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Kentucky, Pn.re-jack- soa THE HICKMAN COURIE fa olmm nwirAPii i ESTABLISH KD 1859. OI'KN SUNDAY. HEFORMED Mrrnnit lln)- FINE JOB PRINTINa BXKOUTED -- iUJ- - SW UTI IEATMESS ill D1W1KE 8trt, nttt door to Oily HalL CEOftCE WARREN, Editor. western Kentucky. 181)3. THE BALL IIP 'HKcV BALK BILLS, ENVKLOPKS, LETTER HEADS BILL HEADS, INVITATION. I'rlioot' Subscription. $lf0 Scicmihtn um of llic opinion Hint Avrrj h Island, situate In the ilclln o( 1 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY.. KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE 2, SYNOD. Prm r,ilhii; of Ihe rrdetnl nf ll.i, llpliirinril Churrlirs ol Ilev. Dr. H. at tho iijs'nlng tif tho ny 87. VOL. X min. i"fc? ETC., ETO NO. 31. OAXX AKD SEE VS. IGNORED M'KINLEY. The NsMilrnn nf I'rnlsctlofi Affronted b the Itepuhlleau Oov, McKlnle.y la In bad temper oret tho action of tha national republican league at Louisville, It will bo remembered thnt the governor was widely heralded as one, of the attractions of tho meeting, nnd ho was expected tn make for the fiftieth tlmo a speech holding up to admiration the tarif) which hears his name and on which hit claim to political dcstinctlon rests. The governor did not go to Louisville. Probable ho had received a tip as to the intentions of tho league toward hit notorious law, or had been requested to get up an entirely new speech for th occasion on any other subject than th tariff. Anyhow, he did not put in as nppcarance, and it was reported In th dispatches that tha republicans who expected to tako a look at the man whoso work had cost the party so dearly were out. of temper at 'being cheated 'of pdrt ot the promised show, .iow it is.ine goveraerjVBO is pr yoked. Not'm word wax sSd In Ixmbv WJllr In compliment of ttyTiMttW e1 - f HE GOES FfiEE. No Provision In tho Act Authorizing a 125,000 People Attend Ihe Columbian lop soil entirely Lxpojitlon. jurs III more or less transparent m.istci nml U quarried for export TiikmiIi' of Mr. Ilushln'n works, II li aid, Is IiIm only Income; and h great part of Hint nrmy of pension-eto whom, In the days of his wealth, got-stoat- i n tllO Mlsslss.ppl, Is eOIIIMIe.l WlllW ttld of Milt 'I lu Milt in- ('mini II Amerlin. IlKAiiiMi, Til., lie pledged mul friends, himself needy rclntlicH discharged servni ti, mul Institution In which hu took uu inter est at Mrm time or other Tnr mot eloquent preacher li In Conn-1I1- 1 Dr. Oeorge Douglas, who Is stnno lillnil mul partly parulyod; )u has !e--t t!:c wv cf hlr. hands and iinus. unit thev full Inlplcsslv In front of hlin. When he Is In thu pulpit ho v Hill, nml, ton stranger, t tnnds M)illil npper to Imi half ilrml. TiiKworUI will watch with knn Interest the outeome of nn undertaking hacked liy n company of quick-wittewomen In St.-I- . mils to establish n lint oTstcfitnem thai city mul the West I ml leu. ITio steamers nro to lie of tho river imltern nml to I i quipped with odustublo hceli d for Ih'IMII IIHvliful wm thu lolnp of n man's - braltt, blond mid lucntli nml to turn down any one of them iiiiihen the other two w out llreutlie pint-- nlr. mul tflrc the mind it quantum of rt'Civii' tiuu. And tlint'i, the Kt prewrlption , tho it n In! ilortnr ever tlimiK'h il U "freo ifriitU for nothlnir Dn. tloi.Mr.it says life linn three wicks- 't (,'a-o- " jt of the vaMnewt f th fin-tw intern nmy Ni liml from thu fnvt tlntt H new h'Kirlnj; niinp etnl)llh-.- l t tho lienilwnt4Tl of the Mtnirlt rier In ihliiuton, l nniler coutnict to turn out nn ii ln. rvery ner.ik' of iiioutli. I'he eauipnou the IoikII will turn out iA,D(.Hi.UMl feet of fir Iok' iiIoii thiKNear. Siik notion atut inilii 'I'lir. pliiiiii- - of the prfmv of Vnles , worn on iUte In kiIiI to I .He-iloii- worth fKi.Ooo. Ix'HUtlful Mnlftof Imlln. (ireut exMuv: nml trouWit Is iieeeMiry toonptiire the Idrtl. which I foiiml only In the wlhleM Jimsleiv. The featliert. urt torn from tho lite ooek Auo.it) the wiirkrn lit the Ilnrrnnl ttdlejje idnorrutury who hate Mitmn tit!.- atiilltr lt MKn Mmiry. IMvinl Mhe ti u jprHtnlilmiif liter of l.leut. .Mnury ti - wrltwrsny. lire pullwl from the lull ol he ftrlunh, two of the rurent mid iiumt The fither,itii CiikIIaIi w vhIiio to wnWtll oil Die Atlnlitit. Klnl u llleee of Dr Henry l)mx-- r Hefnro her Murk Hi CainhrlilKe Mm wan i, jjrud-ualk tiiMl,sriliit.tl Iwk Urn uinl of ;ret tithrr M'len-titl- e if VnMuir. .mmrf,'&Jmii p itaiFi - ul ' i f Tmrti--"riffflHT'Tlfi'! ilf !?' 5&'rn?iSlr hut command 'vpajiy hflf. RiinKe, but nmonp thrni TtlTthlrty ot . irty toniruex art Thrro i .?a 3bv u ran - i iii ."lTiriniitn-i?rrii,- n V r Onk of the hlrnli(eKt thino lit the World's fnlr U the nf Inter preter employed on the trrouniK It ( Imrle.i A . Is a i:nii!ii lite of the I nlverkllv of .Mlchliruu in ,. AMXH-into- llrr ' -.- rvu- - , n miir mk ki. n prr-1Tr- reprtM-nted- lire nl prt tfiit , four in tnlor. Tnr. Nt.iu of nnneuclaturo In the I'liltrd .State nnvv it ery mmpla The preut battk lopi nro named after ktatcs nnd tlic flnt-elacruiser after larpc citlra. Tho Utter are reprene nted hv the Philadelphia, the Chicago, the ewark, tho Atlanti, the Hultlniore nnd the San lranclieo. The (,'unWtti nre clirKteneii after Mimller where rtdoliniteil Imttlen hare leen fought. The llenulntou and the Concord nre the Imtunce of tho naming of ton, thli eliu of vesoK a flro ensino coniianlr coiitfil In San l'rauolicti recently. A driver, lilt two liorftc under the harnevs hooUed up, mountiMl the umiI and pulled clear In xix lie then went tn bed and turned out, ilretAed, litn down htalm, hitched, elluili'il In his , pulled clear nnd rolled forty-- l feet ten Inches e (.rcotuK In tuenty-lhf and With horwt, in their utilK lie hitched, wan In hih sent and clear in thlrteeu TiiiiiTT-rivi- : held a qnlok-hlteliln- one-hal- and three-tpinrt- er TllK chief of the senate tiliiltonery room, ( linrleH N KUhardA, None of tho veteran mntnitf the att.ielien, hut the Mrmitr.'kt p.trt of hin position is Its title. Charles Sumuer secured liU nppolut' ineitt to lie ".Mender of Quill rent," nnd Mr. Illohnrds reiii.tlnii on the piy roll with the name title to thli day, although there In but one senator who uses n ipilll, A part of Mr. Itlclunl'i otllclal dutlea In the luakinp of p.Mii, but the tpiills kept for Senator Morrill'i CM'luslvo iiso are Ixiuht nlready uiado. Tnon, .1. IlKim, the author of the Chinese retf. Istratlon law, hah alwayn employed Chinese servant:, In hUCuliforula homo, Wcauvi they nro pnicllcully the only l?ood ones to Imi obtained in that part of CoNOItrCHMA.N ofCal-ifornla, tho country. Hlneo the law Waring hit ini mo was enacted, It U Mild that Ills ivlfo linn Wen iiualdn to keep her Chlneso servants or to hlro other, iih ii boycott lint Wen dcclnrod apainst the (Jeary household. The H'ddlerH tif fruit and other, articles, who are principally Chinese also refuse to sell any of their tfoods there. TllK llnlrr n Chlimmsn Kunnil XVIIhnnt 4'rrllllrntt. In rtfi I tnirUtineil lihtlit Analllnic llpirllliii -- A New York linlur Una Sit llerlileil the L'sie. Nkw Yoiik, May '.'ft. .fudge Lncoiul)( Ciiicaoo. Mayan. The Sunday open-er- s of the l'nlted States circuit court, at IihiI their lnnlnp huuda Jackson the request of Maxwell Kvarts, aspark for the llrht time nlm-- May I was sociate counsel with Joseph II. Choatc tin own oeu to the publk 'I he click in tho Chinese cases, made a written of the tnniHtlles were henrt nlmost decision of his order In the pntcecdlngs contliiunusly and It Is estimated that affecting the nrrcst of Ny Look, who lSA.OnO people passed through the paten. was arraigned undrrthe deary net. Tho day iiltliouph clrnr was hilly and In his written decision Judge dlajTcrnbld nnd thli. no l..,d.t krpt says: "Tho prisoner, who wa many IhoUHtindit auav f nui tho or. May8tsrrc:tcd by tha U. f. mr-shu- l, somc-wliprminds. It was u uotlo.ihl-anWing iidmlttedly n Chinese Ia slnpiilnr fact that thu rowd at Ixirer, and found without the certifithe fair tinday were of tho well to do cate of residence required by the net of class nnd the worklnpmcn ire most .May 5, 1118, now offers to prove by a decidedly In tho inlnniliy. due of the credible white witness thnt ho wus a main arpuineutn In favor of lluintuy resident of tho l'nlted Stntes at tho opeiiinir was that by closlnp Hie iratof time of the passngo of the net, but docit H.1 on that day, Iho worklnmrn Uere derere mainly of not proffer any oxcusc, such an Is rco-j-y prived of an opwrtunlty of seelnir llie pour J tv. ire! ognlzcd by the sixth section, for ' preat dxpisHlon. The labor tinlniii of failure to pressure ft cortlJlcnte wlthlr rooncert'hnll and was fo- thla city mid throughout the country the tlmo limited. ? demnndluK that the piiisrd ff Driven with rare old Spanish 'T1 Y ttuU. roiittlrus tl J...Ir- csond with brocades said to W jrale be "J""! m the first day of the foro whom such a jierson is brought to io,ono. week, vet on tho very llrr.t day that tin ho W deported from the order that ception was as informal as any tho workliipinau show Ifiitoi arc unless he proves not only l'nlted Stntes Now York house. his lack of appreciation of the letory passago of the here Wfore the anta then went to her box at If pained by rcinaliilup uwuv excuso foi act. but also somu sufficient nth side of the nsscmbly room. of Sniiduy wasany lmle to hi. of his certificate. the his Ikix was placed it Wwer of feelinpson lb" siibjt-et- . It may W sanl NEW YORK WOMEN. the "In my opinion, the framerof ds and pink roses mid most that he Is wholly indilTcrcnt alx.ut the of Ilirlr l.llintry In I lie Wfiiintn'a lliillitlnv at net used the conjunctive nnd instead lo tlnw era. matter Hit tturlil. Islr rirniatl t)H.iiril, the disjunctive 'or' advisedly and intene music for dancing was furnished At tin early hour.Sunday mornlnp thr Wlllll.D's 1'Allt (illlil Mis, ClIICAOO, tionally tho use of the word 'so at the anders' oichcstra, and that for tho lines weio crowdid with contented, Mm j 7 'I lie nuignlMet'iit llbniry In close of the entciieu In perMiasivc to iiaile by n Cuban band led by healthy. prnspenniH lotdiinir or Domingo. Ihey ettinr the women's building which vns tilted this construction. IniiiiiiI for .IhiLmmi Mirk New "If tho supreme court has held, as it e princess entered tho royal box by mble ears, steamers, I. road and pri- up and furnished by the women of nietn-Is-r- s 'or' siipprhted, that 'nnd' must W tirk. was oK'iied Friday Tho Prince An tonic. She was attired In the uftcrnoou vate conveyances. of the Neiv York woman's Isianl to make the act constitutional, such IsaWlht gowni; ut very low, with there wits a bipper rush cf vislt.irsnnd jf malingers held nn informal reception construction would give n different asalong court train. Tho hem was the bilmissiiius of the UHTiiltip werr then- - in honor of tho event. Only In- pect to the case; but I am shown no iltnrcd with miniature, drapingsof probtbly Increased CO.tHiOor TO.miO. All vited guests were admitted l'riday, but such opinion, nor Is any yet filed, and I Olso blue velvet Wltcd with Jewels, the uiniii biiibilnps wete open to the tako tho act as I find It, the library will W open to must then-forniching of tull with loops of rlbWn. public exicpt the puvcrnimnt l'Uiiainp. "The arrest by the marshal was withthe public. corsage was edged with pplnt This wasckised and n notice )Kstel on Is one of in the authority conferred on that The each ixilnt surmounted with a the doors nnnonncinp the fact in very rooms library Woman's the handsomest otllcer by the sixth section, but the In the building, and flower There was n irirdlo plain and bnisiiie Knpllsh The New on every side are cclincin of prisoner, having Wen brought Wfore t itherwaisteof sapphires, turquoise Knpland tnt biiildliips, except celling the tribunal which is to pass on hit The rUlamoiids, There were no sleeves were closed lis were the l'eiin woman's handiwork. irplnta ami was bTfrescoed by a woman, Mrs. Dont ense. thowquestion now arises what is to bat profiiH-'- trimmed on tho shoulders sylvanl.i, New- - York, .vnoo Ixxiks In the Is- - done Whi-'Hi I mi Keith; the wU heavy pulling of blue velvet lined Indiana hulhlinp. 'Die builiiinpt handsome carved walnut eases were "The sixth soitlnri says that it shall VfHh'f vt hlto satin. Tho coiffure as were states of western tho hit all by women; tho Waiitlful W the duty of the judgo to order ojs'n to the public Anions rugswritten lie nlsmt on the jiollshe I deportation from the L'nlted states a realar Spanish style, wavejl on tho which I nig droopiug curls at the ll'innis, thest- - wen' the stnttis of llnors were woven by women in Persia; herein Wfnro provided. atdV diamond nigrcttcs in her hair. Wisctmsln, Mlehlpan, Colorado. sections Jlie princess held a reception after rennsyhanla s build the paintings which adorn the walls, of "Examination of tho prior no prof the net, however, discloses wji'ich Eulalia descended to the floor on llip wnscloscd by order of thepoieriior the statues and busts, are all the visions for Midi deportation. The most the'arm of benor Nnvarro. An elalior- And and many were the dlsnpimiiitcd work of women artists. gathered thli I ran do, then-fore- , tois to order his det,banqiict followed, which concluded IVnnsylvanlaus who tisitetl It exjieet wonderful collection was by portation whenever provision shall be .f- rn.-a- t . event. in and inp to view the Interior. All day the gether of arranged Newthe nsimi mudo for the, same by the proper auYork. women the state tif comfortable chairs which me plentifulCHOCTAW LANDS. thority, presumably by congress, ly Muttered over the broad ventnd.ii ol though some other net to which my atTEN WECKS TO COUNT IT, Tlt to the llreils Apprmed liy I'rrtlilrnt tn" octhe I'eiiusyliiinia buihllnp tention has not Wen called mny conC'lrvrlsiitl. cupied b) the stills and dnuphtrrstd tain sutlicient provision for this, in AtntMilo.N', Jlay 87. rresMcnt the Keystone state who did n pml deal Irl S,.iiii. s.im MtIVnulil Make Out tfnrl. which case no further legislation ltsnkrtiit. has upprovitl tho deeds of the of pnimbliiip lieeaust! they Were iKirreil Wasiii.soto.s, May 87. Daniel N. would W nettled. CrVcaw nnd thlckasaw nations for preat out of their stnte biilhlliip "I find no provision authorizing the t)ic!rilght and title to thc"leuscd lands" cntwd thtunpetl the nlslosof the iiianii Morgan, of Connecticut, the new United Fnlted Mates judge in such cases to will relieve K. II. States la!TiniL.'iu territory, formerly fiietuirr and HWnil art hall the order the jh.tsoii found without certifiNeWker, the old tin Juno thelheyennes and Arapahoes, iiprlcultiinil mid IniusfMirtatlon. W Imprisoned for nn indefinite but hAw constituting a isirtion of Okla-Iicate to In the innnufncturers' luilhlnitf thrre next. Tho transfer of the ofllco of time while awaiting de"rtatlon, and iaTtcrrltory, for which the sum of was n crush and thnusnnds f visitor! the l'nlted States treasurer Is one therefore shall dlschnrge him from im- i2,"KLJaO involving givat lalsir and earn. All was appropriated by tho In- l were lavish In their praiw! of the mediate cnstisly. This onler will pre Unit urt display. Kxrluuintinns ol the moneyA has to W counted or- sumably W sutlicient warrant for hl 'Ji liriproprlation net of March n, 1801. coiiinilttco has Wen p,.., in Mntlnns. u'nm . rallltrod - In- nvnetltn r ..... weighed. , , . j .j ew on cr rfcle ..U..V... .. . extinguish .Lgf'I'vtttWortUiat purpose A. T. an MftirdlfhWk- ,,....w.r oftho"lo.in division, and j u....v.u,..v. UielrcUimsIn liiannernnrl form nailstracthm hundity, utid 'thoutiBtiirr, nutlinrity to so remove him. factory to the president. terested spectators walketi nlonp the Eugene II. D.isknm, chief of tho public with the Tho sixth section of the exclusion act representing SecreThe Jnvciicse moneys division, President Harrison tlecllncd to apre iiu.iint thonni-'liw hlch refers especially to the deporta prove the deeds submitted for release villain' had u l.if cr t I around its ban)' tary Carlisle, and Charles W. Noble, of ( hliiamcn who havtv.no certlfl .Mr. Morgan. tionnf of the lands, and stated his reasons in Ihvi fence nl' tlay in- r'n thniuph the .Mil ford, Ct, nt the end of tho first slats at the diminutive nnd queer look-In- A detail of forty clerks and twenty catcs, contains following, referring tc a special message nt tho first session of the paragraph the congress. laWrers has Wen made to tho jeiip!c Ibis village U not yet committee, which will Wgln assist work Chinamen under arrest: Its The deeds remained In President Harthrown iiih'U to the publ C "Shall be taken Wfore a United rison's possession until March S, 1693, It will take two and a '1 ho picturesque beauty nnd strnnpe- - next Thursday, States judge, whoso duty it shall be tc when he returned them to Secretary n nc Bt tne half monthi to complete the count. of order that he W deported from the Noble without his signature, explaining nntlrri call the famous EgypUnited States as hcrelnWforo provided, that while ho had opposed the approPresent fttr Duko ami l'rlnceos. tian city of Cairo was a source to the establish Ottawa, OnU, Mny97. At n meeting unless ho shnllsnid Judge clearly reason priation, tho matter had Wen again of interest mid delight to Innumerable that by aflinnatively acted upon by congress. visitors all day long I hey looked at the (tin eminent house l'riday after-ii's-i- n satisfaction of Under tho terms of tho law this apLndy Derby announced thnt n of ncrldent sickness or other uuuvoid with astonishment nt the temples, lt unable to prominerals. Its delicately carved tow en niowment win on foot In favor of nble cause, he has Wen to the satisfac- proval makes tho appropriation immennd and its buildings of c uWratc am presenting tho duke of York and l'rln-ce- s cure his certificate, nnd by nt least one diately available, and tho consideration as expressed in tho deeds will W May with a wedding present from tion of tho court Wwpio architecture ornamented with a fantastic, draperies. The population ol the women of Canada, which was credible white witness, that he was paid to the accredited agents of the resident of the United States at the Choctaw nnd Chlckasnw nations. the old city of l'pypt were icpresented strongly approved by all the provinces time nf the passage of this act; nnd il Lady faithfully by Mohnrnrdans, .lews represented at the meeting hearing It shall appear that PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENTS. Kranks, Soudanese ArmcnlnUN Derby as treaiurcrlia.saln'ady received upon the certificate, It shall is mi and Turkv all dressed numerous contributions to aid in the he grant entitled to a jtaying the costs," A Numlier of tlBire Seekers .Made llPIy. Nublsns Arabs W cd upon his In the porpeous rainuiciit of tho far purchase of the gift. Wasiiimitox, May 87, Tho president In this paragraph it contained tin Friday mado the following appointeast, veiled Egyptian Montr girls went conjunction "nnd" preceding the wonb ments: Torn ty it C) clone. hen- - and there through the quaint credible white "by stn-etcrying in bniken I npllsh, nice Ka.sss Citv, Mo., May 57 Hluo nrss."nttoleast onereference is madewit To W attorneys nf tho United States: by dowers. Mount, Kansas, was nearly destniyed the judge which decision. Tho main Emmctt O'Neal of Alabama, for the in his of Alabama; Joseph Donkey Istys and camel drivers pulled by the great storm which swept across point tho Ny I.ook case, northern district this way and thnt nt visitors trying to till state Thursday night and Friday. was to in bringing whether it were pos- N. Miller of Alabama, for tho southern determine Henry 1). Clayton Induce them to take n ride on tho ships Out houses were lifted up bodily and mulct district of Alabama; to little long blown away of the desert, or tho dts-dThomas lllggius and sibleact hold Chinamen arrested of Alabama, for tho middle district of in prison. the Alabama: A. .1. Montaguo of Virginia, eaml donkeys. The oriental tluater b family went carried several hundred for tho western distiict of Virginia. it pavilllou at the tuni if tho stn-e- t feet and lllggius was fatally Injured. To W marshals of tho United States: and did a thriving business Mimhiy and .1 (' Metirew's dwelling wus turned Filthy (Irrstr.t Source ot J. C Musgrove, of Alabama, for tho linnilxrsiiU the Hnin fvll in the tlsltors witnessed sw ml dances, over nnd demolished. Alarm. E. 11. thniiighout Kansas Friday and candle dances, indulged in by Cairo torn-ntNhW YoitK, May 80. Dr. Wm. A. Northern district of Alabama; Southdancers which were wilit and Inde- win-- s nro down in etery direction. Wheeler, head of the marine hospital Morrlssotte, of Alabama, for the II. Alabama; Wm. scribable. Tho theater was a gn-a- t service" of the Ellis Island, who was re- ern district of attraction but somehow or other the Trjlng l Incite Itlot. of Alabama, for the Middle dissent aboard to Inspect the seacently Samuel C, Dunlap, of dancers did not meet with as much favor IIki.kast, May 87 Orange ports from whence large shipments ol trict of Alabama; the audience as could Is- - expected. rejiort that tho jxillco onlored the Immigrants are likely to W made, (icorgia, for the Northern district of The Turkish and Algerian theaters rvmofitl of union jacks from the hotels wroto n letter to Immigration Commis- (leorgla; IX D. Sg, of Oklahoma for tcrritoiy of Oklahoma. were also objects of much Interests. In Itelfast, nnd they license Chief sioner Senner. Dr. Wheeler says he tho The crowds seemed never to tiro at Frank Dale, of Oklahoma, associate Morloy nnd doubtless tho police has visited llremen and found it frco ol standing at the entrance of the Turk- of exercising their powers of removal any contagious disease. Tho condition justice of the supreme court of the terish theater listening to the barbsrio as tho likeliest course to Incite riot , and of Iluniburg seems to occasion him ritory of Oklahoma, orchestra from the Ottoman empire. thus givo the government nn opportun- sumo uneasiness for ho writes that there lnri;ls. All- Indians ity to point out tho dlsonler on the part are largo niimWrs of immigrants Indianapolis, Ind., May 87. Miss Tim KirMMlllon Trln. Nkw Yohk, May 89. The new exposi- of the unionists. housed there In barracks who coma Anna Wagner, employed as a domestlo tion train nn tho New York Central from Kussia, Austria, llungiiry and byChns. Koesters, Isaccusedof poisonCoiiki-css- . Saltation Army drew out of the Central station utS Southern Europe, en route to America ing five members of tho family Inthe Ciiicaoo, May 87. Six hundred mom-Wr- s and many of whom tiro extremely pxst seven months. Sho was arrested o'clock Sunday afternoon en route for rough on rats, the poison adminChicago, which it expects to of the solvation army, coming filthy. nt 10 o'chsuk Monday morning. Ihe train from some twenty states, held n con- - Tho liarrneks in which theso people istered, was found in her romn. Last was composed of four veallbuted Vsir-n- trres-- t I rlilay to discuss wnyn iiiiu are confined pending medical examina- evening, while Mr. Koesters' riding, he fell son wits horse-baccars. They were drawn by tho means for developing new interest In tion contain accommodation for 1,000 engine, l70. The de- evangelical work. Tho congress opened people and are never empty. So far from the horse and received fatal , Injuries, It is Wlleved tho accused parture was witnessed by a miiiiWr of Friday morning with n service denomi there is no disease epidemic In but Dr. Wheeler states that the woman Is In l.ivo with Mr. Koesters the olllceis of the road. Thu new time nated "Threo Hours nt the Cross,"niul tnble of the New York Central went which wus led by Commander and Mrs. people nro veiy uneasy, fearing u repe-thio- and wanted to pave the wav to marry lhilllngton llooth. Into elTect Sunday morning. of the sad time of a year ago. him. . y- Ilir llilnit t'lilllx nml NiiIIimiIiI Hril lmij TIhmimiiiI, A n llnli rlj Mini t ( ruttil .1 inllliill SlMle Itllllillng.l Inanl, ItIHoiRri-riitiU', i'll-ll- ri - c o-- d Itehler leformed symsl of the I'nlled States. President 0, I' llowmun n report on nn ninatgmimtltii of nil evangelical denominations, Including the varloui reformed brunches, five In nil, stating that meetings of conferences had Wen held on April 4 and 8Mh, nt which it pUn hud Wen formed, Tho federal council of the reformed churches of America holding tho Presbyterian form of goicrnment is to W the name of the now organization nnd shall not Inlerfere with the creed form of worship or workij.gs of each part of tin church, mid toey shall work in harmony among the godless mnsses, oi-up new ml.un fields and do Mith other work together which Is each now doing separately and thus strengthen Iwnd the of union. Thn alliance was hating n memWrshlp of U, 100,000. The n presentation to ulllanco conrrntinna Is each hundred congregations twrt delegates, iidditlonal one thousnnd one delegate, nnd the cost of representation (l! per representative. The next meeting will W held In Olasgow. hcut-lanand Hers. Dr (loot), of this city, and Apple of Lancaster, will likely W the delegates fnun tho reformed church of the l" lilted States. United State Judge Ti llunnr r Iho Infants In New Tork Tlie Hull Trmnfiirrnrd Into a Hewer of C tern nml Light, he Jy.w oi:k, May bill under thcnupiccs of tho clrculo colon ccrv-anttv.i , one of the most evtf glten In New York. Tho decora-Howen- nil on thd most lavish scale froA the twenty-sixtentrance of the assembly rooms to the ball room and ' reception nioin. lite bnll began ut.the early hour of 10 Mock. Tho InfiTplii and the ladle of cr sulto had placed nt their private carriages of .Mr. E. J. Ilcrttlnd and Mrs. Theodore' Ay la In which they wero conved to thcfcalL Mrs. It. Smith nnd Juan ot tha Clrculo Color) Cervnutcs went to thu Savoy hotel nnd csoorlcd thci-uynputty tti the bull. ey had an escort of mounted police, tcnCertd through the courtesy of Super- dent Hyrncs. Tho entrance, hall In iltfn KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE THiWpS TO BLAME. 4lgll,itlMii. FnAXKronr, Mir 21 Siwatk-Oo- V. Drown republican contempoHomo has signed tho till authortzlnclllrsof theseo onil clsss to Imuo refunding bondi; to regulate, raries. PlTiKeouy disturbed by re87.T-Tthe. organization of local sssessment flro Insurji cent octajpiiMM In financial circles ance companies; to retire Ih'Ir tonded Indebtthe troubles ore duo edness and cresting a sinking fund, and a rete nro deelarlBff.aJint to dciriofliue Jglorfcrence with tho tar ii lutlon directing tho socrotar; of stats to deliver igwlth tho finances. bound rople o! the sets of this general itinera-blj- r iff and to Its members. Hrnator George Introduced ihtd dinner-tablora- Thai h a resolution which was adopted: Whereas, the Depcw, declares that western lunslle sajlom Is so crowded that It tor, MY.' is gathered about Um can not recelvo anr more patients) and where-aa- , Mr, Clefs embers of which know an appropriation of !10,ouu would enabla a cabin them to cars for Aft more patients; resolved, i.llrccs as thev do nbont as ltttl that tho committee on oharltahlo Institutions Hebrew"; be requested to Investigate and report at onoa, waiter of record that Mr. HU with tho ties to an appropriation. HuVsr The fxiesker sppofnted Messrs. Tlsr, Depew W JMge either of financial Walton and 'llnslejr membrrs of the confer-enc- o matters ryHacnptnres of any kind. committee upon thopsrtof the house. At He knoiJWjat.lpool Joke well enough tbe sfternoon session the bouse refused lo raced: from Its amendments or agree to the sen- whcn'fetfjaWjfc'.'0 appropriate it, but ate amendments to the school bill, and It was hehasgSJiWkrrldenco that he hah seat to a conference committee. Tha house, gained wisdom oven l agreed to all the senate amendments to tha chsrtcr for tha government ot cities of tha by alSiaPt;','a'tine occasion at leastU fourth class and pased It. The bill regulating, Mr. CarlVMflCMtraled his superior-IIn tttWaSvofMilfht to the jwcre- in tecs oi an county omecra waa pameo. a wss Introduce tvlBUpfK, Mq national banksV V transformed Inton lsnvcr of greens resolution to nee, absenteesvoteddo'a.Wir,tla the house, but tbe senate ' offered an bbicb4- trie lights with bunches of op--j deduct tbe perdkWB wttkoat Y)tn IMfMBH" t.rntnnir bctwBtcn mo- jxr&rjy ach blossoms. Tho ballroom XspublleajRpi JNbelllntf Against Their Own N.r . srlres. tijjWLancJal teodaac aaabraafcet fcd hiJ j ibrtks tfrotestsdrtnevg, from ecntrolllng, maintaining- - or oreratlnf dcnafciiM the amtadtneat as a bulldoz any railroad, or part thereof, in this state until ing moasare, ind is one form of rcpu they have become corporations, citizens and dlatloa. Nevertlieless was adopted, residents cf thh state, and romHHng '"m " and the Satioaal' banks threatened u Incorporate under the lass of this commonwealth. The senato lock up the voluminous contraction of, the circulation and house road Us MIL Many amendments were forced Mr. Hayes and Mr. Sherman to edered, but only four were adopted up to ad- oppose the Carlisle amendment It was si E2hii3B9a9 a4Rs of olheritates'or'eoantrte itesiL boaa amald - Trsijkjjll WHa7 it journment bill g - -- n-n- hen-aftt-- r e Vr-moo- Kent-rall- tsiijft-wit- h ... Clci-tlen- tlsh-erle- occu-pfe'lb- y 1 fcrtl f cf rr, s r.::. rjL&; && ..- ,- - Fifty-secon- d ".Masr-cl-hem- (Jn-ek- s cholera'outlook. s Tis-ilal- e, s See-n-tit- The consideration of tho Mathers creating a chronic asylum for ft male e out of the fchool for training and education of the fttbie.mtndfd children." was pssscd. The bill recites that the feeble-mindeInttltutute has been in cperatlon thirty cars at a cost of a million dollars, the average eoit per capita being 3I I An amendment adopted, otlcrwl by Mr Thomai, of Montgomery, exempted the personal estate of persons domlci.ed or actually resldlnr in tbe city when such property Is located out nf the city. Mr IV Hit's amndtncnt, providing thai It shall b- - unlawful for companies or corporations furnishing gas, wsteror electric lights to consumers In such cities to charge a prlco that will produce exceeding ten per centum per annum en the actual bona tide cost ot the plant of ssld companies and the actual cost of operating tha same, was rejected. The amendment limiting the tax for school purjiosei to flfty cents on ths tUOwsi adopted. KitANKroRT, May III HrtATt No business of importance transacted In the senate Thursday House Tbe house was the scene of an exciting event Thursday. Tho UU known as tha antl-strlk- e bill, to prevent Interference with tbe transportation of freight and passengers and conduct of traffletras under discussion. Mr. Kremcr, Ihe member from Louisville, Introduced the bill and supported it Thursday In a fervid speech. Mr. Ilotn, member from Shelby, replied, saying that Kremer was but tho creature of the corperatlons, and only reflected Ihe Image of railroad lobbyists, who drew up ihe bill. He went on to say Kremer wns but clay In l'otter's hands Kremer. livid with rage, started down the aisle calling Mr. Holts Judas, epitbrW. Dolls made a terrific, and applying run at him, and would hate closed with him who rushed In bebut for the rrgeant-at-armtween Ihe enraged men. After two hours debill was psssed by a vote bate the "antl-strlke- " ot .VI to ISl KnAKgroiiT, May S7. Simati The aenato Friday concurred in tho bouse amendments to the act known as tho "Ami strike bill," which raised suth a rumpus Thursday, and repassed it, TSc till ss:r goes to the governor. An effort will be made by the labor organizations to get the eiecuttte to veto IL The senate adopted a variety ot amendments to the road law bill and passed IL Hofsa The house hummed along Friday with Just sixty members on hand. The senate resolution providing for mid Juno sine die ad journment was called trtnn itw ttlwrtMssa furnished chewing material for half the session. Mr. Ferguion, of Uallard, moved lo nmend by making tte n solution a sjrclal onler for June II. The prctlous question was ordered and tha vote upon Mr Fercuon'a amendment resulted in a tic 91 to 30 and tho amendment was lost. There was further dobate, and Mr Ferguson moved to amend by making Ihe resolution a special order for June 13, and thla carried by a large majority. The house adopted tho conference committee's report on charter for cities of the fifth clsas nnd adopted the bllL Mr. Carroll, tbe member from Louisville, Introduced an Important bill stranding an aol providing for the creation and regulation of private corporations, which was referred to tbe committee en corpoMr. Hay, the member from rate Institutions lioyle. Introduced a resolution requiring county to send to the state board of equalization clerks tax books and other papers necessary in tho performance of their duties. quorum riUNKroiiT. May 19. Sisati-N- o Saturday. Horsu Ihebouso wasvdan hour Saturday morning in a wrangle over correcting Friday's Journal. The bill mnklng II lawful for the professor of any medical coll'geor school Incorporated under Ihe law sot Ihe stale to procure tho unclaimed body of any rfron dylrg In thla d mected or ex state, for Ihn purpvs" ef students, for tho amined by the pro'ess adtancement of mettlrlu no ' surgery, and when not claimed by fntndsor relatives to bo deceulty lurled at the expense of the professor la charge, was lost The bill received i votes to a, but required forty to pass It Tho supporters of Ihe bill will trr it sgain. The for the deduction of resolution protldlng the per diem of members absent, except 'n case of sickness of themsehes or members ot their Immediate family, wss discussed lor half nn hour, and then made a special order for Juno Ii Judge Halbert was giten leave to make a statement In rcsrono to the resolution Iho house had adopted In reference to him, and .xpl Unjust whit he did say In h'sVuncehurg peech. Ho siated th it he said u good many things by wav of criticism of the general In his Vanceburg sptech, nnd especially ltd he score absenteeism, which had been ihs ot the Uno legislative bodies, but that not uno ico did be lullmjte, directly or Indirectly, that knsw of a single member who had been .bed, nnd drnlcd most positively that any eh knowledge was In his possession. Hocir -- 'vetoed and Watcn. Hut time has vindicated Mr. Carlisle The bonds the banks rejected have become the corner stone of credit: tho bonds they held have been redeemed and cancelled. The circulation of the national banks, which, OctoWr, IhM, . was J.1i0,Q00,0OO, was. October, only tH.1,000,000. Had the banks Wught the bonds as required by .Mr Carlisle's amendment, they would have had twice the money in circulation that is out and the clamor for silver would have been less Imperious. Nothing in Mr. I)eew'h career not even his support of Horace ureeley, reflects such credit on him as Mr. Carlisle's amendment reflects on the secretary of the treasury. Hut compare the cabinet of Mr. Cleveland with the cabinet of Mr. Har rison and ask tho wise men of America whose opinion they would prefer on financial questions, that of a body headed by Mr. Carlisle or that of u body of which Mr. Charles Foster was the shining light Here in deadly parallel columns arc the two cabinets: Clnttand't. Jlarriion't. Carlisle, Foster, Gresham, Foster, ISO-.'to-da- monumental v wont,. iiuwijs,rni'Yaraw! norcu. except tor me implied repudiation in the resolution thai tho democrats ought to carry Into effect their platform policy of antagonism to the theories upon which the McKinlcy tariff wus based. The convention said ns plainly as if expressed In the exact wonls: "You democrats have declared that If you came Inlc power you wonld overturn the McKinlcy tariff policy. Wo have had enough of It Take the old thing away and bury It, the quicker the better." Naturally tho governor does not fancy such treatment, and ho is not backward in saying so. He informed an Inquiring newspaper man that "the convention made' it mistake in not affirming the national platform of 1898." To d that would have Indorsed the McKinlcy tariff nnd its author which is what ths governor evidently thinks every republican gathering should do. Hut that was just what tho Louisville convention did not want to do and did not do. The leaguers are plainly not I hat was not the only mlstako made by the leaguers, according to Oov. notions. They went a little too fast and too far In monkeying with the woman suffrage question. For himself he had hardly decided whether to approve or condemn the equality of sex piank, but admitted that he "did not see any Immediate or urgent need of woman suffrage." The governor will hardly win the support of tho women Wansmaker, llisselU on that statement, but ns they have no Smith, Noble, Tracy, Herbert, In Ohio, and are not likely to have Olney, Miller, when the governor is making his next Morton, Husk, two or three fights for office, their opLamont Klklns. Hut to Mr. Depew nnd all others who position does not give him much uneasiness. He would no doubt trade off find it diflicultjolivc under a government administered by democrats, it is the political support of all the women well to say that if any mischief comes In Ohio for an assurance of the voles from existing laws the laws wero made, and inlluence of Forakerand his hench not by democrats, but by republicans. men. Cleveland Plain Dealer. The lnws wero made in oppos.'t!on to STEVENS AND SPRECKELS. democratic protests and in a spirit dilualde Facts In the Sandwich 'islands rectly contrary tothc democratic spirit, Question. principles and purposes. Throughout the Hawaiian affair Mr. issiirx( IA wutuaju, trvwstfe Aft wxj .v n I ! .11 uviuwi" vaiiuuv 1ia Cleveland Jins ncted ,vlth good sense ' K-ot- 4 a wtnVwatW-frsVw- si jeeted every act meant to modify the iniquity of tho bill, ami a republican senate refused to repeal the Sherman bllL Mr. Cleveland has no authority to repeal cither bill, both of which he condemned. They were fastenby republican ed on the people leaders in congress; they can ba repealed only by congress. The impatience expressed by tho republicans with thoir own laws is swift condemnation of vicious legislation. A democratic congress will be called together In due time to rid the country of theso two examples of republican statesmanship the McKinlcy bill and tho Sherman bill. It docs not take no familiar with Hebrew scriptures to see that these measures uro working mischief. Louisville Courier-JournaCHARAOTER OF THE TREASURY. l. A llepulillran 1'artnrrshlp That should He Dissolved. u-r- - al In the Kentucky senate, a few davs ngo, enutor Alexander presented Louisville's formal offer of 11,000,000 'or the removal and location of the sea's si government there. Danville Is tho inly place now to W heard from, nnd .vhen her propositi' n Is handed in tho legislature will to ready, It Is alleged, to tako up the cpital question for final ttlcnu-nj-. er k reconl-breakln- g Hum-burg- At MadlsonvlUe, tho other eroding, Ed McNeil, for killing his fntli!r-in-law- , Thomas Llttlrpagc, December II, I Ml, was given a life sentence. Ot of ten colored applicants for n schoolteachers' certificates examined at Lexington only "u passed. -- t A numWr of excellent people appear to be mistaken ns to the character of the United States treasury. Our Washington correspondent reports that bankers haciitcd Washington and written to the secretary for the purpose of securing his cooperation in Ihe money market He has been informed that he is the greatest banker in the country, litis nothing of the kind. He is not a banker nnd the treasury is not u bank. Ills department was established for the purpose of collecting and disbursing the publio revenues. In tho course of tho country's history tho government has been compelled to borrow money. In order to obtain tho necessary funds for its preservation and to market Its Wnds the national banks were established. So far ns these arc banks of issue they arc governed by national laws. In their business relations with individuals they do not exercise governmental functions. Tie laws enacted by the federal government concerning them aro for the protection oi those who hold their bills or deposit money with them. Tho Juty of tho government towards, (hfin censes when their bonds nre paid and thn circulation Is surrendered. The government Is their debtor In tho nmotintof the bonds held by them, nnd the comptroller for the purpose of seeing that the currency Issued on the faith of those bonds He has shown that It la nil concerned. Impossible to control him for the purposes of conspirators where he knows ths facts and is aware of tho designs ol the men who nttempt to use the federal government in furthering their private schemes for securing unearned money. The removal of Stevens and the appointment of Mr. Blount will satisfy all who are not In favor of allowing Spreckels to carry out his plani through thn complicity of the United States. It is no longer doubtful that a con spiracy existed to which Stevens was a party. It will be easy to show thai tho entire disturbance was planned months in advance nnd that Stevcnl was In full complicity with It Mr Charles Nonlhoff, who is now In Hono lulu for tho New York Herald, has so cured evidence that tho troops from thi Hoston were landed under the orders ol Stevens, before, not after, the revolu tion. The actual landing took plact Wtwccn four and five o'clock Monday afternoon, nnd It was not until thi next day that the provisional govern ment proclaimed Itself as it would nol have done at all If Stevens, us a mem ber of the conspiracy, hnd not used nitcd States marines in the capacity of rebels against the government tc which ho wns accredited as minister. Excepting Mbncr in Central America and Egan In Chili, there is hardly sc disgraceful a reconl as this in tin history of our diplomacy. In touching on the pica that Amen can capital in the islands must be pro tectcd by the use of tha navy. Mr Nonlhoff says it means that the navj must bo put nt the service of Sprcck els, since Spreckels nnd one othei planter aro the only men In the islandi who havo Invested American capital. wss'' l Is good. nnnored crulwr alloat. The Xew York Unota nn hour on her undo tweuty-ontrial trip u few iliiysnpo, two knotit better than the record nf tho llritlsh lllakn. Not only In the .New York the swIfteM vessel of her class, but mIio is the htauehest nnd most ellloieut in all Her armor It luiponetnible. ller iriiitN are lo tho highest deifee lee, and she has it coalinp capacity that will curry her from New York to Sin I'ntnclseo. ThU iiuiKiilllcent like all tho other now crulsera In fnun keel our navy, U Amcriean-tnadto mainmast. u wap-hlilo l'nlted Mutes now Ini the fnstent Saturday made tho following New ConniiU. Wahiiimitox, May 20. The app'lnt-inentWin-on-si- s: Wendell Anderson, of to W consul general of tho 1 idled States, at Montreal Can. .lohnl. lllley. of New York, to be consul general of l'nlted States at Ottawa, Can. Jacob Sleeper, of Massachusetts, to W secretary of legation and consul general of tho l'nlted States at llogota, Colombia 1'rmliice McCormlek, of Virginia, to uu Indian inspector. Ueorgo C of Arizona, to W n eoiunilsslnner on tho World's Columbian commission, vice William K. Mead, resigned. Wad-del- li l, iNillsciiMtluif theub.iteinentof smoke in Miellield, a ctirivspiindent of IhnIiIh that If snioko Is oneo made tlicrols no way to consume It and that tho only way to avoid it Is either In earoful Htohlritf or In tho us of fuel Tho that makes no miitihn. nrtfus tho iuanufacturern to i done in turn their fuel Into ?ut, Miellield, with which tho most carclesH or stupid htoker can not produce ua much Hinoko as will rlrnj from u lighted inntiih. In Hhpflltdd, ho ayi liiipiltcri on u ho at iny tlmo in ohm faetory two t tubitUr bcllurn wtvldng im (H for lUblltlus to study (or th nnd iwcr slrn of "iuoU. Toi-kka"son-in-lawim-f- Wlir They Mortcscoil Their 1'itriix. , Klin., May 80. The state census bulletin of farm and home indebtedness of Kansas shows u variety of novel reasons for Ixirrowlng money, A Decatur county niim mortgaged lils premises "mostly forbear," two were to pay for dlvorco suits. In Lincoln conn ty u man ussumed a mortgage .o ny his "wife's debt... Another to pa) (inAndescribable debt of ii other to buy a piano, uuuthur to etude creditor, one man in Lyons county mortgaged Ills homo to buy a saloon, whllii his neighbor tmib a iiinrlir'' wlniurv, Horned. Nuuiir Itellnt-rWm. lUt.TiMoiu:, May 80. Tho llaltlmore llridenilolph, u pnimlnent anil sugar refinery, which had Just S. put wealthy young luwyer, was riding n in couiplct onler to start work on a rrmay largo scale on Juno was almost enplrltod young snauie-norsmorning when the horse shied at an tirely destroyed by lire Sunday mornelectriocar, throwing Mr. llridendolph ing. Tho total value of the plant Is directly under the wheels of a heavily- - M,80U,U(K). The loss is nlxiut !00,000. loaded van, which passed over his abdoInsurance it $;Wa,(M)( on tho buildings men, killing him instantly. and faOO.nOO on the machinery. , Woiiiiiii SufTrnxe In Mii'blKn. . Siilolll doing to Lansimi, Mich., Moa' 97.Tho heuatu May 81). Archbishop WasIU.mitov, passed tho woman sRTrngo bill Thursday, and It will now Wcome n law, us Sntolll, the apostolic tlelegate, will go the signature of the governor is In Chicago Tuesday to preach u mission o Italians of that city. .Solemn Scene In llm Vat loan. An Italian Ambassador. Humk, May 37. An exceedingly Inho Italian Wahiiimitox, May teresting scene occurred Friday In the sends notice to tho state private chapel of the Vatican when the government that it will raise the Ital-in- l pope himself performed tho selemn department diplomatic, representation lit Washceremony of blessing tho golden rose, sending It to tho (juoen of the ington to the dignity of an embassy. It before Mgr. Nlcolola will leave Is believed Huron Fnvu will W made tho Itelglans. Immediately In order to convey llrsl ambassador. Home thu roso to her mujesty. To lnsH-c- t AnliiiaU. WAsiilMiros-- . Muy'lO. The Secrctury A Itun on it Unnk. of agriculture: lias appointed Kvutis II. ItiitMswirs., On., May 81. A run veat I'rlchurd, of Indiana, Inspector for the Oworghk ilut bunk, Vt-mudo on the bureuu v( unliiml ludtistly ut Indluus-polls- , ilsy, nml It wu uoiupsllfd to tlooi at a salary nf Jlvtiu, tojMilud tuiliporarily, sxponstH, W-ee 1 ("lilt-agoan.-T- Double Accident. ClTMliKin.ANi), Md., May 37. I'letrlnnil ami the Inrouin Tmi. Washington, May 37. In conversation with congr.ssmen who have Wen to the white house day after day for nearly three mouths past nothing has cropjied out to show that tho president has ever deolured himself specifically In favor of nn Income tax. They say that on the contrary ho has been careful to fight shy of this subject, preferring not to commit himself in advunco of his message to the next congress. Moro than one of them has asked for nn expression of his views UHtn this bit of radical legislation and failed to receive It. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. "I r,ui'PORKbliieumbroilas aro nil tho go now?" "I guess so. wasn't ablo to keep inino but threo days ufter I bought it." Inter Ocean. (ll.AltVH "Isn't It odd that the honeymoon should last but it month?" Rich "Not so very odd; bills nre sent out on tho first, you know." Vogue. His Hank. "He will never be givnt." "Why, his hnir Is ns long and thick an can tndtfiu Is Impolite to the Inst degree " 'Hint you can read 1 I, bis writing." Truth. 1 (reproachfully) "Why, Angelina Miss Coldsnuh novcr had cr tho slightest Idea" Miss Coldsnulr "Yes, that's what everybody says," Troy Press. MADfit: "What kind of u bathing suit will you wear nt the Nnrragansett this season?" Miss Prim "I shall wear a suit of tho 18.10 period." Madge "Iteally, nnd you've kept It nil these yeurs," thirt.v vcars. X. Y. World. Hi: "I um In great trouble. I kissed Tim republicans menu business a girl tho other night and now sho Itikcry, alleged assassin of John M. won't pak to me," Rim- "Did you ImnliiiilU for a long tariff campaign. Hjehtlt out on that ly'ii, If It Clayton, wus relenivd ut .Moirlllou nn kiss hnr mom than otmtiT" Hu ''Oh. They aha Is nuili" takes all .Huinmeri (Jlntdiind Plain 11,000 JmiIL unit hits rnmo to Llltlt no!" Wia "No btsii-- i Roqk lownViffi with thu govnt nni'i 2f, Y, Herald. M Cnoi.i.Y TintowMivEH The New llrlder ut Clurlunstl. 87. Assistant May Wasiunotox, Secretary (Iriint gavu a hearing at the war dt'iMrtmenl Friday to a delegation from Pittsburgh mul Cincinnati Interested in securing a change in tho plans ot tho L. v. N. railroad bridge ovrr tho Ohio near Cincinnati. They usked that tho bridge W mado higher and wider. No decision was announced, lllrkejr lllira llnnd. Littlk Hock, Ark., Mny 87. Frank Tho establishment of the national banks has not changed the character of the treasury. It Is still merely In law a receiver and dlsburser of public moneys the Instrumentality for t Inpayment of the public debt It has long been the democratic theory tlmt the partnership between tho treasury and the money market established under republican rule should be dissolved The treasury has not the machinery for carrying on the banking business, nnd is nt a disadvantage i'i The batiks of Wu11 very respect street have, no more right to the aid of public tuoiieyB than tho railroad companies of tho west, tho Furmers' Alliance, the ICnUhts of Lnlmr, tho wheat growers of Dakota or nny other business or industrial Interest. The theory that tho treasury department is a bank Is rank communism. of Secretary CarThe determination lisle p restore tho treasury to Its original purpose Is tho soundest business undertaking: In which any secretary of the treasury hits engaged for tho lust hero to protect American capital Is i fraud," suys Mr. Nonlhoff. "The prop erty w hicli thus cries out for protection when no protection is needed is nol American but Hawaiian property, and has been made hero by men who voluntarily left their own country t make fortunes In these islands, most o) them lauding hero with less than one, hundred dollars In their pockets." Mr. Cleveland nlready commands th by hb of the people eonlldcneo straightforward and courageous actlor In opposing Spreckels, and when all Ihe facts are Wught out there will bi no room frr two opinions. It Is al ready certain that u most disgraceful conspiracy existed and that but foi Mr. Cleveland the government of tin United States would have Wen used at u rho cry that our troops must Hi cat's paw In carrying it out St Louis llcpuhlic, A republican organ, clamoring indignantly ngalnit the proposition ol the democrats to revise the pension list, claims that "tho tho malingerer, and the sneaks generally were among the very first men to get pensions ufter tho war." Very w ell. Why should honest men, then, object to striking these off the rolls? They have already drawn pensions longer than many who really deserve 'coffee-cooler- Louisville Courier-JournaThe republic in national league used tho soft ped it when It touched the tariff Issue at Louisville. Tho McKinlcy schedule was put off with a brlel Indorsement of thu Minneapolis plat form of If'.'J. Is tho "g. o. p." begin ding U llnd out what struck ll last November? Kansas City Mar. . Every few days .Mr. Clarkson discover u new cbiimi for republican defeat. Ah them weiti so m my ki'Iw Mr, ChivltMlll Will undoubtedly pensions. -l. ilMi(jeiln -- Ni Yi WorWt w.i ' laera ra ;:' i v . sosy?" fl( ?Trp ......yiT-- V;. , . j; -a We "fa. ; M "f!? -- rf "! ":.. l& i J A. S. ul.t" THE HICKMAN Visitors nro wolcotucci: Cabinet riiolo's 82.50 per Doz. IIOSEDALE, Artistic PJiolographcr, at Campbell's Old Stand. iiiih nii.m.'u:h, niiiii. l.oniM Ki:iai'tu.i' iiikk. y.l sAUSK. The Income Tax. lltiK the Fair uu MMUiluy nosi.KMs VAmisu COURIER. 8t. I.i.ila Republic, Tho m "Tnlcca-Wcek. JVork Guaranteed. gg JNO. WI1TINO, Ji. " HICKMAN, KV., FRIDAY, JUNK 2, 1SD.1 CJrcat Colonizing dib-l'n- rson, " The DmiofMm of I'ulion county .. b,cC,1,1,0r.Hgl,Mo11.;.r..i,';n,., rerccnt8 Hint TllO wentlior liropilPta liavo Ol will be itnl fre.for one yenrloany person' Experlenco tins already proved ub- r four new yearly tllllt tllO multitude HUXioilR nml Into been trying tlielr hand on tlio .ending ci.jh Vnel.illln ll.nmor. In liPi'nilllllf punier What will U be , i. r Mr. Her., or; very ,l0innr nln0.ig Democrats! w,"1,,,",,1 HSi r?V,,?',,ir,,, ,, ,, lh, hot senson or n cold one, n rail ..iMml ni0 ,..,, whatever ho may be llmOI hOIIIO llHVO Pal(l I. entire country. It was, tl. n.i,l.i-- .el llin news ni n will hnvo illstiugnisl led American lo em- - ilrst suggested by Mr. Cleveland, day. Hundreds of Stllllllicr( UK a w.ek eulltr llin li cn that rlicnu-- . Tho Income tux Men, says tlio Bfl-'T- I calM-.he',- fS li. si 1 i . iMpreirnlir rr,,..c.Nl to mct In tho head of n missionary force in cratlc papers throughout tho r near Chicago, re clnmo.lng -, Tit for. o pilv nlauJc ,n Inta. -.,. . MM, this count.y to convert M, ey' ca'n "do' .ts'th... Is t work, and, bj reportjjj pj";, u SATtWUAY. Jl'NK nr.1. V , H , clocl.p.m, fnril.e Mirpo of cor,,U. Is backed by mlllinns of dollais. if tho neniouitiliu pnrlv l. to oar- - losing a d.i.'s wages. Hut there l""r'" " '""ugiiou; no jenr, Mraplf p, wr for tm. 'n om rJi:..vBL.C-- m. ' .., also asserts thnt . larga , y out a, .0 Bs... PMV S"n ---a ,- -. .Tofi,,. W.n.n,. oM .,..J. -SS "'' ' or cllti, iiib itt!,V-1tJ;n!.!. M ll ilicn wo have a warm spring. It; Union "J.ueU o.l.cr mtr. m.j he number of r.ch Moliainmedjnaiiro, oil. Urce ad J tlie f l. ' h m .'. n Is fair lo assunio tliat the Herco- -- ...!" ...'.....- broi.Tht b.for. il.e lxmoer.iis il.cn ui planning to Imuilcrato from India, "V" Pimr. V.isSrr.ix.ii n.vo III IIIO " nil I.,n the United States, and that WI1IIIII ...... IVIIIIUU....rrp,..IIIIIIUIIIIIl,r.P..iSMilral i.....i ,.ii )I1IMI.IJ. Aim nra of the Hiiiuiiior a I,..l ..(II lid to hnvo ,... of these iniliienees Is tl..i tLr Mfnibl.l. Mow tihrivinn. fl.iun rlietiinn- ' i ii II8SI1I1CCU. ...... wi' fcOllieW I llmv will hhl,nK1 f eure fur Keipeclfully, " ..,,rH "fc ' ""' "'"" Alnnlna1! liiuieiiemKCivui!0 in iiiu g.MLT... l.w.nl !...- ..f ll.n ,...... O...... .,,- .'. -- lll - ,. ,lr.. .....t ii.1..,,.. i;i,.,. discovered a new tlio eleetrie liglit. ... j ,.: - .Mrinc. " , V. P. TAYLOR, tiin by menus of in some of tho Southern Slates mem omim uui no me., un.ess h k j i;ufcrreil. This ' . Tlio lil'lit used H a Mimll ineau- Chm'n Fullon t'o. t)m. Com. , I In fact, it is said, that Inrpt tincts now ux levy were inane to supply , m(, latll III u.ls sec i nm iTtimiinr u imi tmim liiiil it, n a iiuil'L'ii m iiii itii v ' U'ltli riMIIIKcountry eold and chilly '"Wi-n- t insi lamp, whose rays nre bought of land hnvo already been tion of tho An Income tas levied by the eminent aid for the fair was plicil to the allheteil part through a Tun State Legislature has with violent storms,' In Georgia and Florldj. These diulii!: tho war. ed that Snuday should bo obsor- - and iMving about the average funnel. The length ot lite an invitation to attend the 'd and that the law must bo en- colonists, in nddltinn to nropngnt- - lirouuht a henlthv sum into the World's lnir In u body. of rain. We might there- - nietit ilep'iuN on the ability of the . ........... ',.li.iml Trnncnr-'I'lm inonlt I. .if fori'Oll. A HCMMIIlll IllllllPIton la '!.... )...: fore, lo have a hot and fairly hu-- ' patient to endure tho heat. TjiKUP.Issoino talk going round, , . , .. tli nuilon ,has creatlv hiermaPil that of tho reliuious orirauixallons v, : . ... tali) sniiltuor. aim u mrre is ii ui-tineir- , . nbout Uicu A. I'ierco making the men in me despotism U IHX HOW ',i.i!, ""iii . """"i llllili rilllivoi III of wind let loose upon the native colony. (By the In is this SIHCO llllll UUie, HIMI IIKHreturn. Pronounced Hop eloss, Yot Savoi. race for governor of Tennessee HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC. iheir claim tliut It would be rank amount during every - months, would yiold n handsome next campaign. not n confession, uiiconjcious per- lij Mpi A.U Sabbath desecration lor tlio worki pliiuet Fr.n lellrr Tho Federal tax burden is now exceedingly llutil, of tlrotjn, written we quote lW B CLINTON STltKKT, we ought to have an HICKMAN, KY. Good news from nil portions of haps of the power and Lenfflcence mostly Homo ly tne oonsumersor k peopie who ion wio oiner si mild himI drowsy summer, with Ukcu with n bad S. I), hioh dllfl ou oul I, will be of the Christian reiigloii Hist they the necessaries of life. Those who days to spend all or part of Snn plenty of Hies and mosquitoes. nir I.unt, couxh xl In nJ fin.illy tho fertile west. Crops I X)33T,I"VE1I?ED crops this tear In Kansas, Nebras-- j won,(l l)0 nipeUe(1 ,,to at to t,,i8 wear woolen clothes and purchase day viewing the fair. A third in Those who fancy thnt we Bre In Cnntunpllon. Foul tloelor ' I TT lit but a tlistt blankets pay goodly portion of kti anil Colorado are assured of !?- ly,u'v:y-L':r- caicnintiug Christian land to W;jti n .lu m j mtluur. I . r ii. IfWOiM Vfeio placed on ti.o mi thniiilM.no? Ihjonr oniuinn, llarmtniil If I i til I Itnl ItlV with RlV tin totn rf Miatt nnlir. Inil free list and an income tax subs- I saloon keepers or Uiitcngo,,J Highest Market I'rlco will be Paid for Ilerf Cattle. ;.. tlielr host Wo may expect fruMji on farlh. I wtuibl mrel mr bnl exhibits at the rppmriiize) Mint with Hie fulr iilosH! One of the for the purpose of ruining tituted Iv bnnhtn-ai ftitfUfd Ia traret warm and stny warm. lllonet ahovp World's Fa.r is tho sword which . Wonderful things arehnppen.ng revenue, a burden would be lifted Suudnys their coffers will nnnrn rcrvuo(iy nnnrrrn V.l.ln wnrn wlirn . Hi llllS Old Worlll, nillllnlS IDOVe creatlv the cainer. It U a strati 'from the shoulders of the poor ho suriendered bis coiunussiou as, of tho Moslems to tie United and placed on thoso more able to combination, but a powerful one. prepared lor a hot s lo take all tho Commander in Ublefofllie Amerl-- states WO number tinona- tlio't...n bio ngiiust choleraic diseases. AHI. Hill IIII.IHI.l.l . . .. i and lirrlr woman " Trial botll frrr at w w fa. f..r.MH iiti tlnppinlinp ''.'t.' TA'.. grentesi womiers. m - too .... moro .. tinconio tax is . r .. ttkH -- iti. .0II ,.. Appeal- - A vulauohe. mm '- iruiyrue too h.. ........... C I 0. A. Iloteomba'a Jt'in ator, rrgnlar U grows of the Lord moves in n mwterions way tated the more it ... . ...... in. t favor ,0n o tn ih Worl.l't rlr; Youruuia URl'onTd from forty-fou- r 600 anil $1 OU. . i lla .. . klll. OiH t. . . " ... ,s IIL.I.. lw n tll noi n .1!. ltl.n.il .0 f. "Kel. ... . III I..... ncr.iic wiino.n ,,.',"., n imcruai ruveuuo ins- ,llfl tfliers. fn ,.w.. . - fiamauon Lnm Choltrs nj nTtlm orrlHlill - -- . ...... ... ...- - ..(,.. Oil Of t IP llrtSt ChirabtrUln's Colla, r,xngt of walrUl.r- - stops 'em quick, utire stops CUIUS, tricta show that o,41J Chinese ....j t'oiuiiiKHlmierN Mule. and they never rbcea ItemoJ. Tb ami, Congress. have registered. The largest regFonterN Failure. illtl, fallgue aud IrrrtfuUr hablu, Jurlnc COIIIO back. If.VOI1 don't believe . riilloti Irrnlt lonrl. Hrnllirkjr. istration from a single distriet is your trip r lnm,l cerlaiu lo proJiict j, i I. i . .a... I ' ..".,jj$ If it don't stop 'em ask mil ....!.. 01 two of ami from Colorado, where 1,500 regisPn.l. .I. II..,.!.,,, .r.R.nro.1 NoUll. in.V poor it0.1CK mi... Anti- - ilt.rrhofa .....t aj iloe ...:..,.- r"v'-B- tbla reoi.j iiirjuiir money back jou'll get it. mcj A. Aiubriry, I'Uiulllf, ) Linlly ...J iiij ....i Acalnil Plantation excuse for jtt iij- .i.k... tered. nosnritANT. it i. ai.k.xam'F.i:. j a TiioMrxw, ii.nuL'iiA.i.tN J J tary of theTreasury.followingthe ,.,.. .... p.a8!er witi, eanslctim r' J. At'brrj l.lr ami ereJ J prhpa much rxtrn.r l'rocnte It Iwfore PilveSOo. Sold by I'ISi; Jmlfr ('. L. HAMII.K, J S. UKAULl-.d- , Ji. ' ami "" crnl. boltlei fur Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickman, Ky nun, DMtniUut,, Tin: religions organisations dis esatuple of Gov. Melvinley, has. will euro it. Sold and guaranteed Intvli.c liome lly tlrlu ol Jn.l)mrni anil Or Irr of ale bv 0. A. Holeumbe. Jru.-jliclaim any T. T. Swaiiie. Failr0bUhe,m"rie,,v.fi,i,C,, '" bUSi"C68' HvA ,n ,,,,H '"iBatlsfaetory by Slp of ibe I'ulton Circuit Conn, irn.lrr.l tlio World's cKy. (Joie Bio's., Cayce, ,,e lm theiympntliy of, fat t!. May Una Itur'of, th'J.l, In tbr II. nUCUA.WN rrf.l.leal, J. J C lUlMU'll I.rt It. L. Al T, A Sl'l.ir IN TIIF. O. .. R. .'gill ix uowgui, incKiiiau, i iiiteml to pcommcnd Christians forlune A. I. Brevard, Jordan, Ky. abO'r cni.r, for lite mm if Trnty li.in.l-rI'tibler, J N. tmUM.KIt, Jr, Al.anl I'aslilcr " T. T. Swayne, to keen tlielr moiiev out of tho the country. His labilities nre an.l trnly.N'ir sml 78 leO OolUra, Faruhatn Post of tho Grand. Hi. I. I.I....I .( (k. .... ..f n.. ..ta. ... Wot Id's Fair treasury if Sund.iy set down at more than one million Core llro's., Cayce, Ky. The June issuo of BKLl'OKO'.s .,,, ' fram h,. n,j f ti,1..i..r. opening is decided npoti. A. K. Brovnrd. Jordan, Ky. Army of the Republic, lu New ii vth i- - i c ni .....,.. man dollars. Dut that which the conn.. . rv,i ....nit iti in In In arllitia nai. on ft .m v, sun ii .. cni on iamncr rrr ... 7i ri.t follow-lj- . ork. recently passed tho crnmrnl, for boll. SncitBi'Anv of Stato Oreshnm try is more interested lu is the .! from May ll, until ralJ, anlll.i to Uiiy VotetJ. lug resolutions setting tort li Its " r"J....n,"r "P " In "' ,ne "" " co.n Urrrin. . i. lW pioa t toi.tirr for ' authorizes an emphatic denial of oau8e tmt Mr. p08tcr alleges for .tu I. . kaIIm ii I ..a Kritirt'Ri.Ri nir. iici.i.iiaTi.i ntaru. ikla lnlv Waai.m tho statement that the Chine so ,, fKnureBtlrl,,ntlllj views as to who were justly ciitI M,lln.f ,; j, ,1M ,ioo oil li.i Ky, t th. I.iil.r.t biiJrr. ii 1'ubUo Aue- grentor Some of our readers will.. nrob mill alni ...... ...v. , rriic ioriii..n .w, A.nn.i.r hi in ., f .im.. .... n ..........ut hiil lintirii.tl llin IIMtinrt.l .... .. .. i nil in iirnnr rinnnimia uni nr inn ruiinsi. ..pir.uun.. .nil t..i .. . ui u ,v ; iiiiHiiciii. miisjr .r .i.. al,y remeinber "Governor" iiient of Slate that tho uimicift ffoo,l ,', Mi . iheniir fn'ur. Pl.m llirnmrfto jV ;, i oif.;. , r ih.ri.- i- i. 3 a. n Amfrl"n government wo uld retaliate if tho Government. It this is trne. it Is, iev. 0f Connecticut, the iudh-lil-"" ?" . : . .' th,inK County Co.ut J.y) uroo . nc er.lu ,. i vnvi mtizcTTi'&r'z th moaiii ,. weary exptils ion act should be yct strange that I he ruin struck ..i wi10 n"""u "'oi .it mnn.i... n, r.iUwuR 4 .irtb.i Ollltiateil B Governor of fa I.ln.lon V. ll.l.l l...mr. proprrl, lo.lt. U..V an.l 0 in 6. Qu of orgnni. eh.rtrol enforced. Air. rOSter tall UOV. .lCtVlllley, ,,,, ci..,n rnp inn r I ll in.. l.iir .lorr iiflte We Tn eaa.l. ml led "A .. . li. !.!.. ..I !.. !.., on tlinnnl. ZatiOli: - ,.,- - ., ACCOKDINd tO tllO Home Mis,,. ... ,, -- ill h. .... ,,l.nr. in . ltannlii;.!iii loailora no Ir.ulior Piclloo ' Till, comln IntrcoI-- ' B uui 1101 receive a suigio uve - n. lull r.urn.oni otrriu .t.,t i u b.t. Nn . siou Board's renort before the, ... ..... the onlr tHrram nitliUI and office of Ibe CUrV of th Fulton t'oi.niy Koiittiorn Hantlst Convention. n imi ov iiiiivii iiifi v iuiw kimii nun for that office. This respectablo.to pcn.ioni are llio who l.r wouml. nr Prrml-n- l W ltsers or Coler an rccafmn for a .plfn-d- il Court, ami lll b lolil in ill. orlrr namnl ' Kentucky has given moro for "f thonsands who are in the scamp was recently asked 10 ap - JIbillllei InenrreJ In the erlc ol Fr.arU filly collet I will Nn A, containing (H eo''rT a" pi.T.Hiru .luiii .arijiiia aialtiira In lllu.tratril articleamion Kurope. acres first .olfrr Missions than any other ngemeut of large properties. There pear before a committee of tho llil- - cotiniry u.l taumlr a? follow. Iter in. Hin thrlr rmpfriire calling. t HuKrrl II Ilincrofl'. uiiiijiie library n( State. Kentucky gave ?'ir,9I8.7.";,lnIls,,!ivo been some stiecial weak- - Legislature of Connecticut and bfJ q cb WOUDll. corner of lut No I in nlus al Ibe N. Ad u?e Maryland gave $14,630.18 uud one of ihe great lreures of salJ ill t tuc Ib.n.-- West 120 p.lsslu' incsses somehow or someway that give Ids reasons for opposing act. or ai,Abiliile s not bmsuch eurrail, am) America, n Franrineo, is bapplly ilecUnl by pen Georgia $13,009.25. aa lo Jnillfr .those are passngo of a corrupt practice volmnilfl their nffuirs inj iclure Humor ami lenliuient mlnilp bem in As a member of tho party of puri- lana supportcalling on the country fur i'l In ihr.e very rnl.bl aLstclirs enliiilril Thb bank collapses in Indiana embe Bnt lerc bftV(J b nJ Bulkely ty ami high moral ideas, It K. thence floulhj and Illinois mean nothing so far J WnsatA", A much rral patriotism mir rrfctily "Haeliel an.l Kllas, "An 60f.etwe.lM as the commercial conditions of j ""'""or of othor large, failures promptly responded, nml gave ins be shown hr refraininc ln time of lira e !.! " I)iam" an.l 'The llonnralile Frfl-r- i parallel wilh atlil road lo llie benlnnlni I Finally ibeJefen of .pirillim. with k offer for .ale, If Itic atiHr A T. reasons why in tho interest of frorniufliciln p.. fhA twill - throughout Ptinn.piliii,j hilril.ti. .in "... . the country, bnt in the theilayaro concerned. The Ins1.. t. .,n,r"P'"'.1 I. "P"' Jr.erlbeil Irael Joe. net brine the itiount ' aa coming " b.rdefenic in I'" " titutions were not banks at nil. bank failures they have nil been pure politics Oil efforts to Oring- country -i- brtherefore, m It uf money lo ! rsii wLat Is Kin.wn w They were simply bunco estab- traceable to "speculation" on the about honesty Should bo discotir- Uni; ff n Tim any ol.l M,ler or sailor f r b Lot Nn I In ssJ it i vision, containing It!) , J oii.i n. tuni.ii.1, i. rrr.'t. . ....A..J, t.v.ift..l. Call. BtLTltC. Bwoivrn. aged. The following extract from wbo imi aerra boim IkI as fuiln- - - U'innlni; al iiaiiiiiuiiin, uiiuuiiuirii iiim ei- for or a'CepH ii. show ..i.... n not nee his testimony Part of t,,e urn',,fr N K enrntr of lot No ,,. M ll mh..P ..nnnlnln tl..... Witlnmtr,. In cnnJitlon. aetV.1. ..In f .hom.ra tins urokm nut in the 60 feel rl of the M3, A O ll It , essnrily to the Government's man- nice, fragrant purist in politics old ,h opinioflof ,bli ro. tlslon, of cooJe( banking. . IWt tU H lm It'lfi;. llienes West W ut. la a .take; ibenee N tl ". man . hft 4imuihiiii. niFfllll at ahuiail Bulkcloy f. iiirt ma goo il agement of finances. E HI (vol.. to Ihense "m M noN. IIaltirut, of Lewis counanl spring Iran merely delayed tho Question Wbteh la the g reaie.t erlml were ant are wllllnc to tl.etlirlr lift K. poles lo a .lake; Ihrnee N Hojwover, allowing tbatjhe Gov- roles y. who, it is reported had .cbartt aellj or he who for their country wlilimil any rewanl nae progress ol the nl, a vote? ilntf r; to a slake ami too bl.ck oak lit approfal of theirown con.clencm anjj "Try cd'tlfat b1s"bother m cm hers of. erninent's policy is at fault In part buy Ooernor bo who l IJD rules lo a stake ftO fret A. . i, . i l..clj .i .riii.iii, ,.1w, Ihe.if honorable fame ibat is il'ie toeteiy. Oo. Uulkeley answtrtj this hy saylnj; lh.it.tnl the LegiHlaturo wero corrupt, or in whole, is not Mr. Carlisle IJ M .til It; theore south, nul we.t of i . . f.a ll ll ki rui'k arose in his seat the other day pursuing exactly the same policy that there were lot. ol eotert devoiil ut- - ft... IV.. i'V iiiiiiniiiii' til ' ' .a denied having said anything aud .c ago, h.s never spoken sjnec.lin. Prepare yourself for the coming by Mr. Foster himself, LrJdJK1 ' ' ol the kind. He does think, how- pursued and wbo-- e eves grow luridly You M..t Influence tbcm b, Srcu.n.nt, .' when Secretary, that is, paying ' ever that they ought to ndjourn : l tl,c a,,,,,OBOh uf a t,,,,n !! "Wvr-- r ArcomoUM.B. out gold only f It may he tlio hot- : and go home. n , ., .ciibel s . i,,,,,..! , . storm. ... , ,,t.Kn don lisiieee ,1,.. .I..... ,. to our Customers Consistent with i..,i.,ii.,i A ter policy as tho Silver men cona,Ul Thk citizens of east Carroll to victory and you K Sohny00'8 UnuUhii; Principles. L piuish, Ln,, in a mass meeting tend, for the Govornuiout to com-'b- ottle: KlIOVK Ollt VOIir Illail polfa lo ibe S H rorne r of aii.l quarier; Ket O,0fX). - nowirill Cnwrrlll lo M Ifv Wednesday, adopted resolutions mence paying out silver, tmt there vol. I Infer ,,,t if. rlfh, an,. in 2, Do ie light and vou may clearl K .1,0 ; fulling upon nil charitable persons hns been no change siucu CleveSnnvno office to buy a J. Lful for V1nJ..lr for and especially on the commercial .... ..... ""..L' itl a.,f. land vou arc doinirivcll if you make LcU ..l"b.."i thr', I. "t.?l . V.l.nJ C. ItAI.TZI'.It, B.T.TVLKB, J. W. POWKLL, 11. It. BlfBV All!) A. K. Brevard. Jorlao.Kv. exchanges of Vicksbnrg, Natchez, land was inaugurated. In- will a.ll ihn to be raissil, New Orleans. Memphis, St. Louis, 1,000 out ofit. A. A. FA It IB, as a cm llilve to secure uiai man x W. A SHUCK, J. W." COW GILL. jrnn leresi oi urniieni in toe uwer oi l.ncy .,.. The Brlggi Trial. I'um-oHi- : rote If he is a m.Q without principle anil Cincinnati and Louiavillo to come ur iiAiirKK. lint believe that the Allebsrry, aubjset to her life rslsle, ml FbV negroes but Ignorant, by any means you can use. to the relief of the suffering col,1,lD .! of a graveyard rabbit kn,"u .inlo1 rnniaininu ili d"1,ljnnr l,. The Briggs trial has occupied The huckster was yelling Straw- eft hind-foBnlkcley was recently a candiitrrmm ored people, of the parish. Tho rviiriani ' tt token of good luck, and flic clelll ,.eri'i,f. of Ibe tracts m.Mlonr-- l In negroes are In dire distress by mnch space in the papers lately, date for the United States Seunta berries aud tho lady of the houso IS suner'tition is spreading among theNii onler .i.inel, so is to t.roiuce ih. sum reasou of the recent floods. and wo do hope and believe that and made a very good raco for it. bailed him. orn,. "Will you let me have three ' white race A firm in North Car-i- r j.ureue.e 'ooniereiio t,..sje. wlih up- price, Tins name "White City" is. the general public ia aa tired of it Only tho popularity and ability of quarts (or t0 cents .ii aba naked. lolina, winch makes a specialty of ,, , ,lir. tlftt,f given to the World's Fair buildings as tlio Courier. Dr. Briggs is a Ids opponent, Gen. Hawley. preWBr i&, xce, iniij,- us me ijy BF uas rccciven BMai lomi, rK.i P. ! ff Wausc of the universal white tliutl great Presbyterian preacher aud vented this rascal from getting her nut three boxes.B.iiu, iiiiiiuiug' rautm skiii ol such feet, an tinier of sal.iifrin- paid, ii.t.rrt from Ibe force and ha'inv unlit for 100,000 Yet a man who and effect of a Judnmeul. Hidden will l.s prevails. All the buildings arc; professor, and he is being tried the nomination. A.nd in "Tltcro aren't three quarts in wall a whitp concoction call- - for preaching the doctrine that aspired to represent his Stato them," alio said doubtfully, as Tub discovery of n tree In Bast prepared lo comply promptly with these leruis. is per- aim I'nvn l.lin thn liulf ilnllur declares that he thinks it Tennessee that talks is, prnhatily, WINT.3 ih! cffiit " it'll mil t2 m ml at nt niactnrl i) Bros, W. l. T.VYI.OII, tUe printed are not fectly legitimate to get n man's "And thero ain't f0 cents i something more than a newspaper of Pariaand cement, held toBetlier Masts r Commls. inner, FCC. MBU1CINKS, AND for word inspired. Why Is voto by any means one can use. he this half dollar, either," ...... retort- - aotisalion- -a lie; but it is oxplain-..- i Amnunt to be raited ii 3U0.78. by hair and flbrta. Not only i. ml liv tin, Mtntntnnut thnt snlintors .n.. i. Tbla May '5th, lS'J:i STATION BUY, it thai when a prencher cets so the buildings covered with staff, L I Q U O II H Have you tried Plantation Liver sa,no"and "c Urove are so placed thnt the passing .. . ..... .. ,....-!- ! if rjraaBL aaaaaaaaaaaaff(aaaaaffM I aje efU-but also tho classic groups of statu- big that ho wants to build up a Pills for habitual constipation i.JU81 lue 0,K; wil,a f.ailH0 a80rt of liriiculalIon I'AMil tiUUUBS I'iBEVllSSaafBBBBBW W . . . . I'OK ary. The statuary was linst mould- new denomination or sect that the They oro perfectly delightful n...l i"nt tlio curious internrci inio ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. SUN'DUIBS, mick'n wi:atiii:kfoujc.e. ed in clay and then covered with church people don't let him quiet- a sure enro. Price 25o. Sold by ccrtniu words. MKD1CAL ItATF.S BtaiT. Cowgi7T& Cowgill, Hickinau, Ky PAINTS, ly retire instead of giving him the Disturbances will dlanniicnr riantatlon Clilll Cnro Is guaran- " TO CIllCAtlU ANIt I UK T. T. Swnyne, USB. MunLENnKitG County, has the coveted notoriety by a great eastward by tho 3rd, leaving teed. If it don't cure go and get OILS, Gore Bro's., Cayce, Ky. use of a railway. Twenty venrs church trial. It is only Hie big pleasant weather behind. The your money back. Ask your mnr- Vftiav m-A. B. Brevard, Jordan, Kj'. ago the county bonded itself to guns in the churches thnt kick SPECIALTY. 7th and 8th will bring higher tern- oliniit nbout It. Price flOo. Sold by T(kti nw nniila fromllln to i'hlraco ant the extent of $400,000 so as to ' ruuinl til; rtlorn at the little FAITH TIItT KF.MOVF.H IIIIKVJIA. ',o.r.aV.,r0IMi,,', "t0rn8, Abonl the! "tJowgill Cowgill, Hickman, Ky .UU; untilfly fr th influtUr, imHi tnnllnn 18'Jl, i rrliirn Oct, get the use of a railway. The over tho traces, and all ,a Avcen HHH. until No 15, KM, lUuitiwUr thai the UnUl iv.u t it in T T Rvnrnn peoplo of the county have the preachers go to work to help ad(out tlmuiil Loo McClnnahnn, of Lovelace ively warm, which will increase Gore Bro's., Coyco. Ky. privilege of sending goods over vertise him. If Briggs fails to ville, who has been confined to his. during the lltli and ISth, or until KIIIKOAD IRON TIIKKOITril A. B. Brevard. Jordan, Ky. the railway, which was built main- build himself a new denomination, room for six weeks with a severo.ccneral storms, or inin, thunder wintrlnt nlr (hliitii without WainOror tie ly with the proceeds of their A of over $10,- - tour In rult lw uf lh anplna n "A tax on incomes ii OLD K3CI.ZABL12I" tho notoriety being given him will attack of rheumatism, went yes ami tv.ml FAdnir bonds. The railway Is not theirs, Btorins each iftoruoon anil even- 000," says tlio New York World, EXPOSITION BUILDINGS insuro crowded houses as a lec- terdny to see Or. Tom Hall, a faith ing for several days will likely oc-- i "will fall on those who receive but bolongs mainly to a wealthy at Kansas, Graves county Klin a Kplaadld .Slock of theofscry Leal sesktl corporation, Now the peoplo of turer, and he can coin money for doctor HI. of all kinds who treated him. He canto homo cur at this time running into tbo m0!,t protection from ihe Govern the county are infested with a a season or two. If, however, the yesterday evening, and this tnorii- disturbances nbout ...... 18th. Tlio 20th to.,t-tlieliiont and.. nro best ablo to bear its rl small army of United States Dep little preachers would quit abus- Ing went out HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &e. .rpuruons." And it may be added oh his farm perfectly' it.i. uty Marshals, who intend to forci41 f storm period.- w n SAIE.. AT T3S WW. UU intrM; wiiu uru him, pet Imps in two SflT he freo from pain. Mr. McOlanahan l SSth nl tlm regular r ., nniu(i are offtrtd al ONE 1'HICE, and that ll bly selzo property in tho county ing i:iinin in.iiiiiiiniiiriiii:ii. iiiuiuuiiiiinvi lo ....' bear them and have (Worta's Fair fl.ll'.n-J- II ljr I'Ul.snee.t one ofhia legs IiriI lr1it also I ...! ,.ii.,.. oi,,iniiJcast willing to the extent or 024,000 for inter- would be back in tbo traces, or been states that paining him for live years, n.n.. Ttry lowest lb market Jmlllsi. est on the bonds. This is a strik lelso subside into the ordinary and today Ib entirely free from and attnospherio perturbntiaiiBodgcil them most successfully i"i lr further r..rtlf'ilr., Ikkile, ele , rll Urielr a'ltre.a ,nur lur.l, r nmmi I 11.11, ing example of tho foolish way in walks of life , will bo natural. Urlght, pla8aiit."ereio,urc' All go)di (uaranleed lo bo at reprfstolrd pain. Ballard Yeoman. rgent. A.. A. II lA.VSll.V. (I. Tiiieii ii majority is nnoweit to days and nights will follow up to At last tho wnstcd energy of override tho peoplo of a county Thb ftMayfield Mirror says of tho Tiif. new Legislative redisrict- tho 18th. The month end warm xNiagara rails is to bo utilized. or town and saddle unlimited debt legislative race in The tunnel constructed at tho cost Mississippi Valley Route this district: ing bill lias gone into cftect without and stormy. upon the posterity of every fain i,f liofiplv f!fi nilllmii ilfillfipa ... lifiu 'Klnc. rTeryboly it so backward ibout an emergency clause, as its passage "; ily within its boundaries. v . ll..l..pj. Valley Ou ) incur. lnHOMr.rinxi ciniiis (Newport Ne. running for ibe Legislature In th counwas made imperative by the constilUSt bCCIl Completed, mill it IS PrO r Tear Ill.r....,nilr, ties of Fulion auJ llirkni'in, as one bav tution. Tint next legislature will KXCHAMGRM ITKANC iOI'T. If any of your friends are troubled' posed to transmit electric power, LOUISVILLE, ing an InchlsDtal Inlrrest In ihe with rheumatism hre tbtni read this. trenerated bv water passim? through of ihose counties, as well "U bo elected from the new districts. hVANSVILLB, Lyncl.hur, V., April 18, 1803. lie it ItcKotced, By the second i then In the Stale, we sujrjenl the name th0 tunnel fo Albany N. Y., and CINCINNATI, of lid. Walker an.l Ij, Shirks Tlly r The press of tho Stato is full of I deslr. lo lay that ci.iraherUln'a Pain intermediate cities, uud possibly to lcgihluture of tho State of Wyo- both familiar with Nt) AIL rOIKTS he affairs of their Halm ha. cured one of our citizens of rheu-- . ,r U n't ming that the possfhsion and exer- counties ami of the Mate, and In our encomiums for Ike Qtiigley, the mallaui ol Iwoy.ara slninllnK. Out) bnt ''01v lorKCdl. opinion a heiicr man than tidier on. of talented Representative from Mo cise of suUragc by tho women in DEAliKKS IN T"K Sabbatarians tiro not the hem not he Wyoming for tlio past quarter of a Fulloncuiilil lliekmsn. seleciel to represent Crackcu county. His nbillty ia ami We should Hk to It. It.nnwreooommen.is Falu Halm lo all only ones that want tlio Worlds MKMI'UfP, century lias wrought no harm, and see Ihsin both ruu," fnllv sustained by the way ho se Ida friends. K. 0. lleibig. co osnt boiti.i Fair g'atcs closed on Sunday. Huf-fo- r VIC'KSDUliO, has done great good in many ways cured a Judicial .District out of sale by C. A. Ilolcomle, drun-Ut- . n ,as ,jg hlow locatcd NF.W OltLHANS, fn0 Senator Hkniiy Gkobob, MuCrucken and Marshal counties, that it has largely aided in banishm' AND ALL I'OINTM just otitsiilo tho grounds, oircrs the ing crime, pauperism, and vice from whom nil who know woll know to leaving adjoining Districts with Ah long as tho railroads main- - commission $2,000 for every Sun- the State, and that without any vio- bo thoroughly hnnnrahlo and wor- doable Ihe amount of work to do. tain their ir"ent stiff rate, tho day thoy will keep the fair closed. lent or opprcsiivo legislation; that thy, has published a card which Tiik funeral cortege bearing the attendance nt the World's Fair will Last Sunday he had .l.'),000 people it Iras secured peaceful and orderly the CouutKit would print if It had remains of Jeflerson Duvis from bo small. Tho peoplo have an ' nt his show. Five hundred Clu- - HT. LOUIS, CAIRO, elections, good government and it. in which ho o respectfully asks a New Orleans to Richmond, Va., idea that the rates will come down' cairo saloons have also agreed to rertne1 prtesa. VTt CIIICAOO, We areotlertnf stl jrailss of Plain, M1lm anil Fine rurnltiir. a remarkable degree of civilization suspension of public opinion aa for llnal intermont, was rooeived after awhile, and they are probably pay Sf00 ench to tho commission carry full l"i t all ttmasnf chairs. Rooltorn, Toblos, OuroouB, Wnohntamla, points ni. aix nml public order. Wo point with una wo .uaranieo u about it. Wardrobes. Chnmtior 8nt, Mnttrnano., DorlnKU, Kto.. to keep the fair closed every Sun- prido to the fact that alter nearly to wliolesalo denunciations or the all through tho Southern towns not wrong prices to bu lb. lowest. Hit. us trial aud liu lonvlncrd. Trn. Hickman Courier tries to, rJTWt areheailijuartononUmlortahora' Oootla and rtlscouut all eoiopotltltrti la tble Jo years of women Miflrngu not present Legislature. Ho censures by sorrowing thousands. A quarConnecllnir at MemphU with through llns. Wo iMrry a largo lino ol Wocdcn an4 Uolalilu llunal CM.a, absentees largely, the now Con- ter of it country bus passed, but scare prospective candidates off by one county in Wyoming has a poor HMCkleu'M Arnirn SJulve. trilns to all olnts In aarBfjalrlna and jot. Work ipiclallj. house, that our jails nro almost stitutional requirements essential- Ihe peoplo of the South yot hold tilt fact that James Love declared Tils 1Ift Sl.v In the world for Cula, AIIKAN8AS A.ND TKXAS. acts nml for tho legislattircand the next week Brttlaei, Sorra, Ulcers, .Sill Itheutn. Kevcr In their hearts that their empty, and crime, except that com- ly, and eome individual perverse-nns- s deeds in civil war wore nil in hon- went cra.y and was sent to the asy- Soies, Tetter. ClMpcd Hindi, Chllblnln, Rites, Tickets, nnd alt Informatlnn will lie mitted by strangers in thn State, is specially, as tho cause of the or, and will be so hold from genCorns, and all Hkin Kruption., and furnished on nppliottlon lo your nearITOTJIl lum. But think how nuichajpjpr.su almost unknown; and as the result long session, but claims ticket agent. cuirPII. or m pay required. It that with eration to geiieintion, and that it would have been for the pour Is guaranteed to tjle perfect satisfaction, L. F. DAY, est of experience we urge every civil- all this, much good, important this is porfeotly consistent with T. II. LYNCH, er money refunded. Price 'ili cent ized community on tlio earth to Trafflo M'nr, and indispensable work has bcon present loyalty and devotion to fellow if lie hud waited to bu elect- or As't den, Past. Ag't box. For sale by C. A. llolcoii.be, Drug-lied. l'aducali Standard. iU women without tlelav. douc. LOUISVILLE, KY. of our fathers. the Uuiou (,r lending ;.i ., ,. and Homo-- , , $l a, ,, """., - families and sweethearts, living s-.s S ; ill-l- - -- In ,... ..- mr, .. J; Jntmnsthad & JJij, "'Sfi l. I - '''""''.''V, !- ft'i.tST' SxnffiC:i f' "J ,,, .,, V'V' .'. t..r. . v Al; m m m m 'J J II II II V J 1 11 - Hi M ' ' M m & : "Z. Samse ... a,.,..:, Sf IT- ui.n.rpi.'e.i. It nll the wants of nery J.l7 EnJ' It is lair ."'m,"r ! IV A"TVT ",' S l . ! ' "'."',..' ",'.." ,.., . v ., .... , ..v.. "' iKlli:: K'Sl!.".;.": t'LltW, W Mo.,-..Qu,.k I well-knowtreat-uniou- VA V nt lerral-nal- rj Stifle iUllI FllllCy Gl'OCCMCS, C. 111 . i ""'' '''; grant-coveriime- ! u. - .- M. B. S ..B2K'arBT: Shaw, I?BE !::.. "", 01 - i . J ",,.,. i,;0i Staple and Faacj GrocQrieBf i ZZ S$ Sf3 J! z:F'r:!:xi I - - I " 1 . ngi-n- sixty-uire- e I I I .,. ...,.. ,,,, '" I 1 (TV. I k- J.I. - mSsm l i tims iM wmm katnml bank, " . . --- CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIBBCTOE-St J 4 1 ... ... -- i . 11 t. OPTICEILS rr.. , rl A - ,.. l.v.i-- a at ....... ., I.es5'5i:t' -- VlICKMAN WAGON CO a . - i ihiuuo . lliilK-.""- " -"-- ., CI i .'..... pnoi-irtll- . .... TT" . ,.. J. .iii -- Norih-we.lrr- n r,.vo...i;. I E?1lW J man-Ilinii- a J '''' Il I J iw I clrciiui-ianre- - tt&vjJi mCIOfAM WAdOK o til , - i ... ....., J Vi .'" M?'-nmI 1 n-- il L II C'KT lv lilNTtTCKY. , -- I a a . a a ,. 1 . - '"" g-glCHM- AlT I 1 .. 1 I I I WSltrir. "'rtTX WXlX .Yon-!..-w v:.:":?., ifc .,.. I aidbM! 1-- W w ,. !; 11 1 1 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. I J ' , ! '- .- i. J. "i"' - s'',.: '" .ii.a J "ilPaill t'l rw 'w', h foar-flfl- U Cailltal S40 000.00. - I J r:'" f'1. ' T DIBBCTOK 1 I ot i ! ! "" - ,.',,,, 1 f. SWATHB, Dealer aVJaaamaaaKTV bbbbbIubbbbI bbbT aV-4aUbbbT ""M "nl . l -- I I ... af BBBBBK I Hi:illt:i 1 - mraJ l .' rRESCRIITIONS ! ua a,v ii I . B. BRESVAKD r - Dal ,o"rj' ,i. 'ji ... Kogular Stops 11. I I1 Chlras-u- Roolins: FURNXTURE. bl Specialty ! FURNITURE. & Frl-ni- l.. I roprt-(tulatl- I I I STEPHENS TYLEK, j. l::l I !1:Varne-?,VcUe?a,.erof,l- -- TO- '" FiirniturcanRMaki ntR-eat- lr mm i -- , ISTorth and "Weist. A a poll-tlre- lr BBING JOB WORK TO THB t. COURIER ... - . OFFICE. - .n v. IK i tVtfl'' -- ,. ?" i - ' U 1- - . . .... ai fl MaTaaWBlBBBBlaa'aBBBBBBBl " tof. " -- . "B.- - nt l'roteinin, Ohlou eouuty, tnnde nn nHsi(iiiiiciit Inst week. fta Are you looking for chenp coods I If you mo po to rw n. o. amiikko's. Tlio rorcnt ruins wero very heavy over parts of this statu and ToniiQXHCc, hut appear to have r-- r F.hlor Countn LADIlZMlAXDK'FS, On IhutS'Ujr, llie U3lh nil., jronr eorres pomltnl wi forliinxle enough lo i.ae 18c. r. .'lo. vj'-wlabinhiim In Fullon, snJ, ticlriK llitrf, at lemlcil I tie memorial nrtlcc st llir oil; Alio, Sncceiior to J. II. K(ingr, In cemrtcry, the clllt'nn liming ilccllcd lo ua ulsrrte llinl tiny nn Decoration Dtjr, LADIES SHOES, tmo-- t A Urge critnil, consUtlnx of vtrj cltln from the town snd Mirrouml 08c. iemtiled nt llm cemftf rjr t Inu country. A full line of OPTICAL GOODS. 1(1 o'clock, a m Tlio mli'icsi ii mde OK OTHKIl lit Mr J 0. Flniirnoj, ntl wim eiiicrlnln Repair's Fine Watches'a Specialty I ri fc na nrtl na impretlve. Ho " 'ollow. i ;;.&' i ril bjr th puitors nf nil t lie clmrc'iea in . CHILDREN'S SUITS, hams, Work Guaranteed, nnd Goods ihort ifilrsss The entire projjranim wan cnrriil out In very olrinn nml 7c. Kfiiigci'a Old Stand, Clinton Street, nntceil ua Jttiueseiitetl. manner, and elitvilil reflect credit a zkmm-xjjkon Ihn'ft who ptrtloipaieil in It, urn. The erax- - it I lice who liml frlendi living In lio town nnd c.unlry who were M.VAW TOWELS, In ntleiidanee, wre heanllfiilly decorated. G-rooo- r. In many eaten, where the ileceaeed had numerous friend and relatives prraenl, 8Je. fie. TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. I tip nfTtrJngi of flowera were 10 profu-- e bi to literally cover the grave tinder a tied lPWIHWJgl ef rose; but one lliloj overlooked by the nooJ people of tliut vlutnlly, LADIES VESTS, AT MENS SUMMER nhlck Hie MrPer contd not help bat thai whilrt Ihe graves notice, and dial c. UNDERSHIRTS, of Ihoxe hiving frlende here welo o libIinvo tlio mo-- i onuiiiloto nnd ' In erally decorated, ihere were iinny grivea ciinfiillv selected line of to be of ihoae who were eo unfortunate 25c. unknown, or who bat no frlendi living ARD DRBfiS,KED!CIHES, In Hie community, thnl were entirely IIRO H'iV DOMESTIC, Inatancea (TCH many neileclrd. In lhe-- e gran were wjihoul a flower or any Al-i- i, n full linu of Ilridlcs, Collar.-.-, In IIickr.ir.il. Collar 'mis, r,c. MEN'S BLUE Inken of remembrance wliaiever. One SHOE AND Cliook Lines, llretvliing, Iliunos, Truces, Ac can well Imagine Low lonely tkeie grsvee A jjocxl M't of lltiggy Huriicn . 50.00 looked, often being in immediate proximifJXDIUOZ SUITS, ty lo others profusely decorated. A good Saddle 'i.fiO The writer, havlnu o recently attend 87.05. fit) TA1U.K LhVEX, Riding Itrill4 " C. C. C. Ccrtnln Chill Cnrc" t H Alt It 1 1. at lb decorating of the grave tn the .. till, i I..I i ' ptcnannt to tntto mid tmrmlets. Itlekman cniiierr, "where na gratee were l!y ngl'rtcil, no matter wlirllur their ssa" 2fic. LEDFORD-IlRYAJi- r-In 2fi Collar I'mN . thle elly, on Cttttdrcn like It. fitiarantccd were even known nr nol, he could to euro Clillls nnd Fever. JLargo IVeJnesday ve. ,1lt nil , al the resiI f you want n good Iujgy, "eo ntc before you liny. bf" MEN'S SO uot help nodclng ihle diTerenoe and, In dence of the bride' father, by Rev W. U. bottles CO- .. apraklnir of ll here. all klnino-Foraileby (J. A. IIotcoBr, Dnijglfl. Waters, Mr T. A Led ford and Miss The of Decoration Day te a IlITE SHI UTS, XA I'KIXS, Pearl llryont. iieauuini ctifttom. ll ll horn or a tnoal The bride li Iba beautiful jounjdaugb. we .17 Jc. cnaritaiiie efltii, ami In It 25c (lo7. hould remember that we all belong to Hie ter of Mr. D, II. Dryanl, only (merging Ingreat Ilrntheruood of Man, and, aa ueh. to society, bright, joyous nnd lovinr, wiib JC--3I Advertising Is tlio host mid Tnlslv. iruilroiMl l every one la our tirollier. Of course, (he happy temperament, and eyery promlae rpilckost way to public favor. (Sarmaors te l.TIIioa Broa.) vrriler doea not wiph tu be underalool na n., o. & at. u. it. alining In Ihe lent lo reflect on the good of realizing the pre clou- - jewel of a nob'e A young mini with pushing I . t.i uu:imm County Clerk Taylor issued people of Fulton; but, under the eirrura womanhood, and the bride groom a worthy, A party of Illckinnnites, cnn- Oliver Mnlinn wns awardod I Train . .I TmI V. jj, rf I i Id r (iiiilltioH can nlwnys get someway in competent and M lull a. young man, Mr. nml .Mrs. J. T. Sto Tr .III nt license, this week tn Mr. Chns. N. hUiicc, could but admire ll.lM n .(. the thing to ln oven If it is nothing slstlngof and Mrs. W. II. Halt-7e- juilgmeiit In$1,000 circuit courtIII! Miller to mnrry Miss Aunotto S. which Hie manager- - of theliDecoration juell.y enjoying ihe c 'I'bii roa, iiinkfn elo-- connection with ngninst the phens. Mr. and ronfllence Clinton for - I.. At N Day rereiannlei In Hickman look care by lawn-- i tinnl MeKrnil going nnnli, inJ better than engineering a nr .May ilia cholera! hle-nMr. nnd Mrs. I). 11. Hrynnt, nois Centr.il K.iilrond compnuv liny. appointing coninilileee eipeeially for that of all. ollh Ire N. N .V M V i I'edurab June-Ma- n mower. Heaven attrn them through life, nuking mid Mr. nnd Mrs. W. O. Johnson, for tho loss of his log. Miilmn purpote, In see that no graves were ngrlli in I ilia Nenberu a ceo in . galug While out hunting In Trigg Jiog day of their married and the part taken by the different eachtheencctf lirolaHan going xhiIIi. ftir Aro you looKing for tlio best will leavo to morrow night for was n telegraph operator and re- county, last week n farmer nnmed' life happim, and extending lo a joyare, go Cliirngo to lnko In tlio World's ceived his injuries about eightoou Illoomlield accidontly shot n little wrurri 01 our t iwn went tar inwaru ion ous aud rMsperoi1 old age. inslily of goods t If joii YlilTOR from JIickmax, Fair. months ngo while attending to his colored girl in tho neck, inflicting rrault. to II. O. AMliKiid'H. (MUD UP Til AS lit. duties In the switch yard nt Ar- a fntni wound. Tlio Democrats of Fulton Slg. Verona's marine show Is your life worth 50 cents T hlhlted in Hickman last Saturday. county are called to moot In mass lington. pprelatb- - kindnea I lake lh Dumb IJIlill; Ague: Congestive fiver A general interest in tho nn. Oh rite u ihr girl who levee her heme), - I Iinvo tho Inrgost stock of The. itttondHiieo was stnnll, owing convention at the court house, in Chill; Death. This is the CVolu- until better preaenla ilae'f. of Total Assets of Companies Sspressal'l r car mi) came, this eitr. to morrow, -' o'clock, p. I.ndies nnd Misses Oxford Ties, pointment of n collector for thisj Hon of that inr.Iaiilll Chilly SOtlSH - relnrnlnc lhauVa for all ltenlln ehown, to the heavy rain which continued clrl ib III)- while cellar and ruffs, Internal Revenue. District pro-- tlon. Stop it iii time. Plantation w,,l,"f 'Sl'lTL in., tn consider matters pertniniug which will not fail to givo satisall day mid night. , Ami I lie girl who can haiult a broom. long IMiia an earth 01 vnils In this section because of the 01:11 to tho welfare of tlio party in this faction. Try them. Cute will do it, or it will cost foude.t 'I ho mooting nt tlio llnptist prominent candidacy and grent county. Lot there bo u full atOflflw II. C. AMI1KIUJ. lioiic, my only child. The ti or l ilslng again. Church is in progress, mid much tendance. favoritism for Judge Handle. It you nothing. Sold by Mks AntuE I Jofit. OFFICE OVEIi HICKMAN BANK1, Cnwgill iVCowgill. Hickman, Ky -- There Is n great huo nnd cry will not he made before Saturday Tho tltno tn ndvcrtlsn Is nil interest iiuiuifrsled. Kid. Hull Is look When preaching a series of interesting at the electricyou stnnil out toeatcli tliroiiiluiu tlir fon ii I rr afalniit r or one day next week.. T. T. Swayno, tho tiinr. lights you will to tfio HICKMAN. tHr McGiiily never went KENTUCKY. sermons. Invited. Gore Uro's., Caycc, Ky. cold, do to Cou gill's DmgStoro Iho MorM't FairI ona.Ibuinlny, 9nilienof bottom of the well, ns reported. I loop tlio very Intent stylo l(iAiion.l In Tho f.iet that largo sections n fiulillnni rsli lln A. H. Ilrevnid, Jordan, Ivy. U2r Farmers nnd mnehlno men and buy n bottle of byrup of Tar He only stepped down to Cow-gill'- s it Thi. right. And yft of the overflowed territory in tlio 11. C. A.Miir.iKi. Straw lints. will find the best quality of HOTEL, or lhi and Wild jnerry, or soma ouier; ihon-nu- j. innip protlora Drug Storo and got bottom South nre nppoaling for help, nnd Illlll IS TIIINT -- Mr. I.ro Wise, or tho Olitnu 'Icii-i- l peiltlona imVine ll" (iovf ratnf nt this snd Dlls.for mowers thresh goad cough medicine. prices on Paints, Oils. Glass, etc. I.SSTAUEA1TT, LUHCHCOUNTSB, condition nlmost yearly, lo li?e mill clrrki rim nn all lit- rail is At llctnocint, was In tho city Satur- ors, engines, iSio. ohonp, nt such tho best proof of tho enmt UM'tdleaal 120 towns and citlea In the Tlioy keep a full lino of .n" I Councilman Witting, in chnrgo ronnnmlio hue itiepntt ,j. n day . V''P nwty T. T. .SwAY.M.V. 5.r i)o nocossity of levoosjand this from ing evtahliahmenia hf water worka,i),,i goods pri and and, 'nfthe street brlgnde, has been in ,l,e or ih holof Sundj. Mhcre lsnds Counter open day and night. Meals at A bichloride of gold euro the richest in the world. It) It Is aaul, the eon.iieneT nl llieni, from the prof A Now York doctor recently grading I'roy Avenuo from tlio iU all boura. tloird and Itdglng $,1.00 per a I'oiTi.in .mmjizim:. j lt derived front the commercial am mil has bron established at umrilcd n lady "fl yenrsof auo un- (ollego menus levees, or depopulation. eek. Diy Iniar.l $2 &l per week. Meal in tho corporation line, Tho Mutual Lil'o rnsurnnec iiiCHiide-cellghla and wutr fiiriiialird a. f.od;lng - renla. Pittis, Tenn. der tho Impression t lint slio wax this week. This work, when Felter'a Southern Mgatlne (Feller & 25 cent or New York Is tho are enabled lo pay all of ihe KUQE-NWlsoll anything in my store coiiaunirrseapenaea UA'rrs, Manage. Co. , Louisville, Ky.) liuah 1'iihll-liln- g nt Itnck Urns from .'10. It was a ruse of skim milk rtv Clocks will ndd much to tho of the plants and fur largest nnd best Compnny In as rlienp hs tho cheapest. I sell rtinnlni; The June nunler nf ibia pubicalnn irnp(ucrnilingns erontn. 7.1c up. New Mock. 2 10 pearanco of this, already pretty, ti... United States. Tiio Coninnny Ilia liu nil.. 111.' tl.nl ...... I.n l.n.i nl.lll niili the strel Jlal.H aod waier fur fire 1,(,I.U Ifl'Ullt purpo-e- a without any coil to the credit ii on the B'Uilh, and olfera a .U.CTl..l,t, lis now issuing to the insuring pub- - mid I sell tho tlllll Mr. W. II Itnndlo, fortnerlv n tlironghfare. Intcst stylos the feaat for the lover of good reading The Homo Union City bicyclists Kx. mbracs poeina by John Kontuokv Lodge, K. of II., He n policy comprising advnntngeB market adonis. H. C. Amiibkg. lire talking or making the trip to postal rlorlt on tlio N, C. & Si. (. lhcsnme thing can be done iu Ij table ni cihlenta TfXM. j (Diaiiey, P8J UniUr nf this World's Fair on their wheels. liidlrcad, from Nashiillo to Illek-- ' w meet in" regulur' session to never before offered. For full Many men snv they would Ilicktnmi, ton, if everybody will of heiniiek-- : Walter Ma lone, f Teiinea. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tins tioon appointed snper- 'I'lio election of olllcors fori formation about these policies, eubrrire for their home papr, but that j tl ot iventucky: aee; Jama Tlio now charter prnt I1 Hint intendent of Hie mulls nt Nash- relin ensuing term will occur at this e:U on H. It. Ki.mhon. agent. - tn nad. It ia nol go to work nnd lend a helping Aubrey Harwell, of Alabama; Kssays by HICKMAN, ; : ; : they haven't ihe ihnKENTUCKT. no person shall voto in rlty Hoc Villi". IT you don't wnnt to use Calvin S rlrowii, of Tennessee; J on'e .nieotlng. 'll.oso ilfsiring onico A clerk In n dry goods store iu a gO'id thing In take loo many pajtera and , hand. lloiid who hit not pnld his poll My stock of .MOIIS I nsiom- - WIMllll !( WOII lO IllllliC ll IIOIU Ol .i.t, try to read them nI; but our observation! either wnter or lights, for the love Smith, of Kentucky; Calvin Gale Hump, Utfcre bla profe.siona.1 aervices to the peoDriT morollm? .,l,u ' i : w. tMX. . e..t of Tennea-ep- , and Mary Warham Forter, ect that Hid farmer ple of Hickman and vicinity. mnde Shoes are tho very best, and th .in r iiu;i. iiiii iiiit'iiiiaiiuu ..ti lo tlilnklnc of blcrclfn linn Ihr rhot butt- - Is to loe elllak.a a few (.onlpap-r-nr tner- - you hear jour town, don't cry of Kentucky. The etori-aar- e by Madiann ORice. cor. of Jack-o- n a - Oo In .!. W. HliniiKl"", for will Bimriiiilca .ilUrniMtori". and and Kentucky 8l's r, ne.a, grenlty aetonlelied a Ldv ou.lomfft?hnl. "bo mcinlicrs Is ilcrircil a. 1 aa well or heifer than such things down, hnt go to work Caweln, or Kentucky; ,! Himp.tmtlii mill Itntx, I'liiiizTiick 11. C. AitliF.iMl. pair of read. Il,m. llm i.tl.-- r d.iv, by hanHIng her I George Griffith Feller, of of Alahima, and 1 nave lime 10 rean. After rloiiiiiiiir vour back alme., "Ilila la an (liford nia n.Cii.ers l:lil lo Kc and help mako them successful. Kenlueky. Angelc irippen wrilea enterThe Kentnrky Press Associn - ! premises sprinkle urouiiil tlmtn it IMunihln, fifiv ulne inch, nfekej-nlate- d " l""i'e.o..- - ...,,, " tainingly or the great Columbian Expog but Ihe Ihrlfly. enjoying the little orudo carbolic ucid. As mi aboe, llh pu'eumatlc-turnewill liojrln on Hon members OTLEY eolfa, ball- - nollhe rich Wlimt -, sition. Every writer in thla numher Is a and find time ni'ii.n i.evi'.kn. nppen, warranted lo wear for Uloue one- lake nevvap-per- a or nliout tlio Idtli or l.'tli iustV. World's Falrthis week. Thestrln-jinfrctan- t it has no sujierior nnd Southerner, snd their work compares Ma) field Mirror. Hi lo read idem. fifiren In 'point of Interest, with the Tito two levfto districts of this porlinpn n ilny or two Inter tlmn policy of money nnd business pre- - costs but n trillo. Crude carbolio poun la nilUa an bnnr and only llwelghaav. PHYSICIAN AND SUHGEON, t " w Ikiul for Brir Ladies, vented the Cornier from enjoying ueid can bn procured nt any drug rral miiiiilia beforeahlpm-ntlnn't wear your- county nre now thoroughly organ- best of the Eastern rnagatlnes. umml. why Ills he this outing, by running nn old, ized and tlio directors of each of storo and n tew tahlespoouruls In fair looked at htm eo hard, and selves out HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Mml of tlio men who wor Call nt Cowgill's them uppeared before the county Ibat was not the lienvy Maohiitp. A Gootl Woman Dcttil. Win. Ilnytics, (col.) who killed n bucket ol' water, well sprinkled, left the amire declaring looking Imruoil out tit Wiit er Vnlloy a fow hoe ehe "al kind of for. Drug Storo and got a office nljolnlrjg Jndge contt ttiis week to securoan order wookn iiro nro propnrliiB to nnolher negro nt Moscow, some will answer tlio purpose. office. "New IIoiiio." the best ma- that an assessment might bo inado 3 25 92 The community i ajain bowed In deep time last a car, was, at the recent s chine in the mnrket. upon tho of tho dis- sorrow over tb death of a truly good woterm of the circuit court for lliokWSfAro ;ou looking for tlio tricts by the assessor this fall. It man. Miea Kale A. Kuchanan, sinter of A preaclipr in Jersey City. V is expected Hint plans will be so Mr. Henry Buchanan, died, nl the reaU Intoot Htjlo nooiU f If you nro, mnn county, sentenced to the for life. J., has started a criiRiile against far perfected H. (J. A Milium 'H. Co to that use may be deuce of her brother, Monday night leal, tlio use nf candy, nnd has warned mnde ATTBRNEY-AT-LAOar Wo will give yon 2." per of the assessment to raise afler an illness of several weeks. The An rtolinuce ny tlint hnlf cent, tlio parents in his enngrogntioni funds for tho from catalogue discount construction of n deceased waa a native of llulTalo, N. V., Hickman, tlin ti inn who n n in. in In considerKentucky. Against lettinc their children cat tlinrnitirli nvatAin ,r lorauD iidvll. ed liml nl he.irt it in hfn liver In prices on Wntclies, Jewelry, tip, " . ' bad made her lor some year e" it. Ho sn,K that tlio Prohibition-ht- s IIUOIC llltos. Mend. should Inscribe on their ban-hit- s your. wiiaricsion (,.110.; ucinocrai., homea in Jlfckmnn the lb her brother She nf law, 5 20 the Old Iteliablo. was Methodist Church, a HAVINd reanmed ihe member of Ida prompt and undivided ... UM. MrlilKO Commissioner Jnn. W. "Abstinence from eandv." as 1 r.nipr !111 .l. fninii. lur n Hr.PKnsKNTATtvu Uaily of Tex-ns- , .....I.-"'i Stnto Superintendent Smith, well ns rum and tobacco. Ho Mh.M'b snys Hint tlio Mini Crook ive worker In all movements for religion-- , attention to businesa entrusted to his car. Succeeds Like will longer bo tho Inrntfc une... that thousands nf children est man no congress." That "young- and benevolent pnrpoa's. Quiet, was lirlili' will ho rained lilli of Tenn., Iins decided to City, n in distincState Instltuto at Union life al ilio annually of confectionery tion will bo vested hereafter in sumlng, gentle aa a fluid, her nnd devoted witer iiinik. all llmea singularly unrelftah L'Oth, midlist one Juno diseases. lo kind words, good work and good deeds. Thomas Settle, of North Carolina, week, provided the eiiiinty will f,:inisi v ttiiaiTN' Only words of love an I pralae will be held ll 'UO .IHI).) 0 Mr. Gpo. Knot,--, of the firm of who is 2S. If'J 111 cniitiuuo it one week loi.grr. in memory of licr. for such she gave anil Office over Hickman lUnk. Ki)pil1!v, pun UIIWOJJI 'U.MIJ1 '1.iiiH Hack Hros., of this city, who. by The annual convention of tho such will abe receive, and such Is her reTlio Obion County Teachers' Wo nro rendering, daily, tlcfinitions to Unit ii Mho opi'Jft oiit. jiitt I tho way, is somewhat nf an elec- Kentucky Christian Sunday school ward in the world beyond. "Blesaed are Jl"! will convene at IIoiu-honAssociation HICKMAN, KY. trical genius, hns constructed an association will bo held nt Rich- Ihe pure in heart for they shall see fiodj" tO'dav, nnd will remain in trui.sm. Miss I Hid eon SiiiiiiiIt.s, of incandescent dynamo having ca- mond, Juno 20th, 21st nnd 22nd. and surely ber life was truly within that Will a'tend promptly lo all bttslnesa fa lliokmnn, Is visiting Iht niiclo, session two days. The Associapromise. mcliH-'OIrnaled Iu hla care. pacity of eight lights of IC candle All churches nml Sunday-school- s Mn. O. W. Hnunilors, in thin city. tion will adjourn to Iteclfmil Lnko pnwor ench.. It will bo used for of llio "denomination nre asked to to morrow to enjoy a fish fry. Mn field Mirror. plating purposes, nnd not for fur- send doiegntes. Send your iinma T0 S,': Mil WK HAVE S3r Cntnlngun prices on Wntch. It. W Hnrrlnnn & Co.. doiiiR nishing light. Ho hns also con- to W. F. Smith. Richmond, Ken- When in Hickman, to call on J. n ci'iiorul inorehiiiiiliso luminous esnuil Jnwclry. Call mid esumino structed a water motor with which tucky, nnd you will nssiguod a introducer and Attorziosr-at-Zia- r HAY, OATS, COHHT, ?rc"Tai.a(C-"-j- "i Decoration Day ut. Fnltou. LADIES SLIPPERS, J1 && S 891! m M 'fp o T& u I ; V BRAN, LIME. CEMENT, m'ss licos, HUNDREDS Books, Station cry, &c. Gnr w- - M?li s. hxaxsqets OastL at a no heavy shirting, Bargains THE FAMOUS dry noons, CLOTHING T ir"grvaE war s I Buggies ! Saddles ! Harness I BUGGY HARNESS AND SADDLES an w, THE OLD ESLI ABLE. OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Dcnlcr P1IHB DYE-ST0FF- 3, '! Cash Store PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. sn SMITH, ELLISON & k i -- ' ocoii-pan- le ji 1. cent. Tiiut' l. SSIISS '& -- B. Ellison, Life, Accident, ui . r. rpet INSURANCE! Fire, Tornado, &c. 1 ' LOUJLL NKYS. j. ') !! liil" d, '- 1 ,,,! . ,oii.ri 1 $210,000,000.00. r tir Hcrbod) i ).Ki,t uii hif "HICKMAN - 1. int com-lcoiiipn- tSr E t" DR. L P. BALT2ER, niht. ,, lo-n- oTw ,, . 1 . t, .i. i,i,,ole '. get-01- I luirTt '"", d oi-e- Indua-farin- to Dr. L. PINDAR, rr light-run-nln- g l. King-man- 'a pon-itcntln- 0. L. HANDLE THE CASH SHOE ST011E Success!' " ""jnitt rst Z.1.-..- ulou "Noting ..l ! ns-sor- B. T. DAVIS, Attorney - at - L? w, 1 1 k hR5 be suns, my stock nnd get my prices before buying elsewhere. .1. W. STKAumiAN'fi. 1:2 1 -- Tho We arc Wf7m7 tliem. "Low for Guhl" is proposition to of that comity eroct a .?2.",0()ll court house. &r I will sell Hox Paper nt rost for tho next (SO days, in order to reduce stock. 1 lioiiu henle8t in ArkniiHiis. Tlio Cnllowny county court of rlnitiiB has suhmittcd to tlio voters liurglnrics, cnininltteii thcro the pnst week, to tlio circuR which was thoro week he fore Inst. Miss Netllo Ilortweok loft Saturday for Ulifcnpn to visit lior enusiii, Sirs. A. W. Hwnuitii. She will bo nliNcut Buveral weeks. t& Itiniler Twino uuil Oil, nt Alpuku MoIiANtr.L's. rV2 Tlio citizens of Union City have tnisoil s1 10,0011 tn secure tlio location of n I'rosliytnrinn uoIIoko for .youiiR Indies .'it tlmt place. Mr. Henry Winter, ex.Miiyor of Cairo, Ills., nml one of tlio oldest uuil most esteemed citizens of that city, died on tlio IIUli tilt. have tho latest stylos in ttd- -l Neolcweur, SuBpoiidors, Half IIoso Ilunilkercliiefs, bhirta, &u. II. U. AMlir.lKi. plrl Rrrtiliwtrs will liavo Sweet chargo of this wliolo country for tlio next few weeks nml thoro will bo room for but littlo olso. Messrs. Waul o Cook have sold tlio Fulton (Iraphio to Mr. TIlOS. Mllhail, Of ClilltOII, SOU of Uov. Mulitin, Haptist minister. .r.,ri-.r11 l!l J. W. STRAUaitAK. Tlio Kiiltoiiinn Inys n lot of I first trip thrnnsli lv our motto. 'Uonieiubor that! wster from Lonlsvlllo nnd wny points tn Chattanooga, Tenn., up Tennessee river, will be niatlo SAISTT3EKS & In few tlnys, and n grent celebration is in order all nloiiL' tlio route. Tlio Stulihe litternry Society will meet ill Stnbbs' School liouso tomorrow night, tho Inclement weather of Inst Friday night preventing tho Society meeting ut its regulur time. Everybody iuvitud to attend. A littlo daughter of Mr. I). A. Mr. Geo. Warren, recently apTlio Muhlenberg county rail- Oeorgo, of Union City, wns ter rot lav. war haa been aetlled for the pointed postmaster at thin place, illily burned ouo day Inst week. The county court, after 1 meeting took chargo of tho olllco yesterIt is believed Hint hIio wns play- which waa alien lei by 2,000 people, lev day. Miss Sadio Amborg, the poping with matches nml sot file, in led an naaraament of $t on Ihe SlO'l to pay ular assistant under the retiring case of and the Iter clothing. Wo hope sho uin Cilliena' National roela in the llvanavlllthe postmaster, will lie retained in Hank of recovor. Mr. J. T. Stephens The properly aelie.l will be returned and Hint position. Mr. Jno. W. Cowgill, wife and the hepilly .Marthala will be nltlidriwn. lias given tlio public excellent serdniightor leavo Sunday night for "This blgli water is nf great vice, and retires witli tho good .Milwaukee, wis., where Mr. (1, In. unlit to tho nshormon.'' said a will of all except politically. goes iih it delegnto to tho Supreme 'discinlo of tho rod nnd lino to JaTThls i.i Lod! 0 Knights of Honor. Thev tlio Jouricr reporter this week. mid if you need n new Carwill also stop over at the World's When it noes down It will leavo pet, Oil Cloth, or Matting you ! air In Chicago. oveiy lake and bayou stocked with hhniilil emtio uuil soo tho largo now supply of gnnio fish, and stock I huvniii this Hue. Tho low sssriinn, every littlo pond by tfe rond aide prices will astonish you. UUSSRTnnd II. C. AMllKItO. TAN Shoo Polish, will swarm with minnows. ATT,,K CASH SHOE rir Whon the water works nro A boy wns 01100 sont to marSTORE, iu operation everybody should ket with a sack nf masting ears SAmiKltrl & ItlOK. bath. Cowgill oc Cnwgill mill after lingering around town itako Tho Athletic club of Union keep nice Sonps, Sjiouges, Toilet all day eamo homo without selling will cross bats with tho Van-- , Wutets, besides a full liuo of Ex them. When his mother asked City,,,. ,..,. .. ,..!, . ijii nn tracts anil Odors. t oruiii emu 01 iiiisiiviiiu.nl him why ho bad not sold tlio corn . City, 011 Friday and Saturday, Kith emont is nu font look- - ho said 110 nno had nskod III ' uuil 17th lust's. These games will, ,n(t naollditllon nf the regulur what ho had his sack. Thoro no (uniui, (iiuvu iiiiui voting 10 lllOiand reo Will lUplUta of tho world. nro a good many merchants liko allehlgau hue taken tlio Initiative in the lovers 01 Dana nail this littlo boy. They have plenty matter. A ennferenco waa recently held Tlio Priticoton llanner says in Jackson, Mich., nnd ihe report of a of good goods for sale, bm they that "Wild Hill" Hvaifs is blamed ' committee adopted aa the baela of union, fail to tell you what they Iinvo by many for tlio failure of tho It liiclud-- s the nhindonineal of Ihe doc- - In their sacks. If you expect to respoiialblllly nf ell anything In thin tlav and ago ; and fro iitio sis 10 onrry me 0 ec- - ' """"" freedomthe dootrnea of ", placo two weeks niro. ."'" acceti'aiiLe ofLi tiou at that .. 1. ,it...t.i.-- J of tho world, you must open your Ills SpOOCll, it is Sllill, illll vIoleiICO ,'eieneralion, and invltnllon In partake sack mid koop shouting tlio merits of your stouk in (ratio. to tho cuuso he reprosontoil. 0f the Lord a eupper tu bo oialtied.-i:- -,. RICH:. TnE CASH SHOE STORE rea-en- J son-so- I l. jiiil-rar- nt houso-cleaiiln- 11 11 T ! , "J 111 111 I I I 1 1 NOONAN, the be to run Hie dynamo, lloth of theso good home. only successful manipulator of machines show rare mechanical enso in the artistic Aristo Photograph in In tlio Sunday-closinskill, nnd reilect much credit on They are suthe Illinois Stnto Court, at Chica Western Kentucky. our young friend. go Judge Stein, M outlay, issued a perior to anything ever made iu KB" Mr stock of Men's, Boys temporary injunction restraining that line. ami Youths' Clothing is larger and tlio Kxpnsition directory from Pain In Stomach nnd Rowels nf hotter tuality, stylo nnd (It than ' oltwiing the World's Fair on Sun- Purging, Cramps Smnnior Coin I ever bought, and I will moot any' days, holding that Congress iu plaint and other diseases of tlio competition in prices. tho act creating tlio Exposition Stomach and Jtowels cannot exist II. 0. AMlJKRa. fi5 5w provided that 110 regulations con- when Plantation Diarrhcca Mixflicting with the Stnte law should ture is used, ll'sgunraiiteed. Sold tieTjio Chief of tho ChicnL'O tccteo force rus nit visitors to bo enforced, anil Hint under the by Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickmau Ky " thoJIVlr to addiess no stranger Illinois statutes Jackson Piirk T. T. S wayne, thrown open to the pubGoro Brq-- i Cnyce, Ky. anil'nllovr nn stranger to address would bo day lic every tlio week. in you." Ho further adds that the A. E. lUevard. Jordan, Ky. price of safety in that city is to HUu tn take C. C. C. Children keop your mouth shut in the pres- Crriuln Chill Cure," tlic plcnt-iiGood Looks. ence of those you do not know. and Kiiuruntvcd euro for Ague uuU Muliiriu. Good look are moro than skin deep, Tlio sharpest, shrewdest confi- rover, depending upon a healllv condition of nil dence men In tho world nro now I'rlco SObyt'ls. C. A. For sale Druggist the vital orna. Jf the Liver he in ad Ive, at the World's Fnlrj sharp enough you have a Unions Look, if your etomach to fool tho nverngo Chicngonu. disordered, on p.v.prpiio Uuk, Mavfleld. like all other towns! This being true, then, what chance e.perimenting with electric lights. ", WsiS .1 lias the fellow from Jim Uayou t is undergoing some ineoiiventenovou will hav good looks. Electric Hitler Tho State llonrtl of Health es In gel Its lights tt) bum lalhe Breal:ier.iliveandTonIoaoisilireC- organs Lures I'linplcs, has issued n circnlnr, directed to regularly. Tlio Mirror says tiluti"yon Iheie 1 com. gives . the health officials and tho people on last Sunday night Hie elociric' iieha, lloU"m" " of Kentucky, in which instrucwere turned on for the first nt tlio Methodist church, and tions are given for preparing against an Invasion of cholera. It while a member of Hint congreis recommended Hint tho cities' gation was iu the midst of u feranil towns, mid tlio people every-- vent prayer tlio lights went nut; All persons holding claims against the where, begin at once to clenti up. but tlio good brother, nothing Tho towns nml cities, and homes daunted prayed on without fuller. I.116 prerot same .:Xr, iiro.l, win it ndcrnlgned, for "moro light," which. ns well, should lie put in the best ing, ,,rTen .. i, h law re- possible sanitary order. Health by tho way, wan very appropriate ipiireil. AO'l an peranne owing until esboards are urged to enforce the to the occasion. tate will eme forward nnd n.ake to wind up and settle as I laws, and tho aid of the private Whon the spring time comes nnd !' ".'.J n '" cilizon is invoked. This should be done, says tho State board, yon feel tirod, Inzv, and gonerally! T?.?,u'" m ,B coopkr A ." x' 1 whether cholera comes or not. no account, Don't blmne Ihe wrathrr. Tho satno conditions which causa Hnt cleanse your blood with Plnn-- ' I? v A lx' TiAVmCir.'N! , cholera prnduco other dlsensesi tation Snrsapnrilla, nnd start yonr, Ulx' -such ns typhoid and scnrlet fever, liver with Plantation Pills, mid. - ' w -aup and others that are caused by filth, begin lifo Biiow with tho rost oft and nro reallymoro destructive natnre. Sold by HICKMAN, KENTUCKY than cholera, Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickmnti, Ky " T. T. Swayne, A oomuti student of Olllce over Cowgill & Cowgill's hasWfought suit against n (ore Uro's., Cayco, Ky. Drujf Store. A. E. Iircvunl, Jordan, Ky. barber for refusing to suave him. g J. A. W. LINDSAY, HICKMAN, KY. Office with R S. Murrell. 8:15 , COAL! PITTSIIURO, (MM EURKK'A, COAL! - ILLINOIS LUMP, and ANTHRACITE, In any rjnanlitlri desired. to sale nr ut PARIS & PARKER, niCKMAN, 111 I 1 : : : : KENTUCKY 11 r 1 rjicKman b,B - $?''$ iim be worKS, ivjarDie ilWKMAK, KY. DtALtK 11 B. C. IXAMAGE, IS MONUMENTS, 10MU ANU GRAVE ST0NK8. ,VIN0 In slock, n fine lot of American nnd Italian M.rble, lata pre- n 1 red lo fill all orders. Call and exemln my work. Orders from Ibe country lied. -.- P1, ls, Italian and American Mamji. ,." Ur"--ti- 1 IDJotio! '" dr-lr h: pio-apt- ly I A. F. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Underlaker HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. )o( A Tltl.M, "hen ttiti nant GIVE ME ilmie. or repairs o NVugona. Sic. Horeli(elng n specially. naii keei n full line of 1 aetlle-meri- t, - n jta aw --- --- ! -- v.v -3 .- -- liar-war- d M Common, Hoemod, snd Solid Ill.ick which can l titled nut Collins nnd up on short notice, and at reiaonaol. (llveine aonll. prlcea T Undertaker's Ca, Shsp near the Goods, JM. O U . -- V . -- At 1 - " ' 1 . ! T. 1 r v : aawM mmamatiissi V"-- 1 RSO Hi'2l WHH - lJJt5WWmlltl!iiW t fuef - J.SSaWE53g5gQ d2 w"- r ;$ Ajr' "$1 w i ?r tlnn cavalry behind us maj bo well vt on. nrtn Cook, a well known farmer mounted, but if we trust the Lonl we Will go through no more hurt by the v!o lived In the southeastern part of sulcldo bj' water than when in we rolled s.ulby county, committed h Miting himself through thu head with our pirments to the kneo nnd barefoot tho j crossed dow n. the meadow brook on the old II pistol He had Won an Inmate nf dl-hnd Wen As a church wo from this day maku homestead Tho odds maj- - seem to be Anchorage asylum, and ago, but was new departure. We w HI preach more all against but I guess It will Iks charged nliout abj-j'enr He We will offer nil right with If instructive sermons have God on th Might vv cttrctl one his friends. child. leaves a Ife nnd more faithful prayers Wo will do bet- your side and ull the angelic, cherubic, ter work In all departments We will seraphic nnd nrchangellc kingdoms "It Tiik following named officers nw ln the autumn resume our lay college. God bo for jou, who can bo ngnlns stationed at 1'inoinnntt, under the or . Lookw ood.eorps dors of Maj. Daniel We wlU fill all the rooms of this mag- ?mx or infflnct rs. will rrxverrf to and take 1 nificent pile will! wolk fin 0,"l rtlld uuiu t iuu iutu m grayer, a pfjtlon at the places designated. First suffering humanity. More pmycrs havo you will go free, ns did Richard L leen offered for this church, and on w 1th JC20 of missionary money In Id Xicat. Henry F. Waterman, Frankfort; rn,. 1, Ci,i. Jns, J. Myler, Howling both sides of tho sea, than for nny snddlebags, and the highwaymen gra church that has ever existed, and all led his horse by the bridle and told him Green. K a smash. up nt Wilder' Stntlon. w ill bo answered. Clear to deliver, nnd he prayed to God for those praj-crtho track for the Hrooklyn tnbernnele! safety, and suddenly one of the robliers south of Newport, on the C nnd 0. rail"Sing ye to the Lord, for He hath tri- said: "Mr Cecil, I once heard you' road Henj Kvnii. a railroad hand, wr umphed gloriously; the horso and his preaclt. Hoys lot the gentleman go." fatally Injured. In the wreck he fell Hut let me criticise Miriam n little Wtwern the enrs nnd wns horribly rider hath Ho thrown Into tho sea." Hut do you not now really think thnt for the Instrument of music she em- mangled Tiik grand jury of Whitley county nt Miriam of my text rejoiced too soon? ployed In the divine service on the Do not think she ought to havo snndj- - bcucli. Whj' not take some oth- the recmt term of the circuit court rewaited till the Israelltish host got clear er Instrument? The harp was a sacred turned 1 17 Indictments among them sota and Michigan. Tho "Quarter" oth- jK'rformcr. hy did she not take not ono for homicide or for imllcluui over to Canaan before she struck her Instrument In silver or U. 8. cents erwise twenty-flvTwentj eight that? The cymKil was a stored Instru- shooting or cutting The Israelites, stnndin? on the beach knuckles ng.ilnst the timbrel or postngo stamps -- Just covers tho cost of tho Mirhml Yon do well to lime ment Why did she not take that? wero for gaming, eighteen for enrrjlng ortfollo. Wo pay for sending It to ) ou. of the Ked sea, were making music, on Tho supply is limited; therefore, send their delhorancc from the pursuing the tambourine ready, but wait a little The trumpet was a sacred Instrument concealed weapons and fourteen for address at once, or not later than July 15, Kgyptians and I hear tho IsrnclitKli lefore you play It You are not yet Why did she not take thnt? Amid that violation of the Ilipior laws, showing IS93. men with their deep lm voices, and 1 through the journey from Esypt to the great host there must have been mu- which way the tide of reform is setting Wiies n barber's rator s I'ps it Is not to bo I hear the timbrel of Miriam as she l'rotnlsed Land You will yet hnve to sical Instruments more used In religi- In Whitley. Itnrhes. followed by ome cutting remarks She. No. took that I'A til cut Is nlmost surprised at Itlends the women in their jubilee. drink out of the bitter water of Mnniti, ous set v tee. tcr Democrat. army will eat so which she liked the t nnd on which self Several weeks have now passed Knther Ihely instruments, you say, and many of for religious service, tho timbrel or heartily of the fallen quails that they she could best express her grntttlation and tho saloons continue closed on at the over a nation's rescue, first through the I think Ood will die of colic, and Hut tnmlKuirine. it. And I rather think we foot of Sinai Iw scared with the thun- retreat of the waves of the Red sea, voi'MJ man named Thompson was We publish are not purchased, nor are they sanctioned In jail nt Lancaster upon the written up In our offlce, nor are thcr w ill have to put a little more of tho der, and there will Is? fiery serpents la and then the dapping of the hands of W-jeSo withdraw my clurge of stealing two joke of cattle from our employes Ther are facts, prot festive into our religious services and the way nnd many battles to tight, end their destruction ing that Hood s SarfapnrlUa possesses Let every one an' selling them The purchaser was drive out the dolorous and funereal, last of all tho muddy .Ionian toeross. criticism of Miriam. absolute Meiiit, and thsi t mode of divine Sweeney Morgnn. who paid JitO for the or no objections to the the Mm come Cures nnd the day may its placevthen the sanc- Miriam! I have do not jingle its bells take her nnd his Hood's worship celebration. My idea of steers which nrc worth fully twice the in tambourine, but brel wjll resume tuary. Hut that which occupied the or thump its tightened parchment until Henven Is that It is a place where we Thotr.pvm nt first clntmed to can do as we please nnd have every- Wa son of James Luttrell. who lives n attention of all the men and women of you arc b11 through Miriam wns right If thing vve w ant Of course wo will do feiv miles north of Lancaster, but soon Ah. my friends, that Israelltish host was tho celebration of their ictory. Tliey had crossed. we never shouted victory till wo got nothing wrong Hnd wautnothlnghnrm-ful- . tol his correct name the struggles of this life They had triumphed. They were free. clear thro-tgurvriui. Mas. torn . Mitcvi.fe, of tho How much of the mnterlal nnd phj's-lcJlore wonderful was this victory and we would never shout at nil. Copy the a V .y.!.... f f si si... will tinaltj' mske up tho heavenly defeat than when the hosts of Richard habit of Miriam and Moses '1 he mollon'ing Green, denjing the nlwtird reI know not, but I think Gabriel overcame thchostsof fcaladin at Azotus, ment J'ou get a victorj celebrate It world port that he had threatened to disthan when nt Hannockburn Scotland The time and place to hold a jubilee for w.111 have his trumpet, nnd David his clarge any L. and N employe who set free, than when tho Karl of the safe crossing of the Red sea Is on its harp, and Handel his organ, nnd Thai n aid not j'lold to the temperance 0i It Is nw-fu- l, lerg his piano, and the great Norwegian Northumberland was driven back nt beach and lefore j'ou leave. the delaj-e- hos.inn.ths the belated performer his violin, nnil Miriam her m vnnent at Howling Green and slgu Hranham Moor, than when Bt tho bat the pledge. tle of Wakefield York was slain, than hallelujahs, the postponed doxologies, timbrel, nnil as I can not make muslo I1H1K01: 'ri.l.hK, of Henderson, grand when at Hosworth Field Ilichanl wns the trains of thanksgiving coming In so on any of them I think I will movo warden of the I. O O F of this state, around nmong all of them and listen. when tho Athenians long after they are due. left dead, than Jt is said, do not rejoice over a reviv- Hut thero nrc our friends of the Scotch vj ted Hourbon lodge. No. 23, at Paris, Marathon put the under Mlltlades at night, making the eightieth lVrsInns to flight, for this victory of al too soon; the new memlers might Covenanter church who do not like the other Mr. JE. 31. JSurt lodge he hns visited since tho meeting West Kendall, N. Y. my text was gained without sword or not hold out I)o not thank God for musical instruments nt all In dlvino of the grand lodge Inst October, and refor to worship, and they need not havo them. catapult or spear. The weapon was n the money you made I tell Duncan biuI McLeod and Hnico ports tho order In b flourishing condl lifted and prostrated sea. "And Miri- morrow you maj- - lose it nil and more. Three GreaT Enemies good they need never hear In Heaven n single tlon. and It Is expected the tin in bo r of am, the prophetess, the sister of Aaron, Do not be too grateful for you may string thrum, or a single organ roll. mcmWrs will be Increased to 10,000 by for took a timbrel in her hand, and all the health Neuralgia, Rheumatism women went out after htr with tim- get the grip. Do not be too glad about Wo will do all as wo please In that the time the grand lodgo meets In the second Tuesday In OctoWr. and Dyspepsia brels nnd with danco. And Miriam your conversion, for j'ou might fall radiant place If through the pardoning Mr. 7llcr says the largest Incrense in answered them, Mng ye to the Lord, for from grace. Do not rejoice too soon and sanctifying grace of Christ we ever "For over twenty years I hav e suffered wlti lie hath triumphed gloriously, tho horso over a church's deliverance, becauso get there. What a day It will be when any of the lodges Is In thn one at HickMan; neuralgia, rheumatism and djspcpsla to come. we stand on the beach of Heaven and man, where one hundreds nnd seven times I conlit not turn In tied, bcrerul plijsl and his rider hath ho thrown into the there might be disistcrs clans hare treated me and I hive trlid tllrfirinl sea." Oh, let us havo no more ndjotirned grat- look back on the Red sen of this world's have Wen received during the past rtmcdlcs, but all failed to give mo permanent feels itude! Hrooklyn talcrnaclo relief Five years ago I began to take Hood'i sin and trouble nnd celebrate the fact seven months IlKSiDK!tov feels good over the conThe time to thank God for n rescuo that we have got through and got over much as Moses nnd Miriam did when they stood on the banks of the lied sen from temptation is tho moment nfter and got up, our sins and our troubles templated removal of a canning factory nfter their safe emergence from tho you have broken the wine flask. The attempting to follow gone clear down to that city from Owcnsboro. While resisting arrest at Paris, the waters. Hy the help of Uod and the time to thank God for your salvation is under the waves Oh, crimson floods, roll over them other evening, Hush Hart, sr., was fagenerosity of our friends here and else the moment after the first flash of parwhere our $140,000 of floating church don. The time to be grateful for the and drown them, nnd drown them tally shot by Marshal James Merntugh. debt is forever gone, and this house, comfort of your bereft soul is the first forever! What a celebration It will llnrt had championed a quarrel of his which, with the ground upon which it moment of Christ's appearance at the bo our resurrected bodies standing ton, Hush Hart, jr., and was waiting this day mausoleum of Lazarus. The time for on the beach whose pebbles are am- a chance to whip George McCaules, bsrsaparllla and it has done me a vast amount stands, represents $410,000, otcood Since, beginning to take it I have not retonsecrute to God tho Father, Ood tho Miriam's tambourine to sound Its most ethyst and emerald nnd ngato and rrlth whom his son had qunrreled.when a sick day. I am Ti jrars old and enjoy bad A jubilant note is the moment tho last diamonds! Son aud God tho Holy Ohost. What a shaking of hinds) Mernaugh ordered him to go. with the good health, whKh I attribute to Hood s Strsa rarllla." Mrs E. M HUtiT, W Kendall, N V stranger might nsk how could this Israelite puts his foot on the sand on What a talking over old times! What aliove fatnl result It Is thought Harl Alas, that an amount that Hart, jr., vvus jailed for to will dlo. an Hood's PIllB cure all Lit erIlls,Illllounea, church get Into debt tolarge churches? the parted inland ocean. such swift a jubilee! Whatworld opportunity so sttcmptlng Hushshoot Mernaugh. when God's mercies have to would build several wo have Jaundice, Indirection, flick Headache. Sic visit' In this , My answer Is, Waves of destruction, wings our praises should have such little time for thnt, I am looking who shot and killed Loo AN linos-"stout as any thnt ever rolled across tho leaden feet! forward to eternal socialities To be his brother, Lccj in Casey county, sevr. Kilmer's Notice that Miriam's song in my text with Gotland never sin against him. eral days ago, wns tried thero before lied sea of my text. SWAMP-ROO- T Examine all the pages of church his- had for its burden tho overthrown cav- To Imj with Christ nnd forever feel his Judge .Myers and acquitted. The partory and all tho pages of the world's alry. It was not so much the Infantry love. To walk together In roles nl ties were drinking, and the testimony history and show mc an organization, or the men.on foot over whose defeat white with those with whom on earth In the case showed that the kilting was Makes LifeMore Enjoyable. sacred or secular, that ever lind to build she rejoiced with ringing timbrel, we walked together ln block raiment ol done In Pr. Kilmer & Co.. Hmshamton, N. Y, I three great structures, two of them dc but oer tho men on horseback -- tho mourning. To gather up the members r.w4, nnn nfTnv.la mn tljn(lm rt trli Gov. Hitovv.v declined to Interfere In you a recommendation for l)r. Kilmer's stroyed by fire. Take nny of jour big mounted troops! "The horso nnd his of our scattered families and embrace the ense of Mulligan, the McCrncken wmen I navciaiten J imau gest life insurance companies, or your rider hath ho thrown Into the sea." them with no embarrassment, though county wife murderer, und the death bwamp-Hooi y bottles. It has nearly biggest store houses, or your biggest There is something terrible In a all Heaven be looking on penalty will W imposed. removed tho iucct of banks, or your biggest newspaper esA charge. You see It is not like a mine In Scotlnnd caved In and postmasof Tiik following fourth-clas- s them have to build soldier afoot, thrusting a bayonet or caught between the rooks n young man s?V&& tint lltiellllintlslii tablishments nnd let if about 7 cr stand-Inisame foundation, striking with a sword, using nothing who jn a few dajs was to have Wen ters were appointed the other day! G. three times on the also a set ere Center, Ciiinpton, Wolfe county; J. of my Imrlc and nnd it would cost them a ntrupcle If not but the strength of his ow n muscle united in holy marriage No one could T. kid nercf about 10 demolition. Mj text speaks of the Ked nnd sinew, for the ciivnlryman ndda get heart to tell his allium oil of the M. Sanders, Dickey's Mills Edmonson )rnr standintr, and- sea once crossed, but ono lted sea would to tho strength of his own arm the death of her Wloved, but some one county: N. II. Hogle, Ensl Illokman, atFaj-etthas belncil a county; J. W, Murtln, Foxport, 't,uiLnfliil1iiiiiiiif litn not base so much overcome us It was awful plunge of a steed at full gullop. made her believe thnt he hud changed Fleming county; W. A Hnmby, Hum-bj- ; XIuiwlSSuriBvv1 bf the bladder, which with us Keil sea ulter ueu sea Three Tremendous arm of war is the cavalrj-- ! his mind about the marriage and vvil Station, Hopkins county; E. l Wilthanks be to Josephus says that In that host that fully dlsapeared. I am sure Snauip-ItoHed seas! Yet Fifty years pissed II. E.Jones will entirely euro God, we stand on the shore, and with crossed the Hed sea there were 50,000 on, when one day tho mineis delving in son, Helton, Leslie county; me of In a short time. .. nnil .m.i.4 In nllUTIPM flf ! ft,,,. caalrj-inen- . . W. It. CI11LSOS. Epamlnondas rodo into the earth suddenly came on the lxslj'ot Josephine, Scott county; J. H. Wal ,",21., . " ,?. I 1 purchased the medicine of B.O.Stono tho , the Lord, battle with fi.OOO cavalrymen and Alex- thutjoung man, which had all those lace, Mnynnrd, Lawrenco county; I). w e chant, ye March, J, to. irureUt here In Ilutler. Ind. Rio, Hart county; M. J. M. Howard, ' lor lie nnit inumpeu ffioriousiyj ine ander with 7,00().Mnrlborough depended j'ears Wen kept from the air and looked Ohio county; II. F. horse and his rider hath he thrown Into on his cavalry for the triumph at Hlcn-hel- just as it was the daj- - of the calamity. Held, Rockport, RHEUMATISM! RHEUMATISM! Ulley, Smith's Mills, Henderson It was not nlone the snow that Strong, manly, noble youth, he sal Cornelius lltirkc, Mnffordsburg, county; the sea." Kenton Swamp-Ro- ot Hut whj' the great expense of this despoiled the French armies in retreat there looking as on the day ho died. Dr. Kilmer k Co., Ilinfhamton, X. Y. My answer is tho immensity from Moscow, but the mounted Cos- Hut 110 one recognized the silent form. county; J, T. Hanks, Stephensport, structure? Hrecklnrldge county. I'or tho past tueiuy tear I had been of it and the llrmness of it. It cost over sacks Cavalrymen decided the battles After nwhilo they called the oldest troubled with Hheuniatlsm and doctored Asiiik from Its railroad taxes, MadiH4.000 to dig tho cellar before ono stone of Lcuthcn, and I.elpsle, nnd Winches- inhabitant to come ami seo If anyone great deal without realizing any benefit. county requires for nil Its oxpensei house, 'ojft:r:o:q3f Two jears ago my.""" '""' street to street, ami men 1110 ter, and Hanovercourtmaj' havonnd Five could recognii! him. A woman with son ad valorem tax of only eight cents, """B - " been ln Wnt form nnd her hair snowy whito an Forks Some of you attention was callol to does Irom nnd poll tax of only ll.r.O. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- - ( building of the house was constructed the relentless raids led on by Forrest, or with years came at Inst, an " Tiik Lexington grand jury has InIIool which was bluhly ln n imr. wi :ir told br exnerleneed Chalmers, or Stuart of the southern looked upon tho silent form that h dicted Theodore Ivreiiger for libel. K recommended to me. I .. ll:11i nntlilmrtndnulth It. side, or I'lensanton, or Wilson, Hi t11,i,irk.vi,0 or Wen so comnlctclv preserved, cava K 1 m! Sk V r or Sheridan of tho northern bitter cry and fell Into a long swoon. Kreugcr Is the peripatetic journalist i&firiJilSSa fourtMT durability of foundation and wall who published a slander on the women l i teen bottles and 1. t... anni na fllinixinlnrUna tlfirnTtflMv ntnisP side. The unny saddles are the thrones It was the one to whom half a century1 of Lexington, und who discovered thnt idone mo moro good building of this cltj'. To tho day of of battle. Hurricanes In stirrups nro before sho was to have Wen wedded, than ull tho Doctors and your death and mine, and for 'our chil- the cavalrymen. looking then just as when In the dajs the bluegrasH climate did not agree all the other medicines dren and grandchildren nftor us, It will No wonder that Miriam was chiefly of their youth their affections had com- with him. Ills present whercaWuti 1 bad ever taken In tho 3 Hut the emotion of her soul arc unknown. past twenty years. Tho stand hero a house of God and a gate grateful tliut the Egyptian cavalrymen, mingled. Wai.tfk (ir.N.v, proprietor of Cerupursuing the Israelites down to midway was too great for mortal endurance, J past year has been ono of Heaven. A great Tor mo personally this is a time of tho Red sea, were unsaddled, unstlr-rupeof comfort ln place of sutterlnir. nnd two days after those who fifty lean Springs, a popular summer resort in Van gladness moro thati tongue, or pen, or many are using your Hsvamp-llounhorsed. Miriam struck the Wfcru were to hnve joined lioixl-- west of llopkinsvllle, suddenly dropped Yours respecttuuy. Wert. type can eer tell. I'or twenty-fou- r center of the tambourine with tho full In wedlock wero at last married In thu dead at that place of heart disease the Mas. Calvin Fabliv, j ears I had been building churches in force of her right hand w hen she came tomb, nnd side bj- - side thej wait for thu other daj', ngetl ubout 33 j'ears Van Wert, Ohio. Feb. 19th, 1SW. "The horsu lesurrectlon. i that hflr of thn music. Hrooklyn nnd seeing them burn down, CAimoi.rro.srlM buigaltilng for an elecSwamp-Roo- t, The Great Blood Medicine. until I felt 1 could endure the strain no nnd his rider hath he thrown Into the My friends wo shall come at Inst tric: light plant llKI'IIENK.STATIVR ASIIKIt O CAltUTH, At Druggists, SO rent and 1.00 size. longer and I had written my resigna- sea." Ah, my friends, it Is mounted upon thoso of our loved ones who long "fluldo to Health Free. Consultation Free." tion as pastor and had appointed to troubles that we most fear. The littlo ago halted In the journey of llfo. They of Louisville, Is confined to his bed Addrusa-- Dr. Kilmer ft Co., fflngbamton. K. Y, read It tw o rubbnths ago and close my troubles we can endure tho cinder in will be as fair ami Wuutiful yea, fair-c- r In Washington, with a severe chill and Dr. Kilmer's 1'arilla Liver Pills work in Hrooklyn forever. 1 felt that the oj'o, the splinter under the nnil, the and moro beautiful than when wo high fever. Ills friends are not of the to to done, but thorn In the foot, tho social slight, tho parted from them. It may bo old ago opinion that his Illness Is serious but ARE TUB DESTI 42 Pills, 35 cents. my chief work was I could not do it with the Alps on mean prssra fling, the invidious comparison looking upon childhood or youth. Oh, will insist that he take a long rest and that ono shoulder and the Himalayas on tho or the rcmurks that bnub. system. my Lord, how vve have missed them! fully jecuperute his other. Hut God has interfered and the The annoyances and vexations on Separated for ten years or twenty years Ho spent a month at Sulphur Springs, way Is clear, and I am here and expect foot wo can conquer, but, alas for the or fifty j'ears. but together nt tho last. und a few days ago returned to Wash1 fhtrl" m tv I to be heie until my work on earth Is mounted disasters, tho bereavements, Together at tho hist, dust think of itl ington, but was shortly tuken ill again. MoVloIior'a Thcatar, ChloaBO, 111, done. j tho bankruptcies, tho persecutions, tho Will It not lie glorious? Miriam's song Koim-.NINyearlings from the In 10 OBIIIM Mornhin. Habit Curedcured. Why should I want to go away from I appalling sicknesses that charge upon again appropriate, for death riding on " No pay till stud, Lexington, wero sold at Wl IWHlDK. J. STEI'Hl.MS,U.inos, OaU. Hrooklyn? 1 have no sympathy with us, as It were, with uplifted battleax the pale horso with his four hoofs on Tattersalls, New York, the other night the popular sentiment which defames or consuming thunderbolt of power. all our hearts shall have been Imever aruuMruaMiMmnia for IflO.fcOO, an average of 11,4'ift. our beloved city. Some are those among inj- - hearers or price raSiTCHEDJEH MONTHS it a part of their religion people make There who havo had a whole regi- discomforted.now thu glorified assom. Tiikcut from of gastoat Richmond has to cxcorlato readers I see them bclittlo tho place of their residence, ment of mounted disasters charging CJ A troubleswne skin disease caused and there has been more damage, fi- upon them. Hut fear not The small- bled for 11 celebration mightier nnd been LouisvilletS.60 $2. the extraction of a At more jubilant than that ou thn banks me to scratch for ten months, and was and nancial and moral, dono to our city by est horsefly on the neck of I'harnoh's of the Red sen, and all lauds aud nges, tooth Mused tho death of J. Harvey cured by a few days' use of this hyiercritlc!stn than can ever be es- war charger, passing between tho crys- on Wach of light abovo beuch of light McCampbull Hutchison the other ulght M. H. Wolff, sou of Rev. J. Upper Marlboro, Md. was tho timated. Tho counc of our city has tal palisades of the upheaved Red sea, gallery above gallery and throne nbovu Wen onward and upward. We have a was not more easily drowned by the thrones In circling sweep of 10,000 mllei M. Hutchison, pustor of tho Louisville I citizenship made up of hundreds of falling waters than the 60,000 helmeted .... hiifrriiiliiltm. nttil nnlirtri.. toin .nl.....l... Presbyterian church. Three days ben. ........ .....f, n... . .... I thousands or us good men and women unci plumed riders on the backs of the j while standing Wfo'ii them 011' sea o foro a dentist extracted one of the J wm cured sonny sars ago of Whit Swelling us Hum oil. 1 nc curui, uiiu lect nouoreu 60,000 neighing and caparisoned war glass mingled with fire''' Michael, the child's teeth. Thero was an alarming and hire bad no lnmyIBbyuilnf blootT, but 110 fatal termination archangel, with swinging scepter bents flow of of tho dls- - In being 11 cltlen of Hrooklyn, and pro- churgers. tymptomi vt r KSMturn pose to stay here until I join the popu And I have to tell you, O child of God, ' time for the multitudinous chorus cry-In- was expected. Thu hemorrhages eifff. Mtnr premineni ihytleans attendeil und thite nhVslcIaus from Lou ib and falMd, but B. 8. S. did ih work. latlon In the blleut City out yonder, now that tho Lord, who is on your side now "Sing! Slug! Slug vWM the rvu w, KimtrA trick, j.b.i.n cur, all abloom with sprlnjf flowan swvxt and forever, litis nt his disposal and tm Lord, fur lluhnth triumphed ulorloUslyi Isvlild wttra cHllod in rotisultutlon, flM, While illstmsslnif Mia ansa UvJ tray m Ik is UlMUll mllltil tym uf rusurrsctlonl H ai4 tlir lil I'ttmmnm! all watr, all winds, thu hiir aud hie rider hath fit thrown win rainu CuvrAirr danly plUtl, y thaU wui, ba flrst to Ota a( ltf b minus, all time aud all etarnlty, lutothesea." iol-i.Anboj-hoo- This won ono of the prcntcst day In tho history of the Hroolclyn tnlxrnaclo. The music, Instrumcntiil nnd congregational, was of tho most Joyous tjpe. the hymns, tho prayers nnd the sermon were cclcbratlvo of tho entire extinguishment of tho llontlngdcbtof accumulated from tho disasters which required tho building of three immense churches. Text, Ktfrhis xv, 20, 21: "And Miriam, tho prophetess, tho sister of Anrou, took a timbrel in her hand, and nil tho women wtnt out nfter her with timbrels acl with And Miriam answered them- "TiiKnr.'s ono consol.il Ion," thought the dances. bargain hunter ns Rho was blown to atoms 'Ship jo to tho Ird, for He !th tribr n dvnainlto cartridge, ''this Is n fust umphed gloriously; tho hor and his die," Uatvatd Lampoon. " rider hath Ho thrown Into the Scrmonizcra nro naturally so busy in Btati; or On 10, Cur or Toledo, I ,, getting the Israelites safely through Lccas Cocmt. FnAVK J. Chk.net makes oath that lie la tho parted Hed sea Egyptians thoceniorpartucrofthoftrmof K J Ciinxnr submerged in tho nnd the vtnters returning & Co , doing business In tho City of Toledo. County nnit HUte aforesaid and that said that but littlo tltno is ordtnarilr piven s firm will piy tho sum of one to what tho Lord's people di after for o.tch and every case of Catarrh they got well up high nnd drj on the cannot bo cured bvtho uo of Hill's beach. that That was tho beach of the Hcd CATAnnit Ct'nis. Frank J Ciirvcr. Htvorn to beforo mo nnd subscribed In my mm, winch is nt Its greatest width two presence, t his Cth day of December, A.l) lbMl hundred miles nnd at ltslcat width A. W. Grctsov, twelve miles. Why is the aJJcctlvo J TTTl 1 aotary i'u6l.e. - I "red" used in describing- this wnter? nail's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and It is called tho Ilcl RcaJ because the actn directly on thoblooJ aud mucous sur- mountains on its western ot look as f faces of tbo system. Bend for testimonials, though sprinkled with brijjc dust, and F. J. CnrSET kCo., Toledo, O. froo. tho water is colored wlthirrd heawced taTBoldby Druggists, T&c, nnd has red zoophyte mid ltd Coral. for ladles Home of tho new carriage-wrap- s This sea was cut bythei kwils of tnnke thn wearers look liko Kgyptinn, riioenlcinn nndlArifblo shipuosion limes. ping. It was no Insignifibnt pond or A Silver fjanrtrr puddle on the tieach of wlch my text Rent safely, with your luldress, to Geo. II. calls us to stand. 1 hear upon It tho Ucafford, General Passenger Accnt L'bica-c- sound of a tamlourlnc for which tho Jlilwaukco & St. Paul Ilv.. Chicago. 11L. name an will fetch to jouby mall, without delay, a trlmbrel wns only another portfolio containing a highly colored, cor- instrument of music made out of a rect lithographic view of tho World's Fair hoop, with pieces of metal fixed urnunus anil uunaings (none oy iuu iiuuous in the sides of It, w hioh made n jlng-lin- g together with nuartist, Charles Graham), sound, and over which hoop n merous other beaiitiful lithographic and views of unsurrassed lako and piece of parchment was distended, nnd river scenery In Wisconsin, Iowa, Minne this was beaten by tho knuckles of tho U0,-OO- Number. Wo hvorecclt.sl from tho I'ubllahcrii of The YoHlh'n ComiAitim it initRiilllccnt extra paces devoted cnllrcU' to Issue of tlnrtv-sltlio World' Pair. It bin tnnrath.ni ttvcntv rtlcles, giving n full description of tho different department! of tho J'uii, many being written by cftlcris of tho l'ulr Thero ore also itnportntit directions showing how to tee tbo Kalr, nnJ what to sec cch ilny. The Illustrations are simply sticrl. moro than Sixty in number, thero Iicihk thirteen full pupe photographic illustrations of thoso noblo structures comprising "Tho Whito Cilv," tho like of which tlio world lias never seen This Issue has b!o a euikingly beautiful cover, lithographed in ten color. l tho most artistic and costly number of It any paper devoted to tho Fair. In pubilca. tlon represents an expenditure exceeding Fifty T&ousand Dollar. Tho llrst edition nriniPil. nf Helen Hundred Thousand Copie. vvn exhausted the llrst week. Tho second edition Is now ready. All old subscriber's reccivo this number free, and any new subscribers sctidlnK$t "5 for a year's subscription will also receive n copv. BlnRlonumbcis may be obtained by sending ten cents to The Youili'tCttnpinlon, lloston, Mass , or of any newsdealer. A Wonawrfnl MOSES ANI) MIRLM. Day of Rejoicing In the Brooklyn Tabernacle. If ot Wo Never Shouted Victory Till w Clear Through tli StruKRles l I He Ue Would Merer Nhnut At st- lI)r. Tulmaee's Hornioo. thetic all the secular newspapers have leon, and of course all the religious newspapers, with two or three nasty exceptions? You saj-- that sometimes newspapers get things wrong Yes but which of us does not sometimes get want to find a things wrong? If man who hns never made, a mistake, do not waste your time ly looking In this pulpit. Thanks to the editors and reporters nnd publishers. Gentlemen of the Hrooklyn nnd Now York printing press if J'ou never report anything else that I snj please to report nro getting it all that .Yes I sec then to nil who have contributed by large gift or small to this cmiutclpatlon Thanks to the men, women nnd children who hne helped, and sometimes helped w 1th self sucrltlees Uiat I know must linso won tne nppiniiMi oi inn If j ou could only read with heat ens. me a few of the thousands of letters c that hac come to my desk In Tho Christian Herald ofllco, you would know-hodeep their, sympathy, how large their sacrifice has lioen. "I hae sold my bicycle nnd now send j'ou the money," is the language of one noble joting man who wrote to Tho Christian Herald. "This is no dead son's gift to me, and I hae leen led to send it to you," writes a mother in Rhode Island. A blind octogentrlnn Invalid In York, l'a., sends his mite and his prayer. Thanks to nil the newspaper press. Have you noticed how kind and sympa- Come, look me In the face while I utter KENTUCKY JTTATE NEWS. tho word (iol communis mo to speak to yon, "No weapon formed against you Tiik Kentucky Pharmaceutical assoshall prosper." Don't throw away your ciation elected oflleont nnd selected tambourine. You will wnnMjs sure n tho place for the next annual ns j'ou sit there nnd 1 sUiiPTOt), nnd Purls nu'otlnir. Mr, It. '. Snyder, of Louis-v.'ltho tune you will jet play on It.wliethcr wns made president standing on licach of time or liench of Tim. shooting1 of Martin Davis, color111 lie the tuno eternity, w that Miriam nud McCarthy played when she cried, "Sing ye to tho ed, by Olllcers Jackson morning, nt an Lord, for Ho hath triumphed glorlous- - nt Loxlngton, tho other no littlo tnlk ln I irly hour, is cnuslng , i.vi tne norse mm 111s rider liath He pnlireand olllclal circles Tho Negro thrown Into tho sea." mid when I expect to have a good laujh rvlUt M.isln Nelson's warehouse, frlght-iiie- d you In lleaten, for tho Hlble says In the olllccrs eamc up he became and mu out. After calling to the I.uke, sixth chapter, twenty-firs- t verse, polloo fired severul "Hlessed nro j e that w eep now, for e Negro to halt the which took effect In his shnll laugh " We shall not spend all stmts, 0110 of Is claimed that tho Negro eternity psalm singing, but sometimes shoulder It Nelsons hrnnuin-bc- r In review of the past, as Christ snvs. we has worked for the of j cars and had obtained permisshall laugh. There Is nothing wrong sion (mm them to get kindling when in laughter. It ull depends on what an early hour you laugh at, and when you laugh, and ho wlslicd.nndNvns thereathis custom, to the other morning, ns Is how you laugh Nothing, It seems The numerous robwill more thoroughly kindle our hcav- -' procure tho fuel. in rlos In that city recently, It Is enly hilarities nfter wo have got Inside policemen to le-l- ,i 'tight, caused tho jiearly gate tlnn to see how In this th ve Davis a thief.the I world we got scared nt things which Tiik prohibitionists of Princeton have ought not to have frightened us nt nil. office notice I How often we work ourselves up Into filed In the county clerk's to contest the lato n great stew alxnit nothing! The Hcd rf their Intention ' election, In which the Ilipior tcoplo sea before us Kwlcep.nnd I I ' e, wrknsrVanys,Asvs.','s1sj ? $ .ss 7V'.'rsAnaVr. There are a few people left I who still follow antiquated methods of raising bread, biscuit, cake and pastry with home-mad- e mixtures of what they suppose to be cream of tartar and soda, compounded haphazard, I IleM.l'ureUle " I mill rittei. KnsinfU, snil Palate ws.lf ih sanji.liiurlh Uon, ml born re. Tbe melnuurt?t Polish la nrintsat, ami lh tontumer rare fornouni wlthettrr puwhan. .,! I I but there are very few The brst housekeepers use the Royal Raking Powder instead. Its scientific c mposition insures uniform results. Hy its use alone can the finest flavored, most wholesome food be produced. To any housekeeper who ln not us-- the Royal Baking Powder we would like to sen our Cook Book, free. Mark your request " Kor instruction." 1 i $ W. L. DOUGLAS 93 SHOE NoWr. tsey Da IllgUsjwi mors temfstt ami imlct tit tr imm ton an; other mst. Bast In tho world. jw r IIW Whtn nt In pmi! try s pilrv aV i j iV maj tho Egj'p-- j Royal Baking: Powder Company, 106 Wall Street, New-Yor- k. I W. L. Douglas Shoes Ere mads In all the mtt&M hi Latest Styles. 12.00 res uoirfl m-T;2.50 2.00 .1.79 2.25 ft .ttiS I rem sort if frAn. Tat.uu rM pFTlv 4 I.75 44.00.K 5.Q0P"Ni V,I 3.00 3'50W4i,f 1 4 2.3 ,Z- - u puno-lamp- s clr-cul- half-ton- u o a K-s- The Testimonials Sun-dav- 1 ln-s- iiii-n- 1 h 1 -- to-da- to-da-y, Lex-Ingk- j-- to-da-y HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES 1 e. 1 ot cav-air- r, eak-nc- ss tint 1 f a DRtSS SHOE .Wt Mjr 10 t KV trityt3,M,$4oft5SIe. lih tt If ywi torn midasitJ lock ssj nr n well. Kl'.'.ltVV.lV4,sV.i'iAi'U)Ai WKV,XkV!MW. tnomljt In your footf,yoo ts do ky purttadn I It Itanpf j W. t, D.gtai SSoM. .My Alma siJ price I'liirk lit llio (irrjliouiitl. A REMINISCENCE. I bay. TsVs so tab- of Vullerton. when running! tn tKa bcttow, Ices for Ity M yo i'lic I tenJ mill upon wupt el awe, Vleltluc Hie Mut fensl With t lie Khrdlte nt llnv vk Turk, utrnck a hurdle, tin ttltate. free, ! tlwi csosst lafply ye Mine ml lo I rep. denie.i which tho Intro had escMin.il, etfre Initial-i- s. llrecklou, Meal. W. t "I wait dining nt the Abddrrn pal.ieo," with h force n to full lcl writes a eirrcjiiondeut, "ami after dindead; yet he nfterwurtl won ner, vvhllo eotTee and elfrarettet were the flnal cbtirve, lrine Daginnr, anbeing mttciI to tho khedlvo's guesti In other Waterloo cup winner. In running n djMii!ng tho a luxurious her first nurse, tw tha d.;g nglnat banijtiet room, bin highness came up to which sho was contending drop dead nt 5J me with a handful of his own exclusive her !de. '1 lie hare also died Just Inside rMieMtos he usel to carry them about a covert int- which It had ecu)ed, yet 111 til 1oom In an Inside breust jix"let of the grcyhoi it 1 managed to win two his frock coat und said. 'Would It w hlch spenk. moro courses a make n little excursion mors' My actjunintnncc with lloscltcc's for tho cotir s' "f the animal than for 1 am tflng down with me Tho German byrupwantnadcnimiil fourf owner the huinnni' with M. Ihs Lessens to ImiihIIU. 11ml lightning ihM at which the eour teen years Ago I contracted n cold then vve idiull jmns through the caiml are rttu, und the quick turnsof tho hare, which resulted in n hoarseness nnd from end to end .eremlof your friends on rough gr- - nud make screro falls nnd here are going an my guests; I hio even broken whs not uncommon Yet cough which disabled me from fill you will eome, ttni, and I will try to a dog so Injur. J w HI often try to renew Ing my pulpit for n uttmlier of Sal make you all as comfortable u may the ehnM. fi 'ng agnlu, jet milking baths. After trjins " physician, relief I saw tha lie in tho power of a poor princo In vln ami painful rfTorU to avoid defeat- without obtniniiiL' ymir letuedy nnd difilcultlcs.' ,,f outrage so exhibited "la- Btlvcrttvinicut of 'I he "! irrotcfiltlv invented this graclotm iiinutmi I iecctvl quic Olitalnetl a liottlc I' simguisjim irom -InTltution. und congratuhtt-mselft rate ' eount.'e lis jwrhaps shown csvjw aud penuaueut help. I never hcsU in ttt t cele of visiting the uion the l'roMx-cmost hlghl.v peclaiUcl form In the tateto tell my cxj.nencc Kcv W. brated canal m the company of the two gret hound, among dogs. The Impulse II, Haicrty, MirlinsMlle, N J, ) rininnit i.pim.w t to whom U owed receives no nld from the aswclatlon of I .1 iii.... respccuvcij n genesis an.. c..,..r..... ithw f 10 kml Th), "' .!,. ....t,,!, U klimdwith thn winner inoriiin.Hey.siiicwm.K the following morning vvliich prcvrntetl is n rival, not a tmnntde Swctator Ismail I'a'sha from making the con- in ttie Crrat or tee vvnve, tetnplated trip He placed his guesU, however, under the cure of his friend, Ths UtHlsman U irwl or commerclsl Imt- j imt only trelllr )el.csxps nud. furthermore MMit an eler,cntiHtirs, In1. ifuvs, and eitrrtaeol begins, ' i A tmt liuuisii the to the station next day, nitserv dnrleR li a transit across llio Irm we were starting for Ismailln, llultf. Willi wte ire. At!nt lust as r himself with a suo- Anson Hardy Power Gutter. '" l usilogy for his to oiler us u inr of Heatelii a htomacli Ulttare, lua tnviroldablo failure to keep his janes re vnin, r inlUiratetl, aivd then CAN KASILY UK An n matter of fact, the ere tne e I abip again UtoiHt lier rtn knowing, ami thwakhedlve wa our host throughout the anrbor. This CHANGED TO A HAND MACHINE. 04ir n enstiim? week, nnd his Illustrious repre- sands of and but 'snwn, autnmer VO)ttera, nas nieri do litem It lourlaia sentative treated us right royally, A iinotr.t:s3 a j will "At tho time of which I nm writing crii at a straw. M. IV if I mistake not, hnd Kd will a tniraty n - Teisa rlllttaKs N. Kellogg Newspaper Co,, cntcrtd his seventy-thirjenr, nnd vet Heecium's litis act like roagie en the ,A, his ncttvlty nnd cnjwelly of enduring liter ami other v rereana One deso s'lueuiO. ii.i. fatigue were ctjunl to thov of any fair- lieves sick trail. m 'Ju minutes, and athletic man of half his Cnrtrlivtnc-Ily robust e Mnglnutlier peoplo's Unlike tho Dutch Process 1 For example, 1 may recall a memarles. liarva J Itoisxo. age. quaint Incident that occurred during No Alkalies rT?i Uwo'sSulplii ssp it a gcLulno rent-rdour railway Journey from lain) to Inrskio dise' s It had lieen arranged that we Iilll's Hair and tt blskcr Urc, W cents. uinpr iiuMiunus should make a brief halt nt llhamesee, ate nae.1 In the A TnniK Secret II w to grl tbo beat ol where n couple of sphinxes had Just I reparation ef mzJ 2-It. been discovcrrd by M I'apaneau, an en- the other fellow W. IIAKF.KA.'CO.'S gineer In the employ of the canal company, while digging, for some unexBreakfastGocoa plained reason, ontsldo his ganlen 'Arab desert.' fence, In tho wHIrs a aiaaMlaly "As the khedlvo wns expected with r I asit aelMSfe. his guests, the complete disinterment ItliaamererAnrtfAraallmae of these venerable Images which. In (ftaatfenra of Covaa BiUe wwh htarrti, Arroroet e Marietta I ley's opinion, had been hidnnRar, nm n iar iwwi den from view for nearly ,003 yearn, lex fann tin ttnt a xp. rmtnlcal. n had been deferred In order that It It Is delltlona, IKtl!lblli(, aud KatlLV tUOESTftv, mk'lit take nlnco In hi hlghncW pres eate.te.tr. VsV MU aj tirareia eiarjuaare. ence. Cons one ntly, when wo alight I laVfl at Uharows station wr found a lnr- -e W. BAKER & c5.JDorcheiter, Hul In waiting to con number of "mounts" vcy us to M. Pnpnneau'e bnngnlow LYE IEWIS' 98 several magnificent grey Arab stalI rOWDIMDAHDHUrBMa lions, ns many superb white nud dove m iraTBiriaai colored donkoys nnd three stately camTc errv and "' Lj els for tho gentlemen; brakes and mad. Uallkeoarr Lr. Iltalrf wagonettes for tho ladles. 'Hnve a a ADepo'deraad fcwlne csa KNOWLEDGE with removable lid. tae contente gallop on the snnd with me," exclaimed arealerajs raadj for nas. Will friendly l. Do l,esep, giving mo petfumM Hard tnaVe the Itrlnp comfort nd Improvement and pat on the shoulder nnd Instantly ten Is to trsonal enjoyment when Hotpln M mlnla aWse! MU mounting u particularly fiery steed, II la the leat forclranalrf who aeate plpta, dlilnlfoune einaa. upon which he nhowed myself nnd the rightly used. Tlio many, life llro let"urta, aiashlrjr betuta.raints. other erjuestrlnns tho way at full speed ter than others ami enjoymom more, with rers-etl'rsl IT f (l. promptly cxj'enillture, by for a spurt of n mile or so. afterward tie. Simla,i putting his vlvnelous young charger adapting tho world's best product to I tan ISMWf e through IU various paces with all tho tho needs of n'lyslcal being, will attest ACRES OF LAND kill and aplomb of an experienced tho value to health of tho ptiro liquid for aaleb; lie IT facfc riding master Such a headlong scam-pulaxatlvo prliici lc euibraatl in U10 A lint-iI hnve never lieforo ventn-n-terr- e, itiiiiiii' of Figs. remedy, M and Ctrcu (araKT In Miannot. S.ul far executed by a Kcptuagen-an- a or since duo to Its prrsontlnt; dlplomatUt." Loudon Telegraph. ln Its caw Hence it acceptable nnd pleas- lart. The; l!IWMat t jaai tho form most ant to tlio taste, tho refreshing and truly THE MAnKtTS. beneficial prortic of a jierfcct laxAdlrna HOPEWELL CLARKE, ative; eiT tually cleansing the system, InlConniM'.aner,! raul,Mlsn, ClMISHATI Mr di'pcllitig colds, heftdaches ami fevera MUST HAVE li,il, AT OMT. annl M t 3 J.V I'aV. IS Sail! ami eriiunciitly curing coiistipatlon. rrerhfirall , to i W Choice butchers . In.jl Won forlc ,.,, .. ,. IIOOS- -I emmon t'rlellJ.aaratkllva ol ll a. T0i S e.1. It ha civrn Mtisfnetion to millions and unott CtanMnl.--l II. a ir T It SV IooUurk(ra ..,..,... . ., I'lill. MOr llrsliaral Ilaliif. met with the approval of tho meiHcal SIIKKI'-tlMi- re ' i .. U tuu tifiinn airitta. 7 10 CI T M I.AIIIS-.S- r nit profession lsciiuo it actJt on the .,. . KUJL'lt-- iv Inter Ismllv (t ' PIo Itemed; tot later and Ilowcls without weakI llrst I aairtttal'ie. Catarrh Is the H Wlicat-.- Su UKAI.N IriM it andlYttpest ft ft! U ening Hum mi'I it is perfectly trco from Nal rrO . If yi ny.lltlHtw it' "Germa-- - amu'-ejout- f't Syrup '''' d t" o-- s . , 1 """ ,,, PAPER COTTER SECOND-HANI) ItiK-kr,- - p vice-reg- "'. Jl - -- - Asnitfrnn d . ",'ii d j-- "ar en-'l- w la r Jhtoi at e f r, 1,000,000 UVI.STOCK-ClUr-lommo- ntS m Kid-noy- s, I e KP'5 ot to-da- 1 Oil A( (OM.-Olu(.iirxl liar I'ltOVIMOSS-Me-- Smlidt HAY Prime lothnlce (.it-.N- urn No. o. It)c-X- ttJ 9inliil to ,', lrJ Choice IlUn Kit- -to I'ltnin APPM-S-Prline, ea TOTAIUKS-I'trb- bl riX3Ult-IalrOKAIN-Whrat-- I'rltnc sieam ... dairy iholcc creamery. ., Kr bbl NKW YOltlC lancy i bard., u n HM.r) II leaf. ,. 10 Ol Qfili ... IS') 017 to (l" ' wrk . .. CM . fl 4i l M 00 S 10 5 35 it flIOI.'H U 10 V o u O M 3 3 to M 71 k" V) OU 1 every obji rtlonablo Btilistaiifc. vrtlp jf Fip is for sale by all 'icamll lmttlca, but Itis manufactured by tho California Fig Fyrup O). onlr, vthf namo Is printel on every pickage, also tho name, Kyrup of Hgs, and licit 4 well informed, ynu will not accept any tubstituto if oilureu. drug-gist's- in bold H Ifte, hrdrtifslalsrr tent br mall H T llarrktitin, Warren, l'a K. moo v K 1: wum wuitinoto ADvmTunta rLr.Aad v aaaUlkal aeeee. f aaw tke A4t ertlatneal la lata Cures. to No. Nc Srcil COUN-Natm- lirtl T)tJ 18140 (t U CUT OATS-Ml- ird ADVERTISEMENT THIS AND HICND VV TO St. Louis, T OUT Mo.9 i'OIIK LAUD UIIA1N No- Western steam Wheat Nm nm Ull 3.W et. DRUMMOND TOBACCO CO., AND THEY WILL SKND VOO A TKM-CBH- ritlOAOU r"LOUK Winter talenla.. . , SChlcaKO aprlng Corn No. it OaU No. I POItK-.M- n. OUT OF Nairod ! ovt 10 a TO'. o. jn 11 to iLT HORSE SHOE PLUG CHEWING (9-J- Oa m LAKO Steam rivuit-ramll- v.,. OKAIN-Wli- rat Halu U w nAI.TIMOHE. Corn Mlird Oats-MliLAIili-ltrnncU 1 Na 2., PPjgfv cd ras a in" a iiu a J't n l TOBACCO FREE OF CHARCE. I1;j Xaot 'Xliiat OrTaoytaxaxity ISXot 1 FOIIK-M- d, ot CATTLK HOOS.. OHAIN-Wheat-Na .. - First quality . .. , St .. ,, 1 ::.':a.vaioi.is. Corn-N- ... .... 4 , tin Sltli 6 IJ'j SIM Ml n o It 4(1 ww k o. OaU-- Na I r red.,. ,, Vi ! I.OUI8VIM.K. potent. 2 too UHA1N-Whfet- -Na Corn Mlied Oat Mtied I'OKK-M- ras red n UluM ,. I.AK- U- Sleam it t)IUI j-- run-dow- n II "i itirtl,iSV7 1 IIKIIIH'3 UF.LT 18 WANTED hy thu women who nrc aillmr nud nif- prlnif. rir vwnl. nnd cximiiHlcd. Ami, to every such woman, htlp Is guaranteed by Doctor I'lrrco's Favorite Prescription. For jounir ' DtKi SWIFT gPECIFIC .. MM 1 ! h t "chanco of llfo": women npinonciiiiiK confinement: mirrlnir niollura: and cv 11 " or overery woman who Is " worked, It Is a mcdlcino that builds up, strengthens, anil regulates, no mutter what the condition of tho system. It'a an Invigorating, rcstorntlvo tonic, a anrtflilnf nwt lirtinlnrf nrrS'llin. fillll 110 only guaranteed remedy for ' fcinnlo In biur- com.!avlnta " and weaknessei. lentatlona, periodical mni, tilceratlou, Inflammation, nml e.vry kin tJrod ailment, II it ever falls to henallt or Ufffi you bavi yuur tuouay toaki run-don 1 Ing-dov- ni wo"B womnnhood;critics! men at tho pltls Jti- -l iiitrrlng well pleased. If you have any complaints to make, we will guarantee that what yon have is not Pearlinc, but some worthless or dangerous imitatio'i of it. Many grocers send these imita- tions wlun Pearlinc is ordered more profit to them sure lo";c. t ' i S ,d tl vim h.ir'.. nt'nm- - t lWIls l'Y '. New Yntk. your package of washing compound that you call "Pearlinc?" Look at the front of the package, and sec. It will be for your own good and your own protection, quite as much as ours. The popularity of Pcarline has led to the calling of anything in the shape VASHING of powder, which is used for washing COMPOUND or cleaning, by that name. THEGREATINVENTION If you find you arc using the genSaving Toil fxPtusc b uine, we will guarantee that you are Without InjuivTo Thc Is It Like This PiMM NE7 YORK. TexTurcCaipn Or Hands, ..-....,,- - . - - THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED i GOOD COOKINQ DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. SAPOLIO SHOULD HI UMQ IN BVIHY KITCHEN. SAPOLIO