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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1892 hic1892082601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - '! "" ' '" -- TjuJJj'. Krsr"tn $t . THE HICKMAN COURIER. Published riw "jSk 3" Eviry Friday hy GEORGE Office-Ja- IV EN Hlakmnn. Kentucky. ion Alllt THE HICKMAN COURIEK TIIB OLDEST NKW8PAFHR IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. FINE JOB PRINTING 1CXICCUTICD WITH HEATHESS AHD DISPATCH. BALK BILLS, ck Strut, tint door to Oil IUIL CEORCE WARREN, Editor. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS! BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS. ETC , I'rlfcol Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. A. Ill i KSTAMJKIIK!) JIIN'KKS StTIMIKXJKII. 1ST)!). M HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY., FRIDAY. AlKiUST niKKIIMWIKX, t 2(1, 1892. - VOL. irtrr It In lie lllreii Allii-r- rt $XyiL aVICT ETC NO. M. CALL AND SEE US. KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. I ..AUI HELD UP. lour Mi 1. il Ha tt Inrnirrt lio llie.Tnti irtl 'I tier Hours Hut ii lew re liilti-1 i e.ist-lxuiii- il l.KiTIXn U)), a. .Min Is ii n I I'd dealer in llrook-Ijr- llipt ( i Not 'I'm: prKr of yellow plno lumber lias Ix-e- Gov. Uuchannn Aks For and flcceivcs National Aid. 1 inhumed. I'AIIIS OollMltllCH dally four loll of till! cultivated snail. A I'irilill n:n woman Is mi exhibition in MiiU'liiMtn, ICiin. A "mil n hock" wns found In a bag of ruffei nt llhiholy, (la. Ciin.n brandy ninde In lt20 Ik owned y n West lliirtfoiil. Vi , limn. Tnr. town of CiumImtIiiiiiI, It. I., Ixinsts of ii tnritiiif hoti.e Imill In 1710. A it o( Lyons NpU, hna n nose four ami Inches long. tllll'AT IlllirtlX bus !llll inhabitants to Hip square mile, Hiii I'nlted SIhIps IS A CHIN 1'til. I II mil ill South Hend., I lid., Iibb n lipriiiiin ruin minted In t.YtT. I'irm. trains in Itits-sl- rarely trniol mile mi hour. fnstor thnn twenty-twIn South American countries linked limiunuK uru an excellent substitute fur input. To ri.t't.sj iirau fixtures rub tlirm with sllec ut lemon, then wash In hot w liter. "Uii.t Hum: Unless" Is tho name of u soetal eluh risjcntly organized at Ottn- -' wn, lia. A i:w tarlrty of lmm In tho eastern market is iuitpi a "cut from only milk-fe- d three-quarter o IiiiikiiiiiI. ii in ill, i,( iiun.IM ,ii Irnl In 1 tit tlic luiiiMlllr irim i i,u.i'ir I p It, ( miimri 1' I ia.c-- 1 lile MIIIIU liulr Idrsnn itlmiiit W.M"iiihnTiN, )- - pig." rivi'-cnt1& A nickel of 1 1ST7 mill n nU'l.f' five-ce- about nluliM Ui ftsjt U e high. A N.w JrHarv inriii glte ni n euro for liay fevpr the smoking of pine needles w Ith tulmceu. Ins-lil).vi:-Hii- Cut. tvau is worth II piece of l!?S tiAcinu, of rullprton. III., liave it cointtulk which Is Ifi r coagro the were .MiMoori delegation In during the .caftion. women working nt 100 till-frOr HOtrades In New York city I97,IKU their huttHiiidv A iikihi. Htm by DeSotn, the ilUmr-rrp- r of tk- - MimUlppi rtrpr, will lx abent from their scuts ' nt th 'i'H t tMfHK-tbouMiii-lth W.irM trnidnt junl lima the KnfflUh nUndnni 'I'HIillll fi.tr. of Antprirn s onkl of mi Inch lotiRrr ii)rnlor liHMit)r i eotUntlj cmivlnjf. CAnoii oil hu mil Utlml in nny row to rpKn rt u uhtch it vmh-lilUrcmcp u djr fur Inn to i wpkii. mnrn tPlj;nnll HM 17,000 In lh L nitoil Mnlr, n! the d I'Mtur Mmmnv, n Ury of llramt ItHpUt, Mtvh., Mho oppoocil iirljr plakliif, bn )ph mit of Xmunrtm. A fiU tlrnlor l,rilUl In Mtll" will tlH "Hmt UlP. of tlw llltttrU pnj lfp 1,01V p?ar in the Kkiimib tho fcall ludttftto flTrr of "' 0 Aujr 30. At " telii(;rHphil reiiieit,0O0st!iuiin of arm mul ru.uoiiiuiimlnof Hiniinml-lio- n were tent hint frmi heie I riilny uiiiruliiir. 'I'lila i therpiota o which Ti'iiiu oo Ik entitlril fn.iu tin- aonvrl t under tho militia law- of till' I'llltrd Stiiti'H. At 14:80 1'rldny m tlilnjj furll cr liuil Ikiii nti'httl ftoai tho wat of wnrlu 'IcniicMcr, nml no older had Won from the prrMh-n- t to illkpntili nntioiiHl lro s to the uldof the author-ilie- s of Unit kttite. ICmiwii.ii; 'I'enti,, Auk. li.CunJ "illi-lar(Irock la Tlrtnnlly In tJicrliiinitu nuthnritlrK More than I.ixhi ,. illei-nro UBr(ertil In town. Oit'iit nhols are hranl, hut no rt'irular has lien fought. A colli, drcnchlni; ruin va f ni; throughout cast Tflilieksw l'ridaj u nint latr nrilrnU of tmops and at Cml nn' In a wri mmlilluti. I'cu of tllini n tuppllett with oiermntH mid a g,- t many hnre no Maiikrtv (ien Aiulenuiu i atlll n prl0'nr In the liamtx of the tuinonv i refiiM-- u kurrondpr or treat w'tit .. raptor lie U plosely guardwl. t Hen. Carnes wlrea tHtJieHHtwii Hugpr, of IJist 'l'pniipai.'. that nl of Owl ( rerk hare tin rv tiltkiimll) aurrondorisl to him, mid n Alnlorv'ii will bo dpllivml nt o" litMirjjp a Ipader awmij tl. miner nt CohI Creek, l In the . t' ll I kii(iMspi to have led the nt'nk in the llrlpt'pllle Utrknih"s n ymr .kii Hp mv he wivlketl the miner an.! V ir frirnils to let the convict nt Coal i n . u coiti'tut-tealone. A iiieetlHg of n nns held nml he wa. riven t hours to )eae the coautn He ill npor return U Coal . k Miya be The Knoxville Iron (khaatl.ron up the 1vm- - of thti enarleta, and the w anion to torn them . r im to the troops. If tlil la done it k In me ending to the urnaado foi an and order. A buh meetlni; of cittern to rr '"' ngainst the humiliation of law Ik i d for. The noase organlaril licre att' nt out Irtdny nmrning iuclndea hot' of men in town. KdiUar 'I ". o. the of the Trilnim. ami lieu. W illlan randidatr for rongnHJs areaiimng i m. Maj t'arM'nter and CeJ. Wonlfi.. l't Antlrrkon without h? s . j' t'r'k - llopl.' 1 1 , lrii, e iu-fo- lt I F- Kuwik thl jpiir Creek. iiii a The minors are u'treatlng mnull amount of tiling by Ute iMMttcU. .re CtianU. Theae facta are dr finite, A ntrtitl. Hith t.HW rfHtttit ut to tm tixtopa and rulnnteera liae boar.:. a TVPtail in Cblcro to noeotnrooiUte pet'ial train and are now rn rnuUiiiitortH iluriUK tlip wmlvrm of litUir In the laittle between aoldlor and Vrtii' air. miners, IVit'Hl WhltlHH. ( V- - "d Au.rt Mu.iav IIhowmim, of IIhU howte ritlea, of tbla oily, and Uin V. Vh., I kixty jrcnr olil. hu miner, names ttnkruwn. were killeil. luf tow, Wph mrrlp4 kU lime mid him itxly Three miners are known l have b.en fcpvra phlMrrn. wuandrd. Waltham, the .ul anldier, Dii.iikh. tb Vlrnnn lirrwrr. Ik a a clerk In tlic Hast Trni..,sM'e railto be worth oppr I in,o).rwo, i.i road oalee In tin city and w.t 3J yo.trA tarfml in lh hiktory of thr kUte, and U PXcctxl to rrach la0,IM0,-(III W Tun ph the In shot lirii Qinin now occaplivi.nl r I w v When Urn Carries arrUc.l at Coal v it It hi, regiment l'i 'day mornofflce sod. In fact, diphtheria la tlirirr a ifvalriil among ing, tli" teloiri-npl- i ! MMokrr m thnk without hodpnjr thrmitpht the entire Tillage, cmpnaition. '1 1" march wan then lakcn th luvnrj of the nerd. up in Die direction of Camp ndrrsoii, a Thm HKkU at n SprittnlieM liotfl prrHtrl one of the naltrcano mile diNtunt. (n the way thestddiersucreatUcktal Ith a pair of roller knlf in the boph by n larj.-- e body of miner, sissibly S.M, of lieinK naltnl on morn rnuiilljr. about noon. Tho drv wns returned; and It s the uroppr, falii'Hiallp, and, eunsiili rahie shooting was done for tho Uenllhful thing, to 1'iit tringi-The miners aent up ltti lotwiram. Thl on thr autliotit.v nhnni 10 miniiu-s- . n Uag of trui-and atirre udrrett. of ii Ipmliug gaktruiMtmic j..urnul. of W hittiniiltani, Vt., Mia M0HC LAND nltlKMiirn otily Is old, U kiid to lxt fwt ten liuhi" in height nml to llltrntneil II; lllilo'. I'uHitl I iiliitiiUtl.ir II. nliie. weigh tM poHiid. He i ktill gn ing. Col.i'MHI . , Aug SO. Anotlivrppon-lin- r A. eeoHoiHlral old wouian ut Atchikun by the dikotttery has 1sh-ha Iwvtipht ui ii family of witijr It la at the clikkons on the ms" mllpi'itil friMii thn stnte raual minuil-lou- . innchlHurj nt tho I'leetrio light Ktiitiou lewiktow n reservoir, where tluee tracts of land aro fun nd to Is- - unlawfully In ier3r Jinix II. Wnirrii'ii Hriteln n Imlil, xn's4.tuu of private indltidimlfv (no iliiklilng, Imt Irrrgtilar unit uiievrn of those, HVupiel by a noinnn ami allied at (H)0 slipHsl nwny frtiin the dllli'ipnt nit you rim liiiagiiu ht) In, state oor thirty years The from tlic (iliilil, prrtlw, tiiiiikMlliilii' states that long uc" u inciu-Ih- t Quaker thnt he iv of the ktato lnrd of pnldlc works of the lurgett corinitiona ami luikiiiewt hotlkPk ill ("liU'nifii who employ told ln-- r liiislmnd to put up a lions.- ami youiit: men in pukitiotiit of tnikt, h.ni' occupy the land. The other trat'U are valueil at fs.MI and f ) re-ikiieil otiIitn making U'lUiiC on nire '1 here fcpis?tively. will he im otmtest oiiiim for diuilal. , ns Mti., over the properly,state'sthe iN'oupanla I!i:. Pit Omiimiii, of title, and nt lms Imvii n,t. ir of n church In thill etty iickuiiwlcdgo the for llfly yeiir. lie m eullisl to tho once niude application for lenses. A hunilrvil acto tract of land in elimoli uuiii liU frniiluntlou from the tw I'lilililillgoniintv wassold by lie coin, llnrviinl dlilnity mIkhiL $3,1100 W'mns kH iiioutlis Suv.innnli, (in., uiission l'lldny. tho price n yli'm of ntcr works liue CALLED HACK. liy twi'hc nrtesliili uolU, ciicli hIHiii enpaelty of l.OOO.WW i:llon n An i:trunrill .srj l .tlnit el lite Krnlm Uj cl.ltiltiri Or.li r il 1.) Hoi. IIroti. ilny, nml of jiorfect purity. l'luvhroirr, Aug '.'0. - (luv. Itrowu Willi. : n in it Ii nns illf,lii' u hole In tho ci'llHrof Ills liouso nt New llnw'ii, 1'riilay UmioiI n priK'laiiialionooiiM'iiiiijf l't., iwonlly, lie tllvou'riil n Iik the Konoral nasombly In ournordinnry M'ssiou August There was trrcal eoiitnliilui; M'vernl lnry;o pieces of mii prise lino when It lieciiiiie known worth iiIkmiI fl.'i'iO. Tun H'rfiirinnnce of "I'nelo Tom's that the giwornor wns preparing t'1 rnltin" nt Conwiiy Springs Knn., the. priK'laiiintion calling for an i'tra ' other nllit uns Nlifhtly iiiixlilloil liy hloii just ton iIhjn after its adjoin hicli fctoppeil incut. The pmornor has licen in one of the liIiMulhoiiinlf, with the inciubors of tin r. to nip n lieu n lie was in pmsuilof vUiiry ooiniiussioii anil other prouiln t "IMIui." In ii recent npproprliitlmi of nearly lawycra mid judges since Tuesday, ami has oi cry reason to Im'IIcvu that lie is S,(mM,(MK) fur mi Iiiillau ti Ihc, att'irneyn, In it it taken the j rojior eouie, anil elalm mrcnto, elo., pit I700,no(. ' of Miiiiucli iippriipi'iatlun of I AMI, lion to pay niiotli-i- t bo put w hero ititally trilx, ntlorneys, claim linen'., etc., legislation will legislatuie. lK!long, on the pet Jit'.miU. .lliirdi rrr lltunt Ktiinlpil, IMIth llrlll, of Wool Ni.w tllil l .m, Aug. '.'it. ('has. Kians leh, Ijii,'.. ln" reeelvfil the Iluyul meietyV ini'ilal for nivlni; one of the murderer of Sheriff W. II. Cook ..f two little Ixiys hIio fell into Kiii Wi. ,st. Taiuiuunv parish, was hung at '" Ington I'lhlay In tho presence of liiun's ilook. M I'Acritli ilKelnlniH iusesh!ou of people. The law in Louisiana lui-past few years ivipiired thu h.n any of the MirlniiH iiilerolies that liue of all criminals to be been repiirteil to uuileriiiliilni,' his He was ut a recent iiieetilie; of the with not in or tlflecn wltiios.c.s pre-- , nt Aoailenile lies kclencoH, apparently in The cloud at Ctwiugtnu, mam of miles to whom had niiiiu tlie best of health. the hanging, became illsnppoMiicd .s.wiril. Mllli.lt, nn ujioi! nml leejislatnr of Mlehican, wiys in iitul disgusted when they found t'i-- t they weio being shut olT from the It his hloniphy whleh he wrote for the and. atttioklug the wall annum the red IhmiI. that his "politieal vlcuh lime jail, pulled it down nml lUbl.oil on the of the coun- scene. lieen ii arleil as the try M'eineil In ileiiiiiuil." I'lrllllC I hi' l:ili-- i It of tin, lrllir. 'I'iikiii: mo fifteen national haukn in '.'('. The set ns I'lili. Mil l.i'illA, wliloli luivii ileposita ov New Yiitkelt.V the rail load at fei'dluir fl.VIIJO.IilKl eiieli, the largest eirectsof in tills city stiikos thu lliitl i"1 me felt hi).' Riming ninouiit iH'inif ."Kl.lliiO.OOU, in tho - i of Chicago dressed beef. Park. direct couseiiuoni'ii the whohiMilo " ee A lUHII.MII'ISIII II lxltllllUt IIIIIIIMItli'l'h jitiiipeil two cents per pound, wiiti .i that ho Iuin illsooM'reil In the I'lilliniliH' ery M'aiit.v supply at that. It n i" v u plant wliloli he.irs a Mower ultogether likely that IsliiniN fur at len-- t a nearly a jiinl whlo which notliH week a ery mtIoiih shoitagu will si hiuiiilH. felt, mid further tuhaiio-- s In tho p " Tlli.v uianaif" their eilmlnnl luisluehs are likely to oeeiir. Tho oars loil. d M'iy cniefiilly In Uoiue, It has taken with beef shipped from Chicago on md the utitlioiitiei tlireu yenn. to eoinplelu iHifiiro .Monday hist, which slioulil the urniiiBi'iiii'iils of tlic trial of M'ren heic, uitikldt.'W.ic'ii'd n UtilTul-- dJ Mi'unwlillo Uio ciu) ol bu uiovi'.l. persons for fon'ory JalL HI?Wt6ll!lt which the nroflU of hU I irnrrHk mill pr. lt.ON.00f A mi lMi. man in Vienna atarrtft that of age. Crrtk SBm-ndcr.-.- K'-Idir c Jluo, ;ar iii.i-U- n- - l.'i-'K- Colm-JM'I- 1 1 I y ii e 1 '.a-th- ms-teu- i. inpiit. pxl I'r doners. Our Eotcomod Nolnhbors, tho Oann-dlnnWiiiiiii Ua-- . ng SJ -- The St Louis p.isven nnd Mm mil' i sc :i:"llS.it-nrdn- y An lni.inlniil I il.lt ul In till 1 lip I trlii- - for train, wliuli left hero at I i, niglit, wns held up, and Well I liiith lie. I I'm, i.l), ( wiiiiii Hint Witl.m Muv III I i.i, p Wlllioitl mo i Ml Irh Will Mn.li Ni.w 1'iirgo Co.'s exprt ss onr nibbed bj" four M I'llllril j, tir-r- , nr Nl ii r n thu lie ii, Tim r.iroiilo World ssjii masked near Auguslii, lliit'ej; Hie I'. mllj"Tlo' I'iiiiiiI. county, about iniilnlght, and lieforu'0 III iri.o, N. , Aug 0. An hnor-tau- t o'oltM-SiiiiiIbv iliPrnliig the i iillaw In the striku has been i risis uireeaptund wilhpHrtof llirlr lxxitV. Toiio.xm, ().. Aug. '.'.I- - Ileforrlng to ii m Intl. It nan now - said nluiost As Ike I r im slow til upaltho Santa l'o that the llniin'ii on crossing.nl mtnini leoiist of Agusta.tivo President llairison's proclamation toll on vessels passing through the Lehigh. Hiie, Lake .shore and West maski-nun mounted the locomotlvo .shore and (Viitrul rnilroails will go out from either side, and m erlng the en- the S.iult Sto- - Mnrle canal, the (ilobi between 0 o'clock Satitnlny evening and gineer and fireman with guns, ordered (iUktiiIi says: "An attempt to striko this blow nt Canndinn coinmerco is Sitnilny in irntlig. The nieinbeni of tho the trn'm siopM tl. hen the train caino llmtln rhivxl of Trainmen and t uulii" to a ktnmlsti twi.oth.-- meinbcrs of warranted neither by the present nttl- lor mi the nlsivc roads, and possibly the rob tiers' P''lf- who wore In hidln', liulo of our ministers nor by the wboln course of international denting with ii. the teb graphers, will follow the st.irtid to uii'oiiplu tli express cir, to canal and water xtays. This strike, should It occur, will mid asm. ii ns this wasdone theenglnor tpfen-nclx- 'ho outcome of n kcurot niecliiig of wns toned to pull out,wlllyho cm Canada's expenditure under this head Jl'us been I ho tire loeul lodges of tlrviuou bold about it mile), distant from thurvsiot JML tW!irbbor.--Uhrh- s vnstly greater thnn of her fiir thai! UffiiWhl)e;tlvofItliVlrlghymcn uicr inir biinrc oi borai) cosiinDre com - It'lntleil'ufitlr'lnwiymldiilplit. me oi watcliod the locomotive crew the other pleting the noble system of mitigation Alxnit ",n men were In nttunilniiro, went to the oxprcss car door and de- from tho northwest to the Atlantic, nil the liHlges In the oily, ns manded admittance, nml by w t. of en with tits single exception of the rebate. well ns tho several nmils... 'J'ho Train1 phnsiylug their demands ro umctH. If tint no mi exception. She Iris thrown men and Conductois' brotherhooil wiro shixiting through the sides of toe enr ill herl tanals open to Americans and reireeiited by ilclegntes. Messeiij.-which wore H.xpn-- ' Slnpp An AaMieiHUil eorrexinilnnt and a baggageman. Thcimpi nod men Cnicdiaiis upon epnl terms, while her nlilijicr have enjoyed no liciielil what-ov- i learueil of the result at the conclusion s. on gave in. The Wells-l'-.- r o Co. bus r from the American state canals. if the meling. It la that the SU7 only just taken hold of he I'rlseo It wiuld Ik- - folly to denv th.it the stop men of the brnthcrhiKMl ar. line and their men bare not yet n wlitth is to lx taken will hurt an im- unanimous in favor of declaring a celvotl tli'dr complement of nrm, so tho strike on the Hrle, l.nke fchoro, Le- express messenger had nothing with pot tint Canndinn interest, but to make nnnfiirther conci"sslons In tho face of high, West Shore and Central road. which to defend Ills eu- - but a small rewould be too great a sncrl- this, iiin-ai- . Many of the member urged thnt tho volver. Sh'pp wns foiood to oieti hii lieepf our lignity nnd local lodges tmler the strike Immediate-Ij- . safe nnd the ndibcr ransackeil ev. n 'lie Mail lindenemletitl savs: "Nil They wore held back by the more thing, getting fifteen and twenty packdoiut an intimation from the Ottuw. coiiten alive mm, and the matter wns ages of money. jrninent that next year the rebate referred by telegraph to lira nil Master The whole thing wns over In alxnit goi woijil surely go determined the presi-deNargent at Torre Haute. thirty minute, mid the highwnv-me- n nut to resort to an extreme policy. The strike will lie wnpnthotlo, and left the train firing a few parting As .t K the United States meets our no bill of grievance w ill which, tollw ith a like toll. shots at the receding locoinotue, As the American toll However, the tlreiin-l- i will Insist that howoter, hit no one. The outlaws did hw nnd does not come Into operation r if the switchmen arc given the not nttt'inpt to rob the passengers, nnd is system It ahull apply to them also. but few of the latter knew any thing until the first of next month, it will not Otherwise. It would be ilir.sU' discrimi- of the situation until nil was over. Imj t erj serious matter, and as it will go off altogether when our rebate nation against their organlmtlon. How tnii-- h money was secured can not It was expected thst Mr. .Sargent lw ascertained, but the n mount proba- ceases, it reuse it will nt the end of this would leave Terr Haute early Satur- bly did not exceed 3,000, ns the tram M'a.Min, It need not trouble us much. day morning, and arrive here late at Is made up at Itnrton, twenty miles The tlltllciilty in the shape It has is happily not going to lead to night He may order the strike by (olo- west of here. Tho robliery nm comgraph. It will require about thrca mitted by four farmers living in this reprisals and to ill fooling " l'liu World (conservative) says: "Tho hour for the nremen t- - strike after re- vicinity of IXiuglas, Itntler county, nnd, president tf the United States has, at ceiving the order from the grand mas- it seems, wns expected. the of con gross, closed ter. It will not lu confined to the Sheriff Nlpp, of Cowley county, was. Sttx onlcr canal to Canadianthe s.iult m sols. Mnrle yards, but will extend to nil men runinformed that such a scheme wns khlps must pay a toll of twenty ning out of lluffalo. In previous strikes on foot by u fifth of the Our ordered by (irand Master Sargent tho gang early in tho week, and while ho rentan ton We accept the penalty. n Hremon have auandjnvd their rniflntM e ii Id not discovered exactly when tba While we have to pay It we will. w beret cr they chjnctt.1 to bo nt tin robbery was to take place, he had a nccept this hostile legislation us tho 1 would probably be posse in wnitlng, nnd. ns soon as he got warmest tribute our neighlxir rivals hour specified. can jsiy us. It is their testimony that n in this Instance. wind of the hold-up- , he lxiuni.il on th About 300 men will W ordered ont It outlaw. The nibbers are new at hold- Canada Is n nation on this American the atrike oeeiir. hxlge has ing up trains, but thi-- did their work continent. It Is the beginning of onr fifty member. Wet Shore hxlge nNuit like profeikiotinls, ami the only mistake history of a grent people. Thank can Canada lire without the kouie nnmlter, and ICrlo ludge W they made was In capturing the wronj (iixl the l' nl Slntes Thnnk tiod, wu on the l.ako tram. ntcmtier. The tirem-l have pioM-.- that more thaiioucoandoaii Shore and Central belong to one lodge. CaniM rjiti a Dti of Re proctty. proie it ngain. Thank (iixl. national The brothi-rhixx- i ha J. TIKI members 3. Wasiiim.ton, Aug. President honor is a term still to he lonnd in the A In the 1'nltod Stat.- - and Canada. striking fund of (.'i.inal haa Ksn accu- - Harrison Ssturilay isauetl a pnx? aina-tio- n Canndinn dictionary. Thlsenniil quessuspending tree passage through tion will settle itself in time iik other niulaleil kinee the Chicago, Ittirlinglon and Quiney atrike four year go. The the St. Mary' Pulls ciiunl, i far ts questions hnio Ix'eti settlisl, but ono lasting eirect of it will lx that it played men aay it la now or never w itli tho Canada in concerned. Tho intelllgciiee its share in teaching the Canadians that Dtriwi, Aug eause of orgnnuMMl IhImit on nil lion I 1'rtM.kbint. lliirrlkon had utauisl bis they vould live without tho United p.Ntelainalinn against Canada created slates. That lesson learned and we nis TIm only trunk line uninterruptedly here. None of the 'he ctpials of any nation on the carrying freight westward i the I) d.v no little continent." ware, Lackawanna ami Western. One ministers here an' disposed to express opinion ut present ns to of tit-- western liuuk line from this any city, the l.aue Shore, la clogged, and w hut notion I .until i w ill take now that STRICKEN JAPAN. Trunk, of Canada, i lh A im i icon "sAo" canal is to all the ami purX'ses closed to Cunadi.iu f T!)innn, l.snd-ll.l- e unit rtirtli.ii ike l't trt thieatencd wph a strike. The Michigan If it s ne. Ccntial. the other trunk too Ha? west- vessels, ow ins' to prohibitory illltiof. . he Orienward is inrolveil, like the Lake Shore, President llairison's uetioii was totally Aug. Six rut.xc-l-roin the fortune. of the Central, ami nneptoted. Judging from the under- tal steamer (laello briuirs details of olll.-ia- l cut rout of fooling displayed In only of aucess Saturday' eiiorinoiu los of life by a typhoon, of the road to m.ivc freight eirele the Canadian governmunt will landslide and earlhipiakc in Japan. freely la to bo relied upon for eaatwanl not likely yield. The typhoon raged tluee days sit parrying of tralllc. At exactly thit and the town was Hooded. A Myatsry Cleared Up. a point the Uictieai position of the people were One htnidrnl nnd Hvansvimk, Intl., Aug. Si In 1500 drowned, 2.IMH houses fifty swept aw ay, Itmught trongly to light were Huffs, a prominent, citiion, pn ItenJ. Thia position of the Lackawanna I ind ten tunes ns ninny submerged. Tho feeding J.VIKMI ust ns thoroughly appreciated by the priclor of a wharflmit here, it was i:itj tho river and droniicd, govi rmiipiit is WO people w ere suflcrcr-sdniw nod tlrtkc leailcr-- , at by nny others, and tho for the fell lu Akiiogimi found, and remains could dwellings six opt nwuy. Importance of what tho men upon thst the fiinlly believed not beworn they at the and i.uoil n mountain side in (Honiara w 111 ctucliide to do as to n syinpa-thetiline bottom of the river. Hubbs carried a tided on ourlL a riter nnd converted a t alley ktiike la ton thousand dollar iiisunince policy, huge lake. No details havo been which was eompromisod with the com- into a UMCLR SAM'S STIlBNaTII. but the people had no warnpany for rive thousand dollars. A let1 iihI.I II lliil.e mi Army nl 'lldrlrtn ter wa received hen- - from California ing, und many lives must huic been Mllllu i Sunday, kayiug that Hubbs dl'.il a few lost .Sour Tokuslilma a groat fissure openWiii.noto, Aug. 'JU. -- All unnsunllt days ago ill Sail I'nuicisi.-o- . ed in the earth, at the base of the Hogl Interesting bulletin hu just boon isMi.il mountains, nnd swallowed loo houses by the superintendent of the census, A Grootr snot an J Klllet. exhibiting, among other thing, thu I). and HHI people Chmiimtox, W. Vn., Aug. Si-- V. lSuniblliig noises wen' heanl for a day sire of the inllitiablo population of the L. Samples and wife, who have a gn 1'nited Mates that is the male popula- terv stttie In I'pper Klk City, i suburb liefore the disaster. The noises still eon-- t line nml thu people have lied to tho tion of the age s to 41 inclusive. tif thi city, were engaged in counting '1 he bulletin shows tliut there are their money in the Isiok nxiin of their .nils l'mm Okuyamu come reports of males in the I'nilrd Mates Us. st ore, when a masked robber entered by t. iribly disastrous HuikIs. Over ."i.OOD tween those ages, and it follows, therea back dtxir and made a grab fur thu houses were submerged, and IPil perfore, thnt if we were driven to it, wo money, lloth samples and his who sons di owned could put into the field an army of over grappled with the robber. Mrs.S.itnples A Protuictlve Canon niton. i:i,tHi,(00 men, except, of coarse, the tore the mask from the fellow's face, Pun mil. mil i, Aug. at - A letter shrinkage from disability and exemp- and iu to get away from the husrchblshop Kyan has read tion. And then wo would have n,(W0.-00band he shot htm In the light bide, fiom I'.omau Catholic churches requirin nil or more men oxer the age of Ci death almost instantly. ing all Catholics possessing writings of years, to attend to tho business of the tn hit.' lolin N- Newman, formerly of Trom tho Pen. Must D country, while this nnny of 1.1,(WO,IMO NvsiiMi.ii. Tcini , Aug. 83. Tho Pi.ila.i.'lphia, to tlelhor them to tho men should be In tho tleltl. authorities to be forwanltxl to It is interesting to note always that ktate Isiartl of prison iuspH.'torrosolvotl the increase in the number of inilitlnblc that, in flccordiuice with the uontrnet Koine as a precedent to liming the lato The bsho) canonized us a saint. d moil in the I.' u i tod States in the ton with tho TeimcHMsj. Coal, Iron nnd of the Kodeomer, of which ho Co., all eonviets in four year from UM) tolsli,l is almost exactly three millions ci,IW".U4U ) Thus It ap- hundred, mid women mid hospital in- wasn member, has for several years K'on collecting evidence of his extraor pears that simply thu iiicieaso in our mates must bo removed from tho In which there nn 00. The dinary sanctity. liulitialile population in ton yean, is enough to ninke three grand nrmlo of a Ixmnl ugrocs to furnish gunrtls for the R:tUln; Dow.i at Homesteal. safe keeping of tho convicts wlivrcicr million men en oh. Of the total militlalilo stiongth of the coinpauy may ' desire to lloul stkaii. Pa., Aug. i'- X- Homestead is dally becoming more deserted, inanv tho country H.siki.uoi Is white, and thoni. of the strikers securing workolsewliero Is colored. Of tho whlto A Rxllroal EiKlne EiplntM. pending a settlement of the strike. As inilltlablo strength U,0si),i0(l is iintlic, Tciiii., Aug. '.'.'. Willie en- n Mi find their result the S.Str.sus is foreign born. gine SO J wns pushing a lienw fndifl t work much relief committee easier. The soldiers hero A Nsw Iran Hall. train for thu Iron Mountain near aro looking forward to the 1st of SepI ml., I.xiii vxAi'oi.n the Intiler exploded, nnd Ln tember, when they expect to lx re Aug. SO. -- Chief .Justice Somerby nnnouneo that he will gmcer .lames Ulnndertlelil was thrown lieved. Hv that time they will havo go to I'hiluilelplila nml organise a new into the nir one hundred feet nml n Ik'cii in continuous service longer than order of tho Iron Hall mid will exeludo htnutly killed, rireimiu Hubert I'rnti i at any time during the history of tho from membership all tho Iiulianlaus was lorn to a mass, ami the engine guard, having Wen on the Held sixty who rebuild against tho old order. and tho truck torn up days. 8;rk Rilu-- e In Amerlci 0ns HunJrcit and Three. Thirty Car Handlers Strlkj. e)onnell nn-l.oxiiox, Aug. a.'. Aug tfi). A telegram An i mii, lli'Ki'ii.o, X. , Aug. '.':!. -- Thirty enr Hill, the iioeomplli'es of llidwell in U was iccched horeaiinounoing the death handlers employed on the Lehigh tresof Mrs. Ihully I'lirehush. one of tho forgeries on the Hank of Hiigland l tle on the water front stopped work pioneers of this section of th state, at yeai-- ago, who hao boon i cleaned ."i Monday, nnd told the yardmastor they tin' home of her son, in Mielxiygau, condition that tlit'V leave the counlii would not resume until the grlevunco 'tis Tho ileceaed was a woman of stinted for I. herp.xil, and are of the switchmen wore settled, Tim wonderful vitulttv, tin hailng leached to have sailed on tho Allan sleaau men wore not with their on the Hill of this lVisinii for Moutioal. the ago of lui t eonditlon. month, she retail od her c liter, and Tin Mjinohls Katj War Eiiltl Ntx", a Coal Miners' Strike, iiii'iital facilities to the last. Mi Ul'llis. Ten n , I!c I'niMll Will, Aug At The river coal of .ill tlm railroad-- , cnli sentatiM-$23,000 lor a ll'rsi. operators at a meeting Monday deeiihsl Ni.w Yoiiit, ug. 2U. I'ierro Lorll'tinl Mi inpliis met heie ami leorgaincil l to to ryditcc the wages of their miners to u ,t Mi'inphls l'.ivtonger association. has purchased ftoiii Messrs. three cents per bushel. It is expected Irntiolad aglXM'iiieut was lingers the thrt'e-jea- r Thu tlm mtncis, who 'lumber lo.ouo, will old colt. puts ,iu end to tlm rate war. the price paid being f'.'.'i.O'Ki. I , Ui-iinn-u, In Bytnimtliy, With tho Btrlldniz Bwllohinoti, Will Co Out. til t,,p.. V-- eir-tiiln- ly d r Tcnti., Aug 3i The war is oxer, mid tion.'Cnrncs Is the hero of the hour. The minors who were capin tho tured will be tried About 4 circuit com t nl Clinton. o'cliwU Sunday morning tho Chickasaw guards, who were protecting tho battery, wero npproaehed by a Ixxly of im n, presumably miners, whom they ihaliengcd, and failing to get any llred on them, when they in the darkness. It wr.s too dark to determine Just who they wtre. Lilt they weio supposed to lie n body of miners who bad sneaked t'own from the mountains mid were attempting to uplke When I'm OrN. CARNES rtirl Anj- rurtlirr Ironlil at k- la huh. 111- - - Nnljii OfTt red. ThoijTeflncss" A t Coal and Iron Co.'s Counsel Talk. rcl'tatltn rrnerrtllrt(t. KrsoMtltn I'iiMf.l I. rlli- - liirrri'irt lerliHlMiiX'irrriiilrr lite Contl. t ,r it Mllie llsinlt nlI Ulellrllrrrt ifor the l.ntl onr Vrurt. -- KbW Yoittt, Aug. :' Col. A. S. ynr.TflktLIa general fi.r the Tennessee Coal nnd Iron Co., k at the I'lftH'jATcaue hotel Ho said he was Kcwr York to confer with Thos. not C. PlaVtj.'ircalilciit of the company, re- gnrdla's: tthu convict labor trouble in l. Tcnnseekbiit - e - 1,1 t., i.i the battery. Krcsh prisoners are being tnrouglit In I every jew- - in i nines, lion, inrnes in-- 1 sinicteii ins men to snow ino quarter J . f..i i i. them down like dogs, nnd lento iiiem for the hogs to eat 1 11 see that their bodies are not moved. No law in will com let you for killing They these villains ill would kill the last one i.f you if they had u chalice, and I want you to show no quarter w lieu they resist 1 he situation is unchanged, but tlic trouble Is far fiom titer. Some of the most desporote minors who havo not cnptureil, have told some of their f i lends that they would have revenge. Their method of lighting Is cowardly, and whenever they lire charged they always reticnt, although in practically impregnable positions. T lie main dag ger from tlieni Is imsliw naeuing, in which pine of villainy they are very C hris-teudoIx-c- n I'ia Tin-me- nj ten-hou- will reuew its offer to surrender its lenv and It will prolmbly insist that its offer lx; accepted, and tho legislature will then have to determine It shall again endanger whether the financial reputation of the stnte by undertaking lieiiltcnthiry enterprises whuh will entirely remove convict laW from the contract system, or expert whether It shall endanger the reputahollar Anderson is In full possession tion of tho state as an orderly and lie is nlKUil.'.inile from peaceable community and alienate the of his position, from lion. Crimes force, but communi voters by looking cation Is perfect The tnxips are grit altout for another company that Is will-I- t ty, but they arc physically exhausted. g to pay the state for the lalwr of the convn-ts- . was on his way to business. f'Tlcro w no particular renson why I 8hoti' see' Mr. Piatt on the subject of tlio. Tmpi&co uprising," said Col, Col- of tho 'lennessee Jur'" IfeVfc'TTsMfc-riaincluded. otTcrmlnd Itithnt mnlter, and tho ciinpany Is certainly not in nny wny responsible for this disgraceful condi-- t ju of affairs in the state. A resolution passed by the lmard of directors, freely offering to surrender tl convict lense, has been hi the hands of the state olllcials for over four years, ami tho company exacts no conditions In making the surrender. ' lhe Tennessee Coal nnd Iron Co. U. 1 n s-- rait-titM- s. - Aiut-i-ca- - il.i-id.-- ul "M-T- ef-to- lick-awanu- 1 , c .tlt-n- . "One thing Is certain, that when the Tcrni'ssce Coal nnd Iron Co. once gives srt I'lre to tlm Air Ship--It up its lease it will net er ngain employ 'pirlt Coll ipteil nml the remain Arroi.mil com ict labor. One of the chief reasons I ill In I Im lurtli. whuh tlrst Induced the company to Cnl.fMiifs, ()., Aug. 22. A picnic was take up the system was the great held Sunday evening nt Shooting park, chance which It seemed to present for and a balloon ascension, with a sensa- ovcr.'oiulng strikes, some years tional parachute leap, was the principal after we began the convict lalxir sysfi aturo of the day's entertainment tem we found thnt wo wero right in Mrs. Prof. Watson Steele was the ns- calculating that free lalxirers would bo Morehcnu, loath consionist usistod by Lew to enter upon strikes when they lith of whom have gained considerable san that the company was amply pronotoriety hi similar events. The balloon vided with convict labor, ami as Itnm n flair. The beat was one w ho does not approve of tho conwas a hot-ai- r generated by a bonlhc, over which vict m stem, I don't mind saying that the huge canvnsh bag wns held until for many years the company found this inllated. At O.an o'clock Mrs. Steelo nn effective club to lx) held over the took her sent hi the car and tho word heads of thu free laborers. Hut the whs given to cut away the guy mpes. e'aiiinrings of the people for the past In an instant tho balloon lloated gracef w years, combined w Ith the recent fully upward. disgraceful events, have disgusted the When the nir ship reached a height company with the whole business, and of S00 feet n frightful llame shot from we shall all be glad when wo are well Inside its folds. out of It" It had licen ignited by a spark from SOLDIER RESTRICTIONS. tho Ixmflre. Miv Steele, the nscension-1st- , did not see her peril until she was lit ItnrTitln XVItlrh It w nrned by frightened exclamations from An IJlilr.o-nirii- l ITernmtiif; Mmli Angered Thereat. the crowd. She looked upward just ns Ili'FFU.o, Aitr .lust ns tho sethalf of the bulloon wns suddenly I in llnmes. It si. pp. ! its upwnrd ting sun touched the tops of tho tall course Iknd fell like a Hush tow nrd the eluvators and men wore thick alxnit the earth Mrs. Steele attempted to save rum halls and blind allots a coriul herself with the parachute, but when nnd his men raided a group of grain she tried to cut the rope holding It to shovolcrs. who had assembled nt tho tho burning balhxin, her efforts were corner of Michigan street "Curse the whole of you,"' growled one of their unsuccessful. character, She ilmilly Miocooded in getting it iiumlHT, n "Is this a free retreated. bxiso nnd leaped from the car. .lu-- t as as ho addressing asked, he she made the leap for hfo the burning country'.'" Press correspondent, balhxin collapsed and fell on top of the an Associated parachute, turning it sidew iso. Then who stood near. "I toll you," he conballoon, woman and parachute fell in a tinued, "it's an outrage, when men who tangled mass tow aril the ground. In have Hied in tins ward all their lives falling Mrs. Steele struck the roof of a have got to be driven alxjut like dogs barn w ith terrilie force. She rolled off by those tin soldiers from Ilnxiklyn, baythis structure and fell to tho earth. and bo j.ibbed in the legs by their minChildren screamed, women fainted, nnd onets it you don't scamper off the A ute they tell you; we won't staud it reigned supreme. pandemonium physician .was haitlly summoned, and much lo'nger," The man went on exfound Mrs Steele unconscious. She wns citedly: "We'll fix them one of these on taken to her homo at Trout and Statu nights if they don't let up are streets, when' a elo'Cf examination de- their funny business. There shovel-cr- s veloped that her skull had been frac- thirteen hundred of us grain and fifteen hntu'red longshoretured by tho fall. men, anil enough more of the BALLOON ACCIDENT. A tra riiASKroiiT, Ai 15. -r- .ATi:-Tlie sensli hail a laryrr doe ot vcti-- s than the hoiim", thu cor.ralion bill, rrologtcal siirrev bill, n.l Hit (leelKl 1 urnpllio Mil unluckjr on's. The cerioraiton bill Is nt-i- t .11 Itnportancn la ihf retcnuo bill, and the prlrclpal rnvrnn J01 lhe trio was the sum as the rriri-ntiMil, via, tbc manner of Ut passage To momm Is ths iti tiled lor siljnurnn.rnt, smt, slthoitRh an t. Iimpl tll made to rescind lhe resolution nunsth rty It ttin rnoit certainly fall, he. caute the senate has no quorum, ami the housi Is nearly In th same Hz. llin-s-io- r llrown sent 11 the house me v sacrs it toeln? the corpormlnn nd th. revenua bills, cla mini-ththn manlatory protlslom of the latter bill li id not been obeyed, and thai certain sections ot lhe net were unconstitutional. A number of legislators are outspoken In titor ot sustaining the veto, but others say that lhe only serious thin mentioned by tho governor It in vote by which the bill passed mo nous; ami trnsie alter the conlcrence committee had reported, ami that lhe Rurttnor Is precluded from an objection of this kind lor thu reason thai he haa already signed bill that as passed undrr slmtl.tr ttaw ot case. TW" vetomestage was lenjrthr, read ani!'ome enrolled blllt compared, tho house adjourned till tho afternoon. The mes-aij- re was made a special order for mornlnij Mr Stephenson offered a resolution provldlr.7 for reasscmbllnj September but II it as lost for wont of a rjuorum. PnaSKroiiT, Aur. IU Sr.s-iTTho senate met at iu M it Ith it full ijuorum. Tlic housn resolution was rriiirtcl, but It was eTldent frm the beginning that It had no chance. Senators (.oehel and Mulllpan demandil the rcnit-In- s of the journal, which "mlxxlled the Tftocil and lolurotrout cnrjwratlon bill. This was done purely to secure delay and sufficed to put oft a lote on the resolution and run over the hour It rd for adjournment In rain s'natert pleaded with their olstlnate brethren to procted In business Gocticl nml .Mllllran were angry with the ?oirnor for his teto and nothing would appease them Motions of a variety failed for want of a quorum voting, and the monotonous rending, enlivened at times by other tacilet, consumed the time until noon, and the senate was adjourned for thrte months. llovsr. When the house met this mornln? to consider the special order, tl.c covcrnor's veto, thcStetensonresolu Ion to com enc again on September n w as called up, ahd as Anally adopted by a otc of 17 to I The governor's teto then came up, and the preilous question was ordered, and en the roll call there were 32 rotes In favor of sustaining thetetonnd I against It, no quorum voting As more lha twenty members, mostly republicans and Alliance men, refused to vote, the tetoed reienuo revenue bill was hung up Th house ordered the resolution to reconiene Immediately to the senate, nnd amused Itself with gootl-bspeches until 12 o clock, when tho speaker's gvel descended and the house ot rrpresentatli is adjourned until the middle ot N01 ember. t' """ l. , .. ' Hkmiv IlAnnnivr., newspaper carrier, was drow ned in the river at Louisville. Till: Klchmnnd Pair Co. cleared pbout 11,000 on their late meeting. John C. IlfTI.Kn, while plowing on his farm near Point Pleasant, was bitten by a rattlesnake. Thomas Yop.no, who murdered ills wife last .March at Owcnsboro, for what he considered indiscreet conduct with other men, has been sentenced to ninety nine years In the penitentiary. At Oakfonl a democratic club has been organized. Ar Owcnsboro, Albert Parker, a joung Negro, wns arrested for robbing a bank. a horse nt Hopktnsville, W. WAI.KK.n, acil 8. w ns and his skull Ulckcd.by, well-know- n A C. . 0. FliEloiiT train wns derailed nt Winchester by the tracks spreading. Four cars were wicckcd. .1. L II am, prominent citizen of Whiteside, fell on the street as a result of heart disease. Tiik switchmen of all the roads entering Louisiille but two have :skod for an increase of wages. It is thought tho Kiints at ivsue will be settled, however, without a strike ,1ami:s IIa.nhkii, n farmer and tobacco dealer living alxnit fourteen miles west of Cadi, lost his tobacco factory by tiro between 12 and I o'clock the other night The loss Is alxnit c 1,200; insured for ttOO. The fire is supposed to havo licen the work of nn incendiary. Kioiitkk.v out of thirty-liv- e appli cants for teachers certificates in Ohio county failed to puss the examination, and only three secured certifi first-class crushed DUB LINDSAY'S Neck .sp.irril I lir.iiii.-l- i lV-fl.t- lx-e- Hull-roa- f peni-toutiur- 1 l,Wll (, Y-- . ' s .ii. ,' -- Lamp-liglitc- strike. .:. Kick twen-ty-tw- n art. IIopmmi Ml. 1:, Littlo iliiugh-tc- r Addio Sue lor, the of .Ioh Sncllcr, pi'oinlni'iit farmer icsldinp neat- - this city, was playing heels in her father's-y.mnlxiut a hoit-c'evening when the animal kicked her, sti'ikuig her forehciid with his foot, iullli'tliig a terrible gakh that will result fatally. d s it by n Hone. liy., Aug. lliii'isti i.i, Aug. '.'i A longist.iie force has defeated the Arabs on In. Sanktiron rher near the place in In ilodlster expedition w as miissa. ml It u chiefs were killed mid 7li meiiwiie eaptuix'd by the trotip. The gotoinor dooit nut think the uprising w ill spread -A Ton ChDtt Killed Splinter Through a Woman' Eye. A loam v, l)., Aug. '.'il. to Mr. IMiebrock, of lilundoif, run away. Tho can Inge was shatteiod. A sliver entcied Mis, KdlebiiK-U'eye, Oitaw s poiietratlng the brain and killing her instantly. A little gill in tlie buB'gy sustained n broken linn. !ov i '"-h- j llllo A Trait idy on Whn's Oor. Boyd Deellnei n liennmlnstlon. i.illislon l'llll Alt) l.l'lil , Aug. 1TJ.lloyd Omaha, Neb., Aug. U'twccn Churlt'H nnd AlU'i-- Hies in, declines a reiiouilnation. He iiromise.s C.ibnnn'a S'.rlkj Ovir. l'.tiiih, Aug. :i0. The calinu'n's striku tiiOlhoix while riding bleyolos, haste-sillieto work hard for tho democratic pirty Is practically broken. in the death ul Charles, he wa Many of tho tliis fall, mid ptediets sulccss fur tho iO yen's of itgc, nnd was one of tin) tin tl returned In work several d.iy&ugo, siiito ticket if good men aiu numhi I liui'at til riiiliidelpHU and lliu jvsl iftunmi Salnrdny. IlltttCv) t d i wlh-einie- j Alniiitt it l.nrhlitc Coai, Ciii:kk, Tenn., Aug. 3 J. A determination to Lynch tho notorious desperado and miner's sympathiser, Hub Lindsay, has Ixjcn plainly manifest among the citizens of this place. Smidny night about 10 o'clock a party of them through a slick pleeo of strategy obtained possession of Lindsay and marched him down the railroad towanl Ilriceville with the full determination to forever end Ids dcwliueut. Lindsay has been tho (error of the entire section of country for a long lime. No. less than seven men are claimed to have met death nt his hands, mid It can be readily seen why he wns nn object of such enmity. The party had not proceeded far when they halted in a ravine to put their They gave Lindplans into execution. say a chance to speak for himself. How well ho Improved tho opportunity wna shown by later developments. lie pleaded pile msly to tho crowd, and on making the most solemn nssur-tinothat ho would forever forego his wicked ways, und would furthermore conduct the soldiers to and point out every minor implicated in the Into troubles. Ins life was spared and he was conducted back to camp oil these conditions. Ho will be used as a means of Identifying those outlaws, and vigorous measures will be put on foot to bring them to justice. M iiini' i I rj In Korn Curt, llfri'Atn, N. V Aug. 22. At military headquarters. .Sunday, Capt I!oe reM)rt-othe discovery of nn attempt to set lire to a train of freight cars at Itlnck Hook. A sentry on duly saw a couple of women climbing Into a freight ear st. Hilling on the track-- . Ho at once started In purs'ilt, mid seeing him approach, tint women hurtiodly effected their esoape. Out of e uriodty the sentry climbed up and looked into tho Car, where ho found n basket of shavings saturated with oil, to which u match bad boon applied, but fortunately it had gout) out before any damage hud been done. Tlio. were not caught A suliii,,, tmt I l'p, Coi.t'Miit"1, Aug. '.".'. -- Saturday morning, S (!. Cunton's saloon, at tiulloway, ton miles west of hero, wns blown up, lived near by, win who Carson, iiwiikoned bv the report lie found tho thxirs blown up ami front blown out. Hverythilig Itisiilo w.ii wreolcetl. Apparently a eiirtrlilge had boon placed The under the center of thy ll'ior. building unsunned by I.iiug.x schneek, wholesale liquor dealer heie. It was 1,, only ilnon In town, and nii.irreuipt to MHiirq hx'iil option rtecnt.y failed, lis old aiiio the effort to iucofporutu the hu Ultimo to tin) iilhi2P. Carson lay liiw 3hd o. h r pivple, Hanuge, fl.oOO d 1 sleui'i rromltet ' m0,,t "' good crowd, too. in a row--. us have done a little lighting In our day. Do you suppose we care for guns ami bayonets ' Not on your life. Kvcry liinn of us1 has a go.nl iciolvcr that will shoot flvo times to their guns' once, and we know how to use them, too. Ignessif wo wero to start one or two of these elevators XtUnni, and then give it to these soldien. they would wish they were luck iu Hr.ikhiu" A r actional light in Lyons county between the Paynes nnd resulted in the death of two men. AllTllfP. Mourn, a boy, to mako a boys in the hinils'r-.vard- s good time thousand strong men who living at Hnsor, wns thrown from :i hang around these corners. Wo aro n mule and had his jaw fractured in two s, cate places. THE AMERICAN STRIKES. Hie comnieritin,'on the American strikes, strough denounces what It terms tho "barb.iiousand treacherous" melluxlsof the strikers, especially the miners. 'It not entitled to the says: Mine Mrisers, in us oruinnry sense, 1 nee nn' not eieii insurgents, who t tho ordinary laws of war. They No ii n .iest rover of life and property. w,ndcr that public feeling throughout Aii. ritit is aroused to a great degree .iginst these desperadoes; and, bearing th, .ircuinstnnccs in mind, wo must in.il.. due allowance for tho substnnco and tone of Uov, lluehanau's proelaiuu-li- , We do not desire to see the riot,ii ers niched, but it will be an evil day for i.'iniK'raey if such acts of brutality est.i' J"st punishment" -, London Hull) News mils Hie striking Miner lir.trojrrs. The Iaily News, London, Aug. !. At Dcanficld, Stcvo Moors and Thomas Mastin quarreled 01 cr gamu Moore's, face was terribly of craps. bitten by Mastin. As Tin: result of bad feeling Stroude nnd Williams, two farmers, of Hover, Williams was shot hi the back four times and killed instantly. Somk colored employes wore sitting out In the capltol yard, Prankfort, thu other night, when n large, tine 'possum, taking them to bo harmless ineinlx'rs of the general assembly, eame up to liiics-tigat- e nnd was captured. He is now in a barrel fattening and awaiting thu llrst frost. Lk.xi.xotox has nearly five miles of brick street A Nl'Mlint of horses have been stolen hi tho ticinltyof llopkinsiille, lately, tho latest victim being Peyton a wealthy farmer, whoso, hoi.so was taken while he was at church at 11 Hud-dock, doing In Piece. Aug. Sit. A nuinlH'r of of the Iron Hull l,i t noro iuemlK.-r(, ml mod Monday iu nn application to .. tho order ill the hands of a re-r w hllo sixteen oilier" sued out Hills to recover on certificates ah to be due (.nil unpaid. The pro-c- , is" Is similar to that instituted nt In, ,iii .polls, and was taken for the piiro of protecting the Interests of tin- li.titimoio members. .lattice Urn, I. Aug. Nfm Oiii.k.Wi, ,ln-- t r lleriiiune., of tho supremo eoiirl died at iiixm Monday. of The rest-- I'miiirett, :nvK, Aug. 2:1. The lnteinatlou.il pt ... congiess was opeue .ill the Ihirope.iu nations uro .N. A iiumhi Ii no uteil in tho congress. of tin' lean delegates uro also present. . It ik I.ot'kwoiHl, 1111 Ameiii'uu Mi spoke of the progress the peace j,, ,, .1.1 uiado in the United states. l,tilllliillloii riitlpiined. I line llordeii't til ItlVKIt, Muss., Aug. 2:1 - Miss Harden arrived hern fiom tho j,, morning, to be T.11111 '" n'1" Monday . .ii...i gi n p'tiiiiiiiiiiry neuriii tin a ciniiu in thu afternoon, but later Of as adjoin ncil until Thu mI.iv, ,j litiTiMoiiK, s , it . at-l,- ,, i .1 . i '.'1 v 11 1 1 , 1 , , Concord. Tin: body of an unknown man was found burled four foot under the sand In the canal at Louisville. Nixi: men were more or less done up A In a light at barbecue at Paducah. girl was the cause. Tack Jackson and Kd Murray, colored, engaged in a quarrel at Pleasant Kldge, during which Jackson was seriously shot by Murray's father. lli'iim. mis effected an entrance into tho ticket olllceof the II, L and H. S. depot at Mt Sterling, broke open tho cash drawer and secured the contents, fjs. There is no elew to the thiol os. Ar lit lit ami Leo Summers gut Into :t fight at a barbecue near Paducah and Ixith men wore soilnusly injured with knife wounds. A PiioTiiicrin meeting at I'eth.ohoni church, near Winchester, conducted by Hlders Meli.irvey and Spencer, closuil withH'J additions. Tin. I)aiiilllo Democrat says that tho ruts alxnit that low 11 are equally a effective as a Chinese wall for stilling eiiterpiisos of all kinds. Auiinu the recent appointments of endots to West Point is that of Chas A. Pitman, of Mt sterling, with Cliiruneo It. Day. of lleiitlj villi, u ulteriiult. llAiirt'oMi is tumbled with a tiro bug. A I'ofiiin-c- i Ass post otlli'ti has liee.11 llltlfl.v established at Lost Pork, county, nnd John II. Stephen appointed Htmustcr. Utv, I'icitimi Dukiii.nu, of l.oulsvltlo, and the oldest preacher ill the Kentucky conference of tho '.dethodlot Kpisetip.il church, south, diet the other morning at Cliattunixigo, where lie luul gum? on 1 vlU jo Ills 11 . K3.-r'iT-- -- r vzvqKwszmsr&u 'if; mmp? .stfv ' iMrNVWPI vV 1'H-- . ' ' . ymMKmw2s&.z$m, l,n,,.. tV, g-pJ- ,.', .. imm:rMmiiimvmvmm ' ""m. -- U . i"PT . ra w3 ..fw THE HICKMAN COURIER. t PHbllsMJEvtryFrMayby GEORGE WARREN Hlokman. Kentuoky. Mti-Jut- iiii THE HICKMAN COTTRIE TIM OLDEST KBW8PAF1R IK WEBTEIMT KENTUCKY. FINE JOB PRINTING IITI IB1T1ESS EXKCUTKD ilD MSP4TOL BALK BILLS, Street, neat door U CTItr Hall CEORCE WARREN, Editor. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS. Prlcoof Subscription, $150 CURRENT TOPICS. lyu. ESTABLISHED MINERS tSIIIIHENIUMl. 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY., E1HDAY. AUGUST TIIKFIUEMEN, iikAIH HELD XJP. UKTTIN0 IilLKI), lour Mt Uil Itniim t'nrmrr Do IlieJ"'' ,M - Hut h lw llniir. Aflrrrtanl '""'J' Our Eotoomod NolKhbors, tho Oaua-- d Mrrr liiliri rrlsmirra. -- ThoHtLouU Wichita, K.ts., Aug. 23 I nns. passen-te- r d nnd Kan Fiuuclsco train, which left here nt 3:30 Sat-- , o urihiy night, wns held up, and "Tlunk flu,t t'nnsil t'n Lire Wlllmut ('ts's e.xpnss ear robbed by fnur I'nllril Mulfi," fnjt tlir Torimtn Ml- llio lTlmTiirunto Miirlil Havsl ' masked men, near Augusts, Hu'y, Ao il thn 1'rnaltv' Tlia Cannl. county, nbout midnight, and lcfore o'clock Sunday morning tho outlaw were captured tilth part of thelrbooty.. TgnojiTo, O., Aug. 2.1. Hcfrrring to As tliclniiiihlotteil up at Iho Santa Fo President Hnirlvin'n imcrosslng,iil)ontinnlleeastof Agusta.lwo posing a toll on vessels proclamation passing through m a 'iked men mounted tho lucoiuotlro tho Sault Sto. Mnrlc canal,, tho UIob from either side, nnd covering the en- (liberal) says: "An nttempt to strlko gineer nnd fireman with guns, ordered this blow at Canadian commerce Is hen the train cajno vr arranted neither by tho present ntt-ttid- e the train stopped. to it standstill, two other memberstof of our'mtnlstcrs nor by tho whola tho robbers' gang, who were In hidlitf, course of international dealing with uncouple tho express car, ttference to canat and water wuya. started to nnd ns soon ns this wnsilone the engine liuiada'a expenditure uder this head was forced to pull Wb5,Wn, vastly grenter than of her w mtnHiwwwi air share of tire, cost oi com watclicd tho locomotive crow tho other navigation iletlng the noble system went to tho express enr door nnd de- from the northwest to of Atlantic, manded ndmlttance, nnd by way of em- tilth tho single exception the the rebate, of phasizing their demands commenced tint be nn exception. She has thrown shooting through the sides of the car In if canals open to Americans and her Messenger Shlpp Cm which were F.xpre idiani upon equal terms, while her nnd n baggageman. Thclmprls 'tied men Mil; pers havo enjoyed no lienellt w hat-ev- e o Co. has on gnvi! In. Tho from the American slate canals. only Just taken hold of tho Frisco It v in Id bo folly to deny that tho step lino nnd their men have not yet re- wh h Is to le taken will hurt nn ceived their complement of nrms, so tho int Canadian Interest, express messenger hnd nothing tilth nny further concessions In but to make tho fuco of which to defend his ca" but n small rethh threat would bo too great a sacrivolver. Shlpp wns forced to open I1I1 fice if our dignity nnd fafo nnd tho robbers ransacked everyT o Mall (Independent) says: "No thing, getting (If teen nud twenty pack-nge- s don it un Intimation from tho Ottnwa, of money. gov next year Tho it hole thing was over In nbout wot rnment that determined the rebaten d surely go the presl-dethirty minutes, nnd tho highwaynot to resort to nn extreme policy. men left the train firing n few parting Is, shots nt the receding locomotive, which, As t nthe United States meets our toUwIth like toll. As the American toll however, hit no one. The outlaws did Is live nnd does operation not attempt to rob the passengers, and until the first ofnot come Into It will not next month, few of tho Intter knew nny thing lie very but seriout matter, nnd ns It w 111 of tho situation until nil was over. go I 'pit altogether when our rebnto h How inn-money wns secured can not w nt tho to ascertained, but tho amount proba- reas, us cease itnotilltrouble end of this reason, it need us much. bly did not exceed f.1,000, ns the train dlfliciilty In the shape It has asThe Is made up at llurton, twenty miles Is happily west of here. Tho robbery was com- sumed nnd to ill not going to lead to reprisal feeling." mitted by four farmers living in tho Tim World (conservative) says: "Tlio vicinity of Douglas, Duller county, and, president of tho United Suites has, nt It seems, it as expected. the order of congress, closed the Sault Sheriff Nlpp, of Cowley county, was Informed that such a selicmc una W. Marin canal to Canadian vessels. on foot by a fifth inemlicr of the Our ships must pay n toll of twenty ton. We tho gang early In tho week, nnd while ho rents nwo have tonccept It we w penalty. 111. Wo Wlillo pay C' uld not discovered exactly ttlicn tl3 nccept robbery wns to tnlce plnce, ho had a warmestthis hostile legislation as tlio tribute our neighbor rivals posso In uniting, nnd, ns soon ns he got can lay us. It is their testimony that winil of the hold-up- , he bounced on tin Canada is a nation on this American outlaws. Tho robber nro new nt hold, continent It is the beginning of our ing up trains, but tlit-- did their work history of a great jieoplc. Thnnk like professionals, nnd the only mistake Ood live can Canada without they Hindu was in capturing tho wrong the United States. Thank God, wo train. have proved that more thanonco and can prove it again. Thnnk God, national CaniU Oitt a D)it of Rc Aug. S3. President honor is a term still to bo found in tho Canadian dictionary. This ennnl quesa proclamaHarrison Sittirday tion suspending free passage throujh tion will settle itself in time ns other tho St. Mary's Falls canal, so far tt questions ham U'en settled, but ono lasting effect of It will be. that. It played Canada is concerned. Oituva, Aug. 23. Tho Intelligence its share in teaching the Canadians that that I'rtuditcuuUnrrlson bad issued his' Uiey vould livo without tho United against Canada created1 stntcv That lesson learned nnd we nr no little incitement here. None of the the equals of any nation on the Amcr-.ca- n mlni-te- rs hero tire disposed to express continent'' any decided opinlou nt present ns to what nctioit lanad t will tnkc now that STRICKEN JAPAN. tho American "SiVi" canal is to all intents nud purposes closed to Canadian Tvpliiinn, I.uil. Dili hihI i:nrlliiioikr riuys vessels, owing to prohibitory iluties. llnvor. Prvsiilent Harrison's itctiou was totally Stv FiiA.xc'isco, Aug. 23. Tho Orienunexiceted. .lodging from tho under-curre- tal steamer Gaello brings details of of feeling displayed In olllclal enormous loss of life by a typhoon, circles the Canadian government will landslide und earthquake in Japan. not likely yield. The typhoon raged three days at and tho town was Hooded. A Mystuy Cleared Up. One hundred nnd fifty people were F.VAS.SVIM.K. Ind., Aug. 2.'. In 1SG9 2,000 houses wcro swept away, lienj. Huffi', it prominent citizen, pro- drowned, ns many prietor of a wharf Ui.it here. It wnslio-lleie- d. and ten times is feeding submerged. Tho government 2.,000 sufferers. fell Into tho river nnd drowned, In Akaogiim 300 people were drowned for the icinains could not bo found, nnd dwellings swept nwny. Landtho family believed they wero nt tho and 3,000 n mountain side in bottom of tho river, llubbs carried a slips on river nnd converted Otoiuuru it valley ten thousand dollar Insurance policy, filled n into n huge lake. No details have been which was compromised with tho combut the people had no warnpany for five thousand dollars. A let- receited, many lives must hate been ter wns received hero from California ing, and Sunday, saying that llubbs dh:d a few lost Tokushlmn a grent fissure openNear days ngulu S.in Francisco. ed in tho earth, at the base of the Hogl mountains, nnd swallowed 100 houses A Orocer Shot and Xlllel, cast-bounWill-FurgVclls-Fnr,'lm-pv 2(i, 1892. VOL. II. NO. 'M. U'ICT LAI50II. Coal and Iron Co.'a ETC, ETC CALL AHD SEE US. KEXTUCKY STATE NEWS; I.Cl.latlt. I'rore.tllnc. nufi-tronS Aus. 1&. The senate vetoes than the housn, Ihe corjioratlon bill, frologtcnt survey bill, ami the (locbel Turnpike hill bein g Ihe unlucky one The toriioration bill U net In Importance la the revenue bill, and the prtrclpal reason tor the veto was Iho same as the revenue bill, 'viz, the manner of Its psuace. To morrow la ths nay flied for sojournment, sml, slthoui-- h an at. Impt will be made to rescind tho resolution fixing th! day, II will most certainly fall, be. cause Ihe senate has no quorum, and the houM Is nearly In the same nx. Hocsa-Qo- v. Drown sen! t- -i Ihe house mev sages vetoclni; the corporation and the revenue bills, claiming that tho mandatory provision of tho latter bill had not been obeyed, and thai certain sections of Ihe set were unconstitutional. A number of are oulapokea In fa ror of sustaining the veto, but other say that the only aerloua ihlnir mentioned by iho governor' I the voto by which the bill paised the hooe and enate alter the conference com- miitro naa reporira, ana that the governor la precluded from an objeatloa of this kind for Unreason that he haa already ataraeO btll that . HOnaiWltrit-- M of Wik'-UtmHSr.'mi'ilUtuM read and 'soma enrolled bills compared, iha bouse adjourned till tho afternoon. The mca-aat- ;e was made a special order for morning. Mr Stephenson offered a resolution providing for reassembling September !, but II was loet for want of a quorum. FlUKKroitT, Aug. Id SzMiTE The senate met at 10.30 with a full quorum. The housa resolution was reported, but It was evident f rtm the beginning that It had no chance. Senators flocbcl and Mulligan demanded the reading of the Journal, which embodied the vetoed and voluminous corporation bllL This was dona purely to secure delay, and sufficed to put eft a vole on the resolution and run over the hour tlicd for adjournment. In vain senators pleaded with their olstlnate brethren U proceed to business. Gocbcl and Mllllfan were angry with the fovcrnor for his veto, and nothing would appeaae them. Motions of a variety failed for want of a quorum voting, and the monotonous ' reading, enlivened at times by other tactics, consumed the time until noon, and thn senate wis adjourned for three months. lloisz When Ihe house met this mornln-- " to consider the special erder, the governor's veto, tho Sleienson rcsoluilon to convene again on September 11 was called up, and was finally adopted by a voto of 7 to 4. The governor's veto then came up, and the previous question was onlcrcdsnd on the roll call there were 32 rotes In favor of sustaining the veto and I against It, no quorum voting. As more thaa tcnty members, mostly republicans and Alliance men, refused to vote, the vetoed revenuo revenue bill was hung up Tht house ordered the resolution to reconvene Immediately reported to the senate, and amused Itself with good by speeches until 1J o'clock, when tho speaker's gavel descended and the bouse of representatives adjourned until the middle ol November. tndntarj-crdoso- ' h. IIlizaiiii is un lea dealer In It rook Hers Not I'.iprrt An Tiik prlco uf yellow plno lumber lias Utn advanced. 1'AUI consimie dally four ton of the cultivated snail, A l'RTiiiriKti woman U on exhibition In Hutchison, Kmu A "(Kii.ii hock" wai found In a bag of coffee nt lllnkory, (la. Clin n liranily innilt' In 1820 Is owned by it West art ford, Cl., nmn. Tiik town of Cumberland, II. I., bonst of a meriting linusn built In 1710. A wo it a of Lyons, Neb., linn it noao four ana Inches long. (Iiikat llmr.ux hns 310 Inlinbltnutn to tlie sqtinrn tulle, tho United States It). A ctit.v cot.l.ic-Tont Houth Ilcnd., lud., hits n German coin minted In 1527. Eil'lii: trains In Htissta rarely trnvel miles an hour. faster limn twenty-twIn South American countries baked bananaa nra an excellent aubstltuto for 1 1 llirec-iiiinrto Oov. Buchanan Ask For nnd Receive! National Aid. la Bympntliy, With tho Btrlklna Bwltchmon.'Will Go Out il l M C'dbI rrrk-SfnJiirtr- r,tn IfcXllr.n Mln 11 lira llr.l.tunce Is Oflfrrfrt. rs v Kami viu.K, Tenn., Aug. 22. The war Is tho hero of over, and Uen.'Carncs enp-ture- GcN. CARNES further Trnnhla 'Counsel Talk. Tlniinniiil. of lliinml. nf .iniminttlnn Krnt An lniinrtinl ill nt llnml 1 lin lirks- In llliu-ll- ie ItniiKlllr Iron Cinsi7 I i, vhiiii ioiiI tVritrm Mnr lltr I i lis luiilriirt lrn.p-1- l. Wl.lrli Wliniim tlurli-Ni- or IIIIIUl:up,tsu4t011m H,u or .Nrr h llio 31 in. fixtures rub them tilth slices of lemon, then wash In hot To CLEAN meat bra 1 witter. "(lit.T Kixin Hiiicka" Is tho name of a ' social club recently orgunized nt Otta' mo, Kits. A i:w variety of ham In the eastern market la noted ns "cut from only milk-fe- d pigs." nvr.-cr.X- nickel of worth piece of lhTS and a nickel about 15 renin. Cait. SriiriiACiirii, of Fullrrton, 111., claims to have a cornstalk which Is IS feet 9 Incites hl);li. A N.w Jmiskv man give nsacure for hay fcter tho smoking of plno needle with tobacea OMMUI.r the Misviuri delegation In congress were it torn I from their seat during the session. Or 200,000 women working nt 100 different trades In .New York city 117,000 support their husbands . A Mt.HA l. won by Do Soto, tho dlsoov-rre- r of the Mississippi river, will lie exhibited nt the World's fulr. Tun Hnndnnl yard of America U said to Ui of an Inch longer than the English standard Tumi: are 37,000 women telegraph crator In tho United States, and the number Is constantly grow Ing. Castoii oil linn not fulled In any case to reniOTO warts to which It ttnanp-pllei- l once a day for two to six weeks. 1'uit.ir Siir.ntiAX. a dry poods denier of (Irand Itnptds, Mich., who opjmMil rnrly closing, has been Uiyeottcd out of A 1S77 Is 11 llve-cc'- business. "Hittirt. of thcflgtireof lol'n wife In Mill" will apjiear in tho Kansas exhibit to llliiMrulu the salt Industry of the state. 'fur. corn crop In Kansas this year will l the largest In the history of tho tale, mid Is expected to reach 130,000,-00- 0 A bushels. .World' fair. with 1,00 mourn Is to lc erected In Chicago to accommodate iiirmWni of lalsir unions during tho A HOT) I. Aixr.N Mnioy itlion.M.MI, of Huntington, W. Vn., Is sixty years old, hns lieen married six times and has sixty-se- t en children. Dltt.HKlt, tho Vienna brewer. Is rv pulul to 1h) worth over HO.OOU.OOO, to which tho profits of his breweries ttdd 12,000.000 n year. A hi nuMi. man in Vienna asserts that diphtheria is thrice as pretulrul among smokers as those who deny themselves the luxury of the weed. Tin: guests nt n Springfield hotel recently presented ono of tho waitresses w 1th n pnlr of roller skates In tho Iiok's of Wing waited on more rnpldly. It Is the proper, fashionable, and, the healthful thing, to eat ginger with This on tho authority of a lending gastronomic journal. s, dashing, but Irregttlar and uneven style, ns different as you can Imagine from the plain, precise, unassuming Quaker that he Is. Sour: of the largest corporations ntul tiUhiuess houses In Chicago who employ young men in tioxltlotis of trust, have Issued orders making betting on races causo for dismissal. Iti:v. Dlt t)Ki(Mtli, of Cohnssot, Mass., Jii.miv, of YWillllnghum, Vt, nllhoiign only It years old. Is said to Ihj six feet ten Inches In height and to weigh 200 iHiunds. llo is still growing. An economical old woman at Atchison has brought up n family of spring chickens on tho bugs collected from tho mnchlnery nt the electric light station every morning. JoilX tl. Will mill wiltesln n bold, Mriio.N tho meeting. It Is that tho M7 men of tho Firemen's, brotherhood nro unanimous In favor of declaring a strike on the Frle, I.nke Shore, West Shore nnd Central ronds. Many of tho members urged that tho local lodges order the strike Immediately. They were held back by tho more cousertntlvo men, nnd tho matter was roferrtd by telegraph to Grand Master Sargent nt Terro Haute. miners of Coal Creek havo nn Tho strike will bo tyinpatlicttc, nnd surrcndcrel to him, nnd ( apt Anderson will ! delivered at t o'. :. i, no bill of grievances will bo presented. However, tho firemen will insist that tiiHirgc IrL.h, n leader among the miners ut Coal Creek, Is In the t itj If the switchmen arc given the He Is supposed to havo led tho ntt.uk system It shall apply to them nlso. on the llrleevlllo stockades a yenr ..go, Otherwise, It would bo dlrecfdlscrimi-natio- n against thelrorganlratiou. He says ho iidilscd the miners nn tin ir It wns expected that .Mr. Sargent friends to let the convicts nt Conl i reek atone. A meeting of n secret commit- would lenvo Terro Haute early Saturtee was held and lie wits given tw. aty. day morning, nnd arrive hero late at four hours to leave tho country lie night He may order tho strike by It will require nbout thrco says he w 111 never return to Coal t r( m. The Kuowlllo Iron Ci. has tl.r inn hours for tho firemen to strlko nftor re ceiving tho order from tho grand mas up the leuso of tlio convicts, nnd ' the wnnlcn to turn them 'i-- ter. It will not i)3 confined to the tie ynrds, but will extend to nil men run to tho tnxips. If this Is done it tamo ending to tho crusade fci law ning out of HulTalo. lu previous strikes ordered by (irand Master Sargent tho and order. A mass meeting nf cltlrrns to pr..tr.t llremen have uband'jncd their en,'Incs agnlnst tho humiliation of taw Is iiiul wheroter they chanced to Ihj nt tho for. Tho Ksse orgnulred hero nm' snt hour specillctl It would probably bo ( wi In this Instance. out Friday morning Includes son Atiout 390 men will be ordered out If the liest men in town. Kdft'r 1 oi n. the strlko occurs. I.ehigh lodge has of the Tribune, nnd (ieu. W illlan , arenmong t in, fifty members. West Shore lodgo about candidate for riincn-sMnj Carnnler nnd Col. Wio!f,.r in. tho same number, nud Krio lodge NO vestetl Ft Anderson without fun? a memliers. Tho firein-- n on tho I.ako Shore nnd Central hcloir; to ono lodge. shot (Jen. Cnrnes now ocrupli Tho brotherhoinl has 2.700 memU'is Creelt The miners ere tetrrntlng tidl a In tho Untied Statin nud Cnnnihu A smnll amount of firing by the reur sll iking fund of f.i,O00 hns licon nceu guanls. Theso facts nrodrfluite. M ire mulnted slneo the Chicago, llurlington l troops nud tolunUers havo it nud Qnlitey strike four years ngo. Tho l men sny it is now or never with tho tntln and are now eu route In tho Intllle lietweeu s.vhtlers and causo of organised labor on nil . ' ? miners l'rlvatn Wntib.m, k( Tho only trunk line uninterruptedly rllles, of this city, niid tlirre miners, names unknown, wero killed. carrying freight westward Is the I.aeknwann-- t and Western. Ono Three miners nro known to hitvo tieen Wnlthnm, the dead soldier, of th western trunk Hues from this wounded. was a clerk In tJie Fast Teniiessee rail- city, the I.aite Shore, Is clogged, nud road otllco lu this city and ".is 22 tears thn (ir.uid Trunk, of Canada, is threatened with n strike. Tho Michigan of age. When (Jen. Cnrnes arrived nt Conl Central, tho other trunk feo ling westCretk with his regiment Friday morn- ward is involved, like tho I.ako Shore, ing, tli" telegraph olllre nnd. lit f net, in the fortune of tho Central, nnd success of Saturday's Iho entire village, surrendered without only '1 ho march was then taken of the road to move freight opMsllion. up In the direction of Camp Auderou, a freely Is to lo relied upon for eastward carrying of trnillc At exactly this mile dutant. On tho way ihe soldiers were nttneked point the tactical position of tho is brought strongly U light by n large IhmIv of miners, sslbly :tOO, This position of tho Lackawanna Is alsuil noon. The tiro was returned; nud eolisldrr.ihle shooting was dono ior just ns thoroughly appreciated by tho bIkiuI 10 iniiitites. Tho miners soul up ttriko leaders nt by any others, and tho Importance of what tho men upon that a ll.ig of truce and surrendered. line will eo.iclnde to do as to u sympaMORE LAND thetic stllko Is beyond cavil. of h, ten-hofclo-gnip- h. r Wasiiinoto!, Aug. 50. At (lor. !' rlinnan's telegrnplicd iriuest,Co0stanils of nrms and cy.ooo rounds of nminiini tlon were eent him firmi hero l'rlduy morning. This is tho quota to which TeniKsseols entitled from Iho general government under tho militia law of the United Htntes. At- 18:30 Friday nothing fttrtl cr hud lccn received fiom tho sent of wnrlu Tennessee, and no order had Wen received fioin tho president to illspntch national tnx rs to the aid of tho author' ities of that state. KNOXVU.I.K, Tcnti., Aug. IXCoid Creek Is virtually In tlu'linnd'.. s.iilf-tnrnuthfirltlr. Moru than 1,0'K) s ..n-nro quartered In town, shots nro hennl, but no regtilurin-gogemehas Urn fought. A cold, drenching rnln was fa', ng throughout east Tennessee Friday n ruing nnd Into nrrlvnls of troops nnd e nt Conl Creek ore In a very unpleasant condition. Few of them nrc tiipplleit with overcoats and a g.vat many have no blankets." (Jen. Anderson Is still n prisoner In tho hands of tho miners. HcpoMurnv refuses to mirrcndcr or treat with k.t raptors. Ho Is closely guarded. Hi ilwires Kuerlntifti'i t licit. Cnrnes lluger, of Fast Tennessee, that nil the - Htri'At.o, N. Y., Aug. 20, An Important crisis lu tho strlko has been reached. It can noivlmsald almost that tho lo"omotivo llicmcu on tho Lehigh, Hrle, I.alio hhoro nnd West Shore nnd Central railroads will go out between 0 o'clock Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Tho members of tho llrotht rhixid of Trainmen nnd Conductors on tho tilwvc ronds, nud possibly tho telegraphers, will follow tho firemen. This strike, should it occur, will ho tho outcome of n tccrct meeting of tho vo local lodges of 'firemen held cer-tnin- d The miners who were in the will bo tried About 4 circuit court at Clinton. o'clock Sunday morning tho Chickasaw guards, who were protecting tho battery, wero npprotichcd by (I body of men, presumably miners, whom thojr challenged, nnd falling to get any sponse. Ilred on them, when they In the darkness. It tvr.s too dark to determine lust wlio they wvre. but they wcro supposed to be a body of miners who had sneaked down from ttns mountains nud were attempting to split tho battery. Krssh rrisoners nro WRta brought ( every few minutes. Gr-rCnrnes In structed ins men to snow no q the hour. ft tNM.nl hyllis lllrerturs i,Hml. , of Mate omrrr He Lnit Konr Vr.r. rrwrnlrr IlieContlrt l,m. Of- - Aug. 23,-- Col, A. general counsel for the l nnd Iron Co., Is at the hotel. Ho said he was ; York to confer with Tho. Sent of tho company, re15 a Cob - eonvict labor troubles In it was on hi way to Itos- 'tmsiness. particular reason why I . J'latt on the subject of i prising," said Col, Col or tho Tennessee L y attendance, repotit resenting all tho lodges In tho city, ns well ns thn sevcrnl roads.. The Trainmen nud ConductmV brotherhood wcro represented by delegates. An Associated l'rcss correspondent learned of the result nt the conclusion A1 '.'SO 'mnrnTim men were In 11 them down like dogs, nnd lcavj"ihcm for the hogs to cat I'll see that their bodies are not moved. No law in Chris tendom wilt convict you for killing They these villains in would kill the last ono of you If they had a chance, and 1 want you to show no quarter it hen they resist" The situation Is unchanged, but tho trouble Is far from over. Some of the most despcretc miners, who havo not licon captured, have told some of their fi lends that they would have revenge. Their method of fighting is cowardly, and whenever they nro charged they nlwnys rctrcnt, although In practlcully Impregnable positions. The main dagger from them Is bushwhacking, In which piece of villainy they are very e. undertaking ' penitentiary enterprises which will entirely remove convict labor from the contract system, or expert whether it shnll endanger the reputaKellar Anderson Is In full possession tion of tho stato ns nu orderly nnd of his position. He is about mile from peaceable community and nllcnnte the from Gen. Cnrnes' force, but communivoters by looking cation is perfect The troop are grit-ty-, nbout for another company that Is willbut they nro physically exhausted. ing to pay thu state for tho labor of the BALLOON A company is certainly not In nny wny responsible for this disgraceful condition of uffnirs in the state. "A resolution passed by the board of directors, freely offering to surrender the convict lease, has been In the hands of the state ofllclals for over four years, ami tho company exacts no conditions in making the surrender. "The Tennessee Coal nnd Iron Co. will renew Its offer to surrender Its lease, nnd it will probably insist that Its offer be ncceptod, and the legislature will then have to determine whether It shall ngnln endanger the financial reputation of the state by matter,, and tint a. ,!' 12- - . ACCIDENT. the l'rinala ArroL.ul convicts. Ship-- It Stray inl bo.-tnl- tpi-ela- n. ctil-how- lo IMa-wan- -, A picnic was held Sunday evening nt Shooting park, nnd a balloon nscenslon, with n sensational parachute Icnp, was the principal feature of the day's entertainment Mrs. Prof. Watson Steele was tho assisted by Lew Morehcntt, both of whom have gained considerable notoriety in similar evcnU. The balloon was a hot-ai- r affair. Tho heat was generated by n bontlre, over which the huge canvass bag was held until Inflated. At 0.30 o'clock Mrs. Steele took her scat In the enr nnd tho word tins given to cut away tho guy ropes. In an Instant tho balloon floated gracefully upward. When tho air ship reached a height of 300 feet a frightful llamc bhot from insido Its folds. It had been ignited by a spark from tho Ixjnfire. Mrs Steele, the nsccnslon-Is- t did not sec her peril until she wns warned by f rlghtcncd exclamations from the crowd. Slio looked upward just ns half of tlio balloon was suddenly 1 in flame. It stoppt ! its tipwnrd course "Slid fell like n Hash toward the earth. Mrs. blcelo attempted to savo lill to lliu Karili. Coi.VMlil's, O., Aug. 22. Collip.nl ctrk Sets Tire to unit til. Air "One thing Is certain, that when the Tennessee Coal and Iron Co. once gives up its lease it will never aeain employ convict labor. One of the chief reasons which first Induced the company to take up the system was the grent chance which It seemed to present for overcoming strikes, tor somo yenrs after wc began the convict lnbor system ive found that wo were right in calculating that free laborers would bo loath to enter upon strikes when they saw that tho company was amply provided with convict labor, nnd as one who docs not npprovo of tho convict system, I don't mind saying that for many years the company found this nn effective club to lio held over tho heads of tho free laborers, llut the clamorings of the peopte for the past few years, combined with the recent disgraceful events, have disgusted the company with the wholo business, nnd we shall nil bo glad when wo are well out of It" Iim IIr..XMtv IlAronAVl", newspaper carrier, was drowned in the river nt Louisville. The Richmond Fair Co. cleared about 11,000 on their late meeting. Joux C. HuTl.Kn, while plowing on his farm near Point Pleasant, was bit- ten by a rattlesnake. Thomas You.no, who murdered his wife last March at Owcnsboro. for what he considered Indiscreet condtiu t with other men, hns been sentenced to ninety" nine years In the penitentiary. At Oak ford a democratic club has been organized. At Owcnsboro, Albert Parker, a young Negro, wns nrrcstcd for robbing SOLDIER An Upcoming RESTRICTIONS. In llnfTalo Which I. Aiig-rr.i- herself with the parachute, but w hcu she tried to cut the rope holding It to tho burning balloon, her efforts wcro Lack-nwniii- has to'en pastor of n church In that city for fifty ) ears. Ho wai called to tho rhuivli tiMin his graduation from the Harvard divinity Mhool. Within six months Savannah, On., d will hntt- - n system if water works by twelve nrteslan wells, each with n capacity of 1,000,000 gallons n day, undof perfect purity. Wntl.K n mini was digging n holo In thorellnrof his hnuso at New Haven, ho discovered a bag Cl., rvi'ently, containing scTornl largo pieces nf worth nbout Il,2.'i0. Tin; perforinnnca of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" at Conway Springs, Kan., tho other night wns slightly modlllcd by ono of tho bloodhounds, which slopped to nip n Ilea ns ho was In pursuit of "Kllttt." In a recent appropriation of nearly f.1,000,000 for nil Indian tiibo, attorneys, claim agents, etc., got 700,000. In nn appropriation of 1250,000 to pay another trllie, attorney, clnlm ugent-s- , etc., get M7.000. Tt.N-w- : IMlth llrlll, of Woil e wlch, Kng., has received tho Itoyal melety'a medal for saving ono of two little IwiyH who foil Into King William's dock. nup-pileAll-o- Cot.t'mil's.O , Aug. SO. Another peculiar discovery has Wen made by the ttuto cnuitl eommlssloii. It Is at the l.ewlstown reservoir, wherothteo tracts of land aro found to U unlaw fully In possession of private indltiduiils. Ono of these, occupied by a woman and valued at COO slipped away from tho stato oter thirty years ngo, Tho occupant states that long ago a mem- lior of tho slate board of public works told her husband to put up n house and occupy the laud. The other tracts re claimed nn) vnlued ut ts.0 nnd l,2.".0 respectively. There will be no contest over tho property, ns tho occupants nckuowlcdgo the state's title, and at onco made application for lenses. A two hundred aero tract of land In Fauldlng county was sold by tfie eommlssloii Frldny, tho price being (3,000 CALLED DACK. llttrnierril Itr Olilii. II. tsliip, (nl ( tiintiiUttii, t'rrlliiB Mm KlIrcM of llin Mrlkr. rnti.AiiKi.riiiA, Aug. 20. Tho sen "is effect a of tho railroad strikes at HulT.i'o in o felt lu this city among tho big receivers of Chicago dressed beef. s it tho wholesale, piieo direct jumped two cents per pound, with a very scanty supply at that It Is noiv altogether likely that for ut lenst n week n very serious shortngo will bo' wo pound. felt, nnd further ndvanc's In tho piieo Tiikv miumgu their criminal business tiro liltely to occur. Tho cars lo.i led In Home. It has taken with beef shipped from Chicago very carefully on and the utithorillci threo yenrs to complete boforo Monday lust, which should mv tho arrnngoments of tho trial of seven bo here, nro sldoUucltcU nV I'UtTalo utJ Meanwhile tho CM Ml 1)0 IllOYlr'.ti persons for forgery. !U?CCt8lm lCClu JalL Nu-tionroiin-qnenc- M 1'ANTKl'lt disclaims possession of nny of tho various microbes that hnvu Ihtii reported as undermining his system, llo ttns at a recent meeting of tho Academic, des soleuccN, apparently In the lcst of hcnltli. h'Atil'i:!. Mii.i.i:ii, nn uged nud legislator of Michigan, says In his bhigritphy which ho wmto for tho red tHHik that his "political flows liuvo lieen as tarlcd as tho good of tho country seemed to demand. " Tiikiik nro fifteen national banks In Now York city which hitvo deposits fl.O'J0,(0() each, tho largest nmoiint Ix'lng 1:13,000,000, in tho Turk. lHilanlbt announces A niHiiMiuiHHKii that ho has dlscotcred In tho l'hlllpiiluu Islands a plant which bears u (lower nearly u yard wldo which weighs twenty-t- Krnturkf iu Kttritnrill.mrjr fr.Oiin til Hie Ilriorn. I.rcMntur. drill ml lir Out. FiiASKFonr, Aug. ID. Oov. Itrottn Friday Issued a proclamation convening tho gcnentl nMcmbly lu extraordinary session August 23. There wns great surprise heio when it becamo Unottn that tho governor was preparing the proclamation calling for nn extra session just ten dnys after Its adjournment Tho governor has been In c with tho nu'iiibcrs of the revisory commission nnd other prontim nt laityers und judges slnco TucMlay, nnd has every reason to bcllevo that he has taken tho proper eourso, nud tho responsibility of so much unconstitutional legislation will bo put where It really belongs, on tho legislature, Murilrrrr Drum lltrrulril. Nkw Oiii.KA.sg, Aug. 20. elms. F.tnns, tho murderer of Sheriff W. II. Cook, of Nt. Tiimiuniiy parish, wits hung nt Cov lngton Friday In tho presence of 1, i00 people. Tho law In Louisiana litis for tho past few years required Iho hanging of all criminals to bo in prlt.ite, t. with not over fifteen witnesses Tho crowd nt Covington, mnn.v of whom had coma miles to witness tho hanging, becamo disappointed nnd disgusted when they found that , they went being shut off from the nnd, attacking the wall around llu jail, pulled it down and rushed on tho pro-culi.mw-iug- million men each. UNOIiP SAM'S STItENQTII. II. CimiIiI llsl.r mi Ariur uf llilrtrrn .Million Jl. 'ii. Wamiinotox, Aug. 20. An unnsually Interesting bulletin has Just been issued by the superintendent of tho census, exhibiting, among other things, tho sle nf tho mllitl.tblo population of tho United States that is the initio population of the ages IS to II Inclusive. Tho bulletin shows that there aro 13,230,108 males in the United Stutes lietweeu thoso nges nnd it follows, therefore, that if wo were driven toll, wo could put into tho field an nrmy of over 13,Ct)0,ooi) men, except, of course, tho shrinkage from disability nnd exemption. And then wo would hitvo 0,ft)0,-ou- o or moro men over the ngo of years, tonttendto tho business of tho country, while, this nrmy of 13,000,000 men should be lu tho Held. It Is Interesting to note always that tho Increase In tho number of milltinble men in tho United States in tho ten years fromlbSO tolMMls almost exactly three millions (S.tWS.WJ.) Thus it appears that simply tho lucieaso lu our mllltlitblo population In ten yenrs Is enough to mnku three grand armies of u unsuccessful. She finally succeeded in getting it loose and leaped from tho car. Just as sho made the leap for lifo the burning balloon collapsed and fell on top of the parachute, turning it. sidowise. Then balloon, woman nnd parachute fell In a tangled mass toward iho ground. In falling Mis. Steele struck tho roof of n b.trn with terrific force. She rolled off this structure nnd fell to tho earth. Children screamed, women fainted, nnd A reigned supreme. pandemonium physician .was haUily summoned, and found Mrs. Steele unconscious. She wns taken to her homo nt Front and Statu streets, whero n closer examination developed that her skull had been fractured by the fall. DUB LINDSAY'S Xcck fpsreil Tiiroiigli Solemn rromU.s Almii.t I.yiirhlni;. Coai. Cukkk, Tenn., Aug. 2i. A determination to Lynch tho notorious desperado and miner's sympathizer, Hub Lindsay, has been plainly manifest among tho citizens of this place. Sunday night about 10 o'clock a party of them through n slick plcco of strategy obtained possession of Lindsay nnd marched him down tho railroad toward llrleevlllo with the full determination to forever end his devilment. nilllthtblo strength U,0s0,llW Is 2,2t7,b0S Is foreign born. Of tho total mllitlablo strength of tho country ll,M)3,lol Is white, nnd l,4'.'O,20l is colored. Of the whlto native, Chief A Nn7 Iron Hall. l.MUA.VAi'oi.ls Ind., Aug. 20. Justice Somerby announces that ho will pi to Philadelphia and orgnnUo n new order of tho Iron Hall and will exclude from membership all tho Indlaniaua who rebelled against tho old order. Ont Hundred and Three. Ai.i.ia.nlk. 0, Aug. 20. A telegram was received hero announcing tho death Kmlly Forcbush. ono of tho of Mi-s- . pioneers of this section of tho state, ut the homo of her son, in ShelMiygau, Wis Tho deceased wns n woman of wonderful vitality, i.ho hating reached tho ngo of lO.'l.ii'.trton tho 0th of this month. Mho retail ed her senses and mental faculties to tho last $39,000 for a Nr.vt V. n. and 100 people. Humbling noises were heard for n day I Samples and wife, who havo a grocery stoio lu Upper Klk City, suburb U'fore the disaster. The noises still conof this city, were engaged In counting tinue, and tho people havo fled to tho . From Okiiyamit come reports of their money in the luck room of their itill-vstore, it hen n masked robber entered by terribly disastrous Moods. Over 5,000 submerged, nnd 100 perit back door nud made it grab for tho houses were money, ltoth Samples nnd Ids wlfo sons drowned grappled it 1th tho robber, Mrs.Samples A Proipicllve Canon'zttlon. tore tho mask from tho fellow's face, l'mi uin.riiiA, Aug. 23. A letter and lu order to get nwuy from tho husband ho shot him in the right side, from Archbishop liyun has been read in nil I'oninn Catholic churches requirdeath resulting almost Instantly. ing all Catholics possessing writings of tho late John N. Newman, formerly of Must De K'linvaJ From tho Pea. Nasiivii.i.i:, Tenn., Aug. 22. Tho Philadelphia, to deliver them to the state Uiard of prison Inspectors resolved church authorities to bo forwarded to that, in accordance with the contract Home, us a precedent to having the lato Tho bishop canonized ns a saint d with tho Tennessee Coal, Iron nnd of tho Kedeemer, of which ho Co., nil convicts In excess of four hundred, nud women nud hospital In- wusn member, hns for several years mates must bo removed from tho peni- been collecting evidence of his extraortentiary, In which there aro 1,070. The dinary sanctity. board ngrecs to furnish guards for the SittMnt Dowa at Homestead. safe keeping of tho convicts wherever IIomi'stkaii, Pa., Aug. 23. Homestead tho company may dcslro to locate Is daily becoming more deserted, many them. of the strikers securing ttorkelscwhero A Esllroid Elgin Explot'3. pending a settlement of the As Mnit'ltis, Tenn., Aug. 22. While en- a result the relief committee strike. their llnd freight gine 302 wns pushing it heavy work much easier. The soldiers hero train for tho Iron Mountain near the aro looking forward to tho 1st of Sepbridge, the Uillcr exploded, nnd tember, when they expect to lie re.Tames lllunderlleld was thrown lieved, lly that time they will hnvo Into tho nlr ono hundred feet and in- Wen in continuous service longer stantly killed. Fireman Kobert Prater nt any tlmo during tho history of than tho tins torn to a mass, and tho engine una guard, having been on the field sixty demolished und the track torn up. day. Ciiai:i.j:8to.n, W. Vru, Aug. 22.-- Thereat. UurrAto, Aug. 23. Just ns tho setting sun touched tho tops of tho tall elevators and men wero thick about the rum halls and blind alleys, a corporal and his men raided a group of grain shovelers, who had assembled nt tho corner of Michigan street "Curse the wholo of you," growled ono of their character, number, n ns ho retreated. "Is this n free addressing asked, ho country?" Press correspondent, an Associated who stood near. "I tell you," he continued, "It's on outrage, when men who have lived in this ward all their lives hnve got to bo driven about like dogs by those tin soldiers from llrooklyn, und be Jabbed In tho legs by their bayonets if you don't scamper off the minute they tell you; we won't stand it much longer." "The man went on excitedly: "We'll fix them one of these nights if they don't let up on their funny business. There nro thirteen hundred of us grain shovel-er- s and fifteen hundred longshoretho and enough more of men, to mako a boys In the luniber-yargood tha-- thousand strong men who hang around these corners. Wo aro a good crowd, loo, in a row, nnd most of us have done a little fighting in our day. Do you suppose we care for guns and bayonets? Not on your life. Every man of us" has a good revolver that will shoot flvo times to their guns' once, and we know how to use them, too. I guess if wo wero to start one or two of these elevators blading, and then give It to these soldiers, they would wish they wcro back in Ilrook'yn." l well-knowd e VtKtrmrnt .Much a bank. 1V, Walked, ajed 8, waaklckcdby.., . a horse nt Hopklnsville, nnd his skull crushed A C. fc O. rnr.loiiT train was derailed at Winchester by the tracks spreading. Four cars wcro wrecked. J. U Haw, prominent citizen of Whiteside, fell on the street as a result nf heart disease. Tiik switchmen of all the roads entering iouisville but two have risked for an increase of wages. It is thought tho points at issuo will be settled, however, without n strike. James IIa.mikii, a farmer nnd tobacco dealer living nbout fourteen miles west of Cadiz, lost his tobacco factory by tiro between 12 and 1 o'clock the other night The loss is nbout 1,200; insured for f400. The fire Is supposed to havo been the work of nn Incendiary. Eighteen-- out of thlrty-flvapplicants for teachers' certificates in Ohio county fulled to pass tho examination, s nnd only three secured certifio first-clas- .. cates. A factional fight in Lyons county between tho Paynes nnd resulted in tho death of two men. AltTHim Mourns, a boy, living nt Ensor, was thrown from a mule and had his jaw fractured in two Hines-Thle-man- s, I places. Itall-roa- Thirty Car Handlers Strike. nnd N. S3. Thirty car lllll, the nccouipllccs of llidwell in the handlers employed, Aug.tho Lehigh t res-tlon forgeries on the It, ink nf Ihigland " on tho water front stopped work years ngo, who havo been released on Monday, condition that they lenvo tho country, would notand told tho ynrdiuaster they resume started for Liverpool, and nro belli ted of tho switchmen until tho grievance wero settled. Tho to havo sailed on tho Allan steamer men were not dissatisfied with their I'eislaii for Monti cat. T.o.WMi.v, HUr-r.u.o Sielc R if use tn America. Aug. 2.'. McDonnell .- - kecno. Yniii, Aug, 20. -- 1'lerro l.orll'anl has purchased fiom Messrs. Ilrowu fc lingers tho threo-yen- r old colt. Lamplighter, the price paid being t2A,000. Kicked by a Hone. Hint. ... Tin Mttnohls Kit) War Eidel. Nex'i a Coal Miners' Strike, Tenn , Aug. 22.- PlTTSiifiuiii, Aug. 23. -- Tlio river coal of till tho railroads entering ojicmtflna nt a meeting Monday decided Memphis met hero aud reorganized tlio to reduce tho wages of their miners to An Memphis Passenger association. threo cunts per bushel. It Is expected Ironclad agreement was signed. Tins tho miners, who number 10,000, will puts un end to tho r.tto war. Ml , Kepre-sentntlv- - condition. strike. Splinter Throuth a Woman'e Eye, Ottawi, O., Aug. 23. A team belongforco has defeated tho Arabs on the ing to Mr. Kdlobrock, of daughAddle Sno Jer, tho rim ter of .los Mueller, prominent farmer Saiikoro'i riter near tho place it hoi o away. Tho corrlugo wus shattered. A residing near this city, wits playing HodUtcr expedition was massacred. I'm silver ontpieil Sir. KdlebriH-k'eve. about it horse's heels In her father's chiefs were killed nud 700 men were penetrating tho brain nnd killing her yuid Frldny evening when tho animal enpture'd by the trobps. Tho goternor Instantly. A llttlo glil In the buggy kicked her, striking her forehead with does not think tho uprising will spread sustained a broken arm. his foot, Inflicting a terrible gash that A Trafidy o'i wim's will result fatally. Qov. Boyit Decllnei a Renomlnation. Pilll..tlii:i.i'ill.t, Aug. 22. A collision OtlAIIA. Neb.. Am.'. 23: Gov. Itovd lietweeu Charles and Albert lEiesan, declines a S'.rlkj Over. Cxbmtn'. renomlnation. llo promises 1'AIiih, Aug, 20. The cabmen's strike brothers, while riding bicycles, has voto work hard for tho democratic party .Muny of tho mited ill tho death of Charles. Ilu.was tlits fall, Is practically broken and predicts success for tlio men returned to work several days iieo, 20 yems of ago, and was one of tho stato ticket if good men aio nomln-touteQuest wheelmen ill I'liilnilclnliui aud tlio rest returned Battmluy, IIoi'kimiim.k, Ky., Aug. 20. Llttlo Ton Chlifi Killed Iliil'rsi.i.8, Aug. 22. A Congo stato s llaltlinoro members of the Iron Hull ooiiiVincd Monday in nn application to place tlm order in the hands of a while sixteen others sued out to recover on certificates alduo and unpaid. The proleged to ceeding Is similar to that Instituted nt IniliiDiipolis, and wits taken for the pllrr, f protecting the interests of the JJiltlmoro members with 32 additions The Danville- Democrat says that tho JiMllccllrail. Aug. 23. New Oiii.kanh, ruts alHiiit that town nro equnlly as ef.Insure llermuuez., of tho supremo court fective as a Chinese wall for stilling enterprises of all kinds. of IxniMann, died at noon Monday. A mono tho recent appointments of A SllliMia tllnw rl Ip, Tli. Trace Coiigrea. Coi.utilil'F, Aug. 22. Saturday mornIIerxR, Aug. 23. Tho International cadets to West Point Is that of ('has A. Pitman, of Mt Sterling, tilth Clurenco ing, S. (i. Cuisoii's saloon, at Galloway, oeacc congress was opened ten miles west of hero, was blown up.. Jie.irlvnll iho European nations are It. Day, of lteuttytille, ns alternate. who lived near by, was lu tho congress. A number Carson, d IlAlirtonn Is troubled with a tiro awakened by tho report Ho found tho of imrican delegates aro ulso present. bug. post otllco has been A KouiiTll-ci.Asfloors blown up and front blown nut Mr-- , l'elvit Lock wood, nn American Everything Insido tint wrecked. Ap- delegate, spoko of tho progress tho pence established at Lost Fork, Whitley mndo In the United States. county, and John II. Stephens parently a cnrtrldgo had been placed idea postmaster. under the center of the iiior. Tho I.lKir tlarilcu's rUainlimllim rialiuiiril. building was owned by l.ung.t Sclincck, Hkv. Hiciiamii Deeuixo, of Louisville, Aug. 23. Miss t.L ItlVKH, Mass., wholesale liquor dealers here. It was und the oldest preacher lu tho Kenthe only saloon In town, und nn nttempt 1,1,'zieA Horden arrived hero from thu tucky conference of the Methodist jail Monday morning, to be to souiru local option recently failed, Tniiiite-south, diet? the other us old also the effort to incorporate the gucii a preliminary hearing on a charge Episcopal church, village. Carson lays lt bhiino to the of murdw In tho afternoon, but inter morning nt Chattanooga, itberoho had tuwpiul order people, Pauugo, 11,609 tlio caw ns adjourned, until Tburstl.tv, ffone on l vl.lt to, his tfrainiohlWrvn. o .r rvpro-vntes 1 Lindsay has been tho ferrorof the entire section of country for a long time. No. less than seven men nrc claimed to have met death nt his hands, nnd it can be readily seen why ho was nn object of such enmity. Tho party had not proceeded far when they halted In a ravine to put their plnns into execution. They gave Lindsay a ehanco to speak for himself. How well ho Improved tho opportunity wn shown by later developments. lie pleaded plteously to the crowd, and on making tho most solemn assurance that ho would forever forego his wicked ways, and would furthermore conduct the soldiers to and point out every miner Implicated In tho late troubles. Ills life was spared nnd ho was conducted back to camp on these condition. Ho will bo used a a means of identifying these outlaws, and vigorous measures will bo put on foot to bring them to justice. Wiiinc i Try In Hunt Can. IturfAI-o- , N.Y., Aug. 22. At military headquarters. Sunday, Cnpt Itoo reported tho discovery of an nttempt to set tiro to it train of freight cars at lllnck Hock. A sentry on duty saw a couplo of women climbing Into n freight enr standing on thu track. Hu at onco started In pursuit, mid seeing him approach, tho women hiiriiedly effected their escape. Out of curiosity the sentry climbed up nnd looked into tho car, where ho found a basket of shavings saturated with oil, to which u match had been nppllcd, but fortunately it had gono out before any damage hud been done. They were not caught THE AMERICAN STRIKES. Tli. Irimdon Iliilly Dally News, Loxdo.v, Aug. comment! iv.' on the American strikes, strongly denounces whnt It tonus tho "barb.n-ous.in- .lllnrr llr.lroj-.r- , 23. -- The ' Call. th. Strlkln- - treacherous" mcuioosoi the strikers especially the miners. 'It tays: "These men arc not entitled to the naino Strikers, in Its ordinary sense. Ther nre not eien insurgents, who re spect tlio ordinary laws of war. They nreiicstroycra of lifo and property. No wonder that public, feeling throughout Aincrlca Is aroused to a great degreo against these desperadoes; and, bearing the circumstances in mind, wc must make due allowance for the substanco oinl tone of Gov. Iluchanan's proclamation Wo do not dcslro to see tho but It will bo un evil day for democracy if such acts of brutality escjpe just punishment" lULTitioitK, At Dcanfbld, Steve Moore and Thomas Mnstln quarreled over u gamo Mooro's face was terribly of craps bitten by Mnstln. Asths result of bad feeling between Stroudo nnd Wllllnms, two farmers, of Dover, Williams was shot In tho back four times and killvd instantly. Some colored employes were sitting out In tho capitol yard, Frankfort, tho other night, when a large, lino 'possum, taklug them to be harmless members of the general assembly, came up to investigate and was captured. He is now in a barrel fattening and awaiting thu first frost Lkxisqton has nearly flvo miles of brick street A nuviiieii of horses have been stolen In tho vicinity of Hopklnsville, lately, tho latest victim being Peyton Had dock, a wealthy farmer, whoso horse was taken while ho was nt church at doing to Aug. I'lecr. S3. A number ol Concord. Tun body of an unknown man was found buried four feet under the sand In tho canal nt Louisville. Ni.ne men wcro moro or less done up In a light at a barbecue at Paducah. A girl was tho cause. Tack Jackso.v and Ed Murray, colored, engaged in a quarrel at Pleasant Uidgc, during which Jockson wus seriously shot by Murray's father. lluitOLAlis effected an entrance Into tho ticket ofllce of the E. L. and R S. depot at Mt Sterling, broke open tho cash drawer nnd secured tho contents, foS. Thero is no clew to the thieves, Ap lit Kit and Leo Summers got Into a fight nt a barbecue near Paducah and both men wero seriously Injured with kulfo wounds A riiOTr.ACTKn meeting nt Iteth. client church, near Winchester, conducted by Elders McGarvey nnd Spencer, closed ..-..- i . 4 ..; ...v"..-i- i . . .. , . ' -- ., ,. .'ifiSi . , . , :... .. .i. . . ' ,. . . WKW ' aaaKtv.!..m-mmmmmmi- iA. imm i .,. . ,.....' , Liti.-i-.- , , '.: ,. . ' i . xvs.. A - nf. . - j - II iii Mm I rsmiai isMr mmMmwmKfmsmfm. ; flWl I I - Sf!mastuL. '' - H:i.?tHidj1ei iaj vm wa ' IMP I WjW,H' UJ I '.'TT? lt n,t..i...jujjrr-TJ- '??'??"" y"' ' ES? r & eSs r. ll- a T ,f I w A 1 I t ' w Bm-$tMm- $&lnt ibsum On mm wU p p i. n arf V.2 ' hi -- S kg&Jkkm IB ffmikkmw nt Muua e- - -- 4fiJ5 - (W ii "JC K mi!ojMM c .k: w : W W fiftflfttf t? bo-S- HE- - I Come and pritfe my goods and you will will sell all Goods in my houscint Lower Prices than any advertised prices you will iind in this or any other paper. convinced. We have a full and complete stock of New Goods. In Cirpels, Oil Cloths and Rugs we have knocked the hotlom ou(. In 233E2.E3JSS GrOOPB, TrW 'sVIgfcJ N'ff.fcTH. "7rA.S3E2C !HC 3VCT. 3EjAJS:R.IO.i3, ytt. EU E33SC3a3El.OH3S3jE:S.IE3, rJ K uA f5 "Ha. Kj k. 3 "M" JM D ja. jae & XjACES, c?o..- - " . THE HICKMAN COUkUEll. TO S'iM. hickman, kv., pmday, AOOUST 20, 1802. CI lit: Hi Itvpitlilicnn SMiiii J mm for en . ''. Sti'own ami tin I'K- Nlitturo at War. rVo Joint DUt'iissiouN. , j rH JI r JUIIME. payers, and mi Interminable mud-diSjSrXSKaffiTa in the courts as to what is law, j iS?izmr'.-LJminvolving all our elections, rove-nuWe nrp ftiillioi is.I to annoutiiv HMl'KI. votor in each mill civ cry precinct II. CiiOSrlMXP, of (Irate contiijr, as Ristem, vc.. Sec. Tlio a eaaJiJitle fur Circuit Court JiiJuo in and county In this State. Tho Coventor thinks tho fl TX'PT A plan is: ini, llio I'lrit Judicial Pmtrlct. a 'VS V ? WU n W a tffc. SNJ has done nothing right, nml M of small siso will be Hooks . AV I3i jCaX3MJ d U J UlkJ 1".. i L. & Z&ttiiUM V? I 'iiniiiiiiirnH!i't Alloriiry. !! l Si faithful and knonn agents. that ita whole eight months' session has turned out nothing that f V arc afil tmrixpl In ntinouneo .Mr. M. T. Those hooks nro ruled for immos, &"r ESiirrii Ntoiie. .uiiiuirv:., wotiii, ajiiiinjr wnok m HIKLUOUIlXB. of Uarllale county, a' a post'Olllcp, party nfDIiation, nuro is vnlid; and n large uutiihor of S.M1 1 rnuciw. (Vuro, Mlmt enditliie for Ooiii'noutaltli Atluruev Tho Democrats of Fulton nid (Ainsliuajiioplo. Hi. Irftua''i, JIWS M. (Otll.ll.l. or doubtful, soldier first, votor or the mcuibero think tho Governor CIIK rtll7k.ll, Ire. t. le Ibe First Judicial Disiricl. it. c . Jun.i V?, Ciwkftr. l'uiw. Hickman counties nro misnlngnll IWrhn, nii.l o( tho it yl iJrnl Ci Uoatcr; I'ooplea' Party and Ida all wrong. tniumn!iKi JJawti. u.xl S.35 To tho nventgo citizen, tlio ensi-es- t tho fun of tho campaign skirnir.htlrr.v nioveiiin U 'y "ihih, jivb. past mid present pi pjutlipcs. The and safest way out of tho mud os. Stono has been on tho st imp ndroli fur 20) .nr, m.lmir. iwj, U ft anWe aro nntlioritfJ to nnnnitnco M I) llrst page of tha hoo'c i udorned rKirs. n2T l'r Si.r r, ii.n ...iin.,..n.n.. of i.., icu,x OhicuhINI i M of with the big spreadoapo trade dle would bo for tho Legislature, sinco ,!i;ah pW v),i Dtnth Mrilui JOHNSON n a c.iniliiUte for Mirilff OOWOILL'SSYS SALVE. lli o etnuinj; clrctlon Iwmr. At di Fullou ommlj, at jah iuojuiI tlw marl; of tlio Republican League, out of abundant caution, to meet gross, and from nil reports it so r Wi Nnrlgifi iml ItliriiMmium, anthirltdl lo annntinea Vf. A. and tlio second pago is given to mid pass all tho disputed bills by much improved as debater tint tmne.ita RWrwJ.ingUfl. i hi ut n a kiJilbit fr.. eiwoin , ri M1UCK n Mn1U.lo for Slirjff of the majority which tho Gororuor hia frienda are roenthuscd. Ie (., th lXvUmum. m COWGILL'S W3ASEL OIL. Fulton con a y ul the tnsumg election. instructions, ond contiuns among l vuut Mt- thinks needed to mako Uiem con- is provided with the jiroof, the '" rijht Kami. A other texts t ho following: Rlro tho , I'nr Uri-nl-l I'mirt rirrK. iu.,., nml tho reput "J,, ta l1(Mtt rialil l.tuul uUfh rirfi aiJ " Kor I'ils This course would facts, tho ft,,,-,"Ueuicniber that ailcnco is gold- stitutional. COWQILL'S PIL3 OIITIMSHT. W Bcttlo the matter quickly, and has it that lio literally wipes .he tho PreniiiVnU t J tho Uuitod SiaU. nho J. F ir iitlmr!icl lb fcnnonnce forMrCircuit en.'' fjollolts jour bu&iiioM. Wo ofSor the iuot( I.ihornl Aceriuint)dn1iotv HOYriTKIl ni cnmlMitfl tho chances that the courts earth with Keys, tho Third Part WuMVniatwi, "Jw ' anJ Kiacnorui, fur to oiii CtiMtuuicts Coiifiitteijl with KetabUehcd "Ho judicious in nil things,'' and imm). Court CUrk of Kulton UouutJ, at tbo finliiUliR hhn ao ,' Hiiiikmg Priuolpien. nominee mid that Keys' frlcmlR ti,i pnycwlun .limmhws thiuh cumilnj clectiou. OOWQHJi'8 TBTfZB OZHTHEHr. ' know forn ceitainty the man you would sustain tho InwH. But rancorous feelings exist to- seo and know it so plainly that d.r w Uwi tpiit Mn of tlu trust with the hook," &c. hy h s thej are already crjin, "Ke.9fs which isoiiu.t tlml oIimaIlikw.iorMit tigr Kor iVoriii, ,a of Levi Moiiton is ntill wonilffring nwr. Tho Of course- the idea is not otigi-ua- ward Governor Brown, and on hid part toward certain only a larmer,' mid of course uut thaw nsuw. Udnilmrf thit of l'roudoirf Cowjrill's Keasaat Wera Synip wliy lio vrna left off tlio ticket. but is about tlio fame as has lailALIZHIU R.T.TYMUI, J. W. POWliLL, H.U. KKKTAKD Ttirhaps lio lias forgotttiii about VJf- V!,M.L f" u" "!" T" Tl ii!5 xArsrACTio.v atfAR.isrf.un ox been practiced in all tlio doubtful leaders of tho Legislature. This prepared to ilolmtc with an old A. A. I'Ak'IB, W. A SHUCK, J. W.'CUNVGILL. the saloon bimliices. THK XOXKY RKFVXUMIK iN of Wauhhictuu the States by both political parties feeling has been growing mid in- , politician Hire Mono. rWir vt lat, aiwl all uijiiJo antU tho Binco tho day tho Gov-wlio are a Sosin Ucpullicai8 for Stt by th Froprittor, when close organization was tlio creasing UMjK;r of The X"'Ir.'t CJllllM. little moro conficicntious tlmn order. IJnt it ernor was inaugurated, and ik trio in llui giti(r. is interesting to otliura dislil;n verv mticli to snnl- COWGILL & COWGILL, '.Rw ij'iarUir had some of its origin pend The first gmtn in tho Prcslden-lia- l jociu) u rujif.iVyl.Mifut, tlie luvlf Iwuri low tbo Inlrjuitons Force bill, but know why tlio Stntc Democratic iru Kruik lv m ing his candidacy boforo tho peo hop nnil skip as they will thry Committee is alerpin? The Detn IMIXUM.VCI MI'M. campaign will bo from Maino, hy a yoiith, ruid tJu tlir- juArloro r n K!tKTUCT rainiot (IoiIl'o tlio issue. It ih the ocrats of Kentucky were uover ple, and has rcsuliod in well do- - Vermont and Arkansas, which dim, Tim B.Mtit Olmrcli, JVmUi. una HlCXUAX, : Forco JJill ag.iiust a frco ballot less orgnuized, nnil never needed lined Iirown and miUDrowu fac elections occur In September. tforeA &W,0O) fi the tXick, tho iiri vl MiUiiL is SaUKX! anil hanont fjovcrmueirt. close organization more than now. tious. Sonic of tlioso opposed to The first two nro admitted to la The Madison villo 11 untler oab It in tho voto of tho ngrinnltnr-n- What oiiis Mr. Fd. Walker and Brown mako griovons charges, hopelessly Republican, and the cliiRg, upon whom tho burdens namelj: that he was nominated by only interest attaching to jf the Kentucky auhools: "KenMr. Henry Unruott, our representk wist its the reof tho taritf rest most' heavily, tho Louisville it Nashville hi n sult will bo aa to whothcr the Re- tucky is now doing her piirt in the njo jpe- too rufit all that uiaintaino the protective sys- atives on the State Committee! ( trouble l liw (roJi. corporation, mid that ho now publican majorities nro larger 01 way of educating her children, tem. Tho farmer la defied mid nJ at ibe Mraer of Trnj WAT"'M u vetoes tho Bovonue and Taxation smaller than former .Session, A:tg. lifi. rolibrd, yet ho votes to continuo jenrs. The 'Tho per capita has boon grailiuilly d4 M!Cw Aihh. Kl IlloLMirq i'j bill and tho Corporation bill in tho In forco the srstem which piles tip jenr after year until increased millions for tho manuGov. Brown has isaueu'Sro. interest of that great corporiHion. result in Arknutias will cutn moro lacroaeing i'JDO per child. With important figure, hecauso the State no r itfs every i ear. facturers Imnation convening tho l.egis'a-- j Further, they charge that tho elections nil! test the ability of tli- - few needed mid important .MBDICAI. PAINTS, Tim, Ifcptililicaii manrigers nro turo in extra session on Aug.2J,. Republican lendorfi. in 1870. ore thn regular straight Democrats to unauges mado nud suggested in Blacksmilh and Undertaker tl.e school law, we shall have a repented to havo becomo nlnrmed denning tho work or tho oxtr.i rts- ed Brown to favor tho sealing of hold-thOILS, State safe for Cleveland system that will afford ihomonthi KKNTUCKY. HICKMAN, u, no COIlSlUerailOn 01 WlO Ilnvos l0 60n I.r ll.o ,.n.,.li. in November. The Third Party fr o tuition to ocry boy nnd girl )o(- liill llnfe' niiflllliinil ill fltn r.nliilinicvii ' bills Revenue - v.. ...... ..(,", lMlKSCUUTIONS A SPKCIALTY. " " nndTjxation.Our- lion of niownff Mm fui pay n8 imd it is thottcht tlidt in his letter pora is, petliaps, ns strong in Arkansas in tho State. Tho progress inude "llVK UK A TRIAL wlirn hm warn lions. Eloctiona, tho World's member of Contrrcss. &c: and. during tho past ten years is wonof accoptnnco Mr. Hnrrison will uu ;lnikitnitblnK ilon, or us in any Southern State, nnd if t i attempt to modify the position iMiir, vieuiuKiciii survey, iiuuinai further, that ho subordinates tho the Democrats are defeated it will derful, and speaks wctll for tho.se Woo. o. Hi.r'.silioeiiiJ a JfTrt.il krrp a full lint of who have Inhered so f.dthfully for of tho party on this infamous Fiscal CourtH ar.d public interests to the annoint. 5vm 6 JrrmrHH&?yt Rr tho of the euiHU of m cua a re. Qoods, Attorneys, &o. Tho Legislature! ment of his personal fuvoritcs to bo significant of Clevolaud'H Undertaker'sfolM Illnch Walin sovcrn! other Southern otlucatloii in tho State of Comtann, ItowwimJ, an I A KtfrunucAH convention in enn cousider no other subjects office, &c. , nut Coffin ai Ca, wliieli au UStntos. Hence the great lutorc-E- t Jefferson county, Ga., composed than tho ones named by the Gov The COUKIKR prints theso charg-oh- , in Arkansas. up on itiorl nlii, noJ at nHinWf Kfii a SfUu JlJ SlarV f Ikf ittj ki laalri largcb' of negroes, indorsed Gov. ernor. Tho locul option act, recently price. lle lue a cult not because it countenances of .11 kirn). t il&Y- - Hlni near the Jail. Northen unit other Domocratlc pni.-icby both IIousos of thu Tho Governor considers tbo leg- their truth, but to show the run. I maj'JVi-v Klutro. nominees as friends of tlio color-e. .. Lt'f'aturo, requires that --'1 per HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &c. feelings thni exist upon men, and charged the Republi- isintiou on thcao subjects stitullonal, nud, therefore, invalid,; tho part of some leaders toward The Democrats novor had bright- cent, of tho legal voters In each rjickman can leaders with attempting to " garble Works, wlileti art flrJ n oyK IT.ICn, nt ttil (to them into tho hands of the which necessitates tho extra se6- Gov. Brown. er or hotter prospects for carry- district or tho territory to ho affected shall sign n potition for mi People's party. 11 1 CK MAX, vtrr lonul (lit ratrid Jiiilln A') Bion. It the Govornor is right, On tho snrfaco it appears to tin ing Massachusetts, New II.tm) election on thu question befnro All K0)1 ftiarnnUcd It l t If Cleveland is dofealed this anil current of pnblio opinion that tho Governor Is light in his shtro, Rhode Island, Indiana, Illi- tho county Judgo shall order it to r 15. C. year it will ho by tho breaking up thinks that ho is, then unqueetlcu-- l vetoes, and that nois, Iowa, Wisconsin nud Michi- lio held, nnd not thou until tho these personal oit.i.a up of the solid South. Tho North- ably ho Is right in convening tlio (.Igiiers havo put up nulllnleut ! charges have no pluco in their gan than now nil of which, M.Atini.r ern Stntes of New York, New Jer- Legislature. Tho except Indiana, have beau money to pay for printing nnd ad- Itaiia.n am Amkuicax UBAVK bills named , consideration. But, view it as we TOM1I AND MOHUMHNTS. sey, Connecticut, Indiana, Wisvertising, in addition to the clerk's STON'ESI. consin and part of Michigan are celved the required cou8titutior.al may, the leaders who aro in oppo- - counted assure Republican States. fees. Thu provisions of tho iel A aloek, sure to voto for him, and there i iiiiijuriij in auiiiooiHgoor paBsago.t sition to tlio Governor, aiouien of But whilst tills la bright and en shall not apply to manufacturers HAVINU In Ilalian alint lot of Anrr- - & A fP "y Il Mart Ir.Uu pre.' ( J ii splendid fighting chance in or wholesalers, who sell U3 much pirtrlioflll alUrJcm Call auJ oxaoiiui no; on nnai passage, tint reputed nbilitv and of couraging, it is also plainly to be nut ciki TV ' fr hih stand- - seen ' Massachusetts nud Iowa. ns five galloui; nt n tinio, or to ra that ithis tho Gorernor holds fnvali. r.. in um nft,ltlI,ii. r (iinip .....w.. " " Orler from Ibe ecntilry rtomptl .." druggists, union specially stated TlIG Third Partvin Alabama are dates the nholo of thorn. . Tho Republicans, never sluoo in IIIII4 illVI. IUOIilUll thn petition; hut when so stated tiled I.I J, nn.l tlintn ..n.l.Sn llllllI Ulllll- n pretty sot of fellows. After ho- Into to Tho Legislature can easily All ions nre entitled to rcsnoct. (Join- tho du j, s of rccoiistitictiou and the druggists will bo licensed to defeated, they now raise a oiir thta ii..r...t mwi i .. ' - .mun luiriiuua, Inowever, says mat military control, had such it real sell only on prescription, which ' rumpus and will appeal to Presi-- t . .. . "J? to " ""'i' fiC0 lll","l Oover' they should provo their personal hopo of carrying North Carolina, tlie doctors shall not give needany dent Harrison to give thorn a of by r eoa it, and will bo nontca churgca or publicly withdriwthom-S,AM?i?'lWnS- i South Carolina, West Virginia, person not absolutely in publican form of Government. it its a mediciiio under u penalty tl.o.o bill. o their ailll jU8lice and fairness to the Alubama, Florida, Tennessee, and of .'0 for each case. no":",I.",,' ,ief?l!,?tl1. 1801, ' : scvotnl other Southern States """ ,,u tho full " itsWA..a ....i v" ""trci'umr imBsnco.niHi seeiiifti i nev. tlHiit.HO 41111 says that power, ho will give thoin to i WOW THY THIS. benefit of the Forco bill, and they cacu, lecctve tno constiitiiioii.il t.u votoes 'should bo considered heretofore counted us certain for ts Sonarato and nnart from iTersniml tho Deuioctnts. majority But tho probability in will get ououglt or it, too. he or It will pmt jrim nntiilnx an t nil euro') Of course politicians on either tin mi irooi), i( you have ft ('ougli, t uM, or huh tney win not nil sec It mat dlfferencee. Triri Presldont line Issued a t or I.uni; wllb Thrott, side nil such (slk, but ativ iroMlile Nrw DiieoTorr for CorHurap. ., . I)i Klnc's pioclamation liupoblng n toll of way, and Hint they will wrangle, n twenty cents n ton on fi eight for and wrangle from Aug. '25 to Nov. .Vliy Ho Many Xlu.yniiefH? danger is in tho nir, and both lii o, (loucln ant Colilt la KUaranlen) lo brk. (hi relief, or money will ie Canadian ports passing through ii, nnil through tho winter, sessidqs may bo snrprisod ! HniVreri from lu llrippo fouml II Junl llui iuiv:iv McKiiiloy, the utithor of tho tho Sault Ste. .Mary canal, in mid the Lord knowa.What! sion, iSlnw nn. llnilur iltf n.A li.l n ain..ltf mill for Ciumdhvn cllscrimiim-tio7nw Yoi:ic Germans, with Carl perfti t'cwvery. Trr a .npu Uui ai Lowisvillo and Memphis, present Republican tariff, in bin ngaliiat American vessels Rclllir', cxpen'e and learn for yonrnolf Jiut ,5 WITH Our Xegroei SClcIfJttg. Bpeeches now being dolivored, supportat their head, uro going to our f""51' " ,Ilia 'l , Tr,,,, hn'tle-- freo ,,0w passing through the Wclland caGrover Cleveland. sara ho points with pride to the at U. A. lloieomtiii W;u j Wore, urge ett nal. The pioclnmattoii Is to go Pullman BafTot Stooping Cars London papers hi comment ng iOo. nml Vltt). Tim nvcrngo colored voter In piospcioua condition of this couninto efloct September 1, and when-tne- r Ml)M AND TO on tho labor disturbance; In this Vr. ?j Canadii abnlislica tho rebates Kentucky ia willing to toto tho try, to tlio new iudiistricH recently country, nttrihuto them, in purl to 3'OH Tils: UMIVXIGTI. i.,iii xvl If,. ,:(,.,,) pi, h. I In ton tho lolls will be discontinued. Republican ticket, and to take it started, and to tho best paid labor tho Republican policy of protoe VNiltnlxirir. "ii,i Xnic d solid, but ho is not In the world, ns tho work of the tion and partly to thu greed of ?33 St, Ln'u MKc JuiGi:Tui:NKV,inncceptingthoJHtrni8,,t MKIIl'llIh, vln Doiuocnulo uoiutuatloii for Gov- - willing for tho whlto Republican Ropublicmi tariff law. This sounds l n t ti ft it r i n ill bo tuallcJ eaili Tuemhy an J t'ruliy, oi jeuiicsBco, huhi: "jiaue ' iiosEos lo trade linn oft" to tho liko moukorj'. If tho country's AND PlMJBlDKNT ITAKIMSON Will take frcim now undl NoTeinbor iOlli, 1SU2, for THE QUICK DESIRABLE UU no war on Ilcmoemta, but appenl; Third party, ,,0 THIRTY-FIVWn3 plann ed nud prosperity liao been so increased it swing mound tho Northwest CENTS. TO AND FIIOM ONLY to them; present tho cams of . This is thought to bo nocessary to It is a Uicii paper, ami will New York, rblLulelpbln, llillimore, Wml, '" publican since tlio pu8ngo of that law In hold those cruil Democracy. The Alliance, oo lolll' ai,t'"'-States In line. Henia ia imliipcmialile during She InKlii", Norfolk, Old l'elnt Comfeti. ii h it wiii the ttirinerb' organl.n-tlnu- , convention of this District nt Pu- - 1890, and labor is go contented, mill is in tho toila mid the lines An ex Ira copy will be icut free to Novum-'ie- r Telnu ,, To- ltichinond, Hullalu, as oiiginally Intended, diicah lust woek. Tho trado wna why nro so many bayonets in tho nre drawing taut. 30ili. 10 tlie render of och club nf loilo. Chicif-o- , lndlanapciie , .. ....'. cwuiii .i.i.". i.... iiehigning mr tlio Republicans to voto nuo iiiiui;; uui i..i Ciucliiiiall, I.ouiintlle ite, fill) $1 '0. rtJiiu lor a paonan oi the field in Now York, Pennsylvania, Il' tlio government can buy rample enpira nml ralo a iiviiuiuiiuo iiiio auuuuiMK.-i- i in Third paity ticket for Congress, Tennosseo mid Idaho, and elso. tho railroads, tho steamboats up Till! IlKI'OULIO.Ki. Louis,ulub Aftdrets i:imli'rn .mil I'olnli. M( and making It a political orgutii.atlcii. AMD They bhould ho shown tho error nml in return tho Third Partyltca whoroT The public know that telegraph lines, run them and Mcaiphl, Vickahiirir, Ilalou Itougc, Nw i MisiiMi is tnr. Norm. mako uionoy, why enn't it buy the of tholr way." There Is wisdom siiouhi voto ror tho Republican thoao bayonotu aro in tlio field Orlcana, Muhile, Lilo Itoc't, Hot farms, tho stores, the fitutonos, hjn Iiirh and 1'uint in Went Tvii. ; in such moderation. .."; It lii not alonUhiiiK that luinitro.lt of county candidates In CrlttenJou, of troubln in regard to the tho shops, &c, mako liaro willed in thu N'orlhern farmer iiBinee, 'J'ie, Arkanaut, Mi- moiiov Caldwell nnd Trigg counties but working people. If they wero the Investment and support on South nl points on, or mljictnt lo. tho It alpp I, I,oii l una, and Tin: New York World, with the negroes havo personal nrofer prosperous mid contented there peoplol If tho government is n Sfiiilliern illlloii (if tlio lllinula I'enlral chnrnulentitia enterprise, linn 1'lllC hill) I II AMI SOUTH ivi:sr. the pint fio year, nor aiiguriitcid a inovumuiit to raisojencos for county officers nud would bo no tiso for bayonets. great Abdullah Hclio Akan, that Itallrnad within Hal inntenl o( conlinlnj ih It remarkable T'i Ibis Is Ihoro uglily rrjulpped olid in funds will, which to conduct a kicked. Many can Hay "lot there bo tb ciiltiration of .t.niiliu. u,,,,,iri " "l RiiUCi:, tho colorod man who behold It Is dono, she wealth," nnf exchmiraly, tjihry o nre diverilrjflng collon l unidllioii, and provides an Is using her ilmir nsriiious Western Democrat- ,,,., ..., "'mocnitlo represented Mississippi in tho U. nowors. mltihtv uinreilv wlmu nlir.. ron wilb untifylne riill. One nf the oollcnt Aarrangement In Unto nn lliroiipli lo eii.npal-- u for the purpose of .. ,.,,... j. i'r.M'Ult K U Ibe tl me nml cin. fitibje'clii toil, toll, toil, to ""r')ft'" 1"e,1110"' '" ''S "il" uinking sure thocdootion of Clove- - tiul;ot rather than bo traded off to lota II Kxplv1' iMaMnni S. Souato, snya that the coloied earn her rn " . What eropi evi u proiit- - Train i. eroured a by H'" Mmridecd liuiwre" land and Stevenson, by carrying tlio Thiid party. it comiiioii living. She otht , Only nights In the South havo votoro r the Western States for them. The rown lu Ihat lalllu lir' llie pun. I.uiilnHlo and Mfiiipld". and lliobvetaml in oiiiiin. niniii uui, iiiu niuiuKi'it llht or suhscrlheri to tho fund is to divide between tho po on ii sight drnft, lot umiH with one mntcrilrnH'u"iif dm Illinois C'witral r, ii IcLrat tervlco lie I w ecu tho two cillea David 11. llir.r. will tako tho hi'ndod by Joseph PuliUer, of tho attiinp for Cleveland lu October, litical parties, &c. Woil, this may accord squnro up our debts and iwllro.! will, on appilojiion to Mr J. V. eer odored. For lahes, and nil A"' World, who contributes the hand- - nml Bonrko Cockran has voluu- - bo no, nnd sure it would bo far hotnko ourselves to tho shade to f'M'"'' doslieJ lowest rale, lime to inform atlnn iiipy hrnter. lovn. mail iree, soino mini of 11) 000. Tho Bos- - teered his services to the Nation-toIiston to UlyBlmj limits, while we Maneiiiiiii iii'tiin- whhiiivi nnm. kv. , Ag'l, rilirZ colored poople, hut sip wiuo from silver cups, and i.i iii' ....... inCoimnlttop. Cio!io nud Philadelphia. HoN. 0. All is lovely In hotter for tho Ki. L. 11. It, Hickman, Ky liiliue,' "iinw in win Itleli in the lu that tiate our gltstroilomlc mako-ucnfil, two of the leading Deino.j New York. Tlio parly nm-eliini tho Covkiku'h observation l'nwk I'Mrnuna," and "farmer" Or W. P. MURRRI.L, ABnt, on muili, X.N. kll. V.Co., Ulree, Tetin. cratio paperH of tho Hast, have finer proiipoiUs of earn hi" th"o the colored mon vote thn Repub- baibocued shoatos, com light-- , mil I'f'lt UrworV fluid to MoUomb Cards:.' A1","-- ' . .A'T,". '"BP..I almiit.l ?Q" rAa.l Or J. L I'HIH.AN, AKcnl, cimitributed i?l,OI)0 eucili and pin- Bliito. Victory Beemu to bo All u 1th-- ' lican ticket "solid," mid this tends broad and N. N. k M. V. Co., I'arliiQih Junrllcin. join luthu good work with 'd on our banners. In National to nuil.o tho whiter of tho South out money nud without price- .- b, e. fariaor Utkiuj fjr a Bambtru Or W. II. P.tOUrV, flen'l I'aa. AV. "Syo uHUlru. a will. Lowe. if puotieally solid for Douiocrucy. Crittenden Picas. LmUvltl. Ky MKS3, of lllikroan county, n. a cintlt- dale for CI re n Court Jndje of tide, piifilicnufi, outlines tlm Repulilicnn tbt First, Judicial District. plan for polling unci labollmj,' every 1 n Abiru-dlqnns- John Young Urown and tho ma.ire jority of tho LcglaliUuro ia itnini- Sleeping. nent, nml unless better consol can made to provnll must result in The Loul8Villo OorAmorclnruio be great wnsto of money to the ln.v- State orcan of (lio Koiitiicltj lto? tlll'U.V. Kentucky i A wnr to tho knife between Uov. lfceninornN I o lyjgls-latur- u rr fur-nltilie- il Tho Tennessee Democratic can- h, didates for Presidential Electors, mid tho notninco for Governor, Iav. a. ( Imin ill k. will hold no joint discussions with I r tho hibjfx tliii of t!e jvulV h an . t lnt llntiuhitnmi , ... ..,.......... rvitullil'itr.n.,, lin. il 'ITi duck u fuiMNrtal t D- causo tho Republican Force Hill II tuitbj IrKX. l'clnJUii.r u (;r,(cmri ,,... ,. . IlVi CIIKM W.C tO Ql MIlC iIU is bo i mi oi malignity inai u ncm 3,,1- - , 000l ,tn..ny wnl tacdiinkti. It mo Auornxci a.iuju ocrai can iiarcny no oxpccioti to;n m.IU w jwlhibly fl It cllmmitsioiintr ..ifc roiulcid ' mostt oomph-- and lnuiiioim hrroVuricrJ cioiiiiicrn men who nnvneiuo n Kih tlmt tin lurirt r( ir.un hrvi I'ViI Thf djvk m u M TIiiho who oppose tho Force Jill' ftlnl !t ffftacip, mill vrtiiglw good temicr Kxt )WIQ, can not discuss it in jH,'m.l 11 in vvuiul in o:it they liiiil m well iiebato n piop twdv ilnvrt, anil nin hv xilfijiM at Ui liwal UUU) la osition to make theinsches sl.ci 70M tmtliltUl. II k'tfiin (nov..lrt, nit.1 Ou Iioum, admit' and time of thiiuvt rthu iIm f Cie Tor 1 1 titri-Mutc- i i MMviruiirs's t'loih Oulilwiiv. vm Ireful ! vk, nn: 1 t 1o nuj'rioi rul th. nt'ft.r if il f't-f- , ftin-.r mm Un X)I l ilii !vat, will h uni.vl riti'l 1 in ixluliitmn ra Tiumunn Hull 1 What to Buy ?STWECK. 1 BALTZER or tiik CKU.nni.ATUu & GO. M.iNUVAoruni:iui 1 i tT4,1( TFi . en.vi.l-Mil- Tv npsjn tb-.- "-- i. ... mmmmfr at?siatf?aB' Tmrnw Kv.?.ncu UY mi ..r-?.y.ift:i-t:- '-. s , Cl-- v. x r"d-d- . Ui-- U, tT TTTnTiT Ku , rt-rW.ir- lin, r wr f'1-.-J-n- 1 ron ma-aiv- it Hii-r:itti-,i-- . - aSi!Sa 1 Ti-tu- r :".'" k$m lfUMCCAN". KKXTTTCMCV. V tl fa' iut-ri- - h 11 ch-- li - l3Fr I ih.i-io,- ts-- M Paid 1 Capital $40,000.00. & ", fjr per-Imp- - l. gi. ira 1 l.iTlm-ni- , DinacTOK S W& .rEX rrj IX-ut- jifiUow-injAi- . it per-lisp- s tuttnM-illcMir- - V."D!l7sTHLI3UlNK. f df '"'' 3a tj a q s s w :f If l Family - Bail-roa- d - i E.-ilr- Cf j, rtlt, !a. r.oxiiv5s7" ;i'it m'FfflW9 SfeWWiaS5jg rv?sSlli " - ,lu,im,u.,,ll0ilit -- : i0 at - Redis-triciiug- , rii.ttc . -- - - 1 tl-- o do-fe- Ken-tiuky- ." - ftl-i- l "OliD HjSIIA33LI" - d - . Mee-Sin- nnton-lcorot- is he-tra- y " - RAM AGE, I hero-tofor- re-- 3FS.olxi.!Er 4 Specialty rnt4 III!-uoI- b - -- ,.. I . . ij) WAS1II6 1 Ml-.- rem-lu- g f. - .l j Rc-"ay- ( Iir tux-pnyer- a I Clu-r- pooh-poo- firm of the MUSE &SirAV, or tho uiulcrsiffiieil, note or account, previous to tho are respectfully year come forward and scttlo, tified the hands cf placed the claims will an ofiicer for collection. persons indclitcd pui-- l I u 1 ' Ioii. m K f Cf . tk yoili Sim W E Is thoroughly equipped, and prepareil lo execute Job Work with neatnobs and despatch. heml-wect- lr ut i , ... i o Bill Heads, , I 1 - ,,,, re tter Heads, rl-cl- a , Note Honils, - -'-- uiim-meiice- d K, ,j Statements, - '' n "l '"K' ....-.. Envelopes, lll'..I-NKIt- Bali Tickets, r - porch"-posnt- o chow-chow- 1 business Guarantee Satisfacliou. V. ..... jis&3MmieQagjgggjjagigr" ". " ' "HiaHidHiiHj i- - j Sjrrm m Xiv. ' I-1 W9mmmmmmw&2Zm?rs??3!lem?j!aar?Amrrte i .Mt u.,ltJlMaaMagaia;pjMM)Bjpjjjjpjj MIJ.'Wiy. iJU m-if- r" UMWMi.M.lMwiixr Circuit Court. TIlO Pulton CiiiMiit (.niirtln ntlll I" RPfmiou, nml will lie, irolinlily. Woi'it of lilt l.i'ciKiuiiii'e. The following Is n list of tho Iinportnut bills that passed dsis .i jsa, XfiC --., Is u'Wing nine trdiietuliiiM Ilirgntiis in weio nppnnetl uy mo i.tioi nml. nmmll.1v. moiiim cmes mn ho hoard nnxt no, durliiu thu iccciit Meimioii of els. Tlio tiiul ittrle will lie IIn. t'"' LeKislMure, as cpitotu..od b if ' ho 1'run kfnrt correspondent or ssedfeatu h.y. 'i, ier.louin.il: MM tir .fc W .4 'i1. l ' P. J 'JUt UWA1 Vt LIi'J J t f luljnurnud WudiuiHiluy, lituhitf All net nmlioilxiiiB the Htuto to jteStel&.' ...-- . HtXs v hY""" Hip f " ' ,J""", dined .." new InillotireiitH, the burrow Irimi tho Sulioul rtinil Vfc Vix "'' " ,KA"i l " t cm. n complete ilttvf PW Wk ,,f SUOV$, nlil ,vo nro Itlllltlt lllf.ll In ll'llltr filiinllv fnr fur. enuu.UCiU tllloc-- tax money roluru fH. '. . ni'ikiiiK irioiH mi ilirin loser lliiui over hofore fi.-'rf- r g -- ' rylnp eoucenli'd wenponn, hhhimiIi oil to Kenlueky by the Roucrul "VV' I.Ulv AT rilliaK! Qf nml buttery, and hrrnnliKfl of the DUC"A ' fc W ,ot,ery bill for the , penne, and one for whoollng with " ' LI)IK3 ni.OVE.fll!AIX flUTTO.N RHOKR, nil Intent to 1:111. An act providing that nil inula solid uorVd IJutton Holes. &Id oveiyvtlieic nl 31.20 Diirinc thu tonn 8 peranim worr couvietHMom tho HiHt Supe.ior (gg1. rrW iB -A vjfc tofl..W. TIiIr U u urniid lluralnl oouvlctud itml Hentenudd to the Court DiMriet blmll bo Imprlnontf ponltentinry, nn lollowt.: 0i2 BSSlE3 Anaettoi.roM.lororthoorefin' rV lotion of oleemoHynary au.l o.lu , l--r LAWKS' GKNULS'K DOXCOLA IHJTTON, nil Win. Urown, embezzlement, 'Mccc,pt0 'WS. . , riitloi.Hlli.Miliiti.iiH. year. F3V.1. ti.A . W. olid. A hititifnl ainw, and well worth J 1.76. .U't 1,Hf'Z.: rl" i ,Eriie?iA.-ri.'.ri,y- An act (lplliiii.L' Hie nowcra and Loo TlioinpHOii, diitien oT tho CommiKnlomr of 2 yearn. Aiiculiuro. Labor and Slatlntlen. THIS H1BT LA 1)1 IS' 31 10 K ON KAUTII for Win Tute, grand larceny, II yenrs. Uavingr boujilit tlio Grocer) Stock of Powell & itro., will continue tiw Tho bill appropnatinK 6100,000 rTpiiaC3 tlio money. Cieniiinu llongohi, Ciintinn-Miulold rIdimI. and i.iii.oiiikos to ttTb prxubtiRlufHH it Unit IContucky cxhll.it at tlio .loin. Lynn forgery, .'I y?ur. for Horn lie that ho Id m.ikii.c larc ndilUimm to tho Mod:, mid Mill renew in in, nun unexcelled lor 15. P. N'oriiinn, forjjory, 2 yours. World's Pair. ninny Util aiij and everything In tho An act to authorize tho Court All widths, Lists ami bi7iM. TIiom ILirriaon, robbery. 'l ycaiH. lAiit-j- 5i 'if of ClnltiiH or Levj or I'Iko.I courtH Tom Vuucliii, ilotnliiiugu woman of tlio (finiilicH of UiIh ('o(i)mon-vwHI- i ?? f&zvp ngniiiHt her will 7 years. to levy anil dolleut a poll Rjasiox or "IIukhav Coi.i.kok" wii.i. Orr.s T. Fniurii 1 ,Mar! Totten, Torery, 2yearH. und ud vnc I Hjf ci ulorcin tax tor county HU; Lino. Pjiyllier iiniiuiiticeiiipiit throncb the Courlar IIIU'DOHCfi. In civil euflo, tho only dcdnlon . Ail net to until onzo nanny now goods utrio. v fr M'K enrry tlio best Hup of Children's School Shoes in the market, that liii nttrurttil much inbllcut guimuitco eompanies or otlior and ontiniK; Ton Jiui.tlie. All Aiiir, tlo l.nne.ies ot sMuly, . and nt tunoli lower price tltnn ever before. tt'itlon, was tho Wood Mower & States to tiaiiH.iel fliirety btisInoa DraAiuc, Painting and .hA. to will be taught Ireo of lull'iiiipilo Luder Co. vs. Henry DavIs.TIiIh in tltoUtatoof Kontucky. the uiroa ot 0 und 20 who nida in tho District. A ii act requiring tiKee in uo paid Company had Rold a iiiuoliino to ;,ttcnd.ihoe ot students icsidiiif,' oulhid.j of tho District ii aolicit- i ,.. ..' Inilinn. . i ,l, ,i .;i David, and Davis relumed fame iui II niiceiiicu uwiu i.rnuu nuunu lies lor tho recovery of rortaiu. :r foUov,in ilR.i(n(n fl.C3 wil Le charged lor the fpsmoh, which nlleilginir that it did not do noil; We offer nl Coat nud uJ-n-tlin order to make room for l'nll Goods. FOR Al.a 7 , For It ncer 'oils ot or. W-WSwl.n the ,mpi enter paid to Puor. VM. 3! Mtlsfnntory or neooidlng to tlio l 1 rec S vf HS?XiJ3S? work- - "very family of children residing in the Dwtriot, attomli..g No c n i n or olnr f"oiiipnnj'jt,'uaranloe. U waft first workfiiff oriittlo cliililron lu cseajie Wr&tiS& h '.tV iSehool department, &2.U0; ior every pupil ivsidmi; outside of the Uis- lulo l.e room. factoiies. w:iTf lned before County Judgo Nuylor, Billion, milieu undrin1, l.lll or . . trict. SI. Oil' foi i.vr.rv limn Him v.nrr AIIU1P. . UHIWIII!'. i:iiuiiitr leps klllill (llll'lill lllll. ' tfl r. j u u wlicro n jiiilcmoiit in fuvor of Da' iluauil by Honator Miller, Food cannot vcorch. and no't uttomiinir the lr"o .School department. ? .00, HICKMAN, KJWTUtii V,H W'"H I T ol,i"el- - Tho Wood Tim dill nnltilifillllitr riiriwtra nt TUn iLiinnw of tliu .Sj1ioo1 are reminded of the laet that tho money tilenmj up In 3 intnutd. Tr '"i.V. ""'''" mines ami factorio ... '"M"y niPnled to thoCiicnlt workshops, toi nM0l by 'the incidental fees is not paid to tho teachers, but is used V rlchm Ihe I 11 V I ? VV jt'unrl, whereupon llio iIocIhIiui of pay hamln ctlli monthly and in for lnlyjji find, kecpint; the building cleaned ami lires built, and All r.inl nutriment,the food is Call and we U. Havorof lawful money. M1(., olICP tilings ns aro iiirowary for tho comfort of the pupils while ' tliu lower court is afllrmod. v V elaiucd. An act providing for monthly ' fIfi.A1 t.'r jast Itm lbtJflt v r l.-t- r Vwwi. upon tuo school. " ..K r iiv tho tiucoiiutH in attendanco T2V.J- Xeedi no ivaleblng. :. COWGILL, How tD Save Money I iuvuMtigatioiiB intoand Auditor of J. W. Acd you ouj,t w havf It of the Treasiirpr , lion. A. L. StovciiHon lumnc-- i Trnstops. Chtii'n Hoard H Dry Public Accounts of tho Commoncopied mi luxllation to inaku n ,,lj0, ,0. '. AMBBliu Vga' h'i uvti"imtF' '""" a" ro ,l"" Kp .R,,l, 0I lu" wealth of Kentucky. Hiipppli at Ilcrndou, IwvuluuVy Ijoilne. ICtilhtH of eouutv, tin iiiu iiuei iiiiimi of in- - HariMliiN lie iiiiu' oIliTf. in ovorv An not providing an ndditiounl - itmt.f COUNCIL PltOCHliDlSGS. New Advertisements. ' . .. .. K ill ,nrirri tax of live ceuti on tho $100 for "m Honor, t.iuetn iliiy. Hppt. 2. lingo prepiiriilions il.l.fl ,v"" r.'" Hickman, Kr , Aug '!, 1802. " ordiuaiy purposes. i&itr. aro being made for the uvout and tC. near Fulton. At) not for tho fencing of Milk Vewtn at 7." c'ts; rnunell mot in rr?..l.ir tt(lnn. l'rwent thoiuamis or propio win attend. Attempted Rapo Fine Stock for Sale. woilh $l.'.'fi,at II. 0. AMllKito'H. Miyor httr, Councilman Wfnru, which puts the railroado exINrudou In tho birth placo of (Jen.1 1nln ,. Ilornee and Mule for ale nt reduced Mll.ny. tlertntck, lirown nuRlni. a colored boy actly in the light of other propor-tI'rioo'rt Ploatini; Opera, the H.,.v...kn... .mil tl... i.on.il,. nill en rrpwUr u.tellng prkra Will lino null a few lhorouj;!Drc,l The mlniite"ef the bout linw on thu river, will hooii holders. and groilsd cattle. nc.H to hoar tho illmliignlsh- "bout 10 or 17 years of age, wn wcr! rcJ, approved nj igncl V. U. KCKSAOV, lie hero. An net to prevent "ringing" ut eil KPiitlpmati promulg.ito Demo drought to tho county jail, under ACCOl'KT ALLOWllll. 820-liJordan, Ky. Dealer tu The pulton County Tonchon' ctntlniloctrlneon liin natlvo liealli. mittimus from Mugintrato Parker fairs mid iuco cnur8cs. Tht followtug , ftccount hd prcreoleil, An act for the Incorporation and properly npprovi-J- nlilch, on motion, wm It.Mllute r in hrn.ion at Pulton &'? I nin determined to reduce of Pulton, Weduemlui, under tho regulation of town nml country RlloxeJ and cbrck ordervd limned for Ihe ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. thin wel.'. my Hloak ami will tacrinco price charge or attempting to commit a Danes, kedicihes, or assessment flro Miionnli All perform bavtnK clalma analuit Ibo II. V. Ilrnn. rolirctnkn. for 10 nr- The rsioti of llirkmaii on all Do tloodn ami Clothing. iiistirniipo companies. e.Hle of J. 11. Simmon, dec'd, will Mlo ,fl Hpon n iuk, wlt0 $12.00 ' Hie rrati tad klllioz 4 OoIIpcp will lie-- in Moudiiy tame, properly proven, with me for cek. An net to onlargoand ihako cerIt voarn of ngo. Mugglo White payment, by .lie 12lb day ol September. Fl.i RKXITTtll. ftepl. r.tli. tain improvements at tho penitenIndebted lino i.n Mop.da.,gi,cr tiaries at Prankfoit ami Kdilyrillc, On motion, the llryantnd eosln recently Ib'.iJ. All periona nv.tlenient. lo laid estate PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUND ...... r5v i I oadqunrlorR for every thing J. I..I.U..I..,V ... ...J ...,IJ1 ... .. In lie Ur. Henry Crutchficld, of Hun Ky., and making appropriations ofi.t.l in lnl vlolitllon Atieri"on Sunday will euvo ctuta by It. It. MUllP.nLb. offrrs n rewaid of C,MI III injiieeilrd III cfhonl. of the ciir court, for Adm'r of J. II. tSiuiuioae, dco'd. uiemlier of tho louonil AHuenibly, county, mid liven with her tep-o- r tthorefor. relenued. and clieck order.Sit) ordinimee, " I). K. Wiwon ,c Co. w. for lu for of Wiu. My An act to nuthorizo tho Court ed any other Statu omclitl, who father. On Saturdav laat she wuh -- The fouilli annotil mooting of will hIiow by whnt law. tatulory ,pt.iining from a vi.ll to Mr. Sick of Claims or Fiscal Courts of tho $7 80, ho IiIiir paid oil Go and Conls fur iU A lienor.. the P.idueati .loctcuy Club ami counties of W.lllngham',, alone, and along t. le several of IContuckytho CommonPair Aiiojiitloii will be held Kept. Z niMVAsrt fli.rtLti1. wealth to sell and By virtue of Executions Nok. and V0 to 1M. Ihp ordiOi to tho Commonwealth. Ho h:is,"SUl'l neighborhood road, wliou convoy liny public lauds or real nancemotion, il is ordered lli.ilUrdinaure, directed to tne, which liwiied from known at ip Kundty lio wan accostod by this negro (Htato belonging to the respective. the Clerk ' office of llio MiiC'racken Vance & Heoih'ii upoko fac not jet had to pay the roward, id wn lii'feil at Ihe laH regular l'leae Cfturl, in faviir of f arah B. and i liereny Council, ol torv. nt Troy, Tonn.. was destroy-- though tlio offer won mndo In tho hoy, Tom Vaughn, who tnado in- - countips, and to buy land or real , ,,, (Ireen Henry F Orern, I, or nnu pditorial columns of tho Prank.' ,.Cft proposals and movomonts! CF,,,lt0 for cd'bj lire last week. ,l", ,,r l,H! 0"C8- rtpina of ix y Ilepu.iri., will on Mouday, tho . cowparino ,. An net to authonzo tho county Capital several days ago. ,,, .. Sept. 1SD2, liclweou Ibrlioura of f K e,al .counties of '.'! ' ,mj.., c,k i.rcenteJ .,,. , ,..,.. i,S "rT.,".TJ,i. Ma J. K , . """! o elocU p. at ilia o'clock i. ti. , and ... H.i mwvvM i ui ' tun iuiii l i.i i I ii ti mo it wpn ii in Km Mint oi nil coiinn iiPMi on Rioninr. i no 131 Court llnuto ilnor 2tu Hiclmnn,m , Fulton " 'ivniiHuiiuii i lutituiii'w nun i'i-- "" tt.i .. .it.. of along Its slioroi. llinHsaro oav- o( cbambMial..'. f.Mie. ()kUra am I'ur. fioreniii, wlion tho negro told herl propofcitione for lemming count v T' r "?'"' fcriin ptupojr to l'tibllo Site lo Ibo county, Ky., ing in nt m.uoU everj point. (idi!?r, the property, l.o '' ot -- top that He woul.1 ." l"o u?i voters of the. "'iT r oil liigl.eit much thereof afollowing ueccniary may lie (or no , bat w a -Inndorstood that the Itivcr oXr'.ery ui 'i "r,Vi kill her, but sho cominnod to run HT; ' 7""1 "'J ,l "." , thO I'laintill'a debt, inlcn-'- t, and lo sjii-fCourt Carp.. ,.rrfwed. he i.igl.oit number of cos'.), o wti: Una Hundred Comn.isloil Will OOmmeneo work c.,.l.ln. td.rr l.a U.n cured WlM. nml Sixty until nmo littlo l.n.J ,,,,'. '.lor lifeal Couits, or tho bojsj ...len, (jIhIiiis, by c. A. Ilo-- mnt oh the Hiehmau harbor tout... time r.u.Jy. K.r .al. (lliO) aerea, more or lest, Ivinc tho North it UdeUrH by ti. comioii went quarter of Siclion M, Townablp 1, the road heard ami camo to- - several counties of tlio Common- - "nn l n'Mrini' "the ftrst of Heiitombur. m. i.. iw lii'llli-- l ill ii- n i rpinnjr isuinyomitii ,u.r Iluipo fi .mi.iiiib. l' ljl known ai ihe ti'o Trritt cnli h of irn .1 ucL .. t sst.o bonds mm ,f ,h, iClt0f lUeUn for rds ''", hon tho negro mndo h Jear and J. VI. wt, rjtiarter, levied upon ta Ma.tors Charlie Ilsltzer. John nut Log landing, on Mavci oseapo. Ho was ntterwards "' m., at his limno, " Htubb nml Lon Snjlor leave tho dlod on the Ot '?:..- - ""J. "."rJ"lf 'w:,. --, ....... of llui.ry P. (ireeri. ibe property ; . n ill bo mndo on a credit r. """ rHrxl of Spi.tomber tottp.id tho ofdebibtv. Tho Troy News li.in- captured nml cinioil before Kan. "' " lerma .' a -. "I ...,,.. " ., ..p -- ,.. tliul !,. t of M monlba; bond with approved nn.nr llm ...,... . !...... ...! i... 1..1.1 ..i... J"" irovido Kent M('i.uiiHfc.iii.i publio buildings, nml to beariuir intereat nt Ihe ralo of 0 Lt'ifngtoii. oldest oltirciin of Obion oounty, for nppoaruuco before tho pend- for the levjing and collection of per cent, per annual from day of lalf, his lather having moved to that St cKhoitlers' Hoetiug. liaviti). the force nudefficl of a Replevin I....,-,,,,,- .!. Ml!t!K IlltttH' Is tho phlPO lo go to pay tlio interest and reffar.. MW--.'"- -'" . .Mr. Carpenter ing Circuit Court. It is stntod tnes deem the bonds. to Intro yonreyes tosteilaml lilted comity u 1827. The snbscriboro to shaies of bond nt ray band, ibU 2 ItU ilny of Aug- rjcaKjR n e pta n m ra nnran rM- .. it&yri ,Mt; rriaM wun widely known, liutin: kpt that tho negro plo.td guilty to tlio , t, . Wiliiess f rj "'.". a n Kr IlKE. ""r ji r 1. ii An nut tonuihorizo tho of otoclc i tho Hickman Creamery to Hiicotaolos of all kind. 8:22 Kt.T'31 the hotel nl Walnut bog for m.iiij attempt. Hu was tried in the Claims, or Fiscal CourtsCourttho mo lehi'ectfully requested to meet ust, ISU2 B VEM6VL& &&9LL ljJlZ.,y'! lluruo. ttrbBiyt of II. JOHNSON', T. hen scHrccly moro tiu.u Circuit Court Wednesday ami scveiul counties of tho Common in the I'lty Hull in Hickman, on A mooting of llm snltVoribors years. Omo Cnt nomUr ii pt nt furultf Kltxaat IruUJlDir r..fl HimhUb Tulion Couuty. Sli'riff Ta.io llrparlmrtit lir.r.r r .nrhj riu.lr ji.a. l'rtatan.u UOl'KItfSVIT.r.S. TtV to the Hickman Creamery is to hu it hoy ho helped to cut out tlio Kiven 7 j ears in tho penitentiary. wealth of Kontucky to issuo mid S.itunl Aug. 27, at 3 o'clock, p. li.i.i, vmrnon bold tomorrow o onlnj; in Citv road from Hick man to Troy. diicct thu sale of county bonds in., for tho pnrposo of olTocling "tTaiifccd! Hull, at .1 o'olock. A full nltoiui-nnpTho comma in very useful in for tho purpose ot building bring the pc mauoiit organization of tlio If you knot how cheap I A limbed number ol Ilickmin College is denirctl. iiiii selling staple itiul fancy (inmls its place, but it should bo used, os,nml to lovy mid provide, for the Oompiiny, &c. A full nttemlr.co 1'uplls r.ul Tearliers joune ladle pre of on eh Mibsoriber is tlcsirod in forrf.lCiii ohlam boird at rea'onablc Tho City Council repealed tho of till kinds, you would crttnu.ly with judgment. In tho last mini- - collection of taxes to pay tho riles. Itoom neatly furuldhed, piuao for of no exchange tliore appears toioi.t ou and ledooin the bonds. parson or by proxy. new Sunday law, nml remitted luiy now before tho Kail stock armusic i'iiU. hou3 conveniuut to College, (3. IL ISAM'ZKK. aa somo goods will stircly an adveitisemeiit in which the firm The celebrated "Low.l Option" rives, niir airseMied thorouudor, tho &. Apply lo I am now announce thai they keop "check bill, which is an net wlicieby the Chnirmiiu pro teiu. MKS, llBrTIK WILSON, being ronehotl that it was aihnuco over the price ... . L"" Z2 Uppotite Dr J a a. llubbtrdV, Troy Avauiie. inoztimbiqnn cntsot laces, figured souse of the people of any counolleilug thuiii. "iii.coimtitutinunl." a linHn. Arill,' 810-imuslin luiipius, nud embroidered ty, city, town, district or prucinct II. C. AMliKltn. DISALER8 1 Ono of our State exohangos j.vit iii h world (or t'liin, Tiik III it , tuny bo taken as to whether uBsnTYTeeuEeE ffoY& Tho Owensboro Meisonger grcuudino skirts." nrniMC,,t.fc- - Uioor. 8li KhtH.iii. !'i'r wants to know- If tho abolishment vinous or malt liquors shall boreii, Ti ,ViJ,i.:.V.IiV" i'h.i;Kl llnndf, Clilllilains, CLA588W. UV. A mt,. saj'h: Cougressman Hill Stouo wnx v of tho August olectiou hnd ri t y The man who doesn't hang bo sold, bartered or loaned therein. Oiirm, u .', Slfin HrupiioiH, and Ii.liTM?.b!?-3M" uli JJv , W. again olected inodcrator' of tho f ? Bi,'8Aie7rtrA5 to do with the failuio of the out his shiugluand advertise tilus Pilx, or no pay reinlrrl. It ciiriMi watermelon crop in Kentucky (Ids fLilllo Kiver llaptist Association, ami leaves no sign. Lx. a t lgu"r.iiiieod to elf e porfi-r- xatUfnrtlnn. Tho Tennesson which holtl its annual meeting m nilcd. I'rlce 'Jo cut i r ear i or morn j rebellion has boon suppressed, Caldwell county last week. Tins ..' ,iuul nil is ugain unlet, but will box. Vvr t..ill)y 0. A. Ilolooiubv, f- t- It is astonishing how low honor hns linen accorded him for h2Jrt&'A$4$&?iKtt.i U BChT.B j on can buy a nice suit of Clothes ninny years. Il was old Oicar hunilv liver, lu thin htale, which I. n ...tlll.....i f.t ...i,i..r., WcSy lMr E2L"2?, 11. C. AMllKito'H. at Spo:iruen Cases. T Ml ui - it C.I.I ll.t Kill Klflllil Ulll l.n.,.llnn llmlmlr ..rnv .w.ln.. WIU IlJIIlUlli IB IlllWIlin II. I "im uiiiiiiiiiiu tu iil.ti) nnni iii.et m viui teff- - Heforo insuring your life, MAURUS EBEKLE. VTe aro offoriil all r"' '' l a,n M,,! xm ,ln,, n,ie Futntur ft V7f ; It takes printer's ink to inuke pohsesaod ooinbinntions that no'on tho clieeks and turn dress S. II. Cliff rd, New CAel, V, , waa earty n fj ltn, al all tin.c.nf Cholra. Rookors, Tnb!03, tSurouuo Vcarit,:n could successfully contend goods, ribbons or eggs a bright soo F. Jt. Hlmhon ami get his Iruiildeil wuh 'iiralgaand ilieumntiinl N of any busit.uss in these iimn a h ti ct) it 2ro22.cua.t Confed- ci imson. To which a wicked ex.! rates on tho now Distiibutlon Ina Hlmnirli km dinonlernl, his I.llor Warrlroboo, Chnmbor Sota, rflattru&ooa. Sprlnso, Btc , aijd wr.uaraaiN0agaidst, viz: a piogressivo times. You will prices o b tu l.Keu. l.irou.nl nn! U lomiirceJ. HICKMAN, KY. that tho most liberal mer- orato soldior, a Oranger, nml mod. change adds:" 'Considering in ad- - Policies now offered bj tho "Old- :i allVciello an aUrmliif? decree, np. IVVarohvl.rtoronUm1ortakorf, Cooda anaiUKauDlatJ eajjSMi tuv Idltion to this tho facilities which Mutual." In event of death, bo- petite fell away, and he wai lerrlMy remlvcrtisois. orator of tho llaptist chuich. chants aro the largest !tno. Wo onirr a larjo lino of Wooden anJ (hteliu. llur.jl Coles. Three' Kentucky nffords for coloring tho foro tho expiration of twenty duced In Heili atid etrenqili. l.lui. -- Kx. tVItejitrirj unil Job Work a pjdaltj. Shop In I.iclcdo block. Imported (tools, -- Tho Courier nelpoinoa to ito' of Klcelrl l!lller cured 'nose, . the, State inn.y . bo., regurdotl' cors, all premiums returuod to' rrlminingl, artUtU Cu tlinj,', hhrpUt-rd- , Ilarrlnburx, III,, had ElifBr . Tho Kentucky Itankers' As. cxphango list "Tho World," pull .. . .. rcjjiimr .- ,. Saliafactlau workmen, gother with the face value of tho a ninnlnp sore on hi Wg of elcltl yearV sociatiou will hold Its aiiuuid cu lished at Dado City, Florida, byo:0 .12 polic.V. . aed three Imlllea of Kleetrte alnmll.ii: OOTE, Bffg.aiWfc ov Senator John It. Kemp, fonnTho boautiful littlo steamer veution at Lexington on October Ulltere and iotoii lioxea f Ui.cklen'a Ar erly editor of tho Clinton Demo-- "Montana," designed, built mid Hon. Hen. 0. Keys refused to nica Hahe, and Ida left l aoaad and well. feu llh. Tlio session will bo an HIOKJIAK, KY. You otld Is sol commanded by Commodore Illte, divide tbuo with Judge Hobortuon John speaker, Catarrba, I)., bad five large ouo In vinw of tho recent oral. Of courso the lever ores changes lu the now constitution Idly ilomocratlc how could It bo of llozomnu, Mont., reached Hick ut Pulton, last week, saying ha incurKle. on hla Ior, iloo.nr iai lie waa V II V 'V i Qentrallr located. nEALEHC IN tlno botllo Kteolrio Ulltcra Convenient to and statutes lu refurunno to banks. otherwise with John l. Kemp in man Wediiosday evening on her irnnlil nnlK ..i.t.ln iln.n.ilil, 1, n "", one bai Hoklen'a Arnica halo cured Hupsch Call Itivcr Unding. chargel We don't liko tho idea longcruiso through thirteen States nominee, Air. atone, lllll, SI1C0, HO entirely. 8olJ at 0. A. Holcombes Keguhirly. Hvory Attou ttir LajJIas nml Children's Slip- of Kemp's leaving Kontucky, but to the Gulf of Mexico, nml thence Iiiib agreed to moet nud divide time Hon given to Comfort pers nt greatly roduced pi lees, at if Florida Democrats are in close to the coast of Florida. This tiny wiin lion. ii. A. ijoiiio. Air. Keys i)r,. siore. of Guc.Ms. II. 0. AMiiKlin't). quarters ami stand in need of n voshaI wan built of mountain fir, known wlio to fool with, and he is Mcriliei or llm Ki.ii.nl Miurcli, JColM tliu ItOHt I), n. BltV'ANT, 1'rop'r. It is reported now that tho good, all round worker, Kentucky within tlio very shadow of tho about right when ho severely lets rWticw aiery let and 3rd Hiimlay at VHHOl'tlltOIlt lf Snih. Chat. & St. Louis Itnilroad will loan them Kemp, ami com. mountains upon which tho timbor Judge Kobertaon alone. Benton I0.:i0 a in., and 7:30 p. ui. Kfery Friday Company will pay tho assessed mend him heartily to their good gtovr. Her first baptism In tho i Tribune. i.lht at 7 o'clook service and lecture. DU. S3. K. DAVIDSON. waters was nt point ami within liko. H. FirzilCuli, Hector. school tax to tho Pulton county graces and confidence. Ti,fiv. v..o V,,,,,cr BttT' throw' or the fountain ; a Mono's T lio Vouiiit Whim: at IIIr Inland, V, Iat April, school districts through which FSIXTSTS, tkc.j of eore tho road runs. Tlio authorities of rii la'.n ntlli n tery it wornattack my head of the great Missouri river,; J?' nn7fSll"',l,,n" fllr,T"',C,n ' Serncei MirlHlimt Cluirrli. Preaching ' 1I1CKMAK, KENTUCKY. Lord' day Id nerer Hill miles abovo tho head of imvl! ?" ? "',wont W'ia T,l't every d every llh Lord'a daya in caeb thu io.iiI hnro written to ascertain dliurhot-- triedI nevernl had 'K .""l nud nldMlma remedies, life. l""1, "'r (i: I ir 12 II I M A. Commodoro Ilito claims Jn!o Hat. ' Olitilon St., Ill Door Kait of the districts, &c. muii.h Ulder J, II, lloi.lliao, patlor. vine, Parrorle und ga.ion. ncli nil UlnekK-rrto no tho first mail who has over, 'lI8"''1 IVi,",,hl, saddle, had boen (nnti delivered lo any part of Ihe City Ofllco ovor Cowgill & Cowgill's School every Sunday, J. W. Morri", auy rellif. .. ... IContucky Democrats, itfUy Laudanum, without (.ellliyt to i.. ,i i.. t. ..... ..,. iuiii. mi. IIICK.MAX, ICY. My attpulion fr o,,,,,.,,..,,,! n,..,..w., v. Sup l All aru oordlally Invited le attend ai hon oallcd Chamber. M. . ... ,... v,. Drug Store geueially throiiKhout tho State, Inln't Colic, Cholera and Ularrhova Hem. uc.i.1 of ...m.u.i.u tho Missouri to tho Unlf. .". I' '" "'""- aro enjoying picnics, bnrhodiics, elr bv Mr. It. Tliialfy. wbo bad beia. Mr. Morton 0. Olivor, ono of Iter. Peril nosod iiroiiml, struck pnblli: 'speakings, ami organizing hnndllnR II there, an I In ten than Ave! :t FnriiKi, Ferry, Rivcry ! i ,i tho oldest reaidonts of Fulton n frosh trail, put this, that and tho Democratic county mid precinct miiillira aur laainji, a miinn l'artloi loilebied lo mc, eillier by role (. rolleted Nlnhlu nml Naw .11111. clubs. What's tho nmtter with entirely Amherat Co, O.Vn. lli.rford. Ilarrii comity, tiled nt his home, near! other together, nud located tho If oa nt IWin, ov accouui, ire reijuciiied lo coma forward For sale by C. (iyce, on the 17th Inst, nged 75, horso at llickninu. A young fob i in wnnt Clitiij.iift, Pulton county Democrats, ami Ortfk, II ion ,( mil Urt,, A. Iloicorinr, Priinnlni. Uuvlnjc fully made up my uitml lo elTue at onco aul fi'tlle, or their clil.ni will l years, t mouths und 8 days. Ho low, Smith had stolen tho horao why cnu'i wo hare a Olovoland Il ?'. WKIll Sl.l.llH'hl., placed In tlie bnnda of m. oir.cer (or col. I ItfttnJf to fllLoa Him. out nil my outiUnding bnainei't, and de If Toil kl l.rlt.r lira If, Mr. Jas. P.Cheatham died in was biotight to this county in 'nud had ridden him to Hickman; 1 Rl oneo n. id thereby lection. Cii club in every product ire vote my mention exclusively to my pro ll jrH Willi! Nut. llrK.lf, lS'.M, when only 7 years old, audi told a lively stable man that ho men "hat nay. Union Citv, Tonn., hist weok. The ootil, If yuu W.Hl Illl.llirflCitlilf. I offer Ilia following del cr I bed 11 Jin wain VUlilim (aril', Stir Hand tho subscription price Ohlou Democrat, of that city, says; resided hero over sliico 08 yenrs. had killed two negroes noar Troy 1.311 JDUN WITTINO. pniperly formate: U you w nit Hull Inr.lMI'.nf, any Newspaper or Muguzlno Mr. Clieathutn was born near Mo was the father of P. J,, John 'and had pitchforked n white man of 22," elunr. Olio I'ni'Di of U'td anre If ) il w.ml Khli)liirf Tii, I? yuu wnt Itii.tiirw.ClreHlirf, published to D. K. Wtr.soN & Co. Kiehmonil, Va., May 17, 1821, nml! nml .Miss Julia Oliver. Ono by nud hud been compelled to skip rd, Nod and Una alack barn, LINDSAY," , waut JOB PRIXTISO Fire, Life, Accident, nml receivo your paper thiongh wont to Kontucky when n boj.o.io tho old pioneers nro dropping nml not stand on tlio oulor of his In '.. ' Ujoii In Mlwt mt..f4itury of any )o. lino tar'.i of about 200 aore,., Ill) ele'ired, ilmi ii 8:12 oneiioul welling, nitluiidiir c..ii i )inr wmiU.Mi.lliJ by nillliiaal the the post oillce. Ho wns lor years tlio Mayor ofir.V, and thoso who wero hero away' skipping. Ho told the livoryinan Tornado, &c. For filtueu years ho ha!: in llio twenties with tho do-- Hint hu was bound to havo noum! COUFJLCI Office. wire feno. A I'nrknr I.Ivcry Slahlc, with Tlie Puna Tho Uli sosoiou of Hickman Miekmaii. IIirKMAN. KY. .M outlay, Sept. Union City. Ho was routed can be numbered on one's money to leave oumitl would tako oomple.a outfit, established bunlinj and has lived in College will open, ESitilraat! 'E'Ijjjo Tuhle. lt. s- Mitrrell. (ii)d filh. All tho brauohes of at tidy, regarded as mi upright citizen, u lingoin. They wcio n hardy nml '."iO for tlio horso. The horso and Offlcc well line Siw Mill, Jmt set upon a gnod except music, drawing, painting good neighbor, und lias n largo iioMi! raco of men, nud left their1 saddle was easily woith $lf0 and S., 0. & StTL. U. K. .alii aile of nih, maplo, to. Tots! A:ij'.s t( CiDjiuisi Him.'w' I froo to all im. circle of Irienils who will respect dficoudiintri 'i rich heritage, ns is thn liveryinan'n flUHplcions woro ami AUn, tho Hlckn.au I'Vrr)'. nllh cood Dp."L. CTLEYllNDAR, I.HlVMi AlinilKSevery linnd by tlio aroused; ho bluntly nskod Smith it, IIM r pils hotweou ti ami 20, who reside liin memory ami speak of his mod- neon on ImiiIi, landing prlvllrgmnu boll, nldctof ' Train Nu. It, r $2W,IWU,MHIM , UriKki. n finin .Su, ai, :ii a. h. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, el life with great respect. Ho creased wealth nud prosperity of, if ho hnd not stolon tun horse. Troi" tho rlvir. in tlio Hohool district. Tho rov iiiuUra clone ronnrellon with Tin. S htn.ai-n i'i In iIIhiii in, aiid-- la or ntmlonts residing leaven a wife and two children, .illon nniinty. Let us venorato, Hmltli looked vorv guilty und tlio the l Jf. nt MoKenxIt) polnc nnrili, KKNTUUKY. HfOKMV-'- . viel.uiy, tho dlsti rot solicited, who will Mm. Dan liockhiim, of Lukoeotin. the characters of tho ploneurs of iivoryuiaii took thu horso awny with ' il, .N'. ft M. V. it 'a.ltiia!. and tier'..ri'i.ii. and nno In ie!i.iUh Short. III?, apply M SVM'I, UK OKI'H'K oVB't lltOKMA' ; lac'iinnli an bo ohiirgeil tho usual r.ito of til IV, and W. L'. Clicuthum, of Littlo tli.it early day. Ureon bo their from him. So attempt was tnado m ; ih NtwUm cv l(aUklulR ,fu l$ King. .r i'i;i-- . Ttoldm IHIOKMAN, to urroa Smith. muniorleu forever. ML oiudi itock, Ark, Sou mlrcrtiaciuont. mill t ttioituiiu Ivy man ltin. HIGKMAK' COLLE02J: SawMiPftSh JWAr-'inU" rWBW..Wv. ABMIS- A.B MLJICH.LTS' .AT10.AI. BAKIv. - Vl 'waaiitftfvjutmi "' "t j.t iw-lv- wl S S; o, ct'W CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. . J I I - ,(;, I t XVSSS. - RV M t 'Ll!Vi5.rA.; i. r - ..- . - fefefef M vWSm&& 1 " , - 1 Pit ASMM1 fei..1 --i-" :v.X .viM J?ffi&&?'Mm Jf ji, - V 7 7 OFPIOlBilB: " - "- - t'ffi ,"; IMiSSi Iv'lf: P5i3a '"7 rr S- " K5ftfiWteJi5PlFlSai ft B hoimp-hreiikliif,- ', ISMiMlW 2SSlr opt ui-Mw- Lr. well-know- n - CZf M O I 3goaa.c5lo.y .t,., . P" S, I82, to - IKTSASn GQaOOSR -- raAl4w llook-korjiin- g, All Summer Goods le, ili( , The Arnold Automatic Steam Oookor $&a.?i rf L,,,v SnilO Jt l. ' rMlIROn IS IIWIJ .1. ii "C ("i J f l.i I! L I I ( - Itonk-kopbiin- 1 .'. O mm m . mm mi j LOCAL NKWS. t " n ; "' I G Cliri-itln- T. rail-road- Han-iler- i, y , - li l (MAS. A. HOLCOMB fame TT3??TTA'T J1J &;JL&JUAJ.i v nrt ,z'l: :i:x: . . ,, mr m mmm dn.-- i, I - :!?ttli:l t-,,- ied Sheriff's Sale. 82 h'-- Com-cio- .i 1 , frl i . - lls iSTV.i rt''"'! Wont rMfl I l!l -- ,! 111R 1 - roti-nooK- .li day-oI c ! j c' ,,,, ku, .', l.',r 1. .V."" "-ru- ined v Toieic-tai.tM- e 'n. , - A I "l' j;, 'wn.,.. ,""";.,:' ..,. , ,., matti.-lly- ., m rx n: i -- r. """" - M I im """ o Soardcrfj .:ii-.i.- i, j in-b- STEPHENS & J" TIliEil, i w Iti.c-ltlrii- npirit-nous- - any-tilin- I iwii-tivcl- y -- .s llll 0- inlticis-convlc- t ri-f- ..".".".,. .".'..."". au.l btmvi mmi . Driy-?ie- U -" - i I W Bh SrS31KSES:aa.2?if9 1 no-tic- o one-legge- d - Tailor, - r hot-Ile- a i - . uyo-uotuc- 1- . - 1 uret-clai- 4 liml-cl- nj piar-antue- d. 1 1 J I GOMHIUL ! Don't Forget -- It! & 1 ' r h, Jolm WIttlag HIOEMANI Staple and Fancy G!ROOERSS:&' e I 1 i 1 I I ft'Ve". f" "T ,,,. I1T -- Sun-Ja- y TIIJAI.! 'i. - FOIi SALS! "ioi-- Look at This Take Notice! I ' m 'Iiti-IIIii- k lr-- i ' H LW. " INSURANCK I lirit-tli- m 1 Job I M I - book-keepin- in-- - 1 Tt-il- ' I w out-sid- e 1 . I I Jaao-tla- n , , I m STrfffr" ui gT,-- . AST f Rflr I JH i that llutter among tho nngcl-e- f H'l? nags and Hunger Itie Wor.cs Paid by It Is hums, It is nerval Christ li ft,u"1 consecrated Christian. The year lS'JJ has come. January, lVbruary, March, the lost. Satan. April, May, .lime, and .!u,ly -- full half Now angrrt ran Ihdrjoy ronta"!. hero is your broken the year gone. lint Ivliiillc.l with new II r Thi- - atnni r lust, found, thrr I ho llonnit nf lli-l-l - simtril .Mlrr All vow ? "Oh! ' say s some one, "I'll attend Ami slrlko llic njumllng Ijrr tllii liflutn tlit- Kinoluiiitmlt to that w hen i cm get my character nf lliclr When Napoleon talked - P"ln' fixed up, when I can get over my evil - T..V . n I tin iniitia Int'iro i ihm w"'1 Tt ltlilnun Blot 1'i.lHU ll Jiiiuiini.tsior. Into Italy, they said: ".en If m. Duril.ii-- . h. tlio ron.umcr ion lur iui nn ,,,tf habits; I am now pit en to strong drink," "h-- 1 fur publication pet theie; If you knew Tlio sermon VrKlAI.SiartS 1iuirrj ur,ifcv. or, sn.ts the mini: "I nut given to un ll till-- . woeU It from tin- - text. I.iil.t xv , lie Alps were you wouldn't tall .ib"11 cleanliness" or, says tho man! "lam it or think of it, you cin't gel vein mill go to- my f.illior." "I wlll.-trisWhen I get oxer " giten to dishonesty. then I'll wngons oxer tho Alp-- Tlicrc is nulliinjr IIUo hunger lotiilfo ntyntesont habits, lsn thor ' A bun pry Napoleon iise In his stiriup in' tin" vnvrgy out of :i man oiih Christian." My brother, you will innn win loll iieitlior with pen, nor lug his li.tml totxnnl tlio get worse nnd worso until Christ tithei lininl, nor foot. Tlioio lini been many said. " I hcro,shall bo no Alps' 1 al , ytt in hand. "Not the righteous sintin army itofoateil not mi uttii.li for lack wondci fill pass was laid out i1"' '' ' !,p ners .lesus came to call." nf ammunition nx for lack of bread. It been the wondciment of nil Hi (Mil but j on say: "I ntyive with you was tli.it faet Hint took the lire out of since the woiidcrmentnf all cm"i mi nil that, but I must put It olT a little MU'M anil And j tut tell me there this young man of the L btorm many there I'.xpoxtiro. will tte.tr out any man's life mountains of t.in lictxxeen 'r Mn'1 longer." Do youasknow its j onwere to the are who came just ne.tr My wife suffered witli IndiKcstloti xxnik. and (lod there is no mrisT I'"'11 In time, but luinccr makes kingdom of (lod and never entered 111 nittl ilysjicpsia foi ycats, I.ifc 'l'lio most nttful cry ever, bennl on I sej Christ walng lit Itan-Hampton, Long Island, was lit l.ast to her Pliy.siciatiH .1 btirtlen the mountains, nml I hear libn anil I went larlb was Hie ciy for bread into the cemetery to look A traveler tells us that In Asln Minor s.iy, "I will come over the iiHiiinMn'sof failed to k'vc relief. ARcr teadiiiK around, and In thot cemetery there are there are trees xxliloli bear fiullxrry thy sin nnd the hills of thuio lim'i'v one of your booki, I jitucliascil a twehe graves, side by side the graves much like, tho lotij beau of our time. There shall be no I'.vrenccs tin" bottle of August Flower. It woikcd of sailors. This crew, some jcarsngo, It W the eainb tree. Once In a while be no Alps." like a charm. My wife icccivcd imof In a ship went into the Ireakers at Again. I notice ill it this losolnin'ii the people, teilueetl to destitution, mediate relief after taking the fust Aiu.iganselt, about three miles nxxny. would rat these canibs, but generally the young man of the lexl was dose. She was completely ettrcd then preaching nt I'ast ,'.rl. these carabs, tho beani spoken of heie in hoi row nt his mislk'hatiotir. " W!V My brother, had been nt the burial. now weighs 1G5 pounds, nml can cat giief Hampton, in tho text, were thrown only to the not meie physienl iiliglit it ' xery anything Mic desires without any Mvlne, and they crushed them with that ho linii so m.iltiv led Ins father. These men of the crew enine near being saved. The people from deleterious resulH ns was formerly irrent avidity. Hut this young man of It Is n s.ul thing nfter a f.illter lin done Amagnttsett mw tho vessel nnd my text could not pet cten them w Itlt-o- everything for a child l. have tint child the case. C. II Hear, Prop' r Washthey shot rockets, and they sent ropes stealing them. So one day, nmid ungrateful. ington House, Washington, Va. CO tho shore, nud these poor fellows from to.Hh Ills llo lnrn r than n the fculno troughs, he legan to solilopulled got Into tho Wat, nnd they ' quize. He says: "These are no clothes Tiiliiicn llunUoxH th ul That Is Sliakespenr-- ' ' A'foolish on mightily for the shore, but just Wforo for n rich man's son to wear; this Is no 1ml they got to the hore the ropes snapped Is tlio Iieitxlneyx of his niotlir" kind of business for u .lew to Iks inc. I'll go home; Is the llible. Well, m frbndv have and the Wat capsized nml they were in feeding hclr Wdles afterward I'll go home. 1 will uilse rmd gu-- to mv not Mime of us Wen cruel in t"itliiinls? lost, the beach. Ohl what a wnshed solemn Mute we not maltiTAlLNf our 1'ullicr? upon atlior." I know there arc a great many people And Midi u father. So lot '"? v kind day it was I havo been told of it by If he had Wen a slinngei, if lie had my brother when theso twelte men Txrio try to throw n fascination, n in Our in n nee, hnlo nbout sin; but, notwlth forsal.cn us If Ire had Ihgellatcd us if lay at the foot of th" pulpit and ho read handsome standing nil that Lord Jtyron and (Jeorge he had I oundeil us nnd turned us out of oxer them the funeral service. They llluitratcd booklet Sand have said In regard to It, it is n doors on the o iiimons, it would not .eamo very near shore -- w Ithln shouting mean, low, contemptible business, and hate h en so wonili r'ul our tieiitment distance of the shore, yet did not arilxe 6cnt free on receipt of mi loving, on solid land. There nro some men putting food ntnl fodder Into the of Mini, but lie Is a 1 roughs of n herd of Iniquities address that root so kind, nnd ,ct how m.uiv of us for w ho come almost to the shore of Hod's and wallow In the s oul of man lb teiy our wanderings have ncttr apologized. mercy, but not quite, not quite. To W Is to be lost, poor business for men and women In We njvologire fir wrngs ilonetbour only almost sired I will tell you of two prodigals: the tended to be tons nnd daughters of fellows, but smite of us Krliaps have the Lord Almighty. And when this committetl ten thousand tunes ten thou- one that got back and the other that "So you enjoyed your visit to the jonng man resolved to go home, it was sand wrongs against liod and never did not get back. In lUchmond, Va., zoological gardens did you?" Inquired a there Is n very prosperous nnd beautiful a very wise thing for him to do. and the npologied I remark still further, that this resohome In many respects A joung man young man of his adored one's little MUSIC nnd ART ;:-- i only question Is whether no will follow lution of the text was founded In n wandered oil from that home. How an sister. "Oh. yes! And do you know, him. wo satx a rmnel there that screwed Its Satan promises largo wages If c will feeling of homesickness. I do not know derod very far into sin. They hoard of and would llko to know how mouth and eyes around awfully; slid wrvo him; but ho clothes his victims how long this rung man, how malij him often, but he xas olwnys on the to secure complete educations months how manr tears, he had Wen x rung track. He would not go home. sister said It lookctl exactly like you .villi rags, and ho pinches them with when you are reciting poetry nt evening hunger, and when they start out to do away from his fathers hiue; but there At the door of that 'jcnutiful home one under the best masters is something about the reading of my night there was a gi-partles."-Tid-l- titv outcry. letter he nets after them nil the blood- text makes me thiuU In- - was homeyoung man of the house ran The that hounds of hell, batan comes to us toFREE OF COST Cj?Ts Dr. Dareste has demonstrated that r day and ho promises nil luxuries, all sick, ftjine of you know wlmt that ilotx n and opened the door to see w hat mi during feeling is 1'ar away from homo some- x as the mntter. monsters and monstrosities It was midnight. emoluments if we will only servo liim. yrtilwr'S' ' should send for It. JKZ-animal development are not the result I.lar, down with theo to the pit! "The times surrounded by every thing The rest of the family xxere asleep. 0-X1of lmthoJorleiil changes In the embryo. wages of sin is death." Oh! the young bright nnd pleasant plenty of friends There were the wife mid children of the 5 'OOKilAL KIS'JOYfS THE LADIES von hate aid: "I would give the prodigal young man. as hitherto supposed, but modllleatlons The fact xxns lie man of the text was wise when he utI'1" . " IVBUIHI t H.iCII ....I..., ...,. .t .f Well, had come home and driven them out. Wt lilC tered tho resolution: "J will nrlso nnd world to be nt home ll'n.' Vi UlklMIIVVlUIMHi'll, "HII ? t of '" l ta$ett .1st s. this young man was homesick for his He said: "Out of this house. Away ns brlnV nbout tho dllTeronees between &J"-va.it": rrvf. ' Co to my father." 1 vA individuals and races In mankind. N. nud refriluiig to tlio t.itc, nnd ncli In the time of Queen Mary of I.n?- - father's house. I have no doubt when t ith these children, I will dash their ccntly jet promptly on the Kidncj.i, Y. Tiutss. land n persecutor came to n Christian he thought of his father's house he said: brains out. Out into the storm." The Liver mul Ikmeii, cleanses tho "Xow, perhaps my father may not.W mother gathered them up and lied. Tha woman who had hidden in her house A correindeiit of the Lancet cite ifloituallr, dijls coM, head next morning the brother, a young man for the Lord's sake one of Christ's serv- living." 1 number of lusunieos In whlcli the Wo read nothing in this story this who stayed at home, xxent out to And nehes at fevers nud cures habitual V ants, nnd the persecutor said: "Where of lulluelisa imtnetllately foi- tnrup of tho is that heretic? ' ThcChrlstian woman parable founded on evervday life we this prodigal brother and son, nnd he A... MH in..I .1... -- .!.., .. . !,. i 11,'iu wii 1...- constiiM" mi. ot,t 'ts- kindTit's is pro Who nro for tho first tlmo to i vm-mh,-.uc inTiiii ui ever taid: Von open that trunk and you u ill read notlilng about llie mollier. Itsats came where lie was and saw the f. .led plare. Ho thinks tho sourco of , "0r ,r' woman's oovorost trial see the heretic." The persecutor open- nothing about going homo to her. I young man wandering up nnd dow n the Infection was tho saliva uwd to , duced, pleading to tl 10 tntlo nnd no undorno ed the trunk, nnd on tho top of the think she was dead, I think she hid in front of the place xxhero ho had in wo offer lo tlio Moinnrli, troinitt .. ccpt.11 moisten the postage stamp. . . f rf . linen of the trunk he saw a glass. He died of a broken heart at his wander- been staying, and tho young man its net ti and irtiiy iNMiclictnl in lis who had kept his integrity said ta Mild: "There is no heretic here." "Ahl" ings or perhaps he had gone into dissipartsl oulv from tho tnoct rflcct. "Why ro all theso lino residence hhe said, "you look In the glass and you pation from the fact he could pot remem- I the older brother: "Here, what docs nOKil up and iittovoupled?" Inquire! licallliv nml n ereenli.o fulonec-i- , its a will sec the heretic!" As I take up the ber u loving and sympathetic mother this mean" What is the matter with A imfsly which, If w ai the xlsitor to the city. "A buly who manv tx client qualities commend it trtcLl Is (wis loiifilunicul, directrd of frt 1 v z- -' Whv do j on act In this way? 10I1 il I would A man ncer gels over having lost his xon? In mirror of Hod's word, has just besmi to eiiltlvnte her xoicc to nil ami Imvo mndo it tlo most " that instead of seeing the prodlg.il of mother. Nothing said .ibiut licr here The prodigal looked at hint and said: PAIN, II0UR0R AM) RISK TO Liri! I'm k "They Aro Going to IV, U10 Old Fiike has iitovtsl into this block," said his popular :i mrsly known. the text, wo might see ourselves our Itut ho is homesick for libs father's "Who am I.' Whom do you take mo to friend. Hostun I'o-- t, Kjru; f lV i for rale in oOa cf lth rsnther and clillJ, at thouundi fho want, our wandering; our bin, our lost house. He thought h would just like be"" He suid: "You are my brother." I it tcttifr. 'No, I nin not I mn n brute. Hate x'oti 'tli s ly nil lea.liui; drug bate so that we might be ns wiso to go and walk around the old nlacc. condition, nnnitnl expenditures xxere only The plea that tho inerenso ot II Dlnillnir It Is said that kangaroos nnd SI 1.tio-- j ns this young man was nnd say: "I will He thought he would just like logo and seen anything of my wife and children? Any rcllalilo driiist who "Ir-lm lHllr t4 simi kii rsusnlt!i xi bile Harrison's nniiiial nverenu devekm 111010 nutrcr than any other ruU total Is due to increase of p filw..mM see If things were as they used to be Are they dead? I drove them out last innrvolouJ iosii'Is. tirtlml c4 tmr Ntth nn-nnd go to my father." age is Jl 10. I3,000. It is no wonder that anliusl. Mrs. Dunlln You don't say! may mt have it 011 linntl will iation Wing thus disposed of, no rklU rMtM l.hA LlIOIUt in I ati a brute, Mnium, I'liiinii Iks lrf The resolution of this text was form-r- d Many a man, after luvir, Wen oil n '' night in tho storm. Yes; tbey jet liopping mail it jirmptly for nny ono who Usvwllis-- r ,in remains for Harrison. Ho stands he is iKirpelually scraping the bottom Ditulib long while, has gone h 'me and knocked John, do you think there is any help for confessed on his record Hmtnillijf'rt, in disgust at his present circumViLihcs U try it. Do not accept anj 'be costliest us of tho treasury St. I011U Iiepiibltc. stances. If this young man had been at the door, nnd a stranger has come. It j meV Do you think I xill ever get over well as the smallest president thoc.ui It is novnr too late to owixl This ts mjlijtitutc. Tho Industry whtoh has received lkl.iM IIAUII.1US,UunlM'jUs.lirIS.O. is tho old lionicstendjjjjjtr.inger j this life of dissipation?" fie said: try cxer had .SU loiils Hepublic lt .Vblcr liy his employer set to culturlng flowof ft 1t ifss'.c'irr"X rf Ik!, mi most uiHsiiirngemtint from Him McKln-le- tvhy tU CfLiFORlilA FIO SYRUP CO. comes to tho door. Ho Anus out father J "John, there Is just one thing that will ers, or training vines over an nrlw, or lUHr-ttnt- k .skllll0(mrilit. ovua tut iff Is Hint of lying. In the l)rt done at the Hino promUcd. Huston is gone, mother is gone, and brothers j stop this." Tho prodigal ran his finger m'kTnley MIRACLES. I.. iljtl.. .mftliMl IrvM fMAci:oo. em. keeping accounts of the pork market.or place, there xxns the tln-plliar, he Traristtrlpt. llsAkriim Kit.ct.ATos Co.Atbcu, G. At ur ro4r. n.r. lowsmtr. it. overseeing other laborers, he would not and sisters nil gone, I think Has voting ' aeross his throat and siid: VTlint will wns followed by the pearl-buttoliar. Itulnril Ttnptr. I'rlrr Aro man of the text said lo himseif: ' Per stop It, nnd I'll stop it Wforo night, Trlnc la 1'rnip Thill lli-jlinvc thought of going home. I f ho had in tho procoMiuu enme the In lilti:tilir. ftcr him Our bodies se U,o Inapt. of cur .ml bad Ills pockets full of money, If he had haps father may bo dead" Mill, he Oh! my brain; I can stand it no longer." Im HI maiiufueturt--r of priet-s- , and Ik--i fol- JOjould tlir- -l tomples. i. iiai Ono nns only to admit the necitrai xlne hawl, UallvelMfallltiuiteinturo cvn able to say, "I havo a thousand starts to find him out. He is horn sick. That p rod i 7.1 never got home. or current republican claims to W eon lowed bv the man who U illspoel Ui ru nf y Heiiovut, llx-rhutncsn I. for iidL dollars on my own account; what's the Are there any here iiiimdiiatflv for the damage that swear that wages lnive Wen slradily vinced that the McKinlcy act should ii failisff tienrih. fenvlot THE WEATHER BUREAU. tise of going bick to my father'! house? Hod, homesick for Heaxen? ro-rto uttl an Imjiaiml isincr to not xvith laws but with inn adt.iiiring under the McKinlcy net. tl.uiyenitis uasliinjr compoiiiulr. do. A sailor, after liming Wen Ion? on Oicr I IrIiIDa you think I am going back to apolIV r Out. ir Its Calrul.illnm Vital tiHoruy x. till lliiti-llesriKMiiaoli 1111s Uuiisx ill.- - Courier-Journatides. U r, ubkrtt rostsre It's there, and it's jjoinjj on all thu illtrest'nn, liver. Inwel X.rlllnl li) llriulla. ogise to the old nun? Why, ho would the sea, returned to his fathers house. Tiki much contlileiice of xlctorj nnd hMney n Kiilnnii , nud ursroimos maIt was passed originally "to sustain The United Slates signal service, w Ith prices" I'at was fried out of matiufai in put mo on tho limits; he would not and his mother tried to persnaMf him time, Imt yon won't see its effects, t must not 1st founded upiu laria ami rhifUjia.i-.o- i. .Now, Its electric wires threading a continent, iavo going on itround the old places not i go away again. .She s.n turers on this theory, Maj. Mclx'lnlev the etidencusof djusml In the repnh probably, for several months. It 1ml II tHn tlm ibkt mskn . btieli conduct as I h.ive been engaged you had Wtter stay nt hotm , dor't go has won tho respect nnd aroused the gave all his energies in one campaign lictin jKtrty in this state. Victories are suod Utne Unit makes utenref ul,H. It's Hj;lit.-l'iaway; we don't xtant you to g You admiration of Kurope Wcnusu of Its wouldn t do, yc.i Vni", to hiVJ In; I won't go home; there is no reason to the task ot prox Ing that high priu not tx mi by depending upon the sup- SSoti. why I should go home; I have plenty of will have It it great deal better here." adaptability, ellicicncy nnd success. are a blessing bomcwhnt disguised, nti'i posed weakness in the uncut 's ranks, them too dangerous. money, plenty of pleasant surround- Hut it made him angry. The pi?ht be-- The area it coxcrs withs operations is cvrrJ President Harrison xetitiircd the but by steady and aggressive and A m'ti. knlfn xvlll msVo even a fillet seem The best way is to take no rislc. pounded ings. Why shou'd I go home?" Ah! it fore he went nwiiyugain to wane heard three thousand miles lonir bv two thou- - nssertlon that "a cheap coat made a muted and untiring etforU that will trmrli, but slnrp ou nmki s s Hum. teuk seem n trndf r.eln - lt-hi mother praying in the next room, sunt! wide. 1'rom more than on htm-nnwas his pnttpcr'sm. It was his beggary. Yon needn't worry about damage that made him more nnyrr He dred nnd fifty subordinate stations cheap man." Aldrich laWirs earnest strengthen and solidify the party forces. He had to go home. Democracy would have but 11 sorry ex Now Senator n to your clothes, if you keep to the Jlr.i'ie.tt. tins Irl Some man comes nnd says to me: xtent far out on the sea und a storm messages are" simultaneously Hashed ly to prove that the net did not inciciH cuse for winning if it expected xktory tiKipli in thoteletiro I onslilxoi! (TisitIMIs of IUtiIimiu'h rodii original washing compound Pcarlinc ; "Why do you talk about the ruined came up, nnd ho was ordered to a tery to tho headquarters nt Washington pi ices fiom which we assume that Hie solely because Mr. Itlainc is troubled "III, hut 95 coins n bx irpliteou medicine state of the human soul? Why don't perilous duty, nml ho ran up the rat-- ' ' twice n day, which describe every at "cheap-coatfirst made and fully proved. What can cheap-man- " Ti Idea has Wen with indigestion nnd Mr. Piatt is suf llKtl you speak nbout tho progress lines, and nmid the shrouds of the ship mospherle condition upon the sitrfaco relegated to the party garret. fering from a "swelled head." Albany Ir ) oil dn ut want yotir feellncs hurt by using the imitations of it? you of tho nineteenth century, nnd he heard the voice that ho had lieard in ,( the Unite I States Six millions of keep th at out ut tlio way Uultestou Again tho bill was designed "to re- Argus. Prize packages, cheaper prices, or whatever News. talk of something mora exhilarating?" the next 100m. He tried to whistle it Mjunrc miles nro contained in these duce imports" and there was much ndo Harrison, In order to It is for this reason: A man never wants off; he tried to rnlly his courage, but he reports, and every phnso of ellmato Dlmut "homo markets for home manu- pleaso Heiijiinlu of tho Pacific coist, may by urged for them, wouldn t pay you the people dawn In nflno point," "I tho (lospcl until he realizes he is in n could not silence Hint voice he had firm, the arctic regions to the tropics, ' facturers," "America for Americans the uegrrmt laid ILi billcoultt, as ha lit oil u stcvpla. for one ruined garment. heard in the next room, nml there, In famine-strucstranger who goes Into this nnd other expressions of patriotism signed a bill which brandsand on Hint state. Suppose I should The its unreliable witnesses, I mteting-placPnlitlen tnj torn- - utmrupulotK crrxtit will t'U )- -, of w Inds and tern thought to W very effective. come to you In your home, and you are the storm and the darkness he said: liu-m- l 13 MARKEIS. account prohibits them- from testifying 1.... ' JDCTAfiarc 'I i"' SI'.- - I'ttriinc Itnr.rf iv.fiir." " " ic'tinl" H )" gttt xn.lt In good, robust health, and 1 should be- "Oh, Lord, what a wretch I have Wen, pest, thcofllce nt Wnshlngton. will W AI Now tho Maine convention that re- !n certain cases. No other president ol I is sweeping nominated Mr. Heed pops up with the any if A gin to talk about medicines, and about what r wretch ... nm! Help ire just told that n snow-storJit IAMKS l' Ll.. hw ImI, Asc ,. . ,. ever In this solemn mnn pirty hns how much better this medicine Is than now, j.orti uoti: ' Ami l titoiiglit in this ncross 1 lie inKe region, wnue ine tern- - jubilant assertion that "our I nportx ner placed such n disgraceful stigma LIVESTOTK-Cal- lr t'otcrasirt 4 10 n 1 ti . ... t1.0lrb)thri there maj li soino jicrature has stood at the same moment have Increased to a point noicr before upon the colored citizens of the Culled IICKiS tv.mmon . that, nnd sonio other medicine than assemblage ITIHA nrTVT0Uinririir. i rt. Din M,, wai' "av0 XUe memory of afathcrs ninety in the shndo In the (iulf states rlfuml IHI11II7I0 rt Ikr brl some other ined'eme, und tllKal 111 lm. . talk IM HIM Mates, reached." Harrison may ex siiKi:i'-i:s- m vIh- lor I 10 ft I f'l uWttt this phj.ilcijn and that pel'Mon or a mother's prater prevslng The Mississippi, says tho cleric, is rising -n. That miraculous is none too strong plain the matter until doomsday, but as rt im IMHIHIn yourImfnirnvrMr b put upon the soul, and tnat this physician. KUIUK-Wina while you After and the eastern department nn ndjectiiu for the McKinlcy act wo no intelligent, firnllv 3IJ . hlrh it. l'tfHinnHr. negro OILUN-- ter rrrrrriil Ikr brl " mm tnliip fnr rrlrr ;i make the same revilii )ms sot up cautionary signals upon tht think no longer admits of doubt. N. xvill eter forget his deliberate insult. N ih.t v SrrJ .. would get tired, and you would say: "I ,lonr '"'i' No. 3 red . . luMuanU lll lrllfr. H ' GENTLEMEN, m mi "-- . saying: "i win Atlantic const. tlon't wniit to hear nbout medicines uon The xvnj of tho ttliuli Y. World. Kg. Sinlinl Corn a 3 Atlanta Constitution. . . MkUSUritllriTITUTE. to "'J' father." Oats Na tmltcd n i Why do you talk to me of phxslcians? arKo !iml Is no secret here. Their coming THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. tflFlSSk There is 1111 old Hnst India fable Kyis .V11 S n THE FORCE BILL ISSUE. A lad at Liverpool went out to bathe. 1 never have a doctor." I come nnd their going prophesied. The rn .hop. IKaI trill not firsfls rair. A that happily Illustrates tho yearning ol HAY I'riiwMuvbolce af . .. p ot) nio t Into your house nnd I find you severely xxent out Into the sen, went out too far. hurricane Which whirls through Haiti-,nn- n fmiivOi latiii, (triibiM, inMtnjmroiuiMr.ttyltili nml durtbl tlms diin Ilrurl of Hi" lliMiuird the republican party to protect the TOIIACX Ir4l (Iissl nj oihrr tho rrr tulj si lat j bia.it 111 In Uu (its :. ttntpf1 across the liuftit sick, nnd 1 know the medicines that got Wyonil his depth and ho iloatcd far it 1'nrtr. struggling workmen of this country. 1'ftnVI-ION- is is 'V in'ii. 11 10 t.s Mcsinrh .. r.i minml 8.1 llHMil.arirril. flnertlf thnft. Tht Tnrrt tttlUb. f.ar-will cure you, and I know the physician aunv. A ship bound for IJub.in came expanse until it disappears in the frozen r si G1A 1'ilnie ulruia The ndvice of sonio republican organs Oqco upon 11 time a kind, st il IB ft IIUTl til uuirii,iHcivfr ttnlj 111.tbrtniikv. Tbrrjau dalrr who Is skillful enough to meet your along and took him on board, .sailors nortli and tho maps of its Hint President llanison should rr-- r thrsnutJCj libui In old elephant went out for a stroll in the l'rtir.o to cbatcc crrnrrt-rir.- . tn.l ill nUirnvbt ejse. Yon say: "Ilrlng on nil Hint med- are gem rally very generous fellows, journeying xvlll bo reproduced in every tSO ,iu roller Misr, urn .. 3.m ti 3 m and put aside tho force bill jungle, and ns ho xxnndered about lie Alri.r.s I'rluit.rer bUI want a nisV7rii ir.r t 4ini,iirniion nut iiumi, to 8 r.x I'M mm u cap, una anomcr Important dally. icine, bilng on that physician, I nm ter- ..no mm Issue in ills expected letter of aceept-tnc- came upon n herd ot young p irtrldgct ItJTAlOllS-r- cr ftar tlwAlk In. tnl will kn itltf-- l 4fj tittl .urn. i,.7.-n- t NKW YOIIIC orklncinra's ribly sick and I want help." If I eomo gaxo h nt n jacket, and another gave CO All Finn itfall, trtr fur tl n onry Uitn tnjsiltirr Shtrs The mariner putting to sea Is stave..' shows the desperate ttralts in left by a heirless mother to die of hun- riX)t;it will fito trr .. 3(0 a an mk. to you and you feel jou are nil right In him shoes. A gentleman passing along until tho proud x axes are stayed also which the doomed organization finds ger, thirst nnd exposure. Tho ele- 11IIAI.S'-- X I'slr to fny Tbry r lor irrtks Tb Uicrtulnf ttltt Umt tlitt o(k. nX Iiicmrt. lav founit tbltout. Nn. 2 found the nnd he max proceed in snfety. Jour Itself. It is nskiug ot Hnrrlson some phant's mighty sympathy went out to body, nud all right in mind, nnd nil on the beach ut Liieri-oo- l ti M 1.7.') hrbaol Hhora an. C.1W6 DnVQI NJ ai.l jtsnlh' Trrnhtro. Ibaniiulacr'lcr-a light In soul, j oil have need of nothing; lad's clotlus and took them home, nnd neys nre postponed, sales effected, phy thing beyond tho power of his nccomp thu wretched parti lilges and hu said: COIL- S- No S mljcd I w mm Irlt-tn10 ft , Oiti mined alJf JinmM at 17 W AI3IO but suppose that J hate peisuaded you tho father was heartbroken, the mother fclplnns' orders to patients controlled llshmcnt. He is eapablo of accepting "ion need protection." And ho sat POHK New rac- - . tn.t IJ'J..in, l. .75 t.i I tS is t..IID WiaUruilram .Xllaaraaia that the leprosy of sin Is upon xott, "the wnH heartbroken at tho lovs of their H,i clothing regulated by this marvel or rejecting anything that promises ad- on them. - Dctiolt I'ice I 'rets. LHIIICO tair, at anirrsi. intj nimlocl JIlia IKn CIIICAOO. ihey had hoard notlilng from mls "conquering of Nature by worst of all ilcknesM-s- . Oh! then you child, Jlanr fra tlural.la. Tba SI hoa ara Trrtiriun, inula strength to hin candidacy, but ditional iqutlt rutioni ami In 1873 Whltelnw Held wus run rt)tTlt Winter patent.. ..... 4 10 (IIW "rEayf,"Hrtrig'ino Hint tialm ot the Hos I Mra day tifter day, nnd tlmy order tlmat rnillnc tho II lut. IJiilUt nbutiUll lurounv powers." Tho fnriner plunti be cunnot put aside the p.v'ionu njng tlm X hel-V.York Trlbuiio lu tho In- UIIAIN-X- J OiIcjbo Vs rln; rt....T. raltn In ir Imloni tta nnfllna-- thl; nut. No. pel; bring mo that inedl;amenf, I usual mourning for the sad event? but ,,n,i protects his fragile fruit blossoini adopted by tho delegated authority as terest of Nn -- Htwtraof IM IITIIIN. lloinco (Sreeley, tho demo s Corn No i, bring mo Jesus Christ." tho lad took ship front Dublin and nr- - j fnm Jnck l'rost, because forewarned sembled nt Minneapolis, I. Ihni.t.V nm r..l llrirlslaiiir-li'nlitl.- i. l.wn tmttd S. 31 f lils-N- a. 31V nominee; Chattniey msk fur w. 1 nn ni ic cuncc ." iuiui uiii'iit ara rrtudiiient ana tuuj-s-- . I ,u,m,iw Hut, says someone In the audience: rived In Liverpool the very day tho gar- - nnd therefore forearmed. W l.very Im he compass this feat there wouM re crutie presidentialdcmncnitlo candidate POItlC-M- oii ilrr r'rain n m. 111 Sll m.!.,J ??1 i.'r I"1" V" ,,"u.l,.'!,r ."'" tllrrrl lo Karliir. ainlliir kl ud. alrrnad llln "How do jouproxo that wo nre in n mints, arrived He Lnokid nt thedoor portunt belt of vegetation Is carefully mnln tho utterly Impossible one of Depetv was the . trrr. XVIII altn -- irlii.lti, a.l. ... .(. J.nl.r. nail araaral tirr. for lieutenant governor of New York, II.W.TlMOIiK. ruined condition by sin?" Well. I can and the father was oterjojed, nnd the provided for, and in uierrlo Lngland the turning down tho dominant dermal In susuianbero 1 Unto uo agiuit.Wrllo lur Calalmur. W. 1 llaus las, Urockluni Slastv ri.oi'lt-ramlIM (JIM proto It in two wnjs, and you may hate mot iter was oxerjotol at the return 01 news of tho coining storm isouen inrce hltt party. It holds higher thnn any and Trunk Illscock wnsn democratic (JIIAIN- -lyWhnt-N- a a -- 1; i candidate for congress In thu hands your uholcc. I can prote it either by tl fir lost sc I'urn Mlitil tn Oh, 1115 friends, hnxo days abend of Its arilvnl. 14 other consideration thu possihlhtt of of these three original mugwumps the THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE 3V(t, ill the statements of men or by tho state- jou waded out too deep? Havo you Highly to ninety percent, of the bu- retaining power and making tinner its republican party lu New York this 1.AUII- - Itrtmcu Hi tM ment of Hod. Which shall It W? You wailed down intoMn1 Hate yotixviwled reau's calculations nro nettially xeiltled grip upon tho affairs of the country. (111 V) I'llllK- - !( THE COOK HAD NOT USED ."ISO nil say: "Let us have the statement of from the shore'' Will you coino bnek? by the results, nnd slxty-llv- o millions of It Is unrestrained by tho fact Hint the year places unreservedly Its hoes and t1IOUH- -. lllr . . Hi U 0 'J Its fortunes A fatted calf in the (Sod." Well, He sajs In one place: "The When you tome back, will ou coino In people tiso umbrellas and galoshes or entire country is now one and that INIIIANAPOMS. I'lilted htntm scnatorship tienrt Is deceitful above nil things and tho rags of jour sin or will you come lenve them nt homo and go abroad In loyalty is the common possossun of shape of Tl Irtd has already been killed for 0110 of thu No i'red Ho says In an- robed In the S.ixloiir's righteousness? summer ntllre, according ns this autocsperaloly wicked" t'oru .Hit our united cltienship. It luis kept a.lve returned prodigals, ami now It Is pro31 Unls Nu.5 'AVhat is man that ho IWllototho Litter Ho home to your crat of tho elements shall order. other place: tho spirit of sectionalism and, for larty posed to treat the other two ton vice UllIISVIt.UL should be clean, nud ho xxhleh is born of Hod today. He Is watting for jotl. Ho On With sides of the Atlantic, and purposes, declined to rccognle Hie presidency nnd secretnrjNhlp of stnto ritlTIt Winter rMlrnl iw oca a woman that ho should W righteous?" home! Wlieit-N711 ( Srnl . . . that ocean itself, ns v oil as its gi enter binding force of lei ins offered mil Evidently, It Is consid- I1IIAIS Mlxril . ... torn I remark the Ho says In another place; "There Is tt M Hilt upon the restoration of an un- rcsicctlvcly. h.traeterlstlcof this Ktntor. tho Pacific, do t use meteorolog GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. . nt Jlued ki :n ered iieees,iiry to hold tint largo none that doeth good; no, not one." lie resoiuiion was, it wax immediately put lc.il obserxatlonshold sixny, to tho safe divided country. It still pl.it s tin ndc w I'OIII. Mi srf.iiii:HM to pieveul fuither biukslid-In.ui 7 71 ( says In another place: "As by 0110 man Into c.xucution ty and comfort of nil lifts tind properly 0! conqueror and nssiimes tho rigid of SAPOLIO SHOULD be tin Hie part of those distinguished KITCHEN. sin entered into the world, and death in The ioiitet s.tts ho nroso and came concerned. N. Y. Ledger. continued dictation as ngniust llmse gentlemen. M. Paul (Slobe. by bin; and so death passed upin all to his father " 'I lie trritiMv Hi UVf times who xxero le.slored to equal lights , TAKK HKAIir. A (Ir.inl Work. men, for that nil liato slimed." out of n thoiuand i ti, it our resoluprivileges and havo kept fnitli under "hf l.lllle Thine-.- . gU If you'ro n fiiircrlni- - vtminii. "Well," 1011 say, "I nm willing to uc tions amotiiit to not lun, bccoiiso xve Ill nceoi dance wllh thu recommend How many of us, w hen xx c nw nke in the terms of their compact. V '1 Lhroiitc rakniMtM. , fminf ul knots ledge Hint, but why should I take make them for sonu iii't.mt time. If tho r crnlng, resolve to do nil the goo It In by this element that the forco ntlou ot Piesldeut Cleveland 11 demo tiiwinuni, nun Hint urmiu to vtotium tliu particular rescue that you propose.' ' result o to Wiome n ( hrlstlan next we can, nnd going out, coming III con bill Is desired ns n pari of tuition lW( emtio congress restored to tho piihlh' only I: no u irltltn rcmiiljr In This is tho reason: "K.xcept a man be year, that amounts to n thing (l.ll.ti l,on II M u.iij, lllinl. I.n.li.i. tltWg.rtt " tnet with the world, forget to be pleas and Pifsidcnt Harrison is poHeilc., to domain hJ.ii'.'O.TVO acres of Iniid given l)r I'ltrcu's Kaxoiilr 1'iru.ilti-HoI born again ho mn not see tho Kingdom If I resolte to lHsonic n christian to nnt, forget tho smile, kind xvord nnd change It, whatever tho dictates of pot away by inrlous lepubllcuii iidminlv Tilt Mt.OUCTTC TMt AI0N. If jou'll fnltlifiilly U5 It, t. Mik'tlif, In, lnl.. August 30th antl Sept. 27th. of ..u, " jinn Is iiiu rcusun. 'There is morrow, mai amounts t,, nolliing in net, wanting t do some greut act? ley in the premises. Thu leitdn of tratlons tornllroad corporntloiis There 1ll.l111l1.-1movt-rnml IrrrRii-Li- t TMtlam.int Thi Cn. cutout. V.ui.i 4lsk Hymn one mimo glten under Heaten muring nil. If I revilti. nfter I m. tw.mo Ills'. Ui..l, (In. fcnl.ki tho tho p.tity had thu objectionable plunk was recommended for reentcry I15,l).il, Leaving the llttlo things undone, , .. All ll, .k, r0M 44 9n .v m, WH ,r.ni-- i loa l") U anr It it UgHlm-ilfur la.llaM.nl, la km xviicruoy .1 iiiey may lie sated." to yield my Iw.l 4. .1.1 ,ll f.l,l f i ton l.,n. lol, , that aniotiiits pleasant good morning, tho grasp of placed in their plntfoiiu, nud should 53) nervs more which hud been glvtu xtdiiiiii, rmcfnlly mliiiitol In Chicago, Peoria milt, f tim. tn.tr.-- il sir Ini4 Saawl fof mi tal ami otheis, luit war Then there lire u lousaiid xokes hero to nothing at nil The only il,-- l "' tho hand, the thousand and one little republican supremacy again In. and St. Louis lior ilclli.ilo 10. away to railroads It L.?,N... KXaK, !!?ji:?SaT-CH,CA0- 0 ready to say; "Well, I am ready to ne resolution that iiuioums to itnytblng is things Hint seem so Insignificant tons; llshcd they would secure the pisvigu foifellcd for with tin I.11II1I3 up unil Invli'inlm tlm to tl (Jltlrs nml I'lirm Districts eept thin help of the Hospel; I would the resoluti.in that 1, immediately P"1 jet to some one ttnnccustoined to kind- of tho obnoxious measure, Harrison terms of tlio grant. Of this amoiiultlii nml iiitlru tji.tcni, tliroiik-liou- t tlio iuiiint(s nil tlm )iii.'i- - fmio Ilko to havo this Divine cure; how shall into execution bus passed who aided fnvors how much DENSMnRE TYPEWRITER"." 'i.ru s n mini "Ohl ness,Heavenly It Is to them no mm bu draftingit, itfor he lent It's Datenport In prtscnt deuioeiatio house acres for the Hum, nml icklorti lunllh ami I go to work?" roost ti, iiuiitii or ceuattsct, cwoissati, o, Let me sat,' that it meie had the t plmiil fcu-iulliii-iand lather knows I the In bills icstoiing Cl,:i'.':l,0'.itl Ho said: strrtu;tli, xt him, mi undefined longing, amounts If I could git ter tins Not n sparrow falls to thn ground having Henry C'uWt lodge futlur it. use mid occupancy of tho people, u' "Iiiturllo ImnTlitln" It Southwest and tuniblu distress; I'liui't fur C'ntjrrli It lli H tlio until nincily fir tiuiimn's to nothing. You must have a btout, if this feter would ,1 pjrt( f I could lm without our Hcatenly I'lttbcr's notice; On tho x cry day that tlm Mmiinpolis though tho republican senate refused licit, i:a.t"tl to l'o, nml l Ills that's (7iKiiuiifc7. If It of the hill, tremendous resolution llku tin:, jmmg restored to health, I would all the rest nnd remembering this, let etch ono of convention inlopted ilspli.tform D.ir(n toeonuur in the n.n?olNk,,,,i,wu,.,,!,.e:?u ,,r 'our loe fniU to ur cnio, yc 1 man of the text when lie suid: "I will of my life serte Hod." thus defeating It. President Cleieland us do nil the good xve can If we can not port was undergoing a eioss-r.x.una11.110 your money iui., urlso and go to my father." The feter deputed. He Kot wc' receive tho npplauso of men I ecauso w tion conducted at Washington by s. r httu ted this grand ivork, und before It HALF RATES! Whlcli li tlio liost ti try. If yon lmvn xvns "Oht" V'yh soinoman, "how no know enough to walk around 0,o block. He fall to do some great net, Lft us res David H. Hill, and there iiilimited xxns . finished his ollkial career ...... HoliI by ilnijlla or tnnt liy roml. - rt incijli Inu Hint claims to Imxut tirl r',?l'l.,l!!,"'y,r,,"l"rrl110 1. Roul. 1.. t WV J., T, lfuirllibo, Wurrtu, l'.i my futhw wants me? How do I know, pot well enough to attend to buslncsH. celvn the "Well done, go(sl nnd faithful the authorship of the bill, voliuitc. r,r)g Clllietl. t.iIIC14 1.. IS UKioo iiiuohii'IIO II lllins, no tl or it innllduu Hint h lucliiil liy if I go back, I would be rccelted?' He U well n ' tUltloit Bon.1 ? "."'.I J1'"'"" as uun a ho ever servant; thou hnst been faithful over the information that nt some fui,uU president and Is buckeil by uiiothei iniinnj lo euro yon I Tlio propi ictoii of Ur. ,lr Tn A. ,V. K -I- I. 1410 "Oh!" say some man, "you don't know was. ngos t'ntnrrli lloutctly itKiff lo ctno jour hero h ,1. ),,,,, T(,w'. There few things I will inako tbti ruler over time ho would teiiew thu bill nud urge deinucrattc iiousu thu wink thus begun trlll.H UlilllAUTO ADVr.UTItKIII I'LUAIII or liavo been j yon don't know Is mnn wim mi 0B( H jtliero ClcvrMiiui J'liilii Cntnrili, j'i ftidi mul 1 could pussnge. In this confession and will bu flnl&hcd.. its ..jf many," nnd be more Hiaq Kin,te(.l,tiata Uai . . la Mi trUfistst la tali yay ou W) lu twli. tik. NrH, ,,w,rt2,"OA09 Itl" lioiv for J bine wopUdll you wouldn't lic ,0 vho j tar UW, by UiftttlW I tbU threat U apparent U; tplit( j( Uettlur. ChibUntl Stuiuluvsl, Blttr, l. Hen-Jaiiil- n nt nd-v- M. tnlk that TALMAGE'S SKKMON. iniquities wny to tie If you km I have rominlttcil ' "', '" tno have my I business matters nil arranged, will havo time to attend to religion, nnd 1 will 1)0 a good, thorough, and I soli-ctci- '" v niuiii---"1- "-- ' U-x- I d 1 "'' i arr-io- 1 PRESIDENT. ' 'ejeral n'TRrexslou nnd pnitlsin NlmteuM- - Mr. II111 rivm mm snv. Conipnrstltn I'm! of I In-- I'lrtrlniut nml Hie foiee bill is nud will remain 1. tllal llnrrl.nn AilmliiUlrallniK. The lliirrisoii ndmiitistrntion Is the issue.- - Detroit 1'reo Picas costliest the country has etoi-hnll A TEW COMPAIJIiiONS. lies cost the people of tho country $7 n bend or ?:So n family anntinlly, ns I Igiirrs Mlilrti Will "t Unit lit INr I'nrl. agnlust on average, annual cost of unit Tlio icpiibllenn claim that tpilte n ttU'J for Clot eland and Sd (.1 for the (Sni administration. I'.ven inuch extiiivaganeu was dUptnyed durcompared with tho HarflcM ing the teeei.t session of congress lit Arthur admlnlslmtlon, xxhieii was In w is indulged in by the much, criticised no means us economical ns it might I ft x Hi st cotigtvsH 1ms been met by ml . stateiitents limit ilemH.'rulle hnvo been, the cost of Harrison appeal 'input Nous. Mr. Ilolin.iu, ehitltmnii In Its true light 11s unprecedented Here are official figures gltltig the .i the homo ei ininitUu 011 nppiiipii ns, shows Hint tho amount nppreprl. total at ernge annual expenditures inwas nctilitlly cluding sinking fund and postal sort iled at the Into Ice, and tho average expenditure per Ussbt mote than Sl:i,.ton,njj tbau tho l ropiiiitlous of the preceding sev capita under two republican admlnis m t heii no titer nud harbor bill tratiolis: Leaving out the rlter und Vr I'u'lM Vr Ymr eras pnsseil OxrrlrM Arthur M tl lli.n,m hitlior iippropriati in, the comp.irlsou Harrison . . T 01 HJ.IU in of the Here Is an Increase for Harrison otei shows over J.M.U W.tlJi) In favor appro-pHut of the i the last preceding republican nlmlnls pnsent congrosH. ml tons mndo this joar nearly trntion nmountlugto ftH cents per capita xxns rendiired iinatolditble by per year, or n round SIOJ.OOO.OOJ n yenr l'lfty-llrs- l ismtfivsi We give the figures of inerenso foi ligislatloii ot the Iicnd of inquilatlon Wcnuso Mime for continuing outlays, mid If that republicans endeavor to evade rcspon toiild hate Wen elliultiitteit the total of the present conslbllity for llorrison'.s exlravnganee i for the first saying that "this Is n growing conn gress would have Won less by oxei u)u than Hint of tho last sestiy." The figures per capita show that $11.1,00) the previous congress nud less his expenditures have Increased mttc' sion of above the increase In population. II by 50i,uoo,OiiO nud more than that ol conhas made au Inerenso of 0 per cent the first session of the Kitty-firs- t gress. Kepresentulixes Dookerv and over the per enpltn expenditures nnd com-paover RO per cent, over the totul expend Sabers hate joined In it statement em- i ing the expenditures of the gox tttrcH of the Hnrliebl Arthur tidminb trntion. That Is, ho costs the people ' inent under the democrat 10 administraper cent, n head more than (larficld arl tion of President I'luvel mil with those of the administrations immediately Arthur cost them, nnd in the total year this Inerenso mukes SlOO.OOjew), preceding and following It, The show ing of these figures Is certainly one out or nearly n third of tho total sum exof which thu republican party enn pended mutually under Harllelu and ' make no campaign ctpitttl. N. Y. Arthur. Wo hnve mnde this comparson of Times POINTED PARAGRAPHS. two republican ndminlstratlotx that republicans tnav the liettcr niilersland riatt will not Ik- - satisfied this how costly ate Harrison's Incou.pot. ney year xxlth verlstl promise of offices and radicitlism. Here Is n sim ar from the president, lie wants nothing for three ndmlntstratlinsl'tr (ipltit. 'Vr ftr. less than u mortnge on the federal Argus. U OxrdrlO Arthur niMlHM ... fAlt W 1" patronage. Albany that the republicClctclanil . It appears now TBI lin.mD Unrrlv.n The reader will see here n jre.il In- an campaign in the xxest Is to Is' dicrease In llnrrlson's average amuial rected front Chicago, with an executive expenditures over t'.osc of bdh the committee in charge of one William J CainpWll ns ehiib mnn In the words, iirllcld-.rliu- r Cleveland nm' Hie He xvlll notice ilsolluit of Senator 1'artvell "Is this the haimv- xx hlle Arthur's er capita expendi'ure Cnmpbell," etc ( hu tgo Time. Clet eland redeemed more Wnds is considerably nlnne Ctorelatds, II than HarrUoit, jet t'lexoland's nverage Is much higher tltnn Arl'itirs THE COSTLIEST out-nig- e field-Arth11 $s).-nniu1 1 Law list Harvest Kirtirslnna. siinnuneenienl tlutl Hie Nurih Western Is n lnlglit, tlcserlfllvo nml story-tellin- Up comprising over sm inilrs of llmr-nu- n eipilpiHslrftllwiir.liasitrrniiredtniun iitimWr full of strength and excellence. A dimming description by two nvrnto Harvest lUruriilnns during Ilia nm sef Auuimtnt"! Henbmber, xvlll be Prances A. Humphrey, of Old Plymouth ila 'f received by tlurnn tvlin nro InteresU'd mil Plymouth Hock ns they look toyoung int ilevrlopimnt of HieKienl West nud tlioso who tlculrs Sor tourists under the title ot "X ltetl to vt- w"t,nsxrll ns by produclltit region v Hilt wonderfully Letter Day " A paper by H. (J. W. ntn iisouof Hie yoar when ex.ict demon-m011 "Our Lighthouses nud Light mnn bntundnof thainerli mid rallelfnts ships" ii full of new and Interesting ililalntesltuouts material. Sophie Swelt has rt capital m. o hot sitfaniidprelll leant Chicago en pxrurslmis xxlll Isiys' story of school nnd cricket, "Taf Am. tftltll iltid HenL UTIIi. nnd luketsinn 0110 ferton of New Yoih." "Chrlsty.imi's Ik- - iIinsiM nt the vtiy low rllio ton nd trip to polo Ucratoy Picnic" is by Mary II arte, ell fnie suti. Nmlh ntnl Houlli s it lewn,link t.i. NoCatherwiMid, ami is as bright and home- M iouiiiiir, ( li' iln, Hull, lilalia In.i a, ly ns nre nil her rhiir.uter stories; nn Viiuinim. 'I her xv ll li. itildly every pit' tluil.tr nnd wl.l fwi ciod Siphlo Muy, dear to nil girl readers, has nt nny tliun 1I1I11 twi n f, aieulglil story "Patient Kysle." nnd I, ril ' 11urn pussniro of ptiieliiisa rulllnfor-- 1 finiitdiito Tlierou Hrowii eommeinnrates this bl iioanceriniigrutrs und arniiiRruicnli retileniii.il yenr of the Salem Witch- for wt rx tirsluiis inn li)olitiiliievl upon nllou to nnv rnttiwit l craft by n strong and stirring story of si w 'Himll.O. P T A ,l'liioagjvhoitli. life ut that troublous time, "John U. oru IUIIwhj, Cldengu. Allien' Peril." Alice Williams llroth , HreoNP street itidioUlerer sdtertlses erton contributes u jioetii, "My Pilti i lists-Hnmtitessrs nisy be Inlrlv tins cess," th.it xx ill lu liked by those enl'lillrtJelphia r d rolled in the ranks of tho King's , ..svrd. us "spring s)0ii. D.iiightets Price 20 cents a NumWr; Ilsjr Krxrr. f i 10 .1 year. On silo ut in ws stands, or nil dlrxes this Is tlm most uneotn- sent postpaid on melpt of price, by D. Dr. Hoxsio's Certain Croup (,'uro (.. aide. PitblL-hcr- s, Lorillioi'Covil'AM, Huston. a iHX'ttllnr elleetiipnii tnoi.ieiuliraiiesof li threat nnd 1100 und .ixxslily relieves t'lli.lllll; obstinate ntstudv. lu time, ft irli tyttntt. Mrenls The recent capslrlngof nxesseltlcd linii r sale by nil prouiliient drugitlsU up to a pier In Ilrooklyn Is sufuVlciitly t .uilimilllie slnie. A 1' iioxiir, jiui-Uluttttstinlin this ort to excite comment, N. Y , in I'r and solo propilotor but it is common enough lit ports nlong Iho H.iy of Pundy ntnl Its tribtitnry No wnxnrn tho weatlifr In nt warm, itrenms The usual rise nnd fall of the fioijbcsly la.Us about IL Mkausaslhorans tide nlong the buy Is from forty to fifty Lst. feet and ldgh tide sometimes exceed sixopen Is esse nihl Krrr ty feet. With Hie fall of the tiito all craft (llenn's tlio pores Ntp Joes this to health, Hulphur nro left high, but by uo means dry, Hill's Hulr und Wtiixirr Die, fo rents xvltlt nn area of chocolsto-colorc- d mud nil about them. This mud I too shift"fniTtliirlin failure In which jnti On not ing to hold n vessel In safely, so each tr ti moko ioweUxly happy Ham's Horn. pier Is provided w Ith one or more strong ' CiTiiinii Ci nr l n IIinl.l II wood frnmts called shoes fixed nt the tiki 11 intrriially ro.U I7 linifcUU, and It "Vx a bottom ot the stream or bay. Upon v e s thfj write lots of shoes nil rest at low tide. these mnv W It frequently happens however, that a "vcr is. leimbfitfs. shoo snugly on, vessel docs not get her so to speak, and If n strong wind comes xx hen she Is thus 111 balanced over she goes Into Hie mud to WbttrleJ forty fret under the next rising tides N. Y. Sun. Tlio September Wide Awake T1i g w,n,f?..snTp: 1 first-rH-.- in v.- - 1 "August Flbwer" be-c.u- i -- 1 -- o, ; -- Girls Who Have Push iS-fu- s , 3MI w. SS's Girls who Love at ISESBSI "C'.tc .KsX m i 't imWE&iWM mmi M42 '. H0-4- R 1 "" sy-t?- iWhV'AiP 1 you ngW lives "Mothers Friend" 1 11 j j ft - ii jr H - prx-cur- o iirr ftt-h- y-- liU -- hi li n J Illr-On- i- ' 1 You Needn't Look itp-ei- p, - l. r Nom-iiiIh- t-- 11 -- , 11 11 d in r ' k e - 1 y ....'... n ylXy 1 1 MR ri -- " ir. inn: mw-ir- r. I.XVIIlS-llHIclK- W. L. DOUGLAS -iii-- n. !! Stip-ios- c .... $3 SHOE lrnnlrfd iy , 1 great-heaite- d e, 1 1 l 'a ti -- . AnlCC ib-- ll.iiU-Ht-tri- rli-rtl- 1 nW-yln- n Dlx-lii- 1 1 1 ' l.AKD-.s-u.i- 11 All'f.K-I'irlqtis- & 11 (IIIAIN-Whest-- No. 11 u, SAPOLIO used every . g LAItlJ-blcT- -- h 1 Harvest Excursions GUITARS amdMANDOLIHS ii4il.l.,i.-.'i.uu.inlli-u- a 1 Illwt-a1- to-da- y 1 iin-1- - tt. r Northwest n mi-to- 1 11 - ti.i-7'- w-1- 1 ru jf(BHBBaBPPalWEi51S Jb--P'---' . a,avajs.-i-i- jjstm:3sstmkfu