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" v- - 4 ' 'fS-- '); A- a . - - 3Br !sLr ."V '. i' MriH, seat ease " ar i GEORGE WABBpNt H(ekmn. Ktntuoky. Mti-Juk- riTTpi LOUISVILLE. iH Mr . HICKMAN COtJBfflliNr I THE OLMN1 XBWIP. FLVE JOB PBINUNG KXKCUTKD irriiEiTiEMiniisiiTti. BALK BILLS, H 5,1 ,'i 4l NYELOPKS, BILL HEADS, CIORGI WAWW1M, IiHtor. W WMTBRir KENTUCKY. LETTSR HBADaV '- wi v riMai JWIIIIri II. NO. 43. X JHaMJgNaaMsM-- INVITATIPNS, - Priced Subicrlptta., 9150 CURRENT TOPICS. ' Till! Lick Mil Laokiuirkii lire Thk diameter of Mar telcscopo Osb person In ever at- Topeka. la 4,400 mile magnifies 700 - ESTAB1J8HEDJ869. CRIME Head HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY., FRIDAY. AUGUST .19,' THE CLOSE. Crowd- mi. a :T iXTC XT& CALL AMI? SO. US. KEiNTUCICY In AT TUB BIO GUN. It Weight III time. Crushed and Other Marha a Young Woman's Corpse, , n Tha Members of Parllnmont ed tho aallorlos. raksn from the Ohio RUrr oeiMe Uhtd.tone' Huccmi Clalmeil to He I'ar- ,Xl.et I'ril'xblrMat-- J aril ' ,' Ktas tho Uurln's Hand and'Or- spectroscope show air nnd wnUr Tint the Rapid of the ganUe h Now (lorernmeiit. H. on Mara. 8m W. Hkksciu:'. discovered the polar IOOIsvim.k, Ky., Aug. 13.Mmt of Loxpox, Aug. 13. Tho Dally Nowa, lee cap of Mara. Yonic, Mont, haa a natural Ice mine a double crlmo have been fonnd'dw the describing tho sccuo in parliament body 0 tho woman washed nshere at Thursday, said: In a gulch near there. l'he member crowded the galleric. Thkmc are. 300,000 commercial travel-er- a Willow Point, Ind., opposite thM ettf. ami iiipnunoa a tite remami of UaM eat ia pairs on tho steps of tho gangin the United State. ' "Tn elm trco worm are'caaalng much Lrngel, a former chambenanld atletc- way, .swarmed around tho speaker's ert'a hotel, this city. The orig ehalr and stood in a denso throng-nVth- a damage In New Kngland.i ory. was suloJde. Alter ute PoMfcaad bar. It waa a magnificent audience, A twin watermelon isa fralt freak detective departeaeat of tht twitltlss and' Mr, Chamberlain played upon it ;of Ware county, Georgia? had dropped the eaae.a repir with the skill of a master of A Mahyland widow set a bear trap Mar- tlie woman liau been outragtii debate. He commenced his and can ght a young loan. dered by two men. ajseeeh la a studiously quiet manner. No i.r.M than fifteen thousand yoliea-me- i ' Mor-ilbFour boya, Walter Farrd,"Js Referring to Mr. Healy'a action at are employed In Londo." Chac. IfeUaaicH th adjourameat of the house on Mam U nve thars aa Wight ww 'a. rise. aaw two aWa drag a nedth, Tuesday, In the geatleat tone, he he will he, when oa the fir aide of H through Hyde Park, a autmrVVif aald he aoted that whenever It waa de aeaviiie, law Bataroay aigit, atreetio exhibit dtaeoarteay toward aBy $C F0ta M0t MMNI bar the' river ..Wakikett manor to aay womaa. he added, after a m at U. K. Mdebet- - aW aar WtWT 'araffBa ataseat awaee, nealy areaeata km-ClUr-lo,Woi parlla-RMMtary nine la d. -- . $ ar ur tlio Neighborhood of Thirty Tons and Flrs Nearly aia Against tho Appointment of a Ra- nt M.tl Mm Mllrs. 1'ounilt oolvor for tho Iron HolL Nkw Yoiik, Aug. 15. The first ofiietal test of tho tcndncJi disappearing aaea- matlo gun carriage was mode at the fiul.ordlimle llraneh lloml anil Their provlaf United Kttea- - erdaanco IVIir Mr. Bonierhr H. u lued In Aceept a Large Offer grotHids at Bandy Hook; 10 irfave Ida Iron Ilsll. superThe test were raado under the vision of the board of ordnance asd IJinuxArot.tR, Ind., Aug. 10. It defortifications. They were directed by Capt Frank Heath, in charge of the veloped Moildav that nntlllnn sm Im. proving grounds, assisted by Lieut. lag circulated amonir tho momhambln Wheeler, of the ordnance dcpartmeaW bf the subonlinato branches, Order of At cxastly 11:30. the. first shot waa Hred. Iron Hall, entering a protest against of high Jho appointment of. a receiver upon the. 'Hie gun Is a breech-loade- r twenty-cla- e powwy feet in leagwi, ppucauon oi any threo members and weigh thirty ton and Area a projectile the supreme slttiflar and tha prcrao ofllccrs to proses t such ft pro- weighing Mi pounds. The gun ia n to mo court having the case in with tho carriage by two power-- "itad, ful arms, and when raised to a firlag h position is at a height of eight feet The protest alfio'exprensta aayovalW gan--ni above the carriage. To load and make " " v" upr aw en law relating to atekt' death acid ea-ready for1- firing requlree only ve mta ia all done air wiaeat benefita aad the eatleetioa od ute. Jt manipulated by oae man. The aaojee' U for tyhaf Vhe sami. tile waa pweed on a loading tray, by the taralag.ef a amall wheeltaa 4A W fjaaaal aaaJaba 1 A PROTEST SWITCHMEN Emplored br the Krki aad LeMfk Xoad Comnanr KILLED. IlurrAW, N. Y Aag. U. Theea no further dhuraUlag the jaa that Mat strike of the Erie and'Lehkrh Vsdttjr switchmen Is a serious matter. Propertv belooaiaa' to tfc company has-be- en destroyby diary flres( mm 'engaged JsviM Uttrroprf Ue'trbr4 br taMf nulls of Carelessncts penlng a Switch. . STATE NEW& rjocefalng . M 01 IgUUU FltAMKrtlY A.i ,f2 fplr llsllrond far. I 1't-nii Workmen Ilaeheil tnin m. nd RU to nJrrd-T- no . l)rullil.. Will Iile. uetig coa-n'cot- rv ful pcrforraaace of thelrdattea company's service have beast and sent to the bospHaHt tier i of trains has '.been ae'ihmi fcred with aad.the llve .of ! persons who. were In no wa with the strike aa had Mt-- I of it, have beea -- waaatdrsihy ttw 4 railmeat of a paiseager trata ai'-M4 Mie. rpaaa,YnieiLMtiM,i to the crof wrltlaf.' 1 nsore or'ms til Ibaltaa tweea tM at?4Jaat taaeav i 0.. Atlrr 1ft Tl... -' Vallev ami OliI, "V.1I1CUV, nlt. ...... p' the Pennsylvania system' FW oi construction, experi- iNtt horrthln mUtmn r.n.lH F north of here, at a M 'Itlche&on' gravel pit. ifoemga were crushed to frlj ...nn ,hlt ah..W ..- M.w claanes to fifty tents per ono thotMind rallons. ..... . i. AnAlha kill I uu, imrouuceu oy r. .......v. umita the price of gas to consumers ta cities of the jsmo classes to nltv teats per thousand cnblo iceu Chairman Adams, of the committee oa rrlailnst laws, prtseated a sabstftuto Mr Mr. m sot a Quornm present sod the senate sdjouroeo. nntll HocsB-M- r. Pettltt latroduced a kill proposing to limit the price of water to eoamuneni la CltleS Of ISA -. ea.AH ik j.j TlbhlA'A Mil .f..HM A A ly weapon In a erowd or atsembly. Tho peaaltr ., -. IMlht.nff....l. is ttvm udb iDQTfl jemrsm too UUv.iu jy?s .. pw mlt.l, teottsry. The governor haa about coocluded ... IMiam a4 Rafferty, aged 50, reaer. was reported to the' senate eoneetly Thb set rols lea lotto baHdtog. el, ot. Btfooa.jBrry,oi Aewbarg; tbs aew bridge between Ctsclnaatt aad Covlsg- -. 3ingtoa,Vt, aged 88, throat tea.' TVs bose btlt flsiag the pay ct eirtatt i .-" v iug cvruriien dui, anfi lfl probably steniry hla approvsV or Wtnaesday. There now seema to be no obstaila to aa adjournment bn Friday or Satarday. siren oiners horribly In- - rRANxroa-r- , Ar. set relating to the .CooellAjted CorsorstloB, organWiled la as follows; Frank ised uader iraeral laws, for ths purpose of nalatslnlng and operating brldtra Han. Btrml it ji-- a i,.,i & v.v-- ; ' Kl avw ": i" Ml ir mmu9m,wwm MnvpfnwPH vwieam aw. rlage. talwy&wglrroHtrldfiiIirailwliy earj Chixa haa bo telegraph pole. The Uteat fad laCrUAald, Md., Uto The J people them. hare a supentitloa t agalmat icials had 110,000. twrnty-fuu- r lit to August 1 the World's fair offspent literally paid out 17, Thr length of a day on minute. hours and Mara U thlrty-seTc- a lUoiL.vsrK!K Rjo lissom gets a pension of 1150 a year from the Norwegian . storthing. r " Thr total amemnt of tasna to bo raked In XewA'ork-eltInlfrMia nearly m,ocHj;ooo; . i an early day. Ir. A, Moscow dentUt. .has auccessfutly Justice Somerby was on tho stand made foUo teeth aMUme a flxeil place In tfielnw Hnll'riH'elerhlp Case, Friday The tetimdny "elicited was strong ' toothless iruniK. believe tho Tiik Spanish gorernment haa con- enough to lead will plaintiffs to -bo appointedthnt ajrccc,vur cluded a loan of ilO,000,OM.lwUU.tka Sotneffyi although having supremo Uanqnede Paris. tied, he had never Ik one of Gladstone's own elections authority, .tulmi ht that sult.was brouglit, his friendn are said to hare expended given bond until tho snmbf r,009, tvlth and then only in 1240,000 in his behalf. a "security. This Chop experts estimate that the two a Detroit undertaker bond has not been approved and la not Dakota will produce llA.000,000 bash-ls"in foivc wheal this year. 0 Supreme Coshicr Davis Is under Tiik fastest tlmo in which a train has bond, the wltneuk said, but one of forty-nin- e lcen known to travel Is a mile In Bomerby ndmlttel .the sureties Is dead seconds and a fraction. that tho time for wlilcli the shpreme sitA Ciiimcse sect bellcvca that wotnea ting and ofliecrs hadjbeen elected (twe by embracing vegetarianism wiH years)! had exptrSl. men on the Judgment day. He could point out no authority for A. A. ltomxoo.v, of the tianta Fe railthe present body to exist, except a cc. road rccclml an eighty-pounwater- tlon authorlJng a special call of the melon from Texas the other day. sitting. CAl.irousiA has the bigjgeat'aoda - The witness djd not know where any fountain in the worldv U ktaaotural of the order's rcsorve funds, except lak and haa 13,000,000 worth soda 3,000 in tills city, had been Invested an Anwttiircd by the constitution. InlL Wiicx the. shah of xVrala goes oa ccountant Davis had aomo transactions hU holiday outing In the summer time Involving some W J, 060, but Soiuerliy ho 1 accompanied by three hundred did not know how this money wa .V,-00bo-cod pKifluHpiVlcyila(prowl'edra 4A!wi;iiuivafVrntjisicrcae,in the ralaW dowa m her head. One of the rhhi wore a derk, stubby jeard, a derbjr hat,.Uaekooat aad vef'tanda light pair el troascrfcf' TLa boya were so frightened that they' were afraid to talk until last night, when one of them recognized a"plctum of the dead woman 'In a' dally paper ss being that of tho woman they had seen In tho hands of tho two men. A trip to tho river show evidence of a desperate struggle, and the woman's fan wa found there. Tho men probably killed the' woman and then hurled the 'body Into tho rapids of the falls. The, head was crushed In, and this U thought to have Wen caused br.thr body ftrlking the focW-- ' - 3 . LOOSE PMJSINE8S METHODS. Komrrbr, W' Iron 1411, jMnlie. aa to reeovwile aWmssiiJetu TTtiT S iKMrdi-tJAug- . J! elf AlnU.rfc Supreme 11 -- peroVattea waa delivered with maeh mare afpearanee of passion than heuaaally permits himself to show. Wlien'Mr Henry James asked whether Urlght and Vllllcrs were apostates, or whether Uiose'were who, to gain place and power, changed their principles, he turned and angrily" pointed at Mr. Gladstone, whereat the conservatives-loudly cheered, while Mr. Gladstone sat silent, probably thinking of how ho had, for conscience's sake, In lfN), broke jup one of, tho biggest majorities o( modern 'time, and had gono forth into tlie shade of tho opposition. "After a deprecatory shout, leading Itlght Hon. Henry Chaplain, who wa delivering a speech,-- to resume hi seat, the conservative shouted for Sir Wrnotr Ihireotirtj who onlymnljcd and stroked Ids chin. ' "When Mr. Chaplain had spoken for fprt'flvo minnt6,"Dr, Tauncr walked up to him with of water In his hand. however, took no notice of Dr. Tanner' action, and calmly proceeded with hlsTfpcejcli.'Jjy. Tho Post: "Asightmoro earnest or Impressive Uian Friday's scene In 'parliament has rarely been witnessed within the walls of St Stephen's. Although defeated, Clio Unionist will ro astcmblo undiminished in number and unfailing In resolution. Mr. Gladstona will have to deal with tho strongest and most united minority that ercr asW41-Ha- w pledgn-brenkln- wTthhatatwataltratlk t the aablaet Mr. Cham-berUla- 'a ht ralattotM. mav be Breaerred bay aad matter developed Monday rf ear 'breech, interest. 'Certain officers of tho varknw MMrPHBaVM( two passenl Vjaaa hoasee were al luaaohes under the laws are com ger cars.1 two The sack contained 180 peasaa. The jelevation was three degree. The tims pelled 16 give bond, and a circular has burnt The laree.Aaearred at places required to bring the gua dowa to ' the oorae fo light in which the supreme sit- where the firemen eaakl ant successfully stay .the flames oa account of an abbuffers wns one minute and If teea sec- ting cintions the snbordlaatebranches onds. The second shot waa fired at that nUnyiof these bonds areiBSucient. sence of water, beside the difficulty of thrco minute of 13 o'clock at an eleva- The iiprcmo sitting also claims to havo accession to the fire. The water tank adjacent to the coal tion bf twenty degrees. The projectivo madd a careful examination of tho contained 230 6undj of powder, a ser- Pnllflelphia bank, and it notifies the trestles, was smashed and an engine that by a uranencs vice charge such aa Is used In time of ubcMiaate tnai ina wad taklna; water war. bann ia in irood condition to fnrnlsh string of ten runaway coal cars that At an elevation of twenty degree secnity for local officers, and that tho had, been. turncd'Ioose .from the trestle. Fire was flntt'dlscovercd In the the projectile splashed the, sea. nine supreme sitting will accept the guaran yards, east' of Dlagenst street miles away. When tho gun recoiled tees aftbo bank on snen tx)nas. unacc building and two oi It camo within two inches of tho buf- the law tho branches have control oi Here a little-offlcfers, and, in less than ten seconds, theW'own rcservo fund, the supremo three freight car were destroyed. At hail sunk gently on the .buffers into sitting having power, to draw one this time Yardmaster Mead discovered loading, position. It is wjtb, a charge seventh annually. Many of tho branches flames in" two passenger coaches, used like (his that the carriage Is supposed have turned over (ha entire fund to the for the conveyance of workmen, and a teleiWopin rammer. Two' aaaies ,of powder followed the projectile' laiethtrj ierl aMlHnMMNfl, there-wrecke- Hughes.!1 ni ile, die; YYaV d In abdomcllt TM, aged 90,' Hagans, Ch von, a. agea ifcWa. I and legs crushed; P-- l Jured in hj Connors, Caattea, Ohio, 23, injured in and collar bone broken; head.and Martin WagPittsburgh, Pa., aged 45, injured. itx0M hip and back; John Zclgler, afeU-S3- , hurt in the head aged 60, and side; "ames Riley, contusion "Sfl4" hip, ha been a east-boun- d o est to work perfectly. elevutlou 41 with the ,ncw gun in this country, Tho third shot-wafired at an elevation of three degree, and tho projectlio contained lOp'pounds of powder. The recoil brought the gun within eighteen inehoa'of thia1)'ufTer,-anthe time rtqnlred to get) It tn lontHug position twos two minute and forty-fiv- e high-pow- red from any carriage rf'ponslbUity This was the high- auprrmcalttlng rather' than 'take the turned in 'a tie of keeping It. lunghvlllo branch has $.500 deposited It tlint way. ITucsdny It trustees will knnko a demand for the return of the money, falling In which suit will be brought. Otntr branches would take similar for the rcn&on that the application for a receiver having been made till1 put all fund subject to order of coutt. It Is said by Sonicrby's friend that hdiwuspnco offered fUS.000 yearly salsry; by an old lino insurance com-- 1 pnmr If he, would drop the Iron Hall and Mr. Somcrby is toWc up life insurance. sail to havo declined bccntto It would hsro ruined his reputation liad ho tu ned around and fought the organization he had spent so much time and oil t ory in building up. ut seconds. of tf sembled in parliament" Tho News: Tho government of g cocrclonlits is virtually death It Is noticeable that the whole of Mr. Chamberlain' remarks were addressed to tlie liberal. That doc not look as If ho thought tho torica had any future or he anything to gain by goinj; over to them. v j: !' . The men who bought W. K. Vaader-hilt'- s 'FRAUDULENT FOODJC" yacht, the AWa, under water, exAaalfsts at Celihnbes, O., xliow More 00,000 out of the traaa-actlopect to taake Than IUU Adnllsntnl. , CoJ.umit!!', (X, Aug. tS, U the pejplo Ox the ley peaks of the Himalayas, Ohio havo any depbt of the adulteraIn India, there la a "snow maggot," of articles, and excellent tion of .foodwholesome,.that, they buy aa weighing nearly pure and but which arc to eat. acd' hut take ArniopniiTKws made by the first sea wicked frauds, theysummary which glance at-- , the slon of thevK1ftysecond congrcM Just a analysis' Is given below clocd amounted to 1507,000,000 In round of food liought la of thethe oen marfigure,- - , , Dairy Commissioner to ket by Food and May, June and July Katk Fiw.tt'Bska Recretary y McNeal. lmrlng Isanainn tho next new cruiser, the this year there were analyzed IS bella, in honor of the friend of of samples of oleomargarine, of which l'J Columbus. were adulterated; 14 samples of butter, Aiitkaiax wells wereknownatThcbea of which 8 wero adulterated; SOfam-ple- a as long ago' an the time of Timerton, of vinegar, of which SI wero adul3,000 years before the beginning of tho terated. 9 samples of cppcr of which Christian era. ono wns adulterated) 12 humpies of lard, WAivrr.n UrsAXT, the Knglish novelof which 0 were adulterated, 18 samist, was Intended by his parents for tho ples of coffee, of which 10 wero adulho turned naturally to terated; church, but sample of mustard, wldch literary work. There wero exwas adulterated. Ti(k tlrcok government haa voted the amined anil found pure,,, 2 (.ample oi sum of 800,000 drachms to be expended maple syrup, 3 of maple Migar, 3 of on the reproduction of antique works cream tnrtar, 1 of baking soda, 1 each of art for the World's fair. of cloves, ginger and allspice During Moxkok county, Mich., haa bought the period named twenty-fou- r testa of nearly W.000 worth of English sparrow inllk wero made, and In twelve, case calpain three yeans d reports that the ml'k was found to bo Mow stand- there arc as many birds aa ever. '"' DKTitoiT'a new city directory contain NO BOYCOTT. which they figure 100.W4 names, from 800,000. Tho That Is What Ih American lderat!en but a present population of Drrlitr. In the Carnrf Ir Matter. last census gave the city 207,741. ho execuPrmntmnit, Aug. A Mimimiiti man who brought suit tho American federation against a railroad company for the tive board of hero Friday and after as value of a tickot which he bought, and of Jabor mot hctalon decided that no boywas unable to use, won his case. cott would bo placed upon tho Carnegie A hkckmt novelty 1 a composite The reasons for metal wheel, inado up of a skeleton of product!) nt present. ofllclil statcmeat this, according to wire for the apokes, hub and rim, the given out Friday tho night, aif that the wholebclng imbedded la cant iron. tho firm Wyoming may have council U of the opinion thatmaterial, It ia likely that enough some day. Mrs. is not turning out a woman for governor to Just fy a boyHard, a ranch owner, came within nine or of a quality, cott. This action, the statement vote of a majority at the last election. says, waa decided npoa after a Abrau WtiurtRVthe republieaa can- thorough review of the situation and didate for governor of Kaaaaa, to said consultation with, the, amalgamated to be one of the biggest taeaia the oMeiata. Should it be neiowry in statv He-i-s almeetaglaat ia atatare. fatwre to order a .hoyeett, hoover, the the oldest man ia. Vermont, and board says, it will not hesltte to do so,' . Thx probably ia New .England, la' John not withstanding tho threaii of tho firm Francis I.e Malstre, of Ilrightoa. He to use the conspiracy awj Tlie board's was bora in the Isle of Jersey, April a, action. It aavs. docs aotl movent nil w r rfcympathiwrafrom refusing uu 1784. pruuBvi JK tho lats,t summer novel the' hero- of the comvatiy-io- r aefdlna' financial ine mc thher0 by taking dtf,hr aid to tho locJicoMman. J Vlroular easpendera sail lowering them overjtho . being prepurW lsHidwlll; bo1 issued edgo of a cliff to the ledgo where ho ia Saturday, .calling for funds to aid tho clinging. sinuers. An enterprising Auburn, Me,, woman I . - .Thf jfjhrr house a, SBkaW.vo, 'Vl'e arsf Wtl"tlii. iWfca lluglngjthoroof Ph., AugmM-hhwIndlnfew days nga She wa unablo to get a of tho great wlro segciutntal corpenter to do It, as they wero too gun, which ha been progressing nt e did it busy, lllrdaborp for some time, was concluded Tiik tallest man known to the.news-pape- r at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon. Thirty-ove- n world of this country ia Francis of miles of wire J. Kelly, of Pittsburgh, who, when he an Inch thick was used. The tensile himself to hia full height, lifts strength of tho gun la 165,000 pound unfolds his bald apot soven feet above the heela 'to' tho Bijunro inch; rlaatia limit, 103,000 of his boo tn. poinds to tho Bquaro inch; elongation A ciiimnkt pleco carved from wood after rupture, fourteen per cent Tlie over, 0,00o years old ha recently been and tho gun'is IntendThe boro is in a house In Edinburgh. erected tree, wo found in n sand ed to eclipse oil of its kind of ordinary wood, nn oak previous production. Tho completing pit at Musaelburgh, thirteen fcot below of tho winding wns attended wlt'o itho surface. ' mpropriate cercDtouica, Tiik branch observatory which HarMmolliereil lij Charcoal I'umrt. vard Instituted at Arcqulpu, Peru, is ViKNNA, Aug. 18.1-fclerk in thlscity 8,000 feet above tho s a. Tho glass is a one. Natural advantages named Johnuii Singer, who had been thlrtecn-lncat this placo nre good for eome valuable out of employment for boma tlmo and who saw no mean of supporting tho observations of Mara. ItVflftlt. WKIIU, til. woman with whom ho wo living nud Al.KXAMlKIl by whom he had thrco children, deterUnited Ktate conuul In Manila, is re--" mined to kill them and then commit ported to have become a convert to suicide. Tho means employed was burnIslam, and when ho return home he ing charcoal. Ho sturted tho flro In tho expect to preach the eastern faith. room In which tho women and children Tub heirs of the Into Bomuel J. Tllden wero asleep, and inhaling the fume Into tho New York stato they soon died. Singer have paid being tho totAl mained in the room, and himself re- s I47,28:t, 'treasury from appear-anceon tho Tllden eeete 'amount of taxes he, too, died shortly ufter hie under Uio collateral Inheritance la victims, ... . , ..,,,' , , -Ti-ac1 18.-T- wlrea. J. - y, ss Uladstoalan have aat, uneasily, It is true, but still witn closed tips. Tho )ally Chronicle (liberal): The single effectlre point that Mr. Chamber lain made In his speech was that Mr. Gladstone will lioldofllco for six months without defining his policy. The Pall Mall Gazetto (liberal): Mr. Glad&one's triumph is Mr. PnrncU'a also. Twenty vcora auo Mr. Parnell bad not Ofeu entered parliament. He- foro he died ho had converted nine out of ten Irishmen against revolutionary method. Tho effect of the division I Irrevocable. Dltllcultie and delay In homo rule there may tie, but it llnal adoption Is now inevitable. Tho St. Jaine Gazette (conservative), under tho caption of 'Leaping Into Darkuesa." ay: The government wo ejected by a majority simply going it blind for tho Grand Old Man and a halt understood iden. Btivtosia's Appolntmints. IIloomimiton, 111., Aug. 13. Gen, Stevenson nnnounces tho following ap pointments for campaign s.pcech making: Indiana, September 1 to 7. Ho will then return to Illinois for ten days, and afterward will visit North Carolina, remaining until tho end of September. Ho will como back to Illinois upon closing his tour In North Carolina and will devota the most of tho month of October to work- in his own state. During tho month, however, ho will mako several speeches in New York state nt points to bo selected. ii Tat latsrnatlonal Montr Conf.renct. Wahhi.notox, Aug. 13. Senator Alll- son and Senator Jones, of Nevada, havo formally notified tho secretary of stato of their acceptance of tho appointment aa delegutca on the part of tho United States to the International money 'con ference. Similar actlon.is expected on the purt of tho other thrco delegates. No' decision-hayet been reached as' to the time and placo of holding tho con ference, but it will undoubtedly bo held at ono of the European capitals not earlier than October 1. Mratertm MasaM'a4aaM-hUarMs.- ' Pauldiko, O., Aug. 13. Paulding Is suffering from.uknd of summer whlohseema ia have' become al most epidemic, and especially among the children 4n the .lumbering commun ity, known, aa Section Eight. About twenty children havo died, not a child over two yeant old being left lit l'uulil ing. It hn been especially severe, and lias carrieiifnjrauout tnirty people.i '. ' va. . - .... in s com-plaint faco of challenge from which no body of statesmen with tho smallest senso of dlirnltr would venturo to flinch, tho The Standard (conservative): In tho fourth shot was nt nn elevation degree and the recoil was seven Inches above tho buffer. Tlmo required to bring tho gun. Into position, ono minute. The sixth shot wa fired at an elevation of fifteen degree. The charge wns thirty pounds, and tho gun rtfcollcd within thrco Inches of tho buffers and rcbonnded to a height of twelve inches. Tlmo required to get tho gun into loading position, ono minute und fifteen second. Tho seventh shot was Urcd at an elevation of threo degrees with -- 10 pound of powder. Klghth aho(, two hundred and twenty pounds of powder, at an elevation of ten degrees. Ninth. 180 pounds of powder at twenty degrees. Tenth. 100 pounds of powder at an elevation of twenty degrees. Tho time, for tho elevation of the gun from zero to twenty degrees waa thirty-on- e seconds: time for depression from twenty degrees to Uitrt3'-clgrero, seconds; time occu pied to traverse 120 degrees, fifty-foseconds. When tho gun I In a firing position it is about fifteen feet from the ground. Much delay was occasioned by passing vessels, and as CapU Heath dlil not want to sink any more schooners, firing was dono only when, tho coast was clear. The projectiles used were about three and one-hafcot long and were of cast-iroThcro will bo two more, olfieial tests of the carriage. Tho test was, ia tho languagu of the contract,"wlth stich charges us may bo suited to tent .the working and adjustment of the several part of tint carriage. The next test, which will bo on Tuesday; will be with ten rounder, full, service ehnrgc nt Mich elevations as may. bo determined by the board. Tho five ht lf n. "an alarm from William and Dingens streets. In the yardsastiof Diogeaa street flrp, raged among.,the ears 9f .merchandise. It took hose from, three, carts to reach the' daraes'from' 'the nearest hydrant. The toetsea xhowerer, prevented, the destructioa of a great number of cars, and' the loss of perhaps hundreds of thousands of dollars" worth ot.property. The can destroyed were In the midst of a great number of other COMMU1IIONIST3 POISONED. xLrly llilrty.if Them Drink Klrrtrlr lUt-- 1 IjirmA, X. Y Aug. 10. Two lottles wire mixed up in this town Sunday, with disastrous results to twenty-lir- a or tilrty members of the Presbyterian church, for the mistake resulted la tacny of thoso who attended communion services at tho church sipping tho contents Of u cup filled with a combination of powerful chemicals In tho concocInstead of wine. and nitric acids tion sulphuric nro given as components greatly diluted, of course, or tills would be a town of mourning. As It is, every tho village hud his hands full Sunday night and Monday. No fatalities arc expected to follow tho mistake, but thero arc several person who will be likely to be reminded of It painfully for many a day. A bottlo of wlno and a bottle of similar appearance, Containing battery solution, were mixed up in some way, so that the solution tool: tho place of tho wine phy-sleinn- tn lery hulotlmi In SlUUke for Ml.te. Tho firemen wncoapled a ndmbcrbf car npdy removed .them from danger., A dozen or Sr cars were thrown from the 'Lehigh tracks nhd a similar number from tho Krlo'by misplaced' switchca Tho first Intimation of any thing wrong was when the coal cars were set loose and demolished the water tank. 'Capt Wurtz, of tho eleventh precinct put a forco of a. doaen officers in the the yard as soon aa the alarm was given. The officers were unable to' And any suspicious characters. That, briefly, is what had happened up to daylight Sunday morning. But that whs only the beginning. . The strikers, or their sympathisers, have palled pins, turned switches and driven off crews. Thrco men are at the hospital badly hurt, Oae, waa assaulted at a o'clock Sunday morning, two others at 11 and another at 9 in the afternoon. The man who was assaulted at the Western New York and Pennsylvania! crossing was on hia way for the wreck-c- r at tho time and was turnlnga swltea. Tho strikers had turned switches aad thrown six cars from his train-before cars. hours to- - extricate sonsaefthe dead and Injured. A num bar at Italians employed on tlie work were 'attending services nt tno untnoiic ehareh' Monday in this city, otherwise of fatalities would havo been Ulaa-trfdtwp tfel Akron, 0.Fitmll fractured, will die; Hugh Mondaejn, Altoona, Pa., aged 40, hurt in tMnead and back; Patrick Costellq, red 05, left foot crushed; Morris f'oWaMi, aged 45, of Allegheny Pa.5flerrlbly bruised on head; City, John Erics!--,' a Swede, aged 38, feet crushed; fjdrick Hoach, aged 51, crushed & j'end shoulder; Michael Mulahb35l feett Harrington, Mass., of shoulder and side; aged 25; cHl-at- on Henry LoaaViMred 40, leg wrenched. Tho CuVaaflfhe horrible mishap l briefly WlsHows: 'A construction train In charge--' 8, Conductor Humphrey and Engineer jjCiyde Wliito lias been en- iltnM irrarl frnm thn nit tmtrtt In t Tlie lilleef, and" injured wero engaged in balliisiaic'tho roadway at a point three nrikss north of tlte pit Men day evenfif after tlie last train had been anwaded, the men boarded the cars UiallgS'ltc belg pushed ahead of the cnghaiajAo comij to their loanling yards south of camp,a,Uwjhundrods the craveiTiHt The trlaliiwa running ut a haznrdous speed, ni when it arrived at tho gravel pit, wniattYwaa to bo passed without stopping,' the switch wa open and tlie train entered tlie siding nnd 'collided cars standing in tho with some-empt- y pit The arenter number of tho work men were seated on tho first and second cars, andvwhen the long train turned in upon'; th spur bad no opportunity to jump. of thtt'tars wero piled In a ma&s' o efebrls, A"1' beneath this the 4ats were crushed. nonr M reeese Aag-- H X was coBCurred la. A resolalloa wad adopted to House recess from Awrast 1 to November 1. MrT ktoak, the member from Anderson, offered a any Wutlea pledging members aot to dr 7m during tno recess oi nmoi were "."""wndments sad substitutes --jte wl reached upon ths snd Hsnks resoluw to 1 la ac(j reiullcd la favor of the resolui. DUt no quornm voting It was lost Twenty-nvt- r thtny members failed to answer to their nsmc,.ltu0Ugb they wero In tho hall snd corridors, sutwing teat they track layerjt'for the past sixteen favored the proposed grab. at Isst years; l'aaii- -' O'Brien, aged, 74, ol agreed to postpone consideration iihU - rwtamsr'n,. ij isnafinii iiiiM lll lnlWe more. The bowe reset u M 14 i, Stat uj bat uy, , FnAsxronr, Aug. It Senate The vOltla bill was postponed till November S3. Twove-to- es were received this morning of unconstitutional bilts that the senate had passed. One was s local but from Dracxen county, snd thn other wa to regulsto the election of polleo Judges la third class cities. It provides for the election of such oncers la 1392, when the constitution provides that they shall bo elected In lew. A joint resolution providing for the publication during the coming recess of all the sets Is;ed at Ihls session wss adopted. Hocsi The house spent some tlmo this morning considering the proposition to pass another revenue bill so ss to provide for tho emergency that would arise from the veto of the other one. The bill considered this morning was introduced some time ago, and It substantially the other bill with such changes as are required by the new constitution. Tbe bill filled to go through for lack of a constitutional majority, snd the house adjourned till Monday. on tho and Kashvillo railroad, met instant death by being struck by a railroad bridge near Ilopkinsville the other morning. Louisville A rOl'mn-tXpost office has been established at Cllnc, Letcher county, and Martin V. ltatcs appointed postmaster. At Henderson Capt W. T. Rills, democrat, was renominated for congressman from tho Second district W. QoDFHEr lIUSTEn wns nominated for congress by tho republicans of tho Fourth Kentucky district at a convention at Franklin. Tun state senate passed the bill Introduced early in the session, to open tho leaf tobacco market of Louisville to all"bldder; Irrespective" Louisville Tobacco exchange Mrs. Wiix. Hattoj? nnd her stepdaughter were caught under n freight train whllo passing through tho Chesapeake and Ohio yards at Winchester n few days ago. Uoth wero horribly crushed tho llttlo girl dying in nn hour, nnd tho woman's death being but a question of a fow hours. At Onensboro the Jury In the case of Kcdruon Smith, colored, for killing Mr. Lizzie. Tracy two years ngo, has returned n verdict of guilty and has fixed his punishment at sixteen years In tho penitentiary. William Head, tho young white man daughter who ravished the of Thomas Jackson, a farmer of tho Knottsvillo neighborhood, about a week ngo, was captured tho other evening at Springfield, 111. He had crossed tho river as soon as ho .committed his crime, nnd had. been traveling since. The un fortunate girls father and hi friends have left no stono unturned to securo his capture. Ho was brought to Owens- boro nt once and lodged In jalt At a dance given at Leathcrwood tho other night Wilson Williams was shot and fatally wounded by Coone Her man. Tho tragedy was caused by gambling. William had lost heavily at poker In tho past three weeks and took tho opportunity to get revenge on Herman, who, It Is alleged, was tho winner. Herman mado Ids escnpo and la still at large.. A hand of SanctlficatlonlsU, known ns tho Jessamine Holiness association, bos been holding a series of meetings in Garrard county for several days past, and tho crowd In uttendanco is estimated at 1,000 to 1,200 people, the majority going merely through curiosity. Tho religion they teach Is indeed of a wonderful kind, claiming that they are in a stato of perfect sanctlflcatlon, one of the proponnders of tho faith declaring that he 'had not committed n single sin for over thirty years. Tho convert Is taken through n cleansing process, ultimately coming out pnrely holr. It la alleged that tho language. f By some oi vne pruacners at mis mewing would mako thq vilest sinner bluslu One of tho faith proclaimed that these narrow-seatebuggies would send a boytohelL Itovs. Kill, Orinstcad, Dover, Turner and Shannon aro conducting the meeting, which is the first ono ever held in Qarrard. Dn. J. M. Looan, of Kllgore, plucked tho whiskers out of a man who slandered tho doctor's young daughter. Fk Hillary Bkvax, contractor and builder, wns tried for lunacy at Owens-bortho other day. and was sent to tho. asylum at Ilopkinsville. His mind ornTie-Tnlerot-t- ''v S3 & MB '$' i Will Caulks, a brakeman 'mi " J'J!5R l Congreiimsn Wsrwlok Dead. Washi.voto.v, Aug. 15. Hon. John O. Warwick, member of congress from the Sixteenth Ohio district, his predecessor having been Uov. William McKInley. jr., died Sunday night in his room at the Kiggs house, of dysentery. While this now was not unexpected ia those who knew of Sir, Warwick's condition Saturdny night nnd Sunday, it came upon tho city with suddenness, and re called nncw the unusual mortality that hns nccomp.iulcd this session of congress. Tho remains will lenvo Washington Monday evening over mo rcnnsyivanta railroad, reaching Musslllon at 11:45 Tuesday morning. Tho body will be removed from the station thero directly to the Kpiscopal church, where the services, will bo held at 1 o'clock. Tho congressional committee will bo Senators Urlce nnd Hill and Representatives Hare and Donovan, of Ohlo;Curuth, of Kentucky: Cutchlngs, of Mississippi: Heard, q'f Missouri, and Ilynum, of Indiana.,. All of Mr, Warwlck'H Ohio colleagues have been notified, and will attend thalfitn-craL Frlok Nat Afra'.d of Anarch'sti. 10. Chairman Aug. PirTxni'wiii, Krick is nt one of tho Msorts within easy reach of Pittsburgh resting and recuperating. Ho left this city on Friday evening. The statement that he has taken n detective along to guard against anarchistic murderers Is pronounced Inby his business associates correct I'rick, they say, is not nt all alarmed and does not licllcvo thnt another from this source will bo mado upon him. The chairman will return Tuesday. . ' Still Burning Cars. Hi'tTAi.0, N. Y., Aug. 10. The striking switchmen havo reuuwvd tkeir destruction of railroad property. Ono hundred nnd fifteen cars uro reported to have been set on fire on tho trucks outside the city line Monday morning, nnd wero burned. Tho purpose of this intcst outrage is said to block the track so thnt trains can not bo sent through. The switchmen's strike promises to ciu. brace nil tho roads centering here. nt-ta- ' so-.-h- )!"- live-Inc- nting tho full operation of the prvcnt mense amount of damage in this county extent of the new transcontinental sys- inuron j ar.it niijoiiimg counuen iu nuu d So xvxn and other growing crops. tem. ,'Tho? iraln v'as,bruntf-ueenglno to red lights and was vtcll they been that wholo fields of filled." oats havo been destroyed. t Columbus' Monument on tns Way. . iT,oafDtstaqei TeUpnone. ,; List pono'rs to Bailor It'ggln. NkW York,- Aug. li A message ' PiiiLAnKLliilA, Aug. ID. T)iu remains Ni:w Your, Aug. 13. Tho chairman M. of Clinrfes W, Iliggin, tho. bqatswuln's. of tho executive vommittco for tho mon- cabled from Pari announces that Olllot, inspector of telegraphs in the, matq of the U. S..S., llalllmore,, who, ument of, Christopher Columbus the' following cable from Prof. Krennh capital, had succeeded In over--' was killed iu Valparaiso by Cnlllan Giiltano Ilusso, the sculptor of the mon- coming tho difficulty heretofore c.per-- : soldiers, Vtra ihtenid at Woodland Fully 0,000 men wero in ument; "K. S. 8. Gurigllano, carrying lencccd in telephoning long distances cemetery. under tho ruonumentof Christopher Columbus said, water. His apparatus, it was the funeral procession. would render itpossiblo to convert sailed Friday morning from Genoa diAfter BIX Weeks' Itleniu. between New' York nnd Paris. rect to New York. m The j, LAXCA8Tr.it, Pn., Aug. 10. Puddlsrs Bsppy. Iron Co. nnd the Columbln lacttsna flonser Dial. NoitltlSTOW.v. Ph.. Aoir. IX The nud-- '. Iron Co. started work Monday after six Maiitinsvim.k, Ind., Aug. 13. John Nutter, aged "5 years, died Friday. Ho dlers of Hooran's rolling mill havo licunj weeks' 'suspension. Tho puddlers acccntaj cept ,a reduction of from t to fs!.fl." n owned over 3,000 acres of flno land ad- grunted nn Increase of t.cnty-flv- c joining this city. He lived In this vicin- a ion over mo rniv now pain, niamug ton. About 00.1. men uro employed at tho mill. their wage hereafter 13.75 a ton. years. ity sixty-tivdestrue-tlvcj'haved o ICnsh," tho celebrated pug dog, owned l.t. A A. Pitt, died Monday. Ho wa fltn years old, n'udl valued at WOO.- - .Ho had been cxhltmeu at ucnen snows in New York, Chicago, Cincinnati, ltnltl-mor, ,. ii, St Paxil, Itlchmorid and btlier s first places, and took twenty-on- e rtrsT Train. w The St. Paul,, 'Minn.,.' Aug. 15. At'rrtd prices. ..man-i"A Fisgui of GrasihOBstrs. Sunday evening tho first regular t through train on Uio Great Northern to r Norwai.k, O., Aug. 10 Grasshoppers Kpokanoicft tho union depot, Inauptr-- ; In 'countless numbers arc doing an im e, Valuable, rug Dog Dead. CoLUMiit's, O., Aug. 10. "Champion . llll 111 he men were in tho employ of Mc-Arthari llros., contractors, nnd when 7i amaeriqtendent Wells was asked for that . They say the Erie is thoroughly de? taa aartise of the accident ho said some-bod- y account of the Strike, and moralized on left the switch open. The camp to that .every side track on thotBuffale whleh thc dead and injured were division is complctly blocked., Tim Weafbt Monday presents night trains of freight cars standing on sid- jej'acene of. a battlo-tiulUnder ings at Checktowaga, the railroad sab-- ; aauni tnc six oouiest i.iKen irom ue urb" of Buffalo, were, burned Sunday wise, aro lying side by side, and from i night Hia'adjolninvr tents the moans of tho , The Lehigh has called on the sheriff rrnundrid and dying could bo hearth, for protection. He sent six deputies te Rev. .father J. M. Jacquctt, of thlscity, the scene nnd twlll swear In fifty mere VM?sniiraoncd, and ho administered Monday morning. The police have ktrlost sacraments of the Catholic yards' In seven out of eleven precinct Jto Frank Hughes and Patrick in tho city to guard and all the reserves 0, who arc In a dying condition. are called out The man arrested Saa-da- y AKV lie physicians of tho city and for assault has been charged with, neljfhbfrring village aro upon tho rioting. gn,i. rendering am to the sutlers. FEARFUL WORK APREDJCTION. Of a Mad Hull at OalllpolU, O. Three' Attacks Twe IttatoMelluped That It Will Not Como Homes Gored to -H Tr- Men After Urine Fatally Wounded. . ,. ',', .'n WAflHXOios, Aug. 10. A gentleman aALi.rrof.is, O., Aug. 13. John Nlday had a large, flno thoroughbred short- conversant" It h the affairs of the corhorn, which was about four years old. porate interests of America said MonHo had raised tho animal, and It was day, that probably next year will sec not regarded a dangerous, but Satur- iaitiis'conntry, coincident with the day morning it escaped from home' and WarM's fair, tho greatest strike went to' Go?. Mar tie's, about two miles in the history of labor off, and got among his horses and gored the most widespread nud fully of lnbor thrco in such a 'manner that they died. organised demonstration After much trouble they got him agpkast capital ever known, lloth sides homo again, when he took after- - Edi ara.Making preparations for thostrug-gl- ; worn Mday, knocked him dawn and and Hugh O'Donnell Is reported as threw him about as ho would a feather bavhsgsaid in a letter that the year of the pillow. Tho enraged animal then start-- " .WajW'a Columbian exposition will havo cd for Mr. Warder's pasture field, one exposition tho very shadow and wherein his horses wcrv,qultly feeding. aaeMcCpf which Is already making tho A gun waa finally prbcured. ""A young plwtecfrts tremble. . man named Hlvcly'took aim and shot n p it " ajaealloa to Warwick' Huctcnor. the animal square in the head. He feu, 0 Aug. 10. Congressman stretched.ont his massive frame cm the green .award nnd It was thought waa 'vferyvlfk's. death leayes tho question of dead, but when Hlvely went up to him hia saeactsor for the unexpired term U ftU0u- - Opinion hero among to cut Ills throat, he arose' like lightboth parties differ as to ning and charged upon him with. ytii taeMci ecessor shall uo elected ferocity. Hlvely took to his. heela and whether eenth or the now Eight- barely escaped' with his life by' getlfug from tho The old is stroniriv dem- by, eenth dls Into n brush heap that waa-neawhere kc,wrs safe until ho reloaded ocratic and b ntw almost a stroniriv his gun and put six more ' shots into reimblicanA decision of the iuqstion hlni. Flv6" of the 'seven shot pene- is lookedferylth much interest, a It trated his skull, from which the brains determlnii'fte politics of the new mem- - r. increased Vt De-th- troub-lea'kn- 'd ... "t Al-- d Ev-Am- i, ooicd. , A Nt. LoaU Sovelty, A h and Arthur Hurtx, both eight yearn of age, packed themselves into nn unused Friday, and tho lid foil down, fastening them In. They wero both dead when found by tho father of tho Hurt boy. A Drnamltir Dud. lee-bo-- Taey Wanted to Oil Cool and Did. Prico IiAnhino, Mich., Aug. that It has reliable information that' United States Senator (lenrgo F. Hoar, ha placed his reblgnatlon in the hand of his colleague to bo handed ta the vleo" president upon tho reassembling of congress. - - Senator Hoar to Resign. Nkw lli:i)Kinn, Mass., Aug. 15. Tho Mercury, Saturday morning, announce j California Fruit Bhlpmsnt. San Fiia .(Cisco, Aug. 15. During last I'ilil.ADKl.i'iilAiAug.lS. Mlclmel Har-kln-s, tho dynamiter who was arretted neck iilb carloads, containing 3,810 tons f green fruit, wero shipped east front. and Imprisoned for trying to kill Queen Victoria on her Jubilee day in 18S7, died California over the Central Pacific. So Dr. Gallagher, who waa far this season 0,000,000 pounds more here Friday, iruu nas uceu iiuppvu tnan last year. with him at the time, U still lu prlsoo. wa affected by grippe. Ho is sixty fonr years of age and'l a native of Nelson county. Tho prize snnlto story" of tho season comes from lluenn Vista, near which place four momlers of a family named Melntyre nnd the colored cook nro reported to have died from tho ciTocts of eating cooked cabbage, lnsldo of which was a spreading viper. nificent one. StHltl Onlrreil Out. Hoheiit Ot.oVKll wo bitten by a mad Midget Wedded. KxoVTai:, Tcnn., Aug. 10. Monday dog ut Soldiers a fow days ago. Ho N'.nirs Oap'ur 270 Oav'.cts. Nkw Yonic; Aug. IX Victoria hall, A'Asiiviixk, Tenu., Aug. 10. A tole the cntita military forco of tho city wat vent to Lexington, whero a grain from Victoria, received Monday, was tho scene of a unique wedding ordered ia report for duty. The troopt mndstono was effectively applied. Ho Suudny night, when midgets were made who vent' through states that tho miners captured tho UTS tho thrilling carries u guarantee from tho mudstono They wero Leopold convict at Ininnu nt 8 o'clock, and man und wife. year uio backward about doctor thnt he will never feel tho efICahn, better known to the public as brought them to Victoria for shipment returning Jto the sceuo of the former fects of tho blto on a forfeit of WOO. to Nashville. No property was In- Admiral Dot, und Miss Lottlo Nuoml troubles,1 and It I with dlfllculty that Hkxjaiii.v 1). McIUk, a leading clti-le- n Swnrtwood. Tho ceremony was accord- the jured. wonlwitli uniforms ou can be of Christian county, died at his ing to tlie Jewish ritual. haudWd.Wl-- ' 'Prof. McLiuvUlln Drowuol, homo near Pembroke after n brier IllWholo Tralu llurnlng. II o was n Hoston, Aug. Id. -- lieorgo McLaugli-lln- , ness tho other evening. JHa'llet on Cnttirll. HurrAiio, N. Y , Aug. 15. At 3 o'clock nssistnut professor In tlia MassaliOUisVH,i.B, Ky., Aug. IX Charles prominent Knight of Pythias, and wus chusetts institute of tceh ideology, wnj Monday morning word was received Holllgerf the Turf exchange Mon- buried by tho lodge. cars on the day folafrsphed tho Covington pool drowned whllo awimuiiug off Lynn that u train of forty-twHexrv Shannon accidentally miuch beach. Ho was 20 years old nnd ex- Krie roud, tilled with fine merchandise, rooms saaii-.tbo placed tin t'orbett at hK young cousin, Mothach Warfleld, a mile fkm'oI William Hreot, was burn-Intremely brllitaut and popular, llli ctds of 'J to), which they ptbtvd Monday. vvliilo .upilnel shooting, near Frankfort fKi.wlv, with no protection. borne wan in Maiden. e. Wood-hounds experi-enceofiao St. Louirf, August 15, One of, the most attractive foature In the illumination of tho pity during tho.f all festivities will bo a large globe, which wil! ,bo erected nt the'intcrsectlon of ltroad-wnnnd Olive streets. This globe U 100 feet In cin umference and all the continents and tho large Islands of tho ocean will bo painted on its surface. Tho ocean, seas and lakes of the world will bo designated by incandescent lights. It will take for this purpose 6,000 Incandescent lamps of etch. Tho effect of this monster globe, lighted up will be a magy )WMd - HU Father. Ai'ny2,35BAg. Id. Report of a most unnatural tragedy camps from Kound ItaastJ'a small town near here. A. 11. AalsT.asas waylaid on his way homo and.fhe't off his horse, his body being riddtoi with bullet-holtMaUed tho fugitive" from the spot to the Ash home and developments rcMiltodlilthe arrest of young Will Ash, chaifed with tho inurtler. Father and son had hot words lust week, when young Aa Jhroatened hi parent's life. Kvery cvMea'ce goes to show that young Ash did the'foul deed with mallceaforo-thoughUMjf- c o, m tWt !Jaaarv:' , 'jiji1 (.' - BSa" Ik' ISP-- ' 'Nr i i'iw! a ' - rdttv. ' 'bitw-Ja'. ...-'- ' s fi-'tf f , 1?P'f'rtWi'w- M '"-- - Mt . r.jBv'jB3Bagamy ,maS&m- I S '"" ""- '- -. " - - , ivwit'W' '' ; - LWHUBBBBBBaBBBlBBBBBBWBBBBBmeawamBBBBB ns.ffia::i';ffgfeg . . fr . i .. js,- i .. at Ud4 ,' I WllW hi . .vmiii .- -. i ,, s Afti .if e"ii i ii f' t jbfitf ful- -l iM t"J.I l'lijil -ttJ i h ViULk I ,.,-- ..uu,t:.Y m .., s - - py - 'if iagM.i'rr1-f y.p - -- ia - --. J5E2 r THE HICKMAN COURIER. Published Every Friday by &SkK" i5 tP.. iK ' r - GEORGE WARREN f Hlokman. Kentucky. Office .f THE HICKMAN COURIE IIP IBM OLDMT miWIFAFim IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. 1859. FINE JOB PRINTING XCXKCUTIED WITH REATHESS AID D1SPATCL SAUK BILLS, Jackion Street, neil door to Clt Hall ENVELOPES, LETTER HBA.Dt BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Prlcoof Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. Mr. LAOKlilirm lives nt Topckn. Tint diameter of Mars In 4,400 miles. 700 d. ESTABLISHED CItlMK Head HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY., Fill DAY. AUGUST THE CLOSE. TUB DIP GUN. It Weigh. In 19, 1892. AT LOUISVILLE. ' niugiilfles TllK Lick telescope times. O.ik crton In prcr nine ! Crushed and Other Marks on a Young Woman'i Corpte, Tiik spectroscope show nlrnnd water on Jlnrn. Km V. Hi ucin:i. discovered tlio polar Icp enp of Mars. Youit, Mont., Inm n natural Ice inlnn In n ffiilch near tliprp. Tiikiik am floo.ooo commercial traveler In tlio United States. Tub elm tree worm are causing much damage In Sew Kngland., A rakpn rrom tlm Ohio llhrr lljipo.ltr Tlist Cllj llio IVomnn l'rii,:iblr,Mu-- , l.rril anil the llodf lluiinl Into' Hi. ItapliU of Ilia I all." k 1&- -- of Ware county, Georgia. A M Anil. ami wMow sot a boar trap ami caught a young man. No i.r.nA thuu fifteen thouinml police inpii nro employ pl Irl London. Mah la tiro llnirn na bright now as ho will bo when ou tlio far side of tlio sun, Th postmaster of I'olo, Ma, tcars the remarkable imuia of U. 12. Bldebot-torn. twix watermelon l'a fruit freak MmAUitmttm'i forty-nin- e time. and one-ha- lf bknyinyTA days long, eartu Thn lnlrt fu.l In Crlf!eld, Md., la to takn your girl out riding In a baby carriage. CillXA linn no telegraph poles. The people hare m superstition ngalnst tlirin. Vv to Auguat I the World' fair had spent literally paid out ofll-cln- ltioh.xsrrn'ei: IUonssos: get a pen slon of 4.0 a year from the Norwegian storthing. to Ixi Tiik totnl amount of raised In N.ev York city in 1JM is nearly minute. Tiik length of a day on Mara twenty-fou- r hour and thirty-seven la tn I34,ooo;uoo. I.ooiriM.R, Ky Aug. 13. Marks of crime hovo lccn ft inil on tho tho woman washed ashore nt Willow Point, lint., opposite thta city, nud Identified as the rcmalm of Mary Ijcngel, n former cliambcnnn d of lick-ert- 's hotel, this city. The ot glnal the-or- y was suicide. After the police and dclcctlro departments of ths two cities tiad dropped tho caso a irpirlcr found thn womuii had leen outrsgid and mur" dered by two men. Four tniys Wnlter I'nrrel, ainea Mor mon, thas. Holjyjitcli atl Wilbur Hmltli, snv two men 'rag a woman ttirough Hydo I'aik, a suburof Jeffcr-aonrlllInto Snturday nlglt tarage hor near tho river bank, Ixnt Ker and then drag her to tho bar bcl6''tho riiniiaylvanta brldge.Tjhere, tho iioman"acrcaiulng, as'liix wero ruined down on her head. One ot tho men wore n dark, stubby Ward, a derby hat, black coat and vwt nud a light pair of trousers Tl.o boy were so frightened that the) wero afraid to talk until last nlht when one of them recognised n"Vl' turn of the dead woman Inn dally paer as being that of tho woman they had seen in tho hands of tho two men. A trip to the river show evidence of a desperate struggle, and the woman s fan was found there. Tho men probably killed the woman and then hurled the body into the rapids of the falls Tho. head was crushed in, nnd this Is thought to have i caused by the lwtiy striking the rucks LOOSE QUSINESS METHODS. n double lHxty of -c. rilftt K-ei- the Inm llnll rvcelrertihlp case.'Frtday The testimony elicited was stnmg enough to lead tho plaintiffs toliclicis that ijrocclvur will bo nppolntciU. Soiiierfiy, although having sttpmna llnnque dp Paris. authority, admitted that he had never Ix one of OUdstona' own election brought. hi friend are said to hare expended given bond until this suit. was 009, with and then only In the sum of t?40,000 In hi behalf. n security. This Chop expert catlmnt. that the two a Detroit undertaker 1 not bond has uot been approved and Dakota will produce 133,000,000 bushin forov. el of wheal thta ypar. Supreme (.'ashler Davis Is under I 'i0.- Tiik fattest timn In which a train baa 000 bond, the witness said, but one been know n to travel la n mile in forty-nin- p the sureties is dead. 8omerby admitted second and a fraction. that tho time for which the sliprrmri.it A Citl.xr.sr. sect liellcvc women ting nnd ottleers had Jjccn elected itw that by emlTaciiiff vpgrtarlanUm will Xny yenrs), bad expired. comp nirii on the judgment day. He could point out no nuthorlty for A. A. lEom.N!ox, of the Santa Fe railthe present Unly Jo exist, except a s.v road neclrtil an plghly-pouiu- l water- thin tiuthorlxllig a special call ot the melon from Te.aa the other day. sitting. CAI.iruliMA haa tlio biirvtt aoln know where any Tho witness did t fountnln In the world. It it a natural of the order's reserve funds lake, and haa 12,000,000 worth nf aoda (3,030 In this city, had been InvestO'l In It renlrcd by the constitution. Wiirx the ahah of IVrala poeK on count a tit Davis had soma transact! ns hi holiday outlnjr In the aummcr time Involving some lOl.OiW, but Soinir y ha U accoinpautetl by three hundred did not know how this money was wire a. liought V, IC Vander-bllt'ayneTiik men FRAUDULENT FOOD-- T" the AIts, under water, expect to make. 1300,000 out of the trans- An.ly.U nt Ctilirinlttit, o., sliuw Mor. A!yIitr.ktlfty,cnt,luprcae In the prise Of tiint)irtiriti "coal J1 promised al an carry dny. A Moscow dentist has successfully mndp false teeth a fixed place In toothless gum. Tiik Spanish government haa concluded a loan of 110,000,000 with the riiuirrliT, of Hip Iron llsfl, pluUe-- . Som. I ; ; ' UstnsKlaa A'linll"i llrt.VAIo'i.ls, 'Aug. IS. Supreme Justice Somerby wus on the stand tr. f nt rv-.-p- . action. Tlisn Unit Ailullrrnlnl wrlhlnc nearly ti pound, and excellent to eat. ArTiioriHATlosa made by the first of thcNl'lfty-ecinconurevt Jiut cloiel amounts to 1507,000,000 In round nen-hld ak of thn Himalayas the Icy In India, thrrc li n "unow maifirot," Ox flfftireftv i name, the next new cniUcr, the In Iunor of the friend of Im-Udl- a, I"at: riKl.n nk Secretary Tracy to AliTiaiAN well wrro known at Thcbea n lone a po a the time of Tlmcrton, of tlio 8,000 yeara Iwforo the ChrlMlan era. W'Alir.H hrcA.T, the KtilUlt iiotpI-U- t, wo inti'iidnl by hi parcnta for tho church, but tin turned naturally to literary work. Till: lireok pirornment ha rotcil the expended aum of 800,000 drachms to on tho reproduction of untlqun works of art for the World' fair. Moxnor county, Mich., ha lxi?ht 1 Coltimbn. nearly f 4,000 worth of llnllih sparrow calpa In thn-- yrarn, and rcxortn that thern aro a many birds ns ervr. DiiTitotr'a new city dlrectorj contains 100,3I name, from which they fiifurti out a present iwpulatlonof 800,000. Tlio last census gut" the city 207,741. A Mimiihmiti mnu who brought suit Biinst a railroad company far tho Talne of a ticket which he Knight, and niu unable to use, won hi case. A hkcknt novelty Is a composite metal wheel made, up of n skeleton of wlro for tho spokes huh arid rim, tho whole being linbtildctl In cast Iron. It Is likely that Wyoming may have n woman for goTcrnor aomo day. Mrs. Hani, a much owner, came within nine vote of n majority at the lust election. A lilt Alt W. Smith, the republican for (,'ovrruor of Kansas, Is said to bo one of the biggest men In tho htata lie"! almost a giant In stature. Tiik oldest man In Vermont, and probably In Now Kuglaud, Is John Krancls I.o MnUtre, of Hrlghton. Ho wait born In tho Isle of Jersey, April 4, can-dldn- If t 'O pe;plo of Ohio liuvo any iloulit ot the adulteration of food articles that ll y buy n purs and wholesoiue, but n Jch arc wlckett frauds they need ' ut take which a gliinco ut the summar Is given below of tho nualysli of food iNiught In tho opn mar ket by Food nnd Dairy Commissioner McNeal. During May, June nnd July of this year there ctv an .lyed 13 rumples of oleomargarine, of which 1J were ndulteratcil; 14 sample- "f tmttcr, of which H wero nilnltci ot. I, 80 sm pies of vinegar, of which 21 inJ samples of jcpp r if which one w ns ndulterntcd; 12 sann s of lard, 1H sam of which ft were nduttcruti ndulpie of rolfrc, of which 10 terntcd, I sample of inns' d, which Then werv exwas Adulterated. amined and found pure, - miples ol 3 ot mnplo syrup, 'J of maple s cream tartar, I of baking - la, 1 each During of cloves ginger untl ullsp ir testa ot the period named twenty-milwero made, aud III ' clvo cases the mtjk was found to bo ' w stnnd- Col I'MIU'P. O., Aug. IS. ndul-teratit- l. r, iinl NO That I. llrchli-- BOYCOTT lhtIn tlm .linrrlrmi t'Hrurcli lit. I rilrrntlon MUfr. o 10 execu- I'lTTMirilOII, Aug. Ixianl of the Amerlc: 'deration i after nn of Jatior met licro Friday it no lKiy- sctalou decided cott would Ik) placpd upon e Carneglo jinxlucts nt present Th ' casons for - j ' clinging. strikers An enterprising Auburn, Mo,, woman Tlio Wlr. Href !iMitl dun. if her houso n vwns shingling tho roof Aug. 13- .- Thn winding nrAPt.NO, She wok unable to get u few dava "go. It, as they wero too of the great Ilrnwn "Ire scgcmenttil cnrptMiter to do gun, which hns been nt busy, o she did It herself. HlnlAbor)) some lime, wns concluded Tiik tallest man known to tho news- nt H o'clock for Thirty-seve- n Friday nftcrnotm. paper world of this country In Francis miles of wiro of who, when ho J. Kelly, of Pittsburgh, an Inch thick was used. Tho tensile unfolds himself to his full height, lifts strength of tho gun Is Ifi.Vooo pounds his bald hpot hoven feet oIhivo the hroln to tho square inch; clu'stio limit, 105,000 of his boots pleco carved from wood pounds to tho squnro Inch; olongnlioii A ciHMNKV rupture, fourteen per cent Tho over 0,000 year old bus recently been after nnd tho gun is IntendTho boro h erected In n house In IMInburgh. ed to eellpso nil of Its wood, tin oak tree, wus found In n sand previous production, kind of ordmnry q'u completing pit ut Musselburgh, thirteen feet below of the winding was attended w iti tho surface. ceroDionles Tub branch observatory which llnr-var- d Sinnlhrri-i- l liy Charcnil llmM, at Arcqulpn, I'eru, Is Instituted Viknna, Aug. 18.1-- A clerk in thiscity Tho glass Is a r.OOO feet above tho sea. thlrteendnch one. Natural udvnntuges nniued .lohiiiiu Singer, who had been employment at thin place nro gocwl for some valuable out ofsnw no menus for somo time and who of supporting tho observations of Mars. woman with whom ho and Au:xam)i:h lliitii. Wkiiii, th by whom ho hnd three was livingdeterchildren, coiihiiI In Manila, Is reUnited States mined to kill them und then cminlt ported to have become u convert to suicide. Tho means employed wns burnwhen ho returns homo ho Ihliim, and ing charcoal. Ho httirted tho fin' in tho expects to preach tho eastern faith. room In which tho women and children TllK heirs of tlio luto Huinuel J, Tllden wcto nslccp, unit Inhaling t10 funic? havii paid Into tho Now York stato they soon iliod. Singer himself retho total mained in iwlng U7,2S:i, treasury tho room, nd from appear-nnee- s amount of Iiim- on tho Tllden csto he, too, died shoitly uftor hie tlio collateral InhcrlUiico lar. under lctlnis. ii , given ont Fridoy night v thnt tho it tho Ann council Is of the opinion is not turning out rnoi i material, or ot n quality to ju fy n loy- cott This action, the stntoment decided Mirn. xva nix i after a thorough review of tho untlou nnd consultation with tho n lalgnmntcd ofllclnls Should it bo ncc 4nrj' In the futiim to onler u boycott, flyover, tho lioaril suys, It wilt not hcslttK to do so, nntwlthhtiindliigtho thri'ats of the firm to use tho conspiracy luwsj Tho Iward's action. It snvs does not nrvenl till 1781. 'fcympntlilrcrsfrom refuslnjr all product I.N tho latent summer novel tho hero-In- o of tho company or scutlhi financial hares tho hero by taking OIT her aid to tho liKitcd-ou- t mcju ' auspendent and lowering them over tho I being prcpureVl nm1vilL bo Issued edge of iv clUT to tho ledge whero ho Is Sntunlay, culling for funds to aid tho -- this, according to tho ofllc statement l., live-Inc- j I flRuii t '' -- tlm Nrlclihorliiiof! "f Thirty Ton. uml I'lrr. prlr M Hundred Against tho Appolntmont IoMomborsof Prtrllnmont Crowdoi n rmiiiil. nl .strliil 'lno lllr. ed tho QallorloB. colvor for tho Iron HrdL Nkw Yoiik, Aug. IX Tho first official disappearing pneu-ninttest of tho gun carriage was inudo nt tho Ijiilionllimt llrniicli llnuil. anil Tliclr In- Illail.tniir. Surrra. Chilmril to llo I'nr- proving ordnanco United Olil Mini Will .Mr, Somrrlir It.- nrll's AUn..'li-(lrni- il States i Inaril In Ar.rpt lluml mnl'tlr- HI. Hi. grounds at Sanity IIools Large OITcr to l.rnre tlio Iron Hull, KSiilir u m (liivrrninrnl. Tho tests wero mado under tho supervision of tho lionrd of ordnnnco and he r).vt)o.v, Aug. Dally News, fortlllcntlnns They were directed by deIxniANAl'ons Ind., Aug 10. describing tho sccno In parliament Cnpt Frank Heath, In charge of the veloped Monday that petitions It benro Thursday, said: ing circulated anions tho membersbin proving grounds, nsslstcd by Lieut. "Tho members crowded the gnllerles, Wheeler, of the ordnance department of tlio subordinate branches, snt In pairs on tho steps of tho gang- At exactly 11;30 the Hret shot wns fired. iron nan, entering n protest Order of ngnlnst way, swarmed around thn speaker's Tic gun is n brccch-londc- r of high the nppolntmeiit of n receiver upon tho chair nnd stood In n dense throng nt the power, Is twenty-nin- e feet In length, jppllcntlon of nny three members bar. It wns n magnificent nudlcnco, weighs thirty tons ami fires a projectile cqucstliig tho supreme sitting nnd and tho aud Mr. Chiimbcrlnln played upon It neighing f75 pounds. The gun Is conupreine officers to prcscut such ft pro-ewith tho skill of n master of parlia- nected w ith the carriage by two powerto tho court having tlio enso in mentary debate. Ho commenced his ful nnns, nud when raised to n firing and. speech in a studiously quiet mnnucr. position Is nt n height of eight feet Tho protest nlso expresses npproval ltcfcrrlng to Mr. Hcaly's nctlon nt above tho cnrrlngc. To load nnd moko ic nets of the supremo officers nnd of ot adjournment of the house ou ready for firing requires only five minio laws relating to sick, death aud en- Tuesday, in tho gentlest tones, ho utes It is all done by compressed air awinont benefits and tho collection of said ho noted that whenever It wns do manipulated by one man. Tho ptojec-tli- o for paying tho same, nnd sired' to exhibit discourtesy townrd nny wns pi need on, n loading 'tray, nnd supreme officers are requested to mnnor to any woman, he added, after n by tho turning, of a small wheel the lift vigorous defense lavvutei !...-- . JITi significant pause, Ilealy presents him-ao- tray wns raised to the breech of tho gunj Wc to ccoinplkvhstLTbeJettMJ'- -. cr. in Its si mo projcciiio was rnmmcti nuiuu uy hugely, delighted Mr. ChAmberlaln' n telescopic rammer. Two sacks of ncvolcnt relations, may be prcsetTed. pun that Labouchere be called upon powder followed tho proJccUlo into tho Another matter developed Monday of to reconcile the Interests of the cabinet breech. jrcneral interest Certain officers of tho with tho interest of trutlu Mr. ChamTho sacks contained 180 pounds The lo al branches under the laws are com-p- e berlain's peroration was delivered elevation wus three degrees The tlmn leillo glvo bond, nnd n clrculnrhas with much more appearnneo of pas- required to bring the gun down to the come V) light In which tho supremo sitsion than he usually penults himself to butTcra was one minute nnd fifteen sec- ting ciutlons the subonllnnto branches show. When Sir Henry Juinc nsked onds Thu second shot wo fired ut that ian vof these bonds arcdnsufllcient whether Hright nnd Vllllers wero npos-tate- s three minutes of 12 o'clock at nn eleva- The 4iprcmc sitting also claims to havo or whether those wero who, to tion of twenty degrees Tho projectliu mad J n enreful examination ol tlio gain plnco nnd power, changed their contained 250 pound of powder, n I'lillJdelphla bank, nnd it notifies tho principles he turned and angrily pointcharge such as Is used In tiino of sulxMlnnto branches that the ed at Mr. Gladstone, whereat tho conbanll is in good condition to furnish war. servative loudly cheered, while Mr. At on elerntlon of twenty degrees secuity for local officers, nnd that the Olmlstotio snt silent, probably thinking the projectile splashed the sea ulna supreme sitting will accept tho guaran of how ho had, for conscience's sake, In miles nwnj, When the gun recoiled tees of'tho bank on such bonas. under 1S, broke up ouc ot tho biggest ma- It enmo within two Inches of tho buf- the law the brunches have control ot jorities of modern times and had gono fers and, in less than ten seconds, their own reserve fund, the supremo forth Into the shades of the opposition. having power to draw ono on tho buffers Into ' After n deprecatory shout, leading hail sunk gently It is with a charge sitting nnnunlly Many ot tho branches loading position. seveuvh I.ight Hon. Henry Chaplain, who was like hls that the carriage Is supposed liac turned over tho entire fund to the delnermg a speech, to resume his sent, to work perfectly. This was the high- supreme fitting rather than take the the conservatives shouted for Sir est elevation llred from nny enrringo responsibility of keeping It ihe Vernon llnrcourt, who only suilled with tho new gun in this iLughvlllu branch has $600 deposited nnd stroked Ids chin. country. Tho third shot was fired nt It that way "When Mr Chnplnln had spoken for nn elevation of three degrees, nnd tho iTuwdny Its trustees will Inako a fprtj-dvminutes 1)r, Tauncr walked projectile contained 100 pounds of powfor tho return ot tho money, fail-In- f up to hltn with it- - glass of water In his der. Tho recoil brought the gun within In which suit will be brought. hand, however, took no eighteen inches 'of tlio buffrrs, nnd thu Other branches would take similar ncnotice of Dr. Tanner's action, nnd time required to get It In loading posi- tlon but for the reason that the applicacibnly propcedeil with his speech.'1 tion for n receiver having been made tion wns two minutes nnd forty-fivTho l'ost: "A sight "mom enrnest or seconds. this puts nil funds subject to order of imprrssirc tlmn Friday's secno In parTho fourth shot wns nt nn elevation coutt. It Is said by Somcrby's friends liament has randy been witnessed of flvo degrees and the recoil wns seven that ho once offered (25,000 yearly within tho walls of bt. Stephen's. Inches above the buffer. Time required scltry by an old line insurance comdefented, flie Unionists will to bring tho gun into position, ono pany If he would drop the Inm Unit and undiminished in numlcra and minute. The sixth shot wus fired ntnn take up life Insurance. Mr. Somerby Is unfailing tu resolution. Mr. Gladstone elevation of fifteen degrees. The sail to hnvo declined liecnuse It would will havo to deal with tho strongest charge wns thirty pounds, nnd tho have ruined his reputation hnd ho and most united minority that ever as- gun recoiled within three inches of the turned nroiind and fought the organizasembled In parliament" buffers nnd rebounded to a height of tion he had spent so much time nnd Tho News. The government of twelve inches Tiino required to got otatory In buil ling up. Is virtualthe gun Into loading position, one minly dead. It Is noticeable that the whole ute und fifteen seconds. Tho seventh COMMUIIIONIST8 POISONED. of Mr. Chamberlain's remarks were ad- shot was fired at nn elevntlon of three lilrrlrle Xrly Thirty nl Tlirin DrlnU lor l I lint-- 1 dressed to the lllierals. That does not degrees with 210 pounds of powder. ir. Irr .dlnllim In JIl.tHk look ns If he thought the torles hud any Klghth nhot, two hundred nnd twenty ijir.Mt, N Y.. Aug 1'" Two tnit ties future or lin nnythlug to gain by golnjj pounds of powder, nt an elevation of wire, mixed up in this town Sunday, over to them. ten degrees. Nlntli. ISO pounds ot The Standanl (conservative): In the powder nt twenty degrees. Tenth. 100 with disnst rotis results to twenty-flvfnco of challenges from which no body pounds of powder at an elevation of or Cnrty mcoiliep. of the Presbyterian chuTt'i. for the mistake resulted In of statesmen with the smallest sense of twenty degrees Tho tlmo for tho dignity would venture to flinch, tho elevation of the gun from 7cro to twenty meny of th"swho attended communion ser ici-- nt tho church sipping tho ISlsdklontnns hnvo sat, uneasily, it I degrees was thirty-on- e seconds; tlmn contents of n cup filled with a true, but still with closed ilps. for depression from twenty degrees to i.itnhination of ixiwcrfill chemicals Tho lUlly Chronicle (lllcral): The xero, thirty-eigh- t seconds; time occu In tho concoc-- t stead of wine. single cnYctlrc point that Mr. Chamber- pied to traverse 120 degrees, fifty-fou- r sn'phurie and nitric acids on lain made In his speech was that Mr. seconds. When tho gun Is in a firing ing.ien ns components greatly nindstonc will hold olllco for six montlis position it Is nlwut fifteen feet from the hlutid of coure, or this would be a without detlulng his olIcy. ground. delay was occasioned town of mourning. As It Is, every phy-s- i Much The Fall Mull (luzelto (liberal): Mr. by passing vessels nnd ns Capt Heath mil in the village, hud his hands full Gladsonc's triumph is Mr. Farnell's did not want to sink nny more schooners fatal!-,'c- s also. Twenty yeans ago Mr. I'apiel! firing was done only when tho coast unday night and Monday. No are cxpcited to follow tho mistake, had not even entered parliament wns clear. then' are several persons who will died he had romcrtol nine nut The projectiles used wero nbout three lmt nkely to W reminded of it painfully be of ten Irishmen against revolutionary nnd one-hafeet longnnd were of cast-iro- for man') a day. A bottlo of wine and methtxls. The effect of the division is There wijl bo two more, official contnin-m- g DIHlcultles nnd delays In tests of the carriage. Tho test wns. In i bottle'of s milnr appenrnnce, Irrevocable. battery solution, were mixed up in homo rule there may W, but its final the language of the contract, with such wax . so that the solution took tho adoption is now Inevitable. charge ns may bo suited to test the some of the wine. The St Jnines daotU-- (consprvntlve), working nnd adjustment of tho place under the caption of ''Leaping Into several parts of tho cnrrlngc. Tho Fnck No: Afraid of Anarch'ati. Darkness," says: Tho government wns next test, which will bo on Tuesday, 10 Chairman Aug. Pitimii ejected by n majority simply going it will bo with ten rounder, full service rrickisnt one of the resorts within blind for the Grand Old Man nnd n halt charges nt such elevations as may. bo t a- reach of Pittsburgh resting and understood Iden determined by the bonnL ating. He left this city on Friday StiTvntoa's Appolntminti, The statement that he has evening 111., Aug. (len. Congressman Warwick X)e.d. IX Ill.ooMiviTo.v. taken a detective along to guard against , Washington-- Aug. IX Hon. John G. nnart lustic murderers is pronounced Stevenson announces tho following for campaign speech mak- Warwick, member of congress from the t by his business nssociate 1 ing: Indiana, September to 7. Do Sixteenth Ohio district his predecessor 1 rick, they say, is not nt all uliirmcd will then return to Illinois for ten days, having been Gov. William 'McKlnloy, and does iii. t believe that another atnnd nf tcrwnnl will visit North Caro- jr., did Sunday night in his room at tack from this source will bo mado upon lina, remaining nntil tho end of Sep- tho Higgs house, of dysentery. While bun. The chairman will return TuesHo will como back to Illinois this news was not unexpected to thoso day tember. . upon closing his tour In North Caro- who knew of Mr, Warwick's condition Stilt Burning Can. lina nnd will devoto the most of tho S.itunlny night und Sunday, it camo , llrn-uoN. Y , Aug. 10. The strikmouth of October to work In his own upon the city with suddenness nnd reswitchmen have renewed their destnto. During tho month, however, he called nnow tho unusual mortality ing Ono of railroad property. w III make several speeches In New York that has accompanied this ses- struction and fifteen cars aro reported hundred stato nt points to Ik' selected. sion congress of Tho remains to have been set on fire on the tracks will leave Washington Monday outside the city line Monday morning, Ths Intnruatlonal Money Conference. Wamiinotox, Aug. IX Senator Alli- evening over tho I'eiiiisyWanin rail- nnd were burned. The purpose nf this son and Senator Jones of Nevadti, havo road, renching Masslllou nt 11:45 Tues- latest outrage is said to block the tracks formally notified tho secretary of stato day morning. The liody will be remov- so that trains can not bo sent through. of their acceptance of tho nppolutmcnt ed from tho station then) directly to tho The se. itehinen's strike promises to emns delegates on the part of the Fulled F.plscopal church, where tho services brace nil the roads centering here. States to the International money con- will bo held at 1 o'clock. Tho congresValusbto Pus Doj Dead. ference. Similar actlon.is expected on sional committee will bo Senators llrlce Con Miiis, 0., Aug. 10. "Champion tho purt of tho other three delegates and Hill und Kcprescntntlves II aro nud dog. owned No decision has yet lcen reached ns to Donovan, of Ohto;C:iruth, of Kentucky. Kash,' tho celebrated pug Ho was tho time nnd plnco of holding tho con- Catchlngs, of Mississippi: Heard, of by A A 1'itts, died Monday. MOO. Ho old, and valued nt ference, Imt It will undoubtedly bo held Missouri, and Itytium, ot Indiana. All five bench shows in nt ono of tho Kuropenn capitals not of Mr. Wurw lck' Ohio colleagues have had been exhibited atCincinnati. Haiti-morNew York, Chicago, been notified, and will attend tho earlier than October 1. St 1'aul, ltiohmond nnd bther Mrst.rloui Dli.tie first places, nnd took twenty-on- e The rim Train. I'Aui.nixo, O., Aug. IX Fuuldlng Is St. Faui., Minn., Aug. 15. At 40 prircs. suffering from n ljlnd ot summer comA P.afu of drasihoppers. plaint which seems to have become al- Sunday evening tho first ro; hir Nonw.M.K, O., Aug. 10. Grasshoppers most epidemic, and especially among through train on the Great Norther to g doing an Imthe children in tho lumbering commun- Spokane left tho union doot, innuriir-ntln- in countless numbers arcIn this county tho full operation ot tho pre nt mense amount of dniimgc ity, known us Section Hlglit About (Huron) nnd adjoining counties to oats twenty children have died, not u child extent of the new fi nn nnd other growing crops. So destructTho train was brand-neover two yearn old being left in l'.iuld-luIt bus been especially severe, and ciiglua to red lights and was well ive, hnvo they been that whole fields of oata huvu been destroyed. tilled. has carried. ojf about thirty people. -. i Telephone. List Jtonori to Sillor R gstu. Columbus' Monument on ths Way. Nr.w YflKK, Aug. IX A messn ;o l'liii.Aiiu.i'iiu, Aug. 10. The remains Nrw Yoita--, Aug. IX Tho chuirmnn M. of Charles W. Ulggiti, the. boatswain's of the e.secultvo committee for tho mon- cnblcd from Furls announces that OUIot, Inspector of telegraphs In ' 10 mate of the U. .x ,S. Iltilliiuoic, who ument of Christopher Columbus inour-comln- g wns killed in Valparaiso by Chilian the following eublo from Prof. French capital, had succeeded the difficulty heretofoio cp soldiers wero Interred nt Woodland Guit.ino ltusso, tho sculptor of the monIn telephoning long distun'cs cemetery. Fully 0,000 men were In ument: "IJ. S. S. Ouriglinuo, cnrrylng themonumentof Christopher Columbus under water. His apparatus, It m.ih tho funeral procession. snllcd Friday morning from Genoa di- said, would render Itpossiblo toconvcuu After Six Weeks' Illenjss. between New York and Paris. rect to Now York. Lancahtkk, Fn., Aug. 10. The SusPudulers Happy. quehanna Iron Co. nud the Columbia lattUna Pioneer Deal. NnitlilsTOWX, Pa., Aug. IX The pudIron Co. started work Monday sifter six Maminkvh.i.k, Ind., Aug. 13. John The puddleis acNutter, nged "5 years, died Friday. Ho dle rs of Ilooveu's rolling mill havo lxvn weeks' suspension, cept n reduction of f ruin H to K.ffi a owned over 11,000 acres of lino hind ad- granted an Increase nt t a ton over tho rate r.o.v paid, making ton. A Knit 00.1 men are employed at joining this city. He lived In this vicintho mills. their wages hereafter W.7.1 a ton. years. ity sixty-livM'nus Cip'.uro 275 Cuvcts Senator Hoar to Reilgn. They Wanted to Ojt Cool and Did. Nahiivii.i.i:, Tetm., Aug. 10 A to!e Ni:w lliMildiin, Muss, Aug. 15. Tho l'rlcn Mercury, Saturday morning, announcc-Lansinii, Mich,, Aug. gram from Victoria, reeciw.l Monday, nnd Arthur llurtz, both eight years of that It has reliable information that states that tho miners captured the ;75 age, pneked themsehcH into nn unused United States Senator George F Hoar convicts nt Inuiaii at s o'clock, nud Friday, nnd tho lid fell down, has placed his resignation In the hands brought them to Victoria for hlpmn fastening them In. They wero both of his eolleaguo to lo handed tu tho icu to Nashville. No property was Injured. dead when found by tho father of tho pi'OMilctittipou tho reassembling of Hurt boy, J Prof. ricLiuthlln Drownol, Host on, Aug. 10 -- li corgi McLaughA Dynamiter Dead. mltfornti Fruit Shipment. Hnr-kilin, assistant professor in tho Mussa San Fha tiisco, Aug. 15. During Inst I'mi.AiiH.riii a, Aug. 12. Michael cck :ilb carloads, containing 3,810 tons ehu&etts Institute of tu hutcology, was tho dynamiter who was arrested nnd Imprisoned for trying to kill Queen if green fruit, weru shipped east front drowned while swimming off Lynn Victoria ou her jubilee day In 1SS7, died California over tho Central Fucific. So bench. Ho was 20 years old nnd far tliti seaman 0,000,000 pounds mora Ills brllil.ii.t and popular, hero Friduy, Dr. Giilluglicr, who wn homo wni) in Maiden. with him at Urn lime, Is still lit pi I wo. fruit lias been shipped than lust ) car, A PROTEST R. ten-Inc- h Uui-pii'i- la.-T- SWITCHMEN r.iiiplnjril l,r tlm Krl. and I.rhlfh TaHT Jtonil Strike I'ropertr Belonging to tht) Compnnr Dr.lr117.db Ine.ndlaryrifM. IturrAt-o- , N. Y., Aug. 15. There h no further disguising the fact that the) strlko of tho Urlo nnd Lehigh Valley switchmen Is n serious matter. I'roncrty bclonsrlng to the rallro4 company has been destroyed by iBCe- -, uinry urcs; men engaged in mo peaceful ncrforrannco of their duties 1b the company's service have been, assaulted yoiSfvu. """HTT leiult no. .is. CAUL AND Sf KENTUCKY In US. ilX KILLED. of Carcleisnci STATE NEWS. st tht and sent to the hospitals; the movement ot trains has been seriously Interfered with nnd tho lives ot innocent persons who .were In no way connected with the strlko and hnd not eves tte-- fd of it, havo been endangered by the derailment ot a passenger train on one of the roads Such, is the indictment ay to the hour ot writing. There hid fceM rrioro or less 111 feeling Saturday fci tw pen th3 atrlke&i ajid tttcir sym izcrs nnd the men who' wore doing1 the) iiwiiwf . ivurit, uu .KwsnuiHHj Malts had occurred. V?' IThlnga to Mtn mwt aario- -t M mwdtur tf - - t uu FltArTttrnni in a n was .uF, a not quorum present aad .(..lAtsriiicrD the innate dJourn. ... ivuwriuw HoCSEMr. PfltOft I.ImJ.1.. n vih .. I'orlini.n Dn.lird Intu 1, iti 10 to limit Ihe price of to consumers In nptjr llNllroml urs ,01 ! x title of iho second, third, fourth and firth "'nitllil Io tlr.,11, ,....... chmei to flflr cents per ono thousand Ballon. llnJiu-rd-TwMill m.. Another bill introduced tiy Mr, I'ettttt limits tbc prlco of pas to consumer In cities of tho same PS 0. AUU. 16. ThnTnln,',. ICCL- classes to llfty ., centa fper thousand coble Chairman ...-..Art,n. v tt. tuiluuittCC On aiu ? Vahey nnd Ohio railway criminal laws, presented a tubstttut. for Mr. .... . uot uiuKinp 11 a iciony 10 araw a dead'f the Pennsylvania system fse if construction, nvn.rl. ly wenpon In crowd or assembly Tho penalty st horrible mishap .Monday lor thta oftenso Is from ono to flvo jears In tho tnltentlary. Tho governor ha bout concluded ... . ,i t .,.. 4l,i,n,urinuH D lUrj corpora .a .Din, mna uiies norm 01 iicre, at a tlm fnnl.l iion 1s-- If.! n as IMcheson's gravel pit Hill tifohahll Tbcre how t- Pwm to bo no bcinirs were rntslitol ti. 1 eancsaay, obstacle , , V",4.V , u MA f ft ftri trl fsxsi ..- flftecn others horribly in- FRAKKroBT, Aor ctrt-latln- ii to (ho Consultdated Corporation, organM Killed Is as follows: Frank ized under Cueral laws, for the purpose ot conWlan, nged 41 yennt, head structing, maintaining nd operattntt bridge across the Ohio rtver, nd declaring an cmer-cencimam Itanertv. nired f.o. was reported to th. senate correctly enJohn Harry, of Ncw-bunr- . rolled. This act relates to bulldta. etc, of head crushed: Josenh ftv. the new bridge between Cincinnati ard Coving'Hngton.Vt, aired 28. throat ton. Tho houao bill HxlrB the pay of circuit Judecs at K,t00 per annum wa defeated by Ml crushed: John HnlllL-or-. .. if n Miinn UB UMV... ivviti-- a . viavj tuuaiikuuua.t may n. --- .Bli, ut ifm 10c una . tKiiu KiJiBAid, dlUMboweled, aged Us ! a .iroigio r Butn-"' Opening a Switch. ., ?.- !rtr A.ia. tt. ...., ..lli..il..i ' ser-vlc- o WI1-l'.i- m high-pow- o o s lf n. -j ei s fuu-em- L Atnong-Cblldre- cnty-flu'cml- e i ice-bo- con-Kre- n, years; Patrick O'llrlen, nged 74, ol Akron, O., skull fractured, will die; Hugh Morrison, Altoona, Pa., aged 40, hurt in the"" head nnd back; Patrick Costello, aged 05, left foot crushed; Morris Collins aged 4 of Allegheny City, Pa., terribly braised on head; John Erickson, a Swede, aged 3s feet crushed; .Patrick Hoach, nged 51, crushed ana, nnd shoulder; Michael Mulahhy, of Red Harrington, Mns, nged 25, contusion of shoulder and side; Hunry Long, aged 40, log wrenched. Tho cause of the horrible mishap I briefly ns follows: A construction train in charge of Conductor Humphrey and Engineer Clyde White has been engaged In hauling gravel from tho pit The killed and tnjnred were engaged In ballasting the roadway at a point cars three utiles north of the pit .MonTho firemen uncoupled a number ot day evening, ntter the last train hnd cars npd removed them from danger. been unloaded, thp men boarded the A dozen or rtrsaf cars were thrown from cars tbatttwere being pushed ahead of the Lehigh tracks nnd a similar number the enginOjjto como to their boarding from tho Krlo by misplaced switches camp, a .few" hundreds yards south of Tho first intimation of any tldng the gravel pit. wrong w ns when tho coal enrs were set The train was running nt a hazardous loose nnd demolished the water tnnk. speed, nnd when it arrived at the gravel "Capt Wurtz, of tho eleventh precinct pit, which was to be passed without put a forco of a dozen officers in the stopping, the switch wns open nnd the the yard as soon a the alarm was given. train entered the siding and 'collided The officers were unable to find any with some empty cars standing in the That, briefly, pit The greater number of tho worksuspicious characters U what had happened up to day- men wero seated on tho first nnd second light Sunday morning. Hut that cam, nnd when the long train turned In wus only the beginning. Tho strik- upon the spur had uo opportunity to ers or their sympathizers, hare pulled jump. Ten of thct-nrwere piled In a pins, turned switches and driven off mass of debris, hd beneath this the crews Three men nre nt tho hospital poor mortals were crushed. badly hurt One was assaulted at 8 It .required two hours to extricate o'clock Sunday morning, two others at some of tho dead nnd Injured. A num11 and another at 3 in tho afternoon. ber ot Italians employed 011 the work The man who was nssaultcd at the were attending services at the Catholic Western New York and Pennsylvania1 church Monday In this city, otherwise crossing wns on his way for the wreck- the list of fatalities would have been er at tho time and was turning a switch. largely, increased. Tho strikers had turned switches and The men were In the employ of thrown six cars from his train before Ilros., contractors, nnd when that Superintendent Wells was asked for They say the Erie Is thoroughly de- the cause of the accident he said somemoralized on account of tho strike, and body left the sw itch open. The camp to thnt every side track on tho Buffalo which the dead and Injured were division Is completly blocked. Two brought Monday night presents trains of freight cars standing on sid- the Isccnc of a battle-Held- . Under Cheektowaga, the railroad sub- one tent the sl.x bodies taken from the ings at urb of Iluffalo, were burned Sunday wreck are lying side by side, and from night' the 'adjoining tents the moans of the The Lehigh has called on tho sheriff wounded and dying could bo heard. for protection. He sent six deputies to Iter. .Father J M. Jncquctt, of this city, the scene nnd will swenr In fifty mora was' summoned, and ho administered Mon lny nvnilng. The poltco hara the "Inst sacraments of the Catholic yards in seven out of eleven precincts church to I rank Hughes und Patrick in tlio city to guard nnd nil the reserves O'Brien, who nre in a dying condition, aro called out The man nrrested Sun- All"' the p!isicinns of tho city nnd day for assault has been charged with neighboring villages nre upon tho rkdlng. ground, rendering aid to the suffers. FEARFUL WORK A PREDICTION. or n Mml Hull at (IslllpolU, O. Three (tared to Ilcstli 11. Attuck. Two It I. to lie lliiird Tluit It Will Not liinic llnrxr. Trnr. l'utally Wounded. Men ATtrr GALl.H'or.tfi, O., Aug. 15. John Nidny Aug. 10. A gentleman VVA'MllN&roX. had n large, lino thoroughbred short- conversant Ith the nffalrs of the corhorn, which wns nbout four years old. porate interests of America said MonHo had raised the animal, and It was day thnt pr bal ly next year w ill see not regarded as dangerous, but Satur- in this 'country, coincident with the day morning It escaped from homo nnd World's fair tho greatest strikes exwent to Go. Martlo's, about two miles perienced In the history of labor trouboff, und got nmong his horses nnd gored les nnd the most widespread aud fully of labor three In such a manner that they died. orgnnlzed demonstration After much trouble they got hlra against capita' ever known. Hoth sides homo ngain, when ho took after are making preparations for thestiug-gle- i Nidny, knocked him down and and Iluifu O'Donncll Is reported as threw him about ns ho would a feather havlngsaid in a letter that the ycor of the pillow. Tho enraged animal then start- World's (o.uniblan exposition will havo ed for Mr. Waaler's pasture field, one exposition tho very shadow and wherein his horses were quietly feeding. menace of cinch is already making the A young plutocrats tremble. A gun was finally procured. man named Hlvely took aim and shot Question to Warwick' Succmor. the animal square In the head. He fell, Ointox, 0., Aug. 10. Congressman btrotched out his massive framo on tho green sward and It was thought was Warwick s. death leaves tho question of dead, but when Hlvely went up to hlra his succetsor for the unexpired term to cut his throat, he nrose like light one of doubt Opinions hero among ning and charged upon lilm with wild Oie'fciMcMftn both parties differ as to shall bu elected Hlvely took to hi, heels nnu w' ether ferocity. barely escaped with his life by' getting froin tho Sixteenth or the new Eight into 11 brush heap thnt was near by, eenth district. Tho old Is strongly deiu-- i ra and tlio nSw almost as strongly where he was safo until ho reloaded his gun and put six more shots Into repub an.( A decision ot the question him. Five of tho seven shots pene- is ix la I for' with much interest, ns it trated his skull, from which the brains dc'trni ncsUie polltlesof the now mem; ber oocd. A St. I.oul. sjnvrltjr. Killed III. ratlin--. St. Loi'is August 15. Ono of the At tixTcx., Aug. 10. Ucport of n most nttractiva features In tho lllumi nutot unnatural tragedy eames from nation of tho city during thu full festiv- Jl mnd Ilock,"n smalltown near here. ities will bo a large globe, which will A 11. Ash was waylaid on his way bo erected at the Intersection of Ilroad-waheme und shot off his horse, his bixly nnd Ollvo streets This globe Is Is'ing riddled with bullet-holes 100 feet In cln umfercneo nnd all tho trailed tho fugitive from the continents nnd thu largo islands of tho spot to the 'Ash home und development! ocean will bo painted on its surface. risultcd in tho arrest of young Will Thu ocean, seas and lakes of the world Ash charged with the murder. Father will bo designated by incandescent an son had hot words last week, when lights. It will take for this purpose j '111g Ash threatened his parent's life. 5,000 Incnndevent lamps of Ln".V evidence goes to show that young Tho effect of this cr.ch. did the foul deed w ith malice afore-t-i monster globe lighted up will bo n night one. Mllltl Orilpreil Out. "mTiIk.!. W.ddrd. h no view, Tenn,, Aug. 10. Monday Nkw York, Aug. IX Victoria hall, th. entlretnllltary force of the city was was tho scene ot a unlquo wedding red to 'report The troops Sunday night, when midgets were made one went throughfor duty. w the thrilling expert-ctman und wife. They wero Leopold cs of. lust year 1110 backward ulsiut Knhn, better known to tho public as of the former to tho Admiral Dot, and Miss Lottie Naomi n turning and it is secno difficulty that ubles, with Swartwood. Tho ceremony was accord- the men' with uniforms on can be ing to tho Jew ish ritual, luiulltd. 11 lielp Tralu lliiriilnc, 'II. Ilrl. mi t'nrlit tt, llLiTAi.o, N. Y , Aug, 15. At 3 o'clock Aug. IV Churlo Monday morning word wns received I.oLouisville, Ky., llrigcr,,of thu Turf exchange Mon-ilcars on tlio that a train of forty-tws telegraphed tho Covington Erie roud, filled with fine merchandise, tU50 to bo placed 011 Corbett at u mile I'ustot William street, was bum WiV,l, which they ysUid Monday. In P.qudv, with no protection. , east-boun- d s llt-lnEd-wuy Wood-hound1 . a o pool-room- twenty freight ley yards' , cars filled wMi waotVabtton, hay and two passenvarlons other mereh- -, ger cars, two watchmen houses were burnt Tho fire occurred at places where tho firemen could not successfully stny the flames on account ot nn absence of water, besides the difficulty ot accession to the fires Tho water tank adjacent to the coal trestles was smashed and an engine that wns taking water there wrecked by a string of ten runaway coal cars that had been turned loose from the trestle. Flro was first discovered In the yards cast of Dingens street Here a little oOlco building and two 01 three freight cars were destroyed. At this tlmo Ynrdraaster Mead discovered flames In two passenger coaches used for tho conveyanco of workmen, and turned In an alarm from William and Dlngcus strceta. In tho yards cast of Dlngcns street fire raged among the cars of merchandise. It took hose from three carts to reach the flames from! the nearest hydrant The firemen however, prevented, the destruction of a great number of cars and tho loss of perhaps hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth ot property. The cars destroyed wero in the midst of a great number of other " Elht;r ee 00, nc, ...m die: Wm. O. Toole, l'ortsfL.. . (j,i0 aged 20, injured In abdomen, T h ' Hagans, Charleston, S. C, aged 3., ( jured In head and legs crushed; Fa Connors, Canton, Ohio, 23, Injured In head, nnd breast and collar bono broken; Martin Ward, Pittsburgh, Pa., aged 45, injured In the hip and back; John Zclglcr, aged 23, hurt in the head and side; James Ullcy, n?cd CO, contusion , of hip, has been a Injured ...., is., xl for four year more. Tho ooush resolution lorecro. sai In. IS was concurred A resolution was adopted to take a Hocsr receMS from Aucust It to November li. MrT Hank, the member from Anderson, onereo '"nlutlon pledging members not to draw any Jfr .Nem durl.ii? tho rcccs of ninety day. t anousNncndmcnla anj aubitltutes wero and un- - a ,, wai reached upon th. Hank resolut. acJ resulted In 4J to 1 In favor of the re?ofui00 but no quorum voting It (3,000 per annum will hold pood wan In track layer for the past sixteen to answer to their namesstthouirh they wero ths hall and corridors, ftowlne that they favored the proposed grab. ,-- was at last screed to postpone consideration intll lost FiiASKronT, Aug. The illltu bill was postponed till November 2S. Twore-toe- s wero received this morning of unconstltu. tloml bills that the senate had passed. Ono was a local bill from Ilracken county, and tho other was to regulate tho election of pollco Judges In thlrtl class cities. It provides for the election of ur b. oHcers In iff!, when tho constitution proitde that they sh.illbee'.ecledln W9 A Joint resolution providing for the publication during the coming recess ot all the acta paused at this pension was adopted. House Tho house spent somo tlmo this morning considering the proposition to pa9 another reicnuo bill so as to provide for tho emergency that would nrle from th. veto of the other one. The bill considered this morn'ng was Introduced some tlmo ago, and It substantially the other Mil with such changes as arc required by the new constitution. The bill failed to po through for Uck ot n constitutional majority, and the bouse adjourned till Monday. brakemnn on tho and Nashville railroad, met instant death by being struck by a railroad bridge near Hopkinsvlllc tho other CAar.FP, a Will Louisville morning. post office has been A rOt'liTit-CLAestablished at Cllnc, Letcher county, and Martin V. Hates appointed postmaster. At Henderson Capt W. T. Hills, democrat, was renominated for congressman from tho Second district W. GoDFnKY Hl'MEK was nominated for congress by tho republicans of tho Fourth Kentucky district at n convention at Franklin. Tiik state senate passed the bill Introduced early In the session, to open tho leaf tobacco market ot Loulsvlllo to nil bidders. Irrespective of trioTules'ot-- ! "" the Loulsvlllo Tobacco exchange. Mils. Will IIattox nnd her stepdaughter were caught under a freight train while passing through the Chesapeake nnd Ohio yards at Winchester a few days ago. ltoth wero horribly crushed tho littlo girl dying In nn hour, and tho woman's death being but n question of a few hours. At Oivensboro the jury in tho case of llcdnion Smith, colored, for killing Mrs. Llzzlo Tracy two years ngo, has returned a verdict ot guilty nnd has fixed his punishment at sixteen years in tho H j penitentiary. William Hkad, tho young white man daughter who ravished the of Thomas Jnckson, a farmer of tho Knottsvillo neighborhood, nbout a week ago, was captured tho other evening at Springfield, 111. Ho had crossed tho river as soon as ho committed his crime, nnd had been traveling since. The girl's father nnd his friends have left no stone unturned to securo o his capture. Ho was brought to Oh at once and lodged In jail. At a danco given at Lcatherwood tho other night Wilson Williams was shot nnd fatally wounded by Coone Herman. Tho tragedy was caused by gambling. Williams had lost heavily nt poker In tho past three weeks and took tho opportunity to got revenge on who, It Is alleged, wns tho winner. Herman mado his escape nnd is still at large. A iianii of Sanctlflcatlonists, known ns tho Jessamine Holiness association, hna been holding a series ot meetings In Garrard county for several days past, nnd tho crowd In nttendanco Is estimated at 1,000 to 1,200 people, tho majority going merely through curiosity. The religion they teach Is Indeed of a wonderful kind, claiming thnt they aro in a stato of perfect sanctlflcatlon, ono of the proponndcrs of tho faith declaring that ho had not committed a single sin for over thirty yenrs. Tho convert Is tnken through n cleansing process, ultimately coming out purely holy. It Is alleged that tho language fcy somo of tho preachers at tins meeting would mako thq vilest sinner blush. One of the faith proclaimed that these narrow-seatebuggies would send a , boy to hell, ltcvs. Kill, Grinstead, Dover, Turner and Shunnon arc conducting tho meeting, which Is the first ono ever held In Garrard. Dn, J. M. Looan, of Kllgore, plucked tho whiskers out of a man who slandered tho doctor's young daughter. 1 Hll.LAliv IlitVAX, contractor and builder, was tiled for lunacy at Owens-bortho other day, and was sent to tho asylum nt Hopkinsvlllc. His mind ens-borHer-mn- u, d was nffected by grippe. Ho is sixty-fou- r years of ago and is a native of county. Tho prl?e snnko story of tho season conies from lluena Vista, near which place four members of a family named Mclntyrennd tho colored cook are repotted to have died from tho effects of eating cooked cabbage, lusldo of which was a spreading viper. Koiikht Giovkii wn bitten by n mad dog ut Soldiers a few days ago. Ho went to Lexington, whero a nindstono was effectively applied, llo eairlcs a guarantee from tho mndstouo doctor that he will never feel tho effects of tho bite on n forfeit of W00. Hk.njajii.n I). McIIab, a leading citizen of Christian county, died at his homo near Fembroko ,fter a brief Illllo was a ness the other evening, prominent Knight of Fythlus, and wus bnrltHl by tho lodge. IIi.miv Siia.nno.v acoidontally killed his yotinir cousin, Mothach Warfle'.d, bite Mpu; ' el sh otUi jr, near Frankfort Xcl-Ki- n m Hc -- ' ' G ' tfj. . -. I, r -.. sr- JwfflS-aw'- w 4 .i $8W ., riC. .t flM'Y, 's"l El'!frlWPwlHP'Bs -- t!tFIi-rYr- v Ift!. aB7jrri7 hf "!(&- t 'j " ..I v 'vT ll INI . ... ,rtA7tif?-i-iwliiU-.- 1IIMIMMII1I j apiHi tlk lllliiMtiiMHIil liliiii . . 1t' jl. 111 .iTZ-SALiLiLS- 1 ...: ;.,?f.:,; 'A.i. ,, ,...rt-.i.iMiVAjrwjj'ru'. f t fr .,ii.v'.'tITtlrri ..ia. .AiAintiinar mi ig W w ,. www. iifiiifiifinKiiB 1.-j i""1 'v: i' ' vy r ' .' w '1 tljf u.mvmimmw'0fm;,Jl'?.,'m r JT &- E32 G?S i A j ' - irsCT sro A- ". Wv. A. .til' 'Jo if ftlllS, -- W A R. .S3 & ?JT -- wiin i rttr' FT- CWis tf MkM U Sim mmM km m W' m. W AR 60Q0& 'W -- -g5 w 7. Come and price my goods and you will he Prices llian any adverlised prices you will (hid in this or any other paper. Jgdifr- - I will sell all Goods in my house at Lower convinced. Wcfiuve a lull and complete stock of New Goods. In Carpels, Oil Cloths and Rugs wo have knocked the bottom out. Jn -- 53 3 :D22S33 CrOOB; WSJEZ iPABRICS,r :o m J .a. m w" ;h3 'I9JL ma. j& ac .m'j :n ESICJBIOIIESaESLIESJS, :n rx a jtc 1CKNI :m . : XjlA.C:B3S, dfco.-S- - fSJTiMI WT I n s-. A V. v Gov. Hrown's vetoes of tho n ' "' I. KANUVACTUIIKIOi rtl' TIIK UKLUllltATBD I . fi . I.oreutio and Taxation bill, the .iM HICKMAN, ICY., ifeyA'iri-i-ii'gplI rt is tlio Kturcotypud Jaw I What would bo tin I'urporatioii bill, and other bills or into v? 'Mm outlook for Dcniorrilirsiic ninny Third Cnrtjitea. lesultl A national debt of $10, oss importance, practically nulliI'KIDAY, Aiiuiurr 19, ISlC'. 'Wl .Mrm :een lit tne Kastcninno Ch'vchiiid, ns I'rPftirioiit, left a 000,000,000 would bo created tc ties the wholo work of our LegiwcKtern States was iipvdi heitpr.'Mni.pa f ono hmulrcul and forty buy tho railroads, and something slature Tho 8 or 1) mouths session and never worou for tthc I'i'ahli-,n,ui0(uu,ira in tho Treasury, like, u million public omcials ui is nearly entirely useless; Tho Vf'nr nnthorlz'! to anr.omiec MrN V. tuna, in tho punt twcii'lyMauf eara,hiiercby Bhovrhip! tho people, that pointed to operate them not njLliOvernor consldors those bills unciudl- :i a USA.nt - iiiint. 'lio'tle- - pointed ii in than at the l)iyniiliiAi.'?cTruTuMmn-rnoid'i it tnnrrtirtMii thronpftlcoiiBtituttonal in many particulars, """ " creased to that extent. Is it noth- political for litncss, but i""".irhlili:,JuJicuiii).ir out lro8idoiilMl--nT,,,,- ,, iulluonce. Instead ufloiiechief objection being tho lack M& nro nnllirlx- -l to mtnnimio fMl?KL Ml1 OemncratH, ing to 6iivo tho people that vast is cimctMlpy II. (;i(OSrM, of (Jr.n.j eounir. operating tho roads they nouM of a constitutional majority upon Thinl.piutyltcR, that amount in four years CAti.lulaic ior C.rcmt lluiirt JiiJjb in bo holding primary meetings anli final passage. Tho failure of the Uis, tin) Klinl District. leaucrs, iniu me great point Cleveland reclaimed to the peosetting up the delegations TJiol Revenue bill leaven the existing dMiijier in tho wn of Clove ple, for their use, more than one schouio woukl re- - Hewitt law iu force, but tho fail I'or ('iiiiiilmtllis Alloriifi laud'H triumphant elect on, ia the hundred millions uf acres of pubK tJira :. V (ttiro many thousands of oftlce uro of the Corporation bill leaves i iH. ' iiiohability of Iiin lot...' eoveral lic urn nnlmt'ici.il if. niiiiniffir.. TTOIvM lauds that tho Republican par holders, in addition to thosi wo mo people without any way to ob- .sIJKMIOlTUKR of ii.itiHKutj. m. i ..V. of the Southern Stutiti. (anili.lil- - for 0onin.n'j"! Atloiuej ty bad civen to tlio railroads. Do j ha o, to put it iu operation, ill of tain railroi ad uhnrtcrs, &e., and! ZZ: J0IIX n (iint.lM, Zif lilllZHi, 1m. t. Why Is this J is lbs rhst JiJn.uW'tJel n. c. J(ill I'k.klir. rr'l. tlio Third Tarty people call this whom would have to bo pail by thereby um, obstruct such enter-ly la tho altitudoof the Itcpubli-ca- nothing! , IBKfj at-- ly tlio pcoplo who toil. Tliu our prises. Tho people aro out of pa- i X'Jll HlIKlilKl'' km party Icmh objoctiontiblo to tho Cleveland administered the Gov. pension roll, for every ofScor is ai tieuco with the Legislature bepeople of the South t That party eminent at an oxpenso of ?G per 1) V lr" tuttmrtif ii lo announon M. Kor for Kyc, pensioner, would be swollcd'to at cunso of this already long session, JOlIXSON h a omi'tiiliic fur sliitr of advocates to day exactly tho same capita, whereas tho Koptibliran least 2,000,000. How long would and on this account, without COvVGILL'SEYS DALVS. Vnioa cnimiy, nt llie unfiling ulrrlion. things against which tho pcoplo administration just before and the W. A nr lug deeper into tlio matter, llrst OaTKor N'turli mil Ithvinttittl-rra- , iil liorixe.l lo annnun 'e pooplo stand that I Tho first -f Kontueky, Tpiiiicsbpo, Alabama ono just after piled it up to 7.50 m c.in.lid.Ue fur SiirrilT of IIIJGR us thing wo knew a party wouhl inclinations nro lo nppland tho COWglLL'S WSA3EL OIL. Million 'can ti w l liio rutiiiiiiC t'li'Ciii.n and other Staten, have timo and per capita. Aml do they call this spring up with a single r iil'Jct to die action of lite plntfomij Governor. again voted, recording tholr ma. nothing! Kor lils That portion of 'low Brown's ia plauk, and that plank would lie: jorities by tho thousands, with" tho In the Congress just adjourned, COWGILL'3 FIL2 0IK7KSKT. touching upon the I'or t'lri'ttil I'mirl 4'lorlt. Wo offer tho most Liberal Accommodations Solicits jour bnsiiifM. addition now that tho Republican the House Doiuocratio and the 'Resolved, that nil debts, pubic Ve" iii.I private, repudiated" " '. ' "il"' ! '!r?. "." .." """" bo to our Customers Consistent with Ilst'uldUhcd iw t,m, aJ Wr nrr iuilKorliif.1 to Hiiniiiiuce Mr. J. P. party is mo'ro odious than over by Senate Republican, tho Democrat-iiiuumi.1 ior iiiu iienot iniu n sail 1 hero would ho n general rubbhg ltuiiMtii l'riuclplrs. CHiili.Uti- fur Circuit reason of its Force Bill intentions KOYbVKIl at mny H00II bo ill8litlltC(l )V tLo COWuILL'S TZTrEE OINTlfZHT. ie budget was over ono hundred. l!ourl Clerk uf I'tiltJU Cuutiljr, nt tl.e out and beginning now, ami if State against them for tho reeov-- ' . being emphasized. w mikuIdj ilrclliin. millions less than tho Republican "" viiimiiv'I llj Then, why aro any of these Senato.and the Democratic House fuiM, utiu nut OUCH IU lUVDIIUUll " It would bo a miracle. I"'d nut Iu fees, j Cowgiil's Pleasant W:m STnip O. BAI.TZKR, It. T. TYliKK, J. W. POWKI.L, It. It. IlltKV Altll Tiik coh! of running tliu (ior Southern Slates held to bo in dan- swung on until tlio Republican i Ihero are hundreds of gcod,'Uo mat winch refers to the hiioiiof luI,0MlIlll0llta A. A. PA Hit. crmnt'iit HiniiT CU'VuIimhI wna ger for tho Democrats! V. A SIII'CK, d. W.) COW GILL. Senate was forced to cut theirs honest mon, tempted by the bard a-- Mu.vrv USrVSUElh r 100,000,000 leaa tha.i under require a constitutional tnijority Tho answer is: That us the Re- dowu over fifty millions. This lllio nf flinfr nuti liwluhtiiihuftu In thittnitut f,iKpnnnKtiwf In lie Jiiirrison. I n, Fr n.i. Ly ilir publicans feel the dungerof North-e- kind of work has been going on tit r, Renvrul coih1IOM8 t0 B,ttl feet. It is cstRnated that about a! IN tlio psiiti's bioml flold of States slipping from under ii u.cij juiij;icoo oiin.i inn lll, to the siren song of getting monov "ozo", " "8 0I V"9 '""" l "u ,l,llTC COWGILL & COWGILL, 141 in a i:;iimIii1uU'h rnmimin life; their grasp that they see mid feel when tho Deuuerats Iiad control at irr, yinuii Domounio.v'ti coining ! II.V II .11 .v ." rr 'I'M. .pcieo.it; but. hard as tlirii umong the Judicial KPiimtrictliif;! ? tho necessity of breaking tlio boJ-i- of tho iluiise, la there nothing liu u Ueinocr.it in tho strife. lot imiy be, they should think aid tho Local Option anil the bill ou Hickman, Kkmtiicky South, and houco uudei the in this to the of this reason fairly, calmly and (lis pas Attorneys; mid if the Governor is TllR fat fiviiiR cstnbliuliniciilB guise of tho Thud I'arty country ? fiUhalned n great part of this ses- proHavd dnrii)j thin nro l)pin elouately over these thiugs. DllSSTKLBllINK. Hion will have been wasted on tin- - W. III- .Ami This Miviug of millions of (M!llmi;!ll !lrl tll(.V IIOVIT WITG llO- they arc moving everything to di, . vide tho Doiuocratio voters. There constitutional bills forc, mid will prohuhly hao tho av may not aiaouut to miuh to a V jinm. B i.n,f of II.havo tob0 rooi.aotcd which willI):.' GS, is no doubt of this. The know man who believes that tho Govwinks nt the adhu'cut output in tliuir hutory. O ".fivre to nra tl nrllcln, Lata? jourued Bessioii, Demo- - ernment only needs a few printing that four out of every liio CouuiUlt has no pyuipnthy A XV N- rouble lo tbatf cjoJi. Tuk cost of riiimiiit; Uio Com unit fee, at 'lid asridr of Trot .7"-"calamity' iiiiitoi Il.ii II.40H is 7.01 data will iilu for Cleveland, bnt presses to make iiiillioua of good witli the demagogucic ST. llR to MJ Mojjow AfeBuc. l.il IlikMrQ Kj M Q O II s Iter capita; under (ihi field and if thoy can demoralize every fifth money, but the people who recog howlers" of tho day, for between tll0 Wor,tl.s Kair' appropriated lWm fA FAM i dOOhsti per capita, and voto vote It for Weaver, or eauso nize the Arthur it wao toil and labor that a good half truths uihI half lies thoy have silver rnn The umnev nndor Cleveland only $0.12 per it not to bo pulled, ,1,i;s. that this per dollar represents must see that gotten an array of figures which,' will not be turned over to the Fair enpUiu IKDIOAL ceiitago will causo ftne or mctv oft iuUi(u.ulUo ,mrlv iiaB accomplish tiken to their legitimate conclu-- until the manager frhow that tlicy PAINTS, 'fun Doirincratlo Stato- Cnnvrij. ii.eou oiuies 10 uu curiicu oyiuo;ei a great work even though it sions, would prove beyond doubt ve already sjicnt SJ10,(r00,CX)"; Blacksmith and Undertaker OILS, I'SK. tion of Toxiin in nro. lUuu, nd when accepted the managers KK.NTUCKY. HICKMAN, i,au Mot jiuiI co(roi of nil the do- - inai nan mo farmers or tills coun, fot Governor, Inul more than two. Republican. There is no poesibilily of tiioj pai t iiicnta of gororuuiout for 30 try were half nakotl and half starv- '.,'ret to close the Fair on SunJay". thirds of the dolomites, hut Clark' fi'iemU bolted. Txttn will go Third Party carrying a Magic 'veurs. 1 tVi; MK A TltlAL when you warn ed. This is nu exiiggeiatiou, and ISJoocly Nhirt Weaver. m 150 000 Demoerntic thia year. (T llliitVinltl.iiig dunr, cr a Southern State, but i there ia uj lu 'addition to such great the peoplo know it. None the Vjfom. c. J!iirTliiilnj that it can poll ennnli isa n8 ier0 cile(li ,,e IC0,, oj less, that farmers aro sufferers no TllKCoiirlor-Joisrini- l I says: "AfThe bloody shirt record of Gen. lo i try full line of ter all, Henry Clay Kliijr. has not votes to give uoino of these States. ,10 goalll ca cvor forKt)t tllaf reasonable man will deny; and Weaver, tho People's Parly nomi0oods,t Undortikor'sSillJ lllnrk t'MliroU' escaped puuiahuieut. IIin to Harrison. an! V. t,0 Democratic party built up that they bear unusual and nee for President, proving him to Cominnn, "OIi3D whisky Ikih been cutoff without he which liul A largo majority of the TLirdlfcnc)l Bentinioiit in tho Norih bin dens is n fact boyond be tho most radical of radicals, in up Colli m nil no tier, unJ at ean flllrtl ...l rcanumlitt the aid of hi'Chlniido, and that ia hort on Ktii a V'1in.ll-- StotV of ih rj Uilti'kV.i dispute; aud no sensible speaker tho Southern States at least, priccn. (il'e iu n rU. a tertiblo vctij;eaiico on u citizen, i'arty voters do not look at it (throughout the country that of all ki nJ. , XOr u!iO ntit (lit Jail. ma-this but a who Iuih uo lunj; ui.idv a tank of Ha acutf inout forced the Repnbli- - or newspaper should underrate or I'Ijccs that party out of politics iuar'i5-hiiutjelf." jorlty or tlieso leaders have do- - cailb t0 Lt 0080 jt8 ,ijtar3. gov. make light of these serious facts, with him as their leader. True HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &,:. FuoMnow until Novpinhcr there libprnlely planned tlie reftult; and oriimoutfl iu the South, to wipe! Admit the truth in so far as it is ho has been Republican, IMMCK, nnJtl.it lU liiitt re (Irt.l it I'Jickman fijarble Worksi uiii t.ri "Auotlier Plot to Kill iiiu Kivhi. iiuimiu wiiu lunny nun- - mm. ,8 reeniiR(rnr.tini. I.ivr. , ,,.! lllO trtltU US to tier COUd t Oil. . Domocrat, or anything in the uowsMpenj uvery est Third l'arty votora in that tl.oy Ict the :iick" trnr 1'iifil id tnnrkrl tu.llflti unu address out selves to tho rem- else, at times, but nt all timei tlio UWKMAiV, wht0 ,1C , A'l. froe week or bo. Aftei Noventlur the have grown Hiillcn, alienated as ill ti)0 i)cwocnU0 parly had doiio edy. Wo believo that tho great- most radical of radicals. In 1S80, All got'tn p utrmilrril It Le rrpitKctrJ manufacturer of plots for thrill-in- were, and will not listen to the ur C. nothing elso snvo tlio great work est reliof to them will coiuo thro' when Weaver was tho Greenback ca:iipai,'u liclion will not con. - 2 rrtLit in piiler Kn'ck so avallahlo nf; tho he gumeuts of friends or foca. of emancipating tho white pcoplo the Democratic idea of reducing nominee for President, Goueial Mahbt.h ro of eacupeo. tho tariff tax. We believe, also, Stnrks, on the Hoor of Congiess, Italian and Amkripan UtlAVK 'of tho South from the carpet-baTUMU Thu Political Volcano. military Republican control, it that a carefully guarded, bound charged it on him that lie was be VIONU.MKNra. sro.s'Eri ANU Thk purpose of tho Force bill s to carry out, iu general It is fearfully wrong for the I.c-- i would descrvo the utorunl grati 'ucrcasen per capim circniationjjf traying tlio flrocnbuc.kcrs to help Reed's rule in high strikers to destroy and bum ',lul overy wbtto man Iu tho grecnoacK inonoy wouiti uo the Republicans elect Gnrlleld, tlio National Hotibe, namely to ful anil UcncBcial. When the war und so well was this understood or for the Homestead! So,u,, coi'iit us many votes iki :nnv he Urleri from tho country prcarily Jt is trito thut the Democnits dosed wo hud thirty-fivmillion that after tho election no one 'AUX necessary to suowss whether they strikers to kill and wound non. no east or not; it is to get the union workmen, but to Uio All it is a fact:uavo "ot ,ml the power to make iH,l,lllu,loi n'111 tw billions of seemed to dispute it. That ho is powei to declato tho Republican anil tho fact shows the great ,,.i or repeal a United States law for Muoiioy iu circulation; and uow wo Ii, tho saino rolo now, using the candidates elected without rpgard iOyeurs, nnd it could only get iu nve Blxty-fiymillion population People'B party pouplu to help to the iiniubor of votes received. rest and dissatisfaction of labor. hy lo "Clcot Harrison, llieio can bo little Here is tho volcano that is elum- - its work for tho peoplo by check-- aua " greatly reduced mouey Latioji is kept on the free list bl.rlllg and retarding Republican ex- - dilation. The Democratic party tiouut, UIulcr our institutions, no- 18.).l, t i t sum hy tlio so culled cliiunpioiiH of r overvthingl cudttnig now only slight eruptions, travngauce, &c, and by educating ituderstuuds tlieso conditions and labor, while seKlo, 0UARASTS3D CURS. , coino and building up publiu sentiment w'" K'vo the relief. Our farmers, .t inaiiiiliictiirer jitoiluees is pro. but liable to cngulph the wholo ami puopio generally, nood more e Wo nulliurlze ottr ailjertliccl ilrufrglut lu v ?- .c sted by u high tariff. aviII he , Tho labor hotly politic in courso of time. with tho poople. in Dr. for wcaiin, and the ulITerenco between run i ptiau,Kliia's Nw bitcomry upon Con-.,ii t'ltet is open to competition The unanswered grievances of Cotiglia au.l Cuhlt, Ihi "more and "moro fi nil every nation on tho globe, In the Collision Busted ? should wealth" confounded. inonoy" Tvuiiiiuii, ,1 juu niv uiuicivj wnn a not bo Coujh, Cohl or any I.'iii:, Throntor Chr.l :.re Chum, but tho Republican labor uio liablo to touch it off any trouble, and will us thl roinvJy puny vvti! allow no country to tune. Rut good men should pause Tho Louisville Commercial, the DE3C 3MT.. nl'injr it a fir lrii.1, iml experiTennessee Convict. zoiupcto with Us pots, tho maim, and think the working peoplo Republican Stuto organ, favored 10CTWK.1 ence uo beoeht, you uiiy return ths bollle facturers. Such Is tho consisten- aro strong enough to pull down the your money refnuIil. Wc ml schemo for the Republicans to Troublo with tho Tennessee con- coul bnvenuke ihu olfor did we Dul knoir cy of the parly tlist cries aloud not Louisville and Memphis, and destroy our democratic insti- mnko uo nomination for WeJUfi ili'.rtng I'rosidoiitint cainjiaigns Congress victs has again broke loose. Free tint Or. Kinf'e New Disoorerr coulil be tutions, but once lulled doiM) V,io In this District, but to lot itli.J on. It never JUipimjIdIh. TrUt IS5" with rorp'rotcctlou to Amerlcau labor, the lnbor Is lu rebellion against the I allies free t C A. Iloteombe'e ilrugetore. -.will or can rebuild them! Pullman BulTot Sleeping Cars Third party have the Held against Rystoin, aud is again couslug the' Urgo !ze 50o &nl 51 00, Tiik Owonsbnro Inquirer Bays: ' A NO Til the Democratic nominee. The lennesBco nuthorilios uiiteli real "N'eaily all tho inomberd of the Tito Ii;iMliitiije' Wark. reasons it assigned in its issuo of troublo. After canturinc tho ox- - FOIt TUK VAS11U1?I. IOIllHVlli,.,!,,,,, plH, iiutoii 'aruiers' Alliance hereabout who Iloiiicn, I'liiU.iltitrir. a,ltl tpw liiuid winked Into ntJIIiuting Tho Kentucky Legislature lias Aug. 15th wero that it would Nuw Oi'l.iiiix, vlu NhvTuo1oKr,!an:0Ter. ??. . i .vl'h i j People's I'arty in tho last at last adjourned that .IIUAU'IIIM. is.tnlteii a the Domocrats, ami nt ' ' giessiour.! eivnpaign, have dis-- recess KrWiy, until Nov. lflth. The ses- least koop Democratic speakers Illlliers took possession of the III. w'll mtlJ ei"li Tuewliy amiIHU'J. for ueivd tho "rat iu the meal 135 Q7ICS AvTflSS?RA3LE ROUTE man stockade, shipped tlio UDO frm "nw u,",, No'enilM,r d, mid aro taking their pluccs iu sion has been vory long and ex- nt home and nwny from Indiana convicts to Nashville, and then CENTS. ONLY THIRTY-FIVTO AIl KHOW ui; Doiuocratio column. They nil pensive, and when-i- t ro assembles and Illinois, and that it was always tore down tho inclosilre. Trouble ' u great piper, and win New Vurk, l'lilla.Iel.li, l,,li(1,iiri, say they worn hrt mjpil, but have in November, most likely, wll he fine politics for q minority party in expected nt any timo in 1;,inM. indiapenMiiU duriur ; CainpniKu. jnKlim, WortoJk, lld poml (.'nufan. ' iciiriiei' vtilu.i h Iphsod and will long nod expensive ntnin. Tho Novum, he Kicli UoiiJ, Hutl.tlu, Cjeevluqil Vu. " to help through other organiza- Tennensee, and Gov. lluchanan ' ar exr oopy will l7"lc out free to cl"'J ot. sin no i'.a,e. The doors of the ,u ludo, ('li'ono, (nJliiiiiiKille, "0,,J; '"d" sopina to bo hulidosn to pi event it "" win k before tho Loginlnttiro was tions to beat tho majority party's eld tomp'e aro always open to Ciiuiiiuiiii, LuuihviIIu or put down tho tawloMe The & SS of unusual importance, luailo bo nominoo. Tlio Commoicial DitNlirii iiuil .ur:tiu:iliTii I'ululk r tlieo orr.iijr i)i( mid they will essees ol tho couv ctu nro hoarti- - illtl jtKl'UBI.lO, St. Louie, Mo. A.SO a heart.v welenmo when by the rctjuiremeuts of 10 new suggested that n Republican if niui. iu ihu wiioio manor, mitt VloUeturg, ll.iton Uoiigo, Wow Meiiipliln, tot u rti to the fnmil.v circle. 1AU.1I I Ml i.V l lit: SOU I II. CoiiRlitutloii, and tiiis brought nomiiico would sorvo only to aro ready to givo up their contract ' Mubtlc, Liuid Hock, Hut ...ill. .1... L'.... j Hiirlnga uuJ p ui nl in yt.'JYu. it N not ilonleblng tliin liundrcde of 'i mi' r doubt all tho earlier about new phaspo nf legislation nrouso n full Democratic voto. ..ui tiiuuiaio, . N'orlliorn farmer! have leltleil la lite that staggered experfrt,c,ii m,d Tho Commercial's schomo may bo jr. Jiivinthlo to the Demo-vnlioiu, 'J'i''ii(Arkiinie, Mil- GOV. IiUCltANAN, of UonilCOSee, South atliolnt on, or udlisent lo, ll.e Uelpjii, Lotilviuiin, aud TIip pcrfcet liar- - competent meinhorti, ami a u un- good politics, but somehow it'0 i ir of 'iii',u ilirUiou liio ibe IliluoU Oontrl TIIIS SOU I II .l.VII hOl)'J'llWi:sT. is announced us an Indopentlput l 'ill !'i-- . p:rty K:tst and Wel, fortunately truo that tlio present busted, or appears to bo ou tho candidato lor Governor. Ho , lltiilroid witliln ibat l.net five year nor f, conrminir n raD,Brkoble 'jjm Wtli wliieli tlietick- - body is composed of a m.ijority outsido. Tho llepuhlicaiis m uuruuguiy i.qum.j umi m have lowed ills liamo to L'O beforo nil ihra.el U the oulileniluii of cation .. n,u hi 'i received, and every day who wore inexporioueed, who had . lexoliulfely, Ibey arJ dlYerslfylliK lliolr " t'l"" coimuion, i.n.t provide, an u . ... . ,i made a nomination, to tho disap- .i uu.iuij i, juiinu.iiuu inutilities uio oi' liietime Iippiiliiicniin to fiititiliiultj thninselvps 11, t wltb grotlfyluK romihe. Und uf ihe cellunt an idigruutit in tiino uiiJ lliruiif;li with pointment of 6omo Third patty until ho saw ho wns ovorwhelm. impurtanl qmjuilonuln the mlnJof Norih uire A Fg.Vl'nil K in tlio ti tue ami con 111' ' 'Iiver to the support of Mr. by ''l,J Miu ' d Uxr'."' their dittion, and how to prrforfn speakers! Some i'hlrd partyites Iik.1v u Meniere wuo cauiemii,iio ijoiiiii; iu renlo'icc ' ev , aro highly otipournging. tieioateit inul inon witinuow lhe HoiIlUi u. , WlIllt cri)()ll em 0 ftllAl, rraliii. Only uUbt rldo lotwi) their diitioii, after thoy had taken yet express tho boliof that Dr. from the race for the Tim in- - LoiiievilU i.ud Mvnivhie, ,iut Ihubcit hii il "Hand tho Kepuhliftius r Domocratlo ally nrou lu lint lai.iiu.U-rnscr dcrariment of iuo lllUoi. cmrl iiiickel ecrtico hetwuuu tbe two dike ig , i linrti time iu kerniuif t,l,,r 0,,,f'- - '''" this pmisp Ih nt- nohow will not accept. We don't nomination. This looks like doitu vor ollurod. lplliwu ' M' Knpuliliuau boodle '" Hll"i wi Tim arm know how this will bo; but If ho hlo perlldy. - lllillltPtl IhO HlO.V Work. n irn-.1 nion nppciiniuce. ger Aireiil, orry. Aea't Oonerul Fur enacted about ir n,, H,,f ,rPI). withdraws, liundrnds of Knpuhli. being folt iii loiiiiessnc. Of courso .uuohceur, lowu, jn.lil'.isei ibo follow.' JsjlicJlowest rnlo, timo lubca, anJ nil ' iiuiKition fell like a i;ill on inform uiiou v plv frw, Pitil InterpRt, ehipf of w,., ,i'0ro rcatiH will not voto the Third party tlio only client il litichanau'H In. .,., immtitirlii: "Hauilieru llmuo Sttk. KltlTZ IIElLKKlt. AK'I, .e 35.111 ur, no sign of ii'idini-- H to tlio Kovpnueanil ., ,. mo .... men m .. o. I. ... ,. ..,, . . ...Ill l. N. C.A:Si. I., tt. I; , lliehiuttfl, Ky um Taxation, ticket, und il ho runs, liiiiidreds tiopeuiioui eainiiiniey win uu to on tiuiuo, '. t the ticket Ii:n come fimn Furiitui,' ml "Kiirmer.' OrW. I'. MUIIKULL, A,vnt, and the IJIoeitnti lulls, of Republicans who might voto weaken tho Domonratlo nominoo, iloti no iKi'e"iniif. I'ini'i u good .V. N. Ii M V . Co., KI? e, Tenii. riized hook m mntle'r for Keys will then voto for Dobow. iiKi lioln 10 ojoci uio Riiniiblleiii ""'1 l''ru,t , Orewere' tluldo lo McUiub J3usiness n ,f Itiivc is-,mi,Mli0Ili 0l)lllll4 OrJ. L 1'HKf.AN. AKrnl, riosilion re. mid iinpoitauen. Tim other .i M i.,r1!irt' hitra Tuerofoto, it mukcH no diti'eronon ticket; and of ooiirso Hunhuiian .i.ani.i u N N. & M. V ., I'Adurih Juridliin. i till, .'nl tliingi sei'in to In- ji o iihh noi iu iia, e tn ,i.i for 4 ftoutberu m u till to DomoerutH whether the achemn knows this and iiitouds it to have by every ifaruicr loiihto Or W. H. PHOUl'Y, Oen'l Pare. A'pi. j.ii w.t 'ener.iiiy nil uu tj. x 'i. ii'iii" Jj'JUO. such result. Louleeille, Ky W.c A I bo busted or not & THE HICKMAN COURIER. .o.j n tin ka. "- - -JP . nvi:. lVIitit lluvc l..lie uuiuocrnitf Supposo They Were in Power JIFl'IIV nuiixui to IK'iiincrali Onlv Wlmt Imvo the Drmonnits iloncl Suppose the Third Party had tho power to put their theoriei In I he Mouth. quustion of .. .-.- iyrT --, j. CI . I SSE Governor Brown's Votoes. AH i& What to I Bay?;KERirWECK. j r BALTZER I Nw.. d , -- fej Ito-m- .i iiaud y mXlHchwM lifrm if mm tr-v5J VL-"-;M- xI0EMAN WAGON, AN. JvIT:TTITCIv"V. V P 1 n JJJ-'&rVlv-- B - - rX!RICSMAXT AITK, go-th- o ' i I I mmb. i:iftKiiMiB.ci Paid Up Capital .S40,MM.00. HIOKMA N, KENTUCKY. c .M. 1 l - ; tr ki..,. '"V.?-uco- l.Py .,,, ,. t' DIRBCTOB - t hat-ti- p; Lt, i con-tua- t, d f. . tax-piier- a - do!-lat- s o.u Family Groceries. - DRTTCKSIST loonier AmtessmoakA Still f I Gov-criiiup- I.l J . 0.-i;- i half-dollar- s. 3U aviiSAWli r - ' l PllESClUITrONS si'KciMry. r J, C, FIGLIABLHI" pub-fro- btand-polnt- ; 8 ' ... Green-hacke- r, nt s K KAMAGE, I hair-bieiidt- h Hoofing: a, 30oiaXfc37- elec-tion- j, ueip-propert- : o o 1 cir-lu- g J ti -- . laic firm of Ml'SE &SIIAW, orlhu inulcrsiiuMl, note or nccount, previous the are rospcctfully year persons intlolitctl forward and placed the hands of an officer for collection. ! i . j 1 m" ''t: tiliod to or the claims 33. S J. "VIT. I T Cr i! . i&ipfr' XK ! IWICB-A-WE- K Klit WMW Job Office c bar-r;-- t' -- E , t, Is thoroughly equipped, and prepared to execute Joh Work with neatness fur-tho- ? iT' 1 and despatch. Orl.-u'u- , i ' r. " ' : J nl-- Bill Heads, Letter lloads, ' . " . 1 .. I I . j 11 Note Heads, Statcmenls, i " - - ! -' - Envelopes, - u i 'J.-- i 1,1 114 Tickols, -- onili'-Tnick . I . - .' ,i Curds. 11 Guarantee Satisfaction. ... 0 ' . f - A. 'A ( wv ") ,rM.9 51 und Trualrrs Circuit Court convened Monday, tfo tliiiilit ilia Tuuil.fr Altliougli tho Loulsvillo Home penorully 01' THU fi ktitw iliitt ll.u Itmiltulc for I'iiI iJJIao UalH,0 pre,,,,,,,, .,,, H t, Pi r.u-- so :cr :r- and l.rm is pablishud by tho Ion couiily will uicil lu Fultou, Aug. T1&. . Crousland rcpronoitmrj .l.u rf'aU-Is nH'ci.nj; onto tremendous J'nrgsiin-- ni Avorj'B, ill of Vtlinni ato Kopubli-- Snll, ih'etn i. an lmprciwlon Ibat Tn.ielifr Tho UNiinl iiuinbur of visiting at $.jO.OOO. caufl and the largest tmiuiifaulur- wl" 1,vf suonJxi ui lniUtiii In miy f. (orneyi nro in itttend.ince. comrolIH to tieml era of tigriiiiilturnl impleiiiuiita u oil.er ciniuiy t Win. ilr'jwn, on the olinrRO or the South, that paper has gotten .1 OK i embezzlement, was Riven one j cat down to truth after tjicsu hpliiim,, mv fui.ifle.l by nilicit or 11 UUCllAS'AN'i UJ c noxnriuNT. r Hickman, ' in tho peiillontlary. A.THOMl'ifW," v ,,u vo:irn mul liin.u wll li.. il. I.. olllcl.it JvcUloi.it ftimi luinvvrlieie All rn;Ari Ju.it V I. BAMii iL, J .....-,- , ii. in ucli (liilnioui (ecu tu me lo lia x.vurr lux 111)received n complete new stock of SIIOKS, mul we Have just J, KiiIIii Jiil.V Tito enno natunt Loitlq .lonon, I'll- Hi. I nniilt of support of ooiiilriiotljn jf li.it, ur iurn ojitulouf of 'HF' making lniios on 'litem lo.vrr limn ever lieloro. for nrfloit, waa oontiutied to tho IIIgl.Tiuiila.il! many Keiiuhlican wli.M tie litw oiiftht lo Ixi uoxt term, mid also the (Jntiiuiuii-wnalll- i LOOK AT TIIKSK! Tlicrnfure, all loaeliers nro liulificil lbl II. DUCIlANAi Pri,.r., J J i' . ...... lON'itn.iwr v ....!,... priiieiplon it has !ei.( to tho URiiltist Louis .loncfl. To bo lime at t'liAll enfurcn lie law jul AKUi;u, I a, I,)., . UCALr.l.f, Jr, 1'HOIMT AND LOSS! AHiMifilfufhlrr Hendricks and .1. N. KIiir as of thoagiicultutal cIihsuh ft . iluu, It will lie my unitiiManl llii lf tti. .,nwi tin- twrliOciHo of an; for LAWKS' (ILOVK-GUAIBUTTON SHOES, o! to tho killing of datneH I'rtttlNiiia hIimiIttt.a INMA Inttixt rvi.i clroulates iimong from Slate to but uibe iu revoke plaiu and coijitutic, on, I do law In ho ititmartu...4.. solid winked Ibittiitt Holes. Sold cvciywlicio ut $1..' tjletin. Mtttl IhU Mr .i iiul nee how auy one cn MiliiU'lfrtaiii! State ititii in doveral of tho 5?!! Tito oca nRainst Dec Jtrooks ii to $LoO, Tliii Is u grand Hargnin! la llion OOMTNA. Wo give il for tho truths It Ttiu n titnira acniAl v.lio fall or for murder, and the one nRuiust nf lciiuvfi H'lfiiJ on nec'iuul tHW Obeli IlarRrove for hliootlnR with r..nli.lH. rl.tf 'I lll. I fin oilier ihmlilitr, I ut for no cll.et rt,uon. Ullm ttlt llii WI.JO tho follow u.g uilulu euiitaiiio; Slum tlif law known na clitr rtaioi), I intent lo kill, o;n eontiiiued. Homo and l'ltrin bope.i to see I.A...KS' OKN'inX.'. DONGOLA MJTTOX, im fish tHiH of power t ir mr lu know li ft Tho time nf tho eonit, uo far, :.t t "OWKI.L&IJltO.,) Mr. Olevelaiid eleeted t'lesideni, Jtenioilier. Hlilr!i iln any l luiiipil im1 I' I'lcm A betuitifttl Slum, and well worth $1.7.". has hugely bei n cunt lined in IMHTIIUIUTION 01' 0A1NU: for ho ietie(.nh tlm right aide, iOTokr vour er'itlcii a .u u.i'iinlof Ux rr& le'i--r rar prepati'itlons, moiioin, Ulna i'. iu :ar- In ft7l Hint the pooplii'n bi m, uh these 'Jci3iuiui iliil pi" oii frr.ni 'I 'a oliicc. t ' J1I4 Stv., and henceforth more :? J.l'J 11 S.Vl Nllhllil. .. t w vital ibiiut Sni Till'. I.KHT I.AD.KS S1IOK ON KAUTU Having bouuhl U'. t.rocerj Mioek of I'owell ii Hru., will continue Ibo :oin.iy II S trials will follow. Thu l'atiC. ' All T Airw ...II. biir.lues8rat'tha tie.!. lloU'n the money.- ficutiltie Dongnla, ('(.4toinaM"iiil. Heat .. Mtiii.il ..i..i i.i i. Judge Unnillc, this being hia litht Tho oi ee J'.ill. " III lllli IIIU "I "" lurKtrii-- Arnli-- .s.iin ti lie that lie In ....oc .trae uddiiionn n. tin. nillHH ....i ntr,..L. y l'ltiilutl, I'orfwt in Kit, ami Unexcelled term In tlilu county, mauffents a Kn.i t r 'i Kstravagaiieo at VnHliingtoii. 7 Tiik l)K9TK.i.c Id tbi- i, rl.l for I'ulu, kttp aiij and feiytliin; iu tho Ve:ip. dinposlllbn In clean tho docket ho All width", Lift and mac.Aolotig H4 tho fiirmers of Amor Uriilavs..N)rrii, Ulccra. SaIi ltlipiini. Kevr VAI.UH Ol SltAltU.'l SKUIUS III V A , funis poflsihlc, so that hit; hucccr. Yhti vihI ti.l lrin..MH ica are denied an upon market for Niien, letit-r- Clni-llmnla, (JiillMain, ,. ...A or may iuhei'it no inoro old eanua Ilrir. HiHI.fW T5. k.il their pi . duels, the tariff laatio will LoriiK. anJ all skin hriiDlionn. nml I'O'l .....,.. . i ir r.nl llil.fr.1 thl. in romalii iji uo tmy roiiulreil. It. titan van with faiinosto all ins Croili Oil. t.rni, cmiiitaui...... .,., ., first importaue.e. Tho liwly cures I'lleni or perfect n in action, la gti iraulncil lo i;le ilif avoided. Ileuco, It may bo an. I' tullt llil trim, wlUJItt!. ...... .u... IfcWciiteiM? Wi'tfer3 l.ci tariff, In Jar judsuiDiit, ountlscntcu rcvrfoVatfsrt fiavj or nlonpy rcfunilcl. t'ricc I'j cent wr Line. Mimed that court will be in sen. t'r.i.l r(.iit tli.;. Further Ian 'lOtiueement thriiucli ihe Courier will be mado an ,. r ii of tho nt.irkul products box. Kor H.ite by u. A. ltulcoube, w Sil." ' Jie.W "OOilB UtltVO, ... .. . . ,,., of tho Jfim. It is a HPOctaU tax SKltlBH "II," Shoos, in tho market, stint nil of nest wonk mid prob-ablWK carry the lnM line of Children's Seliool ... " Homo of tho weuk following. Value lift Tin., .a'.fi. uTi levied to otiriuh one dims at tho mul ut nttiuli lower prices than over before tv.Mfll ' " Ildm OiKltrm.... bi A L2ADS2. (iltAND JUUW of t ivnl (nlrfl.l IliU ttrm, a cxpotae tjj, ouother. I i ruin Irrni.. lint, our o)ionent, what Slncfr Hi llrnl IntrO'luolIon. Kleotflo Hit W. l. Walhott, J. it. Iiowinnii, I'roli, Miiiimnii. fM tl,l trtlil..... l.Mt llti.lrwl, has Mia Dniiiocraiiu party done I'm Iiiik g.iinJ ripl'lly in popular fmur, T2ic Juo. It Veatuh, Hon. P. Klng.-L- . I ?JtM nbou. the t.irifrJ ml il no. It ia ciearly in the leal HiaonK 0. Young, V. U. Smith, 0. L.SImw, t'rrtt ttiin( r1u .. ..,,... . ifCSu, Ioium una nllarallm" v. .i'"- - .. . . 8,,,co 10"' i ,BV0 nur iupiJ BKltlUH "0." . IJ. IJoailurant, KM Hecvei. Tom a ' u,r,wl nilttlii LuihiiK -- l.iob tiermll. it u W oiler nt Cot mul in order to make pom for Fall Good U.t triw It lolls orr tho 1' uocrald over beon ablo to as a iitiftfrngo or rituxtoAtii, it h Dillon, sr., C. I'. McCloihui and Vtilr iltl t.nH ... .. .....mm.... ... Vt salk r.v D.UI .u ..... A.ut imrrit rocJIcliip for put a IJoiitiicrntie tax law on thu r rMtt 114. rrM ..... 4a liis Jasper Uockiunn. ISIi liuovch, 18 I'rjl, coim.ii, tltlUilM ........ Stomach, Liter or Kivtni.)A. Xu (inn or o'br c a cvrniid statute books.. Before iiiivtlilnc all loremaii. tl.l. IMu. ...... i'l.it, lll. iuto ilie ,StIiiiliRvtln.ii, could lie done, a JJepuIilirau l'ro.vi't wil.' euro olok l'CTI'l JL'UY. 7CZ idont or Hepubliean TrnKUl A lrle Mr.Url.i irom mo iii. - v.. Cw iiJrt lr. .... ... a 8ounto W. A. Xiijlor. 1. M'lchols, 11. vttcm. fcilf.iilon aiiarmiieeit wim aKUIF.3 "D." IltfKMA;;, KK.VIUCKV. to be consulted. rae'j IkiIIIc or tlie Dinnev n ill br rclunded II. Mniford, V. 1'. fillibs. 15. V. Vain t.at t"rai tip in minu;cj,.. liefoie we can reform tho tariff, I'rliv mily OOo prrl.illl. Holl by C A. ...,..,...... CM) 4iW Ihi IM. MM Oliambcra, D. WaUoti, Alio I Hickman. ry. II we iiiuK ha,vo a Democratic Pres- Ho'.cucU', ilrufb-ist-, rM lttt.it Oils frrw. .. Tliompnon. J. 1'. . Houlhac. All ilie trinun I, rir.bur. m It. Vr la II.I.I.I!.. ident, Sonuto and IIouso; that is ,n,l nee it. t anil l',ii..r of lliu fjoJ it Vi 3 A. ISotidiirint, W. If, i;IOwn, W. ...m. vtUHirav.k, II. I. l ri 'Cf: ;.&&& , reialuo.1. irT7i why the Homo and Farm is for T. I'arliiuii. L.T. Healli, 1). IC. RuIlroit'I Time Tabic. iotji iipunut .lp just il.e iMng yon want, Glewj! '.nil. ' 1. J. Ilnllew, C. Hiimau "n.'! Smith, Snm NoM comoA t lie Forco Hill. Oar T"'- - At Vf ffl :?., o. & at7h. u. ii. J. Self, Mat Klmborlin, J. A. 11.1. letMl .... SUI gbl t) l.arelt! I1. Work on tho Hirkmnn m UepnbiU-nftinnds any it is a dead 1.1. l.i m ....... AdHiviy l.BVK' liOCATi J. 1. Cieed, K. K. Kellv, I'ml m.H.r.i'alji, IU. UrM. Train I'rvlil, hue eosiiiiiftieed In carnOMl. riln N... .1, l;i Umio. Who killed ill It wutniot Trnlu S'u. 51J, liii'.rr. n j Ir.iln N... VI, Jl.Mr n i tl.iai fi i x Mr. .1. l. Truedale,$tlio noutriiot-or- J. li. Fields, N. H. Hallow, 1'iaiik I'njat T4l. tl ie,id "hen tho licpubltentia leul This roHil iiiA'a c!n.o coniuctuin nltl: '"(W Harnett, V. II. Mathews. Tlin Legislature adjourned on Iiiih a forco at work borltiR coutro of tho IIouso, for Heed's Hi I., N. in McKenii Rotn? corib. n:iJ Tupsdsy to Nov. IS. welli. and ovcrytliins ia problems-In;- ; I'l.V AN CI A I. STATltM KNT. OoiirrreHs nassod tho lroruu Uill. N. & M. V. nt i'a lllCAli Jililc with It', HESTpOICHS ! LOOK ncll 10 fur Tltu wink will bu It ns not dead when Hie Uo- M1"" sj1ub a"tU to:,', l,,e ."''tiru hccouj. (Ill's Silk v'ontK nt T."i o'lHji Assirrs. il with all pOHsiblo putiliod for will licnt Diehs ;iiiham& 7c. publican Kr.llotml Conveiition met, u'aJ'",',BH r ""',' '",. worth l .!!.", at II. C. Aiumm.'.. ,K'"i Host C.illcom rn: onrncKtiio.ss. fill linn lint flic li'nrlil. ltlll in tlinirl ........ t'JaU M.lMkJ Mltl ' . ., or Ilie l!;ili-ii:iHiiih.:i. r4n.4v.i Cl. 11. liny K'ng has been OkC liel'ore liiKurinj: your llfo, Hci Tablo Oil (lotlt I.Si i.. ,.ii. in. Mifoly plaerd in ilio Niuhvlllo pen It was not dead whon Prubidciit Ilrouu Domcttiu lie. IwrvlcfH eirerv 1I anl 3nl Sitriiiav at K. K, Kl.u-.-Oair.I Rtit Ids bo i.uuiliv.i:. ll (Miliary. Hriiitlifu! OlialltOQ. ,'ns. Ilnrrtsou was interviewed about ' l":'iii a in., liini .' 10 p. u lery FliJay Ijnatril ., rK !. rates on tho now Distribution 7.h.l... l.r. I.''"i . H Ui instil it 7 a'clock eerrica auil lectiue. cater su Heavy Sli'rtio-,- ' 8 1.8o. It a few vvoeks nj;o, for lie eudois-oiwltMly said tlmt 1'oHoliHi now otfored by tho "Old It linn fir. S. rmituou, ItcCior. Are iit.ion, the mauv drives of. it and insisted on its :..tsd.t;e. I wt i fit the mill who oveivbndv Mutual." In event of death, be II iW lUi,r7.Nu & diiAvr. Tho Now York Tribune, owned l;rir-h- . died before do wits born. 'liMm,n. DF MEDICINES, PilNB AND DYMTDFF4 fore the expiration of :woiit fcrod by . in.mnz.i-ii- i ruimil t'ruM oy .ur. KOIU, lllO KCpilUIieall eall- Ilcmlipim torn for urcrytlilnj; eiirn, all prniuiuinrt lotiirned Sri4M ctry ljr.l' day Prcnehl.ii; tiDr. W. J. Ueboe, of Oiiltoi). l evident, does erry J an.l fiL Lur.l'. .Iajnlii fncli !M' dlllate for with thu fauo value of tbo Holies I needed in mcKniM, siy don iiioiity, wms nominated for lint thin!; it dead. Kurlyaud l.iie'mniui'. KUIer J II. Itcuil.ao, imir. Oui;r:tM)2 policy. . S 111 J .... unit uciuinib 1. anil " MAl.nnl a i..tf n.i .. - W .. f .lu , li. WiuiuNft Co. respeutfuil;.. ask my friendd !t. .1 .1 0iii!is by tho Jtepitblieaun of n, ...lav'. 't..' ... . in auvocaics ii nro eonnuiiy lafiieii 10 aiionu PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. A ICentnckT boy brought to 11113 IlihUScl.TnOMlny.nt IMtliicnb. tuiav vu" ,",r ,IUIS,",4 "" ojmiruuy j, j .m ... t fl8 .. tt... ini.nt.l!....i.i a"l' ' Dr. 1). M.is.in, of I''Iiridn, will I' """"", liestrnces. ,....;.... niiil lL't tJicir Ikcatl. :c. for Sun i ... hi teacher a phyftl ft rriKM.in.atiii.1 I.. ., letter flout preach nt Ilio ChriMiinn church . It.' tt I. mw man rIiiIiiir lhal"lhM boy in unfit nun iiciaiiiion wiiii me mi V Konato and tho next I'reBidonf.tho inirit par- - 'iliil'a Hun ,, , tilti "V-ilnilal i Ill tn L. Sundiiy morning nt o'clock. V control of tho election u.uchii.erv to attend for IIOI diy.s." ly In tins Disliiet had boon .c.iii..,m'c,, 01' S:ook ,,, ,.m i.a ,,m ; u.u Miss Mollie C.tldwoll, of The lour mid rather exacted pe- iiic.butiiKtralL'ht Iteiinlilieniiniiiii.;0 o Into on Saturday niL'iita iu itl ,,,., If n WMiit Yumter, III., foriuorh a favorlto riod iiatued iirottHed thu teacher's ination was voted by 70 to 17. Dr. older that everybody may fiOl liJtida Hi K XrS, 2 JTS of ltepublicuti supervisors. If yon w.4tit lenclior lirrc, ia lsltlnj; friends In fiuiplcloim, oud he (Uncovered tlml Doboo is allowed three weeks to what they need. If rnm lliM llfH.b, Do not docelved about tide matn till MN-i-' iHit If 8:1 'J V. V, llUYKH. Illoktiinn. tho phyrician had written 4,;t or 1 decide if lie Uil accept tho nomiIU( ltft Ij, l vhi ter; It is n living issue, mid uo 9l 5,ol ItMiU, MUCK ltr.ns' In tho place to Ro- da.VH." Tills tho liorliad cluiiiRed nation. ll .;! Here wan an open ship in man iu tho tiouih should for a n vmmI Ha4ttt trtl, If i wo fear, election to have your cjes tested mid fitted to ";UU dayo." Ihofsteto thosu Tltiitl partjitea will The newnn enigmalaw, 11111113 or ,,u" ulu If jtrti wtut Uithit; provo u"sm"Ico to If jiMi trmit 1UH Ii4iliilii.ii. wlin Hiuilnil it fii.iiilititii 1. to Slteetar.lea ol all kinds. If )ti Hint S:tpl.i rt our voters. It will require Bomei10 !' poiiuus couict minlnjr Kopubhcjtis of this District I If vuu Tim nipper Monday night, troubles aid uoi only serious .Yiiumi'i mailer is ei In Urt, ,.. wrfiit C3S want HhhIii" I'ln Mf.tr, almly mul euro iu ordor to under. rRIKTIKS f ") gtien by the Indies of ilie Kplaco-jm- .nosta.nrntliiK. The tlino Isnboitt our Hh the duly othem. iVon.b I uounty oIUcuih raise tnonii oj church, netted tlinni about i?.10, now wliuii Hie Htroiip; nrin of lliu tofaiuiliitiiie '"','"'.ia8J f there Is 110 OouriOP OII.ICC. mid a pleasant evudngto their law must bo enforced at any price, , 1!" "iTflbss cuts all alou the! M,ve(i with its ic.iuiremonts mid V x.". '"'1'" --.h.1011! Hamhw. & biiAw'siuout.; h.Mn.et tho people on it ho tli.it j patrons. u! "Id'roj.riatious. or tho mob will control every! '" !I Tin ")' lo ul.l to vntu iiitclltKoiit.tVin With pnmo people tt Is not thine;. All this trouble about con"B1V MQV eriSSemen IS. v in accordance with tbo law. L7v,bl11 1c0"",!f viels in 'JV1.w01.co and eUowhere their own troubles so inunli an Ilio " """,u "' i'"' In Ilio work of aro not informed If liuppiiicss of their neighbors that oinui'ocue, audi ti. l'...Z7iM'!? i .1 " ,. ll11 people wto as louu.rcd, lherc.1 n,Ku ' ' '""iCw have enlist- 'C,;'i will result iai.o bcnellt to free , ,r iliittirtia them. tho "of ,cd oouio llin Lemsla.' ...m 1... 1 o Seinttois in, iJULJr bVclllieiii 1.1. uij ewwttn U tuivin n mi ..in tlir.lt RriTii Dciuuciat 1. t niu "in 1....- 1.. 1... I... 11... r.it. CiUcgo It I nstnnUh'ng how low l" i'iui'ul'l uituilliu IUI i.fll... llllU I.. in Idlll.p it... ll.lll't A luallel nuubrr of as tho polls tnvoto. :.... young you enn liny a nil c hiiIi of Clothes w - .inn iivniiiiiui-i- i iii (.Miiiru '.' rij;iivii IF, iiiu ,.V""mi,V ilie (.niteiiiur. .,...1 i. m died itiillious from the TicuMiry.' l'uilla and Traelifrs licuril aI Ij'llci , . tAniifinliln ' can ohliitii Wo kuow Mr. Clovelnndis hon-- l I,,icU ! '.! .!,r:.i,,P" ,,,!ll..u V"tc 1!. C. AMliKlio'a. at wdi "!'V 7"' r AM 'orthcT-vo.- , Itoorat Dolly uroiahril, uttiin for 011 wry i.ouuk ui uioininc Cot. blunt', obstinate and that if ho! r(t. piipiU, liouatf mueii not oiibiier uiuii every tnreei ,.,,r :um. M.o. win conveulcut to College, int.ic An Infant child of .Mr. and ' yenib on tho petition ot not iesb' Ill 1... 111!- I' III III" II. (J. iV.MIIKRU. is lobby oouhs to ic. Aj'ply to .Mrs. I I,. Motheny died Monday. III! LK. - i... irill - ... llll I !...., illlll be IVeideu tho lejisilation. . ' .1. .1 11. .. Of? ..... ""O an inlli in AiliS lll.TTIK MtQ., hours . shorter time to cast .... May I ho Nplril of lovu sustulii tho thu Hon. Win. Smith. iuu Bhorl tkOMllitf til II if fl il tn Vi .i . 'lroy A.niiie With I'ecjla-.will get Hj pasiK1 Dr. Jail. Il jvji-.3 Fsesui tes. v,"tf '" t"1" tlh""" xv,,i'- - iluJ ,,. ,"T. 7 1... , speech, Mondny, ainioiincod Ins licreaved patents. K. P, S. ii oj.-- , MOTTOl " J Z :. : voters Imdao well preparo to vote froor tradk, eei mum u public j.ih! ., ;i '"''"WH r,ro,1" Cir -.- Mnrrlnstf un. not be a failiirn.15 Tua:nuiHirse. " iir.;c. ibi! j poiulituros ""C ' tt,1'"5'' LA01LS. Ooant Sral tumjar lo Pi I'VClafaUS Kalirn. as posMblo or -- Mil. Ju.lSo. IXirHliia yJ blentld uil nlli Ho in thor m.J,.h71 tie'; the tiiueof trtkuiKi in, i,.ri in the 'rli iinr Mti.ic l!;rlmtnl, A - r.r rtB H nti.ir but when y. see a man will. IT,11, lioino j;ulo; with Hiiirisoii, we j;el CIA5C0U Y. X IV.1 f. t t w,. A Li'mliJ i.. Jlu. 1. .'"..J.' tfrl'Al.t, .'I. A., ynvijilrut. ICOfKINSVILIiB, KV. " inor. Plwlnr the vote. It alao proMoa tlmtj IIIH.S Ixatlca ( .hildreti you at n,-- lo think itl0"'. thu tail IV, tl.o Force Kill and f.. rt.'.S: .S Beiitlomiiii, snd had a Bti.Jii ike voto shall not bo taken within; Ms J K I'lioaomnHKHiu. ivniinj from treason expenditures would be better if It wn. lowiu-in iiuti euutitv. .mil. wi iiilltV davs tirueediiiL' or -fnllmMiii' Iv.o lennoonfiilr IM 40 Ono t hint;, or two, at a time is. . ' r. cor Ladies and iMdldreii') tliiiik, lhrott.dioiit tho Disttict. nf t'uln, Chulcra atiit our motto. Wo cannot t.otllo L'if r tl c?r.,e.n6.i8. at creatly reduced ptiees, at Tins Ipurcb tliH race betivcon Uaut any other ideation. Utmrily mroit tl.o IiIh f Mr a. Jane WnitUAt 111k Maml, V.i. U.t April. I 'O1On1i.it, r( tlila flutu1' lie alo Mulv. every question m one cntnpniF.ii. s.rfR.,.l.ifieEW,D.o. 11.0. AJIHHlta'B. Cros6land and ('ol. Moss. 3tS,'sa-- i liken wlili n ery mriro lt;n-- i.f tliai atr.il utlitr ry baJ e,ice i.f boii W'e have been tlcilitinu for froor, Tho world is full of trouble t liml it veio in i.iy coniilalut tbeir l..ive bron onrril by this trade for 'un yeiK; now Hint it is & An eiehanKO savs: A 6tnme; because the) euro so many folks rr ontered a lloarlahiti town iu lr I irlrd eev'rnl in roach wo aro asked tu tal:o up j'STS-Armetic, rciucily. Tor enle by C. A. S70TZCI.. neb at lllaiklvriy rune, i'arcorio .nul who would lather havo teni eon in Hliiiolb. a few soinolliinc oUe. diib hk', and .liinuum, MiiLuul Rtiloijt tny rdirf .t i.'ii'i'.vi-iii.tjii.mix. now ilmii tun dollnrs nfier awhile. ) Jol.non, J'.nolt jjouil ihiiii; in its turn. DEAT.ERB IN T.ikcD ill' trjy, by n leading citizen said. 'y Mltntluii i (lieu cnl!rl 10 Cbamtxr-Nin- 'f of dyci1, Ky., i mils leilow i iti'.ons, ihrttjou !.h.rf Tho Ways mid .Means coiuinittco ltoys nml irls, yet up your 'I want to iiirol the enterprittns ly byCillc, Olioleri nail Pikiibbru IUoi Mr. f. f. TiiMley, w Im livl liavo to ohoose not botwoon (!leve- our H.rrel. or light 1.4), I ULL, lone m.iar xlales und books, foi the Iliekiiiiiu biisiuohs men of your town. (Jim laJlln Nbi,!li, ring ami lr.lt, 4 vcmoM. H i there, nn.l in ili.ui De of tiie Hondo of HepiCbonlatives. lauti nml Weaor, nut mo their iiiiinun The unlet afirr IkVIiik a tuiall iloie I wn 111. .(.iioitinf aa uP,.rai.rJ at in both t'ollerre will noon throw open Us .o.itfio (J011. atieisel3 tlio buu Clovolaoii and Harrison. Vi ' tif'y lolIri liin.iloS doois for tho fall anil wittiur see citi.en said nothing'; he nlmply ' ilirel) rullcrca I) li. Ilurfonl INrrif Treasury mil otlcrctl uv Alliaueo1 eavtr em.iint no eioetcil, Ueu. diven umltr si? hand tlm July S 1S'J2 liandftl a new npuper to he Mruiie; roek, Amlimt Co, Vi,. by V. hlllll. IIK.i: DAVIS, J.l'. V.C uieinberr-'- demurred to tho conati- - ulitwoll cui.not lie eieelod. 1'ivory or t.iul poiutud to the aiUetlise Idv- - Tho CASH in re.:nrdoil witli A copy aiimt. ' voto cast fur IhduoH or Weaver w. r. xa.lok, c. r.,o. c. greatest lespeet by Haltzk.1I & uieiits. Tho liiul was aufliciuut. Tho value of a farm, savs an lulio"a!it)' ot t,,e l,i,i " lielly in tho iionili is a voto to stningth-c:iiiitHtiAw. They will ejvo. us jjood CTrlf vou know how cheap I 'Xu"na. is regulated by its near- stated their objeellonn us follows: Harrison. JSlJEliLE. XT am offcrlnj n tra.1 ' I Mni khH l0 tuuritet and tho oharaoter nluo for it as anybody, i'astu am Hcllmj; sutplo and fancy Good If then) should lie a reduction Wo toll no i;es to our people; MAURUS Hiw Furi.itmo nl g rMlr nirtufol rrl''. VT " 'f lt nolgliborliomr roads. Oooil tliis in .011r lint! of all kinds, you would eortalnly vaitto 01 noons nuor tliey nroi wo stuto tiio ease as wc seo it.i tttrj full un ai all tiro. of CM a'.r . Rookors, Tahlos, Unrootd. Wash3tanjlo, Ivl.rch.rvn.1; , 0,"'f, uuihborJtoutl will stored below 80 per cont., the ijov. Wo boiieve, nut that Cleveland's CrlOBii Kio , uml KmranteiJ3r Worrtrobon, Illokinun oottnty Democrnfa buy now lioforo tho Kail stock ar 'Ht tho bu lliulauoti. farmer more llian ho over criimuut would lose; If tho vultio election will bung tho millennium, rrln to are hokiquarto.--. jrrvj.atrv ...... i. nmrlw it. i J:ouui ttl itusomo j;ooda will surely HI01CMAN, KY. nro to meiit in (Illntoti, Sutitrdsy, la Uill o UiiddrtaKors' Ojoo XXTVf Any. l!()th, t ptepuru for an old. advanco over tho piico 1 am now ''reamed of. Itailroads ran novor Increiifips, the government would bnt that it will bring pouoe and mumi ma M.u.i(.Bar.l lion. We onrrir larKo llr.a ul ui'pijr mo puico 01 KotKi puono get uotio of tho protit. Tho juris- prosperity by ending forever nil tfiTBi?liolrlajaaJ Job . fashioiied Bbop iu I.iilwlh I'look. Iinportail ooil, Democratic oireilti),' them. diction of tho Federal Courts talk about tho Faroe Dili, and II. C. AMiu:nu. Triinnilng, itribnla Outline, rally and barbeeuo. , would bo increased so aa to niako oponiuc ballxiactioii uunr idei markota to tho 4.10-i.cg.uiiiiie; 1110 ruiuro 01 tie ices of a railroad. It Is essential, them mt iustrutnoiit of optntssion Auioricau producer. Oov. Ilrown vetoed tho Ileve-intuntooil. lyOiIIIilOIA!, .Mississippi river mid vulloy, . loin. ihat.j;ood roatla couceutrnto about to tho pooplo. The bill tends ami Taxatlnu bill, thu work of 0 months of our IiCglMutuio. The J. ItiallB,ot ICiiiisas, writes: "Tl.o the railroads, iu order that all 8trouK!y toward centralisation und IIl'QIC.iraVsKl.'. 111 You A of rookrl'VlcJllPff. effect Will bn lo keep thu oltl Hew- delta ol the .Mississippi. Iiclow its ertnl markets mav couinoto for liiir,rr.ir.i uiiii t.wiivi,ii,i r.....i,.. ft juiietion with tho Ohio, richer ,.,n tho firm prnduutH. No bus!- - Great Uuctuatlon it. curruuuy will Twcii l'?n iwo CliNtcr isfalillsliei1 itt law in operation. 'V II A. 'X' d DUALKUrt IN Qononient to Oenirally - Hand tlioHtibseriptioii prlec than tho Mlo or Uiiiio. o.neod3 noM limn possibly can reap tbo follow ttu utmotmetit. Tiio o per- - n wiMi-- .jlJfiHiiUm. dod.Mted to fnTHivor'lii. jBussou (Jail INich.uiit., mul l.u tlio uiiuiblnudamioflIollat.il unci sumu bene'lta from a railroad that ationa of tho bill would not bo .;. m.i.-of any Xowftpaper or Mupazino very A'.luu. Itog. l The iutit und In ueji tied nuder tho tan. Industrious fann.i oouliued to fnriuers. but tbo iron (Ill' ll dWiy inipiUji!oV upketrf, published to D. IC. W11.M0N & Cu. btiuiiiluu or rreit iulior and tho in- - It f,. mor nil nkillful In ttou mri o Comfort railroads tiro prosper, inon, Itimbermeu, and tho inauii- - IIM I' dui ers nlon r.ud receivu your papor through cent vcp of nf iniuji imerkl. of (h.06ta to iy,jt.ll0,ily, faoturers gonerally would com. and 'h- - yl.0 wi rlunxci ciKiiit-'l- t Iv.iuiia tlio UOHt , SA1 ' build up a fabric tho post ofllco. V.'SiSttWr. D. V. of society uiore .,i,.i ,.iii ii. ..:. v ititiUjl.iM of Uui inMiuiilmib IIIIMll (fl'l Ahhoi'I Tho Third party speakurs all opulent and oiuluriui:." 3 to Sava Mnr.RV I .1 limit m ,...Bn,i.. .'..- - th. 1..V '.'.iriikll lii'i. monVlml iiMr.h:i .Jl m.itlu.1 Ami I. .1 .,. c, "douoiinre tho I)einoenitlcparl" .." m ll. fl. AMiniim'n to them, nn.l so ..1.. Tim totl.i'l' .. DR. b. . i.U KJI. JIVUIQ 'illl i'L'llllllir. It .'tit according to tho onlria of Iho ht In twenty nvin. Htoro and e;ot somo of tholioverniuont would bo tianipitie; In , '111 t.i flXUIJij A f.ir'UM- ' will commence l itopuldiiian hoMtos. Oi'.i.isinimlly 'j.'iiiiiil iioiinliiilr,this jear on Aujv Gooils To t( I'ouu.l X3ei3.-t3trAtoiliii, tlio ni. ht imjvrlii'i-1mi V.i-- .''ii. Tim Uare.ii.is ho now ofi'era iu overvi the funotious of tlio eittzens and tip " 0110 of them will say "the two old Intteiidinir to ovorybody'b btthiuodt mul yif bin lMKin will no Ui'.r 1 :w iilluiitiuatiuuH will bo twelvo In depiirtmotit. parties." TiVinti-anut ita own HI pupils, on l.uv iiiitunor mid win tiommuueu wiiii L .V 'V IX I .v j.: 13 t V '21 IX I Ollatou M I'l IK .ir FmI of (.JCltile llatol, utihtiiwi, wix) (u! nit u tMiiith. tho Prohibition Tho inauguration uf tho scheme r 1.. In tho IMduculi District a a tiial illumination on Aug. LTith, C.oodi (tiiitvori'il o any pirt jf tho City Ofllcc oer null "U, 11nUr the jjiiidiuK-nf CowglllM Democratic nominee fur Circuit followed by grand displays on noiiii eo for CougresH, npoko nt would bo tho npeetilator'a delight; raid it wi.s endft tiii HIClv.MAN, KY. (Joint ilitdgo is to bu selected by Sept. 1, 3, 5, If,, 'J2 and i!SI and Out. tho court house, Monday, and ho could cany J?17l),mii) worili of Ny.- - o' .Icr,1' r oviirawntclitiil uitinlian th.il Dm.' atoro; primaries, Mepl. lt. .Iinlgo Ibsli. 1, 1, !, 111 mid --M, giving eight made bout tho sumo speech that wheat with less than viKI.ODO cash, tluy an tho i.HTth. 'Imo tli.rdti nl op, Henry Burnett and Gluts. II. Thursday night Illuminations In ho has been making at other mid pay tho government (iuly 1 tin were fuitlifnlly uml piuui1 tn the Sitftu!, fi'Vk'i'y. S.fvi'i'y ttuilh ,' Thomas aro the candidates, addition to four others. Kveiy places. Tho Doctor talks prohi per cent, intuiust. Tho groat li uioJSelllicr b m.lo iu tho number of Federal Chi t. r niwiuml hiinm-l- but tnim in 1'iiriliM .iiil.l bltioa and temperance some, bnt tiiaiAo mul Hutv Mill. 8n- - Too much CLOTHING- - 0:1 ovoiiiug tlit lights will be turned or accoun1 .111 1"1 l(jlooii) lunviirii II tho iiody ol his speech Is devoted officials would make it almost Im- hw l Hi' r oy "wi.iliuit" p;nt.Hiiiil it irill hand. Wo will cut prices to push on at 7 o'clock sharp and turned tu a support or tho 'third party pobsiblo to dislodgo a uorrupt Ull. llv ', iltulnj,'.iw Ixut tonu I'ilnlu ll.nin fully nitOu upuiy 111I11J lo 11W1 i.t .nn... aii uiui. i)r ihcirelaliiM for coU i S'.M. ' (I'lliH. l&Tttlio i ' Si,.t. ..! to III. oil Sum, uuies, as our Summer Units mutt out ut aiitl Mil kII my milal in.liiij: liu.ilni-.xrz as to thu tartlV and j iiiiuistratiou. it 11.. uiivt d id n iiiintns- naiuui ll. ircni not bo carried over. i. y oitantloo oxotiiinvoly to my pro. IHUl. u. i .11 Lull mi ajrirv tliorcby a.tvo .. it, ...... ... ...'.li No provision is made for there-o- f Tho Charleston (Mo.) Dotno-er.i- t iiiiuce, nml iguoros the demands .1 I VI 1,j miviiiiii'i, jii.iiii.iii.ai Ut iiui.1 rrlou, I etlr t,o lullunluj Ji'Jcii'jJil l.u.iy.Kit &: Shaw. rI!7 of lint wonk nays: County j ijitx ITHNC. bin nwuprnhi platform on thnsoidi'iuptinii of tho itiany millions to ivir ii.LiniK lUil iiyilll. Ill) Im. iioi'oriy tor iulr of Hut i'f ill IJIhIioii ufllioC. M. K court Katttrduy authoil.otl tl.o for uc8tn)n.i. Herein ho run tipon' be used under the bill, and banks t'i nl' 2(10 nora Unit J ." lO.lwo llf lllj IhVit p'.iplll. I.llil ujil Jivelliiiif ai. llin) Mlook birn. Clinroh, pteaeliod two inteiesting imitlou of that portion of thoJ unexpected breakers, Monday, would havo thu power to forco a ' DSAY. ?.ifa. .Icc.C.cnt. , 1)110 Mfni of ulwilt "Jifl ncrOK, 110 ri'linii t" Hinnliifthnm, vt NVV, ft Boruinnu in this city last Sunday, county cnutiguoiiR to tho Miubis which ho will not soon fo'get, for' destruction nf any part of tho CU if id.. u! iiropoity. v.hi'ic lit in,i till ilf.A i.n.iii ilivaltl-l.Lint ...... llr.vi.j ... lln.t.ir ftaal..1u. -' lw".'morning and night, mid also do. nlpVi river into a levee diatiiot, us these inconsistences provoked .eovernniniit's uionev. Tho bill in fouco xrvn" nl ntnttnitoicttK' tn Pith, Ik ' Tornado, &C. Ilvorod lecture on Tuosday night. petitioned for by Thus. Heel: with, Judge Henry Tjler to nuswor him. 'class legislation, mid would bo mi 0 j i'.n'diij HRo, fur i Tho l'arkc T.I cry futile, itli .i.i.i ky. in vxxik ia tk 0.(it.l, iilui'h l'it 'cpinrlric outat, ilall!bcd tudoMa auil of the sermon r.. L. Deal, U.T. jMarsluill miuiTyloi s arguments aro always lust to tho day laborer and othor At thu conclusion pj.t-1mm. imtu' it wm uio.i 11.. lleka, but, toilers. I'ooplo Inning a jinrtlou. uv.i diiiy Sunday night, tho IStahnp dedieat-n- l others. Tlio district will orguiiuu strong, 4 U Office win uirfll;rf Ouo bxw Mill, jn.l net upon a cdcJ tho lihurcli Tliouuis' Chanel. for tlio purpose of securing from Dr. Smith's ineonsisteiicloB, gavo! Jar kind of property to deposit tin iciii unnilnoHiiIii to nlltnv u nmii il 1..... at f.sMam iilxjut tlm cii milt mill il ti nt nan, maple, Uo. 'Mmt.i (i'.ai hs'.K r, w p..". named iu honor of Nov. Watron the government n proper portion lit in ilio oiportuiiity to literally could got money at 1 per cont. luscipi''I 'it tonum two JHlhiv'ilfc.lll .VU11, tbo Jfictniaa l'"crry, with itofil Dr. L. OLBY-PINDAH- , appropriation for river im. hung, draw, rjuartorittid iiiuluerato from the government anil loud it (.lit let ii flUiJlllllce, Thomas, ouu of tho id. lest and of tlo I. me prltilugc. ou both elJtiot lolfl olf In int nn un ivcurt uf Umu, lattdiu MW.lUW,lWlUW. most highly nispocted oolorod eit. provouieut, and while tho pros him, wluo'i ho proceeded lo do in ut a higher rate to other persons, auneubiiKV.' Oiiceter PHYSICIAN AN01SIIA6EQK, (W uli, tbo rUtr, n hoiii-tnlalt iu Hickman, imJ 'J In Izoiih of this community. Ilisliopl poets of getting such assistmioo his own peculiar niauliur, and toj Lastly, it is violative of tho con- - Mut is (lu fttlim- ef tiio whim II lOKMAN, JEENTL'UK f . Ileebe is a pleasant speaker, and now ia not bright, tho district will tliclulinitesaiisfaotioli of all Dstu stitutlon as is shown by citations ho lii. ivlncfltsl.ia a priueuiy ai.uiuvr, tee viciuiiy, aulcnc IllafKiijiin linp. (IVUK HICKMAN HANK1, KurUiUi, apyly to dWI'L PMIKIIR. ii,l lu I'lutiiiUi uajtcr uJ l !.ui ranks among tbo abloct Uivinest' bo in oou.litiou to demand some ocrats prusetit, und aomo of'tlio itoin tlio highest judicial tiibuuals ALEX. A. TAltlS or M . un' JjgusJuili;w Miliu the la. id. hi nii'o. Thin' piinyltea thin? m the fiituto. KESTUOKV. UIUK.m .N. 'J0 llicktuni K IU .' I 3f jj-rj, . fill mm X iMBninwtnniiBiwM ravratm 'm:uimui-n- i t3; VMm'OQTn cii, ILjl ITj v. '.W .It i Circuit Court. M W-t- el Mm mnimmiMea mraunnrMKyr,. ', tiOHUf! Vl'lltlltt. TrjmtKntftniu.w.a3is.trrrntwrxAsn Toacliors' Irnitituto. aiw!ai) mmm CASP1TAL ,w .aar t;yj'rMirrtfmM,'""MUSMlMaWXM.a.a, NATIONAI, BANK, iiir.ii - STOCK $ are-no- Ksmtucky, bed-roc- k .'''rU - DlRHOTOliS. ,h-- . - -'. lull-hearte- ....( .1 I OPPICEES .1 I cue-mio- I I 98c -- V'lwr- tHl l . I Tfiiri-torie- I $1.48 :r.. ' i. t. iSmm pn-per- A1J-- i - A Iv-tr'- 'jz&x;. mmm '' a. ,-I irtc .1 arlw-M- 1 ... a 1 1 u-- - -. etrvTJTrf? 01 . H 3XSFELR& . UT? --- I one-fou- y - I vi,ii''- Drui;-la(- jl r- -; ; v 4 All Summer Goods lr, Arnold jS.utonatj.ic Stcara Cooker :-- .. -- rucn-nijB- il 4 I t Ir.l, ll ailtnt-ulso- f l -- 1.1- I mi M?, Qlisoi 9 I Qo Hti-am-i H . .111. - 1111 I I 0'-yS- lift l NKWfl. a Lu-to- . .Veeiliiis-.taicl.in- ': ,Ci. - water-work- S- . ifil I ..t:....t A Aff i - .. i " l Yard-wlil- o OHA& A. HOLGOMBE, -- A hf-o- l tilt-use- s i . - V ico-i'- 11 1 1 ...( f... i..i . ... I.I-..- I a "' Q :.. '" -- "?, w , I - 1 c, w. at !i'his! bnv-1!1- H . t uu '"" T "I l SiartlinSI StartliS ; ''U'. '' 1 i 6roa"o ''i ..--- Job - 'r"cU,,fStV,t;;;lVlK',n' , 00 llZt'l "r 1 nol-1"- " 1 1 1 1111 .!te'1 ?.:..."?, 1 11 ., bl . 1 ublb . llii-kiiia- pre-r.rr- iil .,.,.. Suets . .' rr 11 , """Tour Jif -- I" C j h K'?;-jr.'- ti: V. d.-- din-'t'stl- I t ,acr' -- n W .ll-i- .t. ., Jt r fl tu-- -- Slip-jiei- s - ...... . i; y- - Uhr-lime- u p:rf!ig.1Jfr l.-:fc.t- tlto.-M- . I ol.l-tliu- o STEPHENS TYLEB,, ,M '. Joiiil-sei- f li- -( lii - , 111 r"!.l'el u lpniFi irciifllJflflfflmers(ioo( 1 . 1 I , - .1:-- '7 111 boil-riveo- Tailor, h. Ohon-rt-ct- s, .MottrOc-f.SR- , . ttitu-blu- Qrat-olafirat-cl.i- ivors-xou- o 17 Jif-i-Mt-M- (.. ! comi-jUU- oo Don't Forget if i'lj; Im-i'i- i . riin..-iii- l ', . . .i-l- I im-.I w Staple and Pancy ...... ,,..,,, - . - 1 1 !..... i e-- I I " - 1 f'lu-i'b-l" i U-I- - SIllilB:krSfS iMi.DSON, KOOERIES TRUSTS, &c, , - 1 1 . 1 I 11 ".M-ll- 11 !. '" . . - '. t , f Taki Notice 11. - 1 ! 1 .,- - li-- '111111 - , dc-v- etiii-n.- l . I I i j - .11. 111 .1 - . i-- clear-ed- , .1 . j A.W 1 1 - . ui INSUIiANCE! fira. -- I w 11 , .V , u- sledgo-haintue- r x I , 1 - a yi-ur- - J bcvx-ra- - , S'iJ-Sv- 111 'I.- m r . ,5 ' l WMPffit&iimjMlltffl ..nai..r .: iniiTn.aiall' . ..jwnndrt. 11 . - II 1 IniiataTa. laaaiiaaTT jC4ac 4 ' Vi'iffifPiajalliaymJ'T1initlWy W '. ..". :v. --- i. . 'ih(iah ,,. T -,- - -I raTaWiraaalJaM aaaaTiliaaaaaataaaaaaTTTaaaMn'amaalaaaa m' ur - li liirr i iittmmmM iraaaaaaafaMiaal n f Bi laaaa laaal ininih r Tu liar iii'iMww7hi iBm Hi aMaiiaaaaT i i ,w I msr 1. u..vtfiii hfcVftUhMTtttlf. KljjSSk MnmMBMa !.hUMW ,v.y jtwu !;.. ' U.A ! . .j.mimmimr; ggSJiwf w y.y - y . psj. v THE OAK CHEST. Ititte Ilsrvrst nirnriloni. OF THE SESSION. this construction of the republican FARM AND GARDEN. A Thn announcement that thoNorth-Wwns adopted In tho repuli-llcn- n tern Rslla or I'rlmlllva Luitirjr Much, In llrtulti of llf ('iiMlcsn platform contentions of 1890 resoluuiie comprising over M.tmo milt of thor- state Nnnailaji. TRY IT YOURSELF. l.rxliUtlnn eiOKiiiyeiiipie,irnllwny,liiisnrritiiReiH(irtin Kvcry one, who pretends to hare a twolovv ritto Hnrtest lIxi'iirsluiisifurlniMii'i tions Indorsing lite bill were passed. The first session of tic rifty-srconThe republican convention of Massa- The t'lirc-- Ittln m Unit for lluraes n It little tnsto nowadays lays opt some Jesus Christ's Lacerations Wcro Nec'" oi Aumixtaitil Hcnieniber, will bs congress liegan smld republican predicWonl.l II.- - fur .Mm. mono chusetts declared that the pledges of In buying a genuine ohl oak fJ i,1,.TASSCiVe1 by theiso who aro liilcrMtflil essary. tions of disaster to the democratic the plntfonn In nntloiinl content lont u .m,.i J1 '"'wvelopineiitof the treat West nnd Over lite hundred tetorlnary surgeons th.it l. i,l ? party and ended with graceful recogni- nnd in many state co&tcntioiiK with hatu signed n paper condemning tight whl VsTihe believe to ,Nrl''t,aswrl nsbytV.osowho tle.lro bo genttlno and Ii to vu mils wonderfully nroduetlvn res on ma u tion of the wish of a republican presiav lllnml unit Teart Palil I or Our lleiletnpto the suppression of suffrage chcck-reln- s ns ptluful to horses and the blnckcr It Is tho inoro confident ij - ..,uii of tlmye.tr w lieu exnci. eicmuu reference vy iwi p nrrriurn .- - f.ini ..m.ii atiit mill A" littiiatlnii lllil dent innde it the imperntlre duty of vcry prodtictlro of disease, causing distor- docs ho feel that ho Is tho possesseir of trauen can bo matlp of tho m.rll .ml d- - - SA-SSfnt .rlmlr Him - In lle ii Mier- lie the subject of much Its work will li lirllllant. fMnf ta ttlin n !" republican senator and representiitlto tion of tho wind pipo to such n eiegreo tho genuine article. If, moreover, there luuinRrsllotrnra tohoine.scvki'rsaiidllioso , i.liirawsan4 lh fonwiurrs lor aollu tyr Tnlniai;e- Sermon. luseinhof aafoniidprolUiblelnvrsttnonts. controversy and necessarily an issue of to lntior imcenslngly to place tho as to impede una sry purchsw. o respiration They men- Ihi a date on the chrst, then his .Hi o cxmirslnns will lento Chicago on4 or !. camno small importance in u national . n Atll! t flUtll nml HlMlL "Till nml '1 ho dealers know Dr. Tnlinajrc's IJurnpenn preaching Is complete. measure known us the federal election tion paralysis of the muscles of tho bo pu chased nt the very low rato of one paign which involves the election of a bill or somo other equally cffectlte face, apoplexy, coma nnd In- exnetly what ho wants and they manutour h .Iran Injr to a close. The subject well its r tno rotina now house of representatives as to :," Iflfl tln.lli trip U.ulflioinu in lown, Inw on thu statute book of the nation flammation some of the results ot Its facture elates nnd blackeu tho chest chosen for hut httndny'a sermon was: lli.linlrt K'.. .'mi Wjoinhtff, n,1 that of a president nnd n vice president Itosolutlotis Indoising tho bill worn isc The its k "rueful hulTorliijr," tlio text tnhcit rein will often they make to meet his requirements bra..l, Coloinilo, Utah, filatin Uor this reason judgment of Us nots also passed by republican ,ii i. nnil .,.iii.. iici. "It behooved Christ I.nkc wlv., auso a horse to become slate convenIt Is a fraud to data the chest, but a clast ninnn nil..,. will be Influenced morestrongly than in tions in Alabama, Arizona, every parilculnr and will bo good to mi tier." Arkansas buyer hns no reason to complain If ho jorti iiurn possngo at nny tlino within twen , liitermedlatcyears by partisan inclina- Connecticut, There hate been scholars who lime gets it copy of n genul nntlqtie. lie lis ty M i from ditto of purclmmv Pull Infer-in- i Illinois Michigan, Misnd would you Ilk tions It Is obvious however, that no souri, Now Hampshire, New 3 York, a eoncorulng talcs and arrangement ventured the assertion that the pain of but to tube his peii'knlfo nnd try the a full course of Its better or fairer method of judging lta North Carolina. North Dakota, Ohio, Imlceil, It iurii o excursions enn bnotitnlntvl upon our Ionl were unnecessary. wtKxl, und ho can easily convince him best vocal ttalnlDf yppl Alton lei nny coupon or to performances from a political stand- Rhode Island, South Carolina, houtli nun a Kliejchliiir venstcof tears and blenxl 7 . I'....!. V self ............ ,.,u article lie now or w,,. .. .. t. 11... I, Sl H' n , ticket iicent, m- .!.! absolutely ftee of iiiinii.ii, i , point than by comparison with Its reviiii'UKu ev nui llalln-nj- , nnd ntfony. tinlesi Mime great end were Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont and probChicago. Two hundred years passing over an old i " c,'"n expense? or do you publican predecessor can lie devised. ably other states The to lie reached. If men ean provn that Is thorchest or old cabinet hnrtlen tho stood. This Is a test which democrats will oughly committed to the party An tit thn pickpocket tuts succeeded In no pmxl result come of It then the charand measure, till the blado will malm no (ell (bis liDtiri in liu takes things rnsllj. welcome and to which republicans the plsno, organ acter of tlenl Is Impeached, and the unicannot change the record now. Louis-vlllImpression on It; whereas that of the Ill sliamtou Lender. must submit or violin? and Courler-Journn- l. verse must atand abhorrent nnd denunmodern antique Is fresh and soft nnd of the house did their 'I he democrats t need a complel i;riirilon to ,Snntral. ciatory at the fact that the Father alwhen a chip Is removed the dyo 1 show n of taxation best to lighten the bunlens '1 course of InstrucTHE WESTERN SITUATION ever popular Cincinnati, Hamillotted the butcher) of Ills only to lie but skin-deeof tho on tho people and industries ton ,fc Dayton It lt tion at the leadIn conia-clluSon. We all admire the I It The mtk clieaet Is tho most primitive IUi the Canadian IMclflc rallwa), will ing Conservatory country. Under the lead of the wnys A Poor Outlook far th llliicln-o- f hundred men described by Term) aim as Manipulators. (if nil articles of furniture, and Itserted run a grand excursion to Montreal nnd ot the country? and means committee a bill was passed n dashing Into the conlllct when they Few republicans believe thnt H a great many puroscs It was the re- Que ie, via Detroit and Oltnwn, Lent-lo- g making wool free, In the hope of reknew they must die, and knew at the will carry New York. Som of i Inciunntl und Itiillniiniolls Thursceptacle for clothes, for money, for viving the drooping woolen mnnufac-tuirtisame time that "some one had blunOR DRAW, or of to every kind of valuables; but It was day cptc.uibrr 8, nt cxtinitnliuary low Interests and encouraging the them talkNew their ability howelect ' mi want to lejrn dered," but we are nbhorrcnt of the York, but without aro iev also a sent a tuble, a bed and even a rates; The rnto from C Inciunntl or In- clay moJellnj man who r.iadu the blunder nnC who going to do It? The talk of carr ng eollln. Aud as the oak ohcat Is thn most tllatiaholl to .Montreal aud tvliirn will The same bill abolished the compenunder the best lie II. an, tlVOO for iiiu round caused the sacrifice of those brave men ntltlve and necessary ot all article I tr,, t, tho iiiiii ,'iiv satory duty on woolen goods The re- West Virginia for him is moonshine but teachers, with plcttires.iio und lilstorleyue for no use. ltut I Minll Miow you. If Him. even it it were not there is not a tafe of furniture, so has It , exiKDjes paid ? bee. sult of this would have been the tickets the Lord will help me, this morning, Ilie prophet had declared I think It ening of clothes which had been cheap- republican state between Ohio and It destroys the elcllcnto sensitiveness to flftit to lin.n nttentlon liecn onetoofIt thto ' Ing ii 1'hoC....l...lui.will bo good return made devoted tit S, limbing .... Inthat for pood reasons Christ went wns Jeremiah had decuired centuries much more costly by tho MeKlnley Kansas. Many democrats believe iiint the bit which is most desirable In Kvcry maiden ! erepng and chettn twenty day's out make It you can Soil out how to do It i through the. torture. In other words before, the titith, but not until sin shot Dr. Kttchlng aas: "If a and every ornamental Ohio tt ill go democrat la this year, - We man must have hnd his chest. ing (The trains will run solid with horse pulling a load has his head held to "It behooved Christ to suffer." by seudlng oant and address t out Its forked tongue nt the crucifixion law. Another bill made free the binding-twin- e believe, however, that it will not Wo In by n check-relicontain her and hi treasures and lceingcars choir enr and eonche 1. In the. first place 1 remark that nnd tossed its sting In'o the soul of a ho cannot throw his not front Cincinnati and believe that Ohio, California, Orcein, treasure ouly, but garment a Moilrrnl. There and liirilatiaiHills to X used by the wheat-growe- r will o nochaiigonf Is hindered Into Christ's lacerations were necessary, be- martyred Jesus wna It I ustratcd that Tub CURTIS PUDUSRWO cotton-tic- s well; and In the long winter cvcnlnps used by the plauWra of Maine and Vermont nre still aaftlt re- weightgivinghis collar, and COMPAWr rnisiwnatorcr. from cause man's rescue w as an Impossibility. -- tho hca'rt Isdcccitful bote all thing the ini in mo grnuuisi his body that position what more natural than publican In presidential years ( Oi the south. that the season. nmadclfk!, ... Pennsylvania may be added to which Is most natural and effective." should endeavor to decorate the each excursionr ofaccommodations, For ticket. H except by Uto payment of some, great nnd dcspcratchadfl'Mgfr.M Another mnric ore containing both exsleeping-caetc., call .JTStHTcr," Micrillce. Outrajri latr AffaIn: "If the list, but there is no means cf tell- He goes on to apeak of tho consequent MPt ft. iniquity. .Man must die unless thnt ojrx"Tf,wnl m'cbt be excited silver and lead free, the purpose being ing anything about what Pennsylvania strain of his limbs and muscles and terior of his or her cheat, according to rt tjr ailitna tine t). II.JLX: I). iitrint. t,r . AlcColiMICK. to cheapen one of the most common T. Ag't n substitute can Intercept that death. ChristW'y M' ,nc behavior of the Injury caused by tho constrained taste or fancy, and thu impart to It year. Cincinnati, O. Let Gabriel step forth, lie refuses. eiuLord has sllrrc I the affections of articles of domestic and industrial use. will do this the central west th repuln position of tho head, xs hereby the an Individual character? It Is not likeHere In to reduce the enormous MeThe bill ly that a girl would carve the oak of Lot Michael the Archanircl sten forth. 8 a ship called shM'" those who hate etcr heard of it It would have lioans can count on nothing sure J Indi- breathing and circulation are affected, her chest but It I extremcky probable lie yo, irm'aml beeauso tin) rl(Kl( Ho refuses. No IEoman citizen, no A has hung tho art c tileries ol the world Klnley tax on and the horse made restless Irritable Is lson man, no Corinthian, no reformer, no with such tilctuvt as Ohltiindnlo's put an end to a contemptible fraud, and ana now opposed to Han s now There and uncomfortable. He says: "The that she would exact the ornamenta- cos J much." Juilgo. In the is little doubt that there tion of It with graving tool a repayangel voluntcrcd. tlohl llulllon "Worship of the Magi," Olotto'a "Uap-tis- would have saved the people of this state a plurality of at least '0,0!h against cheok-rciInflicts unceasing torture i the, but Its hun In the skin and Christ then bared Illavfleart to the of Christ," II innn Hunt's "Christ country from $10,000,000 to 515,000,000 a him. t he democratic chances or carry- upon the animal In another way. Hy ment for her needlework on the gar- Is ments ot men. Nevertheless some of ils rtpuMve, ami ludlnates bilious, pang. Ho paid fojvur redemption in in the Temple." Tmtnret'a "Affony In year. malady, tints ft rr, elly When these bills reached ing Illinois and Wisconsin are better holding tho head upwards, It puts the the decoration may havo been tho work HI" tears nnd blood, ajtn wounded feet, anil the Harden," ClUclflxlon,,, tvl Ibttcrs Nauwa. tho chances of the republicans muscles of the neck on n constant ot women, notably that which than it pro- 1. scoured slnmWefs, and toni brow. "Jt and it has called out Handel's "Mes- the senate tho republican majority Iowa is at least as apt to .'ive its elec- strain. They become painfully uneasy .niacins pains tron.b the rlftit aliln In the them. duced by hot Irons Smaller boxes cer- an Hoschcc's German Svrttn U mnrt ulJor i.iitdo urn nnnifotUMtin of .I Is done.",, Heaven and enrth heanl the siah," and rung nueetest chimes in promptly pigeon-hole... It. .I . . as it Is to return aud tired If the horse caunot bear It, tainly wero made lwautlfttl by .a rtititralnt it(dtlt..atlA the lit snap of the prison bar. Sinai ceased to Young's "Night Th nights," and filled Interest of certain manufacturers of toral tote to Cleveland aimeiit ol vToii he rests tho weight of his head upon demonich ail"tairtM miarurrtei ?"ccs'"' " lllc tor inlstre-csocheap plushes, shoddy and certain kinds to the republican party. The and many of tnu and kidney ccniiilslnls. nervousness sumption than any otlicr remedy qualtc with wrath the moment 'hat the psalmody of tin. world with the tho rein, nnd his mouth is violently hands of their of woolens they denied tho people crats will divide the vote f Michigan, stretched. Thus he only exchanges one these remain Incased In white satin, at Calvary began to rock In crucifixion. penitential notes of s irrotr and the sllpallon. prescribed. It Una Uceti tried titulci and In Kansas nnd Nebraska Harrison cheap clothes had suffered. of Christian tr umph. " Christ "I don't like thnt"Oh," saysofsome Te sum up lit a richly embroidered or decorated with In the t ti who mixes Ids drinks generally every variety of climate. In the Interest of the cordage trust is fighting both the democrats and the torment for another beadwork. The maiden's chest con. man, doctrine sub Show mo any other king who has so word, the check-reilesseu Weak, bitter North, Hi damp New tua in binding-twinto third pirty people of the farmers' alli- strength; brings on disease; n horse's talned the llmin she had spun, linen m i a llcpubllon, the same way.-llli- iic stitution; let every man bear his own many subjects. hat Ls the mot po- they refused cheap hu keeps him ances. Ut'Kianil.in the fickle MicldlcStatc., burdens and w eep Ills ow n tears, and tent name y in the United States, the Where then do the custom house and in pain; frets und injures his mouth, that was to serve far the house over in the hot, moist Southr-ever- y makers o Mtsilowt I rMgtlien In behalf of the hoop-iro- n which on marriage sha would become fight his own battle?." Why, my in Trance, in Hngland, In Scotland, in " post olllio republicans expect t get an and spoils his temper 'RUU'a hot iluri nn variable mistress In Tyrol to tho present day r .ro Croup, loughs, Inlds and nlttibt where. It has been in tlcmaml hy brother, there is vicarious sufferings all Ireland? Jesus. Othrr kings have had Pittsburgh they Insisted upon dear electoral majority? The blocks-of-fivbore every nationality for the southern planters. It has !ccn emthe lirleln Is brought to the house tit her I." over the world. Did not your parents many subjects but where is tho king cotton-tie- s In worst forms Nolhlug mom di INTENSIVE FARMING. To help the makers of plate they re- system cannot bo successfully used over husband seated on top ot her chrst in a I tr to cure, than Hay ployed in everj' g nnd dlftli-til- t suffer for J'ou? Do )ou nol stiff i some- who has so many admiring aubjecti us of Coiisuiup. such a territory as this when the peoto the times for your children? , Does I t the Christ' Show me a regiment of 1,000 fused to put an end dinner-pail- rnblwrr of ple have been educated to such a knowl- Th Kind or Oulllratlon ttlilcli .titurrl ivagtin, anel that chest I filled with I I ir. iiotsic eerioin e roup iuro lion Iu brief it hat lx.cn used apeerii y lemova UrWiiltv rtft'snd jiots, sheets nnd many ells of linen that she patriot suffer for his country? Did not men in their army and I will show the people who buy uoil ItrtlllU. gained M rents Kor nln by all tiv millions ami Its theonh true anil and retained the edge of Its workings as they 18S8 (race Darling suffer for thedionning you a battalion of I0.U0O men In Christ's pans and roofing-tin- , As tho agricultural areas grailuall.v has woven during her spinster days nenV dmsdUts thr'iiKliotit the statd. rclithlc Consumption Remedy. C In from the Harrison campaign of tax that lncrcaes the price of canned llui'lo, lluiTslo, N V, manufacturer Cornhlll MagaIne. suffering on all siilcs! army. grow less hi proportion to population sailors? Vlcarfan's goods and has already closed up a score Indiana, and in the absence of such not only must better systems lm nu lint how insignlfiVunt compared with Show me in history v here one mat means of control Harrison Is beaten i'ts Mantaliut a very drp voir I" Ilia ltflCfliog. this scene of vicarious buffering? piled, but more thoroughness in all dc has git en his property and his life for of canning factories depriving labor of three months Wiy, when ltut taau sines It the polls open. i its work bs w ell as making food dearer It for crimes that I hit e done The hedgehog run the road freely. Wast partments ot land culture to obtain tin his corns. any one else, and I ttdl show yon in St. Louis Republic. Ho frroanct upon the tree" In brief, all of the bills which UnHe Is a quaint little fellow, our hedge best results This would imply smallci history hundreds of thousands of men Amazlnp pity, grace unknown, passed for the beneI'ura anil Wlinlr.otnr tjualllr CONTEMPORARY COMMENT. farms with a larger proportion ol pi- -. having far more Intelligence than who have ehcerfudv died that Christ democratic house And loe bejond decree mends to pubho approval t&e Can (oral fit of the people were killed by the profit A writer upon tho subject, re- tcople eUe hlia credit for. HI curiChrist must suffer to pay the price of might reign. Aye there aro 100 men senate il lAxatltit remed), nf Itgt It The Illinois republican commit- ferring particularly to the south, says ous as you stand perfectly sllll In the in this house who, if need were, would stout t.) the Uttr anit by arting Krntly our redemption. lufuit 30th and Sipl. 27th, The house dealt tvth the freejcoinage tee has been sending out circulars to all over the country we sue farmers who middle of a road, tti seo him come khlnrys, liver and honels t cleans I remark again: The sufferings of step out nnd die for Jesuv Their faith Hut honorably and manfully. The heads of local organizations with the aro considering moat stoat effectual!.), ll piomotet Win along, then stopping to sniff and the ndvlssbllity of ridmay now seem to be faint, and I some- measure Christ were necessary in order that the h and rorofert ot alt who u It, and democratic majority, realizing that Its statement that "Illinois is in danger" ding themselves of the large farm and whine, nnd examine the strange objeot lie inconsistent; but let millions It Is the best and only remedy. Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis world's sympathies might bo aroused times they may first duty was to the people who elected in large tytie N. Y Post its attendant cares and expenses and that hardly breathe lest he startle the Men are won to the right and good the firet of martyrdom bo kindled, It for the purpose of reducing taxes The republican party stands com- devoting to tits Cltlra and Parm UlatrUta their energies to thw bcttei little creature. Then with a genllti IVrhrlntf btcreit fur pool through their sympathies. The world throw them Into the pit, cover them defeated the effort to force it to the mitted to the force bill and acknowlthroughout tba grunt he will p.tsa yon by. A very low .MelphU ItevorJ. cultivation ot fewer acres. must feel aright before it can act with poisonous serpents pound them, front edges the indisputable wickedness of )ct quite decided grunt he gives and Htirsrslt. loipalHd digestion, weak This ls a move in the right direction, aright Ho the cross was allowed to be tiail them, crush tlu in, and I will tell Hesides attending to Its legislative the proKseil measure by trying to iw'h, and constipation will be ImUiitljr lifted that the world's sympathies you what their last cry would be: work the majority in the house exposed pooh-poothickly ho whines ns well. Shakespeare, who it into insignificance as an especially Id tlto older and moreInrannj seems to have been n most excellent and ttsl by Ikvcliam'a Pill S5 cents a box settled regions of Uie country might lie aroused. Men who have been "Come, Lord Jesus, come quickly!" of the issue. Detroit Kree Press Kaum's iniquitous administration obuatnraltst a mlnuto places farm lands hare reached a value Oh, yes! the Lord Jesus has won the pension office and showed the president Hound triptlctria lll t inlj by jour local obdurated by the cruelties they hate l ic tramp prefor Piatt, Quay and Clarkson should w here It Is "loaf" turar In hit Heart tfrot on ltiu dales at difficult te make server of life, Indeed, fn nit shapes-noti- ced enacted, by the massacres they hate In- affections of many of us. There are to be his protector. go abroad until after the Ni rember the staple extremely n tho hedgehog ami wrote, "The crops pay net return an flicted, by the horrors of which they some of us who can say this morning: The mate! ial results of the scsslou HALF RATE8! Nothing but this K Cone ax, Iter , Clarle Heolt. nrllrt have been guilty, have liecome little "Lord Jesus, my light and my song; my will not be of great advantage to the election. to the dimensionswill reduce acre that w ill equal the interest upon hedgehog whine at night." If any one F e that the; read over lb" llvr llntn Stsala i. nd Hall's Catarrh Cure a valuabl rm Ilennie children in the presence of this dying hope for time, my expectation for eter couutrv for the simple reason that re make It endurable to live on tint will the investment Such branches as will of our reader possesses a tame hedge DruitcltUttlUt, TM rromCbleaco. I'eatlaor 8t Umlt. Ills las the sumo give a higher return an aero hog, let him examine tho eye ot the r Saviour. What the sw onl could not do, nity." Altogether lovely thou art My publican legislation of the billion dollar continent with him. St Lottls Repub- looked to, such as gardening ure fruit creature If he has not already done see I oa "Ate trout eaay to catch I ' Hob-- dtrretlltMtoltiMerrltnrr In jutloa ffnJ for pamphlet with mapauleompletalafotma. Juggernauts could not subdue, soul ls ravished with the vision. Thou congress, a republican senate and a rewhat and tbej tea very Hy flsh." tlonto P. 8. KUSTIS, O. P.A., farming, high-claCome, let me clasp thee. publican president have prevented the lic dairying, etc The If the rye Is the index to tho mind, as I the wounded hand of Christ has accom- art mine. The fifteen unprotected IndusOincaoo, III. firmly believe It to be, the hedgehog s Come life, como death, come scorn and plished. There are this moment democratic house from carrying out the tries that have increased wages and the only trouble with this new movement knows vvtaa rait rtru t sm p hb I run taJy becomes still fairer by using a great deal, and only uses hi Is that some of the men who go into it of people held under the spell of pain, como whirlwind and darkness, reforms desired by the people. "nn' Hulphttr Hoap Hill' Hair and Whisker I)y. &0 eaata. that one sacrifice. The hammers that Lord Jesus I can not glxt thee up. I The political situation is unchanged fifteen protected Industries that have think that these branches ean be con- knowledge for hi own special benefit Illackwood' Mngaxlne. struck the spikes into tl.c cross hate have heanl thy voice. I hare seen th v by the session. It remains what it was elecrcascd them are witnesses whose ducted on the same broad lines and Norrixo In il A dude's convtrtstlon. should convince any principles that they have upplied In he broken the rocky heart of the world. bleeding side. Lord Jesus If I hail in the campaign of 1S90. The democrats evidencejury Ufa. A Tre on a Tonar. of averago intelligence. management ot tho general farm. This Nothing but the agonies of a Saviour's some garlands plucked from heavenly have tiled to reduce expenditures but Reeds of tree taken by birds or by Louisville Courier-Journa- l. death-thro- e is a grave error, and almost always could arouse the world's garlands, I would wreath it for thy thev could not They have tried to RATCHED TEN MONTHS. Only a short time ago Ileniamin leaels to disaster. If tho farmer who Is winds, frequently lodged I n some el c y brow. If I had somo gem worthy of drive the administration to reform the sjmpathies. Ing mortar crack on the tona of h Harrison I remark again: "Jt lchoed Christ tho place, I would set it in th) crown. nbii'cs In the pension bureau, but they party wasas the head of the republican thus changing his plans cannot make buildings, and will grow out and n .e arguing against the danger up his mind to change his methods and A tronbleaomo akin tlleAo If I had a seraphic harp, I would strike hare been met and overcome by the to suffer," that the strength and e roe to acrtttch for tea 2--- T eause-i- ! practices also In fact, to begin at tin quite large tree. V One of these Isn' p of the divine love might bo it in thy praise. Hut I come lost and president's obstinate adherence to a of a cheap coat making a cheap man where on tho city of Utica, N months, ami has boon ffSBHH Was it the applause of ruined and undone to throw myKelf at scandalous administration. Above all, He should ask Mr. MeKlnley to revise beginning and study th new agrlcub of demonstrated. a city church tower. Is a mour.' . a cured by n few elaya' uso of his speech. Tho argument that the the world that induced Christ on that thy feet the democrats have tried to abolish tariff decreases the cost of products is a turo which Is comprehended In the ah, which, about fifteen or six n M. II. WOLrr, Upier Marlboro, Md. No price I bring; phrase "Intensive? oultivntlon" he had crusade from Heaven? Could the conTtliTn.! ittiliatlkUit soma of the evils and to lighten some direct insult to the presitleatial Intelliprobably, sprouted. It c il Simply to thy cross I c!lr? better turn the management of thlngi years ago, to grow, and quest of this Insignificnnt planet have of the burdens of the MeKlnley gence, Chicago Times continues ha nowrea d WATERPROOF COAT over to one of the new generation paid Him for His career of pain. If it Thou knowest all things. Ihon know tariff law. They have attacked somo f During ten yearn of Send the oldest boy to the agricultural a height of about seven feet Ther '.s had been a mere matter of applause? est that I love thee. tl vtrilt In the World I Hut I remark again: It behoved of its most flagrant abuses and some of taxes more MeKlnley mortgage s w cro college, nnd when ho comes homo let pur.h their way into tho cracks a id via arw All the honors of Heaven surging at A J TOWCR. UCJ5TON. MASS. crevices of tho mason work. I)j ,g Christ to suffer" that the world might the worst trusts it has engendered, but put on the farms and homes of Kansas him take the helm. Western Rural His feet. Would your queen give up the friends of trusts and monopoly conthe last two or three year It has her tnrone that she might rule a learn how to suffer. Sometimes peo- trolled the senate and sat in the white and Nebraska than there were inhaband borne clusters of scarlet tarple saffer becatiso they can not help ited houses in these states in 1890 Wo Would the miserable tribe in Africa? cored ttt tral rears p ot hlta illln( I WORTH KNOWING. ries. Median's Monthly thcmscltcs, but Christ had In His hands house, and the efforts of democratic have extracted this fact from the cenla ray leg by mlng V3P93I and hST tt J no Iord Jesus Christ, on the throne of the all tho weapons to punish His enemies, tariff reformers were lost except as sus several Jiniex before, but we intend Ilo to trmnt I'attlx from Tlirowlni turn cf its universe, come down to our,planet If It "I there a political campaign g ug symptomiot re they show to thecountry that the party atany prrmlnrut plijilciant sttendtd dm Italia or Hamas-liTrrc. were a mere matter of applause and nnd yet In quiescence He endured nl ts still bent upon accomplishing tho to keep It before the MeKlnley people on In Italy?" ask eel Dukane. ".N'ot t! tt outrage. He might have hurled the B 8. did the wotk. sndalirallad.butft A simple arrangement mind until they can acclamation? Nor was It an expedition task which the people assigned to it in say something make up their Louis to tle from throwing rails to prevent cat- I know of," ropllrd Oaswcll. "Vi hy do 1'aClW, KtsaraTajca, Johnson City, Tsnn. s or molesting you ask?" "I see that Vesuvius is about it St undertaken for the accumulation of rooks of Holgotha upon his pursuers; IStfO. N. Y. World. Me might have cleft the earth until it fences trees, etc, Is herewith Illus- commenced to throw mud and lava vast stealth. What could all the To Anything to win ls the motto of trated. Drill a hole in the end of each again." Pittsburgh Chronicle. TRYING TO DODGE. Treatise on Blood and Skin Dl. hanests and thu diamonds of our swallowed up his assailants He might ARKANSAS TEXA8 or taken horn and fasten u strong wire; to them little world do for him whoso have called in laK mailed free. Await SO, xpllmWr ti OrUUr 1, Itrptitilleani striving- to (oier I'p a Con- - the Minnesota republicans and while and not too taut - VIA TJIK A loading ring, such supporting Harrison witli his ultra Meare the gloriis of infinitude and etcr-- , nny thunderbolt Jrom the armory of Swirr iirtciricCo, THE MARKETS. ilrninluc Ilofunif nl. running ICnute ulty? Nor was it an experiment an (Jod Omnipotent and hurled it seething COTTON BELT ROUTE Atlanta, (Ja. Tl.e efforts of the republicans to Klnley views they are r il ' rtsw raftxalari MM show what he could do with and fiery among Ilia foes, but He an- dodge the force bill issue will not Nelson for governor, a tariff reform attempt to CisciiXATi auk is lUTi II SO UjtHSriL swered not again. w ho when in congress voted for FOLKS RFMJCED unl 17) a FIT t "".T". race. Ho who win els the I Dlie M.LI'... Af. fm. Txl.l avail. They lay much stress upon the man O my henrerl Iins there ivcr been In CTwilrebutchrrs in (r I i - sMisM. f4t nwri.iviiiiaxi-ip- Wlirt'tl w oi a'iams the stars In their course and holds the iira,ii monLb hcria T"' '"ilk! Ait Iin ii Manrait Tim lf.it, on 4 Ml is not mentioned the Mills bill. The republican party fact that tho force bill urro, rm ah, 1 the history of tho world 6uch an ( loot pneke r 2iiUm fasrtA, HUlsrtlrfriAUtlUL has ceased to fight for principles. It pillars of the universe on the tips of his . I'mniioiMi, Tut. Na.umit Tt'i Sl fw4 iV tot MUKK.I'-Kof enduring patience as we find by name In their national platform. wants the loaves and fishes, no matter I I LW fingers needed to make no experiment uw FJWT1 Mrilni anrs ! mLl rrwt v 4 nsani lr rit. A Tnk.l Af !. l.WIIIN-Ilutcbr Uti Sta. rijti tvii rArak TMf Some of you suffer Pdrty organs are urging tho president If they have to be stolen. Detroit Tree KUII'lt-Wln- tT to find w hat he could do. Oh I w ill in the cross? family ( i of acceptance. to ignore it in his 1 HltAT-.- Va OUAl.N J Siril tell you, my friends, what it w.ts. It physical distresses; some of ) ou have In this way they letter to avoid the Press. hope ''At;TlnVllewarn W. I.. llaaaJaa Na 3 reu . ailments? nnd thiy make)ou Illallot akaranhlinnl af aeateraaak. was undisguised, unlimited, Pour years ago Candidate Harrl t'orn Nn Sinlseat ,. force of the indorsement which they c: maandi,irlrKa lamaeda leilolU e.n No Sinlicl .. son was complaining that tho Clet eland Infinite, eternal, om- fretful. Sometimes you think that (iod H rhaabatltuilanaa i lraMdalealaB4 given the llyr-S tt im llblKt ta taw lae b. nipotent love that opened the gate, that hasgitcnyou a cup too deep and too have Courier-Journ- measure. II A V l'rtnwi to choice . ,(11 quotes from the administration permitted public monThe Ialnfna money un ) Sometimes t m see the FOR IXJHAt-ctf to in .Ml Medium leaf in designated national started the star in the east, with linger brimming. republican platform of l&iK) declara- eys to remaincandidate became presTl" (lil leaf of light pointing down to the manger; world laughing nnd romping on the banks The GENTLEMEN. I'ltOVIMllNS Mea pork HI tions virtually in, favor of the force ident The I.arri J'rlrno an am that nrrajed the Chrlstmis choir above highways of life, and you loot: out of bill, and tho emphatic nsscrtlon that latest monthly statement of ltftf A firnultifi tt i will nut rip i iDijf, lltnTKIt-ClioI- ra . dairy IniMfativaVtUA, trl.o i lluthlehem, that opined the stable door the window while, seated In an invalid's "the party will never relax its efforts" the treasury department shows a bal aLn tWfttoVu, f rmtrttfetn'wrl otttrTimtmum coa.fntuM. prlc i3ufLl t tU- - nrr t4J t tke anr I'rltnc to ehulcc creamery KiUAUtAitUMn mmslkIto:ntiaCa'nni II tu$V API'I.t.S-I'rlw ance of public moneys In such deposwhere Christ was liorn; that lifted him chair. 0D 'Ma bbl .. 3 w 1 " oolr :i.OO riiun miiiiiv lib inu i v Integrity of the I w ant to show you this morning one until the Jt bt)L. I Is on the cross. Love thirsty at the well. itories nUs.svx-urvlrrT.fslr,iihuiMori(fr WIO n jo cut). is securetl. What this "in twelve Tho amount at present NKW VOIIIC. MMU Love at the sick man's cnuch. Love at who had worse pains in the head than ballot million dollars The candidate uno rrlo, f,tr tucb ilt r r Ip, .' Inn imlr do vol mwJ VlJnVll fair to fancy ,. . you hato ever had, whose back was tegrity" means and what kind of was merely Indulging campaign demathe cripplc'b crutclu Loo sweating In rrd. GHAINU hra worn IhmiliPh am rrttilML "effort" the republicans were using .No. Z rrtl . the garden. Lotc dying on the cross. scourged, who was wounded in the may be determined by an examination gogy. Chicago Times IHMJtU.AH iDivnanrurtbV. !I. rrpirHi v mjuiy.1,OOBl.caa as is held together with a spring, can Hsr 11 tjniM rtitrn ..inrvufr. n rin 44 Lqvc, wrapped in the grate. You can hands and wounded In tho feet, and When President Cleveland conh.A..... Kami Oala mtirtl Sm&l i.H.i.i,ifl,.i'T ta Itln.T.rTllliirLmwnfmm Ito .m suffered all over; and I want that ex- of the platform of 1883 and the "ef tributed $10,000 to the campaign fund be used- In the nose nnd n wire conmrruiifr, nt f.ilwnr detirlna not mistake It The blindest eye must cia POIIK New men nected between this and the other wire. LAUD Western ateata made to give it effect BlAOfttioiiMnoiiilitev tha tuperiur qntiiues see it. Tho hardest heart must feel It ample to make you more enduring in forts republican platform of 1888 ex- of 1888 republican journals bitterly de- Do not draw it bo tight as to at. tbeaa ol I n r tusea,m.I, run tMlnauLifl cause any The n .luu. ..I.i a. a, h..n your suffering, and to make you say. CHICAGO. The deafest car must hear It lVimble .aJJJJJJJW. tun enli apiaraiK K ranat pressed its devotion to the right of nounced the act as one designed to ex- Inconvenience in feeding, but have It i'LOUR Winter Xa.itv i tO ft 40 and miracle, wayside talk nnd seusldo "I'athiT not my "will, but thine be "every lawful citizen, rich or poor, tort money from officeholders. Is it tight enough to hold the ring up. When 'JltAIN Wneat patents km .Va Sred.... eitif. Vl.nl You ncvLrJ0Jiud any bodily scenes at No.2ChlrKO all Presirullraaadrami. Wi Interview, all the his death, Ids life, be- - done." and you Hill never tiavo anv native or fotelgn born, white or black, unreasonable then to construe 923,000 the animal goes to toss a rail ho changes e.'orn No. Z. aprlcg , M 'I pain, tiri au.-J- j the sufferings of proving dent liarrlson'a contribution of raiaataaaY (tela No. S. his mind, as the ring pushes or pulls on yound controtersy that for our ingrate ludlly pain thnt equaled Christ's tor-- to cast one free ballot in the public if he really made It, as repcrted as his nose. He will also stop Mcm I2 i.vit Mm inuiiiB Kits,'! 7 W'ili t Ol earth Ood has j earned with stupendous ture. "It bchooTfd Christ to suffer." elections and to have that ballot duly a gentle hint that he expects liu office- other dUugreeuble tactics. fighting nnd LAU- D- steam. IUn.lMwcdllM.SBi Notice that i'nrin unel J. II It ai ,1 Mf V that He might Miou yon how physically counted." platforms tho language In holders to contribute exactly two nnd HAI.TIMOIIK. and inextlnguisliablu love. tf,7,1ltetll)oiifola. ls essentially Home. the two .. rfUlt-I'aml- ly K vaaaaTMj.s.j.v y Hut I remark again: "It behooved to suffer. one-ha. times ns much as Mr. 's tntmiiiiiiiiiiin S ... . L'tnU Somo of you are persecuted. There and almost literally the same. The, Christ to suffer" that the naturo of LIGHT POULTRY HOUSE. ., , paid? N. Y. World. Corn MIkU tt I1 Tim human guilt might bo demonstrated. are those w ho Intr ott They criticise language received an authoritative conn The republican Impuden-struction during the debate on the that Very Chanrfut to th Moik IliirliiR the IOKIf-Me- tU '1 hey w iuld There Is not a common-sens- e lie glad to see you man in you. ai IIM bill, when it was urged that the talks of the tcrdlct of 1S88- - a verdict Colli .Monlln. 4 HI CATTI.! the house 3 that will not admit tumble und fal They have done un- force Klrst quality rendered in November of solemnly 0 00 0W The dct.gn of n ponltry-lioosin this IIOG- Bthat the machinery of society is out of accountable meanness toward you. republicans were support thepledged in Clevelnnd nnd tariff teforiniu fvorhunWill live asrlatlve aata t afcaa tlralera and general nerchanta where I hav bt one measure. their platform to lNDIANAPOMS. a aaeai issue is fer a flock of llftccn fowls, the gear, that tho human mind and thu Simctlmt s you K angry. You feel as anle In yoiir plurn iru.l direct fa Farlarri Inr.eiilalngiie. II 71 Whrst-V- o, As we have to deal with very slippery dred thousand majority tvhii i wns set house being ten feet wldo kind, sue 1'udIoku 'iu tt, Jtrllo aoil width) wanted.netjnr fruci 1, Dauglat, ilrucklsu, Masai human heart are disorganized, that if you would Lkc to retort Stop! Look and sixteen nilAt.V No Ztcil !rrd , ... (kirn 4f'1 customers, we may as well clinch this aside by the electoral collej, of De- feet long. Hut little explanation is W Oats No. 2 something ought to done and done nt the closed lips, look at tho still hand, cember for Harison-THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE I.Ol'ISVIM.K. right nway for its repair and adjust- look at tho beautiful demeanor of your statement On the day when the force by Its gull in claiming U on' equaled necessary, as the illustration explain etery bmck vote itself. His well known tho house, while Mr. HempI'Wtm Winter ntts ment Hut tho height, and depth, and Lord Struck not striking- - back again. bill passed the hena (lltAIN Wheat patent.red that THE COOK HAD NOT USED Na a n of in the south and e'very white vote In aro ery partial to plenty of light iu Corn Mlied length, and breadth, and hate, and Oh, If you couU nr.K-- nnnnx-latwhat hill's amendment prohibiting the useun- tho north ns belonging to the army and navy at the polls was it N. Y. tho poulliy house nnd the design Is to Oats Mlied recklessness, nnd infernal energy of tho ' Hi' ""lured In Mis way of persecution r.i I'OUK Mm tci: W said World. human heart for sin would not hate' "'o wonls of Christ would be your der debate, Mr. Perkins, of Kansas,was a T Kit I.AltO Steam. Andiew Cuiiiegie has two castles words ' lathi r If it bo possible let this It hod been charged that the bill been demonstrated If against tho holy to now, ono in Scotland nnd and Innocent One of tho Cross It C1,l' l''iss 'roin ie, hut if "not'thy will republican measure, and he desiredtho sylvania. Tho former is one in Penna palace of admit it He quoted the clause of had not been hurled in one bolt of (lie. l'o done OU TMAL "It In hovetl Christ to suffer" with refer pleasure where he spe nds In That' a grKI way Christ was not tho flist man that had piisetutlon, ti at Ho might show you republican platform of 18BH"Mr. Speak- money earned for him by luxury the ence to elections and said: American to oil) a medicine, , been put to death. There had l on ,,ow now, with workmen In hm pi otecteel steel indusbut it' a pretty GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. many before him put to death: but they snine of jou a bereft It is no ran-ha- d er, we meant that then; and hard condition the opportunity nnd privilege given us, try. Tho littler is a fort where, with their whims, their follies, thnlr dnm remark, bt auw. there ls hardlv n under which to itll SAPOLIO SHOULD we ought to meet it, and meet it man- Plnkertons and giinbo.itsanil KITCHEN. in be It. l'erbnp you'vo sins, their inconsistencies. tli t Ins not passed under Hut when f'""lll J fully and courageously." The appeal tanks and deadly eUctrie wires ho noticed that tb the mob outside of Jerusalen how lid tho shad' it u lu,v bereft was not in vain- Mr. Hemphill's amend- keeps out tho workmen who think they hen IEWIS1 98 c" LYE hit or miss at tho Son of Cod, It was Your houo is a n ffi rent place from medicine doean t atment was voted down, and the repul ought to bhuru with him a few of the III n AIM w hat it used to i,e tempt it. l I'OWJIl (I'ATr.NTr-D- Hl'l'M tD hato ngnlnst goodness, 7n!K4!LlMUJ H),. saino f urniture, it ws record as favoring tho benefits of piotection hL Louis The only remedy ContiiMiuilvra ami ptupl blaspemy against virtue, it was tho same boolo the sumo pictures but (leans went on nnei navy at the polls The, ittOHijttt ami iuril I.ye kind so retuso of tho urniy wholnTit nftk lumior nf its made, L'nllkeother I.yn.ltbtlns; earth against Heuun. lint was It in thorn has ln- n a tol o hushed there IMio'tCurcfor a i.ioiir poi'iTny-iio- i During his administration Presimnrkabla In It effect that it can ba old on In nnoiioHclcrunil tuckcil Inaraii hi:. control elections in Coniuniptlon. that innocent nnd loving face of Christ Tho face that itcii i light up tho whole toThose who remembertheir Interest liti wltti rtinovstiln Hi), tho rontenta this plan is Dr. Tierce' Uolden Medical chapters dent Clcveliinil not only signed more such Ihnnfantj. Ithaa notcar! Injur 111 strength-restore- r, aro always rcatly (or uki. that excited the tltuptration and tho dwelling has tan lW Tho patterli.g A a blood cleanser, show how easily n large portion of thn ptoiif pension bills ltd not txitl tolkl.0, make tlio but periUmeil Haul ttj teaioough lyrup. 1 and flosh builder, thero' nothing ilk it of the other fe. t .. . ,t break up tho of receut history as this need not pro- presidents whothan all the lepubllcan house may bo composed of windows. contumely nnd scorn of men? If Ho .Son (i In 1M mlnutei iiKAonl Ml-inpieceded him, but also knovrn to mnlical science In every disonso surprise thnt the same plunk in foM Tirrwbom us. II It Uis but for rlriintlnir had bantered them to como on, if Ho lonoliiiesN 'Ii, ,os gone over fess should be interpreted as a demnnd many more than President lBWi watto plpm, dltlntentlnK ttnkt, Harrison If such a house. Is used In tho hummer, where the fault Is in tho liver or the blood, as n.rii.i-iifr.- r had laughed them Into deiislon, If Ho your soul nini u have sometimes cluteta, HnilllnL- - boitlm, rnlnla, signed. Tho i epoi t of the clerk of the wliiilowt at tho ends and tho lowet Dyspciisia, Indigestion. IllliousnetK, ami tno for u force bill. It has always been has had denounced them as tho v.ilmIxiihIs thought w hat trees, tte HtNN.SLT M'r'lCO. window in front may be itimoved nnd iiinst kttibWn bkin, Benin, and Scrofulous id toll him w hen bethe house republican tin Invalid penI'n. 4iu, .Suit , nirectlouj, it U fuetrnnfeed In every ca- u that they were, wc louhi tindiratnnd he mines hail, i t then tho thought the policy of tho disguise iU party, conspira- sions gives tho number of hills ap- wire netting substituted. Tor winter U'liillt or cure, or you have your money dock. trttat tun rria,.t wh.m ani Tt'iiiius runaDi has flashed iqion you, ho.;, will never fore elections, to their ferodty; but It was ng.iinst tho glass should Ihi returned. This lio kblft hoot Int. cies against liberty In general and gen- proved by different presidents as fol& HEALY, Noaait, lit! lltlTKlKT LYON Monruo Otrevt, CI caeo g that they brandished their eoine back1 houso Is not as expensive ns It appears, K WL K) Elm St, elovlenill.O, Hut this language hus lows: Lin criu, u, Orant (two terms), tle To every sufferer from Catarrh, no matter, spears, and shoo); their lists, und ground tuuiTAriit,.M, u ,m,m4 Is very cheerful to a Hook tinting Ltc-rhow Imil tho case or of how lontf man hath a we1ik"slde. Every been fully explained. It meant a fore MO; Hayes, ll.'l; iJarllelil and Arthur, und their teeth, mid howled, nnd winter, when It may ho to A. N. K -1- 3 1400, wImi hi in leu cm tho proprietor of Dr. Bago' Catarrh I,, und will bill In lSbS. and it means the same thing 700; Cletoliind. I.8J5; llnirlsou tfoditto), confine thf liens for inur.th. Iwilllllflil HrwntHOI I and jeered, und mocked It, hat evil had bu sure tu Uup a w u"' llemudy nay tblai "If wp can't euro you 1,8U'J (or 4JU less than ClevoNud). b.nri, vr rt..t.4 If IiMtniclloin VfllCN Will ri Ml TO AlltKUTISIII In 1802. t doubl ffuird tbcra. Cuoluiu Whotc eyesight hud He put perfectly and tiermanontly, wo'll pay t'liculde. fedue7 bcntlnel, EiailiMH tp4 Drum a tlal.hai u taw Uia Ailirrllilaxut la this It was not merely la congress that iW) in cash." Bold by all druggist. aVLtwi aaj a naptr. ft..tl luit " USKFUIi SITFFKHIXO. ll.n-..tiilit- ne be-In- jr 4(1- - out? None; but Ho hail given n'lon to tho blind. Whoso child had He " None; but He restored the dead eUtmcl to her mother. hat law had l'B broken? None; but Ho had inculcated obedience to government What foul plot had lie enacted against the happiness of the race? None; He had come to save n world. The only cruelty He cter enacted wns to lienl the icl( The only ostentation Hu evcrttlsp njed wns to sit tvitli publicans nnd s micr, and wash the dlsclulcs' feet The only selfishness Ho cr exhibited wns to give His life for hit enemies. And yet, nil tho wrath of the world surged ngulnst His libit heart Hear t scorn of the w mil hissing the And In the pools of a Saviour s 1 od' standing there let us sec what an unreasonable, loathoui hateful, blasting, damning thing is the iniquity of the human heart Unloosed, what will not sin do It w ill scalo any height. It tvi. fathom the very depths of hell, It Nt ill ttcI In all lasclvlousness. There Is no blasphemy It will not utter, there Is ro cruelties on which It will not gorge itself It will wallow in filth, it will breathe the air of charnel-house- s of corruption and call them aroma; It will quaff thc'blood of immortal souls and cad it nectar. Whets sin murdered Chnt on tho cross it ahaitcd what it would d) with tho Lord Cod Almighty If It could get a. red-ho- THE RECORO tUniprrnl lif th it e d ,,; , .. t- confl-deuc- li-- Sl itst tiver-chec- Unco-sprun- & DO YOU 1 SING pcn-knlf- o lit-a- ff wool-growe- Jaw t, n PLAY ' PAINT c. ' t SitTf" r. H-v- -- s tln-plut- "German tax-reli- rr rrmr-dlstil- e Syrup" a -- d I s. n e wheat-grower- V e - s, n j 8rp Harvest Excursions run-nlu- g a. h Southwest Northwest No, u mill-Ion- fair-mind- 0WE cr e H i EKH r'SH BR . .tt high-tarif- SWIFT & K3j ECIFIC tilt-ra- t, i 5 nATH laxounsioN-and 11 Vi a lt, hard-hearte- d LIVEVTOCK-Cattle-Cotriu- ItOi.s-c'omm- aftft- c wtn A IjkllLAl-MK,Ot- hrn J i life-lon- g s Nn BraaiK-ullaak- f mr, I .n S3 SHOE H W. L. DOUGLAS COltN-Naltn- tieil siffin i,Jkl .Sa-'i..-a..v- F rwt uaa; lf Cleve-lanel- aitAIN-Whfat-- N'o lmMMi?s?-JH:5- 4 ( Oata-Ml- xnl I.AItD-Iirnn- h. W(W -- " y o V 1 e ' ,otm"iri-persecution- SAPOLIO used every l) g 1 ' hot-wat- er '"-T- BK - liwnffl c. - i ( - m i 1 ut r;i'. stand-ItiB- 1 .x"i; 1M CVlrVii iihktfiMMMWrMIKlfSfietli . tijf ,f- - njin -- nay??! V tr i' at fc J . '. - ST.' - , Jfcif ..... WfWWWIJniW Ut M li idlii' 7 T ilrnn n am 11 mi - - . iT J" H mm '. & A I THE RECORD OF THE SESSION. this construction of the republican FARM AND GARDEN. otit? Nonoi but ne fcea frfven vWon to Hamprrad bj the Rrtults of Republican platform was adopted. In the repubUSEFUL SUFFERING. bi,1 lleslsluT conventions of 1890 resolutho blind Whose lican state TRY IT YOURSELF. lglilatlon. th'n dead damsel None: but He res tions indorsing the bill were passed. The first session of tke convention of Massa- The Check Hln Nee '. to her mother. Tho republican paw nn " Had rr'!!nraos m it Jesus Christ' Laceration Wcro tmld republican predic- chusetts declared that the pledges of Woald H lor Men. broken? None; but; bad Inculcated congress liegan essary. foul tions of disaster to the democratic the platform in natioual conventions Over five hundred veterinary surgeons obedience to gov nl Whathappl' party and ended with graceful recogniand In many stata conventions with have signed n paper condemning tight - plot had He cnseWdiWslnst the tion of tho wish of a republican presi- reference to the suppression of suffrage chcck-relns- , Wood nnd Tenrt Palil For Our Hr.tempas painful to horses nud net He nail coma ness of tne racer Illtl nil Aertmtlo to save a world.-'owy cruelty lie dent work will be the subject of much made It the Imperative duty of vcry productive of disease, causing Uator Unt ArUinte lllm to ! : j.1 It i.i. 'rim wind-pipto such a degree w mc !" republican senator and representative tlon of tho ever enacted was i4, l. trr Talmage't Sermon. necessarily an Issue of to redisplayed was controversy and lnbor unceasingly to place the as to impede respiration. They menonly ostentation Me no smalt Importance in a national cam- measure known as the federal election tion paralysis of thn muscles of tho and sinners, and Dr. Talmac's European prcaclilnjr to sit with pnbl paign which involves the election of a bill or some other equally effective face, megrims, apoplexy, coma and inlour Is drawing to n close. The subject wash the dlsclpl "kaa. as well at ' T Tho only sclSsHw5iln ever exhibit now house of representatives president law on tho statute book of the nation. flammation us soma of tho results of Its clioscn or Inst Sunday's Rcrmon was: that of a president and a vice k wcro lse. The rein will often Resolutions "Useful Sufferlnff," tlio text taken be cd whs to give Ilk di for his enemies, Judgment of Its acta also passed byIndorsing the bill T-'-I il republlcnn state convenof the world i'or this reason auso a horsa to become ln;r LiiWo xxto., a: "It behooved ChrWt And yet, all will be Influenced morestrougly than in surged against 11 la;. ilw heart Hear tions In Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, to nuffer." partisan theiworld hissing Intermedlateyears by however, inclina- Connecticut, Illinois, Michigan, Misscorn There have been scholars who have tne rcu-nIs obvious, that no souri, Now Hampshire, New 3 York, It "" tions or fairer method of Judging IU r a oiooui Tcnturcd tho nsscrln that the palnof In tho pools of i better Indeed, It standing' there , let us sec wliot our Iord were unnecessary. political stand- Nprth Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, hsome, hateful, performances from a Island, South Carolina, South wnj a hockln(rwantcof tears and blood an unreasonable by comparison with Its re- Rhode Is the Iniquity point than Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont aad proband agony, unlosi some Rrcnt end wero wasting, uamm publican predecessor can be devised. ably other states. The party U thorI to Ikj reached. If men can provo that of the human hci seER1 test which democrats wilt oughly Unloosed, wha not sin do? It This is a committed to the measure, and no pood result come of It then the char to which republicans will fathom the welcome and nctcr of (Jod Is Impeached, and tho unl will acalo any h cannot change the record mow. Louls-vlll- o must submit . very depths of hi 111 revel in all Courier-Journa- l. vcrsijmust stand abhorrent onddennn-, The democrats of the hduso dtd their Is no blasphemy clatary BtUoaqt that the Fnther al- lasclvlousncss. best to lighten the burdens of taxation THE WESTERN SITUATION. Is no cruelties io wed,the butcher' of .Ills only begot- It will not utter. industries of the ten Son. We all ndmlro tho brave six on- which It wl nmt gorge Itself. It on the people snd lead of the ways A l'oor Outlook for .the Mecka-eMi- r country. Under the Manipulator. will breathe the .hundred men described by Tennysoa wi will wallow In fl f ? and means committee bill was passed t corruption and making wool free, In athe hop of redoshlnp Into tho conflict when they air of charncl-Fqw republicans believe that Harriill quaff thcblood Some of knew they must die, and knew at the call them arotai viving the drooping woolen manufae-tulrn- g son will carry New York. elect him same time that "some one had blun- of immortal call It neciar. of to i interests and encouraging the them talkNew their ability how are tlicy dered," but we aro abhorrent of the When, sin muni York, but rist on the cross without euld do with the man who raado the blunder snC who it showed what same bill abolished the compen- going to dott? The talk of carrying The caused, the sacrifice of those brave men Lord Ood Aim if it could get a. satory but duty on woolen good. The re- West Virginia for him la moonshine, safe for no use. Hut I shall show you, if Him. even It H were aet there la not a think it sult of this would have been the cheap- republtcsn state ,batwa Ohio and It destroys the delicate sensitiveness o morning, lircd- -I The prophet the Lord will help tne, tills elared centuries ening of clothes which had been made Kaasaa. Many democrats believe that the bit which" la most desirable la gukl that for good reasons Christ went was Jeremiah' MeKlaley nnt until sin shot much more costly by the through the torture. In other words, before, the truth; Oato will go democratic WlayerL- - We lag a horse. Dr. Kitehlng any; "If a law. M the cruclfixkm We horse pulling a load ha his head acid .out ita forked t "it txjjhboTed Christ to suffer." blading-twks- e believe, however, that It if M act AseUm Mil made free the cheek-reihe 1. la the first place I remark thai aad tosaed its Into the soul of a a aad believe that Ohio, CrtWaa,vOreKon, ta by a Into aW collar, eaaaot.1 throw abt ad by the be-cweight aad hindered It Illustrated that Christ's lacerations were Beeeseasju martyred Jesus aaftty Maine aad Vermont arc pIMWa VS mM lQ9MMbMA& VsVn 9y bove all araaHsaiicl nana, I Ordl-- from giving HI .body that aaaHiea "the hearth ast'i rtaewe : was mi IssaosslMHty. and desperate! l "i aarMy raaaaylTaala may Wadyed.to which ta mostaataral aad effeetrva." " hi iiiiniiiiTFirTr"' ill the list, bat taeca In aa meaaiUtcll-la- g Me gee aa to sneak of the eoaaeaaeat ailTer Bad lead arte, taa a KaRiiriVifevf1 mmC fiilaMir. Jrfaa must die hb1ss- that 6urWWM anything about what PcaasyWaala strain of hi Hmaa aad atwaetea, aa to eheapea eae of " -- " substitate can iatereept that dth. Chrl the Injury caaaed bytac ceaatralaad arttelea of domeatie aadtadasirial use. will do this year. stlrrci jl( uaunei. step form. lie refuses. .. Here in the ceatral west the rcaub- - position of the head, whereby the . The bill to redaee the enormous LeTt Miebael the Arcaaaffel sten forth. those c V . v woald have Ucaas can count oa nothing surely.' Indi breathing aad circulation arc affected, tax on has hung the art galterias ! the world ,ue reiuees. jso Korasncitlicn, no put aa end to a contemptible fraud, aad ana Is now opposed to Harrlsoa. There and the horse made resile, Irritable with such pictures ita OMtUadajo't Biaa, bo CoriBthlan, no "The k lHtle doubt that there Is new (a tan and uucOiiifortitlcr He says: torture "Worship of the Ma?l, Ofeaa "Hap. woald have saved the people of this state a plurality of at least .'0,090 against check-reiInflicts unceasing aarel vowaterM. country from l,OW,e0 to ii,We,ew a Christ then bared HUftart to the tUm of Christ," Jlolmaallwrt's "Christ him. The democratic chsuces of carry- apou the animal la another way. By pang, ita paid forOr redemption In In the Temple." Tintowk'aMAfoay la year. puts the upwards, bills reached ing Illinois and Wisconsin are better holding the head nsck on It constant When these tears aad blood, v&. wounded feet, .anil tho Garden," Agelo,a3"Cnwxlo," a of the senate the republican majority than the chances of the. republican. Muscles Theythe cbured'stiuaUtefs, and turn brow. "It nnd it has called out Htsitl'i "Mesbecome painfully uneasy train. pigeon-holethem. In the Iowa U at least as apt to give its elecis done." jllcnven and earth heard the siah," and rung snceteasV'aalmea' 'la' promptly cannot bear It of certain manufacturers of toral vote to Cleveland ns it Is to re tar a and tired. If the horse his saapjtiHne prison bar. Sinai ceased to Young's "Night Thought," aad tiled Interest head upon he rests the weight of plushes, shoddy and certain kinds to the republican party. The demoquake with wrath tho moment thct tho psalmody of the WbJMjlwlih the cheap the rein, and his mouth Is violently woolens, they denied the people crats will divide the vote of Michigan, of r0alvarjr began to rock In crucifixion. penitential notes o( sorrbwimd the and In Kansas and Nebraska Harrison stretched. Thus he only exchauges one ,. cheap clothes. Christ had suffered. "Oh," says some of Christian triumat' is fighting both the democrats aad the torment for another, lo sum up in a In the Interest of the cordage trust man, "I don't like that doctrine of subShow mo any other klajrytea has so word, the check-reilessens a horse's e to third party people of the farmers' alli strength; brings on disease; keeps hire stitution; let every man bear his own many subjects. , What is 0e. mot po- they refused cheap binding-twinances. the weep his own tears, unci tent namo y burdens and in tho'Uated States, Where then do the custom house aad in pain; frets und Injures his mouth, makers o In behalf of the hoop-Iro- n " Why, my In Franco, In England, bi;8aetlnd, In fight his., own battlcs." Pittsburgh they insisted upon dear post oflleo republicans expect to get aa and spoils his temper brother, there Is vicarious sufferings nil Ireland? Jesus. Other khsga hare had cotton-tie- s electoral majority? 'I he block voi-av1 for the southern planters. over the world. Old not your parents many subjects, but nheteijaxthe king INTENSIVE FARMING. To help the makers of plate they re- svstem cannot bo successfully used over suffCTforyou?' Do"yo8 nol suffer some- who has so many admlrlaif .aabJecW as fused to put an end to the robbery of such a territory as this when the peo The Kind of Cultivation Which Auunl times for your children? Docs ret tho Christ? Show me a rcginsmt of 1,960 pots, ple have been educated to such a knowlwho buy dinner-pailflood Hrsalta. patriot suffer for his country? Did not mcnintneir army, ana icwiu suow the people roofing-tiand retained the edge of Its workings as they gained pans aad A the agricultural areas gradually Grace Darling suffer for tho drowning you a battalion of 10,000 mtfc hi Christ's IMS la Harrison campaign tax that increases the price of canned from the and in the absenceof of sailors? Vicarjpus suffering on. all sides! army. V such grow less la proportion to population goods and has already closed up a score Indiana, not only must better systems bo np lint 'how insignificant compared with hliow me In history w of canning factories, depriving labor of means of control Harrison is beaten piled, but mora thoroughness in all de this scene of vicarious suffering? has given his property oadrfa Ufa for as well as making food dearer. thrco months before the polls opca. Wait tt far crimes that I hare dons partments of land culture to obtain the any one else, and I wilt akaw yea In its work In brief, all of the bills which the St Louis Republic. He proaned upon the tree! V Wot results. This would Imply smallct history hundreds of thoasaSle of men democratic house passed for the beneAmazing pity, grace unVnonn, CONTEMPORARY COMMENT. farms with a larger proportion o) who have cheerfully died taat Christ And lore bejond decree. people were killed by the fit of the profit A writer upon the subject, reChrist must suffer to pay the price of might reign. Aye, there are 1M men seaate. The Illinois republican commit ferring particularly to the south, says, in this house who, if need wjra, would The house dealt with the frcejcolnago tee has been sending out circular to our redemption. Hut I remark again: The sufferings of step out and die for JesaVTtMtr faith measure honorably and manfully. The heads of local organizations with the all over the country we mo farmers whe Christ were necessary in order that the may now seem to be faint, aad some- democratic majority, realizing that Its statement that "Illinois is In danger" arc considering the advisability of rid ding themselves of the large farm and world s sympathies might bo aroused. times they may be IticontisieaV; bat let first duty was to the people who elected in large type. Jf. . I'ost its attendant cares and expenses, and Men are won to the right and good the firea of martyrdom '.toy kindled, it for the purpose of reducing taxes, The republican party stand comthrough their sympathies. The world throw them Into the pit, aevar them defeated the effort to force it to the mitted to the force bill and acknowl- devoting their energies to the tettet cultivation of fewer acres. must, feel, aright before it can act with poisonous serpents, aosiad them, edges the indisputable wickedness of front This is a more in the right direction, aright- 'So tho cross was allowed to be flail them, crush them, and jlwlll tell Besides attending to its legislative the proposed measure by trying to thickly lifted that the world's sympathies you what their last cry would be: work the majority in tiie house exposed pooh-poo- h it into insignificance a aa especially In the older nnp moreIn many settled regions of the country. might be aroused. Men who hare been "Come, Lord Jesus; come qaieWyT' Kauin's iniquitous administration of the issue. Detroit Free Press, places farm lands have reached a value obdurated by the cruelties they have a Oh, yes! the Lord Jesus baa 'won the pension office and showed the president Piatt, Quay and Clarkson should where it la extremely difficult to make enacted, by the massacres they hare in- aticcuonsof manyol us. Tliere are to be his protector. go abroad nntll after the November the staple crops pay a net return no flicted, by the horrors of which they some of us who can say tMa morning: The material results of the session election. Nothing but this will reduce have been guilty, have become little "Lord Jesus, my light ami my seag; my will not be of great advantage to the Beanie to the dimension that will acre that will equal the interest upon children in tho presence of this dying hope for time, my expectatia for eter- country for the simple reason that re- make it endurable to lire on the same the Investment Such branches as will I give a higher return an acre are being Saviour. What the sword could not do, nity." Altogether lovely! tfcea art My publican legislation of the billion dollar continent wlta'hlm. St Lonla Repub- looked to, such as gardening and fruit what Juggernauts could not subdue, soul la ravished with the vlsioB. Thou congress, a republican seaate and a re- lic; farming, high-cla- t dairying, etc. The Come, let me eUsp thee. publican president bare prevented the the wounded hand of Christ has accom- art mine. The fifteen unprotected Indus- only trouble with this new movement plished. There are this moment mill- Come life, coBio death, come scorn and democratic house from carrying out the tries that hare iacreaaed wages aad the Is that some of the men who go Into it ions of people held under the ipcll of pain, come whirlwind and darkness. reforms desired by Use people,! fifteen protected taiustries that bar that one sacrifice. The hammers that Lord Jesus, I caa not gut thee up. I The political situation kY unchanged decreased them arc witiMMea wheae think that these branches, ran be coa dueted on the same broad Ha, aad struck the spikes into the cross have have heard thy voice.'' I hare seen thy by the session. It remain what it.waa evidence should coavlae anc I principles that they have applied lath broken the rocky heart of the world. bleeding side. Lord. Jesus, If I had in the campaign of ISM. The democrats Jury of average Intelligence. mansgement of the general farm. Thli Nothing but the agonies of a Saviour's some garlands pluekedjfrom heavenly have tt led to reduce expenditures, bat Louisville Courler-Jouraa- l. I a grave error, and almost always death-thro- e could arouse the world's garlands, I would wreath it for thy they could not They have tried to Only a short time ago Benjarala leads to disaster. If the farmer who la brow; If I. had soma, gem worthy of drive the administration to reform the &'l sympathies. , r republican I remark again: ''Jtbehoved Christ tho place, I, wou&jjfeilt In thy crown. abuses in the pension bureau, bat they Harrison a tho head of the the danger thus changing his plans cannot mako up his mind to change his methods and to sTiKer," that the strcngth?and per If I had a seraphkiiarp.' I would strike have .been met and overcome,, by the party was arguing against cheap making a man. practice also In fact, to begin at tb ststence of thedirine lore might' be it in thy praise. "wt I come lost and president's obstinate adherence to a of a cheap coatMr. McKlnley to revise beginning aad study tb new sgrlcul demonstrated Was it the applause of ruined and tindoSe1 Urthrow myself at scandalous administration. Above all, lie should ask his speech. The argument that the ture which Is comprehended the aap the world that induced Christ on that thy-fec- t the democrats have tried tor abolish tariff decreases the cost of products laa phrase "intensive, eultlvation" in had ' he NoprtceIbcla-- j . crusade from Heaven? Could the consome of the evils and to lighten some direct insult to the prcsidcatlal IntellSimply to thy assas X dlc better turn the management of things quest Of tills Insignificant planet have of the burdens of the MeKlaley over to one of the new generation. paid Him for His career of pain, if it Thou knowest all thhwri. Thou know- tariff law. They have attacked some 'igencesChicago Time. Send the oldest boy to the agricultural During tea years el high-tarihad been a mere matter of applause? est that I love theft"'?,.' Dut. I remark Mint "It behoved of its most fagrant abuses and some of taxes more McKlnley mortgages were college, and when be comes home lei All thchonors of Heaven surging' at the worst trusts it has engendered, but His feet Would, your queen give up Christ to suffer" tha?t!ie world might the friends of trusts and monopoly con- put oa the farms and home of Kansas him take the helm. Western Bural. her "titronb that she might rule a lenrn how to suffer. Sometimes peo- trolled the senate and sat in the white and Nebraska thaa there 'were Inhabin these states in 18M. We WORTH KNOWINQ. miserable tribe in Africa? Would tho ple Buffer becansethejrr can not help bouse, and the efforts of democratic ited hcu Lord Jesus Christ, on the throne of the" themselves, but Christ liad In Ills hands tariff reformer were lost except aa hare extracted" this fact from the cenuniverse, come down to our,planct if it all tho weapons tejswitsh His enemies, they show to the country that the party sus several jJmes before, bat we intend Bow to Provaat Call Ik front Tfarowlaf Italia or Damaging Trrra. and yet in quleaoisiee Ho endured nl' to keep it before the McKlnley people were a mere matter of applauso-anA simple arrangement to prevent catoutrage. He mighty have hurled the is still bent upon accomplishing the until tbey can make up their mind to acclamation? Nor was It an expedition task which the people assigned to it in say something about throwing it St Louis Re- tle fromtrees, etc., rails or molesting undertaken, for the accumulation of rocks of Golgotla,ispin his pursuers; 18W. N. Y. World. fences, is herewith illuspublic. What could all the He might hare eleM,ifc'c earth until it vast wealth. Anything to win Is the motto of trated. Drill a hole In the end of each TRYING TO DODGE. harvests and tho diamonds of our swallowed up his aasmilants; He might or taken the Minnesota republicans aad while horn and fasten a strong wire to thcro little world do for hlra whoso have called in Republicans Striving to Covar Vp a Oa-- supporting Harrison with hi ultra Mcand hot too taut A leading ring, such are the' glories of Infinitude and eter- nny thunderbolt, ;mtt the armory of damning Document. hurled it seething running Knute nity? Nor was it an experiment an Ood Omnipotent republican to Klnley views they are a tariff reform The efforts of the attempt to show what ho could do with and fiery umong' Mia foes; but He an- dodge the force bill issue will sot Nelson for governor, ' maa who when ia congress voted for d race. He who wheels swered not ngaln.j52Jp the O ray hearer! fcaasjlicro ever been In avail. Tbty lay much stress upon the the, Mills bill. The. republican party the stars in their course and holds the fact that the force bill is not mentioned pillars of the universe on tho tips of his the history of thArorld such an ex- by name in their national platform. has ceased to fight for principles. It fingers needed to make no experiment ample of enduriajr?paUcnco as we find Pdrty organs are urging the president wanU the loaves and fishes, bo matter 'Steme of you suffer stolen. Detroit Free to to find what he could da Oh! I will in .the cross? to Ignore it in lib letter of acceptance. if they have be tell you, my friends, what it was. It physical dlstrcsussjsomc of you have In this way they hope to avoid the Press. they make you Four year ago Candidate Ilarrl was undisguised, unlimited, force of the indorsement which they son was complaining that the Cleveland infinite, eternal, om- fretful. 8omctlaisyou think that God have given the measure. monnipotent love that opened tho gate, that has given you aSsp too deep and too quotes from tne administration permitted public The Courier-JournBoasjWmcs you see the eys to remain in designated national started the star In the cast, with finger brimming. republican platform of 18'JO declara- banks. The candidate became presof light pointing down to the manger; world laughingTlMsd romping on the tion virtually In favor of the force that arrayed tho Christmas choir abova highways of lUeEand you look out of bill, and the emphatic assertion that ident The latest monthly statement of a balllcthlehem; that opened the stable door the window wbHa.Matcd In an invalid's the party will never relax it effort" the treasury department-showance of public moneys ia uea deposiwhere Christ was born; that lifted lilm chair. Integrity of the tories: this morning one aatil the present is I want to shoai; The on the cross. Love thirsty at the well. What this "in- twelve million aataaat at candidate in the head than ballot is secured. dollar, The Love at the sick man's couch. Love at wno nau worse and what kind of tegrity" mean vnn inrn ....,: whose back was the crlpplc's'crutch. Love mwentingin JW., .....w .v.. " the republicans were using was merely Indulgiag eamaaiam demawounded in the 'effort gogy, Chicago Tia.4 the garden. Love dying on the. cross. scourged, whogl aa to held together with a spriag, can in tho feet, and aiar be determined by aa examination When PreskUat Cleveland cob Lojrejvfapped In the grave. Vpu can hands and w'ow of the platform of ISM and the "ef tributed 810, 0W to the campaign fund be aaed ia the aose and a wire I want that ex- not mistake it The blindest eye must suffered all ov hetweea thki aad the other wire. to give It effect V ; more enduring la forts" made bnKerlj desee it The' hardest heart must feel It ample to mako The rcpublieaa platform of 1M ex of 1898 rcpublieaa joara designed to ex- Do act draw it o tight as to cause any make yoa say. nounced the acta on ear ratwt hear it I'urablo your suffering, fto The deafest inconvenience ia .feeding, but have it the right of -- rawer, it devotion not MTWIII, but thine be pressed lawful cltlseni torich or noer. tort money from cAeebeWer. 1 it tight enough to bold the riag an. When aad aBlmekvwsysMe' talk and seaside 'Trvmr construe I'rem- - the animal goea to to a rail be, eaasgea aU the scenes at his life, all donev" Yoa ne''JfiaVaVad Bny.bodily farttrvtaw. aoaa, wWU'or ;Vlaki' unreasonable then to pain, aad youi IllTlaBi j - dBaaaTarasmpaa s snBBsBjfBB"aanaaaBaaa at ana. the sufferings ox his death, proving HmJim. 1st mine, a the' riag aaeaee'er.aalla oa ... w aaOra r""! aanac avine let's tor- - tsswtoss freehave that ballotaaane H he raaHy made R, a repcrted aa htoaeee. He will also step fighMag aad controversy that for our Ingrato boatiy pain mat eq daly election aad to" to suffer," earth Ood has yearned with stupendous ture. "It behoored a gentle hint that be expect his'aaacc-holder- s other disagreeable tactic. Farm and y counted." Notice that the language la that He might shoivyiij; to contribute exactly twa aad Home. and inextinguishable lore. I esseatially the two platform " ,$ 'sSPB''. Hut I remark again: "it behooved to suiter. times as much aa Mr. Cleve. aad almost literally the same. The one-ha- paid? LIQHT POULTRY HOUSE. homo of you are paraaanaaa. acre language received an authoritative con- land's N. Y. World. Christ to suffer" that the nature of , critleiae struction during the debate oa the human guilt might bo demonstrated arethosa who hates y r The republican impudence that Very Caearfal to the Flock During thn you. is not a common-sens- e nicy Aould UCfflBjg-There man in talk of the verdict of 1888- -a. verdict 7". was urged that Months. the house y that will not admit tumble and fall, 4ne un-- force bill, when it solemnly pledgedthe rendered in November in favor of The design Cold poultry ho ase In tht in republicans were of a that the machinery of society Is out of i accountable mcaqiicMliaw Mtfxou? their platform to support the measure. Cleveland and tariff reform by cjne hunissue is for a fiock fowls, the gear, that tho human mind nnd tho Sometimes you feel a Yaa feel a As we have to deal with very slippery dred thousand majority, which' wa ct being ten feet human heart aro disorganized, that if you would like to aWLook customers, wo may as well clinch this aside by the electoral college (of De- house long. But little wide and sixteen explanation is feet something ought to be 'do no nnd done at the closed lips, look statement Oa the day when the force cember for Harrison is only oqueled right away for Its repair nnd adjust- look at tho beautiful d of your bill passed the bouse, wlille Mr. Hemp- by Its gall in claiming every black vote necessary, isas the illustration explains ment Hut tho height, nnd depth, nnd Lord. Struck, not stri bbWbbY ntanW again. hill's amendment prohibiting. the use of in the south and every white vote la itself. It well known that the hens are very partial to plenty of light in length, and breadth, und hate, nnd Oh, If you could onlv want army and navy at the polls was un- the north as belonging to it N. Y. tho poultryhousc, nnd the design Is to Won. the recklessness, nnd Infernal energy of tho He endured In the Wayi World. ot Kansas, said human heart for sin would not haro Tho words of Christ l laryaar der debate. Mr. Perkins, the bill was a Andrew Carnegie has two castle charged that been demonstrated If against the holy words: "Father If It W tot MM It had been measure, aad he desired to bow, one in Scotland and one in Pennrepublican and Innocent Ono of tho Cross it cup pass from me, bift Tho former Is n palace of tar win He quoted the clause of the sylvania. had not been hurled In ono bolt of fire. Ik! done." "It behoved to naffer" admit it platform of 1888 with refer- pleasure where he spends In luxury the republican Christ was not the fitst man that had pciseuutlon, thatllo") skew you ence to elections, and said: "Mr. Speak- money earned for him by American' r been put to death. Thcro had lcn how to endure pcnxcc'ntl er, weraeant that then; and now. with workmen In 1iU protected steul Indusmany before him nut to death: but thnv homo ot you are lerefl ntH' k aa ran- opportunity and privilege given us, try. The latter Ik u fort where, with had their whims, their follies, their ,lom remark, because.' t haift U hardly a the ought to meet it, and meet it man- Plnkertons and gunboatsund we f'lmi,y sins, their Inconsistencies. that has ni Hut when courageously." The appeal tanks and deadly electric wires he the mob outside of Jrrusalen howled mo shadow. You he, bereft fully aad keeps out the workmen who think they - Mr. Hemphill's amend-aacYour houso is a diftV rammimaBV jwtn was not in vainat the Son of Ood, It was was voted down, and the .repubj ought to sliaro with him a few of the It used to be, Tkw nfSaa facaMare, hate against goodness, it was what went on record as favoring the benefits of piotection. St Louis Reblaspcmy against virtue, It was ine sunie uooks, tug ym tXaiataras, but licau the army and navy at the polls' public . ., sw use of earth acainst Hcuvcn. Wlint win It in wil-j-- urn uccn a VolcO!ajMsaaaa taere. to control elections in their interest a MGiiT roui.rnv-nousE- . During Ills administration IPreai-that innocent nnd loving "face of Christ ' '',le '"cc tnat "sed tollgl LLntiiCTvhele Those who remember such chapter dent Cleveland not ouly hlgnrd more show how easily n large portion of that excited the vituperation und tho ""veiling lias vanished. tho aa this need not pro- pension bills than all tho republican contumely and scorn of men? If Ho ' the other feet doe' ri TO&akap'the of receut history the same plank ia presidents who preceded him, baalae house may be composed of windows. fess surprise that nau uaniereit mem lo came on, if Hu ""newness, ine wave :aaawffea eTer If such a jiouso is used In the hummer, IMS should be Interpreted as a demand many tn6rc than President HarrUoa the window at the ends aud the had laughed them Into derision. If Hi, .your oul, and vom haawantaetime lowei for a force bill. It has alway been has signed. The repoit of theolerk of window in front may be removed and had denounced them as the vngabonds thought what you would BBMsb whea the policy of the republican party, "be- the house committee on invalid pen- wire netting substituted. For winter that they were, wo could understand lie comes back, bntlt hcSaaa itaeaght fore elections, to disguise iU conspira- sions gives tho number of bill apthe glass should be returned. This nun iidsncu upon ycu, SbbbVWW never their ferocity; but It was ugiiiiist nUnaBBBaVnKl cies against liberty in general and gen- proved by different presldunUi a fol- house Is not as expensive as it appears, that they brandished their coma uucKi 4 liuguage; ' But this language ha lows: . Lin ioln, U; Orant (two terms)) and is vory cheerful to' a flock during tle spears, and shook their fists, und ground hTBBi-lirV- y been fully' explained, ltmeant a force A38; linyes, 3.M; ilarfield nnd Arthur. winter, when It may be necessary to their teeth, and bowled, mid scoffed, KhtrcjHKtajM w4U bill la 1864, and it means the same trlag TOO; Cleveland. l,J5; Harrison (tedate), con Hoe tho liens for month F ai tr1 and jeered, and mocked. What evil had 1,899 (or iit less than C!ve).uU).r-I.- v laltM. Fireside.' If don,e? Whose eyesight had Ho put It was nor merely U Fifty-second tlon-App- If if? 4 A M money cheat '" -- e ovur-chec- tha-wgrt- knee-sprun- 'J h wool-growe- r. wheat-grower- , irp i """i1" -. which he believes to be genuine end the blacker it Is the more confident does he feel that he is the possessor of the genuine article. If, moreover, there bo a date cm the chest, then hi confide aco I complete. The dealer knew exactly what he wants, and they manufacture dates and blsckca tho chest they make to meet hi requirement. It Is a fraud to data the cheat, but a buyer has no reason to complain If he gets a copy of a good antique, lie has nnd try the but lo take hi wood, and ho can easily convince himself whether the artivlo be new or eld. Two hundred years passing ever aa old chest or old cabinet harden the weed, blade wlllmake.no till the Impression on Iti whereas that of the modern antique la fresh 'and soft and when a chip Is removed dye U shown to be but skin-deeThe oak cheat I the most primitive of all article of furniture, and Itscrved a great many purpose. It was the receptacle for clotlien, for money, for every kind of valuables; but It was also a scat, a table, a bed aad even a coffin. And aa the oak chest I the mnat primitive aad accessary of all article of furniture, so he it been one .of the first to have attention devoted to It to mke It omaascntaL Kvery maiden aad nry maa'awM Hare had hi chest, teeeatek her aad hi treasure, and act treasure ealy, but, garment aa well) aad ia ae leaf sriater evening waat ntere natural taaa that each should eadeavor to urate tKe.ex- pcn-knlf- o pcn-knlf- e hare a little taste nowadays lay eat some In buying a genuine aid oak that Is to say, aa oak "chest Nowadays. Kvery one, who pretends to THE OAKOHEST. of Primitive Luxury Much ta id tew Hate Harvest Bienritee. ThsanneniiieementUinltlieNorth.Wettera iJie.comprUliitrover t),W) mile of thor. paglily eHjaad railway ,hns twanged to run twoloiv rule Harvest Kicuwrfons during the months ef AuKustand Heptomber, will b chilly received by those who are Interested In tl.o ttovekrtBCHt of the treat West ana northwest, a well a by those who desire te vlilt tat wemlsrfally productive region at season ef tha year when esset demon etratlon can be made ot tha merits snd ad. van tag It eWers to snd those search ef safe and prontiuloln vestment. Thorn esettraiona will learo Chicago on AuguttlaHh aud Kept UTtb, aud tickets tan e purchased, at U very rate ot on tare for the round trip to kw In lews, point Mlniiejoto, North and South pakot. N. araska, Wyeaimg, Colorado, Utah, Idaho ftd Montana. s They will be strictly In every particular nud will be good for return pMaage t any time within twenty ujs frets date of purchase. Full n eenrertilng rates and arrangements reriticte excursions ran bo obtained tipo acllcatlon lo nny c'jnou ticket agent, or to . A, Thrall, Q. V. T. A., Chicago Railway, Chicago. home-seekeDrat-clasInfor-mttloNorth-WCiiera J ii RJ1L&iK!!!!ln MM. InjMvta, Inkira Ika iron, rnulillttn Stint Ft JaVifMetfteav. iwrsesa. Uuralil. aad tha eonMBicraara retastt wHB ettri www DO YOU SINGS PLAY and woald yoa Hit fall tours of the vocal training fre oi tiptBM?ordoyott tb or J i n rrrs aWaaAA - Mafia far aWaj' fc fWa, "JaaWrWW PC ' AJnaaaal snBaaBBs'fcaft 1st fjsaj gi Msnajsa fmBaaaaaarai bbwbj ataa aWgcaaaaV njmpfjnamswaaam Ml lMinniv '?AtMsfeaMs9ffT 'iV M eV)9 fHM n Arrtn the pickpocket ha succeeded In getting bla lionJ In lio take things easily, lllogbeaileu Ixader. ,i . . m ii.. Cheep Ktrurtlon tn Montreal. Tim ever popular Cincinnati, Hamilton A Ikmon It It,, In connection with the Canadian TacKlc railway, will run a grand excursion to Montreal nnd Quebec via Detroit unit Ottnwn. leav ing Cincinnati odd Indianapolis, Thurs- ay, Scptcmlicr H. at extraordinary low iknI The rale from Cincinnati or In- dtanabelto to Montreal and return will be 1115, and but 115.00 for the round trip tt the picturesque and historic Quebec rriie tickets will be good return-Ing.iiit- ll September SJ. making an and cheap twenty day'a out Ing. (The trajns will run solid with a, alecrJnf-earchair 'ears, and ctmehr Oailnnatlaad, ladktaapoli ta orireal. There will be no clmnge of CBrtl whatever. This to thi grandest ef the eoa. For ticket, cxef-sksletidna sar aeeammadatleaa. etc. aall M r aMreas aay CM. 4 I), afeat, er i ir court of Instruction at ta lead-la- g CoaeHvatery ef ta teuatry? vtollar aad aeed a complete pl9, Offaa r w meeaiuvg ueder the beet PAINT tracaers, with 01 DRAW, or want t lcra eipea nakt ? Jen X caa led out hew te tie K WW VerawWN) BsxraaaW aVVaa aBBN T TM evtTM rtHjeajgaa ''i V tomtMj 'II X V H 0o r ey Uo-plat- n tax-reli- d os n n i wheat-grower- s. e s, n, her cheat, but It la extreasek, pcebahlt that aba would exact the ernmata-tleae- f Hwlth graving tool aa Veaajr ment tor her needlework ea the gar ment of bmb. Nrvcrtbelea setae ef the decoration may have acca the work of, women, aotably that waka le duced by bet Iron. Smaller aeaet et taluly were made beautiful by. the hands of their mtotrresea aad many ef these remain Incased la white satin, richly embroidered or decorated wHa besdwork. The maiden's cheat contained the linen the had span, line a that was to serve fer the house ever which on marriage she would become mistress. In Tyrol to tho present day the bride Is brought to the house of her husband seated on top ot her eaeet ia a .vagon, and that chest to filled with sheets and many ells of linen that the has woven during her splastcr daya Cornblll Magazine. Tha lythet a girl weald carve the aak ef .. 11 n vimk' f 's v aMBBB'tBBBBl4'tBBfc6ttV CtaiMHatl.a0 X, r v" ri evenr variety of cliBiatc. In the, bleak, bitter North, in damp New KngiAnd.ia the fickle MiddfcStates, in the hot, nsoUt SeuUir-eve- ry atiadowe Iagthan anJAticufa hot days aal variable nlhta where. It has been iti demand by firo.li.oo Croup, Cough. CoUls and horo every nationality. It has been emTlit at In worst forma Sotfalngmoro dia IresMog and difficult to cura ihsa Hay ployed ia every stage of CoasuKip r Dr. Hoxsie'a CcrUla Uretip Cure tioti. In, brief it lias been used ni.ir rtwiwMlfanii tpollty ictsov 60 reuta For sale by ell by millions and its the only true aud tl.a illMase. fj' fittilnent drufglaU thronchoul the atate. reliable Consumption Remedy, M, who mixes his drlnka generally m 111 his tpoecb In Uie same way, tUug. on llepubllcaa. bar. aeWip called 'tael" Ayi,' lau'amt beeaue lac rlagmg awea.'Wudge. con 4 dale Hatttsa but Its una In the skin and ejrU uls rcptiUlvc, andludlmttra bilious, , a malady, however, eailly rewrejlable Wl'hlloiilclter'srHeinachllittcra Nauaca. Ick tradache, mlos thrnugb the right aid Roschce's German Jayrtip is and tlioulder utade arc niaalfesUtloaa of llvrr complaint, rilamlMbl ultb the succjseful in the trealrocut ofCotf tvlilen also baalhe malnrlsl, rheu. watfon than any otacr atacdy mitli and kidney roraplslnts, ucrvousnea atnlconiUpalicn. prescribed. It been trk4 uiuici s (a"clle, ni-.- Syrup". hu Rlt-te- non - ami fV-- A 1' lloxjlc lluflalo, V,, manucauturar. H4gHf 1 1 1 - -- . SJ f I fair-mind- ff The hedgehog run the read freely. He is a quaint little fellow, eur hedge pig, having far more Intelligence thaa lople give him credit for. Iti curious, as you stand perfectly still la the mlddlo of a road, to sec him come running along, then stopping to sniff and whine, and examine the strange object that hardly breathes leal he startle the tittle creature. Then with a gentl grunt he will pas yon by. A very low yet quite riccldml grunt he given, aad Shakespeare who ha whines as well. seems to have been a most excellent naturalist a minute observer of life, Indeed, fn all hapt noticed tlio hedgehog and wrote, "The hedgehog whines at night" If any one of our readers poasesscsa tame hedge hog, let him examine tho eye ot tho creature H he has not already eleae so. It the eye Is the Index to the mlad, a I firmly believe It to be, the hedgehog know a great deal, and only ee hi knowledge, fer hi own special benefit, Blackwood' Magaxlae. A Troo on a Tewor. Seeds of tree takea by bird, or by winds, frequently lodged inaoraedecay-In- g mortar crack on the top of h "gti building, and will grow out and make quite large tree. One of these I In the city of Utlca, N. Y., where on the top of a elty church tower, is a mountain ash, which, about fifteen or alxtcca year ago, probably, sprouted. It still continue to grow, and has now reached a height of about seven feet The root push their way into the cracks and crevices of the mason work. During the last two or three year It has blossomed and borne clusters of scarlet ber-rlMeehan' Monthly, "I there a political campaign going on In Italy 7" asked Dukane. "Not that I know of," replied Oaawcll. "Why do you 'ask?" "I seo that Vesuvius lis commenced to throw mud and lava again." Pittsburgh Chronicle. ea y Why, when fcuru his ccrna" lld-Blt- 't Hit Mantallus a very deep votcet" last mau alaga It HtfVttt Excursions rum nnd Uj II laxative remedy, Hyrup of Ktgs. It V U r easatit to the Us to an-.-t bv actlna irentl v en tn kidneys, liver and ton els tacieant WholMom Qnsltif public approval tha California lysieRi ciiectuaiiv, 11 proaotca tha hn th and comfort of sit who use It, and Kb millions It Is the beat and only remedy. n lis Hi te tb raOH tyt. fla, St. Luis Tni blreeat fur poolt Iti.iJclpQia Krcord. . . . w Gkicifi, Pnria Oltiee and mi Dehrlng era 'arm DlatrWte tnrougbout the Mi m tltirinu. tsrolrrd dlgetlloa, (toraach, and constipation will be n.ievrd by Itcccbam'a rills. Koeats a box. lattaatlr weak Southwest ticket Northwest at by your local Tut tramp prefers ''loaf1' surar In his co See, I Koundtrlallokata arnt on tbadaU will beaotd eJV IU a K. Conca, Und Mgr..Clarl rVott. wrilMj Haifa Catarrh Cure a valaabla ram. DrugyUUMll It, TW HALF RATES! arertb BnrHnfta Bjaae frciBCbleaga."roctaor Bu ioula. CtrvetllMlothntcrrltorr la quaaUea. 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