rcmovo Iho record of conviction nnd dishon- fending themselves from the murderous tMi pn Intel In 1UIS, now tho property of a tnen on tho bank returned tho ehnlr tljf "'?5 'V. '" " wbaU havotea Impesslblc to In disoreler back of the courthouse, orable dlscharg from the srrrico of Pirst-MeOn taking As tho procession rcaeheil the Amill' workmciu and shell of tboso unauthorized emissaries thai IMteverAlftl ow JMt. as tl U, It will the from IV. JL Davis, lato Company Twenty-filtburgess satdi lomiloiirr, will Ik ehlblted at tho behind tho fnrnnco stacks, which they gamntcd nstoctntloti building, Hie dewould drivo them from their homes And tb UreSertedt, dgtsaod acs, Krhars W.ua) where they kept up n firing until tho O. V 1. The tin plate btlf, tho If, bill and "rhoolik-etuililn i,Mirf(;l totaibsultal irSO.'JiWjeaH tVtirlil'a fair. Negroes had disappeared down tho the bill to limit the amount of wearing appnrcl uiuuc ui earning an nonest livelihood for then. used aa a shield. tectives hnd b their hats and action for s tetcptlo our Mend tho mlif sei?es ana jamuics." Many amendments we' "It wns on April, at ayut i d'clock In thil street whloh travelers may bring Into this country Kansas has our cities In which the fx warm was the flro frois tho shore salute tho ling. Wlren they reraovnl tary. who will afrl"ey or twa Tin afternoon, except eeni up, !Inllys.n tho upon of duty It Is thought that some of the Negroes free rules In werp passed under suspension of sentatlvo oui an rejected Louisville,that of Ri rote of tho women Is larger than that that the men on llio boat were driven to their hats, men nnd womm lilt iheirl' Itencfal UupTeew " R ' ttautf fnOlur mountain. tb it I almost rerrome arkThd thd uwi. Charlton, of T saj which ai tho the houso llsht nro wounded, although' the f the men to One entire set of counalk eovcr. Kerersl men on the with nuibreltns jind sticks, and abused people are a pjurcrous pople ThlsHsrua cf the ark; taus reTlfylns the truth of tho Speeches wS it Is impossible having a larger number of membe-r-sdemocrats were present lake. andjnc"r jor ana against. TB mm Is women. ivhlch than they hard had for months. The antl silver tuu wJ ten to fnljf, and it Is certain Hint they them tn ciery wv imnglnable. There ihn iv,- - 'noMr and falihruiw and hoior scriptures inf.rthq I uvl before bad no doubt, to learn tile particular. mmuM but whkh resolution paieeu by a vote of M to 8. Tho Negroes have retreated back to men are positive of their ability to S" ono on alurowna sceiiieil to K u determination to kill should r insulted, we hitK come hero ti believe. I swglad, sake pf those who did not roi.mcAi. riouaiad enrj.Jgn fighte FHASKrORT. July ni'edm'wlthgratltud', th the the Odd Fellows' loelge, which has been opinion measure In the houic It Is the general preliminaries In the Senate, the following reV llll continue In Ireland ''url tk amy durafcTtsltletc tho prisoners, and It wnt wlili . .' f?uV flrinf from the UmU "Ttelopcl tho remained not pass ... .... trrentett illftt.ill,. It..., .1.. .t . In.. prry't'oolea'amlty Wo want t irraNo (r OTcrwlwIthevcip arkthst nt.ll ,otcn ,fftwas, their chief headquarter Monday night. Tills willthat the bill canIbo peculiarthe house. lutlon was offered by Senator May: Beitte Tl. Little ltlll inn,!.. .n .1 dates for iarllamenl have to In.vok o jrom Uvo leave the bill In " v; ." condition solved, by the me kin tha .he umh. up with trip nnrffes. but Ui-,.,.nn ".t senate of If rntnrVv tht in ...,. nJifes.wr.cro the top ha. They still refuse to disperse, and tho of belh? passed by a republican StiSZi, .J t I nnd de " a.VM ehls 1 i..Vii aii V ""vWTiurrno party siderlng tho revenuo bill the senate go inti sheriff nnd marsholl have announced feated by a detr"rn,r A hmiMAX man of science ct.vt?ry feet Ueep. I Vrftll clear that slhto. The attempt to set flro to the """'"UIIV ItKIITL'tl III I lira t,i,... tiim.v roavn. o ant our v mi,i wi--n to jl . ait,A eam.ri Uc committee of the whole and mnst.fi.risa around lown to ek imuaidri,it,i that na effort will bo made to catter platforms msxe. aceWJ"ns contrary to this samo section br section, mil tha mHu... Mn,. UiTTSTTdsln UfftbanV deir-- ' n grains barges did out pro tlio where they were to hs kept for tho iUma. and I.kA.,1.,;. .vr Z.'". condlUAB. Ihnmimary with pvcsupc, f " -- " " support raft process, and another attempt was night Tlionsnnds. Iimrerw ,j.hcred true as w stand here, 1inn; job my juh a all,.- -. srtufffi T3V.U?;l.,Y,sn,rar liibecr piwluctlu-JCijt- d reS?Mino1gnirrarVs uiuko nnother attempt lo'ca'pture tfloH I proprlrtlon'bnto"hv-Judgeil.i'rr , , nrouud tho biiildlmr. nn.1 iiwrsrtiuiideil ment that this la tuo of the tout stvps BMKllt M,ooo,Ac;,vrc: revenue dui r"v ARBITRATION. that jail, ihere vv ill bo no further trouble. oi tne speaker, n J the vice president, and now un luo jirupuai-- was adopted byanaaroenameots. The resolution a vote of 13 to 8. r wautevr as uah-- I ,1'roin Uio,convcrilu. department of men wcro kept Inn cotnnt stntoof could posoibtv havo In in Ukiu for our people-hAtiitrtr Tho police have arrested nnd placeel only await Ihe algmtnre, of the, president to Senator May moved to reconsider and to table calling but of the mllltaty 1 want lb say Will 1'oiillily t" Hie liileum of llir Con- tho mill to the edgo of the river where ttirror, and it was lynV before their, TBey arethengrlciillural, s model for a "orlds fair picture. Tho In the city jail over fifty who and harbor, the Indian, tho post office the river the motion, bat the motion wept Into the orlo )ob Jlint 1 thlBk this man, Oor Paltlson. Kreiilunnl and the are .noorcd could bo drus-5- were! found carrying nrms, and they pension, appropriation bills. ktrfHs ailemtha- doaae ot the hor- - Wil1Wssaaruaa4siir"KIled-AIt- runs a swltclb wounds the prison" 'ln'' "eeu removed I actln Judiciously He nmlrrntand nf them are ders of the day for lack of a quorum voting. lTTmiioit, July 11. A report -After u?uii,?wiutrdtng;bnrrcls our euuse and he uiiJcmuindR our position; so ore: ptiarded lo prevent nny attempt to still In conference, or with the conference reports Tho vote was 12 ayes to 5 noes. House bill 3M, tho riuteni had their douo Uw inUje.iltUUntvviuJd., UttU ust eirrcnt here that the members of thd providing for the appointment of curators for Is stated that among erery 1,000 of oll.JnmbcMa'hd'tiBtr. To this n from tho barg unacted on. They are Iho army tho release them. ronv lets passed. Ilghtrd torch e."as apjJlt-- nnd tho car revenge-- . They carried oil Into the man imd ill sot ralr to dioiwikjIv--, eorgrcsslonal committee which will Ik1 District of sschelors them are thirty-eigh- t crimThe mortallywotiflding of young Ed the Miliaryeomular thetha naval and Columbia, Horse. An attempt was made In tho house u man who ii win not prrrnlt the glonn investigation of tho trouble seademy tho legisinals; among mnrrird men the ratio U cut loose. The flame sprang yj n dis- holds, poun-- It over tho bedding nnd and this morning to havo a resolution adopted for troops of this state, I lie urtinls of the Indignatl'o Carnegie company nnd iti wards has aroused n fjtonit of lative, approprlitlon bill The conference tance of a hundred rcet,Wrhllu grent furnltunt and then set It on Are. first lt)plv, the drfcndtrs of tho dignity of the com only eighteen pi-- r 1,000. tion that is kept from breaking out bill has been the withdrawal of tho Insurance bill, aboa I Ml tbe'Mtlltary academy wilt, in their individual there has been so much talk, from tho ours, near Is proposed to r Insect for or- voiumea or smoKe rotieu lienvenw nnl. j securing them so thnt they could not rnonncallh, which Is lielnc and as (lod and dear lien, arbitration, and thnt capacity, with difltculty, nnd nn attempt to agreed 10 Is, iho senate, but has not jet N en which of tho governor, In order that thero might slggcst a canvas Tho human lou as ever thai Tho conferenet report hands rcporlcdn thehouss namental pur)Kcs tho same as foreign Ing thocrowds on the hilUldcs overlook-- , font down tho riternnd cause damage breathe anysay ltofaert U l'alllinm will let f the men w ho would Ih eligible has avenge his uutimclv death is alinost on bcamplo time for its consideration and alteraI Mow. When tho llames mtcv tho naval bill has been twice rek eted In Iho scenes sent tin abut VHhottt aVint Dowers mid plants are acclimatized In made. overthe senate amend tion If it can bo shown to be an unwlaa mens. word reached them of tho Intended ''"i1"' through tho decks tho cheers jiermit an outrage tot periK'trnttd up a peo- rfMiltod In n talk of selecting JnmcsU. certain to be1 e)'c!eck Excitement runs house, the' trouble ple urh as the pei.plo hoUhousea and gardens, Tuesday morning ments authoring the construct'on of erne line-o- f air, A furious storm was raised at onto, and w,llc'' hhd (JoV. l'nltl' high, and at were deafening, nnd surroundlDK mrnutunlty. tf llirnrttcall and thla Illume, MnJ MelCmle-'be air burning of tho barges nnd nil on boanl mo 01 mo 0111 gamea a temporary vic.V) Cftl tlredrsiplaust A muss HAM) In New Ixmdon, Conn., battlo Ii the nclse eould 1m heard miles nwnv, Is nlioan eVldtnt fact tlial that Una anhed horde t)n lloV McKlnley Is nnmeil to repre the streets were still filled with people. proposed ihip, and appropriatingreview infor tho tory by preventing- the resolution from being The car lire nishcd down the stee New international naval nnnoiiuces that It linn nsrnlteil two new Incline Inof acted on by means of a tllibustcr. The houso Tho lillts on either side of the river of rinkertou lutiple are ujnln tnobllliln their Mnt tlio protection interest and Gov'i Vork harbor and Hampton licuds In celebration the direction nf'tho bargi Urges nnd Is prepared to play at func-- , mado good progress with the corporation bill, forces, ON TUgMAnOH. nnr of tho d'seovcry of Auierlea. and tho men on tho bargrs watched ij wrro li)eralty crowded with pcoplowho dors not that Is fvldenl to here, pot in or. lie P.ittison for the other side. There is ant any bloodshed add lib knows rals nt the lowest flgiirrs. W'ariiWgtok, July II Si.satz The Sun- adopting but few amendments. Almost half of could witness from tl is high point all by your action of the past thai 1( vine doubt ns to tho acceptability of The PrilnsilTituLt Soldiers em llis Mn- t- day question approach with blanched face. the bill has been passed over It was decided thtt uhelran ThViik Is a slgii on the entrance to a senate tcntiy The Tito Tlioiisnnil A nurd Cltlirns Heady to sundry civil-s- i rot Into the bill was under con- by tho senate to consider tho revenue and lata-tioJust steamer l.lttlo W tlm t was transpiring on tlio battlefield heinli- - strikes our stmrea there must be blood- J!r III ilne.us he Is Known to be a wand proprlat'on cemctury at orth Wales Montgomery pulled inthen tho tho barges Alii the Strikers. bill in committee of the whole, In order Mend of Andrew Carnegie. jvppiiue.J between sideration, and whrn the World's fair Item was nnd tlo and lie out eif range of the deadly bul- snnudo not want I oiunty. Pa., which rends: "No admit shore, but on reaching tho wntcr tie lets. Iho moblllied reprvsontatlres HoiiKSTKAU, Pa ( July 12. The folIt is also doubtful If he would accept, reached Mr. Quay offered an amendment mak- that the members of the revlsorv commission ( that mar put In on appearance here to be In- ae he ? except on business.' ing the appropriation depend on the closing of might present arguments when desired. A I Tho day wns one thnt will bo remem- sulted by rTrn a hoot or a howl or the least tn is not. putting himself out very lowing was bulletined rtt 2130 p. m. ear of lire enmo to a step. Tlie licit, prolongucil wrangle was the result of the Thero the fair on .KN limn rt 1., prohibition candidate , Tho Monday in Pittsburgh: Miners up id discussion Sundays. It solemn, was a gioditdest of lltJLi bered with horror by the people of tho dlcatlon of dlipleasuro. however, wns intense nnd I, fer one, stand here ratteh to nssUt his pari of lute. amus-Incsomo of some of , for president, Is a natho of Ohio, and steamer wn soon smoking tho liibt. Jll borough, ns well nt the citizens of tho nnd say thnt If any m in Is Indiscreet enough to mill men sny Oiat they will not listen arms nt Six Mile Ferry, Snovvden and and all of It probably useless, though not like Harrison, Hold, Cleveland and this time a eon tlnnoiH firs' wns kept tip, entire county, who for tho second time, tlo an act on that kind In this emerfenoy he b1 a proposition In favor of submitting either points. Two thousand men Uninteresting At rtusscllvllle Henri' Gill and SoL The sell llo adjourned without should boUikrn to thu river and lo dticktd-a- nd Stevenson, a Presbyterian. matters ludi-fmt- u to arbitration until armed with Springfield rifles nro reoely disposing efi the. question and the debate will Walton havo been sentenced to tho penand It Is estimated that 1,000 hhotnwJro will be called upon to pay tho enormous I will be one to help do It itloxll Good Congress has itentiary for Ufa They munlcred probably be resumed Ioiim A. HiiAHiiin,of Allegheny City, exchanged during this brief engageam mint of money entailed In the shape and applause.) You arc not goln? to Interfere Mr rick or Mime ono higher In uulhor for ony signal to aid tho strikers, A a from clerg men and been flooded l'n., the nstrononter anil manufacturer ment. Tor some reason those In clisrge of riot losses. i y retracts tlie with our t Interest, so our ducking commitulltinatitni issticd by mass meeting of citizen, members of church organ!with itltlon for the closing of Negro by the name of Wnyland Clark. tatlor.s asking will of telescopes, was onro a laborer In one of the cannon nn the opposite shore did Iiie following post ofllccs in Ken This wns the bloodiest labor battle In teethis scarcely bo m cestrv to lieniiiMiimt Mr Prick that ro union workmen would the advisory committed and locked-ou- t the fair on Sundays Quays amendment will probably prevail. of the Pittsburgh Iron mills. tucky will bo discontinued after thp ever In future be employed in tho mills, employes has been called to consider the history of tho country and the sec- at A mrelln; not lire n shot during the battle. brawny jumped to his llot'SE Tho house had District of Columbia l."ith Instant: Music, Carter county; tho coming of tho troops. A cai t. has The workmen are also averse, tu sub Issued for a conven'I ho steamer Little Hall, which had ond ono that hns occurred In this vicint Monday, but toIth ScitsXTox, Pa., July Pi Tho Thir- bulshciui under consideration took a l'ekln, Howan county. tion of confederate veterans to meet In evidently received n fresh supp'y of ity. This time there wns no property feet, and wman gn-.i- seriousness moved mittliig tliclr tumbles to arbitration by ward tho close of the session little whirl any who should bo foolish to trcnl. They hold that If teenth regiment, N. O. S. P., number- at a conference report on the military bill. The Columbia, S. C, on July 10 to orgnulu ammunition nnd reinforcement of Pink- - destroyed, as like thero wns during the that Jupoino by tho number of spectacles enough to offer any insult to the troop-- t 'rangers ing IvW inert, left by special train for people who are suppo-c- d to he charged with a worn by tho visitors to tho colored Bapn grand army il confederates. rnilrond riot of 1877. This mob wns icrc Is any disposition lo make a crton'a, continued down tho river. iien uie-- come oo immediately then-nft- er t eiiletit the agents of tlio company set' Lcvvistou nt 9 a. nt. Monday, eeinsldcrablo degree oi foresight as to adjourn thoroughly well organized, well Tiii'.iik Is a very curious wonl In the d can tist convention nt Caseyvllle, the Stur-gi-s At 'J. 10 p. m. ti flagttf tmco wns disC, ment hive about agreed on the ?M or SJthlnst Coi.umiua, Pa., Jnly nnd had cftli'lent ofllcers at tho Tho taken to tho river and ducked. dictionary that is stalled nfer with the-t- r representatives nnd n Enterprise concludes thnt this sort and placed by tho I'lnkerton men nnd was go hence. That as the date when'eongress motion prevailed by acclamation, t menus a small Prench silver coin, a dapple- shot down. It wns hoisted tho second bend to conduct the operations. Tho nnd the 100 special found if ono U jvos-- s of this city, nnd Company I, of Wrights gives about two wres In wh'ch to close up tho of thing is becoming a fad with intellectlasltof agrecni'-nHltcemcn were sub-gray 11:30 a. in. for Homestead. vilte, loft at Me. necessary buvlncss. ually-inclined " horse nnd n balsam poplar tree, titno with thn same nstilt Tho third force embraced nil tho men employed sequently Instruetcd Negroes. to carry It out to wns great excitement nt tho Tlioy nro Padl-cahTiioh. I. Ci.i.noham, of North Caro- time tlio ting wns riddled with bullets In the i tiiblve planU of tha Cnrneglo the letter. bonded debt now stands Convict. Ileln.e In Work. It was nlso orelcntl thnt n people want satisfied that the Carnegie There no sottlcnieut other than depot. lina, a seiintor In'foro tho civil war and ami hnnlly enough of it loft to hoist Iron nnd bteel Co. ut Homestead, somo committee should bo nppolnteel to InCoLiuuira, O., July 12. The new ad- at 342,000, to offset which It has about eight miles cast of Pittsburgh, and a form Pa., July 12. Tho fivo ministration nt the penitentiary had un 210,000 of stocks in railroads and tlie complete dissolution of Fottsvii a confederate general In that struggle, igaln. all not present that gamated nssocintlon and the tlio Amal- companies i.r, comprising the Schuylkill la still living nt the ago of eighty years. opportunexciting experienceof an unprecedented gravel roads, and about 157,000 of tho Sheriff W. II.McClcary telegraphed buttle, which for blocxlthlrstlncss nnd such action had besii taken. ity to deal vtth men ns individuals. county division of thu state national character Monday. As a result of n real and personal property. Kino refusal to allow the es- to Gov. Patterson for instructions nnd boldness of execution hns not been ex"Now, gentlemen," resumed tho burtablishment of scpnrnto Norwegian con- received tho following reply- - "IakmI celled in actual wnrfnn waged from 4 gess, "our plan is lo get put every band 'I he men declare they will starve rather guard havo responded to tho call, and conspiracy there was a revolt of I'nitetl The Kenton county democratic pri nro prepared to leave for camp nt Mt States prisoners when tho men were mary election, ordered to b hold Au than submit to the hitter alternative. stitutes bus canted widespread feeling authorities must exhaust c cry means o'clock in tho morning until 5 o'clock in Homestead." npplnusc In the afternoon, nnd only cciiscd when Gretna. The companies number 500 inareheel to work at the customary hour gust 1, will be conducted under all the nnd demonstrations of dbnppmvnl In nt their command for tho preservation Froteltlng Against Pinltertorii. tho force of I'lnkcrtons, brought to tho I A man, represent ng thu musicians. moil, In the tnohilnp The opinion has long forms of tho secret ballot system for .Norway. of peace." MlfAVAt'KKi:, Wis., July 11. Kcsolif shouted: "I um nutlorlzed to Mty that place to suppress tlio strike, uncondiprevaileil among the federal prisoners, regular elections. A rOl.ll) gold brick, weighing S00 Pirrsiitriioii, July 7 -- At 3 o'clock tionally hurrendcrcd, i tne The Stael Company to Procut, unneis nave iilreiuly volunteered tions havo been passed by the feder- leaving their their JxiUImIh, nnd north tlW.OrMl, will ! e- - Ti'J'rsdav mnminir a cnjirb'to I'M of CoviNoro.v Is nsked to established a PiTTSiiiiinit, July 12. It JBunnounced several hundred of whom nro confined sen Ices," 7.ud ngnln .thero wiu, uU'd traders council of this city declarlilbUcd In the Mines nnd Mining build- - killed nnd woanded was not obtainable, arms in tho luirgts In which they had great cnilitislasut. '"" ing "that the I'lnkerton thugs must go, an what Is considered to bo gooe lu the prlvm, tlmt, they can not legally city morgue. - tlio World's fair by a Helena but samaras could hgascertiilucd uluven Wen transported to the works. fei work on state contracts. Jn iftS nt Tho president of vneh lodiru was In- - nnd that we approve of the nctlon of anthorlty, that tho Cnrneglo Steel Co. is bo made scare in the northTiik small-poTho riot of Wednesday wns the cul9- 1 t "l..i nwnpr. and ftlno detectivca were workmen -strurted to inako about to begin prosecution against tho After a long argument all the convicts eastern pnrt of the state has subsided. tho workmen ut mination of W Tilr'Ilof,' Kansas stnta house on klIlel;l(WeavyiiJaertj,aniVt.twcntj licen brewingtho troubles which have for tho ceremonies, proper preparations ing an invasion ofHomestead in repuls- leaden, of tlie Homestead riot for con- submitted but ono Frank liable, from Tiik btreet rnllway in Howling Green nnd the burgess antheir beautiful city nt Homestead for tho whichoterf J.000,000 has been expended, ono detectives Injured in the battle past month, Tho Cnrneglo Co., nounced that bo would ascertain ex- by theso lawless thugs; that we ask spiracy and murder. Tho company is Arkansas who said ho would dlo beforo Is proving a success. Its business has ho would work. Ho was then taken to doubted in tho past few weeks. nnd which Is not yet completed, Is snid in addition to this at least one hundred scale to govern their workmen actly when the mllttai-- was expected, eougress to pasi laws, nguinst the cry said to have retained several of tho best detectives were seriously Injun bytho . to be In ilnngcr of falling down, owing criminal Inwycrs of Western Pennsyl-vani- the ducking tub nnd after several im Tiik contract for a 10,000 courtbouso in tho steel plants, nnd unnouueed thnt nnd give notice of Its npproach by tow n lug evil, nnd that a copy of theso strikers wliilo mi their way to tho'j.ill to'jxxir mntrTrlal nsod. erlcrn. nnd instructed them to Institute lnerslotis in cold water concluded to re to lie erected at Patntsvlllo has been let bo sent to Congressman Mitf these It was their ultimatum. Tho scnlo mndo evening. Ono I, ho XIII was mndo pope nt the ago Wednesday turn to the even tenor of prison life. proceedings at once. by the Johnson county authorities. The L'orur il'Alene Trouble. chell." a sweeping In and now, at tho ad victims hns since died of his lujtirles, skilled men,reduction wns tho wages of of sixty-eighGlo. O. Thompson, ono of tho oldest Won't Trnat Kentucky. Wnsh., July IS. It it Imnnd it olllcially A Female Leper. Charted With Robbing an Old Han. eighty-twwill nttepd and another is dying. vnnctingo pf Loiivn 1 Ky., July 12. The West nud most noted pioneer citizens of that unless the terms wcro possible nt this time to learn tlio ein t New Yoiik, July 12. Jnuinn Chndad, y lMHAXAroi.li, Iml, July 11. Mlko Daring the (battle, tho l.at 'His life has lieeh his parochial duties. complied with before .July 1 tho plnces miidltion of affairs In thoCocitr d Alenn Larkin a woman, arrived hero Friday crn t'nlou 'Iilegraph Co. hits refused to western Kentucky, died nt bis home in full of romantic nnd dramatic incident. wns bombarded for several hours with of tho workmen would lie filled br- mines. It is known, however, tl it charged wns arrested hero Friday on Syrian the steamship Amsterdam, credit further tho state of Kenttudey. Hopklnsvlllc, tho other night, aged 87 bonrd with having robbed art old a brnsii cannon O.nk of tho most eloquent prenchers nine men are dead; that tho Frisco mnl nnn. at CIuv City, of ninety dnllnrn. was declared a leper by Dr, Whecloek, There is no money in tho treasury and years, hav ing been born in Virginia in The stout oaken tlmUn, f,.im,E; the others. This wns followed by a preiun In Ciiniidii Is Dr. George Douglass, wfioso has destroyed bv dinamtt.--. ..i The prisoner claims to ben son of Mlko at Elll- - Inluiul, and oi dc i od out of tho the Juno telegraph bill Is unpaid. lSU.V When nn infant hU parents emisides. of tho Imut wcro spllnteivu but tory refusal on tho part of tho W IlopklusvilU', where Ids Ilfo tho Gem mlno arms nro pnrulyzed and w lib' la totally tlio heavy steel plates on the Inside pre- company to recognize tho Amnlgii- - that strikers nnd lias keiiMirrendirel Larkin, w ho w n hanged at Manchester, ceiuutry by the steamship that brought The extern Fnlou will tako no slute grated to He leaves a largo estate to to tho blind. Ills arms hang helplessly by his vented telegrams iinaecoinpanled by the cash was spent. tlio her. tho balls from penetrating tho ninieu association or nteel nnd mm to Wallace. A dispatch employe take Kng., In lfcOS, for rioting. side, nnd his volco seems to como from his children. He held many ofllccs durand there it nn money for such use. from tho super Interior Many pf.the sirikeri-- , 'w-ew- r, Workers ns such, or to confer w Ith tiny Intoiidentof Tobacco Coasolldatlon. a dead Ixsly. ing his life. Deiperata Robbsr Frustrate the Gem mlno reports one I'aitriir Is 111,11 ltd t'holiru. wcro expert marksmen, and they committee of tho wot Union, short of nn man Ci.ncinjia,', July 12. hlvof tholarg AN Ohio Inventor hns patented a col-!AuiA.NV, N. killed crazy A At Hopkinsvlllo a 1'AP.ts, July 12.Tho dlstiutMiislicd sent shot lifter hhot Into tho jk rt I )es neeeptiineo of the terms offered. Tho ut Frisco. nt Gem, and the other eight railroad sectionY.. July 11. W. Central e'bt tobacco companies In this city will In which tho cud buttonholes nro boss named To avoid further bloodshed J. scientist, !r Pasteur, is KiiuVrl'ig from womuu gave the ofllcers a lively chaso in thobrfnts, nndMrUlrf'ted tcrnbl In- men stated they would never submit to ho placed In tabs mndo of thinner matehurrendere'd the mine and all Its arni tried to extort a choc k for 3,000 be consolidated into one concern. Five tlie form e f cholera now prevalent In before slio was captured and lodged in thn proposed reduction, and announced of the Interested uro thu rial, thus avoiding tho tiiuioynnco and jury to tho imprisoned men. their determination to resist unv elTort The property Is now in charge of i from' Judge J. II. Clute nt the point of GIoW, companies Miami, Cincinnati, this cit) The attack is said to Ui 11 the asylum. When II was found that little imp 'fu llodiiiann, dilllcultv of buttoning n stiff mid Tiik wheat crop of t'nion county this on the pnrt of tho Carnegie Co to start guard nppolnted.by President O'llrlen, ft revolver. Tho Judge grappled with mild one, but the friends of the patient sion eould bit made by the cannon n of thu union. hturclio band. ilacDonnld and held him until nn off- mid Morris. Tho capitalization of the nre very anxious. year Is estimated at about ono million men. the liontii, an ulTort was mndo to pe up their plants with new concern will bo 2,500,OOJ. "Pni.Nci; Michaki.," tho icer arrested htm. Ilrulh nt Mm, vVulilorr bushels. An both sides were determined, both lnr. (leu Inula Letter Was Lost, Nkw tnitK, July i:j.A ciiblegriim lender of tho Detroit fanatics who hns tho barges, nnd thus compel the deti4 proceeded to prepare for tho contest, At Louisville, Phil Sknggs was shot No Fir at Nsw Orleam. tlvcs to leave tho vessel or suiter tlr Nkw Yiuih, July lit A special to tho . was received shortly after II o'eloeU , just been sent to tho state prison, has Powder Workt Blown Up. 111., says and Instantly killed by Sum Terry, also horrible into of being burnt il aim' w nicn cuiininnieii in sucli ileitis of vio- Aionnny from the London nlllcq Nf.w Oitl.KA.ss, July 12. Tho dispatch Herald from Hloomiugton, , CANl'iute-iecosold his hair nnd whiskers to n dime lence nnd bloodshed that wero witJuly 11. Tho Giant of colored. Two shots wero tired from a Hoto were procured from hero oil wnssprayiv that the lauso museum man for 17.10. addressed to Its New York powder works, ht Highlands, near sent the business Monday nexin saying hearing fioiu Mr.of Mr. .Stevenson not ciilllier Smith and Wesson reon tlie ileclts nudsTdesof the barges nessed Wednesday in tho blghlvo of Mllce, nt Ne. 211 Cleveland was due to portion of this city that g Itcrkley, blew up at U:Sl) (Saturday West Tvventv-sKt- l Tiik former record for fast While this was being done, biuiel nftei Industry on the Moniuiguhcla. was in llames, including the St. Charles tho misplacement of a letlcrwhlch was volver, two of which took effect in the inornlug. San Francisco was shuk-i- i has been broken by Miss Catharine barrel of oil was emptied into the rtvci At 11:85 Thursday morning n dispatch Ktrcct, as folio Awk "Mr. Aster died man's heart. The quarrel was caused lioted, Grand opera house, etc , U n found among semio paper. It was writ4 nnd pa if by nn o'clock Monday V. Curry, of fyyractise, who can write iilxivu the mooring plnce, thn object be- - jr01 Homestead nivs thatr.nothrr boat- noon, nfter buffering it relapse'" 'after- all over tlio earthquake, ami windoivs canard nnd must hnve originated In ten on tlio day of Mr. Stevenson's nom- by u woman and when Skuggs fired lii.s city wero shuttered. The some reporter's clouded bruin. Tho ination and received at Hloomiugton hat had just been knocked oiT with a The one minute. She ing te ullovv It to ilont against the'i"1"1 "' I'lnkerton men weru on their 163 perfect words in cablegram was directed to Mr. C building took tiro nfter tho explosion hns been operating nearly five years. utmed by his opponent Hernia ami men Ignite It, This terniiiei'iijinmiesieiiii. Juno 25. It roiiveyed Mr. Cleveland's brick-ba- t city Is still in tnct Hnldwin; agent of tlio Aster estnte In and great loss of life is reported. Tun Crittenden county fair has been Is proposed to Introduce a new deed was nttcnipted several times, but congratulations. It frK, conference held nt 'piltsbunrh this city, nnd wns the (fist positive nu , - -- .1 , No More tumbling at Little Rock. abandoned nnd the grounds havo been 'species of vermin Into this country. thu boats Hid not burn, und the u tlie Wednesday between Camegla's (Jilt Outing Killed I'ruin Amlmili. the represent. """iiifmentof .Mr. Astbr's death. Mr Till ti.i: Hock, Ark., July 12. Mayor Tho poo pi u of California are plagued mob becn-nInftirlnted mid burhsl dyMUes of tho Amiiliruniutnd mio..lnti,... William Wuldorf Astor is the recog-Hire-d I'lrralitiunii.J uly 1. A London K.xoxvhie, Teiin., July 12. Kill renteda for farming purposes. picnic near I'eterbvllle, George At with gopher, and they propose to namito bombs at the vchfcols w itli great wi thu Iron itud steel manufacturer head of tho Asteir family, lly his uniiouuivM tl.i of Scotch' Fletcher issued un order Monday inorn- Murphy, oner of the noted brotlieis and ' " bring tho mongoose to war on thi effort, irunsncted no b.islncbs, and ivu mtlviurii. ileath John Jacob Astor, bevomet, thv worklngmcii with Audmw Cnniegio and lug closing nit tho gambling houses in outlaws of Monroe1! county, was thot Illnek shot and killed John Stacey was iai.cn uut'i TUuinluy white the latter wns duueing.. An old thn,j)rob.iblii returit of his gift pf A'l,O0C town. Thero wero eight in operation und killed from ambush Monday. iieuu en mo ininiiy. gophci. Towards diiah- ofY.irla wen agttln -nud every one ceased operations at once. grudgo was tlio cause of the. tragedy. s thu Aberdeen library, 5j - . CURRENT TOPICS. lVUDAY. JULY 15, LABOR BATTLES. "Stkws injf 'lST nr ' " J ifr . .' """ in J. ii T,in," ' IljI.!' '"1 aJMSrrr 'AUUUAW.'i!JJIL171NUi;U.MiJ .iaaP - vrkT:JW TVUi A'Jkiltr . -- K. Jw! 'aW . f, i.' "" lettbr 1t ff hbadsl ..a. . iBBBIf r r' GO. Kf rt rr . ' f i ; 11U. un mo ' Tl "XF" -OATT a am ojcjXi ua, iuiv "ii a-n- .o-V .J i MSlit-f-iri- .' -.. uau'SKS r,;rri,,? ...i... isasraajsasrr x jbW' - Tbo "el-fht- na-- 'It-fohr- aril t,. eleo-Irl- d '?' -t nf-re- st n. io- Mr. I in-i- nr-rlr- nr. et.l. 'AMATi::Tra'VVritidi' rwreae, iala, ertb able-bodie- -- 111 ., B 1 -- irn 1 a.lt le avp 1 ,f 1 - fit ker n. hcads-atul.th- n sen-at- ,,.!., "'"" I mass-meetin- g "'. amend-ment- v r. 1 land-offlc- Arur g!is 1 y l, vori te ' J' h lead-or- t - aJ r,fr2uTfvte )t uu taVeJ-Je"',;rBct,'- m :.! ""-- ;: jiiiui ar,",-.'- 'J,"'' -- iel iruflr s ' .r"T" 1 J' - ''"' Inle-tlriilo- ii. Nee-roe- d d d It n-a- P'its r,'l ini-iiu- - n tae prop-olt!o- .. 1 mill-work- U-e- -- dLci-pline- 111 s Om-aii'- s ... x ,n 1 ' t, 1 all-da- half-nud- e Mac-Dona- non-unio- n -- long-hnlre- d , type-writin- - 1 cablo-s"Tn- m dli-gu- ... .,. ei ' r I' mi Q w - fs.i -- - . ., 1 1 .x' S.V - SmSR!8-- . ufnm43 DCCTfWf .M&:aifci x'.'WtU ,&!&&. j- -, ;r. W' .: 'Aaj.tSMEai &' fc"Y GREAT WAR. 11 CtlSI I will sell all Goods in convinced. my-liousc PRICES "WAR. M:iWIHKBi Ill (HIP diiAUMnr&ii k L fH jffj rRMWHi V.JIWI '.1 . f IP KINDS WAR. II rMl H ;l GOODS at Lower Friccs than any advertised prices you will find in this or any other paper. Come and price my goods and you will be We have a full and complete stock of New Goods. In Cnrpets, Oil Cloths and Rugs we have knocked the bottom out. In JK jk a- - rm je m an : - : W THE HICKMAN COURIER. THE PRIMARY ELECTION. c: :m& m t 3K mass-meetin- X& k 3SBT In the Field '111 Xmemhrr. THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL WORTH HKKUI.XJ. A national of colHon. W.J. Stone, who was com- Will Purchase the Newport HICKMAN, KY., ored men was held at Cincinnati or rna ussuiiiitATBu L . To Choow a Oeiocratic Nomi- pelled to cancel his published list Irisl week to consider the condiNews A Mississippi Vilj of appointment throughout this III tion of the nice, and to discuss JULY IG, 1892. ttllDAYi ne for Congress. I District, because his leave of abley Railroad ways and means for tho improvesence was revoked, desires it FOU CUNOUKHH. Monday, August 1, the Day. known that ao soou as he can Or the Louisville 4 Nttbrile ment of their condition. Home resolutions were adopted, and We are nulborliet to announce Join K. leava his post of duty he will Is will Secure Control ef !M among them was the following, llexi'ticK, of Livingston county, at a Tlio Democratic Committee for sne a new list and apeak at aa Candidate for Congress, subject to the which is sensible and to tbe point: U.lolll.tVmmml.l, J.ljrll. f this Congressional District decid many places as possible in the actios of the Democratic patty. Uesolved, That we appeal to the The rumor that the Illinois cenM ed in favor of a urinary elecllou, District before the primary elecTi tat fVopt. of lis Kni OragrriiioNal tral is nrgntiatlng Tor the porepusa colored people iu every part of Vutritt of ICenlMtky. to be held in eadK and every vot tion in August, and that whether & our land to bear in ml ml that their I am a candidate to represent you ta tlie ing: precinct in eaea county, as chosen as the uoininee or not, he or tbe 5. X. & M. V. assumetde-finit- prosperity and advancement In Congress, and earnestly d shape yesterday in locsjl rail- civil ri Khts and political intiue uce your voles for tbe place. drateful tho manner tbroagh which tbe expects to be in the field np t6 way circles when it was authoribeyond words for Jour pail kindness, I Democrats shonld name a Demo November, speaking will depend upon themselves that for Clevepromise, if elected, to endeavor, Vy a faith tatively aunounced that President the consideration given them will rul discharge of duly, to prove how rouch cratlc uoininee for Congress. 'JPbc land and Stevenson aud tbe regube in proportion to thrirowu good 1 value jour continued favor. following is the plan in detail ior lar Democratic ticket. It baa oc Fish, of the Illinois Central has conduct aud approved character. Your Interests demand that I remain, recently been in close ooniulla For Ibis reason we nppt-ii- l to thoin for th pro tit, at my post of duly; con- holding tho primary elections. Of curred a number of times the ..,. . M Cain. BtlTI.B. Pre. t. wilt be dprived of lha oppor- coarse the comity committees aro present session that the Demo- tioa with President Hantirztou. to practice industry, that they sequently n. ,., jhuvm,,, or the N. X. ft M. V. The Illinois may prove their own capacity to tunity of making a thorough canvass of to select the precinct officers to crats with their immense majority Central is saitl to be very desirtlie Utsiriet, an l would like to do sustain themselves; and to pracMr candidacy is subject to the action of hold same: have been compelled on roll call ous of securing control of the N. tice economy aud sobriety that Hi t uemocratte party, We, your committee, bee leave to acknowledge no quorum pres- X. & M. V. Such a Jeal would they may, out of their own sav- SsjT For Furs Kvrs, W. J. STONE. Respectfully, to report the following resolutions: ent, and, therefore, important leg- give the Illinois Central a much ings, secure a fair measure of inCOWQILL'S ITI 5ALVX JAMES CAMPHKLL, or MeCraeken conn-l1. KesolreU, That w primary Memphis, and needed entrance l a candidate for Congress In tbe islation delayed or blocked, and also to Louisville,te woald that dependence: to be patient and re Neuralgia ,B,I Ki.rumsllsas, aasl spectful, orderly, Flrvl Congressional Diatrlct of Ken- election bo held at each of the and Mm: COWOXLL'S WSASXL OIL tucky, subject to tbe action of tbe Dem- voting places in each of the voting hence his promptness to obey the enable it to secure bmoIi business l01iet, that they' mar win the rep precincts of the coanties c6mpoa Speaker's summons. The Demo- which now passes otr sr rival lines.' uMiou of desirable neighbors and ocratic party. Election, Nov. 18112. - Kor Pilea, Dis- crats desired a quorum of Demo- It WUUIII HUB US9COBO M lUTIUlU-- I nnH .1. ...... Tfe are authorized to announce HON W. ing the First Congressional COWOILL'S PILZ OINTMENT. W. ROBERTSON, of Mayfietd, Urave trict of Kentucky, on the tlrst crats on tbe Silver Bill and six able competitor of the L. & N. far j eounty, an a candidate for Congressman Monday of August, 1892, for the irarac to a tit I from tbi Soutnweat Solicits yonr bnsiiiess. We offer the most Liberal Accommodations THr wem.rvN raiai. from this, the Fimt Congressional Dis- nomination of a Democratic can- important appropriation bills, and For this reason It Is ilieved SV Fur Trtlt-- ami Kiagwersa, to our Customers Consistent with trict. Election Id November, 1892. lilt didate for Congress to be n. wn ttseii cat.io-ir.- i voted nence air. atone preferred to ne that inek ...i m.!..!,.! aaMa. COWOILL'S TXTRB OINTXXKT. Hanking Prluclplea. Candidacy Usubjset Io the action of the cuase me roau rather than allow, Hnsiwsjr lorultlio .November election, 1892 glect a canvass in the interest of It Democratic riy of the Pislrict. tt r.n :... .u- - i i. .u. iiu Kor Worms, The polls to be open at said elec his own tea in order to be "H,f?,",,l ,0k" U" ",,,,',;, CowftlTi Pliiunt Worm tion from 8 o'clock a. m., to 5 present when his own party need- uols Central. I'Oil CIKCt IT jlimii:. ' lrrn Oen. Echols eaid yesterday th t . Bb' o'clock- p. m. ed and desired a qaorum on these while he had received no ofJe. 'j! '?' V4 tnl,ekJr f"r S.irtSKiCTloy (W.lRASrASD on O.BALTZKK. It. T. TYI.KH, J. V. POWKIJi, If. II. HKKV ARI) we are authorized io .innoiiDcc .Mr. w M. ueaolved, That aaid primary ,. b. UaeJ to Flr, A. A. FA It 8, W. A SHUCK, J. W.CUWC51U.. information in regard to the pn - " oiuiiii, oi urnvencouniy, a? n ennui- - emcuon snan oe neid Dy a clerk important measarea. r,M woirlhutloa. of sp.elmtaa frosa For THK MOSEY RKVUSHKD. posed deal between the llliuoii rimf'iiSilDuZit;'u'lseof'h'',,he nd ,wo Jndge' atech Precinct Sale by ih Central and the N. N. & M. V., va ieers " thre Imereeted Tftat Clreat Evil. ww aiu lu uo ocicmctl 111 SMCII We are authorized to announce Mr. N. P. county that be woald not at alt be sVl 'l"",!! "'ThL,.kr!,r:r- - r.u." COWGILL & by tbe chairman of the e MOSS, of lllckranu county, as a COWGILL, Mr. Cbas. A. Dana, of tbe New prised should it be consummate! . , oouirl "meJ. lye.l collectors ho fur Circuit Court Judge of lata, committee or aaid eoanty. hile UOt positively Stating the have speeinens which the; are lllin to 3. Resolved, That all voters of York Sun, has opposed Mr. CleveI II A tbi First, Judicial District. M A ' I M 'V M. ,oin f'f the Fair are rr.iuettd io write We arc anlboriied to announce SAMUEL said counties, or persons who will land all along, but in view of that he bad any information concert Hickmax, : : : Kentucky r further iafersaailoa illg It from an H. CROSSLAND. of Orates county, ae be such at tbe coming November 'J or t ......sourca !,chreltrlsile eliats aaJ lnei. Themir. a candidate for Clreuil Court Judge io election, In their resnective nre- - great evil, the Force Dill, being tk. tbit, the First Judicial Diatrlct VV. D1ISSTISLBK1NK. clneta. shall be permitted to vote inflicted upon tbe country iu the hi. words wa. that be was no. in is aaid primary election, who have event of Harrison's election, he tirely a stranger to a knowledrfr tiMulaei. All herlsa n.eimeo. Attorssojr. For Cwaaeaoavf valla's wbw4"bV heretofore affiliated with and ac- says that tbe eleotion of the Dem- Of SUCh nCCOtialloilS. Ho Ssid ' mutt tw suitable for BMatlnl i WINKO (llltlSl N. nitroa, We are authorised to annonnce Mr. M. T. knowledged their irst allegiance ocratic ticket .".":"" reaalailooU A Kit AN. space is nasse all article, bat a iodic) is a necessity- - We that tbe purchase of thegreat H. M. V. would be of very SIIELBOURNE. of Carlisle county, as a to the Democratic party, and adMED1UINKS, Caie Stale fllg,. Lealaglon, Ky. NOtrouble lo shew goods. candidate for Commonwealth Attoraer pledge themselves AMI vantage to either the Illinois Ccit-to sapport tbe quote from tbe San: Cone and see, at the eoraer of Trey in Ike First Judicial District. STATION Kit V, 'There is one question depend-- ; tral or tbe L. & N., aud that lie ad Moscow Avsaa. Cast llleksar nominee of said primary election. Ky We are authorized lo aaoaaoa JOE W. LIQUOll S, ing on the election of the next would not be surprised if at any FOR TUB JAJlPAl!f. 1. Resolved that the officer FANCY GOODa DENNETT, of Hickman county, aa a holding said tirimary election ahull resident, wbicb, in its moment- - time either of these systems candidate for Commonwealth's AttorKOR Tbi Si Uu RijiVi: 8UKD1MK8, purchase the road. aer in this, the First, Judicial District. at the close of the polls carefully ous importance and vitul itupera-lsboalIn contradiction of the ramnr, seat ap me poll book and within tiveness, most seem to every pbil-MLDICAL - Tu ! PAINT8, frMv Blacksmith and Undertaker every it was said .vesterday that Preat- Will b mWw4 FOIt SIIElllFF. k?'after deliver the osophic observer to exceed people 'dent Fish, or the Illinois Central, "W2. for pon oouh en the several pra- political question that tbe 01 1.8, HICKMAN, KKNTUCKY. ?frV 411 t'KM'rn. . toBrfrtil.-nmirVl4uVilWrH!JOHNSON aa , candidate for aWfa ftfl'sBTgft fk23LESZZrt Ji te frm w.weklv paper, aaJ will )o(- I that conn. Fulloa eounty, .tit.. SPECIALTY. ty; that on tbe Uh dav of Ansust. Moie result or a sweeping uepHb- - President Huntington, of the N ue lanisprnsalile during Caaipntgi. We are authorised In snnonno W. A. lien yon wani Aa extra eopy will be seat free lo Novem- njVB MK A TRIAL 1892, the chairman and secretary iican victory in November. Kill- - N. & M. V., in New York. reoslra an ber 3He, la the sender of each elub of five, v SHUCK as a candidate for Sheriff of ilnn. at Fulton coeaty at Ike ensuing election, of each county count and certify ed in this election, it can never be with Two Pollare Send tor a pseksie of W."T' c lloreclioelng a sperially Tmcai i ni.uiu.pafniiiln.lf subject to the action of the Democratic vino, bjbu mat me OEtalrman bring revived. In this view of tbe con body says is an oM atlste; "What svsrv vaJ " n sink. Address niu.i he true." Henry Cook, of THK RKFOBMCHt. Uuls, Mo. pen. said poll books, together witb ssid test no conscientious Democrat new Undsttaksr'i Oooii, iMiosviue. waio, in roe a I teller certificate, to the meeting of tne can hesitate about his duty. Bet- says; "Chamberlain's Congh Remedy has Cemnon, Roara.) ,J Holldl Blaei Wat llrealt I'onri Clerk. nnt District Committee. The chair-me- ter vote for liberty and the white taken wall her. Everybody likes Is oa OTxi xorMTAnrs to Re.,, which cxa. up CoAJas ami noilr. anj ,ssn be lllcit on short We are authorlied to annoaaoa Mr. J. f. rtaainabte of tbe eommlttees of the sev government of tbe Soatbern aceounl of the lajsaedlala relief llflvea." There la nothing like It lo leoaea tad Keen a PploadM Slack ef Ike vert v... ,,,,,, R0Y6TER as a For lu Grand Anaual Rteurslaa lo the priera. (live me a for Clreuil eral in Demon, nr hv States, even if the eaudidate were SBT Shan near the Jut, Court Clerk of Fulton Couaty, at tho proxy,eeutlM. a aevsre cold, for sale by C. A. Seashore, the Mlsilulpid Valley of all klai. el shall meet oa tbe 9th day the devil himself, ratberthan con lloicouiDe. lloulo easoiDg election. will .ell tickets from Itlve. aad l'ducali sent to tbe eleotion of respecta-abl- e lwf i'atlueah, iu .i HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &t. Benjamin Harrison witb a MeCraeken eoanty, at 10 o'ciook Gkn. Weaver, the Third Party Junction, Tenn, to Old Point Comfort and There are four political par- a. ra., bringing with them their Force bill iu bis pocket." return at the low rate of SIA.U) t..,.l.. Hickman Irjarble Wot ks, which are sffertd at ONE I'KICR, sad II. at the nominee for President, as a mem- - aad l trains of W.do.a.L A., ties in the field claiming tbe votes aid poll books, open said poll ii Now, If this damnable evil and ' , of tbe people nl the November books, count the votes, aud give uer oi uongress, was a most in- bto.1 ib r.iura oa any train"' tworo Aue. HICKMAN-vrrr 1'iwral Ikr aisikil jitslllr. AT, sawawawsista?swataw"S election. The Democratic, Repub- a certificate of nomination to the outrage or a Force bill look that veterate hater of tho South and 6ib, IBM. Tickets will he aocspml eoine Iron LooUvllle on soeeial train ro,,..,l way to a Northern man In New All gods fueranlr.il to be as r'rrf.ealfd I lican, Prohibition aud tho People's person who ha received tbe larg-es- t B. C. everything Southern; aud is said or first elaa eoiebee aad Pullman .Uvping party. number of rotes, who ahii i. York, bow must it look toa South to be a rampant advocate of the ears, Laving lb. t clival luWp. in .Tkur. OIAISB in day. Auinst 4th, aaJ run via the C a O. Mr. Clkvki.and has written a me nominee or said primary elec ern man iu the SoatbT Let 8oatb- - Force bill. ! Marw.i route. The eurpsi.ing beamy of the Italian and Auibican letter to the Presidont of tbe nun. em Democrats, with whom tbe MUNUMUNTM, TOMU AND ORAVt scvnsry tin this route Is known lo every B. Itesolved, That all Demo "Frances Cleveland Inflnence 8T0NE8. Bloody work among the miners tourist, but no one can tire of the (ran I Third party is ooquetting, ponder In slock, a line lot of Club," mildly objecting to the use cratlo newspapers iu said CouN'ew River this question before yielding to at Wallace, Idaho, this week. The eur of thescene of ths canons and the pie. HAVINO Italian Marble, am nti-of his wife's name to designate gressionai District be requested luresque (ireenbrlsr. a red to fill all orders. Call aad siaak anion laborers attacked the mines the Siren's blandishments. Itorgts, m.jesiie heights and long clubs designed to do political iu puuusu mese resolutions. work. mr stretches of valley oSVr a vaJi. D. HusnANDs, work. worked by tbe scabs and a r Order from ths country proatptlr riety of soensry encountered on oo other THR LI KB OP CeMTKNT. T. J. WATK1N8, battle followed, in which 25 railway line Id Asaeriea; and with un- tiled. Thk nomination of Weaver puts W. P. Lke, Ml. foali DUpaUh. at to All the Third nartv iu the attitmln nf firm or more are killed and many surpassed hotel accommodations.LI reason.. tU. ...vw. rAll.l....l . I nla. It. T. rVLKH, The Democratic platform might wounded. Aud tbo inJnn in Mown -- w. numerousif.iiH,iiii .iiri (Plains;, anu i up where tbe Greenback talcing the ocean and nlher attractions Committee. unclersigiHMl, party left off. Weaver is a politi-ca- l Lave been embodied in briefer np witb powder. Did the world at OIJ l'olnl Comfort, Virginia lleach, Oesan View. Cobbs Island, . ata hack who Iihh followed every edThe resolutions were then adopt- lorra anu more A .... ...... . . i .. to hy by sections, after ana enjoyable Onrarotr i.ianl I. aseurtd. crare aud fallacy set committee adjourned which tlie but defines ithlorcioie language,! ever bear of such distress and Ticket, to meet sufficient clear-- j hardships among the working are aold for the dy train on Aug on foot for twenty years. no1891, again Aug. 9th. 3rd to enable those ao desiring lo atop over ness the issues upon wbicb tue.neoulef and visit Louisville on going trip. Slop "The State Treasury Is empty" O. T. AI.LKK, Cli'mu. campaigu will be fought. over ai any point on 0 kO Kallroad will say all our Kentucky exchanges. O. II.PIKK, , be granted It pledges tbe Democratic party Thk Oarnegies are worth their limit or on return trip within extreme Tbe Treasury has considerably H. W. Van Sbndkn, Seo ' in he against: millions, made through tbe tariff ticket andtickets. Farther Information, more thau Sioo.ooo in it, and still slsdag car space secured by Ceutraliration, and tax on Iron. Tbe McKinley bill applying lo agent Misilasipul Valley there's moro to follow. No credrRIMABY ELECTION 0FP1GKR8. plutocratic domination. Routs. . itor of the State has suffered No. I R H Binford. sheriff; M P Extravagance iu tbeexpetiditnre increased their profits from 10 to through the shntting down of last clerk; II Klrby, Jobn Finch, judges. or tbe people's CO per cent, and iu tbe face or this A DELIGHTFUL RESORT. money. week, which was merely to "catch No. 'J Geo Moneee, sheriff; Alex Urown anTwai.w Robber protection and all dis- they reduce the wages of their a head." ns we nsed to say at tbe clerk; J E Menees, Hear Davis, Judges. V L MeCalchen, sheriff; 4 C criminating legislation. No. a employees! Tbe employee strike, BOTM. RirESTfKwToTiTBK.IimiFr.. Louisville and Memphis, old water mill. Frankfort Cap-tl- . Holmre, cfk; J Najtlor, A M Perry, Judges Trusts and combinations to asking for living wages, No. 4 J R Adam. li.rlaT: P Hawkins. gouge tbe people. aud Car with N Hawk ion, Lara Everett, judges. W i1-Thk silver bill nnnHml In-- (. clerk; J lly & aWr'l." Vr1 aatal Land aud corporate monopoly. negie's Pinkertous reply with Pullman Bnffet Sleeping Gars ". CmI No C 8 P Parker, sheriff; EdHiarks, Uaa, Senate authorizes froo coinage of I lets and cofilns This la Repubfwrl !. Dishonest money. clerk; J It Lutso, Kam Bedford, fudges. IX AMI! TH Rltver DUIIIOn. Without ixalrii-llnPernicious aotivitv or office. lican friendship for labor! No. C Win l'erry. Joe Iecli, Hotel Rlverview, Io the Amciiciiu productH, repcala clerk; J V Uuthart, Jsheriff; judges. lluton Is holders in politics. J Jones, lloiiifo,- VUilCMlsiirir, situated t Kankakee, lit., 50 miles south rt tho Sheriniiu nilver net or 1S1(, No. 7 A Alexander, sheriff; A K Thky promised that the WivPension fraudB and abuses. or Cnlrsxo, on ths line of th Illinois OrltmitM, vlu and provedcB for tln coiungo of clerk; F M Shack, K Y JJcConosll, Sumptuary legislation. wages would be increas- Central Bellrosd. Ths (talures of its sits MlMPIllH. all the bullion now iu tlie Trens-nry- . judges. art unluns, and include a delightful ooen Criminal and pauper immigra- ed by the McKinley tariff. High tern Dciuocrats anil If, from any cause, any of the tion. The grove, broad green lawn, and a pictur- tie qne. esque band In the river; tbe eemblaailoa wails of the widows and the eleven Itupnbllcans voted for it, abovo cannot serve, the remaining Jingoism, to a an rnoM making n perfeet harmony and seventeen Itfpitblfcaiis anil oilicers in or slaughtered worklngmen restful scenery, aad of ooot of charming. Now Vork, l'hlladslphle, It pledges he Democratic party such precinct will fill brseien and seven Democrats against it. llalilmor. W.,, at Carnegie's iron mills iu Penn- shady nooks. Th hotsl Is modern, comIngion, Norfolk. Old Point Comf.n. vacancy. I earnestly appeal to for: In evsry detail, and The Single Tax Club, of Oliicn-go- , the Domocrats of Falton eoanty Tariff for revenue only, and the sylvania, set forth the beauties of plete, aad Rich mond, Buffalo. Clevelaad, To- lis eulslns Is lbs very best that money will reijucHt tliu World's Fair to ido, Chicago, Indianapolis immediate revision of the iniquitattend at ean Cincinnati, Louisville offiuiala to mark foiuigu exhibits place lu each their usual voting ous McKinley law In the interest this Protective Tariff. Blaine bad open prodoo. Ths tsaaon of 18'Ji will early In Jun, under the his Borcbanl; and nianagemtnl of th undersigned.eontloued usaiwrai wsiai Marl UMalrra falsi U of dutlnblo goiids with the selling expression of precinct and make of tbe people. Terse their AMU price in tho country from which Presidential oampalgti oboioe. Tbe Honest money and bimetnlllo Harrison bit Car for Ih season are aa follows; Transitu Memphis, Vloksbiirg, is upon ns, Raton Rougs, Maw to 13.00 per day; Fatuities, rates WW tbe gnoila an- fxpurted, the I lie most iinnnrtnnt coinage, without discrimination negie t In IIia limtorv Orleans, Mobile, Ltt( Hock. Hot psr wssk; children, half rate; $10 lof-1charges to Chicago, and ui uur country, aud every Demo- toward either gold or silver. Hprlugs and point sin West Ten. Thk Homestead riot is an ob- uurses. $7 psr week, For further inforthe felling price iu Chicago, lu crat is expected free and nutrammeled educaness, rias, Arkanaas, Mis mation, and for n descriptive pantnhlst, order that visitors may find out organised and to to be thoroughly tion. ject lesson ns to how the tariff in- addn-- th undersigned at Hotel slsslppl, Iiulslaiia, aad do his daty. who pays the duty under our presKankakee, III. Proper public improvements. creases the wages of worklogmen Respectfully, tmbs aiTii awb sttirrnwEMT. JErTKTT WIWOX, Manager. ent system of tariff taxatlou. Home rule aud Individual liberty that is worth ouo million W. P. TAYLOR, . votes to Economical and honest admin- Grover Cleveland, . Th lint Is thoroughly eoulnesd an ii Cbui'n Fulton Co. Deui. Com. NoTiUNa quite so dishonest iu It is hard for Pronounce! Sopelm, 1st Savei condition, and Drurldss.n. istration of tbe Government. politics has beeu observed intnlr from a Utter written by Mrs. Ada K. ccllent arrangement In time aa.l Ihroein honest worklngmen to bo shot Protection or labor. as the suppression by some of the Tub Republican National Conwe a tat "Was Hurd, Genuine civil service reform. down by tbe Pinkerton protective taken of Qroton, 8 I), whiohuosettled on ears. A f BAT OR B la the ll m and afn People's party papers of that plnnk vention was venlenee secured with bad cold, UUlldKi loud in favor or the President Harrisou thoroughly tariff hirelings, bat uo man can mr Langs, cough set In and finally of tbe St. Louis plutfoim favoring Force bill; unly a night's rids hetsiss d Tram, Mr. President Harri- represents tho KeDubllcauism on- - be la Consuiupliun. Four doctor gav x.ouisvllla and Memphis, and the testis d tbe expenditure of millions to so densely Ignorant as to think m up, saying I could liv but a short quickest service between th two tie make good to Federal soldiers the son worked for its passage: and posed by the Democrutio nlatform. all this tronbio came about be- Hat. I sravs mysslf np lo my Saviour, vsro fleraa. anu nr. uioveianu is the boat rep difference in value of tbe green- tbe Lower House ef Congress If I could not stay with my Por lowest rales, tlm lab backs in wbleb they were paid when Republican, passed it by a resentative of the Joffersonlau cause these worklngmen bad their detroind earth, I would meet my absent dtslnd Inforuntioa npplv to Us, ail all friends en principles it eunnciatos. wages increased! My husband wa edvlssd to cos above. nd gold at that time. This plank FRITZ HEr.LNI.lt A el The lines of contest are clearly get Or. King's New Discovery for Con is offensive in the South. Per- strict party vote; and yet you find N.O.ast. L. B. R., HlekmaiKy some Republicans In the South. drawn for popular deoislou. Yon can get a Suit or Clothes sumption. Coughs and Colds. I gav It n ur w. f. n uimziiU, Agent, haps the organs or the Northwest from W.00 to 815.00. former nrloa trial, took, in all, sight bottles; it has . . . H. V.CoRIst.finn. are suppressing some other plank who protend to say that tbe RePresident Harrisou has order- 88.00 to 820.00. They mast be cured oa, and thank God I am nuw well OrJ. L.PIIBLAN. A..i. that dote sot take well iu their publican party woald not pass a ed soldiers to tho soeno o( and hearty woman." Trial bottl free at N. N. M. V. Co., Padoeeb Julon. the sold, rtnd will be sold at Mm low 0. A. Iloloombe' dri'r store, regular sUo locality. Or W. II. pnOUTY, Qsn'l Pass.fgt. Force bill if thty bad the power t liiiulug troubles in Idaho. II. 0. Amdkko. cat. 60s and $1.00. Loulivl K Wht to Buy ? Jl HERTWECK. aUMUs-AUTVajta- BMJZER a a CO., I i 1 e - iwv'WS a Fifty-Thir- de-I- rt HICKMAN WAGON, IIICIOrATSr. KENTUCKY. ,,,,, tlli.l, 1 rm or s HB ICKMA1T :MaHJIM:im..ejl ir-F- HIOIMAN, KENTUCKY. 8ANE9 . law-abidin- I'nitl Up Capital $40,0410.00. r a P-- 'i rra - I 1 cindi-dal- ', 'tu P" ' )'' '" " 'T" '" DIRECTOR 1 rrrlort, i.. .- i. ll, TWICS-A-WSR T. T. SW1YNB Im-i- Family Grocoriei. Aiul Doaler .awawawawawal1 I f 1 d jl. p. bIvEi 1 tfc,.?Tt - - .....t..t.i rRESCuimoisB Etta Bsa 'WHrn -- "?. Bt re n tbi r e rt-ll- rl ""llt tnaj-LVB- I ala-h- "" Vfoua-lal- I JEggSSHiMftft RAMAGE. - 1 pa laaitst-epe- s regu-nla- Roofine: JSjpooiealty FAIR WAlIIIi ! nersons indohtcd the lute MUSE &SHAW, or the note or account, previous -- of -- - - new-fangle- the force-billis- year arc respectfully tified to conic forward and settle, or the claims will the hands of placed an officer for collection. 3VX. Msu-pi- n, IB. SHAW. Job b. lsS!llr-sellhtril- 4:v I Bre-vr- d, work-ingmen- 's Courier 0 ffiCQ or-pba- ivnuausiE vm Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared to execute Job Work with neatness and despatch. Irst-elas- s blab-mouthe- bloody-hande- d trans-portatio- n Bill Heads, Kivtr-vie- Letter Heads, ;':? " "rsi-elss- s Note Heads, tsrtnl-nats- bls Statements, Envelopes, Ball Tickets, w-- Business Cards. Wo Guarnntee Satisfaction. f i -- S!WaaT Jt ai- 4 t a . I m i'Trmnmi m .aiMIIfglW2javsMUv .awaBSiScjwWJjBaawawB-B- SBBHiii? tfaKaTJtlWf Iffy ManiiU j H u (igxi-iWggjv iinggSBdUsajBmnxM UlfflJ' BwHBlBmwKHEMmmWBnMBHIm l ' " M i F . . . l H1 r-- r $fjl FGimtBii"JtiiiL"-''TWr- "r - ,. M HIT" inn "iT ! .i IP r ' I JSS' "' VJ - ''' "..iiajsjsj sea.'"' p,jpWpBpWPpW1WP'WIPI ,tJf .,.,..,, -j- r. " ' j" '';. . . "t '' J iV WW .;'!."''?1..Tw' .M')t. ,Awj. . i. . 'TJ ' V ty'raetratvrjsrmrMMtsKtaiaTtmfrrw TH - .atvaw, . V. HII,LMI1 miiiim mmni mwwawMWtntiii rlolfl OH hr ihj. ciramery ciiterpiiHffion their (Irst beliiidiiK in coriiiiiiiiiltiefl not Owe1' foi dairy fartnliifr, mid wlioro few, If any, farmers fully the profits mid uilvniitngos tliercfroin. If our runner) shall ever see mid know that tlnttnr pays him InrRcly inoro than niiiH In MenV mid Hoys Bliocs else Into which ho can turn WE CLAIM ever offered In Mickuinn. tho products of his Inbor and II. U. A.MIIKKO. That m i.tu cell you Hoods lands, then Ids self Interests brlnga elirimrr (lllill my tidier Iioumj Minn Llcrle (lonlder, formerly that supply of milk to the cream-crti.t.--e Wu ill town. uiir claim of thla place, but now of Atchithat makes tho manufacture son, Knmaa, Kurprlned her many Oil tlll'nU frlriulH with a miort visit on Mon- of butler very profitable. day last. MUs Mczln wrh gludly Is It prolltablo to the farmer to PACTS : weleonied to her old home. ell his milk to the creameries. Tlml ours i the only exclusTho N. N. & M. V. Railroad nml make butter bis chief nroiluctf ively Cuili Store in lliukinuu. will aell round trip tickets oni Iu the ab.enoo or snfflolont homo Jaro to tho National (Irand Camp1 That nny liouo ilninir a "P"lc"co this qnrsliou can be Iv cash hiMiii'nt oaii well afford of U. H. F. and K. or F., at Louisre- - best answered by tho experience vlllo on July l'uiid to mm ffiHKln nt a lower inar- turn to the 'i'7th. The session Is of fanners in creamery districts, (111 of lllllt tllltll tllli1C.llOUM.-r- i from the lUlu to the 23d. in (l0 Ulitioln, Indiana, nr.d which do u credit huiiie.s. To close out my stock of j Iowa butter districts, tho farmers Carpets, I will sell nt.prlces lower claim that the average product WE CARRY tuati ever before oerore. , per cow Is Wl a year, nud that tho II. O. AMRKRO. The liont Mock in town. Show yearly expense for tho ontiro keep Klder W. II. Kvana has just of each cow is from fcJO to $32. the largest assortment. Show evervthine new. Mnvc mark closed a (eu days' tent meeting Thus giving him 50 profit on each ed all kxmxU in pluin figured (last Sunday night) at New Msilrld, Mo. He baptized twenty Inputs, cow. They claim that two acres on a cash basis. otlieia of land is equal to tho support of and added seventy-seveto Hie church. His Roelfoot Lake ouo cow, and Hint on this basis Is now In progress PLEASE EXAMINE and will continue until the end or their land pays them $2.') an acre, mid the laud being made better Our Stock and I'ricca. Wo the aaotitb. will quickly convince you of last week pub. each j ear. What else will pay The the truth or oiii nrwertion. Ilahed a Courikr of a meeting or this much, or anything like ill notice Note a few priw't: Hut these fanners do not claim stook subscribers to the Ilicknmu Creamery for last Saturday, which that their cown paid them au avCotton Check and l'laids, lc. Illiie ami White Cotlonndc, J.Jjcj occasioned some disappointment erage of 184 when they first corn- to some few who ilesireu to at worth 'iOi. uecause Hejvy Cheviot Shining, I'f, sold tend. This publication was iande,"",ceu "a"y larming, and now by agreement, and the Coukiku they began with scrubs where ul l&o. everv huve fine graded cows, and are Splendid llrouu Domestic, yard- - was not at fault. If j no like good Coffer, buy better anangi-- for feeding, wide, oc; worth 0c. .1 lbs for l 00 'ngt &c. And neither can tho Ful-n- l CariK't Warn, in all color, 20e A. MoDaniki.8. ton county fanner expect an 84 "Fruit of looni" IMeachetl Domes- tie, Hv, worth 1(V Mr. WilUrd Hland, who re.averugo, only iu exceptional graduated .at Hrjant & , IVpiH'iell 10-- 1 lllcitliiil and llrowu wh d d to Sheeting, 'Jle, old everywhere iStratton'a business college, LoiiIh- lnuc,lcr"' vllle, Ky., and who has been home, at '.'Oiiinl '27 Iv Hut, say our fanners commonco a IJleached Domestic Co; on ii vlf.il for the limit mouth, re turned to l,iiilrtiilo Saturday to with rows that averngoouognllon worth So. accept n position on stenographer mill milking, or two Tow-el- f, Kxtru-larliimvy, with the kqulublo Lire Insurance , 0OW8 a ,mf 26e; wortli l'n 0B ,, Company. ViMm, 10c. that give leas are not fit lor tho Iaditi and i' Car leforo insuring your life,i,ii, m... i. Men's Summer Undershirt. 2oo. 8 ponnda day. 11. Bluhon and get hisi f" Turkey Kvl Table Linen, a&u'ts; see E. ou the now Distribution uud nt one cent a pound is 20 rates worth JJoo. Policies now offered by the "Old cents, and if out or SC5 days in a I'm, lht Hr.iM 10e. 5c, Mild ever- - Mutual." In event or death, 'jcar the cow will jlold this 300 where- at the expiration of twenl) days, she gives a .yearly product IltM XihhIIu-- , 6c; swld every wlun jiHio, uii iiuiiiiuuin rcwirui'u u (10iiiii1m Noiiu i?iiu The irpihrr witii iiin r,i..n ruin nl-- iii 0l at 1(V. 'expense ot her keep being 830, UJ lice Curtain, $1.00 jwr pair: pollfj. cheap nt $ l.M). ClHwpomnetf 7oo --Tho election for Citv Marshal ;,,,, iCar'" Pfit is $30; and count-vil- l 20o. Curtain Pole, occur iu Augu-- t us heretofore.' '"B two ncros of l,u"1 to a cow ,l luv Curtains, 10c jryard, worth Thu new ('oiiMiiutioti proiides1 menus 13 per ncre a year, U() cent. that all lly and totrn oNcers, Aro theso llgurca not reaBon- India l'louneinjr. lOinulit's wide, aliall lie cleeted an provided In the.1il..i Will not the cows In this ftliiirl.ii- .f .i..l. ...,u...l.... ........ 3n; olioap at uvj. Unit am kept for milkers or city until the general eleelionf 1U' Waipt. .KV. In N ember. 18!K), nt which time equal this average! Do not our l'.u'sh' Suit, ift. farmers know that null special Ami tlioiimimlfc f artii les jtit a the terms of nil such oflicers shall ,.cure nnd an iuiproed grado of low, hut (hi niimeroiw to inunliim. oxplrc. ,. .cows that they can increase ou r. t New CSoimIi niinn in all lli time hl,iron this average! The dairy former ,, ,!''',l,,,w l.on,i .t.. " Kingman, is Mlr,lt1"11 contends ihr.t tho snmn amount of visiting fec, a(, Mrs. in, wiM ntl(, , , hem at their home near Hicknmn. bet,f w ,nnke ft iu medicine Ho has had ,, of buttCr. sell co. under the n training phys clnns, Uie beef nt frolll nnd that von and tcry best a 10 4 cenu, above the average uf his nge, llj0 t,mu.r from 20 to 40 eents. If and will probably locate iu Hlek-- i ,,,, a ,rue tho l)Ulloritl tell tl,08 mm, wo hope, for many, many u 1h ,ruo 0 n(J(jl ,,,,,,1,,. 1.0 CAT, J1" that the farmer with n luruo Hum- OH HI Mil uveraco Mr I keep Hip iivm brands of. llttl' Ton tuuuli rslu for tho farm- Flour, Sugar, Coffee, and nil kiudHU8H Ol COWS Will expense than the farmer w It ta CIS. of Funny Oroceiics, and sell s.Woor three, but this may bo to lllekinan buyers uro paying low as the lowest. some extent obviated by sevoral II. C. Amiibku. il.'u for good wlient. small farmers on the samo road and neighborhood clubbing toThe Rev. Oo. Inge, the Mr. mid Mrs. .1. W Cowgill evangelist, gether nud thus carrying their Methodist are at Dawson Spriug. u lent meeting in milk daily to the creamery. Theso iT lirink "Saito" Hleuded Tea, commenced Hickman, Tuesday night. Tho at- Tauts our farmers, huge nud small, A. MoDaniki.. for sale by tendance thelliMt night was not should investiguto and think or. The butter factories are usually Mr. It. T. Tyler leuves Hunday law. but he delivered a powerful for a sojourn at Hurricane Springs sermon, and considerable luterest joint stock companies, owned and It with his sou. was aroused. Mr. Inge is a beau- oporuted by tho farmers. exclu-is better that they should bo should either go up or tiful speaker, has a clear, rich sively owned by tho farmers, to Wheal llonrgo down. Wheat at (3.1 cents voice, and hU declamation mid de- tho cud that nil conflict or intermid Hour nt from to fOM per livery is almost faultless; but the est between the manufacturer nnd power of his speech rests mainly barrel don't harmoiiizw. upon tho conviction f his thor- tho producer can better be harThe factory usually I offer my stock or Dress ough earnestness and honesty. monized. Goods at aslouishiugly low prices. Viewed ns a sensationalist, he is charges cents pound for man7:8-tII. C. Amiikko. disappointing, iu Iho fact that his ufacturing and selling tho butter, the milk men get all over Tlie mercliaiita or Hickman discourses are scholarly, chaste, mid that the butter sells for. It eloquent and earnest, nud, so fur, cents have signed au ngrefiuent toclnse requires only three persons to hubtuesH at 7 o'clock p. ut., uutil frco from extravagant assertions operate a factory a butter-makeor noor slang, used 'or tho sako Sept. lit, except Saturdays. An expetoriety. We belinve him to be a a clerk, and n holpor. Indispensis regarded with good,' earnest nnd ablo mnn. He rienced butter-make&?r The CASH is greatest rcHpcct by ItAl.TKH & will remain in Hickman for from able, mid is usually paid from 930 Sit.w. They will gio as good ouo to two weeks, and will hold to ilo n mouth; the clerk is usualvalue for it us 11113 body. Paste day and night service lti the tab- ly paid from &10 to $&), and weighs 0:27 tho milk and keeps the accounts this in our hall ernacle. facbetween - Tho best and cheapest Hats tory; and the farmers and the bo Tho first new wheat sold on heuce ho needs to the SL Louis market (his your you evor saw, In Wool, fur and ouo iu whose honesty and polite was shipped from Fulton county, Straw goods, at manners the farmor has oonfldeiieo Kentucky, uud brought 82 cunts a II. O. AKREno's. 7:8 4w so that a child or ignorant colorbushel. Tho raco troubles at I'aducnh ed help can bo sure of correct Mrs. W. C. Johnson nud little has about quieted down, but It is weights, one that can write legibly, daughter, Hazel, returned home said that a feverish stuto of mind knows the tables of addition, mulThursday alter u very pleasant exist that is liable to burst forth tiplication and division, and can trip to Dawson Springs, both im- at any minute, and if nnco more awing 100 pound milk cans from fi proved in lioulth. started the slaughter will be fear- o'clock iu the morning to 12o'ulock or "Arbitrator" ful. The trouble was caused by noon; and the holpor Is nn assistTry a barrel in all uud Burgess, arrested ant to the butter-make. m negro, Tom tho best Flour iu Hickman, at and tailed for robbery. Tho lie- - everything, and is usually paid A. MOWANIKIH. thought aomo white folks from $15 to $25 a month. New -- Missos Mar i o Itovard, a nro very apt to have from iohI1 to take himsevoialthe Jail factories highest salaries, and ntto nun ijvuin iiouiiiiu ion uu muiiu.j and lynch him. and A hund pay tho to visit Miss Nettio Forry. Tliey rod rallied with guns urouud the time when thoy aro least ablo. unticipnto a lino tlmn fishing, and jail. Tho Mayor tried to disperse The expense of operating a factowent well cquippod for the bpoit. 'them and called out the police ami ry is approximately as much whon nsr- Too much CLOTH I NO on a militia company. The negroes running irregularly and with n half blind. Wo will cut priced to push fired upon them, killing ouo whito supply or milk us ou tun time, ic. miIoh. us our Summer Suits mint mini, lClmer ud wards, mid a luny, Ilenco tho wisdom of securing us Mrs. Mat Husbands, who was sit- - large n nupply of milk to bogln not bo curried over. !. in Jt.u.TZUli & Hiiaw. fi:27 liiii' tti liAK ftttttt uuuni'i m.m uimim.i with as possible. unit lltriSt nun iltimla Tho witiioH ruiniiicu mi' fire, l Tlio actual uusiiiosB tnnnago- ItiiiMf llnnu' In tlionlnco tocot0"' wore womi.l- - moiit of the utor.vls in tho bauds B0V"'l m Ksnn?, dnaTfalfllmff b.- -It . wonderful that it "top. of a Hoard of Dlrootora. Tho a ,,or ,,ut u Tl0 Myor butter, except IH small trndo to UBUllllV BOIll I, 11(11110 ClOCOIB. Tho Illinois Stato iiuthoritios mxm proolaumtion tr.iriiin nio ' preparing for tho wholesulo1 people tostny in doors lifter night,' bulk, ouo firm frequently tukiug ' j tiio statu guard patrols uio mo uuiuo nunuv uj u jhui, vaceiuaiioti 01 ner poojno, j treasurer Is usually the chief llimu- lug that tho signs of tlio times in- - town. dleato the upptoauh of n HinallIt develops that tho real objeoi, mm ouioer. iuo cremi cry pays pox cpidomic. of thonruied uogrooa was to ly nch tlio rarmor tor ins milk onoe a product of the it whito prisouer, J. K. Handle, who month, and all tho rt&" You can jjnt tho beRt Chililrniift' rnnmitiy killed a negro, without factory is sold to moot theso of UtM and cause. Tlio nogroes WUIltOU io itiwimiij pui iiuiuiiiiin. aiioos nml tillppern In town, ut Hero is a brief stntoiuoiit of hang Raudte. H. C AMtir.ua, 7:0. wl Thn i Ivor nt thin point linn Iieen lining rapidly for nrvcral (Iiivh, hut thnro ncetiM to ln no iluuer of nu nveillcw, 'J ho up per rivcra arc all fulling. Thn IndleH or tho lluptiet Church nt Woodland Mills, Teiiu., will lvo nu loe Cream liupper ThuinOiiy nllit,i!Hlli hint., for Ilia litMiellt of tho church. Kvurjlioily invited to conie. ix.y I'uro Applo Vlnrcnr. four A. Mol)ANii:t.'H. jeiiM old, nt Mr. Hen l'. ItiM'kliuin.of ITnloii t!it, uud MIrh AiihlnTaniH,of tlil county, woro iniirrlpil nt thu liome of tho liriilc'rt futliei', Mr. .leHflO Tiiiiih, near Hickiiiiiu.ouTliuiaday iiiu i mi iimi. .iu euros. tnr" I ofTer hoiiic of the btHt linr -- THE HUMAN OiKUlSRY umwxwi'iirMiMiPiMH facts iibtKit ireiiuii'iieii. Our farm ii a nan read, think uud lest thuir n Is it to I ho Farmer? truth nml uccuiucy. It la now fixed fact Hint a butter uud cheese Is to bo erected ut HickTlio now butter factory at factory man, uud will be iu operation by Dan! well has been operated bo September. Iu our tho first far nt n loan to the Htocklioldem. opinion it of nffords our fanners the aolely on account of tho short opportunity to make more money milk supply. Ho nujb tho Stnr. ou less Inbor and capital than any Tho experlnnco nt Uimlwcll, In thing else. Wo bollcve that the probably, tho hiiiiio as ntlunds nil fanner needs only to thoroughly Ptiwffi-wjurijirc-pnn- apmw " iffLSw,aw.ss. s"Lai;.irj.iiiiii TO THE PUBLIC; ! I dc-ire Statement of the Hickman of At Hie Cloae of Baixfct parhhio". Ai mmm .vatiomi bakk,. 1 Hickman, Ky, under-Hluii- d investigate to know tho truth, and hciico tho Cot'rtli'.it dovotcn this much spneo to iuilueo them to think of it, uud If convenient to commence now to get his cows ready by tho 1st or Boptomber nud givo it n trial. Cninnieuco with fire or ten cows and ndd as you aro able and find it profitable. COUNCIL I'ROOHEDINGS. Hickman, Uv., Counoll met In regular CiMincltnifii latrr, SaniUri, Drown nml Mfllitny any-thiii- (Ion. Jul; 11, ISM. y Trrptnt Heriweck, cUlr. The The Mnor being Uesl, nn motion, Councilman Hcrlneck cllfl to the were reJ, utnulee efllie approved (X.1IUT Unl ml liiiet AllJUVKtl. rntir meillns wi-r- . - I The following mccoiiiiIh wrre prrirnleJ Prop'rl npprofrJ, which, nn mm inn, allnwnl, nuJchfclci orJere.l lnueil fur the aniuuuli: hi reft rijr roll, week rod June 18, f.m 00 i i ii " 'l 'id M ii ii ii ii July '2, 35 00 n II II II II .1 Q 55 05 :io 25 & P. M Klog. for tiuHJIng tool home camp-meetlu- and tmouiere, F. M King, (or building tlcpi to cemetery boue. fleo. Jehneon, pollffnun, fir making arreme and killing 7 'tojrv, R. II, Kirk, balance on lamber, 0, L Carpenter, dieting prl.onert, II. A Farrle, for ,1) doi dog collar", o A W. Llndiay, hl conirnlilon One nlnoe last wtlltinrnl, to M in fit I1 A. W Unit J, and return, J. K Hobblne, fre for legal aielce aid iratrllug expeoMi, 00 12 50 1 75 4 30 a 60 16 20 eni- 6 30 51 80 W keep-Africa- n Tea-Hern- ', I patronage of that public Kail read Time Table. prenld,l c" tt ,"a88, irriipniiwlv 8100(1 bv In lie ellj for wllnea fr. for court In Ike jrear IKQI. The accounla not us tor me past .iu years. n., c. sTaTh. r. r. being approted hy Hie MnanceConimltlee uccnunts of the All LKlVHi AtllllVIM. were, on motion, laid upon the lahle. firm of J. AMRKito'H Soxs must bo Trulo No. Sri, liirt r i Truln No, 81, Mu r. M. iriu no, si, 'v r. Trim :ti. ivi, TaKttcira'i HEroiT Mttled, nud I ask all who owe said This rod make close conurctinn with Tbe Cily Tieaurer prtitntcd lila report firm to come la promptly and make Ihe L. & N. al McKeuiio going north, and balfor the innnlk cf June, nbowing with the N. N. & M. V. at Paducah Junc ance in tieiuur) in crclll of Oeutral mticmont. tion going north and the Newbern accoui- lul JOVI J8t. Fund arcunt June Very Keepcct fully, mo'lallon going fouth. The report wai receiiad and ordered II. C. AMHEUG. filed. Hcrvlcen or I lie KpUriiMl t'liurcb. irtcuL iMLiriMAa ArroixrcD. Acconnte of .Nnonan, for 00 each, were allen-Une- Joe Thmnpeoo and John I lliioliip-- . July I, Ml'j. to inform my customers iiEsouncw. and the public, that I ,avo bought 63,603 Ofl I.saoi uti'l illieoiiDbi, tho interest of my deceased broth- Ural folate, Furoilure nd FIi. 3,000 00 7,100.00 er in the limine of .1. Amiikiki's Kxpcni, H (U lltii. frmii nllifr !t.in1fi 13.UC3 63 Sonhi cniuMing of Dry flood II 700 SO Caili ou linriJ, Clothing, liroceriet, and will 16,213 2 Total, continue the buiiie.vj at tlui old LIAtltLITIKS. hland CnpPal 'lock paid up, 40 000 00 I hud that the stock is too irgC.Surplin, 3,000.00 V l ir..n.i.i..i n.Ki. 2.120 OU in each line, and um determined to V ,.,l I'lVl.., No, 3, 00 redme it, uud, iu order to do thi, niridend tmnke,pny on demand, 2,000 74173 tue other 07,051.4.5 I will fell anything in the Dry loJIrtJuat Depoetit, Goodjoml Gents Furnishing rooms ToUl, 115 213 25 W. 0. JOHNSON, Ca.hler. at le. price tlinn ever sold before. Butitcrlhed And ill old goods will be sold at July let, 18U2.and eworn to before me tbls cool, and some far below cost. So K T. TYLKR, Nolarjr riiblle. Correct Alien you can buy for CASH more goods C. II. BALTZER, now than ever before. K. II. UREVAHU, J. IV. COWOILU I tlunk my friends and customers fur past favors, and nliall try to Hnrklru'n Ariilrn mtlve. world for CnU, Tiik liur Hai.vc in merit a continuance of the same by UtiiIms, NireK, Ulcern, the Hheuiu. I'evtr Salt !io' Tetter, ChapeJ linmle, Ohllbhlnt, ulwujs buying the best gools and Corna, and all Bk in Eruption, and toi- 111 them US low as any house iJTelycurel,ilei.,orno pay required. It can tltonl to sell, ion will re- - laguiranleed lO K1TV p1rfect Mtlfactlon meinler that the present stock will or money rel(unded. t'r ie 25 cenU It I box. For Hale by C. A. Ilolcombe, Drug- be ycatly sacrificed, and in order pi it to some of the many bargains (hod Looks. I ijiw offer for CASH, you would do, ell to come and make Good look are more than aVin deep, it is too late. depending upon a heallly coodition of all The same roll of clerks .las. E. tbe vital organs If Ihe Liver be inactive, Fiiqua, 11. L. Bradley and J. II. you hare Billoim Look, If your rlomach you have a Uytpeptie Iook, Millet, with tho addition of Mr. be disordered If your Kidney lie affected you have a Sam Kirk patrick will be contin- Pinched Look. Secure good health and ued, who are ever ready to receive you will have good look. Electric Hitler lathe great alterative and Tonic acla direcand wait upon customers. tly on Iheee vital organ. Cure l'lmplea, I shall strive, in nil respects, to Utolchei, Colli and givea a good com. hold the house up to its former pleiion. Sold at C. A. Uoleuobc'i 60c per bottle. standard, ami trust to merit the 1 A-1 .,-' I CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. If. UUCHANAK. J. 331liBOTOBS. j ; JfcC DdNlilllANT, I! r. K. CASK, Judge I. I ItAKli 'I.k, al; xandi:i:. J . A. IIKAbLliP, Jr. . TUOHl'MW 0 3?3TIC"E3I,S: II. nUCllANAX. rrealdfiii , J J J .N. C. tONht PANT ' HEAUI Mi, Jr , Asuittanl P.. I.. Ualner A McDaxiiel (Successor to POWKLL c; jk: ac Having bouglit the Grocery Stock of Powell & l!ro., will continue the old stand, nnd announces to tlio pubbusiness at that lic that be is making Inrgo additions to tlio stock, and will keep ut) uud etciythiu iu the well-know- n aw. 1JI10.,) JTaC TIT. QSSSTESAXd Line. GEROOEIinr E. Farther IsHCsi-aarac-lf- aniioniieenieiit new t. through tho Courier will be mode as goods urrivo jt rc The Arnold Automatic Steam Cooker It uevar bolls over' m'oawA'S voa KAUK.UV. V.. ft No aleam or odor ran escape into Ihe room Food cannot scorch. 8 earns up In 3 p. if. I1ICKMAX, mi t. r KENTUCKr. minute. Call ami se It. It's just Ihe thing yon Drug-mor- e, All Ihe nutriment, riebneM and flavor uf Ihe food in retained. wa, t VW1 i , , Needs no watching. Aud you ought I) have It t out-standi- I 11 m m THE OLD RELIABLE. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Denier tii DBUGS,HEDICIKES, PAINTS AHD -- - Yard-witt- e, all-Lin- Mi-i-- ;,, i. iqMrlll, ., ', In view of the fact of a rtdigloue wetting iooo to commence In the ciljr, and U be held io a lent in Wtt llietman, the Council Inetraetpl the Mayor pro tern to appoint Mr rl. Vrevland iprcial pa the continuation of eatd meet log; whereupon the M4or p'o lent appointed Jlr. Vrecland iprcitl pollccmnn, empowering bim wllb nil authority vetted In other polleemen of the eltjr. Mr. Vree land being present, the oelji of o!b:e km duly aJiniuutcred to him by W L. circuit court clerk. 1 A Card. fJilar Courirr. Allow me to aeknowlsdge. with proper appreciation aod compliment to tbe mem-of Kentucky Loige, No. 810, Knight o' Honor, the prompt payment of the l.'OOO policy on the life of my latr bus. tind, Eroert llnrixr. The Knighta o( Honor la a grand and noble institution md 1. with thousands of wldtiw iml ir pliana throoghout this broad land, inyS ray. mede of praise an J gratitude 14 nJl l this noble brotherhood IOtH HASrtK. every 1st and 3rd Sunday at and 7:30 p oi Kvery Friday night at 7 o'clock arrvloe nnd lecture. Oto. S. Firztluoii, Rector. Service 10:HO a. m., DYMDFFS, Servleea every Lord's day Preaching every 2nd and 4th Lord's day in each month, KUer J. II. Itoulhac, pastor. Sunday School every dunday, J. W. Murrlx, Sup'l. All are cordially invited to attend theiie aervlcee. rhrleilnn rimrrli. HICKMAN, KY. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. MAKMMI, eaTTLIMtNT. i lie-for- o - 5-- ! The chairman of the Kioaact Commit-It- e pretentnl the moulhlj aetilement with Ihe City Martha), ihowlng amount due iheclly for tuoiilh cf June, f4S0On motion, teitlemeiit wan reoMveJ and ordered illtil On mutlou the Council aJjourocl. Alleal, - Look If yut want Pinter. If ii.ii wmit KtiVi?iali-f- atThis I ( LOOKTTTHESrPaiCESI Hest Dress Oinghains 7c. lies I Calicoes 6c. llest Tublo Oil Cloth ISc. Urowu Domestic Beautiful Clmllios, ftc. Heavy Sliirtinu 8 1.3c. Aro niuoiij the many drives Yurd-wido 09 a o c o O . 1 w fcO fc If If )i.u wnnt Mill itrH.U, W I Mi.UTCnEX, C. C. - "1.r 1 ir;n0 J siirrii. mm i ,,,, rr NEWS. li W .'1 11 .'1 r, r A The rfuhr moot lily minting of llif llii'lmitn lliillditig itnd Lo.in UALTZUU&. Sit.vw. by All ooriim ThurlBy iiiitht, 2Ut IiirU dun n I Inlrrroi mint he paid by 2 p. m J 0 Ibuc, a drui;fit al Dunmore I'i , New Advertisement's. oo lliitt diy, or fine., follow A full athe Iim never sold a medicine that m tendance of the tocUiolilcra In rnjiici-leeucb uulverstl etIifNcthnt a Cham-- h The mining will be held at court home, ilons Cilic, Cholera and War i hot llsmcdy, acd that tlio large drrasnd for It IIIIE AN.II.Ill IMOI'NTKY. has teen a great surprise to biui. It In Taken up a a alray, by M. I) JoLnon, sold brrc by C. A. llolcorabe. Kama Citt, Mo., July 8, 1S92. of Ciyce, Ky., living 1 mile eoiilli-wfi.- 1 fliihr Ctritr: one sorrel, or ligbi buy, MULC, long mime Vcr Don't foi'ict that I keep tho and tall, 4yearaold, H handhigh, atriog U'r Sir: Hy rriiel, I repeelfnlly call your attention to Ihe queiiloo of can nicebt and latest stylos of Neck-weahalteJ in both hind legu, and appraised at ning fruit nnd vegetabtee, whlub .Madrass Shirts, Suspenders, Fifty Dollars. among ihe mot popular uf American and half hose, all cut iu price. Given under my hand this Julv 8, lf) 2. I.eea than twenty yean IIKNKV UAVI8, J. i. F. C. manutartorlei. II. 0. Amiikuo. ago eauueil good were a novelty. Now A copy atlest, W. l TAVLOR, C. F. 0. C. Ihry are aold In all pari of Ihe world. -- Col. II. Clay Kinj, who killed The drraiind U lacrc4lng faster than Ihe nupply. I am told Iho country around a brother lawyer, Col. Postou, in Hickman la ad pud to the growth of fruit Memphis, last soar, is to bo hung On Saturday, July 2)rd, 180J, I will ell and tegelahlae. A fanning plant wllb a nu August 12th, tho Tennessee at I'ulilio Auellcn, to the highest bidder. capacity of uing all ihe vegetable and j having refused to l nn nr.Mltt nt i w.v months, without In. fruil that may be for m!le around Supremo Court A ' n. the o'ty, employ all, hoth old and younr. ci am a new mm, nun nilirniing teresl, Six Head of Homes and Mules male nnd frmate, rendering the bora and the U'rdlct of tho lower court Sale at my home, 1 mile ee! of Cayee, 10 o'clook, by.blddtrs. Ky.. glrla o.ertrn year of age Kin.in the civil war, was in com-innn- Stock ntput up must a.be m. No Satisfactory sold. lux. would da much for the prosperity of nt a battalliou of Kentucky security required. Ihe plaro. W. T. NOON AN. Tbe l'lummcr Manufaclurlng Comany, cavalry, aud was n gallant and 10(17 tfL Louis, aud Kanaka City, Mo brave officer. Heforo the war he mauufaclurra canning plants oomplaie, lived iu Pnduoah. Unless crazy, aetntham up, aela them running, and fur. he deserves his fate for the crimo Parlies Indebted to me, either by note nlsliea a process whote work ia guaran- committed. or aeeounl, are requested Io come forward teed to he eiiual to any on the market. at onre and settle, or their olalma will be The balance la local help, mostly women I placed In Ihe bands of an officer for eoN aod girl. It Iim beao leattd many lime lection. Come at once and thereby rave and proved aalinfactory. The lMumuxr The tnorciloss cuts all along tho cost. I mean what I nay. Company pays the Irrigbl, hotel bills, line at Ualtzkk & SnAw'soro atJOHN VT1TT1NO. railroad (are, So., and acta up the plant tracting attention from everybody e complete, having the lalrat improved machinery, for leas money than the interested in LOW PRICES. machinery can lie bought, of the aaiue capacity, iu Ihe I'nlled Stales. It is said that moro than one Said Company wae for many years on men are now at work on the Pacific coast. Whin I was iu tias Jose, thousand HIOKIVIAN, KY. Cal , in I87(S, lliay hd no cannery. Now thouinniniotu Manufactures buildtbatolt; works tan thousand people In tbe ing Tor the World's Fair. Tbe Shop In I.aclcde block. Imported foods, canning business, aait this country belie force was recently doubled by or s Trimmings, artialie Culling, aupport Ibeaa. The aaoat proeperous Mo- der of tbe Exposition authorities, workmen, Sallnfaction guar tions of country in Ihe world aro idoae who oonoluded that tbe contractor U2 nteed. making (lie growing of fruit and vegecia!iy. Land in lhoe sections was not making as rapid progress tables a Tho authorities Increaao In value until I hey are worth as as desirable. enormous sums. are determined that all of the We put la a plant at Fort 8mith, Alk., buildings shall be completed In J I A. in 1887, audit has irow to 60,000 oan a tiiuo for dedication in October, day. One in Van Iturrn, put up io icr turneil out 61,000 canen, of2doten aud the publio may bo assured eacli, of sirawbrrries In one week. Wc Oil tills will be done. The total have Jut liuisli'd one In Utile Hock, Ark number of workmen at Jackson ForenlCily and liarrisburg, and Paragould Park now exceeds 7,000. It will lCoolM tlio Jlont aud Maldeu will soon have one. probably bo increased to 10,000 AMNdi'lnielll' of If your people would like to talk about or more. enlerprlno, I will go there and ranks tbe tlinn a proposition that cannot fail ' I suit then. Kespenlfully, X. 8 MO Hits, (en'l Agent. ltu To sell LOW, we must buy for Plummer Manufacturing Company. d ir. itT&TL. a. lc jriiU ant MiatfliifHt, If JU W4t.t Isffttr M!( If )u Maut Not. Utm4t If yuii vTAiit 0rtl, If Jaji MHtlt UItlnK OniiN, ti wtiir Uttt luiitHtUmai. If tr W!" !T3 W Sa W lltilti o 1 It 1 fn, If j.'n wi't 002 pniNTINO of m,r tri'Uuu, Jtic Iu nnit itUfarlurv niiinnT, ru Imi juHr wauli 4MRf I y calling nt lh fa yMi witiit f "tt V4iit Miff iiifx 1 lltuliiwaj ClrcuUr-'- c, a CJ J .Ir. )nu Courier Job Office. STRAyNQTI03s7 a a o q oo CO -- J ef( a a o o imMMk lC a llttwWLMaW CO! LEGE rHie Q OG r, bi BETHEL Osna suaatr u Sfroot fA.allr ricsst bulMinff Il.fiiiMl Lliiutiia Uitao. bpl'nJI . . matin II.PUIKMI. aiw Inrln l. mu.ic MT. T. MM I'M I.N McVAI.U M. A., l'tmlilrnl. IKH'KINHVII.L KT. KMM .t rrr f THHIMMf.il. OTTOl n. STOCK SALE! T ra.J ...... FURNITURE. DEAL12KM FaRNITURE. IS rt tl STEPHENS & TYLER, 7.1-2- Take Notice! Startlingi' Startling Fomitflre mi SJiMlcrtaker'sGoods, if can-nin- MAURUS EBERLE, Mroh.aw3.t Tailor, We are ofertBf all rr)'t ot Plain, Medium am! Kino rarnltnre tt ffMi rrrtnrei prices. VT eirry a fuU line a all tlufiol Clialra. Rockorn, Tnhlos, Btiroaua. Waahatands), t Wardrobes ChamUor Sots, Mnttrosaob, Springs, Eto . ana we guaraaiM prices to be the loneit. Hive u a trial anu bo mnvlnreil. far"tTa ar hasMlquuters on Undertaker' Oaods ail dlsfount all vompeliUoa U tkat lta. We sarry a Urt !.r ol Woolen nn I Mttal.lo Uurul Cases. asT"ira4rlaii an J Jib Work a lo.'iljlu. first-clas- flrat-ela- IU nu HICKMAN, KY. Don't You Forget T T It! Young & Bro,, UEALEHS IN Me Wittiis I Centrally located. Convenient to Uiver Landing. Ilusses Call Uegnlailj:. Kvery Atten tion ivon to uoiiiiori or Guests. D. 15. Staple and Fancy HltYANT, Frop'r. r J r & iKiigi" - in-- 1 t lttodl' ,,,, 111 i 111 ni'i-nu- - i lv J Found fcc J HICKMAN, KFNTUOKY To do that WH MUST IT Tt AVI.'1. HOMPV Ua nn..M M.wl. Cllntou St., 1st Door Cist o Laclede Uotsl, Tub Olilcago News suggests the 1y R$k B 'ur fr'leuds, whom we GIVE It 1 U A. over Uowgill & Cowgill'e to any part of Ihe City Oftlce following for the "Frances huve Indulged, to come forward Goods delivered HICKMAN, KY. Drug Store. 'and settle their accounts. From Cleveland lullucnco Clubs:" date wo will sell no goods on No member will permit her credit, B. T. band to smoke In the parlor until FarisiN, Ferry, Eiivery SMlin, Ellison & Co. bo swears to voto for Cleveland. - L? N tabic nml Nmv Mill. No member will allow hordaufriionk vif.v"ok it. OOice, Cllnlou St., Laoledo Uloclt tor to receive utteiitiou from a HeHaving fully made up my mind Io elose SufffMiirs ta Ult.oa Ilroi. puniioon. HICKMAN, KY. Tho Washington Tost sizes up out all my oiitstnudinc business, and de All inonibers will consider it a', uA i, .,,, i my pro n.ia...n...,nr. "Tho i ow my attention eioluxlvely to . , j I situ auuauuii in vino iiiniiiu Will a'ttiid promptly to all husi nen tn t i uuv togo inroiiati intii iiunuuiiun tension. I olTer the following described Irusled tolitseare. racliH-'JniiviiL ntiill KIotoral Collego this year will prorerty for sale: nobt .Mimhudv nt allegluuco hvo 4U votes, so thnt tho buc-t- Oil i; a rill nf CnO aores 225 cleartbe latter have declared dwelling and tine tock bam, Fire, Life, Accident, 'cessfttl Presidential caiididnto will ed, good of about 200 aore.i, HOoleared, tho Di'inocratio platform. Ouu tarui 2211. The ooo pood dwelling, and under to securo at least A curtain lecture on tariff, Attoraojr-ixt-Ij- a "W livcred nt 3 n. in., will be found Democrats count tho 159 votes of wire fonce. Tornado, &c. HICKMAN, KY. very efficacious if your husband tho 'solid South,' iiindii all the The Kariv . I'arksr Livery titable,s with Is sleepy. moro solid this year by tho Hepub- - complete outfit, established bulu.-- and S 15 Demand exorbitant stuns for llctin plank In favor of n force bill, good will. Mill, Just ast upon a good Oiuco with R. S. Murrell Ouo Sav lot:! t.'M of CcmpiuH RtprtMstid clothing, on tho plea that proton They oxpoot 10 votos from No mill alio of nth, maple, c. .lersoy, and tho Kopubllcans conAlso, tho llieknian Ferry, with good Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, Hon raises pricos. If your husband comes hoino;uode them at loast 4 in Michigan boatd. lauding prlrllogea ou both aides of PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. late, wuop copiously until ho tells If thoy can got 0 in Conuooticut the river. and Iota In lllclcm.tn, and '1 In houie.i KENTUCKY. HICKMAN, you what Kept nuni. . Then say .unit 15 In Indiana thoy will liavo lie vicinity; and ouo Ulaclomllh Shop. ........ . Ol't'lOK OVUU HICKMAN BANK, to BAM'I. PAUltCH, that if be iiutifanoon ill a uuiuo in. Yuiun au r.... Now York's 'M iri would lilt. make -- JO uml or 1'ur Unas, apply ALEX A. KAltlS. KenlJonceniii olliieajjolulog JuJ' Kin;, thou to urullu r.tllv you shouldn't h.ivo votoa KKNTUOKT. HICKMAN. uiiu'jollitc. tlill Hickman, Ky. olect, with 7 to spare." cat otl. CASH. NOTICE GROCERIES DlTs.K. DAVIDSON. IDeiatisat, HICKMAN! To GROCERIES FRUITS, TllIAIil by-law- s btiB-'"- FOR SALE! - DAVIS, w, Attorney at 1. R, Ellison, 1 . ( ii i . I o r "XwTyNDSAYT" INSURANCE! e llret-cU- ss i - & T a V r - , ... ''jimmJtrr-fttMnMSTsmmarmk- ' . vl? " .. . ilf:v. TTfgmr'lr t - "s CELESTIAL All HOLIDAY. Christ's Nations Throng Around Imperial Throne. -- The Mollltnileallrea.eil In Itnliea of W lilte. ileea In meet jni Unite Tlirlr ihony lr. Tnlmncc't lermmi. song, sn.wng: "Who is he that brightQHtvWtt ened nil our way, and breathed sweet ness upon our soul, and bloomed u,twwi-K26S- e through frost nnd tompost?" and tho chorus will come in: "Christ, the lily of the valley, blooming through fros McKlnlcy. Chicago Herald. "Tho Tnrlff is doinj- - its own tnlklnj-.-" nnd tempest" They sing a water song, saying: I Journey forth rejoicing; work of the state department That "Who is he that gleamed to us from tho ing." When republicans talk of "pro''rem this dirlc vnleof tears, frowning erag, and lightened the dark tection" they are only ' 'possumlng," work was done extraofllclnutly by To heal cnly Joy anJ freedom, est ravine of trouble, and brought cool for they do not mean protection Bt all, Foster, who now has his reword. For From earthly cire and fears. ing to the temples and refreshment to but spoliation of the many for the ben- tho first time in tho history of the re When Christ my Lord shall rather the lip, lid was a fountain in the midst efit of a few. When they speak of rec- public, an American chief magistral. AH his redeemed again, of tho wilderness?" Anil then tho iprocity, they wink the other eye, for has ventured to call to the department Ills Iclni.lom to Inherit-Go- od chorus will come in: "Christ, the foun- they propose so to limit it that it will of Mate the paid attorney of furious eight till then.. give cheap goods only to foreigners; it foreign governments. tain In the midst of tho wilderness" Ihla Is Mr. I bear my "Saviour railing: Is a 'possum policy from beginning to Foster's position. It is not in the minds My friends, will you join that anThe Joyful hour h is come. of men of sober judgment n recommenthem? Shnll we innko rehenrsnl this end. The angel guards aro ready The labels of "protection" and "rec- dation, but Foster had aided in humilimorning? If we can not sing that song To guide me to our home. twenty-seve- n millions of souls In glory. on earth we will not lie ablo to sing it iprocity" have only to bo put upon a ating lllalne, and the president, pressWhen Christ our Lord shall gather I hare no faith in his estimate, I simin Heaven. Can it be that our good eouplo of 'possums to tell the whole ing his reward, wu willing to overlook All his redeemed again,) ply take the plain announcement of the Ills kingdom to inherit friends in that land will walk all story. The Idea was n genuine inspira- the fact. Uood night until then. Upon different grounds Uie appointtext it is "a great multitude, which no through that great throng of which I tion. Louisvlllo Courier-Journa- l. man can number." ment of Foster to the state department My subject advances nnd tells you of speak, looking for us, and not finding THE DOCTRINE OF LIBERTY. chieftaincy Is as wretched a selection ill they eomo down to the gate Ever' few years in this country we the symbols they carry. If my text us? take a census of tho population, nnd it had represented the good in Heaven as and ask if we hae passed through, and Driiiocraoj- Slanfl. t'i lor the Right of aa was the appointment of ".Steve" the IVople. to the head of the war departis verycasy tp. tell how many people carrying cypress branches, that would not find us reported as having come? Tho democratic party has always held ment Thero Is a statute of tbe United there aro" In a city or in a nation; but have meant sorow If my text had ill they look through the folios of who shall give the census of the great represented the good in Heaven as car- eternal light and find our names un- that it Is the right of thecltixen to make States forbidding tho appointment of nation of the saved? It is quite easy to rying night-shadthat would have recorded? Is nil this a representation andiscontrol the government; that when an Importer as secretary of the treasgoverned nt all against his con- ury Thin law, based upon the idea tell how many people there nre in dif- meant sin. lluV is a- branch of a land we shall never sec of n song he sent he Is governed unjustly, and that that the head of the treasury controllferent denominations of Christians they carry, nnd that js victory When we shall never sing? ho cannot be justly governed in any re ing ports of entry and interpretation of how many Itaptlsts and Methodists and tho people came home from war in spect without this consent, previously tar IT laws ought not to lie tempted by POLITICS IN GREECE. Episcopalians and Presbyterians; of all olden times, the conqueror rode nt the In the contracts created by his interests to declare for himself, de the denominations of Christians wo head of his troops, nnd there were May U bald To lla expressed llrrenteil I'artleii Tlu-rconstitutions and by statutes made in feated Grant's purpose of ranking Alcould make an estimate. Suppose they In tlie soup." nrches, ami the people would It has alway exander Mew nrt, a great s were gathered in one great audience come out witli branches of tho palm I do not think there is any other nccorlancn with them. room; how overwhelming tho spectacle! tree and wave them all along the host country where political feeling, both held that only such rights are to be sur- merchant of New York secretary of Hut it would give no idea of tho great What a significant typo this of the local and central, runs so high as in rendered to the majority making and the treasury. No similar law was nudlence room of Heaven tho multi greeting and of the joy of the redeemed Greece. Tills warmth of political pas- administering the laws as are absolute- thought necessary In the case of a sectude that bow down nnd that lift up in Heaven! On earth they wero con- sion Is still more intensified by tho fact ly essential to government for the retary of state, nobody dreaming thnt their hosannas. Why, they come from demned and were put out of polite cir that, in the choice of nil candidates in maintenance of peace and order. Be- a resident of the republic would think all the chapels from all the cathedrals, cles. They had infamous hands strike this representative government, tho yond this it denies that the majority of placing at the head of the American jrom all sects, from all ages; they who them on both checks (Internal splto family nnd its relntions of kinship form has a right to govern tho individual, state department the paid attorney of prayed in splendid liturgy, and those spat In their faces Their back nehed the esscntinl guide. And when it is whom it holds to be free to regulate his various foreign governments. Hut Foster was an instrument in the who in broken sentences uttered the with sorrow. borno in mind that nearly all tho offices, own morals, his own religion, hi own wish of broken hearts from Grace Their brow reeled with unalleviatcd local rind central, down to tho postmen business, hli own amusements, his own humiliation of lllalne, and Harrison church and sailor's bethel, from under toil. How weary they were' Some- und tho attendants at museums, depend education, his own food nnd drink, his places him In Illaino's official shoes. the shapeless rafters and from under times they broko the heart of the mid upon the success of each party, nnd that own habits of all kinds and the whole Chicago Times. arch "a great multitude, night in the midst of their nnguish, the family will nt once run to their conduct of his life without regard to PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. that no man can number." crying out, "O God!" Hut hnrk now to own member of parliament to help tho will of the majority so long and so One of tho most impressive things 1 tho shout of tho delivered captives ns them in releasing ono of their kinsmen far to any extent whatever as he does have looked upon is nn army. Stand they lift their arms from the shackles who has been convicted of a crime, it not disturb the peace of tho majority the Carnegie's friendship for labor is true protectionist feeling. He Id's ing upon a hillside, you .sec 40,000 or and they cry out: 'Tree! free!" They will bo understood how, In n small and by his course rentier good order imtenderness In the same direction is on 60,000 men pass along. You cun hardly look back upon nil the trials through community where there nro no indus- possible. The republican party holds now and view. Platform and practice nre part imagine tJjo impression if you have not! which they have passed, tho battles tries but precarious agriculture nnd actually felt it. Hutyou.may take ull they have fought, tho burdens they fishing, the political differences per- it has always held that the individual of the campaign of education. Kansas tho armies that the cat th has ever tcn carried, the misrepresentations they meate every nook nnd cranny of daily has no rights which may not rightly be City Times. taken from him by statute If he Is too If tho democratic party has nny the legions tinder Sennacherib, nnd suffered, and liecnnso they n'e delivered life. weak to prevent tho statute from being defined purpose It is to overCyrus, nnd Ciesar, Xerxes, nnd Alex- from ull these they stand before Ood This fact the foreigner who would ex- enacted for his subjugutlon. In this clearly the system of tariff robbery, throw ander, nnd XnpoJoon, nnd nil our mod- - waving their pnlms. They come to the cavate in Grceco must always bear In intemperate spirit of oppression It has which Is maintained by, nnd which, in dentin; with it myTa- -d 'in? mind. Inoutset, manifest ho must, froms passed its prohibitory laws In tho name turn, maintains the rcmiltllcan oartv. Y& kindness, the wry of tctnpernncc, anil In till spirit In llPTJGhulsvllle Courier-Journa- l. iiu nnd firmness; und ho must succeed nots, Wisconsin, Massachusetts and ' " ' " The wanner and transparencies "osJ P11-- - nn, ll,l'' His groans, in Impressing theso thrco qualities upoi other states it has nttempted by statute from all ages seems , a hnlf.fn.,,..l uml they say: "Why, I was bared by the people with whom ho is dealing, so to overthrow the freedom of education, of Cleveland and Stevenson arc flylni regiment compared with tho great ar- that Christ. He pardoned mv sins. Ho that they nt onco feel nnd arc drawn to forco tho Individual to abandon the all over New York, nnd there can ho my of the redeemed. soothed my sorrows, lind stnnding out by tho kindness, gain absolute fulth fight to obey his own conscientious no mistake about tho popular fccllnj; I stood one day at Wllllamsport and In rejrard to tlm ticket. Tho bosses will saw on tho opposite side of tho I'otomao thcio they shall bo exultant, waving in tho fairness, nnd learn to depend convictions; to compel liim to accept lie aick and sore for u little white, tier- ineir paims upon the firmness. tho forces coming down, regiment after tho dictum of politicians in the educaThat hand once held the Implement Tho excavation of u cvlster Institution tion of his children; to send policemen haps, but ax time advances will rrnllrrt regiment, and brigade nftor brigade. of toil more and more clearly the foolishness of hnvo ou several occasions It seemed as though there was no end now it or wielded thosvi Jrd of war; but In (Irc-ccplucks down branches from tho been retarded, and almost completely to interfere Iietwecn parent and child, fighting ajralnst tho Inevitable, Haiti-mor- e to the procession. Hut now let mo take nnd to uso tho police power of the stale tree of life ns News. s tho of St John und look off throne waving tho stand before tho suspended, owing to tho charge (of to break down such schools, religious . Tho people, without distinction their palms. Once ho course, unjustified) brought by tho nnd heeiiliir, nsaro not "authorized" upon tho hosts of Heaven-thousa- nds l? of party, have a rljrht to congratulato upon thousands, ten thousand times ten was a pilgrim on earth; he crunched local authorities nguinst tho excavators ofllccliohlors. o tho on Mr. Clevelnnd's thousand, one hundred und forty nnd way; hard ousts he walked the weary that In tho choieo of their workman Th? declaration of tho Chicago plat- themselves Insures a campaign In which but It U u g.0II0 OWt tho hin they liavu bleu partial to thntonoof tin. It four thousand, and thousands of form for freedom of education and gone, tho weariness gone, the sickness two pjlltlenl pirties which was not than persons v ill bo until I put down tho ngniiist this tyranny is strong and time- principles rather gone, As Christ then in power. To mend matters, they ly. With tho rest of the platform It discussed, and frees the country from nnd say: "I can not estimate it- -a great stands tho sorrow u ,.. up before th. frcit army of tho made a further mistuko In agreeing to ire of persona! nbuso In multitude that no man can number." constitutes an emphatic reaffirmation wallowing the in You may tax your imaglnation.'iind saved mid recounts hm victories, it will see that half tho workmen wero chosen of tho democratic tenet of Individual and vituperation which has characterand tosslns of n by a representative of ono party and liberty at u time when bigoted radical- ized so many previous campaigns. torture your ingenuity, und break down .h- line me your powers of calculation In attempt-I- n forest in ii tempe.t n all the redeemed half by u delegnto from tho other, which ism in tho states und in tho I'nlted Boston Traveller (rep.). rlso up, it,ht bevoti ,.,t, iunk beyond of course led to further quarrels.--Charl- es Tim Carnegie cnstle, formerly to express tho multitudes of tho States is going to extremes in denying' Waldsteln,.in Century. from earth and tho enraptured of rank, waving, win,,.- - thuir palms. tho Individual litis any ri'ghts knovvu as the "Homestead Mills," has that My subject m.iK.s nnother udvnnce-meand talk of hundreds of hunwhich a party strong enough to suhju , the proper moat and drawbridge, sully-porA Necessity Xow. und speaks of tli song they sing. Mrs. Oii.zum- vvntch-- t iwcr, barbican uml dreds of hundred ; of thousmds of gulo hlin, nnd take from him the llhcr ' Dr. thousands of thousands; of mi. lions of that, Dick, In n virv .. arned work, says (icorge.yoii really must gut mo n plnno, ty of exorcising them is hound to re- machicolations, but wo nro not Inomongotlur thu..s ,i Heaven, ho (iuzaiu Nonsense, Noll! You don't spect formed vvhetho It has u donjon kept millions of millions, until yuur head or even to tolerate- .- St. Louis for the Incnrcc-- Jtlou of thoso workmen aches and your heart faints ,.,i ..- - thinks they w ill (jn a great deal of know ono notu from nuothor. Mrs. lime to the studj of inthmetlo nnd tho (iuum T'lmt'H ttuo, but I must have who foolishly thought that the McKlnhausted and overburdened you exclaim; lilgliwr HARRISON'S ABUSEOF POWER. lcy tariff would save them from u rebranches given mo u "I can not count them a r eat multi- not believe it It of matliomntlcs. I do a piano, beeuusoa papa has gift. vvr,i, upMt my idea pluno'liiinp for birthday N. V. World. Civil Seriloi llrfiirinrrs lllttutltlleil with duction of wages. tude that no unn can nuuibje. ' I llio I'rrslilent. Carnegie's men protcsting;igatust Hut my subject udviinceH nnd tells of Heaven If thou'l,tho; I never liked I'oi Once. "What do you women rather tako President Harrison has the adminis- a reduction l'l wages Is not n very good you of their antecedents, "of nil nations mathematics, an I I ,f mv text which talk about nt yuur norviia meetings, nnd kindreds, and tongues." Somo of wio lepresentnt-niiinyhowV" nskeil Scndils. "About ull tration uml the olllces to work with In boom for the icpubllcun campaign the them spoke hcocch. Irish, (ierinun, uescilbes y ful oeeupjtion of Ileuveu us I,U ',l",, " P"t In Sklilils. And securing his election us well us his nom- ou the beauties of protection, t'halr-mahelng j salmonv "Tliuy cried with ination, but will It bo mi iidviiulngQ lu Campbell should know that onuof English, Italian, Spanish. Tamil, ,,s Sl'"'iU refused to suy a word. u a loud v.iiee. k iyin: salvation unto our ,u'n contest before tho people? He Is a the duties of his position Is tho hasty After i . i havo been oil.In tlils Holl,i vvohuvohceulur -- $ Y "fralil. practical politician, mid evidently In- settlement of lubor dilllriilties In pro",2K.i,i.Ulu ""' tell by their songi., nursery At the Concert. .Mrs. Cumso That tends to take a prominent part lii thu tected Industries during thu ciiinpnigii. jrom what natiuiallty harvest songs, sough, boatinen's aonga, sentliia-ntn- l wings; but Is clusslu music tlu-- nro nlavlmr now. miiurigi'iiiuiit of tho campaign, using nil This None of tho things it icpubllcun they came; and 1 suppose that In tho In il fin en we is maintained tor nok Illlto It. thu iiilvtintiigiiof his .illlei lo mlvnnce national great tlironj; around the throne it will one sun. nd villi havo tasto for only , ,iit it? Ciiiiimi I thut vvillibo the song of Detroit I'reo I'rcas. Ids onn leeleetlon. Mr. Cleveland, oa Sioux City Tilbuuo. Kl-kl- haps of the birth or the resurrection of Jesus; perhaps of the downfall of bomc despotism; perhaps because of the rushing in of the millennium. I know not what; but it does seem to me in reading this passage as if it were n holiday in Ilcnvcn: "after this I beheld, nnd, lo, n great multitude, which no man could number of all nations, nnd kindreds, and people, and tongues, stood before the throne, and before tho Lamb, clothed in white robes and palms in their hands; and cried with a loud voice, saying, Salvntion to our God w hlch sitteth upon the throne, nnd unto tho Lamb." I shall speak to you of the glorified in Heaven their number, their antecedents their dress, their symbols, and their song. Jlut how shall I begin by telling you of tho numbers of those in Heaven? I have seen n curious estimate by an Ingenious man who calculates how long the world was going to last, nnd how many people there are in each generation, and then sums up the whole matter, and bays he thinks there will be booming, he would have been very foolish to suppo.se that that was the ordi nary appearanco of tho city. While Heaven is always grand and always beautiful, I think my text speaks of a gala day in Heaven. It is a time of great celebration per- with white robe, nnd palms In their hands: and cried with n loud voice, h saying: Salvntion to our God which npon the throne, and unto the Lamb." It is impossible to come in contact with anything grand or beautiful in nrt, nnturc or religion, without being profited nnd elevated. We go into the nrt gallery, nnd our soul meets the soul of the painter, and we hear the hum of his forests and the clash of his contllctn, ana see the of tho sky and the of the ocean; and we corao'out from the gallery better men than when we went in. We po into the concert of music and are lifted Into enchantment; for days after our fcoul seems to rock with a very tumult of joy, as tho sea, after a long stress of weather, rolls and rocks nnd surges a great while before it comes back to its ordinary calm. On tho same principle it is nroflioble to think of Heaven, nnd look off'upon that landscape of joy and light which SU John depicts; the rivers of gladness, the trees of life, the thrones of power, the eommingllngs of everlasting love. I wish this morning that I could bring Heaven from the list of iutangles, and inako it seem to you ns it really is the great fact In all history, the depot of all ages, tho parlor of God s universe. This account In ray text gives a picture of Heaven as it is on n holiday. Now If a man came to New York for the first time on the day that Kossuth arrived from Hungary, nnd ho saw the arches lifted, and the flowers flung In the streets and ho heard the guns sit-tetg g preaches, was thronpoil almost to suffocation, anil the larpo CViirof:itlonnl churcli In the Ilnckncy district coulil not hold half the people who tiled to pet Into It, though it was on Monday evening that Dr. Tnlmnjro preached there. Outside Iondon tlio eaperncHs to hear him lias been iulto ns Intense. In Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham, Crewe and Jianlcy, no church could bo found large enough to accommodate) the audiences and Dr. Talmago preached in the halls in uhlch the great political conventions are held nnd the capacity of these was tested to tho utmost. Since his nrrira), he has preached seven times each vt eek. Tho pennon selected for publication this week is from the text Her. vlL, 9, 10: "After this I beheld, nnd, lo, a great multitude which no man could num ler, of all nations, nnd kindreds nnd people, and tongues, stood before tho throne, nnd before tho Lamb clotheda The prcnt filiorcillteh tnbcrnnclo In the cast of London, .here ltcv. V Curt not be difficult lo tell from tiluf P"t tho earth they came, Theso reaped Sicilian wheat fields and those picked cotton from the pods under blMcring rtlcs gathered tamarinds nnd yams Those cn-e- .l tho desert on camels and those glanced over tho snow, drawn by Siberian dogs nnd tlic-- c milked the goats far nn on tho 8w Iss train. These fought the wnlrus nnd white bear in re-glons of everlnijting snow, and those birds In heard tho song of African thickets The were white. They wero black. They were rod. They were copper color. Irom all lands, from nil ages Tluv were plunged Into Austrian dunget'ii. They passed through Spanish inquisitions They were confined In Loalon Tower. They fought with beasts il the amphi hey itheater.' They reroJtorny.iti" were Wnldonscs Th'eywcre nigenses, They wero Scotch Covenanters They were Sandwich Islanders. In this world men nrofir different kinds of government I he I lilted States want n republic. Die llntih government needs to be n constitutional monarchy Austria wants ahv'ittisin. Hut when they eomo up from earth from different liationnlitu the will prefer one great monarchy King Jesus ruler over It. And if that monarchy wero disbanded, nnd it were submitted to nil tho hosts of Heaven who should rule, then by tho unnntmnns suffrages of all the redeemed, ClirM would tho president of tin' whole universe. Magna Chartn-- s Hils of K'shts, Houses of Hurgesses, Trumvlrntes, Congresses Parliaments nothing In the presence of Chris tV scepter, swaying over nil tho people who luve entered upon that great glory. OM can you Imagine it? What a 8trar.fr commingling of tastes of histories of nationalities, "of all nations and kindreds and people and tongues." My subject advances ami tells you o' the dre.ss of those In Henen. Thooli ject of dress In this world Is not onlv to veil the body, but to adorn it Tho God who dresses up the spring morning w ith the blue ribVm of sky around the of brow, nnd hung from tree branch, and mantle of crimson cloud flung over the shoulder, and tho uolctcd slippers of the grass for lice feet -- I know that God docs not despise the beautiful apparel. Well, what shall we wear in Heaven? "I saw a "great multitude clothed In white robes" It is white! In this world wo had sometimes to have m working apparel, llright nnd lustrous garments flery-winR. bo-coear-rindew-dro- Motion fit "L1"1 nn otcrni dm li.to nr, TRICKY LEGISLATION. was slain, tho Lamb I see a soul coming up to Join ho deemed in leaven As It goes tliruiRh tho gates tho old friends of hat spir eomo around it and say: " hat Mini d soul j we slug?' And tho And after says: "Mng Nilvntloii. ' awhile an earthly despotism fulls and a sceptor of Iniquity Is snnppeil and churches nre built where onco there were E'iperstltious mosques nnd nngel cry to nngel: "Let us sing." And the answer Is: -- What shall we sing?'' And another rolco says: "Let us sing salvation " And ufter a while nil tho o'jurches on earth rush Into the arms of tho church of Ilenten, nnJ while tho righteous nro nscendlng and .lie world Is burning, nnd nil things aro Ring wound up, the question will bo asked: "What shall wo sing?" And there will bo n voice "like the voice of many waters, like tho voice of mighty thundorlngs," that will newly-arriveout-p-en- d "t-li- ij ' .fT' salvation." In this world we have plulnllve songs songs tremulous with sorrow, songs dirgeful for tho dead; but in Heaven there w 111 be in sighing of w Inds, no walling of nnguish, "to weeping symphony. The tamest ,!. will bo hallo-lujn- h the dullest tune a triumphal march. Joy turning the chxubiml Joy among the seraphim! Jot among tho ransomed! Joy forever! On earth the music In cAurchca is often poor, because there Is no Interest In It, or liocausc there Is no harmony. Some would not sing; some c'rald not too sing: some sang too high, some-ftnlow ; some sang by fits and starts; but In the groat nudlence of the redeemed t, on high all voices will bo nnd the man who on earth iv lid not tell n plantation melody from tho "Dead March in Snul," will lift nn anthem that nc-il.vi- plastering ceilings or binding books In this world we mu't have tho working day apparel sometimes, and wc caro not how coirse it Is. It is appropriate; but w hen nil the toil of earth Is past, and there is no more drudgery and no more weariness, we shall stand before the throne robed In white. On earth wc sometimes had to wear mourning apparel blaek scarf 'for the arm, black eil for the face, black gloves for the hands, blnik band for the hat Abraham mourning for Sarah; Isaac mourning for Kcbocca; Hnchel mourning for her children; David mourning for Absnlom; Mary mourning for Lazarus. Every second of every minute of every hour of every day a heart breaks. The earth from mo to zone and from pole to pole is cleft with sepulchral rent; nnd the eurth can easily afford to bloom and blossom when it is so rich with molderlng life. Hut when Graes! graves! these bereavements havo all passed, nnd there are no more graves to dig, and no more coffins to mnke, nnd no more sorrow to sulTcr, we shall pull off this mourning nnd be robed in white. I see a soul going right up from all this scene of sin and trouble into glory. 1 seem to hear him say: would be ridiculously out of place sweltering amid forges or mUlng paints, or nerer imagthe Schumann, of ined: nnd you may stnnd through all eternity and lls'im, and tlicrv will not be one discord la that great nnthem that forever rolls up against tho great heart of God. It will not be a solo; it wilt not bo a "duet; it will not bo a quintet; but nn Innumerable host before tho throne, crying "Salvation unto our God and unto the Lamb." They crowd all the temple, ithey b,cnd over the battlements, they fill nil tho heights and depths nnd lengths nnd breadths of Heaven with their hosannas. When people were taken Into tho Temple of Diana It was such a brllllaut room tint they wore always put on their guard. Some people had lost their sight b just looking on the brilliancy of that room, nnij so the janitor when he brought n stranger to the door nnd let him In would always chnrgo him, "Take heed of your eyes." Oh! When 1 think of the song that goes up around tho throne of God, so jubilant, multitudinous I feel like saj ing: "Take heed of your cars." It Is so lond a song. It is so blessed nn anthem. They sing a rook song, saying, "Who is he that sheltered us In the wilderness, nnd shadowed us in a weary land?" And the chorus comes in: ' Christ, tho shadow of a rock In a weary land." They sing a star song, saying, "Who !a he thnt guideth us through the thick night, and w hen all other lights went out, arose in tho sky tho morning star, pouring light on the soul's darknes?"' And the chorus will come In: "Christ, the morning star, shining on the soul's darknovs," They will sing n flower mnny-xolce- tho Mcndelssohns nnd Hecthovens nnd ,. I'rcsldcnt Harrison recent! pressed a ilcsiro for a 'possum. Although .Mr. Harrison Is Hot much of a hurnnrl.t tho circumstances tinder which ths wish was expressed would hare Justified tho belief that tho remark w. only a bit of pleasantry. Tho wishes of n president, however, are commands to tho office seekers; and the publication of tho remark brought a quick response. Somo Maryland republican sent td the president by express two young 'possums, with red, white and bluo ribbons nbout their necks, onn marked "i'rotecllon" and the othar "Heciproclty." This is supposed to hare been a m niter stroke of political management It Is accepted as nn advertisement of the fact that Mr. Harrison is fomLqf 'possum, nnd this Is expected to 'V4 north many voles to him. Every darky' heart Is expected to thrill with admiration when he learns that tho republican candidate for tho presidency is fond of 'possum. To be sure, tho colored troop hnvo boon fighting nobly In the republican column nil along, but It seems that something Is now deemed necessary to rouse their enthusiasm. There havo been many murmurs of discontent lately, l'rof. Lnngstoa has declared colored man can that no vote for Harrison, and such a declaration might have Its effect, unless counHut w hen the president teracted. orders 'possum and sweet potatoes every negro voter Is expected to forget all grounds of disaffection and come cheerfully to tho support of the ticket Apart from Us effect upon the negro voters, there Is a peculiar propriety in the introduction of the 'possum as the of the republican policy of protection and reciprocity. The salient characteristic of the 'possum Is so well known that it has enriched our language with tho word '"possumlng" a4 it synonym of dissimulation. It is therefore, the best of all symbols of republicanism. Tho whole republican creed is but nn cxnmplo of '"possum- repiei-entntlv- The I'reiillnr rrnprlrty of th 111 1'referrnce. lre-ldt- a- THE PLANTATION NEGRO. the other hand, Is not a practical poll tlcian In the samo sense, and has no Ha Htlll Itelalni nia a Itae official power to use. Hut bollavcrs In civil service reform have much ground There are nmoug even the younger Nefor dissatisfaction w 1th tho president on groes of the south many charactern ns account of hi manner of dealing with amusing as old Uncle Chugger. The the publio scrvlco In tho past They writer remembers, ordorlng-n- t dinner at regard hi use of official powr to se- a hotel In Memphis turkey with crancure a rcnomlnatlou ns n gross abuse, berry sauce. Tho waiter brought the and they vv 111 regard Its use to promote turkey but torved stowed tomatoes in his rrricctlon nf a still greater nbuso. stead of cranberry sauce, explaining Il will repel their support And apart that aa the cranberry sauco was all out from Independents and pronounced re- ho had brought stewed tomatoes a the formers tho people In gencrnl dislike nearest to It Tho samo waiter appearthe Idea of a man occupying tho highest ed at a colored wedding wearing office of publio trust using his official not because ho required them, power and Influence to perpetuate him- but becauso he thought It the "swell Is to tho extent of thing" to do. He self in that office. It had as a scarf pin Its effect an Interference with the peo- largo glass diamond, a veritable Kohl-tjoo- r. ple's right to exercise a free choice. A few day later the waiter nt We are inclined to think that It wilt an adjoining table appeared with a simrepel more votes than il will gain, nnd ilar pin. When the first waiter was thnt it will prove an ndvnntnge to tho twitted about it he replied: " Tears to democratic party that it Is not In pow- me he am Infringing oa my preroga-mental- " er, snd that its candidate is not In office plotting nnd working for a reelection. Tho southern Negroes appear to be Regarding nil the tendencies nnd con- increasing In thrift and the more Intelsiderations making for the result to be ligent ana Industrious among them own determined by the election of next little cabin mostly "shanghai L e., c wc have no doubt that the one story and no extension on the outof advantage Is on the democratic skirts of th towns The front Is adornside -- N. Y. Times. castor-bea- n ed with plant, nnd with tlu cabin there IN BLAINE'S SHOES. usually go a patch of corn nnd on of HurrWon't Adtlier iiiilanti tlie I'lumeil cotton. The cabins are, as a rule, Itnlcht. painted white, and, If not substantial, The one person who since his retire- aro at least thrifty-lookinand proseat ment from public life has ventured to a great contrast to the abandoned tlavo put open affront upon Junes G, Hlnluo quarter. There is no doubt who'll khls former chief, Henjnmln Harrison. "plok do cotton" that grow about the The president hns named ns tho suc- new cabins There Is also no doubt in cessor of Mr Maine in tho state de- tome people' mind thnt th thrifty partment a fnctotum of his, one John Krgroet hare already raised themselves IV. Foster, of Indlann, w horn he used to a hlghtr level than th "poor In an Instrument to drive lllnlue from white." N. T. Tribune. 4e state department, tho portfolio of TWO UAtlTEST EXCDRSIOXI 'hlch Is now given to him. Mr. Eos- Iter was the president's ndvlfcr regard Tta the Chleafo. MltwankM St. fanl Ry, on ToMday, August SOIh. and Wijt Chill and the Ilehrlng sea contro September i'lh, 119. versy at a time when, fearing Maine ns hlwbrlS-p'ri- f (tusm a candidate for the presidency, he chose trim ih MBftoii rtr ilea vlik !" roid-- a prtlrlIrmi AdA iiiiai , Whtr tb puacSi tbroncS alb to hold him nt arm's length nnd delibI To lit d.tln4 port n lb il Wbnt hota-- f till- - ntvr betblln tla, erately humiliate him. Ills friends ! An4 b0f It lh IbrlftlMt fl mtiatsiA, gaining their cue from only one iinngin wk,t mtbipftit rturifhttli4IIM bU-- t. An Una II If at Ik ablo source lauded Harrison for the For further particulars apply to the near est Ticket A rent, er aJ.lresa Oeo. It IleafforJ, General Fas. Agent, Chloaoro, Hi Old-TlmChar-acterl'toye-glass-es r, bnl-aneg & 0 tiiteaga nd via always vlot "Tin Via C. II. A D,, and Mo mm route the World Tnr lino to Chicago, with Hull-ma- n safetv vestlimicd trnlns with IlcUots will bo good going on all '.i " duly 'JJ, nnd good returning on am nnd nil trains up to and including J i!y 2d. This will bo ii (frnlid opportuii''v to see the World'a Pair with its mammoth structures n conrsi' ' erection. Chicago with Its bitii 'nig, mngnlflclent park, freatfountain and other attractions is din-lngc- Itftnrn On. I vv rth C II I a visit i'urcluiso tickets ho Courier i fJ"le day for me," said theeon. """ted behind tho bars - " I am Post Master here atitl keep a Store. I have kept Atiftist I'lower for sale fur .some time. I think. It to a .splendid medicine." Ii. A. Uond, Ir in ir lelatlves had their way they P.M., Pavilion Ccnlre, N. V. would not ' ve rich uncles very long Hal-l- a The Moinnch it the reservoir. News If it fails, cvcrythint fails. Tho In Town or Country, liver, the kiducs, the ltiut, tho Kvery fsm ir should hats Dr. Hoists' heart, the head, the blood, the nerves Certain t ieup Cnront liand li saves hours of suffer nt nnd nnxlctv by rherlilng at all ro Yvronj. If on feel wrong, onco severe n'tnek of Croup, llronohltls, look to the stomach first Put that Diphtheria, ul More Throat, Itwtll prrtYhi - August I'mumonUi u 'f'mtininuui C oup t'aillc ripht nt once by mmnausea. iMOWcr. A. 1. Iloxsii, Huffalo, It assure. . ;ood appetite Ro Y., Man 'Jets facturer, and a digestion ft HsuLicoijrtetlcsaffeetsollfei bulrrealer -i t' Caught at la-- t Inthetol of dyspepsia after Imposing on tho stoiiu. h for (.cars, tlioauf fertrrcsl o hi much nbused digestion! to liosiottcrs Stomach Hitlers, Uy n res. coupled i '1 nn abandonment of cnlnulrs snd drink o calculated tu Injure the dl ccstlren iratus In n feeble slate. Hitters ror conquering malaria, hlltousn ' sidneytroublo.ibeumatlsmauj liver duot ' r. huw-ahu- 'August Flower" ranoble It. Puree, A sillovt sklu acquire. a healthy clearness by the uso if '(Ifnh' nulphur feoap. Hill's Ha r an I WHiiter Die, W cents. "Ocia greyhound" the) aro not tarryort. 1 it thl nam be-ca- ' Th Ham t Horn published at Isdtaa-- , apoll, Indiana, Alll.60r.fryf.ir. Tn wife of a genius I generally a very lonciorne wom&v -- Ham" Hern. IltiLTit Tin rii save weak, nsrvoni men II Ulal lOo. Ohio bfoileal Co .Clnclnnatl.O for he wns horu l ' i r I ITTI P -m UVblt PILL8 GRITS HO ftlCtSX. lor MCK HKAIW ) .fTr-- m - -- - DO K0T trl lll Al III;, Taapollywogcn bostl of hiapedlgre , th awlin tiwi,i'fijinnui tvjmuH isii Kl,,. 'M MMlrtl torf4ntlilAt!r, rtsjMff !miiti tinrvoii umrtiU1ILTmaim Ai.TtON tU lltMltlf CO - tfcnl tberfl Is Tpa girls cannot resist th sometLlip-engaglnr marriage proposal, DingbaaitOD Impretalon about tbe LeaJer $4BS2?s m4Ts-- COUIpUtlcm ItltMMIe T f'trW--t-- rtwt-Vlttt mmtLI. Vtr I A iiBII-- "1 1 tlWITAVia im. bjr ur1fjtra flfU4 WasUWM.M!tai Ills-Il- l - ha leatfl 1ltrnWr t3-sf rvCrl. iiteTr ts44 - tttf jr Mfc t v& m4Pk Ti- 0 r ..Hie, ' it ' Tha Only On Kvar rrtntod Caa Voa P1a4 L rt iiM TbtreU a 3 loch display avrtlsmit this week, which has no tw In Mils words alike eiecpt onn vvoru. Tha same I true of each new one appearlnc week, from Th Hr Harter lledlclnn Co This hqute places a "Crescent" on everything tbey make and publish. 1.00k for II, send them the narap of the word and tbey will return you book, beautiful lithograph or lam plea f re. iiiworar BR. HARTCtl UCOICmK tt UU. prr, eh YOUNG MOTHERS irifri' l.lff iMSlirre tmfctu ! liatlirr if ml f'ilfff. It ! "MOTHER'S FRIEND" tfuba Cniifiiriiiriif 1 iflTTi wp: "lr A w ila iU - - .7TT- - TV I I ;v -- J - BY THE - ) B i'atn, Horror n4 !'(.. A (Of ml I HKlwIllact Mllr rrlt" nSril Bi.uiein anMia a rf rttrft Mf ftfirisi l la ami results when a. tmmti Btnr IlarTMl ricurtlon rtalf Itatea Angmt Both tho ni'tl s J AssiaiiAoa 30th and s.pt.mW t lh. b'yrup of Fig u taken; it is ir e. M!'.iaHilliaailt lit 4 en r tipfin, c Sftt sl The Harllncton Route will sell round trip nnd refreshing to tho taste, and act ftr I 4r.'Mll days, to tho tickets at half ratrs, cod y iiii.viii'iri.ii itt.i.t LtToit Oh on tho Kidney, c lies and farmlnir rrclont of tin Writ, i Kcntrjr yet prom-llAll.sSTV. Us. OasiTXiii sometime! orertakea a and makes blru an Intellectual cripple. 1 I M plea-an.ri-.- s te-l"t- pt U- - CO ,WurYrnp'GtJ oo.r,P - 40 P'l sO' ag' xiiM mfy m l!? Northwest and Southwest. isterniicKct i i.ivcr ntitt 'tone", cleanses tho sys- Agents will sell IhrooEli tickets on the same era .httvels coiui, l.n.l Man. Bee lhtthey rea.l over the Hiirllng. ton lioiun. ino uesi lino irom cniesco, nchts forr s nnd cures habitual i'ecrts, Qulncv nn.1 Ht I.OUI. For further conti'.allou. Fvrtip of Figj is tho InforrnaUon vvrlln 1' H Huitls, General only remedy of its kind ever pro'anencer Agcut, Chlesfo. duced, !enj.!ii t tho tnito nnd to the sloumcli, jirotuiit lu Ir you want to enjoy the sunshine, lcp't find fault with your shadow -- Ham'a HorK its action nnd duly In its cfl'ccls, preiiared only from Uio not Usix't CsTiRnuCc-nsI-t a lhut.l anil Is healthy nnd rulntnucc-)- , Id taken Internally, ami act directly on the many excellent Uilit!ca commend it blood and mucous surface- - of the aystem Write tor testimonials, frs Manufactured to nil nnd linvo mado it tbo most br F J. & Co , Toledo, O. soi.o nr ai i imcdfiisT. c"ecJy. ( Th amnllgat Fill la tha World 1 STutt's Tiny Pills: m will tat many bfllt, TTi lsrilljr trrr-- t n m fmmUy fvlt llit nint uppllr xmit lltry NiiKitn UiihcAtltt; lh n vUl of tKr--i-ilo)Ur In tl.K-li'- r . m SAVES MONEY. nu-Mor- ft iulP - Cnaser Maui a noman who oannot drive a nail or a horse can drive a man N. Y l'rrss Tiik human aystem needs continuous and careful attention Uj it' lteir of lt Imputl. ties, llewlam'a 1111s act like magic Tub bad bvr will bo sorry when electrical tanning la universally adoptod. THE MARKETS. UVr..STOC1C-ratlleCoir.monl popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs U for alo in 60a and $1 bottles ly all lcndinr drug-gisAny rehablo drugrit who may not h.ivo it on baud will it promtitly for nny ono who wishes to try It. Do not accept nny rulwtitutc. CALIFORNIA F10 SYRUP CO. sin rtAsvico, au Afiv tour. m.t. lewinur. tr. pro-eur- o lkMMfrtinllinltilr ltliit In nlil Rml ftftlttC. VtKtffe " USE TUTT'S HAIR DYE;, lii t I d it4rr, InjitNltttn ii. rimtnrft!iiiMi- m 25 CENTS. UiicleTom'sCaWn S)!d b; Booi-illtr. IO 3 Cholrebaleher HCKJS Common Oocxl mtVr rs SIIKKi'-Kw- es I..XMIIs-luUu- rs ss July 11 U ;M Sent, postpaid, k; 4 IO it Winter family. irej.... : iisat-N- o. . . So. 3 rtsl Corn No, tmtst On- Kyr Nn Z HAY l'rlmr lorbnk in TOllAtlti Milium leaf (ilCAIS- KMlI'lt- - SOI If 4 r- it s (l) I ID IS S 71 I R .4 CSV -. n i U Q s vi 70 Tl 9 3V araataiarina.M...a.. f. JfUnt Dra.M.VIcSar'ltWn UfJa. f f kBiVllrei. Sort llif Ctklil HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & GO,, 4 l'ark Htrset, DOaTON, MA83. .... . . . V) I! ! 74 IO -- l'HtiXIsIiiN'C-Jlcasj.j- rk ll.asl l.Jl isro s n AI'i'l.K-rrii- aieara HL'TTIIlt ilnMcn dairy .. l'rlme to ihnlre nr Iir.l II 3.'VSBlt .VI II on t ftTOl w, r lUTAlUt'S-Xr- v) KtXICIt-ralr it UllAIN-- M l,et-Unra- le.l No reO COIIS-- NrAV YOIIK. tu fancy Jrr liW bbL .... .. ;t it ft AX 3X i. t.s it l s I IV NX'i ft II ret ... ... 3 9) No SinlieU Outs ralaisl... lOKI -- New me ern i) S.sj I.AltD-West- J CI 1 C.U f orn-Nnui-SrOltli-MiI.A1ID-btcu- . . ... N W he t No. 2 red . . ... Nn SChlraeo sprtrur. ... ... o, steam ritlRAGO. i. so i 77H5 WHU 7 a O 40 7H 4" M Ti ai . -ss ..II 7. kll . 1 7 I7'i M SIU nALTiMonr. T)rrt-l"amlIy Corn-Ml- artAIN-Whenl-- high-sprun- g and ruinous wear and tear to all your summer clothing. Direction for this easy, safe and economical JJ it IJl, nn "" . " every package of Pearlinc. I'ATTI.I- KlretauaJlty ...... 31M i a .:i e w (tta IICXJwill tell von. Trt - s. f " Dn' l ",wo in'Tviptil"u or rcarline." IT'S It-- FALSI "1'eatline sv" nevrr ll.c same at your pretr lends it JmJ CLX td.l!rd. If Sn.l .. a 4S you an imilatVV be honest Virttj il tj,i. Corn Nn, s rcl Ha JAMES 1'Vl.K; Ncr Vik. i. 31 OatsNo. OIIAIN-Wb- rai Na S . IB si ir.l St mrsM in W i,. ll r mj,M )),,",, You Can't Keep Cool y jfissr -- & while you're rubbing away over a tub of straining clothes. If you want to keep comfortable and save your health (think of inhaling that fetid stcini) and strength, stop the n muiiing -- anu tnc steaming. Pcarlinc docs it. Pcarl- ) inc; coltl water; no boil- j mg; little work; that is 3 the prograuimc for washing. Ins taking away of the rubbing is more than a matter of saving work. liot-wcath- er 1 It'n : nvinir nf ,i.,.,ll.ce - (ists-Ml- ied I.AIIII-Itrll- ned I'OKIC-MrM - 4 H- JIHA-N'AlOU- S. rS---"TX"r- O -- 1"- P-- Na . i.otn.svir.r.1. pate nU '. rrU FIX)HK-Wln- ter UltAIN-Wheat-So. Oil- -sa I.AKD-htfi- m. OHK-Mi- Corn Miieu a (ua a i Ml I cl ., (ill a Xl'i THE POT INSULTED"fHE KETTLEBECAUSE THE QOOK HAD NOT USED !nm.'-Tberon".. ru" ""? fleld-glasthou-sands, field-glass ' ft lair-nes- GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN. list bral imiurr iur ii Be .iiiH.e brat Mb hltU rearraent lh " TnliiM fur erlrra n.keJ, aas-- W SAPOLIO IlfITVr-wrvur -- far mlvo In your arlfund fmnllfln itrl ur fsluit t.-l- Ljy INTER (omvori its. IKK NO HcJH.ITITiJTE. c?! inUamil leailll. (lkw THE W. L. DOUGLAS rUfl f ? IENTLEMEN. VO SHOE IEST .- - o nomina-tlon.slnc- i nt t, r ,,, i n si - i i'" '" . x -- Golden flt Medical DisooTery works tho host. It purifies the blood. WaKV ,''Kv 3 It's not liko tho which oUim to do good in March. April, and May; you can depend at rlta. l, upon it always. Tlut'fl why it is .ll, Wt an.l lion AnitTQ' t't llnnil-nuei-.llt.ar.nrn iitjuleof tlmi4-- t UI.T3 fthot-- i for R?!HxW. guarantitd, 'If it doesn't benefit or roller fin. can ni ut irui Tiiejr are trrjr .1,111b, enm. fortaUt an. ilnruLle 'IL. fjalua. .Uala imioni mad core, in ovory caso for which Wn fMn $1 U l.il. a liwl.li iore.n-ml- . In llirlr (uuiwrari'rnnn.llnii Ihlanut. recommended, you havo your money Ct I'TIIIV. lUiwaraDf Uialrratultllimliiiiihoeiwllh. back. nmo anl tt.et lniiuiu.ni. outV. U No other medioino of its kind ASK FUK W. U. UQUQI AS SHf)''t WK". " '"""' ' '" frau.liilrut an'l ini'Jiii loprwicu- as much says but no othor cJom ss much. It cleanses, renews and .V.:tfiii.?STK;!V;y,W1!f;,K invigorates tho entire system. For tni OHIO all sun, scalp and scrofulous affecWELL tions, as Eczema, Tetter, li j DRILL White Swollintrs, Ifip-joiDisease, and kindred aliments, It's a positive arlm oor fainauj H HI Oailar, fram II 9 a.waidi. Utnl,lln.lc. Il04 "larUnrrr. IT" w cure. MrKct a.l..lalni tni Tmi MaaautTTC w. in ... .ah.,a, tn, fnh u am, CjUUSlBCaialofa Tmc LKCinc Mr bONtt.VaTO.r, yuui.i ..Mu.k Inllmii. The proprietors of Dr. Sage's Looms ni ,h n,..i. n. I.M fiti:i!. limn. mu. .SV, ":!. .. "' ' - ."'?' .." a". W) .1 Catarrh Remedy offer 600 for an r u, Lr;.w;: j: h" '"' : " . .Mao's ItemoJjr for Catarrh I. tbe Nnu r inourable case of Catarrh. It isn't Hnt,l.aleattoUe, unit c lienpeit, L?.tAif.y.i.04 M'"",0, Qt. CHICAGO. mere talk it's business. " Uney mean to A. N. IC. II. you, if tlinv MOlT" can't cure you. ut you'll find MTIir.V Ultlll.NOlO ,tlt Bold ty rtrufgiats oraont tjy mail l:ill. HI ..AiB tkat tkty oan. I.I. that .a a.w la. A4erllun.t la Ult E. T. lfenltlu,, WetiioT vZ Wo. Pirrc-u'- a !. it tho time when Dr. All the year round t"'X V BBlflaV .line, mlraa, tci'l aoi rfp, tine m.Hjll, Inilic, n.ilbi-- j inula euiii(irull..itrlUharute!f, Uur.hla ID.d iir'.ih'r HuaeTr wlj at th j.rlco. IViuaU cuilum lna.lt ibo. en.iiojtrnin tlln5, (Ineealf .hoet. Th moat CA uuJW.T. e.urii.iluiaijeboii)trki.lBl llieao tirleca. Tit7riuaJ m.e linpurinl h- r- roatinir rrum 1 In 111. fSSQ All 1'ullei Hlioe, wru uy farini-- i an' all rthe n who a Phfa want In, jtmm Leatycalf thrre illand Mill kf p the an.lxarin. nn Cnir, Vi.V.-tan- .l ntklnsitieii'a Shoe t;0 30 l'liiio iwireaiar for lu-f.l i tnau an nilur inaka. - ii.wiey nll aro uiajd fer 'rrvlre. Tl.o Incrratluit Mlo how that Ine liava feuri'l Inlaciit. Vuullia t.?.1 Hrhnal Hlior. tr AVQI worn "' llic lor .rirjrwbcre, ll.umu.t acrtko ' atjla alirM.. mm tlir-frniiliin.f-wei- l A anVt ff -T- H flB T-LV MM IN THE WORLD TOR THE MONEY. Iln..erj, h, Ja. ii HHHBBHHHP'' ..' ni I, Iiiiu-U- rltei-tomi- Salt-rheu- BORE WELLS GUITAHS and MANDOLINS 11, - iLzTm '' '. -- -- ---; 5Ji mmmmm !..... ..- - ''. a,.