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'. r aisi r'ff in i rriryr -- nTTTTT' " tL f uf ' . i f KiBCTT WMWm!Siy??Kr:'i t;n ,L JBHIBIUjt. yitj : I rf iiiiwMMaaaih Bfl - -- ,Jkjt, AUu. .w ' i r Tgnr, ,,. : I i , h TVnmFr ,,, .I- .'' ,.i .;r."'W.V"TO ..fc.'UMhjolrta.. I' in !!. ' id.iiiaHfinuit WwiflfllWltiS;;i'l;f'Vv ''' j&lju -- " F ft f " . - . . .navv . THE HICKMAN COURIER. MHihtf Evtri Friday by GEORGE WARREN Hlokman, Kcntuoky. Mn-Juk- THE HICKMAN COURIBBB THl OLDMV miWIPAPm ESTABLISH HI) 1859. IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. 5, 185)3. SKEPTICISM. It FINE JOB PKINTING IM EXECUTED if IBlTim Ul MSMTCL BALK BILLS, wi .trMt, n.it eer te 0ltr Hall ' CEORCC WARREN, Editor. Prlcoof Subscription. 1150 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY.tKY.. FJUDAY. MAY nation n hf win escorted to hla sent. Iooklng over tho bends of the thousands lie fore him, he could wo whole lengths of tho great basin, Its sitrfaco almost bidden from view by gondolas and steam launches loaded down with Kcctiitors. It had been Intended to preface tho sx'i'cb-mnklnwith 11 grand chorus of one thousand voices, but In Its placo was rendered 11 Columbian inarch composed for the occasion by Prof. John 1C. I'alne. Theodore Thomas wielded tho Ixiton, nnd six hundred Instruments nf bis nuthorltV. l '." As tho music died nway tbo blind chaplain of the I'nlted States senate, Ilex. llr. V. II. Mllburn, was led forward to the front platform by his udopteil ibiughtor, Miss Corn Oemley, who biislieeu bis constant nttendnut for many years. The reverend gentleman addressed the Almighty. Ashe letlrcil to bis scat .Miss Jessie Caiithoiil, n hlcago elocutionist of national reputation, In clear, linpresslvo to read tho opening tones, commi-iicei- l f klaiijix of tbc tbu da V. entitled 4rXtorJte.aJ-VvCaJaHljimlvrtltstf n of V. A. Cnirtut, n Journalist nt the national capital. Hearty applause rewarded tho render as she retired. Then Director Ocnirnl Davis urose uftcr Ixiwlng to the e.'iicf magistrate of the I'nlted States. Ills nddit- - dwelt Inrgely on what Chicago had accomplished und the grandeur Ho extended specllle of the fair. welcome to everylxxly, and concluded thus: g il..-ni- ff vol. xxyin. heart day, Infi- ENVSLOPXS, LSTTSR HBADSt BILL HEADS, INYITATIONS. KTC, BTO NO. 27. CALL AJCD BEE VS. OPENING t Of the Greatest Fair Ever Held. Bit ol' Shining Metal Pressed by President. Cleveland's Hand Sets Hie Miles of Mnrhincry anil Shaltlng in Rapid Motion. IV If I. t,nitiir Hie stnllltniln thr Cumin'. Ilnar mill llir hlrxlti tllil.lle'x xlirlrk, on I'xrlli Ilin lie. I a. ml atoinWy hming Whir It. (late. Urrale-lMiiiMT iniiit;piiwwHipMgaiiiijw,,i.il m m I tirovor 7nn'iri, Mnv U'VOUUl'lT president of tin' ('lilted .Slate, liy momlx'rs nf lili oubltict, li high otllol.iNof tin- - various states, by liumcn.usund distinguished lepn'sentit-tlm- i nf hind ni'nN the mm- -, mill by a inorlciin eillronx, might tin mils' i pnxssisl llieotci tili'biiltmi which M't In million tlio mill i iif sb.ifliug, t'C Innumerable engines ii ml inechnnisni mill gearand the hihvriulli nf ing whhh make up the machinery nf 11 to-da-y Jolinvm, llm World t iiliiniblitn cxxsttmi At tlif Mini' moment u salute furlli fuiiii lln K''H'" "' "" Amlrott Ivlnu olT tin- - out iiiiiIit tin U hi waili-t- . tcllixv nml til iii. Out in iniioliiiiory bull n ri'ut nnr iiniM', mill tin' liirrvU of tbo bullil-liil- f tioililiil iix llionliooNlx'nn to turn, Hllll H CMfltlT VIlllllllO of MMIIIll UIIWWu .Nimily all lilc'il lln'ivi bml Ix'i'n n tlmt roiitiiiiiiius muUIiik ilrizlr, 'iii'xxl tin pirlt of tlic orM fiilrof lldili to MnU to I In' ri'io Miint Tin' o'elooU, nbrn niln niiitlinn'il until tlic 0I0111U imrtiit, niul tlmnili a rift farmiT llu- - lulu' lliorw n n (flonitt of rolil miii.IiIiiiv It liiktril only for a linn ever, iiml altlioiicb tlm rnln miimxI, tliu rloinK ktllt bun); mhIiIoii llif rlty. nml lont'rin' front the ctst 'I lin uliul IiIimv falntl ftnpplnt; tin' bnnticn, nml wtbor ilrcorn-tloit- t III it illimnl fnxlilmi, nml rxrrpt on txiulovntiN tlio mini lay tln iixpliH tbU-All ibK Imnrirr nml ilci'p bait ih pltivt Hxn tbf I'titloi'via'.iii of tbc oHMKi'tH.' clll'H wlm I111I ill" t ltm llit oM?uiii); of tin' IImii ivIi'iim.)! ilrl iiHitrrtiil pl;ti.ilfrom tlulr t it mmihi; niniiiU In MIclilrTan v't'ii i'MNitluil linn VlopM 000 mil t, it 1 k Hi'fort' tin llrl faint .trcnViMif lli;lit In lb? fitt'i'li tiy brnililixl tbo nj pnntcb of tln ilawn tin iloun toirn ttrcotx trt' HtJr Crmvl rn- Imrry I L. villa, uail in !... OK I", it iiiintM .l.tnjili. i,iiiI linitlt "i 111,. ,ni ,ii niul HfM kMra mhI tbo ijblr liin-- ucri' iltH'burjrtnif bwnl after bnil of wxvti (,'it tit Uw Intmx'olriin of M i"lltm nml lvilli' ntxt nhtnir Miinrm' Hln-i'- l from Irrurtxirtt to tb lube. OrHrnfi'xnil ntnttlbiifce Ixh to liun iIimiiibIi llio ontli utilo numiirx, ami xxlrtrl.in In M't tbi!r face mmiIIiiiiii-ilbr illnftbui of .Inrkoon pib llnunal tin- - an Itiitfti Mi,vl olatlun of tbp IlltnoU ((Html nunl tin' t'niilx unit l.r .1 tunnk Ix'irun to tv tbo nppriwebp-- t tbo vtailnct 'I bo blncW ultb panplr Cnniii, lnt on of llio Sntilli tn.H!t rir1v Wxlcci"! ul"" '""I rotil ilonplte tbo fa ot thai Urn liitin ovory itilnnto lofl for tbc fair k10"'"'"'' IbonMvuMi oonllimoil Jim 011 tbo'talrs Tbo Iii. iMUb'il olT of lH'tiplo. l.vctiiTiloii trilim from nearby xilnt. nml llio roifulur Mibiirbati tnilii on fait. ,.u ''" - . i x ht n-arl- 1 flr tiiilat. tboii-MllIl- orrryniull Nino n'rlool. vi to nblo mdiim of tmii.fntiiill'iii obioli'x AH lit fullevt wore pnMxl Into orvuc fnnn mill orofcU ombl ironoil on tbolr to tbo Innnblo but mt panoW, Iciiiblo oxprpa aeon. Onnilf to tbo wnall Mrt tnVon by tbo military In tbo ilav' loroinonloi. tbcro uat llltlo mimibliitfiiiiil coiinloi m.ircb luff, mnl tbo ulni'la worn loft frco for tbc (Tiont Ixxly of Chilian Tboro cro tbo vuiiom nwil biiiiicbl tliyu-Mini- tbol ap-icll- v lon miiiio bail bronchi br.ii bimUuitb thorn, nml llicvr blaroil ami tootoil up ml ilown tbo princlpil llionniRbfurcv Miiall lMinml iillom. Most nf tbo oour.lon iipllt ii) Into ninall tboy louohoil tbo iloitA, ami pirllo the cio lefttohlft for tbom-ol11 ilolpiilionx fromolbor townnbn o As in o'o1ik:W- - tbo hour for tbo open ilri'iv near tbo rush oxrrolM nsiibi'il Itx holRbt, Mibslillni; Miortly nftor tlmt. I'nmi ibivllKlit Mlrliltrnn nioimo, tbnl ffnm gateway to tlm fair, tbo prtilp nf llio oily, wax nlivo ivltb in'ilotrlan-- i ami volili'lox of nil ilosoriptlonv cIiwiii'-t- x on tbo !r. their alcopin tbo fociunl I'iMir of tbo Aiiilitoiiiiiu, 1I11I.H of Wnirftin nml Ills p.iitl', cioii lHfcito tboy bail nrivn, roulil boar tbo rontlniiimxniiubloof wboolx, tboboirn' (lioutsnf tbo ilrlvLTMiml llio obiltor of IH'iUtrluiK, 11ml ubon, tbolr wcoml loop thus rtithU'hsly illsturboil. they nroM' nml iIhmv npirt tbo riirt.ilna of a tbo uliiilowx, tboy oonlil loolt oxp.ui'-i- ' of jrioon hwanl, lltorally lihioU with people Ily tlm time tbo meiil mix oonrlmleil h.ul put In tm tboeoininltteeof nppoiiranci', ami after Krootlnp. bail been I'M'lintiKort tbo moiiilxTx of tbo lineal pirty wi'iu hbomt to tbolr Itiff 1 tat in It was S '10 when the party left tbo Amlltoriuni. nml ten minutes later they were hluklnir liamN with IVenlilont Cleielaml In the blue pallor of the baml-.bal(lnt- ? Tho chief rxeoutlio lilmM'U bail Ix'on up with the larh. was In prop-roWhile tho Vlccrrcxlileiit Stovcnson nml his party put In nu apH'arnnco, On their heolx, llteially tal.lnjr tho hotel by htonn, ennui thonieinbcn,of tlm n.itlnn-n- l cominlsxlon ami tlm fair illrectorx, ivbo worn to net us liost nml escorts to o tlm uUtliirfii.ohoil (fiiesUnn this mem-ornbl- il.iy. was In tbo Meanwbllu course nf fm ma tlon on the uv untie, uortb of Its IntorMTtlon with Twenty-secom- l prix-osslo- At tbo heail, to clear the way, anil mounted ' Imndhoinn chaiKorb, whn platoon of pay coated Ninth Tnrh llehlnd them, in tbolr brand-nolilue ttnlforiiiN, eamo a detachment of city pollen on horselueU M) of them, win, Comnml III" iilueast. ISlD-- l I" pany It of tho Seventh I'nlted .States cavnliy, tinder command of dipt. I!. A. Vuritnin. and Compiiny K of tho Sev11 1 street. enth I'nlted States avulry, tinder of Ctipl. I. It- - llnre. ltfcinulned for t)io fouith dhlhlon, coin-mau- d Ilcv. Dr. Tfilmngo on Sunday choso for his subject: "Over All Forever," tho Unmans Ix., S: "Christ came, text sv,o ovor nil." Tor 4,000 years tho world bad bon wnitlng for a deliverer waiting while empires roso and fell. Conquerors eamo nnd made the world worwi Instead of making It lettcr, ttlll tho centuries watched and waited. 1 hoy !xilced for i, him on thrones, looked for him in looked for blm In imperial rolies, looked for him nt tho bead of jirmles. At lust they found Him In v. barn. The cattlo stooil nearer to II Im than the impels, for the former were In the stall, vvbilo the latter were In ciutulhA TrB44tirXof peaiHli Aortxinifnr Mint In the Inn, necnuse stand. there xvns no ono to pay the hotel exIt was n wonderful sccno of pense. Vet the pointing star nnd the nnd amid it all ennnons connngelic cantata showed that Heaven tinued to thunder nnd the crowd to made up in appreciation of bis worth cheer. Then the band played "Amer- what tho world hacked. "Christ came, ica," and the exercises were at on end. who in over-ni- l, Ood blessed forever. The Columbian exposition was open to Amen." tho nations of tho world. Hut w ho is this Christ w ho eamo? As to the difference lxtween different de THE ELECTRIC PLANT nominations of evangelical Cbrlstlnns "A nit now. In this rrnlral city of ihli great At the World'. Fair Cnn.l.t. nf the LargI have no concern. If I could, by the triulMc, on llm comlmnt ill..co)tri4 bjrColuin est NunitM-- r of Dynamo. Rver I'l.ced turning over of my hand, decide whethbun, whose dltlnulshist ilrn endar ts rc tri T.sether. nil the world shall tit lnstlx llaptlst, o,txJ, n,? i,f J? Uy rntus Inr honorwl gti'itx of our nstlon, it on jr (Iiiicamo, May World's fair er Congregational, or n m.ilnx for toil, Mr I'rt.Mpnt, If In - your uln )lant consists of the largest or Metbixllst, ororPresbyterian, I would electric lh- - niwultlon Imrc prenmlrd rotnmfn Ion nplseopalinn, urate wits hxt thn worlil should eipr" ' ntfiiberof electrical dynamos that were not turn my linnd. Hut there nre docour Krr.t countrr. to direct thai It hill vt v w Afaa:,vnswr?iiMl&aw& ever placed together for one Individual cfntst to the pulillc and whrn jou touch th s lighting plnnt. It consists of twelve trines which nre vital to the jujuI. If C hrist be nofii (lod, we nro Idolaters. minlc r this ponilrrou. machtnrrr "III .tart power Incandescent In It. rrrolutlon and tho aclirrnf . of the eo. 10,tX) CJirlstologlcal question I devote anil, technically speak-lu- To this Upht machines, illl 'iilll tsln." tnvsi'lf Ibis illuming, nnd pray God that caparepresents a maximum IIvmih tbo turn of the president of IX ITtDNT Ol' Till: UiMINlNTHATIO.V III IM)I.NU wo may think aright and do aright In 250,000 of nearly the I'nlted States to present himself, city regard to a question in which mistake lights, or alxaut nnd he slowly arose from his seat and million lampv This enor- Is Iinllnlte. tho ftx'clal esroit of tho occaolon to Mongolians mid Afrio.inx, mid,liip mid swept Ills eyes, tirst over the oocupuils of suppose that the majority of those eutbii'-liisl,iiiliiiiilirx, anil Mixirs, mid I'erslans, of the platform nnd then over one of mous plant was contracted for by the to a climax britiK the assembled liellevo the This foin th illvixlon wax the (I iM true Dahoiiioy village and a Japanese the grontest audiences that man ever World's fair with the Westinghouse hero lllble. It requires ns much faith to be -- Nnr'Ibev npNnnil for tin r t camp, past tho blue grotto of I'aprl and faced. 'I ben there went up n cheer eleitrlc nnd manufacturing Co., of Infidel as a Christian. It Is faith In tlimi In tlnlr Aiiieiicaulcd ItuxsUti uni , the Moorish palace, Iho.lap.inexosottlc-meiit- , that seemed t lu'otli'ib) the I'ltuburgh, I'n. Kncli Individual ma- an direction. Tbo Christian has and the Zoopruxlxoopo under the bull I'nf b ml him, and which lever- - chine illustmtcs the lntost develop-mci- a different tho teachings of Matthew, forms. 'I Inns were six kcoro of tin m faith in of the electrical industry in the mouulcdoiiuiiirrnillceiit black cliarfrrn captive balloon, unit through n lane I ilcd through tho grounds like the Luke. John, Paul, Isuinh, Moses. The femalo iK'autles of rattling of musketry. funned of twoM-ornml 01 cry man a olnuL wod. The dynamos are the largest Infidel hns faith In the Twontv truuix'ton borabbxl tie ajv half as many nations. Kicti the lions I Jam here to Join mr fillow clltr'ns In thr thn,. hnvo ever been mnde by any Wo have faith in one class of men. proacb of tbo lliiss.irs.nflor wblilifiiiiu' and tijrorw and the panthers, fiesh from coiiitratiilalliin. which IwBt this occatloa Sur company, tho Individual capacity Amerlcin of rich one Iwlng more than double They have faith in another class of Tnxip A of tbo Illinois National pmnls. the wibls of Afilcn, roared and howled rounded tiy thesiuiwndou. resuKa ofof the majority of those, view Tbo p.ix.wxlon of caril.njos m lul n welcome its llu troops nml carriages I rntrrprl.e and actltltr. and In.kill andmaircin whit has ever been attempted before In men. Hut ns those here nsMMiibled.arc Intclllof American rent evidentperhaps ull of tlvi- way of electrical construction. by a vehicle eiintnlnintf tbo National jkissiiI by. genre, wo need not fear that lhce congratula lllblo as n standard of ttiil,-- i h'he mnchlncs nro operntod on the willing to take tho cuiiiiiiliwionera Tbo triumphant entry Into llio great tlons will lie enumerated in morals and in faith, I make this In the presence of the olde.t susti-rOi-We stand al- It, Daiikiiml I) ll.lliirnlinmr.il-rix-n-rls- . while oily was now in order. As tho known ns tho Wostlnirhouse sUirtlng-polngreat world emerged from .Mid-- I nations of tho we here and point to the allow I titrnntlng current system. Of these book my you bond of exhibit, asking no I suppose are aware that the two achleremenls n detach-in-iIt was the liimit.r ay I'lnlxiinoe It was met by Wo who twelve mammoth machines, six arc dianre on the score of south generals who have marshaled the great nl t .1 accomeducation and rectly connected that Is, they nrc of the Columbian guard, popular that bionlit out the otithuslHsui that believe against the deity of Jesus Christ In It bis f.ieo lowi r panied by Col Ilice and hixMalT, who tho stimulation of the tx st lmpulci of our cltl clupicd to 11 steam engine with-if- nnnles are Strauss nnd Itcnan. 'I he number of of tho proud 1111..I ' fiom this point tixik tbo right of line. tens lead the way to a sal tbo president of tbo any belting, ns was formerly tho their slain w ill not Ik; counted until the .National denllny which our faith promises, States, and on the opx-.l- Slowly tho procession moved nroutul jrltd'y welcome the opportunity hero afforded instom. The other six machines are, nrchnngel sounds the Tliey were li,i tlm Woman's biiiblliig nml the higiHrn, 1. to see the results accomplished by effort. ljiwever, connected to steam en- - trumpet of the other piunidculs. Those l of tho resurrection. t r.ilinor, of the Worn ' boral ball and tbelxsiiilifiilstrue-titr- e which hao been cuerted lonjer than ours In- .p'nes by lent T. Two of these latter men nnd their sympathiors. saw that If slmprnicmenls. while In ap- ..--o driven by the largo liioibinn cominlsxloii. nml II II. Il.in ilevoled to niliira mid mining. Hero tl.o Held of roan we destiny tho fortress of the eihlbll tho unparalled ad Ixitbnm, of the World's Columb h x it veered In tbo oast crossing the in- preelatlto return wonderful ncrompllvhments of jorsc power Allls engine, while the thev could vaurenient and could destroy ChristianVice I'resliloul Slew i in stallation tiack, mid ili'sonlx-- a rlgnig ' a younS nstlon, and prcnenl the triumphs of a other four are connected to Westlng-bous- c miracles they usitlon ity, and they were rlghL Surrender reliant nd ln.lei-ii.Worlil x fulrexproi-ilent- s building. iilioi!e rixlo with to tbo Ailmlulsti-atloIdea of the miracles engines. To gel h r nil you surrender l,j man ,1. ISntfix mid Will ni T Now omeiging fnnn the eastern en- We hate built then, uplendld edifice., but we 10 mammoth proportions of this elecc n popu German ho Itabor. S'crrtary nxl' ill trance. It moved townnl the pint form haioalsn built the magnificent fabric of are tric lighting plant, it may 1ms Interest- Christianity. 'I all greatmiracles were lar government, whose grand proportions tho says that ,11. from vvblah the formal ceremonies weio arm thrournul the wnrliV We have made ing to learn that even London, Tarts, National t'oinmisxloner myths. The jjreat Trench cxegeto IVnn. Secrftnry Carltso )iltb , nlfleil, to Ik coniliii'lixl. I'roin tbo center of and here gather ttui.lher object, of u.e and iterlln, Vienna or New York have noth- says r that nil tho mlraol ing even half ns largo to boast of. And legends. They pnijxisu to Like everyy . sire of thing tc reallo tho enormltv of tho from tho lllble. these lightning dynnmos, It may bo They prefer tho miracles of human non- weighs seventyfivo j scn, ,( t,e j,ior:ous miracles of Jesus s"itcd that each t his, and stands nbottt eighteen feet Christ high Thev say there was no miraculous birth in Hcthlehem, but that it Is all a COLUMBUS' REMAINS. fnnclful storv. lust like tho story of ot In Chicago, but Ar. 7ealonsly Hoarded t;ornulus said to hnvo been born of Rea I n Uomln,;o. I, the City of x MaI g,, , nn(j fc no Th , .Nr.w OKic, May , ,t n onl thc m K L. of the Dominican re, , ash of a Unten. They public, In a letter to the American peo-fc raIracu,ous maklnff of pie relative to ho story from Chicago .,,1, bllt mt it Is a corruption of tho that an attempt had been made to teal t t.onty ,oaTCH o th t EHshn the ashes of Lolumbus, deposlte.l n a ,iri , . ,lllnilml .., TI;cv MV tho nwin of the sacred convent, La Kablda, water wns never turned Into wine, but says "I feel called upon to declare that it Is a corruption of the story that oirlcially that the precious remains of tho Egyptian plague turned the water Christopher Columbus, who discovered blood. They say it Is no won- America, are now In the city .Into that great sweat Christ tier of s.m Domingo, honored nnd guarded I drops Ho blood; had been of xv ilh renlous reverence nnd care ns out In the night nlr unit was tiiuen sacied trdVt nnd obligation by suddenly ill. They say that there government which I have tbo honor w ere no tongues of tiro on the heads of the My government has reto represenU the disciples nt tho Pentecost; that jected with indignation several propo- there was only .1 great thunder storm, run r.iiu.i miMim, woru. sitions to remove tho remains, and will nnd the nlr w us full of electricity which ? I. Manufactures nnd Liberal II Terminal Station. nlnavs look upon any suggestion of snapped nnd flow nil nround nbout Hall-CIS Machinery Arts rostll foi,(vi that kind ns unworthy of serious con- llio heads of the disciples. They say Mill 000. it Ooiernmcnt-l'iu- -t 1100,000. 14. Agricultural-Co- st . sideration. A magnificent monument that Mary nrd Mnrtha nnd Christ felt n.tierb s -- t'ost .XMm IV Pcrl.lyle. 4 Art Palace t'lMtlrwuiX in the principal plaza of SL Domingo, It Important to get up nn excitement 1ft. Palry. N Illinois ivwtfjfoiixi 17 Port .try. ft. Woman'. in front of the cathedral. Is to be erect- for thc forwarding of their religion, Cost ll,0. 15. McMonnle'a Fountain. 7 Ilortlcultural-Oott3"00- no ed, u hero It is hoped that thc sacred nnd so they dramatized a funeral nnd 10. Casino S. Transportation Cost ITOOUO. relic will rest undisturbed for mnny l.iunrus played tho corpse, nnd Mary 50 NaialKihlblt. tJ,-(tllnia and Mining-Co- st 51 Live Slock Pavilion. centuries to come. That tho remnlns und Martin pl.ijed the weepers, and K. Content of l.s ll.blda. 10 rirctrlclty of t olmnbus are In San Domingo, ns Christ was tho tragedian 1 11 Administration put It in Cost V1 OM. 3 Agricultural Annex. salxive stated, is indisputable. The cvl-d- i my own words, but this Is the exact Is so nmplo nnd conclu-su- e me therefor morning of their statements. They say iituii's-icvii- : viirjw. that no Intelligent person who ex the lllble is ti spurious book, written by amines can thereafter entertain tho superstitious men. backed up by men beauty, the products of American skill and In slightest doubt. judlcinl-liNililiitieorgo V Mnsey. of tho platform proHT then' bad who died for tlmt which they did not llciix-r- t uith o root I'd a sxh'IiiI stand, and upon this vcntion. but wu haieal.o made tnenwborulo Dclnwaio, Secixtary M asliliigloii Oppresslrely Quiet. themselicii. believe. t iry Ilol.o were cbalts for Piesldent Cleveland, t et us bold fast to thn meaning that under Charles II Scbw.tb. Seen Washington, May 2. Tho quiet nbout Now 1 take back the limited stateof West Virtbo duko lies this reu ninn), and let us not lose the Im tho capital for a week has been almost Stevenson, Smith with .1. W. M Clair, ment which I made a few moments ngo, Veiagii.t his party, nnd prcsMvcnc. of this moment. As by a touch nnd ginia, nnd llnalh SwlmV Motion of I said it requires as much faith to ns oppressive ns that Is descrlled to Ixs w to th.s tho mxchlneri Hint the higher mitlonnl nnd IihmI olllcers rt Ion Is now set In gives life so at Ihsvast expo- which follows a sudden cessation of K'hen intldel as to lie 11 Christian, It with Director II II stone motion, same Innn The Anieilean continp it lmving of tho fair. Iminedl.itelv in tbo rear stant let our hox-- and aspirations awaken tiring In battle. There is much curios - ' requires thousand fold more faith to thus led tho way, tho llilm or foreign wen' llio Milton-- , iisMgnod to the rum I.kI- - InalS time to ro-- .c ih.V: Influence itvto soo wlictner tno return, ot tno ' bo nu intidel than to lx a ( lirlsiian, lor of tho dlplomutic turps, while tho welfare, thc dignity and the freedom of piesldent Tuesday will bring back tho (f Christianity demand division, was imiugiirati'l with the that the whale . fourteenth carriage. 'I his isinvtipled to their light mid left oilier ollieials mankind. filled tho hotels before swallowed Jonah, then skepticism de I'pon table nt his left hand wns the crowds which by tbo duke of Verngna, the llwt vice and guests were ranged, llehlml these city. m.tndsthat Jon.ih swallowed thewhulet were plaicd the orchestra. In fionl of button, the pressure upon which wan to ho left tho president of the commission, 1 can prove to you that Christ was God, Tin, Cuban Uprising. start the machinery, nnd make tho Waller, of ( onuoctloiit, the llist all was provision for some 300 11 WAN A, May 2. A considerable mil- not only by tho supernatural appear-unc- i' opening of the exjiosition an of the press. vice piesldent of the exposition I'enl oil that ( hristmas night, but by fact. It was nn otdln.iry itary force'has left for llolguln, and W Heck, and (ommaiidcr Dickens of It was an inspiring scene that met Inspitcd men said of Him, by the 1'illled States army. the vision of the chief executive of the form of Victor telegraph key of gold more troops w III W sent before Tlutrs- - what He says of Himself und by His day. Tho rebels nro K'Ueved to Ik: what sex appeared for the tlrst The fair neither so numerous nor so iH'lllgcrent wonderful nchiovemonts "Christ came, time In the vehicle that followed, the nswus nt first reported. Tho govern- who Is over nil." Ah! does not that Ix'lng in'iuled duchess of Venigun ment Is contident that they will bo dis- provo tin) much? Not over the li?f;:Ll-i---M- -Y by Mtv Potter Palmer, who .lid tho J 1'ii's.irs, not over l'tederlck, not over persed speedily. honors as piesldent of tho Ixurd of lady Alexander the Great, not over the Hen Milt lilo. Unity Found. managers, and by Mrs. Commander r,s, not over .tho Louises'. Yes. Pile lhni.NT Pi.kax.v.nt, W. Vu., Mny 2. Dickens. nil the throne of nil the uges together, Whllo the crew of the Samuel Miller 'llio ducal jwrty wns sticcinled by my text oversp.ius them us easily were attending her fleet at the lauding and rainbow ovorspansu mouutuin-toby nmbasMilor to I'linlngch us . Dnglnml Thomiis K, llayard ami , , i.ey luseoverei. u.e oouy ... .',.ss ' Then im.r llU, Kinma Garland caught on the breast ., .... , . . ., ;.. , to llelgliim Lambert Tree, ,,,..,.. .... that ull things were MnJ.-Cc!iie. She was towed ashore and (oro Miles und aids, Vilmlnil ihe Gberardi and aids, nnd Gov. Mrcll. tier llarbee summoned, who pronounced made by Him. Does not that pn.ve tix. It suicide, caused by sickness. Tho carriage of Mayor Harrison who much? Could it Ixj that He made the of wns accompanied by three memtx-rKilled by Lightning. .deditominean, that He made the Illack Ixjard of uldeiuieu, brought up tho tint K.Noxvil.l.K, Tenn., May '.'. Mrs. W. . Wil, tlmt, lie m.liio liie Aiiaiitic, 1110 ... extreme rear. H. Peck, one of the most prominent cm,., tlmt lie inndo Mount Lebanon. As the prix'esslon moved aotitbwnnl Indies of MoMtnn county, wns killed by that lie madu tho Alps, the Sierra NeMleblg.iu iiveutie, enteritis 011 lightning Monday afternoon ut 4 vada, that llu made thu hemispheres, plalsance through the westerO o'clock. She was In tho telegraph that lie made tho universe'.' Ye. The g.itewny, It was itttended by mi almost nt Grady talking to the operator, lllblo sitj ho, nnd lest we be tin) stupid unbroken illapison of cheering l'l when the bolt came which killed her. to understand, John winds up with the foreigners welcome them. Up und says magnificent reiteration Whisky fun. it it. '' iHiutidarles of tlm plalsanco tin Cr.AtlKSVll.t.K.Tenn., May 2. Whisky "Without llimwii not anything made come had been distinctly Am num. was nt the Ixittom of fatal stabbing that was inndo." Then lie wus God but from hern on to the gates ll was of '1 be lllblo ay at tho 11.11110 of Jesus lit Dover, near bore. Morgan Edwards V.ihs It decided cosmopolitan llnvor nnd Harvey Miller, inch nged is, bosom rvory knee shall ixnv. All Heaven ground prostrated themselves on the friends, quarreled .Miller plunged a niti't come down on Its Uncos, apostles and cried iiloud to Alhih, t'!ngih'C ' kulfu several times Into Edw mils' wu their knees, tho archangel on his long, while flowing rolies deseillxd hem t, causing instant death. Miller is kliios. Ilefme whom? man'.' No, lie with their aims und sjiuiil'lci". Is u ( oil. 'I he lllblo say every tongue nijnll. Kunuchx stood in line with beau "'s "' M.iI.imiii, shall lonfesh- - llorneslun, llirii- - llrntlirr- - Dnmnril. tho liaiviu, and the donkey bo 'f ''" young Mexican, Itulli.u, Spanish, Persian. K.Nowii.t r, Tenn., May eoniP'"1' hnelt besldo'hls Every tongue shall confess. new boil In tho LlU 'Mi men were testing Ion. Nolachuky river, iienrGroonevllle.wheii To w hoi. God, The lllblo s.iyb l hi 1st The street in Citito was emptlel ' "s nnd foi' ut stonlnj, it capsied. Tlneo brothers Aluliev,, t' 0 ,111.0 I lesldents, und the Eskimo 10I010 did, Vie and T homus Jones- - weio drowned. Is that I'b'iiivintetihtle of Iii.niaiilt v '.' ba'1.' '" not even leave the Their father lost hU life iu a similar wo not btiligo.' Dix's not the Ixxly endoors. So thepioecssio'i slovl, iimiud tirely oliiiniri) In seven yi ar.' Hoe & luun icr opiim.sg i:xini(.isi:s. IU way past groups of Algol i.ws and not thu mind change? Doc not the fell-back pnl-nectrans-formatio- Instead of steel, nnd n button of Ivory instend of rublier. As llio hist wonls fell from his lips he prisseil the button This was tho signal for n demonstration At one nnd the same Instant thi audience burst Into a thundering shout, the orchestra pealed forth the strains oj the llnllnlujah, the wheels of tho great i:il!senglno In machinery hall commenced to revolve, the electric fountains In the lagoon threw their torrents toward tho sky, a flood of water gushed from the McMonnles fountain, and again into the basin, the thunder of artillery came from the vcv.els In the lake, tho chimes in Manufacturers' hull and on the German biilldlnir ranp; out a. merry peul, and pierhead tho flags at the tops of poles ip front of the platform fell apart nnd rrrraled two glided models of the ships in which tvontinbus nrst satica to American shores. , At tbo same moment hundreds of flnrs of all nation and nil colors were utAirled within sight of the platform. The' largest was a (Treat "Old Ulory," WUJ! VU .r'racnfril MteJmmJfit. toportiic center slntT in front or tno to-to- Requlrci More Faith to be an del Than a Believing Christian. A gnostics Prefer Miracles nf Human Nonsense to llio Olnrlnii. Achleiinienls of r. by Itev, Jesus T. lleMItt Talmage, D. I). Clirlst-Cermon mmmmmm wMWmwm fti 2.-- Tho mmwmmmiwww' ' Vi-- -- lncan-desie- y 11 f. clec-trlc- il - - l)ln-cto- r o I y ll ' jt ,i in roll-cal- Ix-lt- d tn 1. 1 cxe-get- tlix-xba- Oai-Wfo- -- , - 11 TUi ?R3j3t?l-ilsV- fiCfe oat 1 - - In-e- n ,1 s 11 11 il-MB tw H 11 p s J I '' 11 1 11 11 11 sleek-coate- d 11 vsRrmiiflPsss -- 2i taken up, and If the boy hod five loaves l'hiloeoprtcrs say that tho law of ' at the start, I warrant you he had nt frrarltAUon, iifcmes everything, and least ten nt tho close. that thf centripetal and centrifugal Tho Saviour's mother goes Into ft the world from clashing neighbor's house to help get np a wedforc nnd from demolition. Hut I'nul says ding party. Ily calculation she finds that ChrM's arm Is tbo axle on which out that the amount of wine Is not suffievery thlK, turns, and that Christ's cient for tho guests. She colls In hand Is' the sotVet In which everything Christ for help, and Christ, not by the la set Mark the words, "Upholding slow decay of fermentation, but by a upholding nil thlngg by the word of word, makes 130 gallons of pure wine. Ills power." Then He must lo a (lod. He turns a Marine achievements. TheaJookattvhntChrlst says of Him-Be- whole school of fish Into the net of Sent, certainly every one must men who were mourning over thoir onderstml himself than any poor luck, until the boat Is so full oae else eep understand him. If I ask they have to halloo to other boats, you wbefWJoii were born, and you tell and the other boat come up and they 1 wis born In Chester. are laden to the water's edge with the me. Enrlandi or, "I waa Wit In game, so that the sailors have to bo Olaajfow, Scotland," or "I was Ixjrn cautious In going from larboard to d Vr Dublin, Ireland," or "I was born lest they upset the ahlp. Then Orleans, tho United States. there comes a squall down through the In Jfew YoaP'lnvrarr.inof Integrity, I should mountain cronre. Gencsarot with lontr bell van. (. I asked you how many I locks of white foam rises up to battle poUBuU fTaVi ei lllil lift, nnd von xtinnlil It. nnit Iti twial drrma Into l tmticrn ttjnkl lift too pounds, or 200 land ships a sea, and the loosened sails "V .Tjovjtncva,'! ahonld' believe l crack ln .tba.trnmado.Knd Christ rises .! ait - jsltsfsiie s a mailer personal wj yotrr- - I comes walking across tho staggering iu KHOW ucuer man any one telUYou. If 1 ask how much ship until he comes to the prow, and - there He wipes tho spray from his estate are vouirorth, and you say 110,000 or 1100,000, or $500,000, I believe brow and hushes the crying storm on w hat you say. Who than tho kneo of His omnipotence. Von know nny one else. Now, Christ must know w rcstled down that cunxilydon? Whoso better than pny ono else who Ho Is nnd feet trampled tho rough Galilee Into a what He Is. When I ask Him how old smooth floor? He Is He says: "Ilefore Abraham was, I Let philosophers and anatomists go am. Abraham had been dead 3,028 to Westminster Ablxjy and try to wake years. Was Christ 3,028 v ears old? Yes, Queen Klimbuth or Henry VIII. No He sajs He Is older than that "Ilefore human power ever awakened the dead. Abraham was. I am." Then Christ sajs Thero is n dead girl in CnpernBUin. "I am thc Alpha." Alpha Is the first What does Christ do? Alas! that she letter of the Greek alphabet, and Christ should have died ao young and when in that utterance declared: "I am tbo A the world was so fair. Only twelve year of agol Keel her cold brow and of the alphabet of tho centuries. Can a man cold hands. Dead, dead! The house Is Then Ho must be ft God. Ik- - In a thousand places at onco? full of weeping. Christ comes and He "Where two or three are gathered to- takes hold of tho hand of the dead gether in My name, there nm I in the girl and instantly her ejes open The white midst of them." This cvetyvvheratlve- and her heart starts. blushes Into tho ness, is It characteristic of a man or of Illy of death God? And, lest we might think this roses of health, bhe makes into the Who Ho arms of her rejoicing kindred. w herntlvcness would cease. gws on and He intimates that He will w oke up that denth? Who restored her be In all the cities of tho earth Ho will to life? A man? Tell that to the lunabo in Kurope Asln, Africa, North and tics in Vloomlngdalo asylum. It wns South America the day be fore tho world Christ, the God. Hut there comes a test which more burns up. "LoI I am with you always even unto the end of the world." Why, than nny thing else will show whether He wns God or man. You remember then, He ranst be. a God. passage which says: "We Hesldes that He takes divine honors. that gn-a- t He declares Himself Lord of men, must all appear before the judgment angels and devils. Is He? If He is. He seat of Christ" Tho earth will bo Is a God. If He Is not He Is nn impos- stunned by a blow that will make It thc stars will cir-cl-o tor. A man comes Into your stfire to stagger liko dry leaves in nn equinox; the morrow morning. He says: "I nm thr of Liverpool; 1 have earth will unmll the bodies, and tho great built hundreds of ships." He goes on sky will unroll tho spirits, and tho soul to give his experience. You defer to and liefdi w 111 come into incorruptible him us a man of large experience and conjunction. Day of smoke and fire great possessions. Hut the next day and darkness and triumph. On one side, j on find out that he Is not the great piled up in galleries of light, the one of Liverpool, that he never hundred and forty and four thousand, built a ship, that he never imiit un.v yea, the quiutlllions of tho saved. On thing. What is he then? Anlmpostor. the other side, piled up In galleries of Christ savs He built thi? world; He darkness, tho frowning, the glaring built nil "things. Did He build them? multitude of those who rejected God. galleries lletween these two piled-uIf lie did He Is God. If flo did not He a throne, n high throne, a throne standis nn impostor. A man comes Into wmr place of busi- ing on two burnished pillars Justlco, ness, w itb a Jewish countenance nnd a Mercy u tlirono so bright you had betLCornis accent, and says: "I am a ter blue your eye lent IVbo extVngnvaSaed I.othschilu, the Imnker of ixmilon; I with e.Yce.ss of vision. Hut it la nn. bnve thc wraith of nations In my pock- empty throno. Who will como up and et: I loaned that large amount to Italy take it? Will you? "Ah. no!" you sav "I am but a child und Austria in thvir perplexity." Hut after n whilejou find thnthe hns never of dust; I would not dare to climb that loaned nny money to Italy or Austria; throne." Would Gabriel climb It? He that he never had a large estate; that ilnre not. Who will ascend It? Here he Is no banker at all; that he owns comes one. Ills back is to us. lie goes nothing. What Is he? An Impostor. up step above step, height above Christ Rajs He owns the cattle on a height, until He reaches the apex. thousand hi'K He owns this world; He Then He turns around and faces all naowns the next world; He owns the uni- tions, and we all sec who it is. It Is verse; He is the banker of nil nations. Christ, the God, and nil earth, and all Is He? If He is, He is a God. Is He Heaven, and all hell kneel, crying: "It is a God! It Is a God!" Wo must all not? Then He Is nn Impostor. A man enters the white house at appear before tbc judgment seat of Wnshington He says: I nm Emperor Christ. Oh, I am so glad that It is a Divino William, of Germany; I nm traveling Incognito: I have come over hero for Heing who comes to pardon all our sins. recreation .ind pleasure; I own castles to comfort all our sorrows. SometlmcH In Dresden and Herlin." Hut the presi- our griefs nro so great they ore beyond dent finds out the next day that he is iny humnn sympathy, nnd we want not Emperor William, that he owns no Almitrhtv svinnathv. Oh. ve who cried castles at llerlin or Dresden, that he ull lost night because of bereavement has no authority. What is ho? An or loneliness, I want to tell you it is an impostor, Christ says He is the King omnipotent Christ who Is come. W hen tho children ure In thc bouse over all, the King immortal, invisible. If He In He is a God. If He is noL He and the mother Is dead and the father has to be more gentle In the home, nnd Is nn impostor Strauss sau that alternative, nnd he he has to take tho office ot father and tries to get out of it by saving that mother, and it seems to mo Christ looks Christ wns rlnful in accepting adora- out upon your helplessness, and Ho tion nnd worship. Kenan tries to get proposes to lxs father and mother to that Christ not you soul, lie comes in the strength ot out of it bv through nnv fault of his own, but the one, In the tenderness of tho other. through the fault of others lost Ills Ho says with one breath: "As a father purity of conse.enee, and ho slyly Inti- pitlcth his children, so the Lord pltteth mates that dishonorable women had them that fear Him;" and then with tho damaged His soul Any thing but be- next breath He says: "As one whom his mother comforteth, so w IU I comfort lieve that ( hrist is God. do you icel me nusti 01 Now you believe the lllble to be tnie. you." If you do nut jou would hardly have the divine ltillnhy? Oh, put xour appeared In this church You would y tired head down on the heaving bosom have gone over nnd joined tho Hrixtd-wa- of divine compassion while He puts Ills Infidel club, or you would go to nrm around you nnd says: "Oh, wid Iloston uiul kiss the font of tho statuo ow ed soul, I will be thy God. Oh, orof Thomiv Paine. You would h.mlly phaned soul, 1 will be thy protector. lhen Ho touches your como into this church, where thc most Do not cry. of us an- - the deluded souls who lxjllove eyelids with Ills fingers, and sweepshls Inn w hide lllble nnd take It all down lingers down your cheek, and wipes as you swallow 11 rlpo strawberry. I uwny all the tears of loneliness nnd behave shown .von what Inspired men reavement. Oh, what a tender and saM of ClirUt," l have shown you w hat sympathetic God has come for us. 1 do Christ said of Himself; now If you be not ask you to lay hold of blm. Perlieve tho lllblct let us go out and sec haps yoti nre not strong enough for that. do not nsk you to pray. Perlmys you HlxKondcrful achievement, surgical, alimentary, marine mortuary. Surgical lire too bow ihlered for that I only nsk iiolilei omenta. Where Is tho medical xoutoletgo and full Kick Into the journal that gives any account of such arms of everlasting love. Soon you and w 111 hear the click ot exploits as Christ wrought? Ho used no knife, lie carried no splints. Ho tho latch of the door of tho septtlcher, employed no compress. He inndo no Strong men w 111 take us in their arms patient squirm under cautorlation. nnd carry us down nnd lay us In tho Ho tied no artery. Yet liehold Him. dust, nnd they can not bring us back With a wonl He stuck fast Mnlchus' aguln. I should be senred with Infinite amputated ear. He stirred n little dust fright If I thought I must stuy In tho s ami spittle into salve, and with it gruve. lllll nnsj iviucome vvini Ifonocliism und split nnd grind up caused a man who wns born blind, ami without optlo nerve, or cornea, the rocks nnd let ns all como rorin, r onstalllne lens, to null his eves 'The Christ of tho manger is tho Christ t music on of the throne. He the Mtnllght. of tho ilenf ear. He str' ght- a woman vvliothnughcontnn.tion They were talking about the beet oiu-i- l t almost which was very tough, at the bonnllng ,.f llio miisclo had He house table. Some ono suggested that double for well nigh two decide. "It scorn ,nli a man who hud no use of bis It was from an old cow. years shoulder his tninga," said Mrs. 0., "but the tender- Im.'. for thirty-eigh- t mattress and walk off. est beef I ever saw was from a cow "Thiit'i Mr stloy Cooper, Abemathy, Vnlen- - fifteen or twenty years old." tmi Mott stixxl powerless before i easily explained," said a big Irishman ith. red arm; but this doctor of i.muip- - nt the foot of the table; "the cow was the M old she was childish." Ilurper's utint urgoiy comes in nnd lie no unn ubuie nnu mcit'sn in mo uamr. pal siuo, niul 1 nrisi savhtouim-Ntntel- i in -- Teacher Spell ewe. First Iupll forth thine hand," and ho First To iclier Define ewe. lied It forth whole a the other. hint, Teacher feumlo sheep. Pupil- - A Hi- u us God. spell ewer. r'eeondPn-pll- MiiiiiuUvry achievements, lie found Uight. Next, Teiicher What Uaewer? .'' had como out of I ho wilder-,.- , a lad second Pupil (brightly, -- A mulo sheep. it ith live loaves of btead for bud paid - Harpers lluar. Perhaps the lad hH. illation. II,,. p. miles for tlie live loaves, and ho I wish I wu warm," aid an April , tixctid to boll them fur ten pennies, ' Wu want the errth." glow led v Inlet. iii, I so ho would doable his immej nol' jld the ( ,rist tiM.U tho. o mV' of ircad unit u thunder cloud. "Oh, "1 only want thu wu." vt formed a miracle b. ,v li h ho fed mixlest llowur; P110U. thoiuaud famishing people. And ci-I God. chMUTe Christ tho same yester- - I warrant you tho lnd lost nothings, for and forever. He most Ixj a there were twelve baskets of fragment n 1P i 1 lt lx-tt- I IV star-lioar- rThrr0-xtT)hrt'e-4Yi4- aBAtShftt MsJ ov-e- ship-build- shlp-build- p 1 1 1 kio-riou- J Ix-i- lx-e- ln-n- s 11 - 11 1 t) . ""-- " 'l;fe"yrr" 5ifrisW3rtxwt sfa)j(aiy. ffi . , ..sat rrTt' WMmimim.. wsstfTXI "77firaiaBiiHmBPffi!e!iis.v;.. .i,;wi;;m7iiLirv;,njw5u v. k. 37 in I ii . i ii ii ii nil ii wp ii wi ii i m I mi la mi ra ttmww MnTrTii mttit i ni j$, ' - . .mi' mwumwi! wfcffr-- " wii'r.J a-- VTC : wmmmmMmm t.U. .It!1 fJ ? w iU.li . mm lUtVVIT - i . , I iiii.-fc-- i.--" v- -i ..;J T' J 1 THE HICKMAN COURIER. MHteNI Evt7 FrMty by . m FINE JOB PBINHNQ COTM jr TITIIUTHttilllUflTCl AXK BILLS, A GEORGE WARREN Hlokman. Kcntuoky. Mn-Juk- Mi THE HICKMAN COURIER! TH1 OLDMT WWIPAFM W WESTERN KENTUCKY. lrt, east deer to mtr Hsu. ' CEO CI WARREN, Editor. Price of Subscription. $150 ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY.' KY FRIDAY. MAY 5, he wn escorted to hli ei. lastend of steel, and a button of Ivory over tho hendn of the thou- Instend of rubber. As the Inst wonls fell from his lips he sands leforo him, ho could see wholo lentftlm of the great liasln, IU niirfaco jrisM-i- l the button. almost hidden from view by gondolas 'This was tho signal for a demonstraand steam launches loaded down with tion. At one ami tho same Instant thi iMidlence hurst Into a thundering shout, upcctntors. lealeil forth the strains ol It had been Intended to preface tho tho orthi-slrHpooclwnaklr.g with a grand chorus of the Hullnhijiih, the wheels of tho great one thousand voices, but In It place Kills engine In machinery hall comwas rendered a Columbian march com- menced to revolve, the electric fountposed for the occasion by l'ro. John K. ains In the lagoon threw tholr torPaine. Theodore Thomas, wielded tho rents toward tho sky, a flood of water gtuhed from tho McMonnles fountbaton, and six hundred Instruments ain, and ngatn Into tho basin, to the wand of his authority. As the music died nway tho blind the thunder of artillery came from tlu) chaplain of tho United State senate, Vessels In the lake, tho chimes In ManultoY. Dr. Y. H. Mllbnrn, was led for- facturers' hall and on the German ward to this front platform by his building rang out a merry peal, nnd mlopUil daughter, MIm Cora (lemloy, pierhead tho flags' nt the tops of poles who has lieen his eonstnnt attendant Ili front of the platform fell apart and The reverend gentlo-ma- n itTeatcd two glided models of the ship for many yours. la which Columbus first sailed toAmer-lin- n addressed tho Almighty. shores. As ho retired to his seat Miss Jessie 'At tho tame moment hundreds of Cnuthoul, a Chicago elocutionist of national reputation. In clear. Impressive lii.js of nil nations and all colors were Juried within sight of the platform. tones, commenced to reail the opening stniijis nf the poemof thuday, et titled ITfc Wr.l wu , grest "Old tJlory," nntlon n . fell-bac- k I8D3. SKEPTICISM. VOL. XX$U1. NO. 27. heart cfcansre' day, lo-to- BNYXLOPBS, UETTKR HBADBj BILL HBADS, INYTTATIONB. BTC.. STO CALL AMD KEXUU, OPENING Of the Greatest Fair It ftequlrc Moro Faith to be an Infidel Than a Believing Christian. Ever Held Dit Agno.tlcs l'rrfrr Mlraelm of Human Nnn- rn.r lo tlio (llnrloua Aehlrvemrnts of Jr.ua Christ- - Rermon by Ilev. lr. V. U. T. DeMItt Tallnafe, Shining Metal Pressed by President Cleveland's Hand ol" Sets the Miles of Machinery nnd Sh.irtitiK in It.ipid Motion. Willi MiiiiiLnf (hr Mullltnn,thrf'wiinnn'.) llu.r nihI ilir Slrxiii tttil'llr'a shriek, Ihr llr.l hiiI Ilrri4ltl simoon I'sHli tti.ii.lay xwiiii Mlilr II. Ilalr. , t, v J V 3 ! v K l? n( nml k"'" nnd lot; w liltti in. iUr up tlu iiucIiIiht.v of tliu orlil's ( uliiiiililnii itMnltioii At tin Mint' nioiiHiit it Kiilnln x'lrl forlli fioin tin Ki ii. of tin- - AinliT" lylll' OlT til" l'Mlsitillll JollllVltl. l ovi'ii frmimiU in l.iilo Mkliltfiili tt.nt irlrifH.! from lliclr .Iom" til iNincrrlf.1 Rltfiliil M"iir lixvx il'l illov nml onl miller I In kUy In viuli-t- , lilnr. tlirr in inm Sillu'l") lijll it tfivul ronrnM, nml llu tllrntof tin liullil to turn, ng niklilril hi tlio t liiM'tx nml M Kri'nlrr toliimo of wmml anrt. Niiiily ull nliflit lliorvi Iiml lnon n linn-diw- Ciiii'aoo, Mny 'J. Oiover Cleveland, president of Hit t'nllrd Sin tort, by inciiiWrs of Ms cabinet, by high ofllclalsjof tin various states, liy n numerous n ml distinguished represent!!-lio- n of hunts ncrus Ihe kmv iiml Ity n mighty tin oil tr of A iix'i It'ii u I'lltrcns, prv.sl threleoliio Itiitlon which Kli.if liny the M'l lii motion the iiiih-snliiiiumcinhlo I'MiiK'n iiml iiiccIiiiiiUmi to-ln- y f 3Sttil(igiJ.ifcbiH?ftW.i?k ronlliHious tin nml nlomr Moiinvi ktrkct from DrnrlMirn lo llii liikp. Vrrl.ijtv nml oiniilbiiMini N'tf.in to hurry lhioiih tin In Mnith Mi muiiuc ami nuiiirrnlili mI thplr fnro MHiilmnnl In tin illrccllon of .InckMin p,ik nt thr Vn l'iirnMiwi t.itlon of the Illinois ( 'iitr.il ro.nl lln rnwil ls't'iin to Kitln rMll) .in.l ly il n hi pull re the npprtuelipn to the l(nliicl 'Hip (oneris tulnck lth ppoplp. ttrcet utat'oiiof Hip S'Mlh lilp Uli-t- iil roail .i ptrlv l'loccl nlso nml despite thr fiict lli.il llm trains erry five inlniiti' left for the fnlr Kroumli. Ihrrowwm contluuoil Jiinon llipsialrs to Hluk to tlio inn MMiit. Tlic o'clock, when mln roiitltiunl until tlu oloinU mrtil, ninl tlinitiKli a rift f n farm or tlic lulu there colli Mill. Iiliu. It liiNtcil only for n hotvetrr, nml nlthoiigli tlm rnln iin4sl, tlio rlniul utill Uung Mxlilcii nml limrrlntf ocr tlio city. 'I liti ttlml liloiv faintly fnim tin cnkl llapplii), tlio linmior nml xllior ilrcora tloi In ii illimnl fnnlilon, nml r Mvpt nn tin iikpliull iHiutornnlv tin mint Iny thick nml tlivp Alt OiIn Iioivit. Iiml no olli'ct ihih thi iMithii.iiiMii of the 'nrrj'i'tlc rlllnctiH nho Iiml ilc tcrnilin.1 to itllnovt tin ojx'iiliitf of tin fair. Itofort Ihc llrt f.ilnt klirnks of llifht In Ihc iMkU'rn "by hrmlilisl tin of Hip iI.umi tin lo n town urn iiKltr Cniwilkwi11! hurry nml north lot; from thr ralliiwil nml ol .Mr nml tin imIiIo IIih nrri UH'lioriliij IimiI after Inn! of mMn-pe- r of Mailm anil nt tin InlcrM-ctlos n iiiltof thr muhIhk Worlil ilrllr, tluit fnlrof-llolu- lon . The Mcitmlioal. of poipln. nml Iivn, vittiitil olT thou-Mini- s Itxpimton tr.ilns from nrnrliy poltiU, the ri'(uliir MiburKin Irnlns on roaiU hroiiRhL the Tarlon ,lnp 'rlm'l. Jir ererynvnll-nhltlnju-Mini- Its fullpst cnpicltv AH Mirlsnf tplilrles 's ueri pri'ssi'il Into sprviH", from 'Mill ciest pmlil.ioiieil on their nues, iloun lo the hninlih' 1'Ul nroiis. Omnir lo the sinull )iirt Uken liy the In tlm ilny'n ceremonies, then mllitiirv wnm little iii.irclilnyiuiil counlrr match Intf, nml tho stn'ets nero left free for the irient lnty of clvlllnns. There were miiiiu ili'leirntloii! from other tow ns who Iiml lroiilit lriis liarnl uitli them, nml these hlnreil nml tooteil up nml ilown the principal ihorouchfjrcs, miuiII Ixijhiinil lillcrv Must of thu excursions upllt up Into Miinll p.irt!ex n they reuelicil the ilepoU, ami the ImiiiIs eic loft lo shift for them-tchfar-rlnjri- mrmik of trmi'rorlullon innkwl lo for the open-liii- r tlrew nrnr the ruh its height, Milislillntf shortly nfler thnl. I'rom ilnvllk'ht Mlchlcmi nenue, thnl to the fair, the prltlc of Rmn.l tin elty, wns nllre with elexlrinns nml vehicles nf nil ileseripthuis. In tliulr hliepiiiK chuniherM on the Mfoml 1'ixir of tho Amlltorlum, the iluko of Wmifiin nml his paity, een liefon they hni! Arisen, cnuhl hear tho rontliiuousrunilileof wheels, IheluuriM klioutsof the ilrlvLTMiml the clatter of peilestrl.uis, nml vhen, their sleep thus ruthlessly disturbed, they arose ami drew apart the curtains of the windows, they coulillooU uMn a rast exp.ui.se of Kioen nuanl, literally black ith people. liy tho time the meal huh concluded tlio committee of escort li.nl put ill an nppoarnuce, nml after Krecllnp. had been oxchftliKcd the iiit'iiilt'n of the ducal p.irty ere shown to their As ID exeroUes o'clockthe hour It was s::iO when the party left tho Auditorium, and ten mlnules later they were bluklnt; hands with rresldent Cleveland In the blm pnrlnrof Ihe Lexington. The chief eveentlo himself had been up with the lark. Wlille tho haiuUlmhlnir wan In proghtevenson nnd his ress. pnrty put In nn apenninee. On tliulr heels, llter.illv talilnjr tho hotel by llm nallon-n- l storm, enmo thoniembci-socommlsslim and tho fair director, who were to act im hosts and escort to c tho dlhlliiKulhhed jfuests on this f mem-limbi- d.iy. was In Mcnliwhllo the course of formation nn the avenue, north of Its Intersection with Twenty-seconprin-essiod btrcct. At tho head, to clear tho way, and mounted on hnndhoino clinrtfen., was a platoon of ciaycoated houth l'arli llehlnd tliem, In their brand-noblue uniforms, caino n dctaeluuent of city police on horseback 60 of them, nnd livo ahieast. NonI In lino was Company H of tho Seventh I'nlted Stales cuvnlrv, under command of Capt. II. A. Vninn'm, uud Company K of tho Scv ruth I'nlted StutfR cavalry, under command of CapU I It. Hare. It remained for the fouith division, 10-jle-e. you. 'faTisa matter personal " self. ou know Wtter than any one else can tcllijoii. If I ask how much estate ant yourorth, and yon say or $100,009, or 1300,000, I Wlieve what you say. Yon know Wtter than nny one else. Now, Christ must know Wtter than any ono else who II- - nnd what He Is. AVhen I ask Him how old He is He says: "Hcfore Abraham was, I THE ELECTRIC PLANT am." Abraham had Wen dead 9,028 years. Was Christ 3,028 years old? Yes, "And row, In this rmtrsl city of this Rrrat At Hip XVnrliVs Fnlr Con.lnt. of the Lart" republic, on tin continent illscorarrj bjr Colun He says He is older than that "Hcfore rat Namhrr ol Djn.tno. Kvcr PUrrd illtlnulhiHj ilmcrndatiW sre Lu, whoso Ttcrthrr. Abraham was, I am." Then Christ says ns tbr tionorrd Rnrits of our nation, It only (,'iiic.voo, May 2. Tho World's fair "I am the Alpha." Alpha Is the first rrmslns for rou, Mr I'mldent. If In youroj.ln- I Ion Ihr riKsttlon Imrr pri'.nn-mrafn electitc plant consists of the larrest letter nf thn Oreek alphalxt, nnd Christ f .urate with what thx world should mrober of electrical dynamos that were In that utterance declared: "I am tho A our rrat rountrr. to dlrrtt that It mill tr !,.,.,! together for one Individual of the alphabet of the centuries." otrjrl U tbc piihllr, and whfn tou tourh th s elfr ' msrhtnrrr witLurtl llfhtlng plnnL It consists of twelve ihi. Then Ho must he a Ood. Can a mnn power Incandescent laOuO of ihftipiv sml ihnsrlltrn In Its W In a thousand places at once? tlt'jD will bccln" speakllfjlit machines, and, technically "Where two or threo are gathered toItwns tho turn of the president of ing, represents a maximum capa-clt- j gether In My name, there am I iu the IN I'llONT 1)1' Till: AltMINISTItATIO.V 111 IMHNU. Incan230,000 of nearly the I'nlled States to present himself, midst of them." Thin cvefrywheratlve-ness- , and he slowly arose from his seat and descent lights, or about is it characteristic of a man or of is infinite,. occasion to Mongolians, ami A frle.ius, and .Inps, and swept his eyes, first over the occupants Ihe six'clul escoit of the of n million lamps. This enorI Mippose that the majority of those Ood? And, lest we might think this I'erslans, of the platform and then over one of mous plant was contracted for by the LnplanderHViiml Mixirs, and bring the enthusiasm In climax usseinbled bellevo the everj w herntlveness would cease. He This foul th division was the ( I a ago true Dahomey village and a JnpaneM ,1... r,.fPHt audiences that man ever World's fair with the Westinghouse hero lllble. It requires as much faith to be goes on and He intimates that He will lliissurs Thc npix'ared for tin' fiist romp, past the blue grotto of Capri and i'lun Iherp went nn n cheer electric and manufacturing Co., of an tnlldel as a t lirisitan. 11 is latin in W in nil the cities of the earth Ho will .' the time in tin Ir Americanized lliisslan utu , the Moorish pnlnce, the.Iaiaiiesusi'ttle- - that seemed I lit' , th h I'itttburgh, l'n. l'ach Individual ma- a different direction. Tho Christian has W In Kurope Asia, Africa, North jind forms. Thero weii six wore f them, nient, and the 'ax)pnixscoH' under the t,tl lln;r h nil him, uud wlucli chine Illustrates tho latest developfaith in tho teachings of Matthew, South America thedny Wforethe world cliargeni, enptlvo balloon, nnd through n ilir,mgh the grounds like the ment of tho electrical industry in the Luke. John, 1'aul, Isaiah, Moses. Tlio burns up. "Lo! I am with you always, and every man n glanL formed of two scon female lieautles of word. The dynamos are the largest intldel has faith In the of muslietry. even unto the end of the world." Why, il Twenty lruiiixters henilde.l Up np- - half us many nations. Kven the. lions j , tro , to jo,n mr Wtow cttlwna In the tha have ever been made by any W have faith in ono class of men. then, He mnst W a Ood. proach of lh llussnrs, nfter nhirlie nine I nnd tigers and the panthers, fresh from , congratulations which txsBt thla occatlon. company, tho Individual capacity They hate faith in another class of Hesldi's that He takes divine honors. rf nulla of American A of the Illinois National Fiiards. the w this of Afilca, roared uud howled , roumled ly the more than double Lord of men, . " "' a...i.a av -- Aih.itw hhiI ! : vhk "' tnAffnin. of tach one being nttempted before In men. Hut as the majority 01 those, He declares Himself He? If He is. He '"'-"" ?. wlj.it has ever been I'ho of carriages was n a welcome us the troops ami carriages . . perhaps ull of those here assemhled.nrc angels and devils. Is 1"" cifldrnrrs of American Moll and by vehicle containing the National pa sms I by, gencr.wo need ont fear thai these congratula- tlil way of clectrlcul construction. IlihVo ns a standard is a Ood. If He is not He Is an impos'I lie triumphiint entry Into tho great ,on, m ix eiRBfferated. Director of Words commissioners. frhe machines arc oiiemted on tho willing to take the In morals nml in faltli, J make tins tor. A mnn comes Into your st"re to(Ipo IL Diiiisanit l II. Ilnrnhaui In order. Ah the I We stand uxlar In the presence of the oldcat svitem known ns tho Westinghouse white city was now morrow morning. He says: "I nm the bx)k my starting-poInworm head f Hie column emerged f nun Mid- - natoiui 01 1110 wp nen- - aim iun ,0 iu5 allowcurrent system. Of these of Liverpool, I have I suppose yim tiro aware that the two great nising no cxniu detach- - ncnieicinenia carriage linnet ir Il was Ihe seventh av I'lnlsiiiut' It was met by a U'o who twelve mammoth machines, six nro illance on the score nf jonlh. generals who have marshnlcd the grent built hundreds of ships." Ho goes on j u ana rfctly connected thnt Is, they nrc that britught out the eiithuslasiu nf poiiular rducnilon (na, incut 01 me loiumiii.iu guani, nccoui-of Jesus Christ to give his experience. You defer to In II. Ills fact towiml the pan led by Col. lilce and his staff, who tho atlmulatlon of ihe brut lmpulea of our ctll ' c,upieij to n gtctim engine with-fro- nrmles against the deity an Strauss and Kenan. 'Ihe number of him as a man of large experience and line, jen. lead thenar south, vi I lhi president of Ihe mtiil Ihls p,,,t l,x,k the right of U'ltlng as was formerly tho their slain will not lx counted until the great possessions. Hut the next day Stales, and on the opposite soiit l.n, Slowly the procession moteil aroutul UJy )crme n,c pppurtunlty hereaffonled lostom. Tho other six machines ore, trumpet of tlm archangel sounds the you 11 nd ont that he is not tho great They wen It. si tho Woman's building nnd the higoon, ti lo ,cc p0 results armmpllshed by efforts oilier piiuildent jwever, connected to steam of Liverpool, that he never roll-caThose of the resurrection. eieried longer thanoursln iincs ,y Ix'ltn. Two of these latter ilenut T. V. I'.ilmer, of Ihe Work1 I'homl hall ami tho Ix'.uitlfulstrui-- 1 which bare men and their sympathisers saw that If built a ship, that he never built any.nro devoted to mines and mining Here luinblnn eominissiou. mid II II. II ' Iven by the largo they could destroy the fortress of the thing. What is he then? Animpostor. Ixithnm, of the World's t'oliimb im x it leered to tho east, crossing the in- WOnderful nccompllthmentsol 4rse power Allls engine, while the Christ says He built thU world; He could destroy ChristianHivltlon Vice I'rfshlent .Mccini stallatiou Inick, nnd ilescrilxil a xlgzng 0 jouni; nation, and present thn triumphs of a other four nre connected to Westing' mirneles they ity, and they were righU Surrender built all things. Did He build them? liyle with two Worlds fair ex course lo Ihe Administration liilllillng. rUoroua. self reliant and tmleix-nd- i nl people louse engines. To get a better Idea of did not He you surrender If He did He is Ood. If t ml the miracles l.xiuan .1. tinge nml Will am I Now emerging from the eastern en We hate bum inemi .plenum rniiicm, dui we mammoth proportions of this elcc-- Christianity. o is nn impostor. a popu The great (lerinan also tmlll trance, it mined towiinl the platform hateKotcrnmrnt. the m.Kntnrrnt fabric of linker. Secretary (iivslmm whose Era ml proportions are txic iigniing piaui, it may uo interestA man comes into tour place of busilar siys that nil the miracles were Nallimal roiniuiwiioner Dnilihwii I from w hlcli Ihe formal eeremoules were arm throvri'oiil the worlil Wo bate made ing to learn that even London, Paris, Tho .great French cxegeto ness, with n.JewUh countenance and a I'rom theccntcrof and here gather 1ojrthcr objecla of uae and Berlin, Vienna or New York hove noth I myths. Vim, Secretary Curltse ttlih Jfffnitliil, to lie eonducteil 1 am a uH UbiraMK'aeceiit, mm says: Kirs that 'Bll 111" inlraol ing even half as largo to Wast of. And legends. They propose to lane every- I liothsehili, tho banker of Lojulon: f enormity of tho sire of thing supernatural from tlio Ilihle. have the wtslth of nations In my pockto realize tho these lightning dynamos, It may bo They prefer tho miracles of human non- et; I loaned that large amount to Italy st lied that each weighs rvventy-fivperplexity." Hut sense to the glorious miracles of Jesus and Austria In tuns, and stands aWut eighteen feet Christ. ' ' a .N - w after a whileyou find that he has never "t&rhigh. They say there was no miraculous loaned nny money to Italy or Austria; J f V 3 fi' f la.lla..ol' birth in llcthlehem, but that tt Is nil a that he never had a large estate; that COLUMBUS' REMAINS. fanciful story, just like the story of he is no banker nt all; that he owns J"Vf,M,y " Tfrt hot In Chicago, but Are Zrslonalr Guarded liomulux said to have Wen born of Ilea nothing. What Is he? An impostor. V WAW ' . In the City of San Domingo. Silvia nnd the god Mars. They say no Christ says He owns the cattle on a New Yokk, Mny 2. Consul-Oenerstar pointed to the manger; It wns only thousand hills; He owns this world; He jrxv- 1 . . - ;- - . rzmt.iw. F L. Vasquer, of the Dominican re tho Hath of n passing lantern. They owns the next world; He owns the uni1 c.tr--T .. K , public, in a leucr 10 ine American pcoJ wfth no mlraculou8 lnaklng of verse; He is the hanker of all nations. pie relative to the story from Chicago ,)r(1 W)t t)mt ,t ,, a corruptlon of tho Is He? If He Is, lie is a Ood. Is He "G . hat EHs,m that an attempt had Wen made to steal twcnt ,onve8 of not? Then He Is an Impostor. the ashes of Columbus, deposited ti a A man enters the white house at tQ R hlm(1rcd mcn. Thcy y tho room of the sacred convent, La Kabida, watcr Mycf turnC(1 nto winc but Washington. He says: I am Emperor lee .?led "Fa it Is a corruption of tho story that William, of Germany; I nm traveling precious remains of that EpVpt!.m pl otnclally water incognito; I have come over hero for h . " 0 turned the -ri.ttniiliiir r"Aii inline , ulin rll.pnrixi-Pi- l into blood. Tier say Ills no won- - recreation und pleasure; I own castles are now In the city dor America, great in Dresden and Ilerlln." Hut the presithat Christ sweat of San Domingo, honored nnd guarded drops He had Wen dent finds out the next day that he is of blood; renlons reverence nnd caro ns out in the night air and was taken not Emperor William, that he owns no with nnd obligation by suddenly ill. a sacred tnlV-They say that there castles nt Itcrlin or Drevlcn, that he the goternment which I have tho honor vv civ no tongues of tire on tho heads of hns no authority. What is ho? An reto ivprescnL My government hns the disciples at tho Pentecost; that impostor, Christ says He is the King jected with Indignation several propo- theie vv a only a great thunder storm, over all, the King Immortal, Invisible. wnnurs run rriU)iM.s, ft rniMiriL sitions to remove tho remains, and will and the air w as full of electricity which If He Is, He Is a Ood. If He is not. He ' ; , Manufactures nml Liberal IS. Terminal Station. always look upon nny suggestion of snapped and Hew all nround about is nn Impostor Hall-C- ost II,- 1.1 Machinery Arts Cistn ni,uu that kind ns unworthy of serious con- tho heads of the disciples. They say Strauss kvv that alternative, nnd ho om.dio z. CJotcrnment-Co- st tuti.ona 1 100,00a 11. Agricultural-Co- st fSS.lMX 5. rialMTtm-l'o- at sideration. A magnificent monument tli.it Mary ard Martha and Christ felt tries to ('tt out of it by saying that l.V Tcrlatjlc, 4 Art Palace-C- ost irni.ua in the principal plaza of SL Domingo, It important to get up nn excitement Christ xvas flnfnl in accepting adorato. Hairy. IT Kormtry. In front of the cathedral. Is to W erect6. Woman'-Cotlfor the forvvnrdlng of their religion, tion and worship. Kenan tries to get T Horllcultural-Citl.100- no ia McMonnle's Fountain, ed, w hero It Is hoped thnt the sacred 1300 PUX lii. Casino. and so they drntnntlred n funeral and ont of it by saying that Christ not 8. Tranaportatlon-Cos- t relic will rest undlsturWd for many I.ii7ams played tho corpse, and Mary through nny fault of his own, but 50 Naval Kxhlbll. MlmsandMlnlnE-CoatlJ'i.- V 51 l.hc Mock Pavilion. 00. centuries to come. Thnt tho remains and Martin played the weepers, and through the' fault of others lost His SS. rontcntof Iji llablda. 10, I'lrctrlclty of Columbus nre in Snn Domingo, as Christ was tho tragedian. I put it in 11. Attailiilatratlon purity of consc.ence, nnd ho slyly intiCost t.V'O CX). S3. Agricultural Annex. The evi- my own words, but this Is the exact mates that dishonorable women had alxn-- stated, is Indisputable. dence therefor is so nmplo nnd conclu- morning of their statements. They say damaged Hit soul. Any thing but belllUD'H-lCVl- ': VI WW". sive that no Intelligent person who ex- the lllble is a spurious Ixxjk, written by lieve that Christ is Ood. amines can thereafter entertain thu mperslit'ous men. Kicked up by men Now you believe the lllble to W true. alitlland In- slightest doubL" judicial-lookinUeorgo V Masey. of tho pint form proHr there had Won beauty, the product! of American men who ruin who died for that which they did not If you do not jou would hardly have HcrN-with erected a sKcial stand, and njxm this tention, but uo haicalao made Delaware. Secretary appeared In Hits church. You would themielirs. It a.lilnKton Opprcltely Quiet. Wlieve. llroad-vvn- v Charles II Schwab. Secrd iry Hoke were ehalis for I'resldent Clet eland, let us bold fail to the meaning that under Washi.notos:, Mny 'J. Tho quiet about Now,. 1 take back the limited state- have gone over nnd joined tho tho duke lies this cercmonj, and let lis not loo the of West VirStetenson, Smith with .1. W. M (lair, Infidel club, or you would go to u week has Wen almost ment which I made n few moments ngo, the capital for this moment. ginia, and finally N'Cirtiuy Morton of Vpingna nnd his party, nnd tho midilneryofthat gives life lo As by a touchi as oppressive as thnt Is dcscriWd to W when I said it requires as much faith to Host on and kiss the foot of the sUituo this vast expo-stlio higher national and liH.'al olllcers with Director ii II Stone act In motion, soaltho same Ionia now which follows a sudden cessation of W nn inlldol as to W a Christian, It of Thom-i- Paine. You would hardly The American iimlingi'it having of tho fair. Immcdlatclv in tho rear let our hopes and a.plratlnni awaken lirinir In battle There is much curios-- ' r..nnli-,.- s n thousand fold more faith to comu Into this church, where the most thus led the way, the thin or foreign were the sections assigned to tho forces which In all time toromcahalMnflucnce seo whether tho return, of the j W an intldel than to Ik a Christian, for of us urv the deluded souls who Wllove the selfiirr, Ihc dignity and the freedom of ity to division, was iiiuuguratiil "ith the nicmbcrttof the diplomatic corps, while mankind. president I uosdiiy will bring back tho f Christianity demand that the whale In a whole lllble and take It all down fourteenth carriage, 'Ihls as ixyupled to their light ami left other ollicials de- as you i)W allow a ripe, strawWrry. I ITpon table nt his left hand was tho crowds which filled tho hotels Wforo swallow ed Jonah, then skepticism by the duke of Venigiia, the liwt Wee and guests were ranged, llehlnd these have shown you what inspired men ho left the city. mands that Jonah swallowed the whal wen placed the oichestra. In front of button, the pressure upon which was to Christ." 1 havo shown you what prt'sldent of the commission, I can prove to you that ChrUt was Ood, salt! of UprlsliiR. Tlio Cuban start the mnchlnery, nnd make tlio Waller, of Connecticut; tin) (list all wus provision for some S00 said of Himself: now It you W- A considerable mlb not only by tho supernatural appear ChrM Havana, May 2. oxMilng of the exiiosition 1111 acof tho press. vice pto.sldont of the exxwitiou I'cul uy llcve tho lllblct let us go out nnd seo 1. W, Heck, and t'ominandcr Dickens of it was nn inspliinjr scene that met complished fact. It wus an ordinary llnrv fnrfo'lifi li.ft. for llnlmitn. itnil- j ance on tliat urtstmas nigni. uui by His ivonderfut achievement surgical, what inspired men said of lllin, sent W'fom the V lilted Slates army. the vision of the chief executive of tin form of Victor telegraph key of gold moro troops will W...... lu.ll,.v..,l Thurs Surgical 1.,.. in -. wnailie s.ivs 111 iiiiivcu mm in in nllmentary, marine mortuary. medical ... ...... TI,.. .V..X... ...J ..t. ..l.nlv " Tho fair se. iippenred for Ihe llrst Where Is the neither so numerous nor so Wlllgerent wonderful nelilevetnent.s. "Christ caiin achievements. gives any account of such followed, the tlmo In tho vehicle that who is over nil." Ah! does not that journal thnt us wus nt first reported. Tho governas Christ wrought? Ho used duchess of Veragua Ix'lng iscoiled ment is conlldent that they will bo dis- provo tixi much? Not over the exploits by Mis. Potter I'almer. who lul the Cii'sars, not over Frederick, not over mi kuifo. He carried no splints. Ho persed speedily. honors as president of tlio Ixjanl of lady Alexander tho Oreat, not over the Hen- employed no compress. He Hindi no Sulci lie'. Ilody Pound. managers, and liy Mrs. Commander rys not over .tho Louises? Yes. Pile patient squirm under cnuterlntlon. Point I'lhauaxt, W. Va., May 2. Dickens. of nil tho uges together, He tied no ortery. Yet Whold Him. While the crew of the Samuel Miller nil the thrones Thu ducal party was succenh-- by and my text overspaim them us easily With a word He stuck fast Mnlelms' were attending her licet at the landing us a rainbow iivt'rsp.iiisii mountuln-top- . can luges ix'cupled by nmbasMilor to amputated car. He stirred a little dust '"I t'cT? lW, AlAfv. they discovered the Ixnly of Miss I "Christ came, who is over all." Then and spittle Into salve, nnd with it Ihiglaml Thomas F, llayard iiml Kmnm Garland caught on the breast to Belgium l.amlK'rt Tree, caused a mail who was Wru blind, W a Oml, lino. She was towed ashore and Coro-n- ' lie must Mj.. (ieii. Miles and aids. Ndmirnl 'II... Itlldi, smvs thnt nil things were and without optic nerve, or eorneu, HarWe summoned, who pronounced made by Him. Does not thnt prow tixi or erjsiaiwio lens, 10 pen ins eyes (Iherardl nnd aids, and (Jov. Mgehl. It suicide, caused by sickness. Tho carriage of Mayor Harrison who mi ine Minugni. lie ncii music uu much? Could It W that He made tl of was accompanied by three menils-rKilled by Lightning. Mediterranean, that He made tho Illack the drum of the deaf ear. He straightthe Itounl of ahleiineu, brought up tho ened a woman who through contraction Knoxviu.k, Tenn., May 2. Mrs. W. sea, that He in.idu the Atlantic, tho extreme rear. tho muscle had Wen Wnt almost II. Peck, one of tho most prominent that lit made Mount Lebanon, double for well nigh two decade. He As tho procession moved southward ladies of MoMInn county, was killed by that lie made the Alps, the Sierra Iiml on Michigan incline, entering the lightning Monday afternoon nt 4 that Ho made the hemispheres, made a man who yearsno use of his shoulder his Midway plalsnnce through the western o'clock. She was In thu telegraph that llo iniulu the universe? es. II limb for thirty-eigh- t gateway, It was nttended by an almost nt (Irmly talking to the operator, lllble says so, und lest we W too stupid mattress and walk off. unbroken diapason of cheering 'Ihe sir Astley Cooper, AWrnathy. al Mi- when tho Wit c.une which killed her. to understand, John winds up with a foreigners welcome thoni. lip to the und says: tinc tiuu skmkI powerless ooiore J I IN magnificent reiteration Wlil.hy I'a boundaries of the plaisanco the May 2. Whisky "Without Him was not anything iiinde it it In red arm; but this doctor of oiiiiilp' Cr.AltKNVII.l.U.Tenn., ,,U nt urgeiy comes in nnd He sees thu distinctly Ann rli'iin, had ninde." Then He was (!ixl was at the Ixittom nf n fatal stabbing that but from hem on to the gates it was of 'Ihc llllili) says 1 tho inline of Jesus im 1' ne nn tiselc.'-- s and lifeless tit the at Dover, near here. Morgan lMwnrds side, mid Christ sajstohlm: i.hs decided cosmopolitan flavor and Harvey Miller, vault aged IM, bosom every kueo shall Ixivv. All Heaven nan stnteli forth thine hand," ml ho prostrated thcinselveh on the ground friends, quiiriclcd. Miller plunged u mil t come down on Its knees, apostles vv hole as the other, tihcd it and cried aloud to Allah, Clngilc-- In kulfo several times into Hdwurds on their knees, thu archangel on his sin wns God. forth long, white How lug robes deseiils'il saheart, causing Instant death. Miller in knees, Hcfore whom? mini? No, lit- lb.Alimentary achievements, llo found laams with their arms and slioulilcrs. is ti ( od. 'I tit Hlblo says every tongue nljatl. of lad .'io had eomu out of tho wilder-!.,- , Kuuuchh stood In line with Mal.i.vuii. shall lonfiush llornesluii, Tlireo llrotlier. limit neil, tfitli live loaves of bieitd for a thu luitviu, and the donkey boy of I'o Italian, Spanish, Persian. Mexican, Knoxviu.k, Tenn., May 2. Six young knoll besldo hls coiiii.ut' Every tongue shall confess. hpi ulatlou. lVrhaps the lad hud paid i men were testing a new bo'it In tlio and lie ion. To vv hni. '. Oml. The lllble Kiys Christ ,(I,,- p. miles for tin live loaves,penult,, Noliiehtiky river, nenr(!reeiietllle,when tpei'ttd to bell them fur ten The htreet In Cnlio was emptleil f lt foieut It cupslzed. Tin i'u brothers- - Andrew, t' e .111.1 ..'fcterduy, mid so ltu would doable his money resiilents, and the Kskhno tnlotii did lu.iiiiiillt V Vic uud ThomusJimi's- - weio ill owned. Is th.ilehiii-.ieteilstielirisl took tln.,' lsiv.,of broad uud ImI'.i nut even leate the eii Their father lost hU life lu u similar we not hangi'V Dix-- not the laxlyDoe, miracle b. nil oh lie foil doors. S'u thepiiitvhsio'i sluwl.' wound tlrely chiin'fo In seven yea1.' juuu ier. And orr.MNti i:xi:utisi:s. IU way vast groupt of Algcii.uis and uot the mlntl change? Dock not llit cveii tbomaud furnishing mmmjmmim09'!in prno! of W. A. Tomtt, a journalist at tho t tlonal c.ipltnl. Ilenrty applause rewarded the reader as she retired. Then Director Oenrrnl Davis arose after turning to the chief magistrate of tho United States. Ills address dwelt largely on what Ch cngo had accomplished and the grandeur lie extended specific of the fnlr. welcome to merytxxly, and concluded thus: iri-i- r The - of the center staff In frontof stana. It was n wonderful sccno of transformation, nnd amid It all cannons continued to thunder nnd the crowd to cheer. Then tho band played "America," and the exercises wcie at an end. The Columbian exposition was open to the nations of the world. u erH-cti.- one-quart- Itcv. Dr. Titlmago on Sunday chose for his subject: "Over All Forever," tho text Wing liomans lx., S: "Christ came, who is over all." For 4,000 year, tho world had been waiting for n deliverer wnitlng xvhlle empires rose nnd fell. Cbwuerere came and made the world worse Instead of mnklng It better,' still the centuries sv&tclicd and waited. Thoy looked for him on thrones, looked for him iapal-nce- i, looked for him in imperlnl robes, looked for him nt the head ol armies. At list Ihey found Htm In abarn. The cuttle stood nearer to Him than the for Ihe former wcrolp tlve stall, while tho latter were .In , u.l 1 " ' ...u..l...& d.. rau9u:rBtuww l'L wi..ikaivtri i rfuyi jno room for mm in tne inn, occause there wns no ono to pay the hotel expense. Yet the pointing j.tar nnd the angelic rnntata showed that Heaven made up In appreciation of his worth w)iat tho world tanked. "Christ came, Hod blessed forever. Amen." Hut who is this Christ who came? As to the difference lxstween different de nominations of evangelical Christians I have no concern. If I could, by the turning over of my hand, decide whether all the world shall 1 last lx llaptlst, or Methodist, or Congregational, or Kpiscomlinp, r Presbytcrlaiii I would not turn my hand. Hut there .are doctrines which im vital to the 'soul. If Christ be nofn (lod, we are Idolaters. To this CJirlstolitglCal question I devote myself this muruiug. nnd pray Uod that we may think aright and do aright In regard to a question In which mistake s, Christ tho same yester- I warrant you the lad lost nothing, tot He must lxs a there were twelve baskets of fragments God., & taken up, and if the boy had fire loaves rhiloaephcrii say that tho law of at tho start, I warrant you he had at decides graviUtk,, everything, and least ten at tho close. centripetal and centrifugal that The Saviour's mother roe into toeep the world from clashing neighbor's house to help get up a wedforces and frosa demolition. Hut Paul says ding party, liy calculation she finds that CKriwfs arm Is the axlo on which out that the amount of wine is not ereytllhavr',tunM, and that Christ's for tho guests. She calls in haBd is the socket in which everything Cltrist for holp, and Christ, not by the Is act Mark the words, "Upholding slow decay of fermentation, but by a ll things by the word of word, makes 130 gallons of puce wine. upholdlBHt; 111 pownr." Then He mustWatlod. Marino achievements. He turns a Thea Jook it it hat Christ saysof Him- whole school of fish Into the net of self. Now, certainly every ono must men who wero mourning over the.1? anderstsmtt himself Wttcr than any poor luck, until the boat is so full p understand him. If I ask they have to halloo to other boats, oa els you were born, and you tell and tho other boats come up and they yrya via borii In Chester, aro laden to the water's edge with the ",r me, EaffUtMi," or, "I was In gamp, so that the sailors have to be born acffEr. Scotland," or "I was born cautious in going from larboard to d Ireland," or "I was born 3gpM,,' lest they upset the ship. Then to jfew Orleans, the United States. there comes a squall down through the and forever. th' I M V sufU-clo- nt star-War- s. Yowjtetoirarainof Belize nnaoil 1"- .,L.r 1 say yoii fi I asked you how iimny I locks of white foam rises ud to battle ciuld lift, and you should It, and the boat drops Into trough. nld lift 100 pounds, or 200 and ships a sea, and the loosened sails 1 integrity, I should mountain conre. Qenesarat with Ion? ia I aa0VHat . ta ,. . - .... . 'fronTtWftclr 'srf'raqfew.sg. m1 1. -J m 10,-0- 11 11 y .,. 1 ' lani'!lC( elec-trlii- ' atuix-ndou- niix-1'v.lo- ""i""' " v 11 ,". r.-- Ie 1 in,,, 'l li-e- ""KT ,,..,, ;' r. L ship-build- Xt en-pa- st ll ship-build- " d . nxlth It-- te ;e cxe-get- -- 9ivv A e ' thir f -- ' "5. us-xtjSKT- fi KrrsJ&t&&!tS sn J1trzJZ7n r. I Let philosophers and anatomists go to Westminster AbWy and try to wnka Qneen EllzaWth or Henry VIII. No human power ever awakened the dead. Thero is a dead girl in Capernaum. What does Christ do? Alas! that she should have died so young and when the world was so fair. Only twelve years of ago! Feel her cold brow and cold hands. Dead, dead! The house Is full of weeping. Christ comes and lie takes hold of tho hand of the dead girl and Instantly her eyes open nnd her heart starts. The white Illy of death blushes Into tho roses of health. She rashes into the arms of her rejoicing kindred. Who vv oke up that death? Who restored her to life? A man? Tell that to tho lunatics in Bloomlngdale asylum. It was Christ, the Ood. Hut thero comes a test which more than any thing else will show whether He wns Ood or man. You rememWr that great passage which says: "Wo must all appear Wfore the judgment seat of Christ." Tho earth will W stunned by a blow that will make It stagger the stars will circle like dry leaves in nn equinox; tho earth will unroll the bodies, and the sky will unroll the spirits, and tho soul and flesh will come into Incorruptible conjunction. Hay of smoke and fire and darkness and triumph. On one side, piled up in galleries of light, the one hundred and forty and four thousand, yea, the quintlllions of the saved. On the other side, piled up in galleries of darkness, tho frowning, the glaring multitude of those who rejected Ood. galleries Hetvveen these two piled-ua throne, n high throne, a throne standing on two burnished pillars Justice, Mercy n tltrono so bright you had Wttcr hldo your eye lest li'be exilngtlnA with excess of vision. Hut it Is aa empty tlirono. Who will come np and take it? Will you? "Ah, no!" you say. "I am but achild of dust; I would not dare to climb that throne." Would Gabriel climb It? He dare not. Who will nscend it? Here comes one. Ills back is to us. lie goes up step above step, height above height, until He reaches the apex. Then He turns around and faces all nations, and wo all see who it is. It Is Christ, tho God, and all earth, and all Heaven, and all hell kneel, crying: "It Is a Ooxl! It Is a Ood!" We must all appear Wforo the judgment seat of p comes walking across the staggering ship until he comes to the prow, and there He wipes tho spray from his brow nnd hushes the crying storm on Who tho knee of Ills omnipotence. wrestled down thnt curoclydon? Whoso feet trampled the rough Onltlcc into a smooth floor? . "r.n"1 viiiiii.. -.- "".". ... t t'ff3ixWi,'tiKir'nv k5fHpS.v ;Wfi' IlllD0l-LVtK- l,ia V e g s , Christ. Oh, I nm so glad that it is a Divine Doing who comes to pardon all our sins, to comfort all our sorrows. Sometimes our griefs aro so great they are Wyoud any human sympathy, and we want Almighty sympathy. Oh. ve who cried ull lost night because of Wreavemcnt or loneliness, I want to tell you it is an omnipotent Christ who Is come. When tho children are in the house nnd the mother is dead and tho father has to W more gontlo in the home, nnd he has to take tho ofllco of father and mother, nnd It seems to mo Christ looks) out upon your helplessness, and Hn proposes to W father and mother to Ho comes in the strength of you soul. the one, in the tenderness of the other. Ho says with one breath: "As a father pltleth his children, so the Lord pltletli them thnt fear Him;" and then with tho next breath He says: "As one whom his mother comforteth, so will I comfort Do you feel the hush of you." tho divine lullnby? Oh, put your tired head down on the heaving bosoin of divine compassion while He puts Ilis arm around you nnd says: "Oh, widowed soul, I will W thy Ood. Oh, orphaned soul, I will bo thy proteotor. Do not cry." Then Ho touches your eyelids with His Angers, and sweeps his Augers down your cheek, nnd wipes away nil tho tears of loneliness nnd l'er-hap- 11 irrn1 Vr?'rc'5Ao '''ft''' V'jV ' I er 1 Oh, what a tender and sympathetic Ood has come for ns. I da s not nsk you to lay hold of him. you arc not strong enough for that. I do not nsk you to prny. Perhays you are too bevv Uttered for that. I only nsk jou to let go and fall back Into the urms of everlasting love. Soon you and 1 vv ill hear the click of tho latch of the door of tho sepulcher, Strong men will take us In their arms anil carry us down nnd lay us In tho dust, nnd they can not bring us back ngnln. I should W scared with Inflnlto fright If I thought I must stay In tho grave. Hut Christ will come with glorious Iconocl asm und split nnd grind up the rocks and let us all como forth, q'ho Christ of tho manger Is the Christ of the throne. s They wero talking aWut the Wef, which was very tough, at the Warding house table. Some ono suggested that e In-e- .is 11 "It scorns. It wns from an old cow. tningc, said Mrs. O., "but tlio tenner. est Wef 1 ever saw was from a covv I liat 1 fifteen or twenty years old." easily explained," said a big Irishman nt tho foot of tho table; "the covv was Harpers so old she was ehllillsli." . Harar Spell ewe. Tlrst lupll Teacher Teacher Define ewe. First Teacher Pupil A female sheep. 11 11 11 e 11 11 sleek-coate- d Llit-'M- 1 Teitcher Whit U ti ower? Second Pupil (brightly, A mule sheep. llurper's llazar. pil- Hight. Next, spell ew er. Second Pu- - s' '" 1 s !' 1 11 - wish I wus warm," utld un April "You want the est th." grow led thunder cloud. "Oh, no!' K!d the unxlost flower, "1 only vvuut tho iuu." I violet. -P- uck. jfif J;ii.AT5fi l1l.,Hllil 1 ) iilimmamtB)mmbimiiitm'i ruffes vJ zn 4 " ij . sV. :!22&WmiSm if,asvmmtmiJivwaii'itmri m ,tm in ii iwi ii k,Mnsara ... r. . w ii ! tGrTgti,.,,. . . . - . A. S. srr EOSEDALE, Artistic Photographer, at Campbell's Old Stand. WKtinilenMml Urn. 0o. V.rten, nr Hie iiiclcinan Courier 1 No u 1 a " Ihe Courier office. If . h re'W of lil recent niioinlinrnt lo ilif pou'" "' art dlnioul ipm" fioimlj lo wluli Hint Mr RlcteUn.1 Iml eleeie.l anollier nun for th plnre The p'e- - of ill ieniijril" n III aftnul u !' "h onl him nnil t for 'We,' u n I M"i " It I eerj nimli like loalne . r t lin lor. Id Ids ltbKuttf of f c ''' m' " ler, Urn, Warren, ' If joii Inn, il"'i ' Good Work Guaranteed. Tlif Itlvcr. Visitors are welcomed. . , Call and examine 1 ovK JNO. WIltHiQ, a Ja. TIS HUMAN COURIER. tht Wt'JI to II VAT III Ml ml. Nm link UurlJ. NIHAN4JI. (OI.Nt Itttj.MlU. Republican orgnns seem '0.lmlT, rather to enjoy descanting In n MAY o, 1803. tone of mingled distrust unit pity PIIDAY, upon "Democracy anil Our Finnn-I'iu- l Dangers." Tin? Southern IIh i h t Con voliWhatever theso dangers mivv bo tion will lir hold nt Nashville May nuil tlio tendency of bears In 10th mitl II th. politics luid.in speculation in alike ruii'Miian . to TnR .M. ji. ciiuritii nonrii ni ex. ...,u o eviwruto liiein it is ten.ilou has made asHOSRinentB on ' ",,,"" '"r your kind rHineiiitier th.it they mo chi'elly of r l. the. various enntereue.es to ,l,n, but theio is no such Itopitblican cteatlon. n u,.1 ..r ,,u v It .f..u m,.lr lln.. !. I!...... ...I...I11. .Miinnnf nrtinnnnnLpiiBi liv li..' iiriiuiini.to ,............,, .1. Cmr it. , .....,......,........,.... ..ov ..j . ...m u.... . i.mi .......... ........... board next year. it Iihh lulintlon and ItvpublifHii For more than M yr Mtw. J. Lnwronro Smith, of been under its nrvimnt nwiicrohlp tin tuai a iiauuso iiimioo eeiMinLnulsvlllo has siren inon- - nd maunceinei t -- ,. ! !Ut 1I1N .'"'l.urrassing surplus an ih treas' Impendury was converted Into . ev to eoLilele HICKMAN, KY., Tlio 1 ,, llathcr n Btrango coincidence Is brought about by tlio death of Tom Cleaver, n convict In rim Kd. dyvllln Penitentiary, n day nr two ago. Cleaver was sent to the Kd. djvlllo I'enltotithiiy for throw, ing a stone into tlio train near Khzahcthtown, njenriign, Httikug "" tltu i.niu "miunici-oKey. Bant Jonen, the reui fVHii. gellst. Cleaver died of heart failtire, mill Wlinn IiIr imiituat ir... i.A. ,'. """ "v i'JK held ha.u.Iones read ftoin the r PlttNCNVrON, KY., Apill 30lh. ... go-.- wi-i- i ...., 1 '. - 1 ' - &.-- , crops , law nuder n i.epnb, Wmr . m .ntuuiu n nun iiiui uu ouimu. vual lttH ta iTfl W Thr new bill redistrlntlng the i.tni.i.ii.n...in......i.i.. 11 tin I.....KI. IIIUI HIT liomnnisoiv iMiretiase 01., TIIK KI.I.I.I.V t'lti; N KJIM.rY.I .. niiu'i uiu it.l.ii'.il UfdMii j iuiIar . . ........ Slate into itriirprniniiicuio.iii;in ' il!dri'ii Ilk i' to Ittko V. . V. Oh. in v poor back t What pain ' "" the likr, M't " .,wrp ,)roi.Ppded lo a point that is bus no emergency clause and will f,"" M.!lV ;W9 MZu. M j. Ml M9. The city of Lcinfrs. la., has No evctiBO forit I'lanlatiou Atiti-Ortnlti (hill 4VrV Ihr pkin. has modest v kept the wolf from held by many to be a danger line. not go into effect in time to elect ant mill L'linrnnlceil nirn for shown its faith in tlio bichloride Pain Porus l'lasler with eapsloutn t the next Legislature under its pro- the door, and built op an r,H- i visions. second only ton fat hrr love U'e ,,C ",,,,e8 ' ' "B,it W.,th For ..W- b, f A II.im.mhn Drurgl.t M & UA.V' bv " A THlKF wns cauchl in the, net for liifi firat bom child, To lie urvwasloBt. ' " ConHdenceha.be.nl,, a large j:0 , of Btealing the urn sure we might part with tli Cour' Last week, says the Troy' "?.. " measure restored by Ihe presence T.T.Swnuie, containing the aslira of Columbus HARNESS, ETC, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, CAnniCDV ier, if wo hail a fair opportunity, a, the head of of two ..ro's.. hlsXw'e'beuS World'fl last week. at tlio , , A. K. Ilrovanl .lonlnii. Ky. t. oh.vk c.,.. fr., . nvw CLINTON STHKHT, Tlio thief escaped, but the ashes but we have hail none In tecent such compete..,, conservHltve and worl.,''mi IUCKMAN.IC Y. 'J" . . ... conrngeous men mh President . who I...I krn rJtri .,.,r, , years. Yrk were recovered. ,rs0 ClevelHiid and Secretary Carlisle. , j , , ,,,ora I A Nt.liraKkll mn C obtained !"' "''".''r1 ,;V,M f The change cnnteinpliifel we o Tub great World's Fair at trust and believe, will bet lor the was opcnetl Monday with C,L" ..,....n -- !r.1: "u,"" v.pw. 8Uoul11 Into deflect, and there has iPAii wrtiuud that she is an liiiorriRlldo1erTtiluW- - ..! 0..e nUhi ih .aUuV. nuioU ceremony and display. Pres Improvement of tlibJDjfJfljHJjd uiu vuiuusuia roiio oHoe.iBo H..i. It, the nerol bar. If tin rule, wnrkii in nil I. nuni uipi I,i .III-lie orni 10 IH17 ha Highest .'Market Price will bo Paid for Iteef Cattle. ..., rat ident Cleveland pressed the but- t lie ml vantage or Its reogers. nun I ...1 ...i. 11,1 il..l,..il"' divorce Plantation Chill Cure stops chills, selecting the cure in (be place or states both vn,s the night and mill linrnc in Iht lol lUllr rouii.lv an J lilt ton and the managers will do tiie will be the trnnsrVreucJ of Mr. day would ha veto grind stops 'em quick, and they never tl.o ball and chain and compulsory' rest. supply tlio demand. hx. .las. C. Wearn, who has .been in come back. If yon don't believo improvement of the Lcinnrs hlgb-itwrit -- orlb HM "Well,- .,1,1 lioire HEBCIIAMs' ways. no umnej to ' HAM, '! Ii7 fr ItilUllillS' The Versallle Clarion reports Annik ntTRHE.tho little servant the ollico since 1870. fro'n tlio me- it, try it. If it don't stop 'em ask '"' " b.',"a1 ' 1(l1i" the nrMiilzntlon of a company lo " rlrl bo cruelly whipped by Mrs. chanical to (he editor!,! depart for .your money back you'll get It Have yon tried Plantation Liver establish a rabbit farm it. noil-- ! l)r. G. J. Stives, at Louisville, for ment. He ( a clever, sprightly MI a JIRo IMC B'. .d,I U laC ' tl.. -,n ...r l,,.,.l. Price C0t;. Sold by Pills for habitual constination T lorn county. iy. li.o larm is ioi ii.roKu mooft I r iH which Mrs. Stivers was sentenced ,n .i .... .. I'lif N . .. r. r.....ui ii:.. n ir .iirj uiu i.ri.r.;uj writer, and upon him will devolvo Mi... cons h.1 ol Ion acres ol anil leiicpil " ' r. man roi to th- - noiiiii.iir r fit Trim. ....-to n term of imprisonment, brought 1. l.biijiif, a 81irj cure. Price IMie. Sold by in with wire neltlii" fence Three '1' n'' fo,",J ,,,l """y iin n civil suit against Dr. and Mrs. thp active editorial work nfter the (Joro Itro's., Cayce, Ky. ,,," - "'J' "c'ow'gTirS Cow gill, Hickman, ICy acres of ground are to be culli- V'" Slivers for $70,000. and .1 iurv. 1st of Juno. In addition, conaid- - A. I'. Itrnvur.l. .Inr.liin ..,. . (hi. li. ht.l.", n . . K r. nnl nelmlsf ., .,.,-." " vateii in peaimta ami catiiingo for ,,,. 53 wllb ,0,rtr T.X.Swuyne. last week, awarded the girIfi,(AK).,orable improvement in new job 0 ourn urn ., i iii. it, rvy. uiiiu mr uie iiiuuns. nil-- cuiiiiiiii HKKOUMKIts t.MI I' K. Ill il n. 80 eminent a legal nntbnritv ns Wt l1. Inler ou' "ew rrange A. K. Ilrovanl, Jordan, Ky. stock of the concern is to be -- 0, rXAM'i:i:. " C. C. :. Certain Chttl Cnrc" Ic ILDUCIIA.tAN. J. J C. IMISDl'llANT. II I. Al N ItKAULKS, J A. TIIOMr.'ON, the assistant city attorney of metite as to possess the office of "Kefortners" are not all frauds, 000- L. HA.Nl'I.K, J i:. CASK, Jiale Jr. plcimiiit lo lake unit Intruder. Lonisville expresses it ns his set- belter facilities for printing botli says IIH'KN' NIY UF. 1TIIKH. the Hartford Herald, but An exchange says that when Children like It. tled conviction that "all properly lUii-gn man gets so old ho cannot do lo cure Chilli unil I'cicr. nearly all frauds profess to bs cannot stand a uniform rate of the paper and job work. Since the prophet used his now. anything but growl and grumble buttles 30 rcuts. llONIipIt taxation." And yet the constituThe slick citizen ers so successfully for the mouth Foritlflij 0. A. ItouroHcr, Drujsht. II. Dt'lin.NAN. I'reai.lent J. JN 'IIKXUI.'KH, INT, Aaililant Catldrr It.UAI.CX. TnK World's Fair Mb show was "reformers." ANUKR Jr , a.her J then it is lime for the good Lord tion declares that taxes "shall be opened .Monday with great pomp with his patent right wants to re- of April perhaps our readers will to call him homo for his roward. uniform upon nil property subject St. Louis in the weather llev. .u 11.1.. .... ..... .. .1,1.' or your fence, or form your illl. . i to taxation within the territorial and ceremony, President Cleve- your gale, churn, shows you, with be interested are to experience 11..I .... ... no .. ku. ..'.. ll.L.rr ...n Iltpnulle I. iimiii- . i . ......1. ih ii mi vr Hioks says we and iipm n liiu'n. i tn nltUli'.. MlIf nlu.a elisshs.l nillnnal m.w. tnrm. m 11. .! limits of the authority levying the land touching the button that great Hourisli, a contrivance fur in May: usefulness in order that they may in started all the machinery. it 1.1. tax." Cold days and frosty nights, continue lo torment those living. Tariff K.form, nl aiuiiJ.ih thr H.ni for doing all while you stand and wait nitliout rlal aixi'i.ti riiHS.i ur the i.i.i.i.hti;i and while you are waiting he following last April storm period, They don't seem tn realize that An act passed by the LegislaIN Texas members of the Legth Irail.ny D.I rrprrntllT Vtmo rrmic rF"r ' "" l uitrl Simr. It I, ture of Teunossee. and since ap- islature only got $2 a day, and for has gone with your money. Sn n will give place to warmer stormy "the good die young." lurl each TutaiNv nu.l Frl tjr. t)fourlttn proved by the Governor, gives sensationalist will now and then weather about the L'ud an I 3d. to liltcn .k r; tck, oni.t Hon. .Tuo. Ilrummal, authority to State banks to issue weeks a quorum has not appear- discover a new route to heaven, Sharp, frosty nights nee, not ou txiLLti a villi ot rrt i in wtfklj ed. Kentucky pays io, aud the or an adventurer will start out to surprise two or three days bofore R member, is attending Court. tutptr for lb prlc circulating medium. It requires "rfklj II (Ifti of facts to be deposited United States. same state.t.fVlnlM.1. exist. If t the blaze a tract to a perfect state of the itu or ath, anont which uy it He is a Duo lawyer, nod all so re- - llir n 41 It ! half W&-:- xrlirr, anil tktoy .. .. a .. A .. .n r ..u .IU I1 J- r r .r.v4' Y ' K State of Tennessee or comity l'f.,1 I. I.rfc OUtUVIBIM tlin DH.OIHUr. society where there shall lie no will turn very warm, and aMivoj cognize him, bnt he has no Incllna- - tinicli more fullj tbu ntrklj bonds, and the c.trrenoy to bo is should resign, or meet aud adjourn poverty, no wretchedness nor ills storms are liablo about 8tb, !)th Hon whatever try Constitution httrjlioljf (liuulil ulxejll fcr it at oner 1"1 Y$. tl.t Hn Wil" one of tlin fnw 'm,,.. ftt (or nra-a- irr.Ii ami rnuipMr, nnil Intp 'I'l.urj. unit: lit tl TnmiiArnl lira trill full ninlctni. ued lor Ihe bank of these secur- srtie die. ; "" .hi flrt nine In 32 rr it, "".. at "'. - " tlio -- ; ".' ities not in excess of 00 per cent, political fakirs mount a goods box to frost lino afteri'v dislurbnicea members who ...- that only a few lmortir pirty la in Tiik city of Cisco, Texas, was and, like the patent chum man, or of this period. The I.llt and .ith changes unu ameniiments were thr HtMiitlTf an.l Iil.lii? roulrol of of their market value. The act tlfparl limits the currency to be issued destroyed by a cyclone Sunday. the medicine vender, they hawk will bring sudden and extrfine needed or expected by tlio ninl of th National llottrniurni. An , li nt for one iar, by the State to $20,000000. with inticlt lenlencj to. pip, and was opposed to the work axtri oopr will Nearly every houe was blown their wares anil scoop their vicu Ihe Mnlrrol each rluti of fo'ir new T"T'7 .'" HP A T5.T" WmP A fV! bl U"W ! conference held in New down, lb' lives lost, and uioro than tims. They furnish tlio theories cyclonic, storms on or about time, of making an entirely new Consti- aut.erlbrra "IH fulir iliillara, r Un At the rile for H and their countrymen tlio votes tutes. Watch them! Cooler up. Union. 200 wounded. free nample C0ile, jd.I rale a club. Ail. York last week bi' Secretary CarV U 'I H eVV M Tfi they press the button and the vot- to next storm perioii, rtiun.rg aaSeMaeaatU Jrvf It.e Ilepublio, bi. Uiul., Mj. E'quiinnux nt the World's lisle aud the leading bankers, the A man in Galveston, Texas, is ers tin the rest. And when they from the 10th tn tlio Abiut Fair object to wearing their seal lluauoial question was frankly catching all the mice ho can and uro successful in steering them 'these days expect very warm skin clothes on hot days, and there A LEAD3E. discussed. The Secretary made vows that he will it selves into office presto! antl they weather to end in hard storns. is trouble between them and the Slnee lu firrt Intro lu.llon, Ktcetrlo turn them il plain that bontla will not be isthe women of that city appear on collapse into impotent parasites This is true, also, for tbo 2."th aid company with which they aro uu In cainrJ raiill In popular fator, sued except ns a last resort, and . n..'i. iou n. ront-uwho fatten for a period at public 20lh nnil dates touching ttiim.i (iei. rnittrnct. The Icelanders al- - nnlil nun it Ii d'arle In the lea. I atncag cnti. lunztK. in. t. trnid the currency laws need revis- the sidewalks in hoopdk'irts. oieiiKe, iiieu siiue oiu oi pnuiiu aiay win enn growing wnruiT, lafa iiuiiitrtil lailit Irnuliiiniit nnil paro inr iliolDal lonira ami lleralit .. b, ... ....... ...... .........r..., ion, beginning with the Sherman The VIJHngship to be exhibited ,..,....(.. na,l,n. -- ,,,,. m Silver law, which the Administra- at the World1 Fair ns a model notice uud into an obscurity fori with storms brewing and moxiag sovenil havo applied for a writ of,,, Uiai or Iniox.e.ui. it i. retne. which their tervces and achieve from the west." habeas corpus lo release them uit'il a Ihe lie.l an.l iil( rarttcli. fur tion will endeavor to hnvo repeall the ships in Norsinen them. from ihe company. They claim all ailiuenli of Stmmnh t.iver or Kl.lnej. ed. It was said at tlio conference are supposed Vhkh the tVttcoverwd iiieuts ire eminently lit begins to Imvo of tlio until iv.o (nrr.l nt KhrilninlMin. Hint they are being detained It .ll cure Mck He.Urlie, Imlizeeiinn, his that bankers of ilio east aro daily t?Arir r.linn. a.nl .1.1. I....I tmn il.. refusing credit to the south and America, .s;iileil Sunday fur Xcw appeals for favor by r.uisiug nil Tli rilrm. Ki(iifcilan Rinrantee.! with mnij cici nf rheaniallmn :uf-.- l ngaiunt their will. the organized Institutions uud York from Uergen. west, feuiiug the effects of the eacli Ixillle or Hie moner wUI lie reliinitnl. l nc wholesale produce iloiil. lliril Mill. lijr Chftmberljln's t'.ln llIm durlnj ll I" vm,p,"ri ,w r.a.laf Sheruinn law, U. TlfEItR is a wiilpsnron.i belief ti.rt ...i!i.rif..r.. i Vt,n,, few nmnihit hv Hie pr.r.' ' t.nlllsV """..' " " V. ers of Chicago are said tn linvr1 ti.a i i.....Au. iiu-- i , inw Minii,rn A..A rrct cnfiilnee In Ii eivfn K'- enrvlvfl pr"pr formed a tnut to operate during, n,combr",ru,",L TllK fact that a Democrat has among railroad employes in the that he will si: idly by anil watch on,llnl that the Western railroad his wife carry coal from the cellar.1 tie", nnil Ijic irown be thrre h ik. the World's Fair for tlio purpose eh x ll: a l.v '! ....it .. .. - . ... been elected from Massachusetts Ea rrrprnon that enn ilffnl'il .. ,. ...... nf tfu ..v.'. .. i Solicits jour husIuenH. to succeed Henry Cabot Lodge, iiii-i- win nia.vi' irouuic soon aiicri or n. live uioiillis lie will ue Billing lor that pilnlul ami :jrailDf Hi.taie ' 'r i...... . ..in.. - .1... hmht i.ir ........ .. We offer the most Liberal Acconimodntioua "iiiiuiiiii- uumi ki.ohi.iA. uiiuiiir In the House is proo f the Ninrld'd Fair has been opened, slolidly nt home drawing a salary! '"DLr " to our Customers Consistent ullh l'stublUhed Ohio, eari "Mr, produce of every kind, liinyunw Jtepuollcaii, Lorain. positive that the old liny State I s and is in .mod riinninre ord.r. " imnblr.1 intvo their ugeuls out all over tho from the tieoule's coffers which her1.0'."' "" ltaiikiug Piiuclples. "T ' "i'.'i.V.:nV":r V",yr'.rr surely and rapidly becoming makes no pretense to A iikecii treeon which Daniel Not all 'reformers' are frauds,,,.!, br 0 A. Ilolcimbe bru,fl,t. Democrat. Lodge was chosen shipment of all sorts of prodnco. nun. Al.e ihe fi.i., Kennr.aw ' I., .. (it I II A ' 1mi nl in All.i.i TIlAV fiffllf I II ll II (.t fll A II t tt titen ... r.aH les than a year ago by majority TlnnnnAOftial li.a nnmn !III I.ml,. ILl".Ilitit llirtll t O tm. mA LaVsllSl I.t... ..I t Hi iwa. (anu. lliHlw, l'lVUw an.l I.UP.i. ei ' ' I. II iO IfaJIIlL; UWl.ll I.UI Ullllairil l,l liaUU lit 11 in..nr nrL',000 mill now sees himself sno tew 133 years ago will .be a unique reformer." local tleMlers aro not able to meet, "Hhotit change, lake, up Immnltate con. C. HALTZKH, 11. T. TYLKU, J. W. POW KLL, II. II. HIIEV A K ABTA.NTAOr.H OF fJOOD ROAD4. "nin ..,..,. oui', ...rfi reeded by n sturdy Democrat. part of Tennesee's contribution to .mill inu ennsenueiice is nun uiu. n'"?? '" of ,r'',,,, s, A. A. FA HIS. W. A nilTK, J. W. COW GILL. He sees also the repudiation by World's Fair curios. The tree was olten uuiit for, "'"rnliir' .c.ncmii.ii, Uuioili, I'm,,,. A country wl.l.out ronds w .latter will Plantation Chill Cnre Is guaranKfin,fll, Ida own former constituents of ,le,, produce during tho coming season, cite, M,nln .mi .M.mphu at night' teed. If it don't cure go and get remain undeveloped, its Jonc-bor........ .U...t-.- - ... t.. . i.iImI.. Jlm the various iniquities of which he long a landmark near your money back. Ask jour mer- triasures stored away. Tcnn. .very cot porallon under the, .. 1...1, i ,i lllorni- - '.v,,!,,,!!. oo.i himself was the author and proWhere poor roads prevail every HOW law, which is HOW in effect, p , chant abont it. l'rlce'oOc. Sold by i h phet. Who says that there Is a Mn. Cleveland bumped his thing else is very apt tn be poor, mnftf ivriln tiriiit nr iimIii! lift i.r nr . ermfor cinneet, at AtlantaT.mt.i elrepint j4cHaaiif lllp ami I.ta.l Cowgill&cowgill, Hickman, Ky the horse farmer tud merchant. Kepublican party any longer! head at a most unfortunate time.,1 cpr. .ml HorlJa tVnirs! s.l ., i, .!,... ..n.i... on. Lake T. T. Swayne, Mrs. If tWO horses hail the load of have th wnril.1 ,'nl,"lr Kllroil Thiallnelevaiae.' It is intimated, says the Owens-bor- there Cleveland ought to hurt. been Gore liro's., Gayce, Ky. aX e' H. jhr.ot the ,,t,,,n.,. moU four, one wagou haul the load No to ask him if it Messenger, that at the meet,0 Hon A. E. Urevard. Jordan. Kr. " ..iiieaeW.of two, one set of harness haul the ing of the Republican National man can properly appreciate a also reiplireil 10 IIIO Willi their nr- aee an.l Oearnla. Sleeplnjcar bfrllncn, .A.nd ondof two, ono driver sorve for ,i;l,B f incorporation, in tho b. .Dt,l ti.roiuh lr. .i.,nc.. Kieur. m- Committee and National League bumped head without a sympathetic The Homo and School puts a two. anil six nines instead of threo .., ..iA.i,i. ,..n m. raui .. n. r n.t. sion tiekeu . no iM.i i Convention In Louisville, May 10, wife ou the spot to ask him that check ou impulsive State pride by be made per hour, the agrrcsrsto lo all rrinelpal Smtli O'nrcta nj Klorl- DUL'C.S, an attempt will be made to reor question. a curt catalogue of nines the saving would double the net in- - stocklinltlnrs with the itmotint of ll winter rrorla. I'urlher Infornvoion gauizo the party ou old issues and stock each owns. Any corpora- on application la t'oiioii Ticket Omen, ML'DIOINKS, learn nt the , r ...faslMfr tn rn.iu.lv L.uiohino men at Cincinnati Kentuckinn canAmong these are: u.. in u.i TCrage .ariner. iuis ,. t to wiu back tariff reform converts W, I,. orlil's Fair." Pauener STATION EKY,! " des'.doratum can only be accom with the law -in- these aparticulars, or loTicket J)iiIct, GeneralTenn. are much interested in n we on to tho protection theory. There . ktaVwxmJ . laataaaaVaaVjatTaKami Nmhtille, I rv if 11 n . . .. 11U AMIIV MID plished by the means of good pub,1 nCUIUbltV ! W - . " W U it XI a ' BTaaaaaaVaaflea3Y ( is nothing but old issues tor tlio r.a. iiicmui too cuy conn, 1110 only country on earth, nud others which aro named in the FASOVOOOlls'i ' lic roads. Republican party to stand on, and law making it an ofTciisc foran emis liablo to n flue of from "That a horse is uot the noblest rnu Tbo effect of good public roads statute, 500, nud it is made tho ILLINOIS CENTRAL Ji. R. SINDHIK3, but littlo that can be encouraging plover to prevent nn'omploye from1 work of Gotl. 4(0 to upon land value is lo iucreaso the duty of the Secretary of State to in them. It is qitlto too early to belonging to a labor orgjuizatioiil ''That if our Legislature is the MP.DIOAL PAINTS, i talk of reorganizing the party." It by discharging him, or threatening worst in the Union it has compe-t- value of such land. see that the penalty is applied. Experience has shown that the TO CHICAGO A.f II TIIK will take tho Republicans another US15. OILS, discharge him. havinir been an-- , tition. News reached our city Wed, vnltie of ground is in direct ratio . f ' year to recover from the befnd-dlo- pealed to w " .1 iMfa-iiiui uirro in nuiuo urn my ana to the good condition of tho roads nesday, through parlies from MadPHKSCUIITIONS A SPKCrALTY. condition they hnvo been in a gooil deal of brains outside his or streets which traverse them. ow on Ml. rrnm rallnn la Cl.lr.-- o an.l TI'Vcl rid Iteud, Ky.. of a double murder ever since last November. Kentucky House of Re- own StatP. The r'luia .1 ll'juif..r th. rnun.l nl.; l inruH.lnu. A road system is the mcuus of In that locality. From the best Ul.t HUtl.Ott IV IX'II. Ilirlu.iTe. i.h.I lu rrtnrn presentatives extended an invita"That there is much in a name, facilitating intercourse. ' "n Tim first paper ever published tion to the Louisville busincH ' " " centra ..formal. on .. that . wo con lit " Ulllj ,. uather ".""' ?". " Haute la . men and ours might he Improved. . in the Chinese language in the is the back- concerning nie trngetiy 11 soems flTlRfl WS eSaf sfclew! W wSJlaW SM lW 9 Tli at the earth will not wor- bone of business. Good public that Chris Harris, a whlto man. kaii. 110 tn riiiiN TiiRaomii United States will shortly be is- to come to Frankfort and present their petition concerning tile char ship him because he Is from Ken- roads are the primary necessities ami Tom Waters, a uecro. wero who.e ttaliit nUr tltlr-.- wllhuut lran.frr.ir .1" sued from a newspaper oftlce In tutir In full f!r of (he "OLD the city of Chicago. It will be ter 1 uesday nf teernoon, and then, tucky. of civilized life and national pros- mnrtli.pai1 l.tr n rtinti wlinm ITfirrtu "That there are many other peo- perity. American Farmer. EXPOSITION BUILDINGS inadvertently, accepted an invita edited by a mongolian who has had had a difficulty with. Harris Keii a HpUndlil Slock tf lli er; Leal nk,a been in Hint city since 1808. Its tion to attend the Lexington raees ple as hospitable as he, and a fow ami the negro were shot outright, of all klnJ. ol more polite. object will be to persuado all Chi- the same afternoon it is supposed that the negro Prepare yonrself for the coming frfnd "That a man is not neccessnrlly Stop.s of nt tuts country to become was concerned in the tinmen HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &c, Accordinq to the Geary law,' a fool because he doesn't 'talk niimmer by cleansing your system Harris, The report tinsdefense dis.l:lltirn..oil ami lulrn ll.Al. ..i been nnd purifying your blood with uiul ai'lrPvei1 tbs last horso.' " the its American citizens, nud conform! w blch are olfereJ al ONE PlttCK, ami tl at iLa Plantation Sarsaparllla and Iodide credited by a man from the Rend at to Ameiicnu customs as tn thplr Congress, unregistered Chinamen (N'orir. K.lr M.llon-)Ior Potash. Price GOcts nnd $1.00 who said he saw Harris alive and l'l.l..ncr i TnK tenor of the dispatches per bottle. Sold h.y dresB and Imbits. Who knows found in the United States are rr loweal Ik market Juillori. 'well Thursday morning. (New Vnr further parllciilai., lichr.., ptr , rail on or but wlint the dusky Mongolians are violators of the law and subject indicate that a respectable reva'lOn-I It II lu l.t ji.ur kal, or nrir.. Cowgill & Oowgill, Hickman, Ky Madrid Kecoid. All fioili guaranteed to l reprruntf J A., t'hlcujn A. II IHNsoN, II, rgriil. may yet occupy n high position in to arrest. It is the duty of the fed- olutionary movement has tnkeu ' " T. T. Swayne. Pain in Stomach nnd Ilownls tin! politics nnd government ol eral officials charged with the col- place in Cuba. The uprising hail Gore Urn's., Cnyco, Ky. Purging, Cramps, Summer Com this country. The intelligence and lection of revenue to carry out but a small beginning, tho revo A. E. IJrevartl, Jordan, Ky. lutlouists being only twenty, led plaint nud other diseases of tho Mississippi Valley Route titlaptibillty of a Chinaman tn his the requirements of the new law. by two brothers named Sartorions, Stomach nud liowels cannot exist surroundings is almost wonderful, Vallf r Co.) (Sewiort Newt An Ohio boy crawled under when Plantation Dinrrhwa MixOne of our webtrrn exchanges sons of a brave Spanish general. and the "heathen," as we cnll him, gives tho following, which we pro- but it has grown to alarming pro tho bed when bis mother attempt. ture is used. It'sguaraiitoed. Sold LOUISVU.I.K, can innko a citizen if bu duce for tho especial benefit of a portions, pctng now general In the oil to punish him. She couldn't by Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickman Ky desires to do so. EVANSVILLE, " " eusteru parts of Ihe Island. The get him out, so shn left him theio Hwnyno, few of our subscribers: .MANY of our democratic, CINCINNATI, ex"If you latest intelligence is that the revo- until his father returned home, T. T. liro's., Cnvce, Ky. Gnro & NI All rOI.VTI changes nro advocating an Income have headaches, dizziness nnd faint- lutionists now on the march num- When the father en mo and was A. E. Hrovard, Jordan, Ky. ing spells accompanied by chills, ber 12,000 men. The Captnin tax 011 all incomes in excess of l told about the case he started to Commenting upon the cramps conn, bunions, chilblains, held a council of war in Ha- - crawl under the bod to bring forth DEALERS IN Mrs. Kato Tyler, wife of Capt. subject the New York World snys: epilepsey nnd jaundice it iH a sign! vann Tnesiluy night, declared mar Ids disobedient sou, but iih a. 10 J. P. Tyler, who diod nt tho home MBMI'IlW, The Chancellor of the British you aio not well, but nre liable to tint law In the provlnnp of Satitia most paralyzed when the littlo mother, nearJoidan, last VICKSIJUItn, found Hint he will Imvo a tiieat uny minute. Pay your sub- go, nnd offered pardon to nil who asked: "Hello, pap, is she of her wns burled in the Fulton NEW OIU.KANS, weok, de!lcit of several million of dollars scription a year in advance", you, toot" cemetery Thursday. Shu was a nnd thus would lay down their arms in eight after A Nil AIL 1'OINTS Hiid ho promptly decided to in- make yourself solid for a ,,oyd days. Advices Iroiu Madrid A well known physician savs dnnuhter of the lute Dr. Alexanm ii jim: crease the inenitio tax. This tax obituary that the Government has re- that he gives bread pills notice." uoblo sugar tier, of this county, uud hue proved the most lloxlble and cognized tho seriousness of the pills In his practice to and compose daughter of n noblo futher. Tho calculated of any feature of Talk of building a ,1(nv o Cuban situation, nnd tho Cabinet the nerves nnd stimulate tho bu- writer woll remembers hur ns a 8T. LOUIS, 1110 midget. The ofllners spem to in Clinton county has led to hud approved the resolution au- lief that they are getting CAIItO, better hr cheerful, blight, beautiful young encounter littlo difficulty in col- the usual talk of moving tho coun- thorizing tho Govoruer Goiieral people who hnvo RIIICAUO, TT are e!Tc rlaj ill greijrs of Main, Medium nothing the n1 1'lne rurntturo nt cently reilnrftl prt'f . VT "Irl, scattering sunshine nud Imp lecting ii, nnd It Is ensy to calcu- ty seat. That U the of Cuba to draw upon the royal ANli am, I'niNrs with txnj a full line at nil tiinntnf ohnlri. Rooltorn, Tnlilos, Dtironun, Wnnltolnnda, late in advanco how much it will of opposition to the f.miliur form treasury for any amount required tor says, them. Chronic Invalids nlnenn among her associates. A Wardrohoa, Chamlior Hots, Mnttroeoos, eprliiRO, Eto , "i wo cutrantee ut ho nre to be found chiefly true, good, dovoted wifn nud improvement yield. Tho snbject is of interest of count v prlrea to bn the lowen. Ultra u a trial mm liuinnrlnren, among pennlo who hnvo nothing mother such n noblo nnttiro was propei ty and bears its for military supplies, n,l 'Uioount all eoupttltloa la Uil to the American people, us ConnTWi are lieadijanrtort on to think about but their livers, bound to bo, nud wo nro told that ConoiollnR at MempbU with llirough linn. We oarry n largo Una of Unilortnkors' 0)3Cla Cole. part or tho respum(IJ,uty, f0r so Wnmlen an M.Ul.lo lljr.al llnrklrii'N Arnlrn BJitivei. gress will be uskod to impose u Irilni lo nil point In and they devoto their minds to in mntitrer years, with like earnarKfHrinrf anil Job Work a iptclalt. Tit ItKJTHai.vi In the world for Cula, graded Income tax. say on nil In- tunny wretchedly tlilapidatefl courtAHKANBAS AND TKXAS. Brulae Worta, Ulcer. Suit Kliei.m. Kcrer their nehes aud pains with great estness nnd sincerity, alio clung comes of over 10,000 pur annum. houses in Kentucky. fj()0j cort-lious- Sotea, Teller, Ul.ip-Hunili, to the cross of tho Mnster. A Rntei, Tlcket,niUII Information will l.e nro not as numerous ns Coma, nnd all Hkin Krapliona, Chilblain, assiduity. Ho would like to Tlio pretouso that such tux can't ami work, but be knows life so pure, loving and true, is furniahcil on ipplioallun lo jnut nenr- be collected in vain. It Is collect- should bc. Justice U H0 ,)00ry cure Pile, or no par require.!. It Hint his hypoohondriao BRUTQ V70K.T5. eat ticket iijjont. patients tbo glorious preparation for tho I ed in England, Germany, France housed in many counties aitixftictlon. that it is or ginranleeJ to el perfect'ib cent per would get angry nt snch n sngges-tio- llfo beyond, nnd this knowledge L. F.DAY, T. II. LVNOII, u.oner refunded. Price nud Italy, and it can bo collected small wonder she makes herself nnd engage nnothor plui. brings tho only comfort to tho box. For aale bj C. A. Jbleumbe, t. Asj't Oen. P8j, Al't Trallio M'gr. here." bcarce. Courier-Journcinn. lovod ones who mourn. LOUISVILLE, KV. .- nepartmentofthc World, Pair. - i'1 '" S 1111111 11 'T.. .!... '"'",,,' meeung a ,.pKran. .'"' lrm .home, ani.ouueiug this djlng ,.., S? poor or any bottom thr! Avar. ,- -.. ne-i- s K I?'" . It Ib Botno encouragement to! WM 8AM8I'. our farmers, whoso growing wheat U JJ JJ " O) The river at Hickman rose promises a fair yield, to know th.it ,fT-T- 1 V Ue "" usually seeded to spring; II "j Tl) (flf A about a Inches tlio past HI hour... fe fe nriversabovo .below, hat Indications now am that the favorable weaiher. In the north the present Hood will roach Us crest uiu part nf Ninth Dakota not mil TO JOtl.V SUCCSSSOKS l.y Sunday or Monday The Mis- nero Iiiih tieuu sown, nor at any Iint unii ii.ia i..t. ...t ...'.iMMu.nrnil fjilllni' m t. iMiiini in Minnesota north.rof St. m.ii . ... . ...v HIP. .1 v"i... n... ....n ft... iiri Wl .1.1... l.l. '... SX. ' liOinc, hmo uiiruniu when the crop is uttiiullv in tlio 1 J on L'ntl, oml the weather bureau ground. Owlni: 'to the iuimeiiMi ,,,,.,11 R. highest water mark at supply of the old etop on hand,, ., ' . . m 1A til. If clear inesc uuiavoianio repotts itoiiii ' ' n,ir ' Immediate' ,,.the West hn had 1.0 ' k Sitet Ant Hmtll l'rofln. eneet on the tnnrket. but It looks our M,,iio-"fait m set in am. ootimu ia....erH ko later on it .hotild have. . ,, ,. !, , to work, but if general ,. ZSX V , i f J (fe .N Q M&Mi&e ! WiTTA'd,) - i ..''', r)til!IC and --Qlc Fancy Groceries, Ia.xM, - :b:.iw , lHira. I ,., CllntonJBl, .;, . old Wllllnt tttn.1. ' $ I I ) lr haw, -- attaeh-meu- ,,!,L"USgar;r. I xxoXr i I nd Fancv Groceries DELIVERED JTlEE XAIMAL gold-bnnii- i?,,!,,' JVer r.. T c,,,a Clii-eat- ,, ,u,k) S'S yk. '" 'XW "''",Mf GOODS . o ....-i- : .... I iit-nji- ....... 111 . ,r rr ''" ".rj -- m j-- u." ... ili-- r- lir-- ;,,.,, rl CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIREOTOBS. C 2iuii-aiiU'- o OPPIOERS nl ,.-- 'TwIco-a-Week- " -. on-hl- jr . ' 1.1 IHCKMAN WAGON CO., e.1- , I I I A m ,z.xs?2&i W& at 7I 1 ."'."' .""' ! , 1 . " - peo-warmt- In-a- I VN rfl 1 N' imjsi u wjiiuum. J.rTIP loo-L- IITCIOi:Ar. KENTirCMvY. I'll-ler- a .. le-wii- e ICKMA1T HIOKMAN, )r I IJMEp I KENTUOICY. I i ... .. . ,ruhic""Z?"WJ'J.ri'. .' r0 a a J I '!. """'" ..11.4 .al .1 . a. I - " I - -- -- ... -- Paid Up Capital 40,000.00. -- 1 1 11 I a. ".? w I -- evtj DIRECTOR 1 1 a l,'n o, o tll ,"'" J"" - ,,.i, .. f. . SWAT SB, Dealer - "'i - "'''. Avt-nt- t.b.. I 't - -- I " i7 , I e I iKni' '- T -, jui:iui:i , o tins vl wjl.: yfmmvrtsm d 1 W'r.l.l.,'M 0,1- . I n I ZISZ.IABISI" I - I1 Regular h mm mi I V mi I..r 31 ! I..l-- l first-clas- s STEPHENS TYLER, Gen-ora- fel-lo- re-po- rt - 11 j :: . Fiirnliiirc and Uiidertuker's (3oods, eni-il- court-hous- - in-.t- - ISTortli n.nd Wost. es I 11 hI-livel- y ?OTJR JOB TO THE u I)rug-cle- al COURIER - - OFFICE. J&. ;i i? m s&bO-- wmnmn? iwmmmi&wtounnmasm&irisyiiu FMbLLtiitim Atautk t mmimmBmiMaamHmmtausezjLLA .- - a, . . V1 iv wrnm.-- ,y'r...i., y fir'; (.iiv. .in .,i. tri, , ?1 i- - ,uv nvwnrmr-rmnrwnmnmwmmnmmamnmm- m HAY, CORN, OATS, BRAN, LIME. CEMENT, EL mn iaan GJrl-r---"-"'--1-J'Cr- i.J.ir JW.TirTjtaTAj.Mr.;vyTjf f"Uli:sjlAXt)KF; in i.a mi mr i imii n iib mmi lm "WitnKwwfwmnin:' , Circuit Court Hems. Tho Fulton Circuit Court .Monday, Judge Mosa not, having arrived, Judio 0. L. Hnn-- J dlo opened Court, einpanclllnff con-veucil Xjj. LA DIl'S SLIl'l'EltS, u$ak ffi illOFI4jbi a r E.-X. ' w. f 1 MM DKKSS CALICOS, t UU tilWSS .,. O IXC HAMS, ZllSEffERlVIAN, a (Km imMi mmM IA sip 0. s il Proper. iinwiippn IlUillJilDlJy QV OTHER J"U"& VIOL'S, Vl " .. $1.00. . . ( CIIU.DIIKX'S SUITS, Jt H Til I Casb. sqits G-rooe- r, w IIKAYY 7c. Bargains TOO NUMEUOUS VXSTS, . SlMTIXG, 8ic TO MENTION. J.IXI.'X JOWIILS, fij J .VAX.V Buggies ! Saddles ! Harness have tlio mod comtileto and carefully selected line ttf I LADIES 7c. AT SUM M Kit li l IXDUllSIIlllTS, 23c. BUGGY HARNESS AND SADDLES AImi, a full lino of Bridles, Collars, Collar In JHcktntin. Chirk Lines, llrceching, Humes, Traces, Ac. JtG.OO A good Ht of lluggy Harness PauV, THE FAMOUS lltlO WW A H DOMESTIC, M 6c- - nk I kv noons, niaMA 11 ,i:'vs JxmG0 ?7.00. , rn Jf U MViUti CLOT I.N G WVikV .ft f W" Saddle Hiding llridlcs.. Itliu.l IJridles Collar Pads..- -. A good '.oO W 60 26 & suits, TAHLE L1XEX, If you want a good Huggy, m'o me beloi'o you liny. Alfred. II. M;oDq,33,i.1- ni M SMITH, ELLISON & XAI'KIXS, Toe dor. CO. : - ' win K!rs Sill UTS, 37ic' M RR )( gtyT I : i Ucr.Icr ta The Sam Jones meeting in It is reported that the body of Tlio bill requiring hnrber shops Waller Ladd, son of .Mr. .Ino. I).' to closu on Sunday lias become n I'jducah has ulotftd. Tho meet bidil, if Cairn, Ills., who was 'law without the Oovennr's signa- - IttLT was not so great a success ns DRUGS, HEDICIHES, FAINTS AHD iliowued in the river at that nine it lire. It docs not go Into effect at Howling Uteeu ami oilier placheveral weeks ago, has been re- - until !)l days after tho adjourn. es, because of disagreeable weathIIXCK32AN, KV. er and tho ahseuce of Mr. Jones, incut or tlio Legislatuie. eoicted. lu ll ton going a Milk, BkaJ called homo by the sickness of u have the latest Slllcs ill Miss Ada Mr. M' PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. The people who arc grntnbling Tho two newspaper money under falso pretenses. Neckwear. Suspenders, Ilulf Hose Kciin Hubbard,dnneliterof of Columbus, was at tho cool weathur don't know daughter.. .. ti r .H.I.. i. am... .i petit juuoua. tidlces, News and Sliiuilaid. were iiBniiKiTc.iiri.i.niiiri-i.vi,Mlni..l in tli.it nil v. mi tin. L'Ttli L.I.... .!..... re well off. As soon GUARANTEED CURE. 5 J. A. Stuhlis, S. Ti. Drewry, L. II. (J. , jlc2feiller ii lls 11 in nver nu in near ihhiiiiij; converted, it is said, and this Itii r fi We nuiliotU- - nur udtcrt'stil drnegit lo imikea up iu quality whut was M. Hnshart. L. O. Mmldox, Win. will soon bo out. School Dr. John II. Morton, of .lor prominent .outig physician of but biiMo bull ami reports from Perry, A. M. Luusforil, It. C. Uam fll Dr. Kins'" New Uilroserjr fur lacking in uumbcis. the cholera infected dlstilcts of Strawberries nro.now on the dan, this county, hss been appoint, (.'alio, Illinois. CoiihIi. stitl Cnlils, upon tliid nge, Wilson Hacon, John Verhinos, itb cd to take charge of tho Keeluy con.lillon. K you nre nfilieuil Mm ope. 1tlii(lri'- - Hire Jturli I'kMfil, inuikct. Henry Isbell, A. F. Oliver, J. limmn (o UlUoa Jlr. tf Mv slock of Men's Custom Oimyli, ColJ or nny Lun, Thront or Cheit S Itrttrr, of MoAlliit'r'illr. Kliler Institute ut Nashville, Tenn. vgu Hox Paper, 15c to 50 cents. Juni.Vt S J. 0. Houdrix, J. N., trmihle, nnj will un lliU remcJ; Jt The inonny panic stems to made Shoes re I lip very bust, and 0)., I'. "VT hi lf i, ftil'ji-c- i Hon. Stnoker J. Tailor, the "ill guarantee satisfaction. liliickmaii, . Kimboilin, G. Hruns-foullmve died Something new at rrctoJ, ifin( it a Nir ttinl, noil "ipfrl-fiic- e 'ii)im-lo tramp In lie loniacln no titiitlil, yon roj retii'n lie bollle ilisttngtilslied Tennessee cHiiiiim! 1 he Irlf I Whit Henry, J. O. Ilynum, lf r anil t'ollo. fi'.l ,) II. 0. AMiir.m;. Jl D. K. Wilson & Co's. Diirrtiorn Cbnmhrllnn il, I keep the very i or style ,liwi We nd hae jour money rtfuii'leJ. . Kcuinl; Ur ir.isli 1). O. Meachiim, Win. Edmonds, circuit court, Tho Columbian, published at II. 0. AMJiUitci. not mk" btruw Mat. -- age,, iu H0 .,t.,1R The electric light election at ill",,. I wiiti ili .p.fil rini.f it nirorlcil Arthcr King, A. M. Dellow, M. A. coulj Dr. Klnj'ii ihn otfer Jtil we not know uic liupoilaiit Clint New DUcoirrT couM be Cotumbus, ICy hassusiieuded be. New Madrid, last week, (ailed li.v .Siif Km klnce iic I It wlifn,rr orcear McDauiel uud lieu. Threlknld, Fire, Life, Accident, Judgo Ituhius, of Muyfleld, Is I'Hses. r'linl on. It never iHnapol d t. Trial ri'l fniinit llit It nrrir filli. V.m by cauno of tlio lack of patronage.' a one nud vote, the law I A lloleoiillir, Dnnpi.l. bollli-- frer t C A. Holcorale'ti Jrug slor. oiio of tlio ilslllug attorneys, HKAND JUKY. r"Cio the Kuroprau l'alaee for The Columbian was a good local I. rge 1ie oOeond $1.00. requiring a majority. 'J 17 W. II. Kennedy, foreman; A. J. The tnctlo of old Prob. this fresh Itrcud. p.iper and deserved a liberal sup. The vote fur was l."il; against 78. Tornado, &c. Tho wholesale ileMriictlnn of Jeftrles, Nevi Heath, C. P. Under, 3 ran "When In donbl, rnln again." The farmers of (tush Creek purl from tho citizens of Colnni. They will try it over iu tlio near the birds is one of the sad lisiuo for Sulo ! Lect, Win. Hester, A.T. Alonzo Cio to the Buropciu P.tlaro iielhbiirhood, tireveuled from bus. future. Fine Piano for sale. Cost 8.300. of our American civilization, Thompson. II. IJ. Hrcrard, Drew It is believed by some that work by the ruins, nro each night for Confections, Fruit, etc. The merchants of Union City l'heasaiits uud quill are about Lnteti, W. W. Webster, J. It. Will sell it for $200, on time, with Teh! kv.irtl hz:mi EiprniaW LouUville Capgootl note. gone, nud many of our feathered Brown and I). W. Hughes. Judge .Tnrnrn Cainphell, of enjoilng an old fashioned singing ithet decision of the caso, lit reinoxal iionii wiiicii lias have organized u protective mer- songsters, once quito II. T. Douglass. Pudiicah, In ittlcudlug I lie Circuit school. numeious, cantile uceiicy for the protection . $340,000,000.00, taken to the courts, will -- Something got wrong with the been Court. of its members against tlio pro- we now lint seldom see. Nearly The flrst District Educational practically decide as to the Ilirk-iimall of our until birds are insec- Association will meet ut Fulton The olde ut Inhabitant hna electric light dynamo Tuesday wateraiid electric light bonds. fessional "dead beats" the men One Mule tn I two Mf. The Mule Is never known such a norm excd night, and patrons of the iiiciin However, newspaper decisions who buy goods without tho loust tivnrous, and their loss is mani- May SO 27th. OFKICn OVKB QICKMAIT BANK, fest in tho depreil.itinti of insects descent have had to resort to Immlji liijli, tiroVe lo 3 Years oiJ, li iMirlug. don't always stand in the uourts. idea of paying for thorn. Att'y Hay, of Hnrdwoll, was' work Or. temle, fnmil ni.irr, 8jenrs HICKMAN. on our fruits anil farm products. lumps nod coal oil since. KENTUCKY. sea- The birds are the farmers' hct iu Hickman' this weok, looking! old, any womin or elillil cn ride or drife fWAreyou looklnc for cheap1 fcir A flue lino of choice Cigars wr-- McOlnty neror went to the tetTThis a Alio, one flue iiiMIe an I linrneM son, ami if yon u new Car- tlio interest of somo clients. her good, t it yon ar go to and Tobaccos at tho Kuropeuu bottom of tho well, as reported.s net. Oil ninth, needMutllmr. .. . friends. Now, when summer is mi ufter mare, l'n h mares a'r fine bree.lfU, auJ HICKMAN HOTEL, vnu us, Hp.ire tbebitdd. fi .1 5r H, 0. AMiir.iKi'tf. He only stepped down to i or Palace. POTATO SLIPS FOK SALE have, or Mil bate, coin rn llila erring. should come uud see tho large Drug Store nud got bottom ovrr.tocknl. HISTAUP.ANT, LTOOHCOUNTEB. Tern... cb or creJil. .Tiuljjo A. 1). Steele and Mr. at McMiihan's garden, at 'Mn per I liHVeln this Is your life worth CO cents I An exchange M. A. Mc DAN I in,. Flourucy aro representing tlio nessee farmer bus sbvs that a Ten prices on Paints, Oils. Olaas, etc. stock will ustonlsb line. The low " lllcVmii, Ky. you. Dumb Chill; Ague; Congestive hundred; jl.u per thousand. 4 23 ;- willteu to Sec. Tde.v keep a lull line or such prices Fulton liar. 11. F. FlKLDS. Connler oren Jay ami nleit. Stettt t Uhllt,r'I)eath. This is the evoluII. rj. AMiir.itn. MMHry .minim n kiiuw wiieini'r goods. all Iioutklioinl nml JjOl)(!iijC f 3.00 per May has como with its foliage it Is advisable to plant potatoes tion of tkit malarial chilly sensacharged Philip Ethinglnn, 2 week. Iiy boirJ $2.50 per week. Mealt climnod its linu era its delightful on the wane of tho moon. tion. Stop it iu time. Plantation with mving killed Charlio Somcrs A late ini)lion ((ilenlcl) wlleb, I'd CenU. Ixl"lnj; 23 ceoln. Chill Cure will do it, or it will cost and wife, lust Mimmcr, near Tip. llimii.li alnni! In nii.lrnr.tlnii. I. nf. prn.l ate and Its beautiful tkies. EUUL.VE HATW, Mnnr. ...... ,..vTho legislature had undercon.j lioiii?keepor. touville. was ruptured In Missis- ' iniporiKrce In e'rr IJ, wlilch, by mere- AW- - Clocks at Ituck Hros you rrntbiiiir. Sold by from sideratinu nun ilay last week a SHOES, SIIOF.S, sippi, mid is again in jail ut Tipton-ville- . SIOVK P1PK CLKNI out llie pipe anil 75c up. New slock. III icsoliitloii mukii.g it unlawful to It pulling o , clrtua Co gill oc Cowglll, Hickman, Iy ! remorea lie il ire uectMiij of fiMn down DR. exhibit uncageil bears, or other L. P. BALTZEfc T.T. Swavne. Cities not cleaned up by tho pl fdllrj; die lioue with The river nt Hickman is at tliocan be nxeil a a Dtnipcr Hlien yool, &e Core Hni's., Cayce. JCv. nulhnrities nro In danger of being wilil animals, on a pulillu 6trcet or SHOES, S SIIOF.S, ilrtirrJ, Il highway. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tho highest it has reached this ellbcr partiil or crmplt'e, 'l wli'n not A. E. Hteiurd, Jordan, Ivy. .i cleoned up by the epidemic. K season. A large acreiigo of bot- In use re!a ocninm back wnll of cblinney CntHlogue prices on Watch-Cairo is tn lug to ralsp enough iiickman, : : : : KENTOCKy.'' An Oklahoma editor says in tom lands under water, nnd great or Hue, entirely out of the way, SHOES, es miit Jewelry. Cull sod examine SIIOK8, money to Induce Sam Jones to i resnltiiig. A majority of I.mlln I vru'il.l t i Imrilt, Ids paper: "Yesterday we were injury my stock mid get my prices be07er M profenslonid oertlr's Is Ibe peo- A patent tipw, nt i..r i art, come to that city for h week. again married. It will be remern-bere- bottom farmers were planting, ami of fcot, Twill rrir. junr .lo.i I). r'fol Hick' man an J vicinity. fore buying elsewliere. UI1M1 f.lr Iiii. m In t llrt r mut. Office, cor. or Jacxron sail Kealueky Bl' y do to .1. W. Strnughnn's fori 4:lil that both of our fuimer nearly all must bo done overagitiu. A nilnut.'. work SHOES, iluri. m crtml), J. W. Siiuitoui.Vh. SHOES, j It act. . Iinuipcr. .. ir.u iu ililiunvr. t wives eloped with the foreman of Huts, Fishing Tack-lo- . r.VKUY DAY IS r. Farmeis and machine men Tho frost diit considerable Sec. the office. To avoid rinv further will fluil tho best quality of Lu- uounty anil Hiaie lligiittilor 'e t:'.'I ' mm. m. .Mcui;ur;u, dauiuge to corn that had come tin iiieonveieuce of this kind ueliuve bricating Oils, for mownra. threshSHOES, SHOES, .Iiiilgd Moss being delayed, No. I3j7 Pari Si, Howling tireen, Ky Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, uud killed vegetables, such as this time married a lady who is Jnilge Kandlo opened Court Mou beans, cucumber and Irish potaengines, &c. cheap, nt herself a compositor, nud nho will ers, C tiny, hud cuipaiinelcd thojailes. T. T. SlVAY.NB'H. ZbTOTIOE I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, toes. Most of thcui have to be set the t,pe while we bustle for SHOES, . SHOES, Iwdlon Circuit Court, Arr!l20, 1S93. Mr. J. T. Stephons and wife, For nlco correspondence who will owe on the tho ducks HICKMAN, - - KESTUCKY. Misses Lizz.io Tains, Ola Goalder, II. W. IlugMelt & Co. )0rJr rcfering tisn Loral Stationery, to be had subuciiption." Dycndnirg is to he connected lo . , FOK WE SELL only at 1). K. WilhoN & Co'h. Nettie Kirkpatrick, fVurrio 1 (Jom'er. SHOES, Thomnllughletl.eHl.J Maler with Memphis by way of Itiplcy.i SHOES, Hegidencennd olBce aJjilnlng Joifjre King. Marie Hrevard, Chrrle Mni ST Dtilies, don't wear your -- Sam Jours Is billed tn lecture The plant will cot 5:1,000 and that' The creditors o( V IIuElilelt. man's olBce. 3.25 tl J fJurrptt nud Mm. A. Ti .Tnnen. loft selves out by running an old, are ordered U ipesr l.rfore W. P, in Union Cltyon June 11th. Sub- amount is to 1m raised hy su!ncri-- j heavy Machine. Call nt Cowglll's' Wednesday on tho steamer Now Taylor, Mailer Ccmmiluer of tklaeour', SHOES, 3IIOES, ject "CictThrrennd Stny There." Don by the. towns along the hue South, on mi vxoursiou to oin- on or before tbe fiurih Monday Iti Anfuit Drug Storo and get a light-ruuext and file their cUImtncdnu aald deTho Ilickmsn Huilding and wanting connection. ciimaii. ning "New Home," tho best cedent, proen as requlreil by lw. Loan Association wants to loan iu the mid kut. SHOES, Wttneia my In ml us Clerk Circuit ATTOBNEY-AT-USHOES, Preparations aro already beMr Aro you looking for tho $ 10.0(H) on good Fulton County ing made for the hniiging of Dob Court tula April 2ii. 1303. lutest style goods-- ! jiyoii are, ion! estate J F K0V3TEH, Clerk. an example of what push Iti own ut MnyUeld, which is to As Hickman, : : : : Kentucky. go to II. 0. AjniKIMJ'H. and close application to business take place June 0. A coincidence. SHOES, inT Yon can get anything you SHOES, Tom Neal, of Dyersburg, will will do, thesuccess, evident to all, of tlio affair is that tho hanging is EMB2i;:0 MACK, want to cut at the F.uropcuti Pal returned the practice of law, mldtess the National Editorial of our ..oung Shoe merchants. tn take place on tho bhth day of Rovally breil. fianlinl. recialerel No, HAVINGle lid. pr"ni.t and undivided ace, from " a. in. to 1 a. m. 1ST .12 11 S & S V '4983, brown million, 15 hnnds hiijh, all ntteniluQ lo buslnesa culraeled lo bis cart. Association ut its meeting ut SHOES, I Messrs. Sunders anil Rice, in build tho sheiiff who is to executo black SHOES, Claud Coll, a young man 22 rolnls, thit If, bUck feel, nuue and on the subject, 'How to run ing 11'pa splendid trndo, Is north Brown. cara old, was drowned In tho a country newspaper, or how to tail. Perfectly kin I, woman cm dri'e Wo the n'oiice of all beginners, clo.e in 2."0 him to miles from lturdell, crow fat on promises and cord. Sheriff Johnson brought Jno. 1.1,. ri In t'litf iry. lie ein trot will full In nre informed that, owing to their ,ivh,iilv ji.M.llit..M Sunday lust. wood," rapidly growing Shoo trade, they, Jones, under life sentence, from i0o nltu htm ho drives Mm ime In r , The r.ites to tlio World's Huury Kaler.n citizen of Cliu-tCitizens of towns who wish The Mnyfleld Mirror brings nro sacrificing profits on all Gent's Frankfort, to testify ut tlio pres-- iiarne. - sired by Ampol s he by Office over Hickman IUnk. Pedifree.Fair will bu cheaper and tlm exsen their places increase iu ton, lias brnucht suit ag.iiust that forward the nuino of Judge J. K, Furnlsliin? Goods, Pants nnd ent term of the circuit court. The hibition fuller by and by. Wall wealth ami population muni hear town for U,000 damages for iu Hobbitis ns :i possible cauditl.tte Huts to close them oul, or reduce , Louisville f'oinnierolal reports "fl10'J,"', .J'"'"11"," h,e ib p IIICKMAN, KY. until about September. in mind that tho.v will reap the juries sustained, some months ago, for Appellate Judge to succeed their Hues ro us to make room thatwhenJoi.es was searched nt AUrk.. ,,; 'w".ju,,h.,i,e by Membrlno Will a'lend rirmaptly lo all business Its for their immcuse Shoo Stock. tlio Louisville jail n quantity of cider No. n. uu hroilin irotted, with Hob mehl4-'9Aro you looking for tho best principal part of the. benefit to bo1 by falling over minio implements Justiue Caswoll Hennctt. For further trusted to his enre. in in front of u bins is a Inwyor of bruins, energy Tlm iMiiion Musonio l.otige,' pepper WUS found ..,, his , pocket, but little ...Ac..,. ,. ,;, ...,.,..,. ,. ... HI ....! fnii quality of goods t If .von ate, go derived from tho establishment of loft on the ' " iiiuiiufaoturlng Industries. . , store. Iho suit is brought against and honesty, and would niako a or this city, was reorganized Tnes- - " " V ,?.HAi , OA.on Vm.." r. li II, O. AMiimto'ri. to . , 1, i.wimei;ull, m. , . tho city for allowing the streets Judge of whom nil would be flnt nti.li. miilai. illiini..,ltAii f,,,' tended to """ oi.v ,,,,,,, iiimi ,7, lll.l,, 3r Dahiike's Hread, of Union to be obstructed by merchandise. proud. escape. Ham Jones begins n big moot, , 1(1 tn,nl ,F MUVHRINO MCK, VJ..,i.iil. .u.li1, linoioi' lug at Jackson on the 1st of Juno. City, Tenn., received doily at tlio . ed by'rnembers of that lodge, bo Buy The European Palace Is lohas nil Ibe pure blood Hurt on hi slreV European Palace. 3y- - WIipii tlio wntor works nro Hi li us Ontiglitrr'i A large Tabcrnaclu is being built side (hit lleialrlno Mack liaa, Youiie cated two doors east of tho Ex- In operation everybody should ing pre'Reut nud installing tho olil KENTUCKY for that special purpose. Tho Courier again Btiggests press Muck a dii'j Wolllo evcl: sne by n HICKMAN, Tint first meeting o( lh Klnj Da ugh cers office, Clinton Street. take n bath. Cowgill & Cowglll and 3rd Wednesday nights in each '" ooveniion will be held in u.i.l.ville on of lUr; nnim. ti.oroug i,b red. i m Is tlio that it might lip well for tint f for n 150 milo trip, urw Is lull I" laud owners to huvo the Lot reports oto to (ho effect keep r.ico Soops, Sponges, Toilet iiinuiii, 'rim toiiowinir oillcers , .,'l,1i um, io wiiicii hi ...,. .., n.i.of, 1.1..1. ,,,v... .. annus ...lil(h, brown, wltn- Orfico over Cowgill & Cowglll's ,... i,.n World's Fair rato on the Denvpr ,tv r.,. n.t .., ..' coruniiiv rnciH'i-r- I'Tir ... 111a ar. ." & Tip.nuville Levee Hint the frost was not as bail ns it Waters, besides n full line of Ex wero installed: .1. nylor, . ,tl ;'..i.,uriier ..n.i iKvir nam.,iiitili-inud Kin Oraniln railway. Verr gentle nnd kiud It Is Hickman m once m Hih star in whn .... ,,..,. Drug Storo. .. , ... r. ttf ; ta. . . tracts ami Odors. Coinpnny's Interests represented was thought at llrst. There will Works everywhere, illl ki. 11. imiizer, r. v iu. Knill- - Chairman will beenlirtnined hy Ibe Klnss i about 821 from Hickman. before tlm Mississippi Itivcr Com- ho plenty of fruit of all kinds, , le.l, J, W;J. W. Cowglll, S. I) ; uglitr of Imistllle. Delegates will and I. in tine sly I. t Tho saloons of 4 I I Membrino .Marr at $15 lo in- ' Croquet Sets six and eight mission as to iiiioiiiicuib tor icveo though the datnago was motit ser Trn-iJ'" ",e Bowling Green uro closed, the Win. Stoker, J. D; Geo. Warren. i'1'"8 the oily l,"'", '" wh1 """ thfy "'" sure and Yii'ing Mack at $10. at ray farm, I .11 III J COAL! COAl ! bulls, cheap or high priced, at rcaeli purposes. Inus iu low places. Grape vines oily council having refused to re- Treas: V. i4, McCntchen. Seu'y on Mobile anl Ohio rjllron I, neir Oaklon. LUCY lUril M5DSON, Chni'n. I). K. WlLHON&Co's. were killed, but those who claim new the licenses which expired, A. M. Perry, Tyler; M. IJ. Shuw A Rochester man has invent, Service fee ti'le when the fuel la nsccr J02tJ Ktftt. St., I.o:itsTl!le, Ky. W'H nud tho Sunday Ksquire J. F. Mauees brought ed tallied or ibe niara transferred. All care PITTS uuao, jackets anil l0 kll0'v B"J' oll,er fr,,It ordinance hns uud Mr. Rhiuellnrt, Stewards. taken 10 prevent accidents, but not tho Courier n Columbian lieu egg, trousers. Wont ho please Invent l,ut l),u oul ',", ,,M'1 '"o "''O' gonn into operation. To raiso the EL'BEKA, When the spring time comes nud tl M any occur. OK1TILVSIY. (Ids week, almost perfectly shaped soir darning stockings! Then IC bo a fair ouo. revenue, thus lost, tho city coun you fool tired, lu&v, mid seiierally J.O.SALMON. ILLINOIS LUMP, a flue meerschaum. liko will go down to posterity us the the tux fcr When yon standout to look cil lias decided to Increaseimposed no account, Dun' I Llmnr Ihe tcenllirr, HI I, at the riilenreof her (illier, W, and ANTHRACITB, Hut cleanse your blood with I'lun 0. HUir, ne.ir Clinton, Kjr , April till) Mayueld has put in an oientrlo greatest benefactor of the ngo. ,a tho electric lights you will catch rato mid the license fees A. W. LINDSAY, , will fall upon his neck cold. Go to OowbIiI'n Dmo-StuIn any quantities desirnl. upon various trades mid proles-sinus- lutioii aarsaoarillu. mid start youri light plant, ami the town Is now Women i" " h,e . a. which Is causing consider- a. K!i a born t'elirnsty 20, JS72. Some Attoraoy-at-Lawliver with Plautatioii Pills, and illumliiiited with 24 aro lights of and bless him, and children will nud buy a bottlo of 8yrnp of Tar KO Li OT cry for him. un, Wild Cherry, or soma other able complaint. lll'll) lift) anew with the iPftt of (lie ertlwraM sga she obeyci Ike eos- 2000 candle power each. HirivMAK, KY. j pel under Ihe ciiuistry of lira, - I havo tho largest stock of natiiro. Hold bv Conner at teirTlio Mutual LI lo Insurance good oougli medicine. Sr I will soil ltox Paper at cost PARIS & FARKER, R;15 Murrell. Saginaw, Midi., is to tho front Ladies and Misses Oxford Ties, Howgill & Cowglll, Iliukuiaii, Ky Oreennood Chrlslijr, cliiirch. Since llint Office i'h B for tho next 00 days, in order to Company of New York Is tlio old. time her pitnclu,i alieniltnce Iter iiickman, : : : : Kentucky cat, lurgost mid best Company iu wth a first class sensation. A which will not full to givo satisreduce stock. T.T. S wayne, prWiite xhrirlatlnn and her faith, tho Unltod States. Tho Company mysterious young woman, pretty faction. Try them. 5 (loro Urn's., Cayce, Ky. J. W. Stuaucjiun. in (ill rebukes hare nttealed her leenIiii lo now issuing to the insuring pub- w II. 0. Amiikho. a picture, Jumps out from dark A. B. Ilrovard, Jordan, Ky. Ihe cnuae. Mb was alia)i kind nnd Samuel lin u policy ooniprlsing advantages corners at night and forcibly Tho iimny friends of Blacksmith and Undertaker bjickman HJarble Works, to Thpro Is a fellow up nt Green In inpiitioniiig tho recent oy chnrilablu never Iho pogr. Allhaiifli her At Crosslnud, before offered. For full in- (.H young inon ns they pass, nud sli wm fcr some mind wni slront, 1UCKMAX, KY, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. tomcv, woro glad to seo his famil- formation about these policlos, then bounds away with it morrv Pay, Minn., who, every tiino ho clono that missed over various time rrevlima lo her nialdnr ninlil gets on spree, insists 011 paying sections of tlio SOIIth, II Genririll' iinwrf" In both rasnlsl and spiritual cut- iar face in court this weok. cull on E. It. Elu.son, agent. laugh. It is said oven tho best B. C. years sauscripiioti to 111s town paper Says: "Tho wind sometimes mre. n""! during tier last sickness mani- - C 1VF MP r)o( when yon want THIAI. men Tho deadly cyclone unntiimca uiALra is i nil nur reiim or nun, resignation ani IT l'.l.n Miii.ihiii" ilnii. nr r.'h.ilr. nl (ii "i'.,.""J" nnni disciplined marriedor stavnro con paper, says Tom Neal's Gazolte. cnts vorv nuoer canera. An old ""' no- nnt 'r?. " iiiinniiiriiii I"""' "f11,L.,lr. tn clronluto In tho wild mid wooly master af his town Mr. George ir.iet nt? t ho hab t ior'e.iing a epsciit wMgons. k a Hill line He has already paid for his paper colorod woman In tho unner tmrt ci''";' l'i"" i" " t" Marbli Italian ani Ameiucan OKAVB j of thru who are Wpst. Its pathway is one of diro V'..r,. lo o..l,l In l. ............. I. of rlli 'v;i TOMU AND MONUMENTS, , to Jan. 1st, 1027. An effort will of the rountry ownsn largo wash onlytnlkpt I' hc spirit alreiigthennl man. i,,l,(bli in n,,,., ,, ,,u Vltlliuiiilllll. In Ihe Inner all 8TONE8. lifoAiid property. destruction to lug n sale of his paper, tho Hlck-- I aS" My stock of Men's, Bovs be made ut Iho noxt Tennessee pot, wiiioii Hlie claims was titruoil Undortskor'c aoodc, 1imii ill end druw tie t alia rpieilvd In stock, a. fin lot of lie Iu lllnck Va. to BSrlsoll anything in my store man Courier. If he persists, n no- nud Youths' Clothing is largor and Stnto Press Association to as- insiilo ont by a cyclone. Site says Ihul inoiisy tliltsentllUT a poor tha aclinul-I.1 ('oiiimiin lioi""'!, nnd Hntld can lie filled HAVING Italian Marble, I am anil at niilanul Collin oul ' ""es, which nut ns cheap hr tho cheiipost. I sell titlon from the Kentucky editors "f better qnnllty, style and fit than certain whit brand of whiskey tho pot Ih ns good ns over, only Call and exarainj ' short nnlice,' ber learlier nt Pranklort. Then aelcrlln-- ! the best quality that can be bought, against his appointment 'nt post.' I ever bought. aud I will meetuny that fellow is drinking, in order tho legs nud handles aro 011 the n place lo lie hitrleil, and he minister to ' mi mi iiie m a call.and at rcinii.ililc iuv work, that it may bo moro generally insiilo now and poster her when ntliid her funeral, she ipdeily (ell hIcoiiI price F!ip driers from Ibe country pitniptly nud I sell tho latest styles the master should be ssnt to Wash- - competition in prices lh.Jall, J3T . ' llvd. II. O. AMDBItO. placed on tho market. b SrtOW ington. she stirs tho clothes." market affords. II. C. AMlir.fUl. 'in Jesus. ntiyiVfB "jL DYE-STDF1 1 An exchange sbjs the surest way to keep supplied with stiriug N., O. & SLL. K. p.. is to plant a garden unit i chicken IMtk'I l F N II Tl.la AKUIVCX.10 r liny a shot gun. Vi il 1. Tt.lu ai, H. ll.l. H. raid It"l a elI Tl.H. No. M, IUJ 1 a. .John lloyett, charged with connection xllli Thit maks the I. A N at MeKrnile going nurib, n killing a ncgio ut Obion Station, V l l'.Jiic.U Juno-lio- n whs captured in Illinois, and lode S N. ,H wllli (olnir north an I ilit N n U t n (cam id In Jail at Union City. Itullroitil Time Tnhlr. tlipjnrli'R, On Ttiemlay .Tndo Moss and! Com. Attorney Slielbouruo wcro promptly on hand. Com. v J. 1. Wlftoinnii, breach of (lie peace, ai'iiiltted. Com. va V. M. Oeyer, selling playing cardH, ?5(l flue. Com. vn Dick Klr.hanlHon, continued. Com. va I'M ilni'kncr, nssault mid battery, flni'il ."(). Cum. vr Dee llrooka, murder, coutiuiieil. Com. vr Iiud Dorris, racing on public roads, acquitted. Com. vo Will Rogers, resubmitted to tlio grand jury. Com. vh Tnlio Meiidrlx and set for Tuesilay. Sixty jurors to bo summoned from Hickman county. Com. vs J. It. Connelly, breach of the peach, fined 610. The case of the Com. vs. Win Herrln, for disturbing a lawful semblage of people, was tiled by' ri jury and n fluo of $27.1 imposed. 'The caso against Jus. Herring, fined "?200;and Doc Herring 23. Com. vs. To bo Ilaynos, charged with burning tho barn of i W. Webstor, acquitted. Com vs A. T. Mitchell, false swearing, sot for uoxt Monday. The grund jury litis returned 3 indictments. The court was yesterday engag. cd tr.ilngtho oise ngaliist Flom liubliurt, charged witli obtaining otb-cr- SELLS! SELLS! SELLS! Fresh Bircad, Confectioneries, Frnlfs, Cm- (Lics, Imported and Domestic Oanaed , ! GooJs, Fine Oi?arjj and Tofoasco. Lunches Served from a. m. to 1 n. m. Ice Croam and Soda Water in Season. Vn . m m W''?l in -- 5 j SfiRAlTKIf A.n rl :LM;y IkV Tfe. vJ"5Tlr, LRd wj k&jMAj $ Abo, Sucrciior to J. II. Kfinjer, la Hooks, A full Stationery, &c. line of OITICAL GOODS. Rtpair'g Fino Watches a Specialty a8 Keire8uted. Woik Guaranteed, nnd Coods Guar Efluger's Old Stnint, Clinton Street. 3rmrn 3w:'3 j. aDJ".lili-3- C . j... THE OLD ESMABL1. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, "local news. -- Am:a. l t E, Bh Ellison. 1 I I , .l (Jli-i - r I INSURANCE! one-thir- d two-third- s tir fen-Hire- s - J n - ' houso-cleatiin- j Cow-gill'- - - 1 fi5-2i- 3To1;ice -. ro-l- -- w.-- -. 12 -- AT THEli I ly 1 Cash Shoe Store I i il i I d fl-.- r -- IiAse-ballsnu- ry 31 2-- . , W "Bargain DaY," Ham-age- VV. n - ma-chin- e O. L. RANDLE Cash.! Chi-ong- o D RIOli back-wate- r .'1 rrt i ' S. T. DAVIS, i o Attorney at L? w, , !.!,' tr Hide-wal- k J i,,c-,,i- I ": . S- - i..'I.i,i. 0 r.-.- i.i . Dii s. J-- 33entiat, kTdavidson. 1 over-Mowe- , s - I thirty-citjh- ."I". ..... l. -- - m , self-patchin- g l,l" it "P j" fl I ! '''-or- . '. , H- - A. OIiIVSH, j kiss-nove- r - j .... 11 - .! 11 - IIAMAGE, -e spei-uiiy- . !,!- I I 11 - 1s I - 11 llilvr.-r- . I Courier-Journal- ITJ, r 1r. vu, , jf'lTtr? :, M 1 Ja.tiuraala.'asii,.aaBt4j ZZlL3lJZZnj- U'iimik:mxinumt&K,'ttmtamtemiAiMiUTSMixlfrh 'smu 04-?- l""" 2GIG2J ,v; m, ayaa.7t!-saB- i "ikiitw Hood'sCures After the Crip It Restores Health nnd Strength. mm BOOT '2ES19 of collar pada and boots tor horses, ami la a reliable business mini "Ma.llson, VH , Jan M, 1893 "Messrs. C I. Hood Jk Co., Lowell, Ma s. " I cannot speak: In too favorable terms of tbo Rood qualities of Hoods Sarsaparllla. I hive had a bad cough for nearly two jeirs, comlns went on after tho (trip I tried physlclins, twice, to the, Hot bprlnjrs of Arlcnnsns, but all Snrn-parlll- a A bottle cf llool' I col dldnosso'd. nnd It Rive me relief at erne second dose seemed to po to the rlslilapot. I atterwanls) cot kIx bottles, nnd have taken nearly all of It, and knotr 1 am much better ev cry ay. "Somany medicines nro advertised that do no Rood, 1 would Dot (ay anything In favor ol Mr. Vcxter Curt la Is well known In Wisconsin oa a manufacturer llf 4 Hood's Hood's Pills , Jaundice Cures any unless I was fully satisfied tt was cool anil worth trj Injr I tiellcvolIoodaiarsap.irllUls. good." venzn cuims. cure all Liter Ills, HIIIous-cesIndigestion, Sick Hridiche. " 0OiimefrsWAMP-R00T.- started out from Thirty-fourt- h street and, running up alongside each Ollls the kind used vessel in line, carried the Information ' In the production that tho review had been postponed until 2 o'clock. of Scott's EmulAt 8 n. m. the vessels of Spain, Hypophos-phitcso- f sion France, llrnzil and Argentina dressed ship. All of the other foreign vessels Lime and hoisted color, with the stars nnd strips Soda are added at the main. The Ameticnn ships for their vital eftho hoisted colors, but did not -yards until 10 o'clock, at w hlch hour fect upon nerve A, .3RT7A the llrltlsh, Rkssinn and Italhin ships No and brain. nlso dressed yards. mystery surrounds this formula- At 2 o'clock all the steam latinehesof v;,w7- the only mystery is how quickly the American wire dropped jf i-it builds up flesh nnd brings back and manned. Tho embaikatlon of the party on board the reviewAUOl'STA. presidential strength to the weak of nil ages. ing boat Dolphin was a gorgeous affair. stream just below the Hussians. They landing place had were gay and frolicsome with bunting A hnndsome special been erected for the purjiosc at the foot nnd the profusion of flags hid their street, the nppnuch sharp wnrdikc appearance. of Twenty-thirOpposite th5 Frenchmen were the will check Consumption and is to which was carpeted and draped in Chicago, Yorktovvn and Charleston. indispensable in all wasting dis- hunting. Tho "president was escorted by his I Next to the latter was the Vesuvius, eases. aaval aides und accompanied by .Mrs. with her innocent looKing aynamno PrpiredbyGcottBown.N T. AII4relts. w 'mm iiiiiiiiiw iiwi Cleveland, tho members of the cabinet tubes hidden in bunting which swung jaw " and their wives and the members of fore and aft from her two masts. "Unlike the Dutch Process tho diplomatic corps representing forNear the Vesuvius was another craeign governments. No representatives ter of destruction, tho Ktna, tho flagNo Alltnlic, of the press or the general public were ship of tfie Italian fleet Near her lay (7ft xkv' f ..nti permitted on board the piestdentlnl sister ship, tho Oiovannl Ilausan, (South Other Chemicals acht liven the Duke of Vcrngua, tho of the Ilausan the Infanta Isabel, with her white hull and three bunting covare used in the prepjiatlon ui ered masts with the Spanish Tags aft, lay opposite tho Nuevo Dc .lullo, ArW. MAKER k CO.'S gentine's single representative. Just below her tho big black hull nnd ship- reakfastCocoa rigged Van Speyk poked her bowsprit high In the air and with jards trimmed ithlth 1$ abtolutttv pure anil oluMe with bunting made a noticeable fea lltlmmorefiniifjirfeflmes IB, ' iikeitrrnythvt Coeoi lulxe t ture. The Ileinn ltegentn nnd tho Nco-v- o street, Kspana lay olT Willi Stsreli, Arrowroot or 'Sucar. and Is far moro eco and just below them the big llrarllian nomical, coiunj lets than one con a tup. battleship Aqnldrban loomed up with It Is delicious, iicurlntilDg, and ruiLT her turrets and military masts partially DIOESTEn. Sold by Orortt concealed by bunting. In her rear lay iriwhr. the Tiradentes unci Itepuhllcn, her sis'W.'BAKEB. vt CO.,Boroheter,Man. nl vs At Drtlcctsta, 50 cent nnd ?1.00le. "Oulde to Health" Free. Consultation I roe. tiik iMjf.rnisf (v. .). . Address Dr. Kilmer i. Co.. IllngUjmton. Tliousnnd of visitors poured Into the city to witness the sight At 10:30 n. in. the signal lioat Cush-in- g cxlinustcd me; death seemed so very near. and nil my troubles Tlie swellings bate gone have illsappcnrrsl. My bealth Is better nosv for years. than It has made the euro. 'Nwamp-Iloo- t" ones to wrlto mo I will tell them Tell doubting Mns. II. J. Citm-oei- s, allaboutlt. Co.. lnd. Marietta, Jan. 13. manifestation of sentiment, liarly not of forces. Yet some of tho fleetest and most formidable - navnl vessels in The quaintest tho world were thenpart of the day's proceedings was that tho post of honor at the hend of there- viewed roltims was (jlren to apparently unseaworthy repnsluctions of the Columbus cara els, tho Santa Maria, inta and XI mi. The line of vessels review was over ICO. tlirto miles in length stretching in two nmnolenl SunlNncr. Hold as 1 hnf saved my life after columns from the foot of Twenty-thir- d "a tramp-Roo- t" iuffered everytning oui ucniu. street to nlKiut Vnctyfifth street, you my I send reviewing ship, the Dolphin, nnd thlsd(s- - where tho cription of ray caw anchored. Tho foreign vessels were most of ana j ou ran uu iv u them stationed on the New York side j ou wish. 1 Mr hiinds were as of the Hudson riser the American V Vb lyfcA J cold as Ice; flro would licet, wit tho Uerman Dutch and Ar, not warm them, timnslml swellings gentine cruiser, ccupied the New Jerof tho lower limbs; 1 sey side. The ships were anchored 300 rould not button my yards apart, nnd a spice of 400 yards shoes. Exertion was left bets eon tho two columns. 11 Co.. ninghnmton, N. V. Dr, Kilmer Gentlemen: I was under tbocaro of different plijslclaiu for nearly two jenrs; trlol every doctor In our town, continued to suffer and decline untUIwuph)lcnl wreck. Tho most learned pnysic-lan- s made examinations and prononnecsl my caso ono of flravel or Mono In the Bladder, nnd raid that T would npvrr lo atlV better until It wus rcmo ed by a surgical operation. Onl I tbouKht wlut next? nnn felt Rfld: I mVSclf. to aave .up. as an operation eecmed Sinw us all . i L- - .....- - f..m,t limn. imu hv.ii certain aratn. T reaches! your Swnmp-lton- t ly the good newi of send you by this snmo mall a samples me. I of the atone or travel that was dleaol t rd and expelled by the use of )our SHampdloot. Unro It must havo been as well to-l-as a good Isired (roo y as ever did. egg. I am feeling as and It saved I kept right on using Bsrarap-Itoanyonedoultamystatemcnt I will If ay life. w.wv,e I ittmmft llnirfrsmltb. iat. Marys Ule. Ohio. Dec aith, ISC GRAVEL GRAVEL GRAVEL! Largo as n Goose Egg. p 5f THE FLEET IN POSITION. came a volunteer escort The) scene the buple, oftlrers and crew alntdj then became one of combined grace, tho bands, struck tip tho national sir tliomwnds or New Yorker View the ntilttmtlon and beauty never to bo nnd n nntlonnl Miluto of twenty-on- t .Msnenter In North Itlst-- l'repr,irj The absenee of cannonading to the tlrrat Naval He slew. Tho OroatoBt Navttl Rovlow In ,'ttn vsn fired by each ahlp. left the nlrelesr and every outline, ol Durlnp the half hour or tuoro Unit Modorn History. Nkw Yoiik, April 27. Tho navnl the magnificent ships Hood out Is tho presidential progress lasted UiU .... ,1. fleet of thirl v.(, luminous silhouette tigatnst the cloud,if t.r, sentlnir tho soven-liml,i .... less skv. The flags of tho different A Thunderous Welcome From the " and tho progress of 400 years In the nationalities, and even the names ol 01 many nations urc uuni in iiinrino eonsiruutlon, came to the ships, were clearly discernible from President Cleveland anchor Tuesday nftermson at half past cither shore. S o'clock at tho gates , New York Tho fleets were preceded by navy r And llltfntdnrt ns They rs.ed Unng "," below Torts Wndsworth aril tugs und patrol steamers, whose nnd Miosting I.Iiip of ltrtlrw-Hplrnsum, Hamilton. At t:4 on Wednosdnv dltlV It "'ls 1" "eep me s Mnslis by United MhIcs mornliiL- - this llit m, ..! . I brought up by four rev. ......v.. t, ulr Tin- rear was No vessels of nny kind (lmtlilo Ileserlytluu North river In two columns, the rime cuttcm. of the Scene. nmencans on tnc iifiv Jersey side, nnd svere allowed to break through this most of the visitors on tho New York I tie. Internaside, and took their ofllolal stations , The ships steamed up tho river uutll Kkw YonK, April 2,-T- lie .. from which on Tlmrvilns. ili.. ,. 111 .sa the Philadelphia nnd lllako ieahisl a tional rendezvous! Anil rev ten in hmor r j ns street, lute President Cleveland ""jhe .iis of Coliunhim, which has been innstlvo passes point opiHislte F.lghty-nlntd when tho signal to anchor was given. profrress for nearly two week, nt'sstAN ri.Aosnu, nKMim. Ainnmi. ueuvoen mo columns. lines1, with was j ristfnlnj- - iti n ilitnontrtitUm cannonading ncser censed, until in nil As the morning worn on nnd the The entire water frontdottesl with all preparations for breaking anchor lie- - people and the water more spectacular, more nolj a"1' nto.ro more than sixteen hundred guns hnd remarkable, in many other respects Towards the close of their thnn anything of the klml rvonnleil In been fired. long separnte Identity had imxlern history. There lime l'1" ,,n' booming purged in ono titanic roar, while val reviews of international ehanuter been flashes of red llame and dense miphur-ou- s '''' befurn, hut nonu 00 strlKiny clouds of smoke were nil tho spectators on the shore could distinguish. l'ollowlng closo In the wake of llm Dolphin and getting full lcnellt of the salutes eaino the army steamer Gen. Meigs, bearing the honored foreign guests of the Duke of Veragun, attended by (Jen. Sehotleld, of the army, Hear Admiral ltelknap. of tho navy. II tKv's Tho only other steamer permitted w Ithln the sacred limits during tho brief progress of tho presidential review was the Monmouth, upon which wcro senators and metnlierK of congress, governors of states, newspaper nnd other invited representatives guests. When tho Dolphin reached tho end of the line, in the nelghlorhoodof Ninety-fiftstreet, sho dropped anchor and made preparations to receive the commanding ofllcers of the foreign squadrons, who wens presented to the president by their respective ministers. Fifteen minutes before the reception jmiiTMi. nmnAituf. ended nnd w hen the president was presignal There v.w one at denoa, Columbus' paring to land, an admonitory ho left wnsghenfrom the Dolphin as birthday lnt jear. at which ves-c-ls represenllnc thirteen nations nil thove tho vessel and h enteted his barge at the Ninety-sixtstreet, every vessel now participating with the nddltlon of foot of in the fleet ngnin manned yards nnd o 1'ortupal, liomnanin drveco nnd participated, nnd In which Admi- rails, and once more lired a salute of e guns, following tho ral llenhani. of the Neunrk, took part twenty-onThen the president's flag for the I'nited Mates, hut there were In line on was lowered by the Dolphin nnd tlxei only tuenty esen tha't cKC.isIon, and thte mostly second-cijs- public ceremonies of the duy were nrrosiNG spectacle. n r Why notiMeed? ooHOTsmrcrrata txP' liar-iM- v dl'l irs-scl- I h oiilinl-itnto- When the Royal Unking Powder makes finer and more wholesome food at a less cost, which every housekeeper familiar with it will affirm, why not discard altogether the methods of soda and sour milk, or homc-m.-u- lc mixture of cream of tartar and soda, or the chc.ipcr and inferior baking powders, and use it exclusively? old-fashioned Knamels, and Pslrls whlete stale I with I it. Ilna Ihat Isvxsin eatiit hum Mill. Tlie Hlsl'ni Vua Stove Polish It HrtUiasl, Oslor--1 less, Ihiisble. and the eortamsr pan ror nouni or fists ptctste wun evsry purenssss. ... WHY YOU WANT I r,jl kit h Me-ic- ie wrdpa iKr-lPsXw vesM-lan- s. cou-sider- et refr review of Thursday ecllpseil all In Interest it being pecu- Xeworlt nnal As a peaceful demonstration, the """" 4 H SbSSe fT" l takes bo has asuccessful fisherman Just becaut pull ou the lines. llocuetter Demhis pleasures seriously, soberly and In ocrat discteet company, for the old tar of Tni birds were) the first spring poets. lls'tlon and of song, like Great Pan, Is Their lays ,ovl and en nest ones. dead. You will see him no moro fresh Times, f rotn the Spanish Main, garbed qunlnt-ly- , World's Number. striking nttlltuhs like, a master of Thi road's Csi"i)nintos tiublithrs this week d'nnco nnd combat, shifting quids, an Kxtra World's Kalr Number of W I'sees, hitching trouvrs, damning eyes nnd with U) Illustrations, aud a cover In Ten scattering double haudfuls of doubloons tolort. This Is the lareott and most elaborate nnd mohlores -- you will see him no and pigtallcd number that hat over been publltbed by more n T'st Cnmsinloit during tbo sword-girdeand beplstolled, save In of Its history. Whothfryou t'n to tbo)enrt Knit tho gosls still or star t homo ) on should Imvn this num where tho Ho is no uer 11 stilt ou sent ireoio auynetvauu-scn'je- r In I1I111. lovo and Wllevr received In May tt 73 for lieing, a man year's subscription. It ran with bo obtained longer n also with the virtues of a chllil, a elilltt wtiu of t.esvsdenlers, or by sending ten rents to the vli'os of a man lie Is alert, vigor- - Tils YoiTit's CottrAMlox, llotton, Msss iraim, inoueav, wum, oils, for 'Trt dollars "Why,ttealln' dat chlckenl"I solser. The tvpo figuring In the popu-- , Jedire, hones' now. Is the exception; cried Hastus lar mind us a could a' bought dat hen fer two dolIar.', and be sure that tho shore rovers carry Harper t Uaiar. ing lee gunwales under with a press of The (wiilii of the Csnisal(n. canvass and tiacklng and tilling -- tilling To pen lies s3n.liiKn with any hopes of especially along the hospitable chan-- ' spec ysucceit, ntueK the enemy, malaria, nelwnjs of the Howery, are not true befnio It has u eham-- to Intrench. An obrepresentatives of our YnnUre tars. stinate foo 'twill provolf oudon t go riRht , too, you will have at It If you nro pruds-ntHarpers s Weekly. fori ned, U(su the first Intimation of lie pres. neoln vournelKliborhood llostetler'a Nut s lied of llu.es. Hton un Hitlers Is this medicinal ammuniIt is told of a former cabinet member tion ibnl jou resiutre Kvory form of malathat he came to Washington to rest "1 rial fever yields to this nn preventive and have workesl, nnd workesl hard," said remedy. he, "slnco I mis nine jenrs old, nnd As earthoitaVe couldn't very well travel when the offer of this cabinet osltlon Iner.nlta liven this bouses would tumble came to mo unsought I determined to to It Troy Press. lay oil for awhile nnd take a rest It ! are a llr him's seemed just the thing, a place of honor eft, usi remisly for all Ullouspal"!" and nervous and dignity, a rich legacy to leave my "dim, icrt. Koraalebysildrtiifitlsts. children. I gnvo up iny pnifesslou. cloMsl my house, nnd ut endrmousex A ttrttB boy was naked what the Sunday-se- h He ausiverodt "J any are I test was. ps'tiso moved my family and my to Washington, only to Und that a rold but few are Iroieu. street-ca- r conductor Is it man of leisure to me, anil 11 day laliorer to le envied From early In the morning until long nfter midnight I workisl like a hnckm-horse. 1 huvu hardly any titno for my family and less for my friends, nnd tho dignity nnd honor nro but small com The Modern As a rule, the Man. It does not follow that a person wilt AND M JsCT.' 1 rlr HsHHHLMlCSiS MAO! BY cross-gartere- sixty-seve- d uiehs-drnm- a, J.I.CASET.M.CO., dual-nnture- dle-har- "rts Two tKitt.ei of Oeni'nti Syntp cured 111c of Hcniorrh.tRe of tha Ltitigx when other rcmciiicsi failed. I am a married nnn ntul, thutysix years of riRc, and live with ray wife, and two little girls nt Durham, Mo. I have stated tins brief nnd plain .so that nil may understand My caso was n had one, nnd I shall he glad to tell anyone nliotit it who will write me Philip I, Schknck, P. O H0X45, April 23, iSr3. iNTomnn could nslc n more honorable, busi, ness like.stibtticit German Syrup" Beoaune thoy hnvo no Kqual. cataioouk k. nACINE, wVZS W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE Ntft'ttp. Wtseaantlse4trysfilr(tSf meet Coraftxt anj lertks foe 1st Iboa sty ether suks. Boot In lll De rot pre yo wf ttsrraj a pensation, citutsr.n niAKR. From the top of tho New York Central grain elevntor the view of the warships presented an Imposing spectacle. Mimic counterparts of Columbus' fleet could be wen like some phantom craft Washington Post Aft th world. .sssew .93.00 n tub nnmsii g ih jj a. st fI F f im ii.gis' A Pure Norwegian of the fifteenth century, dimly showing the routines through the misty centuries. To tho south of them on the Nrvc York side lay the ltritlsh squadron with their black hulls, tall yellow stacks and bristling guns, The cross of St Oeorge floated wet and limp in the breeze. Opposite the four ltritlsh-er- s lav our own admiral's ship, the Philadelphia, white and more handsome than ever; the Newark and AtFrancisco. Flags of lantic, nnd tho all nations were suspended from masthead to yards, and to tho decks, with tho stirs and stripes floating over nlh In tho rear of the ships of her rnnj-estthe queen of Knglantl, were, the three big Kussinn vessels, with their black hulls, heavy masts and projecting guns standing out clearly In the mist Abreast of them the white, glistening hulls of the llancroft, Ilennlngton and llaltitnorc formed an effective contrast The French ships, Arethuse Hus-saand .lean Hart, swung in the 1 y, ,l,ey cannot reach tho seat of the disease. Catarrh is t blossil or constitutional illsrnsn, and In order loeilio It jou must take Internal remedies Hall a Catarrh Curo la Uken Interually. and acts dlnstl von tho blossl and mucous stir foes's. Ilsli'a uaurru ivuro u notsquai-medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best phjilctnne In thia country for years, and It a regular prescription. It la com posed of tbo best toulcs knosm, combined with tho best blond purifiers, actintr directly on the tnumusenrfucc. Tha (sorfes.1 combination of the two Inif rsstlleiita ta wb.il such wonderful rsssulta In srurlng Cs tarrn. tsemt for testiniouuis, irsHi. K J Ciievet S. Co, l'rsips , Toledo, O. Bold by druggist, price Too. pro-duc- Catarrh Cannot He with trtcat ArrucaTioss Cures! Tt.wi roit Tw 2.25t JjM ranI. 79 nort ftl( aapsfssxsv mm Tl sL 2.50 44.00 3'50k-wi.- f uS Qc A Z50 zoo rts us itt 2.00 jfkwal fL -- iv 1.75 jtma! SUSSES mads In KNOWLEDGE Urines comfort and Improvement ind enjoyment when tcr. Li to personal rightly usciL 'Jho many, who llro liet-tthan others and enjoy life more, with lesi expenditure, by moro promptly diptlng tho world's best products to tho need of physical being, will alteat tho vsluo to health of tho puro liquid laiatlve principles embraced In the remedy, Byrup of Figs. Its excellence la due to Its presenting In tho form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, tho ref rraldng and truly beneficial projiertlcs of a perfect laxative; cftectuslly cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches) and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with tho approval of the medical 'profession, becauss it tcU on the Kidneys IdTer and Bowels without weakening them and It Is perfectly frco from every obji'Ctionable substance Syrup of Firs it for salo by all drug-chtsfJOc and $1 bottles, bnt it is manFig Syrup ufactured by the Oo. only, whoso nmo is printed on every twekage, also tho name, Syrup of Figs, and being well Informed, you will not accept any substitute If offered. cr 4"keswF$snsSB W. L DMElas ShMS m ill til ii, Latest Styles. t 1 a DRCSS SHOE don't pty t6 tt iryosi try ssy3.S0, MectS Shoe. Ilwj.lHJt islttui-t- m IL locls tni If yes alls tt sur si ssaJt eceeenlrt In year foctttr, you Its 11 e; psrtKiilfr W. L. Donflii SNeet. My sins tsJ f rUe It ittstatj es the bettsxn, Lk (x It whea J bay. Tit se I Mest mrt by mill tpM rKt'pt tf tflis, postip frrt, Us hints, s tltset Kpp'y yet. Altuocou the tJcrlpturcs tell ua that all flesh Is grass, soma people know to much moro than the Scriptures that they feeljus-linollncallli-K il it Courier. Aciohs, Vocalists, Public Kpeakera prs.:; Hale's Honey of llnrehound ami Tar Pike's Toothache Drop Curo la one minute. "How do you deflno n Jlunlison"!!" It a man who is pla)lng In Rood luck." N. W Herald. Mfwctsox optl-mist- itiemMlvos dailies- - ltuffAlo W. L. POCOUAa, llr kton. Mm, MASON OUIIAS.H & HAMLIN n tha IIK.T TfceJ' Into kojtr.f fnferW ertsne "Adtou. dear old fellow, will you never marry V' "Noverl I detest all games of caaoc" llotton llersUt JHE MVp STOCK HOIS-tomm- hlltlKAT tueuken lll(illlT lloNUKS AT Alferny and foe jetra WOHLirS KXIIIHITIO.SS best maslclsc hate seciartd Um sii(wrUjr to sJ cHSers. trs wtlbosrt niw MARKETS. CisnssATt. Tl S SgORGANSi?ag ex Hs be hsmtncrd May Lnotre butchers on 71 n &?&& 7' tuctrra MIKKI'-lllpp- ctl. I.AHllH-Cll- pil KlXlUIt-Wtn- u-r (inrat , it 10 .7 M (ITU o TS W T (I 1 M 6 OJ t in l ftuLy era. tu liie fafrW, er maslral purtlon ths chief Uvtiif la Instrument 1. antdrnUfb s3y ted tny mt.ktl p..oftj vuit. lanetlityef leMtiHtdorsbltty Ihey Sont vr--" with slttwn Jt lltm !n llttdAStl, i'f Utter In price Tbti yet the ItUtsr sue It true of orjiui uA "iht he.t It the p snot if seyssher. ssiissn. cb;t A A .-,- SSrss4 UKAIN No-- J t orn Oats-N- mcn-of-w- HAY TOllACtO-Medl- Hje Nn.5 Prime lo choice um res! No. o. Wheat family .No 2 red i mlird fmlled , U l IIS) ft n () VI W tt 11 Improrsd TstMiton by lltma3pliso,oenstracteioa f4 it n (t ,. ..! 10 00 OJ K.UJI-.IU.-- I'UOVISIONS-ll- e.i (Uk1 leaf Ijirst , leaf all lJ IIM tj 10 -- H n 1 'She Rrest. perls to be e.t Impro'emml tn pltnoscf the century " btvl Unittrsled tATAUXiltSsent free litnrtd. for cot Instra. here m desl is iprent drtei. bents, s sell la tte pub.ic i reel from Hit ftciin . J( r- an iiillVWBlund. 1 pstesit-slwd- - rat d ltlnvOV.'-decitre- a Scott's Emutsion llUnHlt-Choiceds- lry Al'IM.r-.S-Prtm- .. I'rliue to choice creamery .. r t.irk l'rlme strsm bl Ills ! TJ V1 MASON d POTATUKb-rcrb- bbl .... I M U tt u u 4 CI Xt so CO Pt.Olllt-r- alr OltAIN COK.V-- No. UATS-Ml- ird Na2rcd Wheat-N- o. NKW YQItlC. to fancy . .. I I EiR Coress CURE. hard..... t mlied I flVt ( U nin (t W'i 't on 1 Consanipllnn, Coushs, Croop, Harm Thrust. Sold by all Krvriisls on a Cutraatt. J L Trtneit St., Boitot 1 nflhAit,MwYofki Wibuh Art., ChkMOl Wlrut St, Ka."iii City. Ssisir-UIMtT H1VP Aseal. AT IU9I nHll. Kssblurt Iti lv rreabrwiil oulrt-forle funip ImmeuM n tvsr ln.tte4 S.sl.wetrtts s.i.t rij, tw., I'kll. h'..m tll.s.f. tsurilssMwt Hrtskartl Mnj. u.rsl imisms Mm OREAN AND PUN!) CI, l'rttli4. t' POItK New mess LAUD Western steam , UIIA1M WHt CIO SI riAVK ,f)at-N- a8 Wheat-N- at ClIICAOa Winter pstents a A ib Mtt JJnjj scene liccamo ono of brisk animation and life. The bay was aUvo with pleasure craft of every description and tho patrol iKiats had n busy task in keeping the anchorage grounds clear of intruders. It was shortly after 9 o'cloe.11 when Atunirai (iherardi's flagship gave tho preliminary signal to brenk anchor and fall Into line, and the ships passed the Hattery In tho following order: fan. the kinds of craft Steam whistles) were blown continuously from the tits ths fleet entered the North river until tho last vessel dropped anchor, No lorn .So.: tprlnf.,,. 10 red fOIIK-M- eas LAHD-.Stesm Ie IIALTIMOIIH W It I N Q II It II a Ssj lis O Ul K'iltIO W'i ft I sv ?S It isVi a l tllJKI U & STOP Horse Shoe Plun. fo The next time you BUY a piece of Chewing Tobacco. THE TREASURY. Ktll Kneels from the Invasion of ths GOLD IN rfXJUIt OIIAIN Corn Oula-MlI.AIlD-ltcnned ied Famllv Mlied heal-N- o. , t leO , & h k b IT WILL PLEASE YOU. Hrsrrtsf 1'uud. Forty-secon- d ter ships. Free Trip to Chlenifo wish, alllier tackwards or forar!a, but not use the tame letter In making m.y one siurd more timet tban It appears In World s I'alr " Ills laid otentr-ll- s r small Unellsli words can be spelled correctly from the ten letters contained In "Worlds Kalr.' lliample Wad, waif, soar. Idol, etc. If you lire good at word miking roucan secure a Pltltlt trip to in World'a Fair and return, at The Siott Srd Company will pay all eipenset. Including It It fare, hotel bills, admltslora to the Columbian Kipotltlon, and 160.00 In cash for Incidental expenses, to the Brit person able to make MTtnlr wordi from the letters contained In World'a Fair." as aboc. They will also clso U0 Use Hit letters to ipell rnauj word as you can by uslnr the leiura us many times as you Separate and .c It talst rHB be more than mailorder. Ilk the result Bend toder, mid ddref BCOTT OVMCANV, Cetaattst, (strtttaira. We are spending a large amount of money to start our trade la the U S and want your You will gratified cidental expenses) to the first person sending flfty-av- e words lo that rst person sending flriy words will be given 169(0 In cash towards piylng ex ptnsea to ths World'a Kolr: to the nrst sending forty words will be given I2a0nincashtossrils paying zpentes to the Worlds Kalr lotaeh of the Oral Wve persons sending llilrtyllse words will be given 110 00 In catli. and to acAuf the first ten aenillng llilrly ssordt will be gtsen KM In eash. Only one prim will be awarded lo the same person. Write your name on list of worda (numbered) and enclose I lie tame postpaid with stamps for a large packfifteen U. a two-ren- t age of our Choice ngllah Cottage Garden f'low-r- r Heeds. This combination Includes ths latest and mns, papular English flowers of endless varieties (same aa will be contained In the elaborate exhibit of English flowers at the World's I'ulr. This "World'a Fair" Contest will be carefully end conscientiously conducted solel) for the of Introducing our business In the U S, 'ou will receive the UlUtll'.HT value In ower seed ever offered, and U you are able to auke a good list of words and answer promptly you will haves first class opportunity to s cure I free trip fro an your liouie In CtilrMgo IFHEK K5 for Incidental THIPtothe Worlds Kulr and return with eipenses to Hie first person tending Ixtr worda at above. They will alae (Ire a FHKK TIIIP to the World's Fair and return (stltliout caih for In- CHllxm iTr.A.VTlC. nation's specially InvlU'd guest , the liutsal descendent of Columbus, was brought along In a sepjntte vessel, the urmy boat (ien. Melgj. lletween lOnnd 11 o'clock was the huur assigned forthe prusldent to comnu n.-- tho review. It was about 2 o'clock when tho signal wan given for tho start As soon as tho president stepped on board the Dolphin tho vessel stripped her nnchorand fired ono gun as a signal. This was responded to by a I xim which seemed to d shaku tho whole c'ty The double monitor .Mlantonomah, lying at the rear of the port column, fired for tho first time in port ono of her huge guns, charged with nearly 250 pounds of owiler Almost before the reverberations of this twentyflve-loi- , ,,,, j,,,,) ,ird awny In tho distant eihops tho whole fleet was called to quarters, yards were manned ni.il even preparation made to receive. Hit president of the I'nlted States with bceouilng respect Keen nt this moment, uml befout tho cut eloping clouds of gunpimdur smoke from tho fcubscqueiil salutes had objured TUP. V. S. tur-reteton-inc- h Opposite the Inst of the Spaniards and the first of the llrurillaus the two steadier Stales Mlantonomah. United white Oerinan cruisers, Kalserln Orcat HrllUn Vice Adralrai SlrJc'in (ommjnder In chli f. 111 ike t'ai, and .Secudler, with the stars and Munlrlenne. Tartar stripes afloat and flags of all nations Vice Admiral Is'ozrakolt mmsndrr Ituu Dlmltri Uunskol (Hue), i.miral Adswung from yard nnns and peak.w ailed for an opportunity to belch fortlt a sa- lucblif.Hindi miral, lute from the fatherland to the homo of rrance Itiar Admiral f)e f.ibran so many of their sons. er In ililef, Arethuse (llagl, llu.-- ird, Jean Au-gusHop-l.lnAus-tiull1 United Mates Hear Admiral (ihcrardl.rom-minde- r (dig). Newark In chief: Philadelphia (flag), Atlanta, Han KrancUco. llincrolt. Hen nlngton. llalltmore, Chicago (flag), Yorklown, Charleston, Vesuvius, Concorit. Argentina-He- ar Admit al Howard. Nurj de Julio. Ilolland-Ca- pt Arrlensi Van hpnylt aermsny-Cn- pt llucliseli Kalserln Augusta, Spain Hear Admiral it'omcx v !no. com mander in chief. Infanta Ysabel (t!a-)- , Helna Hccente, Nueva Kspani, III aril Hear Admiral Do N'oronba, commander In chief, Aquldaban (Hag), Tlradsntes, l.NXANTA In chief, Ktna (flag), Glurannt lUuajD Hart Italy Hear Admiral Magnaghl, commander ISAIIRf. Tf shore. It was u llttlng and drmnatlo elo'e to the proceedings when, at thu elosu of Tin- - "11111 ships, afler pussmg LT.NA. UAtlt- lreview the flagship l'hll.idiilplilu Mow-l1. iti ml tho tipper bay, tho ulr, tho Kcvne was us pretty on well sleuliutl up to Riverside, opposite toe .n.ihw Ax the Didphln n the tomb of (.runt, and on this day, the mid the fleet of excursion (tenner and could bu imiigiliotl bo- bow fiiuio In 'no ulili each linnhrrMirv of hU birth, tired is sulutu yachts and big bouts full in and "prcieiit arms" wan sounded on ' to his meiuoey r luan-of-w- PFeSAS S Jl iJHJh UC Vi ' xS J" f. A y .. ..i. Aisj n i& rnr ; 4I A, I South of tho Germans tho low rakish Mlantonomah lay at anchor with a big national flng nt the top of her military mast and streamers it rung aft Along tho Jersey side of tho river, exenreion steamers, yachts and tugs loaded to the wntcr's edge w Ith people piled up and down. A score of patrol tugs kept them from passing between the two columns of wnrshlps. From tho time tho president started ou his tour through tho lines until tho final salute was flred tho wenther was cloudy with rain. Tho air was cold and an unpleasant wind came from the northeust It was an improvement upon the forenoon, but it was not u pleusnnt duy 011 the river and on exposed itcliite of vantage along the The start was made so promptly at 9:1 that thousands oj spectators who hnd gathered to witness tho spectacle from the Naveslnk highlands, the heights of Fort Wadsworth and other points of advantage on S In I en Island had hardly taken up their xsition beorr tho guns of Fort Hamilton anil Fort Wn Isworth IjooiikmI their welcome to the advancing fleet, steaming neck and neck. The two admirals and their flagships led tho way at a rata H und u knots an of between hour. A brisk hreeo curled the breakers water Into while-cappeand the magnificent ships glided along so smoothly that their motion scarcely sieined perceptible. A cable and a liulf length (300 yanU) separated each ship from the other and this distance was maintained with absolute preei lou. The tiinn occupied in p 1 slug tin fi rts was exactly hulf an d W lt 30 trensury INDIANAPOLIS. under the normal reserve mark. Wheat-N- o, ft The statement widely made In tho OltAIN No red .,,t Corn ft fw Data Na t papers that the treasury had on U SU was In freo gold bOUISVIftB. !00,00, is Pearline. That's the solid truth. You hand ICO n ISO read in the department with very much OlIAIN Wheat-JV- o. pjlti.lred S (J M get ihcm clciner, and with less work and surprise. The fact that this is tho ,,., Corn Mlied a U fuss, than with anything1 else you can use. MI10U u l)u Met second day thin week that tho 1100,000,- I'OltK UlffO 000 reserve has been seriously Invaded, LAIIU Steam It saves you so much that it's cheaper than UIOW und that nevertheless no evil result the commonest stuff can be. Proof the have followed, has had a moro encourBOUKTlUNa VSVUUAL, aging cflVct iiihmi both President Clisve-lanlargest dairies and dealers use Pearline. as a mnlirlne. Is und Secretary Carlisle, and imth Dr. Pierce's (loldeu Some women are afraid of Pearline. of them left tho city Weslnesday with Medical Discovery. They think that where cleaning is made And, of absolutely no apprehension of anytlist, tluru's thing that will occur in the lluanclnl so easy, there must be some harm to the tiniisunl in vvorltl lcfore their return. tha vsnr cf sullInK thing washed. Hut Pearline can't hurt Mr. Carlisle said that ho continued to It. every other iinsllclno of milk pails, anyway. And it can't hurt the finest lace or tho receive "liberal offers" from banks Its kind only prom-se- , except New York city. everywhere this Ispnarun-teei- l. softest hands, any more than it hurts milk pails. Much is expected to result from the InIf It w'tn l'ie imitations the fact that they arc imita terviews which Mr. Carlisle will un- falls to benefit or cure, you havo your money back. doubtedly hold with tho leading hanktors or followers proves a lack of something, m It's every It Is dlseoaotho only etwritntnsl remedy foror ers In New York cnusrtl by a ihscnhnil Jlvcr Impossible for the secretary of tho treasMoral. rJisitiit, IliiKjiisticat. tht THE POT INSULTEDTHE KETTLE BECAUSE ury to visit New York, which Is iiiint stuhlmrn bkiii, nnd Kciofnlous sffoetlons, even (V)tuumptlon ( or recognied ns the financial center of THE COOK HAD NOT USED In Its earlies sta-iall aro cuit.l this country, nt the present time and by It. under tho present conditions without It purifies nnd enriches the hlond, nues conferring with tho men who direct ivery organ Into healthful action, nnd reI lidding strenRth nnd vigor. tho financial affairs of that city. The stores flesh and strength of In puny, H up I10U1 s lo, conference, If it can bo dlgnilled hy rhildren, or to Invigorntn nnd brnco a name, will bo one of the New up tho system after "Uripis," pneumonia, such Yorkers' seeking, for Mr. Carlisle lias fevers, and other prostrating nntto diseases, txiuni tno "Ditoovery," been almost demonstrative in his un- nouung canonly for tbo GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. You piy poxi vil pet, willingness ( llsteu to Wall street SAPOLIO SHOULD be USED IN EVERY KITCHEN. 1 anil Crushed lilt Skull. ssaaasssaT"" rri(isaiisssti. Kalamazoo, Mich., April 27. The I EWIS' 98 LYE General Klecttlo company strung a trolI FOWDIKKDANDrERfUstlD Jllixxl rsLfB sirtiksfci.i sis'!ti !sthotttnatuto toMedicine, localise I aU ley wire across tho I.nke Shore railroad (rATENTIP) Tu..s4,.t.l, S..4 NIssl.RirUI J throw off the It astltts o, w. r. HNriiKit. m. .. I'lsli-iitro- . iiepi. us. sissp iluitiliwd.aml The ilronutit and puritt T.)o tracks Tuesday night Yard Foreman lime tones up tliti entlro organism. at tbJMino lit Tills It put made. Unlike other Lye. It belna; MIiiVloainr'es'A John Walker, lifting under ordeis, ontrary totfeelfrrtiif tlo various potash, a lino powder and packed In a ran Iteroedy for Catarrh it the H tarsap.irlll inlitures, sslikli Uittle up the "Ith removable ltd, the contents climbed up a stephtdder and cut the to Ute, and Cheapest the s)sicm, thus producing inucb are ready for use. Will wire. He lost his balance and fell, linpuiltli's In luilcrlng. for a ilckiicst aud make tbn but perfumed Hard striking on his head, crushing tho skull Soap In 10 minutes trlMoul BLOOD MEDICINE Ills lltn best for cleansing and breaking his neck and both arms. wititn pipes, disinfecting sinks, rou cannot lil titter than UkoH.B.B. killed instantly. Ho was rln.A.a u.,.Siltii luiiil.. h.lnl. used ss '. Holdliy druciflstsiirteiitby mall H "As a lhytlclan, liavo prescrlUil and Moul fe'.l.sj Irres.cte. PKNMl.mtT '() (0.' Mo. R. T. Ilaielllne. Wnrrrn, 1'u 1.8. H. in mr practice at a umle, an for H J,.. .4.(F. PHIba., The American ship Jubcz Howes, roubles, ami fusebeilivervniecciiinl. I ' " 'IS riffs Miry nvriitt, nil a remedy vsbl'hinvt u t,uwril satlsfao-lio""A."rslt""E."" Ii40" Capt. Htmr,, uirlvol In r i taiiivaelfaiid tatlunts 1) m Ilablt Cured In 10 VTHKN VTIIIT1NOTB rotn New Yotk, luiv ng made the vry- AltVeiirisKiis " l II. lartiiv, M. , Mackey, lad It-t- i !.'.'.'" ,1h?' "" l'r sill uresi. staU tkal yea Mar Ike AslsssrlU.au rutAsi la IM, go ol H,0UJ miles in 100 duyu TreatUe on blood and tlln diseases mailed free. Okie. WAHIH.N.OTOV, April In the 000,000 27. There Is now o 9l,O00,G00 in gold, I'OHK tlrai. CAT! I.K-l'- Irtt IIOUS. quality UISM) .... ITS 7 to 1)1 r( The Best Thing in Milk Pails d V somo-tliin- g 1ii-r- nr Not to-da- So fi-a- lp I.ung-teroful- SAPOLIO h a- THE BEST iner-ur1 1 -t -- intr, alts-ay-s JPlto's fteff-in- ij I n 1 n. 1 HWU'I Bl'tCIl 10 CO , Atlanta, Oo. c iti tail rarta nm a ns ssssa, Mter. mrmmss, fmmmmWVmkymwkV-MmLm- H