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MM-jMk- tM tft, ikWlMMUMIl nut door U fglty HalL am " jmriii.Mlt iv a a - aw ar : THE HTCKMmN- COURIE V &1 .a FINE JOB PEINTINQ KXKCTJTKD WITH IEATKE8S 1KB DfSNTOL' i i .1 " -- ' m. aw :. .. m:k 6A.LK BILLS, f CEORCE WARREN, Editor. m olmm mm v ADMIRAL TMYON " $&&' Jftg iw western kenttjckt. 181)3. Prlcoof Subscription. $150 tary condition Jnff to tho ESTAbUsitKD 187 KENTUCKYJJBQlSLATUBrJ FnABKroirr, Jun:8,-sriu--j- 'rj, r.ir,t tho follORlnir Impurtoninifa-.ur- r. vMct torporslloos would il.j well toUirrve J- last snr rsllroi.1, Itlf-rjh- b, teleihono tTas L.ETTXR HBAD-BILL HEADS, INYITATION8. ETC., ETQ 4 KNVELOPE. HICKMAN, FULTON C0HJJTY, KY., F1UDAY. JULY 7, Ti.K OltEVASSE. h VOL. X-aBI- I. NO. 30. REFORMS. le Adnilnlitrntlon Will rr-U- y and Well. OAIX AND SEE TJi. POLITICAL STUPIDITY. Pet Super.llllon. of I'ltulant Itepnhlleaa Thorn k n. tretnA denl of tolld. work able stupidity in politicians of all par ties, dcsplto the progress that has been made In the last dozen years. Gov.. for Instance, has learned nothing by hts experiences since he was chairman of the committee of ways and means In the house of representative!. He has started in on his long and tedious canvass ot tha state of Ohio, on tho lines that he has followed in defeat over and again slnco those days of brief and Illusory triumph. He still will havo It that his tariff is not only benefiy, Tnr favorable reiwirts M to tho a,n( of Hamburg are roassu tlo of thin country. EXTRA SESSION WJTJE FAVOIu Diu Jamks II. Kiiiklaku, professorof Vai.ktta, Malta, .lulj l.Tho llrll-Isof Vdiiderblll university, Nnsh- cruisers, Irdgur and l'linoton, beTonti., linn Wen elected chnnccllor to succeed Dr. K. 0. (larland, retired oa r.fsvlnrorroiklnn rort In ti, tumr, thst vlo longing to tho ilrltlsh Meilltcrrancnn , urciioi) mi ii ...r. of nrrUcd here Friday, having cf the runsll account of ago and Infirmity. Ihs commonweolin ,biLupoa con lulloo surviving odlcers and crow 1 , . vlctlon thereof In the rirmii coun of sn) on board the Tioicn-Krrountrln which snM tomtn- - do's builnnu of the battleship Victoria, which sunk Is a peculiar crystallization In collision te floed not lest limn II of quarts. Formerly rcry rare ami UO.UU'urrach vlolsitbn ao iml not more thst off Tripoli, Syria, June 8J, with the battleship CnmpVrdown. oostly, largo deposits have tocn found llouss- - The Tut- luutltute for thn thsr'M Ah tho warships slowly steamed to In tlio western tatcs, and in Month crtboovrri.n)nmt!iif.OI iheseeumttHw nnchoragu cheer upon cheer broke Mr their Africa, so that tunny common article rme up st s petll ort-- r n th Mjers onemt s tstthot imtnrtmcnt. Tbi from tho cro'vd on the shore, nnd they ra aow mado of It rhsrur, ss smratlrd, by an shnost ucin were tnken up and reptated by those on j . Imous vote, snd T.III to rtntd to the senste Tit- - library of Prof. Zarnecke of tho 1h resolution truvldln for th sptwlnt tlio crnlscra. As soon as the Kdtfar unil I'hactun University of Leli,sle haa Wen pur- tacnt of a roromlttro of ttirt-- 1 memtwrs froit to todlty, ilm tndet. sLd M CHtne to anchor preparations were chased and presented to Cornell nnher-slt- esh Soti.e peacrsl tatutc to transfor tho orlh. the of .t friend. The collection, which aloitedln !h rotnr It cjseKentucky, w.i made on tioanl tho them defense, ship from the cn coast to embrace orer IS, 000 volumes In reputed sis. The borne n-- .t t)is Mil tntrcdured lit survivor here. The is to to surpassed ly but low librarian I llr.Wlltsti. ol Newport. rMltlln(r the isuint Orion, which roonatotlonod Four ofllcori made f limarmcnt booda, with in amendment of transfer was the world. men, who nro sick or tttnl by Mr. Ootlnton, j)rohibttln and twcnty-oni . tn litis statu us A ItOTAI. commission of England oa Jaa Mi rhail II If Ilk lh rommlnloncr of In who wnt hurt In the accident wero among the mimlwr transferred. All tuberculosis haa nlmoAt completed ox fursura Hi J.iiiimi,, he trrmsrt thu sick and injured i ui una a i.. pcrlinenlsto aliuw tho ejTeci on tho iolilirrn Ths.ljlKur brought nre dolr.g welt ' u n r b. ..f u.j .A .1. lglitcen oilleers meat of bacteria Inoculation on the I Wo toatrol el te Insurance rtllmfnV- I a and 110 men, and the I'hneton nine ...... u..uM I...-- L .. II .stocky .It Uespected Uint the final re l ML ...... I prnm I III ua flHt.lnninifM and 127 inch', V total of twenjy- Sport in autumn will result In a material paMed the bill to provide ;J1' rrotrctlon foi change of law governing- the iuiporU ctmmlci" rtjolalulic cities of Ox aennd clss seven odlcers and SOT men. An of tho running down Hit aensle rcfuied to ronrur In the hottat tlon of cattle. smen-troto the .barter fcr (he ruvtromrnl of tho Victoria declares that tho cause T. II of rlllra r.f the xrmwtcla.a. ami a roinrahlwol KoiillHO In horticultural ball tixeltei runfrrenre waaspi.dntfd. Th'iwnainadoiiird of the disaster was the Imposslbllty of turning sixteen jiolnts when the ships eicjulmx more comment than the top of the co rrustor nor- -l tin. two wero only six cablo lengths apart This ntijrn.e ihonnnl wpl-llo- n coamtt tree from Lake Worth, Kla. IU uI. held, from statement Implies circuit attraction rests In tho fact that tho eourthouwa. where the bill auihorlilnf count) Tryon, In ordering that Vice Admiral the irot.'or. of the maneuver kntmn are among' the foathory fronds eusrts to submit the (irorwjililos tor county aral liuta nt Jut ai they grow. There are In tho removal to s vols of ihe rousiy Tb femo un t as changing columntho the time ho did, accident was responsible for rirluJes Kenton, hut Caii.pUlI aaiue oihlbtt some cocoaunt tree Just wa Mfd. An olllrer, who was on eye witness of W Hie prorltlvn of the bill ablth starting- from tho nut. a.krd thst CampMl t la the whole nlTair, nfter detailing how Senator Nmman ' I . eludrd In th bill. had stovo Cainpcrd-i Mil irfulallnr tbo liability ot the ram of the llorsc-T- be Sour cncKK, MoDowell county, V. 1" U'o hull of tho Va., It a remarkable stream. The creek railroad omsales tn aulla fur damacra (or U an enormous hole water line, said thnt et the passe a hamlet called Vivian, and Jgrlea Inrurrctt by the hrllxnceeour Tne ntf Victoria a. nts, collision (s fostinned by the about a mile tolow returns, runs .r.mrni for Kenton munly are sot to be Jmct Immediately after the like lead, began to settle cent ss rumcml to the the Victoria around a tract of land atout a half rslmt rlhtrrn minutes the vessel was The mile wide and then pane under itsalf. alarm of llarlttrcna. now board ot equallta-Ho-- , anat In four over, her tow a under n -- f .lnn hrrn TliU freak 1 canned by the lay of tho the ssncsiirirnt to ft main stbaa ri'wnl to allow turned partlyofllecr with Ihe tlgtrrt, ViTltcr. The added that ho did land, which aliik plrally. n bit aiU tmllmrolcl Ataetoor l'iih not see u single man jump overboard . II The ttftt .tr.rnla for Kenton county at .L until the order was given for every Commkntixo ou tho fact that It coula CnsaUi thirty million dollsn. to save himself. Many ot the Trie aenate riiAnsroHT. June Uncle Sam I7M a ahot to totennnon reronaldrrrd the a iiroprlstlon III. tho largeit men were good swlmmem, but they plate and guns, the Laramie Hepubllc-a- n Iteool whlrh wa I.IV). the bUI ot the jnibllc wert- - unable to get a safe distance from arrives at the Tery plauidblr. theory printer for forainhlos the Pally C.ntiol to thr the ship tafore she turned completely Ii The tliat If tho tents are sucrcMful It will tnrmtera dutln-- ; the session and They were went down. over cost some other power more than that but was rrrwried lo the houe, si.J hnd Ua flril caughtand the vortex caused by the In readlan Thstlll rrlsllnr tocbarnableln.tllu-llonHi fool with your fncle Samuel. w at rrporled from the hou lo iho aenals foundering ship, and their strength nnd treatment comes IiIrIi, but we wl'h number ol Important smendrocnta which ability ns swimmers nvullcd them nothmust hava It had tieeu aJoplc-- t In a bunch. The .mate f ing against tho suction, which drew utH t ronror In ai.jr 11 arorndinrnta, and e them down. tho bill Amoxo the many Russian articles of cnmmltteean reported bick. Tt.e confarencs upon ths Times correI.omm)x, July came lo sn wm and beauty now Imported to this house arocnJmnt to Ihesfireraeai tor (hexor spondent at Mnlta l.Tho ibirtcr snya thnt In spite of country are fflrdlesforfemlnlna waists. ertimentof rllltsof th aecend clan and the the Interdict placed upon the mouths anair killed TUy srt, S! tho i'.aiilan orsa aenate adopted lh- - repo'1 T" pTtfr,m iJ of the survivors, h learns that I HI the the lnenta, ;on;eous to tho lust degree. medical collcretxhleh Cve of nnciaimeddraC Tryon admitted that the reIhe ruito-lThe irlrdle Itself Is made of eluth woven bodies for pur:ct tf cent accident was oil his fault adopted Pena o nl-,- ri with threads of pold or silver. Thn llorstTbe bou.e Markhum, realizing the ih buckle Is usually a large metallic affair fciufOdmeat to lb senate bill auihcr n vot of executing tho order tobrnl.tton of eounlf leal reu.okal i ihe ii iun rfu KlnklnK of Ilia for the Hlill't to Turo According to lilt Ordrra. to lllitme for tlio llooin Now Eleht Hundred and Increasing. riirr-- i tret ,c imu.i-i.M- I. Prom Ft.e lo Keren Feet of nr of Ihn.Unfor at nate I'eiiple Are WufTerliiaj 'rol14M 'yKjtho Tangs nf Hunger. lliilrhtown-Ma- OfCcngrrM Called by Clsvetnml to Con. vpne Aucnat 7. New York Bankers Regard the Eatra Wasiiixotov, July After a long Session as Bound to Prove conferenct. with lib e.ibinot Friday, Trenlilcnt Cleveland Lsued a proolntnii My It If Vnt lleneflt lo thr Country, convening congress In extra sesla thr Itrtt '.Thltii; Hint Cnnlil llnvssion on tho soventh of August Tho llniiM-uritlrr.Uam t'nya tho Shr- proclamation reads: limn Act Mill lie Urpralnd- 1 t n HXECUTIVK MAK.IO-- J, - -- 1 pi) lu. bn y i, 1 o Whfresa, spprebcnttou eon Suddejslr. 'crnlog the thodittrvSl flnanctil sltui:loa whlih nerves , and nlmost without warning, thojrt-- J", tuilocaa circlet, htvs s'resdy oiiuedgrest lentlcss waters pourln througltfte kwi snd dsmago to our p"'P'e, snd threaten to ;:; cT crevasse, now SOO feet vSc iripule our merchant, stop tho causing dlitrcn ptivatloa down tho Now river last ruoHUj farmers snd withhold freia our workingtoour sucnt raca tha Vage of labor. currvlnif destruction and terror in Wh'reat, the perilous pMtlmli largely the unfortunate Kith. Many of tho reialtof a flnanclaf poller wft'ch Iheexecullrs pie aro yet enduring tho panga oi braccb of the RJvemmciil rlndi etntiodlcdln L'er. for thev hav.i no means of relaws which foriunatidn pelled, by eongrers mutt tio eieculcd until Intf food, and It will bo Now, therefore,!. OroverCletcls.nd, president deed If all will to succored before t th and exposure llnd victims amjwg um United (ttatci In pTMlsmsilon n eon- detlirn them. So far ns reported up to SiMfSej that uorai aoty ao or tbl cccorlon Sn extrsordln.ry evening ten lives have baen 1oScHi coattnlng of bMh ho sen f eongreaa of ths tho white girl, three colored men, oMJ"ffc)l- - UnMfdStatca In Ihe city et Vathlngton on tha Nr.w Ohlkans, July 3. I Jljir-vntlo- w Prtu. ..k . . ofli-ecr- rye-wltnc- I- -- oun-llcao- f -t amend-rneo- -- rr t 1 I t waa-k- wholly unalTrCtl by the crerasiesof 1S32, ItV'Jl and 181CJ are now several feet under water, and localities heretofore liolfaved to lie above overflow wero submerged Sunday. An idea of the extent and depth of the Hood may be formed from tho fact that there Is from five to seven feet of water at Dutchtown, and that Capt Henry Doyals' house U tho only ono nlong the'etrliro extent of New river settlement, a distance of some twenty-fiv- e miles, with Its floor still above tlia surfuee of the flood. The water was on a stand at Capt Doynls' all day, nnd it Is hoped tin steady decline of the river will affect the backwater at least sufliclently to prevent any further rise. ROBERT P. PORTER, of tha Centos llureau. ders oreil woman unci live colored qi.lMjivii I whusa names have not been learTM.t Tho Now r(rer country hstyjjSsJaC oeen overiiotren, has compared In' depth, c'xtciitor the rrSythlrd congress nrercq ilred to lake notice proclamation coming. The one oi niaabora atatrd. and attendat Itic time nnd suddesscis of ' blais that now covers H hi places that were OfVea under my ban! .d Iho s'st of Ihs f tOjtliy-eMttfch- vunarvrr'vv? Wf Nr.w Yoiik, July 8 Lending bankers nnd financiers agree thnt tho president haa acted with good judgment In calling un early extra session of congress. rresklent (leo. D, Williams, of tho Chemical national bank, said: "This la the tost thing that possibly could havo President Cleveland deUippcned. serves to bo commended for his prompt action. I consider tho calling of a ses sion of congress on August 7 as most wise Tho effect, It strikes me, Is aure to to ifocxL D will tend to restore tho temporarconfidence where It hns 'Truth davot Atuuat next at the hour of noon ily impaired and prove of bcmttlt to the p")p' may - rrllrvrd toslnens interests throughout the coua-- 1 r'"- - lefftsHttoa from present ttsdimpetdro. tho further lssuo of ccrtlfl on-1tr"V.-"Ah.- to 'July I, r!l v the crushing defeat In- Kialcylini last fall n few been Insisting that the irty is bound by its plat- Iges and Its commission pie lo an immediate re lit according to the ex es of free trade. It is unci Wcller would call a that these same quick psrty duty and popular republican oribtnocrntlc. re beenstiff protectionists t preachers of tho doctrine iff Is our sole defense strial servility and the pau- - Msleontrul. ItnlMHtau-aatthacllyW'sahlngwa on tho JOthuay of June, In the year of oar Lord, one tight hundred and ninety three, snd of pe Independence of the United States the onenundred snd aventren h. j OrorgnCt.EVEt.ANa at-Sr- istv Ten- ard a re-- ss; Vlce-Admlr- al y Hear-Admir- tdeucd with llyznntlne decoration. Am. tho principal actors In the Panama ncandal are confined to their tad. Hertz b dying at liornctnonth. In l.'ur-lauFerdinand do Lessep Is mentally and physically a wreck. Charles do Leweps Is In the hospttal at St Louis M. Marlus Is In the Inflnnary of tho Nelum prlkoti, and llaihut Is In the hospital of the prison of pr. j - . ., roim.A,8D cement, aeconliny to the Kanltary I'lumtr, hiia leei" put Co a newuMv, It Is uow substltutod for the more expensive rublier and asbestos preparation for wickln steam Joints. From extensive practical trials this packing Is found to txi quite as efllclent as tho others hitherto env ployed, and Its cost Is only that of the other. ut oue-tent- h Ktainpes. when thanked re cently for the (Trent worK done by her huslnnd and herself In founding- tho university at 1'alo Ato, fuld; "Tk no) call It a kindness on our part; we should not bo thanked, for the reason that we had to sacrifice nothing. If we had mado a personal sacrifice to en able us to build the university we Mna. HiAroRi, might conscientiously gratitude." accept your :S trndo In Almost the ole the United States Is that of tho deep water pilot At most of thn important waport") cllotagn has lcen confined for irenomtlona to a few families. Tho Delaware pilots congregate, nt Lewes, where they hare lived these many gen rratlona. To be a deevwater pilot la Delaware Is to lo ft man of consldora-tlowith houses, lands and portable goods ashore, a snug hotae, a well-clafamily, and local honors of various sorts. AcconniNU to a recent skoivlng of the military equipment of Kurope, tho kulscr's country leads the world In tho alxe of Its military establishment, hav Ing IncrenscHl from a aioblllilng ftrnngthof l.noo.OOO in 19(19 to 8,000,000 In Iftf'i, positively the mnst elalmrato military display mado by any of the Kuropean military powera. Next to Germany's strength is that of Franco with 4,330.000 men; ltussla is third with to the 4,000,000, Italy next with 8,5X0,000 and public printer lo time snd intendent ot public Instruction flvo hundred Austria next with 1,100,000. copies of the Isw rooecrnlrg tho statu sgrlcul-turs- l hen-ditarjd-' n, uie nt d S- .J to deviate sixteen points while tho columns were so c!oe, "did not respond promptly, but tho Victoria again signaled, "Whatarc you doing?'' Thereupon the Cumpcrdown obeyed the order, it Is asserted that Staff Commander Smith, of tho Victoria, remarked to Vlon Admiral Tryon, ''There Is no room for the shlv to turn In," but Trvon replied, "Lcthergo," Then It tocumc a question which ship would strike the other. Tho Camperdown the struck -- . Victoria. '.- -. ,.!. .i mi . "'fj'ii ll.Na.rlar,Jly t.KKSAe? VhoTsns SETTLED AT LAST. trr-- tuna for huTdlus psatml tho bill ch.Mlnj nurt In the Nineteenth Judicial dlatrlet.Isw Thr Tho Iron and ! r It hlglied-Tl- ia hit bill amerdlnf Ibe central ccrforstlon CnmurnmlMt ItlfTrtrrt t'pon ttm llit.l. of tntb home, bren rnrc.lrd. anil Is rrad Ijt.t Vesra Mcate. The rovrmoi spprorsl. fur Ihe purrner l'lTTsiiUMOlf, July l.Tho Iron and K. K. Hum-- a nominated l'hl'ip II, larf-iter- . ruattesot th stall steel sheet sc.ilo was settled at 1:30 n1 John W f atnrw lo tf snd tar senate proreptlf Friday morning, nnd work In these colored scilunsslme ly Tnflrmei) Ihrrn. Thry are all rdanls will continue without Inter th's.-n- s Vmnkfo-- t of ruption, except for repairs. The con ItoraK The conference eomralltre's report on the hntli-- r tor ctttea of lie arecmd elsn ws ference was In session from 10 o'clock hour rejected. Il l pmbableihs Uov llrownmaj Thursday morning until tho retohtinc Ihe pneral aumtlr sflrr It sd stated, when an agreement was rcacliea iiccsr, is rw,M" "hA charter bill fci nnd the scale for the ensuing year rraolulkm wsi cities of the aeeondelat sdopled In the hou- - prrri n that Ihe tratlon signed. The manufacturers wanted a 10 per on Monday at 6 o r k In order that sit bualnraa my Iw flnuinl by ruxn, thi cent reduction, nnd a compromise was Mr rrttllt finally effected upon tho basis of last (or ndjournmrnt hour nted rraoluilon, rtijulr.nit the i -- aldent to recenv c.rn.l to thr arcrcury ' war the oullny year's scale, the workmen agreeing to to flnl.h the submit to tho arrangement or n new of Ihe ll.s3l.0V mpropru' Kentucky, wai schedule of wages In the event of a re Improirmcnliof lherlir Includlcc Sslt, duction In the tin plate tariff. adopted, with amendment suihorlilnn Urrensnd llarrrn rrrr . The settlement will affect 15,000 men ue bonds to pay ell lea of Ihe aeconJ ria mills In various parts pMed- - Senate and twenty-thre- e ferthoeon.lructlonof ae. Mil requiring pleadlnin In Mjuliy eea to ti of the country. p.trt The Mil The Iron manufacturers and Amalgaflhln ed within atsiy be seven eJeruy spproprUtlnrftliM ch f mm who ka aclitlas rhipia n ot the buaie. mated workers resumed their scalo con. ference nt 10 o'clock Friday morning-iaed. y sessenate An and perhaps niAXKroiir. July 1- concurred In the house atnr menu lo sion Is expected, ns tho scalo must to bill snd ps.el agreed upon, or the mill close down llottis-lbehowranqi' mer the spput. Notices were received snd reform Friday night prlaltoa bill, and m my retren. im-were made but li t o ly went throutrh nt Amalgamated headquarter that tho wtlb nal a alncle vola to. are. A mes.sre Cincinnati Hulling Mill Co., of Cincinfrom tho joVernor snnouneo that ho hsi ap. nati, nnd the Muskegon Iron Co., of preird Ihe bill atncndlnr pritate cerpnrsllona Muslo-goMich., have signed tho scale. set-The suirodinenl put. ilato tnaursnre me l'Jtlnf, ss forelin Then are no puddlcrs In either estabeonipaniet uivin ihe The poernor 1m slao kn'fvcil lishment l'to ding for the he Inllowlnc bills The fires in ull the glass ftorics levy snd collection of s tsx in cer- were drawn Friday for the usual sumeummos school dturMs lo pay oft tain down. The bottle plants will outntandlnr Indliiednen. neurreil by the mer shutlu six weeks, but tho window the truitres ct ssld ilistrlett In act, erection snd resume smcndlnt on glass and flint glass factories will not eipilfment of schcolhou.rt act relating lothe alata i.lrnt!arle; to stnrt iipuntll September 1. The window aisle hrd of phannscy, defining Its glass scale will bo presented nlnmt SepIhe practUe dulle and power, nl to ot pbumacy In this comuionweslth: set tember I, and the factories will resume soon nfter thnt date as an amending sn set for the goiernment of cities of thn slilb clsa! tha resoiu'ion directing the agreement can to reached. superera of Ihe county, and pataed ih nil Thr fcouan rrcontldervd ihe voto by wh. h Kepre arntntlre Myera' amtndmcnt Inrra'lnrnl Co. wat adopted. atJ drfrslctt the amendment which p'secd the )mpiulet CE-it- r tte csatret ef the tntcrsrv nrpartment snd required them lodepmlt Hf -"o prt cent a with lbslit tbeir rroai of tn.ursnc- - Thr furthrr condWrranon ot the bill whlihprohlblla Ihe cumpshl". rmm oper unttt stint In the atate at all wat Salunlay The hoae rtcfratrd the .inriKlment t,l.lchan rtiilairlrt-.tt the ln tne arranfmrnt of thsrous tra of llrvaih lit, I r snd Wolfe, fdiftoHs and Morgan, In the ciik'tna! bill paaaril Mine daft sr -M-o! & I 1 1 nil-daall-nig- the ccnsui I'orter, hns tendered his resignation again to Secretary Smith nnd has asked that 11 to accepted at once. Immediately after the Inauguration of I'rcslfl dent Clct eland Mr. I'orter handed his resignation to tho new secretary of Uio Interior, but conveyed with It a request that he to permitted in retain possession of the ofllco until certain matters of importance hud been cleared up. It was Mr. I'orter'a desire nt that time to remain in charge of tie census ofllco until Its official death In Decomtor next Air. I'orter, howevqi, for sometime pasthns toen Interested jta other business affairs outstdo the. census ofllco and a condition has n W arisen that demands nil his tlmo a xl attention. He states moreover that t e census work Is now so far advanced m to to practically completed, except jot editing and printing, and that the work can to carried forward to nltlmnto completion br anyone who may to deslg nnti-i- i lit Scerrtiirv Smith. Mr. l'orier. in'hlsletter asking that MrresIgn-(fl2- J be at once accepted, states that tr census Is now In such condition that ) can with propriety retire from Its control. P. lilt Itr.lguallon. Wasiiisoto.v, July 3. Hon. Itoberl l'cters, pastor of tho liloomtngdak church, at Houlevard nnd West street In his remarks Sunday said: "Tho pardon of tho surviving participants of the Chicago massacre, in compliance with an understanding entered Into previous to election, shorn to what bargaining politicians will htixm to gain tholr ends. "Ho shows himself not only a for eigner by birth, but a continental Euro penn in his views nnd sympathies. He is not fit for American citizenship and ho ralles as widely at tho tulministra tion of the law ns Herr Most "The governor baa won the applause eleof the dangerously ment In our country, but mado his name a stench In thu nostrils' of cu-rAmerican citlrcn. Altgeld no more represents the FentlmentH ot tin Hermans of tho totter clnss than Juilai Iscttriut docs the disciples of Christ There seems to to no record thnt the governor Is n citizen. Tho anarchists lected htm u Judge, lty lucky real estate speculation he became rich enough to buy the nomination for governor, and tho combined foreign vote of the foreign city of Chicago elected him." Sixty-Fight NEW YORK DIVINE'S Opinion of the I'ardon of the Chicago An areliltta. New Yohk, July 3. Iter. Madlsor A his action of the president was pre In theso dispatches two nights ngJJ In nn Interview with Senator Hnr-r- ll who statM that tho president had ddlarcd to him that In view of the exigencies of the case Ifud tho pressing of the country he would not stand by his former ileclaration, but would call congress together on an csrllt--r date than that originally deslj;- iatcd by him. There is some question us to how Ion J ongress will have to to In acvdnn bo ons anything can to done looking to Ihe repeal of the Shermtn law. Legls- Iitlon can to begun at once In the coin- organization liuvlmr been Jilcted In tho extnt tint fol lowed tho 4th of March. The house, however, will delay complete organization for some time, owing to the necessity of selecting committees, adopting rules to govern the procon ceedings of the Fifty-thirgress and in other routine details connected with tho genesis of a new congress. It is not at nil likely, however, that organization will to delayed as long ns Is usually the vase, u tho nearness of the Christmas holiday ordinarily saps the energy of the legislators and prevents their getting nctlve-l- y to work uuttl after the New Year has tocn ushered In. On this occasion, however, the urgency of the cu.o will undoubtedly lmicl the members to continue In tho labor untl something has tocn done to relieve the country from existing legislation. In tho senate tho silver men may hold back legislation Indefinitely until It becomes a question of physical enmajority will durance nnd tho simply wait until tho question may to brought to a vote. The scenes attend-tng-.thdebate on the federal, elections will probably then be macted. Senator Voorhces, chairman nf tho financial committee, sakl Friday to a correspondent of the Dalzlel News Agency that ho believed the would repeal the Sherman silver bill. "Tho financial htrefs In the country," uid he, "is due to vicious legislation now standing on our statutes, rn-- the sooner it is wiped off tho letter." Senator Voorhees wUl vote for tho repeal of the Sherman silver bill. Senator Harris, of enncsseu, also a monitor of tho committee on finance, holds views similar to those of Senator oorheesnstothuailvi ability of calling sn extra session. Hp It is Win in favor in August of calling an extra for homo tlmo past and his views of this question were given very fully In nights ago, when thca dispatcher-twlie predicted the convening of eingiess at nn earlier date lhan that rigin- Ho set by ally the president net ol tho highly commends President Cleveland! ml stated 1 rlday evening thnt the results of assembling congress at an early ilato would to ap parent In n very short time to restore confidence In tho country. Senator limy, of Delaware, when seen Friday evening stated that whilo he had not ndrocatc 1 an early session lie was In no sense opposed to it Tho dated d e .,. iyiiuii.-- . . uus. "., biinniion, wn inc ...L.1-1....- , iiio is suro to to relieved." Ilotort M. Galloway, president of the Merchants' national bank, said: "I think the president's action in calling a special MAsion so early is wise. There is only one thing to do, nnd thnt is for congress to repeal the Sherman net I think It the duty of every man, democrat or republican or opulist to vote for the repeal, as It is the only thing under the present condition of affairs that will avert a serious disaster to the country. Wm. Solomon, managing partner of extra session Co., saId;-"Thpcycr means tho 'repeal of tho Sherman law, and that means that sound finance will to established. It will help us abroad wonderfully. Europeans will to convinced that wc aro honest in financial affairs und do not propose to pay our debts in depreciated currency." A Sons, Harvey I Isk, of Harvey aid: "The news that Mr. Cleveland will cdnveno congrevs in extra session on August T will canso great rejoicing and gcnernl satisfaction throughout tho land. The tension among business houses of all descriptions has tocn so trrcnt in the last few days that the welcome news that nt last a radical step has been tnken in the repeal of the silver act will do much to restore confi dence nnd probably unlock much Tho responsibility hoarded money. will be placed where it belongs on 1 tolieve that coiign-congrets nnd will not dare disotoy the mandate of tho people." John Clews of Henry Clews it Co., said: "Mr. Cleveland has at last decided to do something. The whole country has lieen appealing to him to call nn extra session of congress nnd icttlc this question. He finally has determined to listen to the people. Place the responsibility where It belongs with congress." Indianapolis, Ind., Julys. Wnlter Q. (Ireshnm, secretary of state, was at the Hates honro Saturday. He has tocn visiting hts mother In Harrison county nnd stopped over hero to see a few of his friends. He was asked by n rcjortcr: "Have you seen that Ircsi-deCleveland hns called congress to meet In extra session on August 7?" "Yes, have just noticed that in the morning papers, nnd I am very giad, Indeed, that ho has done so. 1 believe there was a general demand for n meeting of congrcsscnrllcr than September, ind tho call, I think, will do much toward allaying the doubts that exist us to tho outcome of the financial condition." "Do you think congress will repeal tho Sherman net?"' "I certainly believe it will. I will .ay, too, that two weeks ago congress would not have repealed the act I know whereof I speak when I sa, .,-,- vrrUinMe'tMmb tZl vss.m&xatm wnea imsmzA mi iy tnem it,vJli ie dora, so not icti the obstaclcav that progress havo been forcibly swcptwlde It will make Its triumphal marOV vtndcr its own wise and conservative IeaiTen and by such stages a shall make As victory n permanent reform and not. a violent revolution. As Mr. Clcvclnnd said In accepting tho nomination; It is neither a destructive party nor docs it propose to tolerthat has for ate any its object a forced contribution from tho earnings of the masses to swell directly the accumulations of a few. It understand that after four years of republican e.xtrBvnganec and pen sion profligacy wo shall havo to collect from tho Amerlcnn people for "some years to come larger annual amounts than were ever collected from any n cent but popular, that It must not to changed except In the direction ot higher protection, that all the ills th labor. idden facing about? Is It bwly politic is heir to aro duo to the a genuine conversion, oris democratic party, and that the larger so lintel nl to them that part of the voters of the United States ' to purchase Its over- - aro little totter than fools led by mein latlon which, they hon- - Utile totter than knaves. Like Mir. meaas detriment and Itcecher'a dog, who baked himself to a As the demo- - I state ot exhaustion at the mouth of dlilnoV heed Ihein wbcnl tho bolt front li5c!l.s-r?rW"L,Jute rt i long BfUmrr aju '1 n v S ljMfclMlHMM-lfc-- i SElrr"', rxaLT-wf- ''iil iff :c t claim nt other people by methods having any to to called taxation. It will strive to place the burdens where there Is most ttrength to bear them and wtoro th'ey will weigh most lightly on tho production nnd trade of the country. It understands that tlio best nnd the onlv wnv under frcp government to protect labor Is to free from taxation the materials with which it works, thus Insuring for its products the wider markets whlsh mean toth steady employ ment and eood wages. It understands that commerce is not war in which there Is a victor and n vanquished, nor yet gambling In which there is a win ner and a loser, but a mutually beneficial transaction In which both parties get the largest returns for their labor and all share In tho advantages or cacti. It knows that whatever Increnso of Imports may corao through lower du ties must necessarily carry with it nn increase of exports, the products of American labor, and that with the en terprise nnd keen trading of our people every dollar's worth of home product sent out will bring us in return a dollar's worth of foreign products, with n good profit to boot TnrllTLrefopn, therefore, as the duty t,.tofuro- - the democratic: party hum). looks fto results to permanent and beneficent results, reached through. principles. It does not propose a sentimental chase after free trade regardless of present conditions and interests, nor, on the other hand, will it fear free trade wherever, In the ordinary pursuit of sound policy, it may overtake it It looks to the ilbcration of what aro known ns raw materials from the tuxes which throttle production at its source and thus rob Intor of employment; to such moderate rates on finished products, levied for revenue purposes, ns will insure and make possible honest competition, but not monopoly In our own murketh, tnsnch higher duties on luxuries ns will draw tonntlfully to the to correct from the abundance of the And H especially looks to such vigorous and thorough simplification of , iititlf Vrtotrtlfr?t trs r vk.s rcn4ni4int-fi.V'- i MW'a, On the other hand, in the democratic party there Is a little faction of disgruntled politicians who set out some eight years ago with the notion that tho American people would never democracy unless It was thickly veiled In protectionist notions. They have seen protectionist notions carried out to their logical conclusions by the republican party, they have seen them rejected nt a national election which, for the first time In a third of a century, placed the democratic party In power In every branch of the national govern ment and they havo seen Mr. Cleveland's manly honesty and candor approved by the most striking popular victory won by any presidential candidate since the war. Hut they cling to their superstition that protection ia still the policy most firmly upheld by the American people. And since they cannot forgive Mr. Cloveland for having made their gloomy predictions ii ridiculous, they are now seeking to embarrass him by calling upon him to demand a sweeping reduction of the tariff, without regard to the necessities of the treasury cherishing the fond hope that in this way they can arouse against him the populor protectionist prejudice In which they continue to believe. They also, llko the McKlnleys of the other side, have learned nothing, nnd keep up their tiresome barking toforo tho empty hole. Hut while politicians whoso business it Is to know what tho people really t wish, manifest this persistent stupidity, the great body of tho people of the United States are guided by common sense. Just now they are not worrying themselves much about protective tariff legislation, and still less about partisan politics. Tho future Is a little doubtful to all, and to some gloomy. There Is time enough to think of legislation when congress meets and parsv tisan poiltlcs can wait even longer. )a '1st when occasion arises It will to A' found that public opinion Is definitely settled as to two merely protective clement shall to cleaned out of the tariff as rapidly and 5T thoroughly as circumstances will permit, and tho other that the requirements of revenuo shall to duly considered and provided for. And for these things they will trust tho president and congress N. Y. Times "-rWSV.K tol-cra- to -- 1 I'l. DELIRIOUS DRIVEL Tha Senseless Charges or Katlle-.Jral- n Itourbon republican newspapers llko tho New York Tribune, and bourbon republican speakers like Gov. McKln-ley- , In attempting to make their constituents believe that such commercial that" o RESTAURANT ON WHEELS. The Church Temperance fcoclely Knter-prl- tr An Areoiniuodatlnn for Flremryi on Duly. Nkw Yoiik, July 3. Tho handsome lunch wagon of the Church Temperance society, which hns tocn standing in Union Square during the night time for the last few weeks, went on perma is tlio outcomo of the negotiations which have toon in progress be tween l'ire Commissioner l!rny nnd tho Church Temperance society, nnd Is solely for the benefit of the firemen, who thus find light refreshments at their hands while at a big lire, for tho rchtnumnt on wheels will to dragged to that part of the city where a lire may to burning. It will to drawn within the line, und th men can roako uso of the opportunity It offen at thoir pleasure without cost to themselves, for the expenses of the experiment treasury rich. nent duty Saturday. This iirniugeiiiuiil effect of such a psvcologicul in UP THEY GO. vegetable Is about to be Introduced to tho people of tho United States through the department of agriculture. It In tho root of tho calla Illy, which somewhat In appearance tho ordinary Irish tuber, with the addition of a few fibrous roots that have nothing to do with the qualities of tho articles ns an esculent So prollflo and p.iln table is the root of that plant that their propagation In many parts of tho United States may reasonably be looked forward to an an agricultural Industry of the future. A KKW bill providing for snd mechsnlrsl cell lighting Ihe governor's mtn.ion with electricity Instead of gas. lit--: r.Aiihl.v and li IL Dexvllt formerly of Clnrlnnntl, fought desperately on tho street ut Frankfort, tho other night Larkln slashed Dcwltt several times with n knife, nearly cutting off his left hand nnd making several ugly Cashes on Ixith arms. Hewitt broko n heavy cano over l.arkln's head. A tost ki'Ick has lnen fstabllshed at Imlay, lcsllo county, and lllchnrd T. Wilson CQinintaalnned ns jHistiniister. I.v the noted case of 1). 11, Wiles who has liecn on trial in tho ( hrlstlan circuit court for the murder of Walter o days' Weaver, thu Jury, nftcr returned n verdict of not at Chief Co.ssTnuoTOii Ifixciwoii tho Washington navy yard has mado a calculation showing the enormous forco of the blow that the Campordown dealt n upon tho Victoria. Ho says tho has a weight of 10,000 ton,, and was moving at a rato of ten knots per hour, or 10. 8S feet per aecond. Thia would give an iropaotof to.OOO foot tons dollvered by tho sharp ram of the Thai is equivalent to tho blow that would bo stmokby'a railroad train consisting of six I'ullmnn cam drawn by tho heaviest nj looorootlvest any one of ISO tons running at a speed of fifty milts an hour. f.m... lis n J A dkcisio! of Importance to washerwomen and laundries haa been made by a Kentuoky court A colored woman who took ISO worth of olothlng to wash roturned none of it, but sold every article. She was arrested on a charge of grand larceny, but the oourt held that her offense wiis a breach ol trust, and did not constitute grand larceny and she was dismissed, Under this deolilon the laundry business ought to take a boom for nobody'i olothlng bolonii to anybody in particular and tha lajwdry tea ayqtloa of its entire ImUWe at tlatf without mw ifLJaVtJMB Ul ma bain u. - ii.. j A the northern Jones, colored, portion of Christian count. fell "to a liollcr of hculdlng wntcranil was burned to dcutli. At their weekly meeting the other day tho ministers of Owoiihlro agreed to dlspeiiM) with their next Sunday night meeting, nnd Join each other In u tiuiun gcwpol meeting ngain-- t liquor at tho tabernacle. Tn K Kentucky homo at the fair conTo IteatrU-- t Copper Out put. tains ono of the 10,000 rifles used by I.onpo.v, July 1. Tho Financial ".WW Dunlol lloone, tind one of the News says that the representatives of hnntliig-kntvi-- s ho left American and l'uropcan producers of lS'KWft has leen received from llevcr-lcopper, with the exception of thongunt n vllngo houth of Hopltmsvllle, lu of ono small American group, liavo regunl to n dltllcnlty that oo urred In u sgrcetl to renew thorompact, which extleld near there tatween Cui'uui i.iiio pire! restricting tho output of fluid and some colored hantVt oi work, that metal. became nnd during which the latter Gold Import. ery Insolent and threatened Mttle-- ' Nkw York, July 1. The steamer lleld's life. Leaving the field lie went and got his gun and tired on lh colored Columblu, which arrived Friday mornleader, nillng hts neck with shot, In- ing from Southampton, brings 1300,000 flicting an ugly, and it la thought, fa in gold coin, consigned to Mosirs. Bar log, Mtgoun fc Co., oi New York. . tal wound. - . -y, r child of Simon Htork Values Aro Improved Clceland'i I'riHlainntloit tho Kvldr-u- Cauar. Nkw Yoiik, July 3. President Cleveland's proclamation had a magical effect on values at the stock exchange vvTlLIAM KLINE, Saturday morning. Everything on tho list scored Advances, and tlio Improve- TliaVlcllm of a .My.tfrloua Aaaanlt la Dead nent ranged from to 9 per cent The at Inillsnapolla. William tours wero heavy buyers, and In their I.NUUXAroi.is. July 1. Kline, tho victim of a murderous as- eagerness to cover, bid prices up on ' i,.-- sault with a hatchet Thursday morn- themselves. opened excited with aales'of St. Paul '."llrlghtwood, a suburb nt ing, June fl9 and 0U)i simultan4,000 of Indianapolis, died Friday morning. eously.shares nt Northwost first sold at 1 04J Tho murder was very mysterious. Al- ngnlust l.OS1 Friday night, nnd then though Kline recovered consciousness to 105Ki without Intermediate completely nt Intervals, he either did jumped Hock Island got up to 71, utid not know or refused to toll who had sales. assaulted him. His wife says she was St 18111 untl Omaha to B. There wai during tho tlmo good buying for Investment account In an more confident when tho assault was supposed to and, taken altogether, a feeling prevailed In financial circles. haye bflun made. The Fleon Sails. l'Viutlio Annretilsta. Nkw Yoiik, July 3. The Falcon, the Hkiink, July l.Tho federnl council ship of Lieut Peary, tho Artllo exhas order thnt all state nnd ndmlnlstra- - plorer, sailed from her wharf lu llrook-lylion buildings bo placed under military ut C o'clock Sunday evening. Tho surveillance. This Is done to forstall lieutenant's wife will Join the vessel at tho work of anarchist, who, after their Portland, und will accompany her recent encounter with tho Italian husband to tho northern regions. scabs, havo threatened to take llicir reOhio Man Injured nt Chicago. venge on tho Swiss. CiiiL'Afio, July 3. John Harper, of l.recnvllle, O., while getting off a HelleJ' l'linil XtSI.OOtl. Londc.v, July l.Tho fundtolng col- northbound cnblo train of the Cottage street Sunlected by tho lord mayor of London for drove lino nt tho bci.ellt of tho famiHea of tlnso who day evening, was struok by u southlost their lives In tho Victoria disaster bound train nnd sustained Internal injuries which may result fatally. now amounts toJC21,000. -- -', out-hous- o Lots In tlio Km tern I'urt of the State ti He Tremendous. Mkiipiiis, Tcnn., July 3. A cyclone swept across tlto eastern portion ox Arkansas, leaving destruction In its path. All telegraph wires west of Memphis are down ami Uctallsnrc meager, nut u Is known that tho loss to property Is A bulletin was received by enormous. the signal service observrr at Memphis from Little Hock, Friday night, by the this surplus with the white metal In way of Galveston nnd New Orleans, at srder to teach a salutary lesson to haying that tho wind was blow-nimany ot our mlbgulded cJtlzens who thu rate of seventy miles an hour and will learn in no school but that of ex- that a largo amount of property had tocn destroyed. perience." A7lh;niilli' Swindle. Secretary Cnrll.lt--- . Appointment.. CiiF.vs.vNr', Wyo., July 3. A gigantic Wasiiinoto.n, July !. Seeretatj Carlisle Friday made tho following ap- real estate swindle has just tleveloed pointments: Claude M. Johnson, of Ken- here, In which the Mutual Life Insurtucky, to to chief of tho bureau of ance Co. of New York hns toon deengnivlng and printing, tleorge W. frauded out of f 11,000. A. M. Whitney, Castle, of Kentucky, custodian of dies, acting as special agent lu IMH, purrolls and plates, bure.ia of engraving chased 540 acres of land adjoining the and printing. It Is stated nt tho treas- city vf Cheyenne, us nn investment for ury that no appointment of director ol tlio company, representing that ho paid f tho mint will to mado until the assem- f00,00O for tho property. was paid In cash nnd notes given for blage of congress. tho balance. K. II. Lawton, the special Atl.trnllun Mil or Minn CIimciI. agent of tho company nt Chicago, has Mkmioukmi:, July 1. -- Owing to the Just ascertained that Whitney uctuully cpllapsu o( silver, one of tha llroken paid Jhl.hS'j for the land, the balance of which ho appropriated to his use. Hill mines bus shutdown. Vciirrxbln Typo Itrtlres. Vtil.on in l lu- wine. A (Jalteston Newspaper 1'itlU. PAliKKiisnuim. W. Vn.. July 3. John Pohti.ami, DM.. July 1. Mrs. flAi.VKHro.N, July 3. Tho F.vening and her son. living near Itcd J. Combs has Just retired, at tho ago of Tribune, eonducteil by J. W llurton it 61 years, from thu cuse of tho South meet Its financial Key, were poisoned and tho former ii Hrunch To., tolng unable to lu Intelligencer, ' assignment dead. The boy is In n dying condition and Hnmpthlre county. IIo published a nbljntions, has mado an has toen C. IL nys his father put poison Into souk for tho benefit of .its creditors. compositor on the paper for fifty-nin- e Leo whs iihinrd'shhlgnc p. The liabllltloH whin and mado them drink It. The old At his ndvaucpdngo he eanbtill lit No statement of mull has been placed udernrrest. arc placed nt tS.SMS. and outstrips assolH. hts wifu ntlxc tip the doso nnd set tvie without claims many a youngster who thinks ho can he refused to di .uk any of It. that A lVunsyUnninn In Iitick. tout him. Siiaviokim. Pa.. Julv 8. William Ha Cholera In lluti a llri.nrsbla, Silver Advancing In London. IlUCHAiiKsr, July 1 In Ilutsia liesthore, of this city, received word that Lo.Niio.v, July 8. Thero was an 'do had fallen heir to 500,000 by the! -- sarabla. that is the district which t of 3 pencu In tha price ot stiver ' recant death of John Lick, of obsorv. Vlonged to l.oumau.3, cholera has op lorv fame. The latter Wt an uuw- - Ol I pcared and urnvi fears are entertainer1 hero Saturday, Tho quotation for bar liver is novt Uitit Dence. i. I uasaore. ox a spread or tne aueaio. ted x would be purely nnd would do iiiuehnt preient to Insure a feeling of confidence among th people, but ho did not tollevo thnt much would really to gained by calling a tcsslou of congress before Dvcemtor. tolicve," he said, "that the Interval between March 4 and Decorator would have tocn profitably costly to tho country. Tho lesson would havo been more deeply engraven on tho minds of the pcorle nnd would not so Von to forgotten 1 hoped that there would to no extrt. unaslon, not for pergonal or political reasons, but for tho public wcat. A greater experience with, the vlciousness of existing havo offset nn'.tnclal. .laws would loss. tho financial The amount of bilvcr thnt would have been purchased In that time would not havo amounted to much and tho country could havo niTortlod to load up with fre.s.slnn 1 pur, tariff laws ns will relieve foreign trade from the hnarls and pitfalls which beset the approaches to the custom houses and bring penalties and litigation to tho honest as often as to tho dishonest importer These nre great reforms. They w 111 reverse and undo tho vicious practices of thirty years. They may not all to nttulnnble in a few months or by a single bill but they are tho reforms which the peoplo wished und commanded when they returned tho democratic pnrl.v '" power, and it is now tho duty of that parlv. as we tolieve It is Its honest desire to set about their accomplishment not precipitately and blindly, but without haste and without rest N. Y World. OPINIONS AND POINTERS. have tocn guaranteed. A R KANSAS CYCLON E. The wisest republicans of Ohio realize that loraker has a knifo In his and n scalping boot for knifo ut that Detroit Freo Press to bo butliclcnt H, would tlmo for.the republican party to establish headquarters after It blind novo scared up a few more voters N. Y. World '- T"lie"McKlnley convention's Indorsement' of tho Inst republican national administration wus a pretty tribute to'lho dead, Cleveland Plain Juh.-i.lcy-- Dealer, hj n M-- ., One-hal- Forty-sevent- h er s 1 , further has long had the ointldencoofjtho people, nnd lie has InOn augurated a policy of reciprocity. all unpurtantquestions he doesn't hesitate to tliktt the people into his confi Albany Argus dence. Kdmunds formerly republican lender In the Fnlted States aenate. Is unalterably opposed to the annexation of Hawaii, lie favors no nearer union than that of the closest treaty relations This Is rather un thing for those republlcun rgiins that lire denouncing tho policy which declined to gobble up the Inlands without any consideration of tho rights Involved. Detroit Free Press -- Tlio endeavor of thu administrae tion to use the consular service to tho export trade of tho I'nlted states Is already bearing fruit in rec- iiiimcndatlonli of our consuls that shl'pers study more closely f. .reign trade customs, which nro being ,et forth with great particularity In insular reports Turkey especially at tn. present tlmo offers un Inviting field ' ucricun manufactures of grist mill f ,u.ii'hiier,y, iiwlug lo ccrtalu changes For n, the tax laws of that countn .urn manufacturers with inferior ma tuner,, we may be suro w ill hasten to take advantage of this opportunity, and uuwthat this country has tocn notified It will to the fault of our own manufacturers If they fall to do so. Albany Argus Mr. Cleveland pro-mut' disturbances as the" country has recently toen cxperlonelng are due solely to tho prc&encc of a democratic administration ot Washington, presume very largely on the Ignorance of the persons whom they address The Tribune has been prcachlug persistently for several weeks the doctrine that the public confidence is lacking from the mero fact that the country bus a democratic president Hut It would to a very silly couutry that would throw up Iti hands In despair threa months after It had seated n man In the presidential chair by one of tho largest electoral majorities ever given. If the country had distrusted Mr. Cleveland and hts party It would hove manifested that feeling at the polls last November, and not waited to do itself an Injury by expressing such distrust In May and June. The bourbon republicans also toko it for granted that tho persons they address hnve remarkably poor If they did not they memories would not "challenge a reference to the long list of Important business failures that followed the election of Harrison In 18SS. Between November 2, 18SS, and October 28, 1889, the failures In tho woolen trade In Phllcdel-phl- a alone counted up liabilities of over Almost as soon ns the deH.OOO.OOO. feat of Cleveland was settled big strikes and other laborers began of street-ca- r In different parts of the country. There wero notifications nt reduced wages shutdowns In large manufactories and failures in variousbranchesof business, many of them important, their total number 'for the first six months after Harrison's election being 8,711. All this followed tho success of a ticket which was pledged to high protection and tho turning over to n new numinis-tratlo- n of un overflowing federal treasury unembarrassed by any Sherman silver law. President Cleveland, going back Into office, finds a practically empty treasury and u burdensome tariff law and a ruinous silver law. toth slnco the expiration of his former term, and toth bearing the signature of a republican president To hold him and his party in themselves responsible for tho recent business unrest In such circumstances is nlinout too rldiculoua for serious notice. If the deraocratlo congress refuses to reform the tariff. law ami repeal the silver law Its responsibility for resultant conditions wl.ll Indefinitely settled. -- N. Y. Poo't. Commissioner Peek, of New York, whose fraudulent report was the main reliance of the republican protection campaign last year and who hus lied to Europe to escape trial, will act as correspondent of a protection newspaper syndicate Perhajw our re publican friends over in Ohio knew of this when thev assured us tha other dnv that the Issue of protection was to boas much alive as Com Oov. McKlnley's Nopoleonlc pose will hardly distract attention from th fact that ho voted for tho Sherman law. -- N Y. World. ;" t'-- ; m MtDft '...-MfA.y.ini, l1rTilirftii WilCK ilTHaSsirrrTnar iW-Biui- M,"i..r"-',- 1 li fl i!.o,n - Js Mmsmm-t?mm'mn,vMiTfTXic?fiHmilMllr . i - i- - -- 1 ilf-ifUit 'i Htrri .r . "Ta tit . f rrrr Ta Ml.iasT .nrn in i . I 4i m -- .. tltaTak4wauauaaVi.aTaBaBUriiaUJ-ajajri rwr .' i . nwy .v. --A.Tf . ,, :".: mIwC. i . a i.vIttiS ' . a . t i .i ' ., . w. , . ;. . , :1 iiiimk tf - "' 1 ; - T5' mi. 2S3W THE HICKMAN COURIER. - Prill.kUwF,r4Ti-tfflea-jMk- . City Hall GEORGE WARREN Hlokman, Kantuoky. iaa T ESTABLISHED .".""".'-"'".-T- HICKM N GOURIE y FINE JOB PRINTING WITH MEATKESS KXKCUTKD lift MM.1CT ' r SALE BILLS, trtraat, oit toot la GEORGE WARREN, Editor. m 18. vTns OLMMV WKWVfjmKK IK WIBTERN KENTUCKY. "mn 1 ( i " 181)3. ENVELOPES, LETTER HBAD BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS. ETC., ETQ OAXX AND SEE 171. POLITICAL STUPIDITY. Fat Super, til Ion of l'etulsnt llepuhlU-a-a Malcontents don! nf snlld. worlc able stupidity In politicians of all par ties despite the progress that has bean mndo In the lnstdozcn years. Gov. for Instance, has learned nothing by his experiences since he was chairman of the committee of wsys and means in the house of representatives Ho has started In on his long and tedious canvass of tho state of Ohio, on the lines that he hns followed to defeat over and again since thoso days of brief and Illusory triumph. Ho still will liavo it that his tariff Is not only beneficent but popular, that it must not b changed except in the direction ot higher protection, that all the Ills the body politic Is heir to are duo to tho democratic party, and that tha larger Tlteeo I, n crnrwt y, Price of Subscription. $150 Tme favorable reixirta as to tho sanitary comllttun of Hamburg on rcassur Jnif in tliM luumlii .. ,1.1- - ............. HICKMAN, FULTON COUJJTY. KY.. FRIDAY. JULY 7, t .,. KAYOJt, VOL. XjjBMl. NO. iJUQ lo 30. KENTUCKY LEGISLATE h. ADMIRAL TRYON tn lllsine for the ISInMnK of tho Ilooin for tlie Mlilps to Turn Areordlng tn Ilia Orders. Vai.mta, MiiIU, .lttly l. The llrlt-Is- THE CKEVASSK f h EXTRA ION W1TJI . '!&aSil2tK ISr tae- - v j Iin. Jamks II. Kii.Kt.ANi., professor of eorpV. Latin of Vnnilcrbllt university, Nnsh- ln nr rsllroid, tt telcihono cruisers, ItMgnr and l'hneton, betlllc, Tenit.,hss been elected chancellor :'"''? or ""?mo" ri'r e .miwny. or vre. r Vat llenetlt to the t'oonlry, and Hay It longing to the llrltlsh MedlterrancHti Tliere l from lle lo Seven ..ret of KJ ... . to succeed Dr. K. tt (UHand. retired o. J?. Is thn Meat Thing Hint Could Hire iVM"! ? Mltindron, nrrhed hero Friday, having or the .vnrorew-iml- e at l)otelitnwn-.Msii- y Happened Orrabmii fcnra tho Mier-inaccount of ago and Inllrmlty. tutlon of Iho commnnncoitti ,tult, upon ton on board thosurvlvlngofllccrs nnd crow People Are Wurterlna- - 'ro,"M, Itepe-ilod-. lll Act t- Vletloo thereof In the clrmli court of sn Wkj tho I'aiiK of Hunger. VkUulo, which sunk of the battleship count In which Mil company does bualoe TiaKn-KTI a pccullnr crystallization no1 banknor that off TrIKH, Syria, June 22, In collision of quart. Formerly very rare and !f?1??fur each violation n, ""I '?" "'." " Nkw Yohk, July 3. Nr.w Oiilkaxh, July 3. Suddlr, HO with tho battleship CnmpVrdown. ooatly, lr(f deponlU hare leon fonml ers nnd financiers ngroc thnt tho presiHoi's Th(n:itcauUtltutfortbechartei nnd nlinoat without wornlng, the7rt-lentleAh tho warships, idowly ateamed to in tho western atatei, and In Houlh for iho eovcrLiuenl i f cltl of the eood dent has ttcti'd with g'ooi Judgment in throughjthe wotcra pourIn calilng un early extra session of conm Mr Afrlcnao that nmny comraon article ram upofferedaped il order In the bouan. cli their anchorage cheer upon cheer broke Itcscue crevasse, now 800 feet 1&'t Myer a tatchof amendments. Tb from tho crowds' on the shore, and they ciuilngdlincn id to our Ara notr made of If, sn cpt dow n tho Now river last TiioHUyj faroier snd withhold trcis our working men gress. charter. atneoded, tanned t,r ,n .hnu.t ucan were taken up nnd reptatedby those on Presklent Oco. IJ- - Williams, of tho .. . Imoua vote, ami will be retried tn tne4nt6 tlio crullers. i. currying ucstniciion ana errur m ""ij the Wage of labor Tiik HLmry of I'rot, Zsroecke of th Iho teaolullon dividing tot th npiwlnl Wb'res, the perlrou pHllesh largely the Chemical national bank, said: "Tills ia As soon bb the Kdtrar and I'haetoti path. Many of thu unfortunatoue"i, reaultof a flnanclar poller which thieaecutlve the t thing that possibly could havo men! of committee of three members frou Unlrenilly of J.clinlo tins been plo nro yet enduring tho pnugfi Of lftJ-ger- branch of were to ccdlfi, data the gavcrnment Itoda riatdlcd In un-- I happened. President Cleveland deand presented to Cornell unlrer raah kouac general statute fr, Indei, tod K entile to anchor preparations for they have no means of to transfer tho forth. tti laws which inuat to executed until i, t.lly hfn friend. Tho collection, which adopted In the roil ir at tt ramsKentucky, wai inndu on lount of them serves lo Ihj commended for his prompt bo fortunaah-deeby congre.a from the nil survivors to tho const defense ship lng foKl, and It will I consider tho calling of a ses Now.therefore, I, nrovrrCleTctsnd, prcaldcnt action. rmlrucroYer 18,000 roltimcft, In rrputod to. TLe noir pned th (.ill introduced bt Orion, which H stationed here. The If all will Ihi succored bgfore, ji sion of congress on Angnst 1 as most to be) surpassed by but fow llVrnrlo U Hr.WlliMi, of Newport, pnhlblllng tho ImuIoj partot the voters ot the United States flndvlctrmaauftiT i ins unld State In p- rformsseo of a and exposure transfer was loon mado. Four ofllcer duty do by Ihls niiclamatlon declare wise. ft Inmrtnent bonds wlih id anicndincnlof The effect, It strike me, is sure the world. nre little better than fools led by men ferrd by Mr Myers of Covlnton. prohlbttlni and twcnlv-otimen. who nro sick or them. So fur as rcrt,cl up to KujBiiT that sn extraordinary cevoilon r 'quires Ihs to bo good. It will lend to restore tho i . little better than knaves Like Mr. men r..mi'nriroin operating In IMS llus who wet' hurl In the accident wero evening ten lives have bsven conrcnlng.cf ttoth bo sea of eungrea of Iho temporar A iiorAbcommlMloii of Kngland on moans detriment and dia- - lleccher's dog. who barked himself to a Vasblnjton on tha .V?lliB.lr",!'l,'M,w,,?,nU!.,p,.,r",.lLJmonff the nutnlxr transferred. All white girl, three colored melt, oW oi. Uctted States tn the city ot at the boor of noon. conildcncc. where It linn been bcmttlt to ily impaired nnd prove of tnbereulokl haa nlmrt eomuletnl cuontry? As the derao- - state of exhaustion at the month ot woman and live colorets c.lUjrti acrtatti day tt August next may liijurvd nro dolnif w ! a) end rlbst tho rjeop ihta bo relieved Imslnms InterenU throulrbont the eottn- 10 IKrlmenla to ahow tho rjfici on tha rcmtuintei,of o4 ,4ll .mKK io! Mu't I Ui Mk amibrought tiliehtren ollc-cr- clL orcd names hare not been learnas-- t 'd!d, not heed, them when hole from which thoswoodehuclt, had wliUM) , and Tito lv4lirar . La u,ur is4inTih ienwisuoniromorca.niptwgis.-omua. to tho itartfeer iunn of cnrtlBs Uy. meat of bacteria luocujptlou on ttiellva coairol or ue msursee (IrpsrtmenV. ha4-r- e V NtinXnrti .)fje4 the Tim jfattv river country hyfji-and lio men, and the I'haclon nine pill It U exiMteted Umttlm final re wmimmfmiri I town s'HSHKrenr, Juos -overflowed, ' --The sensit eons and 187 men, a" total of twenty' lieencompared In' but Vtd vntttm tho fill11 iiaVaiTtnwT ,anr port In autumn will rtijlt In i material psssisl the bill to prcrlJe W4tr proiectlon foi seven ofllcers reneo arercq tired io lake notice tins. Tlio situation, on tno wnoic, now dom, so ItNvl not be led depth, citcntor has and S07 men. agt of lawa roreriilno- - tha lutoorta, counties coatsla'rc cities ut lb. teconii clt.s. An ono or ttla proclamation and attend at the time and ever, is sure to Ihj relieved." coming. ? the obstaclcsVi that progress have been until aovcmbcr,w"of tho running down suddenness of Its In pUcca Thowere plaryabotoitutod. The eole refu.oj to cobCW In hi home Robert M. Galloway, president of the forcibly swcptVslde. It will make its tlon of cattle. On the other hand, In tho democratic that a under my hand nnd tho seal of Ihs smrnimentlo th .barter fcr the goTcrnmenl of the Victoria declares that tho ensa that now covers it i , . i a statu at tbc city of Washington on tho Merchants national bank, said: "I triumphal maroV under Its own wise party there is a little faction of disof cities of ihesrciMMtcln-A- . sfKlacxmirltteeof wholly una ftVctcd by the crevasses of lay of June, la the rear ot uur ono KoTuixc In horticultural Jinll oselte casf crecce ws sp(lnte1 Tbf wnair adoptol of the disaster was tho linposslblity of IC33, 16'Jl an'l 1 think the nix'sIdent'S action In calling and ronwrratlvo leac'crc and by such gruntled politicians who set out soma nre ,low acTcral feet turning paints when Uic ship? and eight humlrrdsi'd n'uely three, ond a special session so early is wise. There stages mora cotutuent than tho top of the heo'ttor Ooetiel's amrmlnieiil exclulinfcuun-tica shall make its victory a per- eight years ago with the notion that e Independence of the United Stales Iho popslstlon were only sit eublc lengths apart. This under water, and localities heretofore lih two of flftx flte tboiusn't is only one thing to ilo, nml that is lor manent reform and not. n violent revo- tho American people would never toltree from Lake Worth, Fla. Iu 1 uliove overflow wero subundred snd seventeen, h. courthounei, "here circuit cou-- t I. held, from statement Implies tli.it Admiral huKorcd to Ice congress to repeal the Sherman act. l lution. attraction rrts in the fact that the tfce iroL'or. of the Mil sU'horUlnir count) erate democracy unless It wa thickly merged Sunday. Orovzn CLEVZLssn. think It the duty of every man, demo nutn are among the feathery fruudi courts lo.utimlt the propoiltlosforrountjrscst Tryon, In ordering thu maneuver know n As Mr. Cleveland said In accepting veiled In protectionist notions They An Idea of the extent and depth uf his action of the president wns pre crat or republican or populist, to vote he Hd, t as changing column nt tho tlmo Juitt aa they grow. There are In tho retnorat ton tale of the count? 11 tho nomination, It is neither n destruc- havo seen protectionist notions carried the Hood may be formed from the fact dated In theso dlsp itches two nights etrludes Kenton, but Csinphrll ecroo un wasresnslble for the accident. as it is the only thing tive party nor docs It propose to tolcr-nt- e out to their logical conclusions by the aame eihlblt noma cocoa out trees Jut! of that there In from Ih to seven feet ot ng i In nn Interview with Senator liar-rl- i for the repeal, bill sblih u i.eiL An olllccr, who was an eje witness W lh prorUlun of the the present condition of affairs lartlnjf from tho nut. any tarlfL-- legislation that has for republican party, they have seen them Sen Hor Nesnisn suited thst Csmptwll bn la tho whole ufTnlr, after detailing how water nt Dutchtown, and that CapU who stated that tho president had under ill ' -' vv nvert a serious disaster to the Its object a forced contribution from rejected at a national election which, i . i i eluded In Ihe bill stovo Henry Doyals' Iioumj Is tho only ono dt dared to him thnt In view of the exi that had the lUbllllf ot Uicrauiof tiieCampenbmn country. Sour ciikkk, McDowell county, W, Hot sr The bill reirulsllni ew river gencies the earnings of the masses to swell di- for the first time in a third of a century, neIn tho hull of tho along tho ctrtlro extent of the case ifud tho suits fcr Wra. Solomon, managing partner of rectly tlio nccumnlations of a few. Va., U a rsinarkable stream. Tha crrek rstlros4 romrxntrs In heclljtnc dmse for It an enormous hide water line, said that settlement, a distance of name twenty-liv- e cessities ofof tho country hopic'sltig not placed tho democratic party In power would of fellow Mr Victoria lwlow the Jgrles Incurred bj the A Co., snld"T1iat extra session pasvs a hamlet called Vlrlan, and tails, branch miles, with its that after collision ;ttimnr(l former in for Kenton by Iho home sotThe be Otnmt Immediately after tho like lead, surface ot the 11(xh1. floor still above tlie spnd by hiscongress declaration, but Speycr the repeal of the Sherman law, of Itumlcrstnni's extravagance four years In everyand theyoi the national governmeans havo seen Mr. Clove-landnlont a m!!n below returns, runs ff.mrnt count sr to and cn ment, republican Would call together on nn nnd that means thnt sound finance will the Victoria begnn to settle rumored to the n round a tract of land about a half rstsol elKhtren r cent mnnly honesty and candor apThe water wos on a stand al Capt. earlier date than that originally ilcslg- sion profligacy we shall have to collect In four minutes the vessel was The lc established. It will help us1 abroad from tho American people for 'some proved by the most striking popular mile wide and then paws under ltlf. slsna of It. rlllirni now botrd of equ.Ilts-tlo- ana! by him. her bona under Doyals' nil day, nnd It Is hoped tht here conwonderfully. Europeans will This freak Is caused by the lay of tha tho In .r.'Ion to rtmslo sibss decided to sllow turned nartlyotcr.with the prewnl Bkuiti, years to come larger annual amounts victory won by any presidential candiIliero Is some question as to how Ion wlter. The ofllrcr added thnt ho did hteudy decline of the river will affect scimenl vinced we aro honest in financial land, which sink spirally. snJ coroptlmcnlrtl AtM.sor l'urh ujun Mi not see n single man jump overboard the backwater at least sufficiently t ngress will have to lie In session bo--- o iffalrs that do not propose to pay our than were ever collected from any date since the war. Hut they cling to and w for Kenton Couoir s( L The other people by methods having any their superstition that protection la until the order waa given for every prevent any further rise. nnj thing can Ixi done looking to debts in depreciated currency." CoMMKNTtsto on the faet that It costs crrtste thirty million dolUrs. clnlm to bo called taxation. It will still the policy most firmly upheld by Ihe repeal of the Sherunn law. Legis- jicrson to savo himself. Many ot tho To seoslc Harvey Fisk, of Harvey Flsk A. Son rtiASsroNT. June Uncle Sam I7&0 a shot to trstcnnnnn strive to place the burdens where there tho American people. And since they can be begun St once In the pproprlstlon Mil the lrel men went good swimmers, but they ROBERT P. PORTER, (atlon said: "'Ihe news that Mr. Cleveland for hav plate and puna, the Laramie ItepuMlc-a- n recon.ldered the I.JV), the b01 of the public were unoble to get a safe distance from organization having been com- w 111 cttiveno congress In extra session Is most strength to bear them and cannot forgive Mr. Clevelandpredictions Itcmof hlC9wa nrrles at tho very plausible theory prfnlcriCf furn'.hlDir the PUj C.pllol to lh the ahlp lcfore sho turned completely Superintendent of tlio Cenana llureau, Ten- pleted in the extra session tint fol where they will weigh most lightly ing made their gloomy on August 7 will cause great rejoicing on tho production and trade of the ridiculous, they are now seeking to der Ilia Itealgnatlon. that If the testa are successful It will memlers during the session sul ased tt Thf over and went down. They wero Wasiii.noto.n, July 3. Hon. Itobcrl lowed tho Un of March. J lie house. and gcnernl satisfaction throughout country. him by calling upon him to decost some other power more than that Mil wis reportnl In I lie hoine, sbd had Un fir. I caught In the vortex caused by the ir..tllu-t)ihowever, will delay complete organizaresdlsic. Tho till rrl.tlrr loch.tmWe I". Porter, superintendent of the censut tho land. The tension nmong business to fool with your L'ncle SamnrL It understands that tlio best and tho mand a sweeping reduction of the tion for some tlmo, owing to the necesfrom the bouse to ihetensla foundering ship, and their strength and treatment comes hljrh, but we wph sKssrcirledluipnrunt smrndmenU which ability ns swlmmcrsavalled them uth-tu-g hns teudcred his resignation ngatn tc sity of selecting committees adopt- houses of all descriptions has lieen so only way under free government to tariff, without regard to the necessities number of great in the last few days that the wel Secretory fcmltli nnd has asked that It cherishing the fond sdoptfl In a bunrb. Tte .ensto remust hart It. had to govern the pro come news thnt at last a radical step protect labor is to free from taxation of the treasury way they can aronso ngnlnst tha suction, which drew lc accepted at once. Immediately ing rules to concur In stir of the srocndmrnis, sod fused the materials with which It works, thus hope that in this Fifty-thir- d con the trill wss reported bcli. Ttie conttrtucs them down. hns been taken In the repeal of the sib insuring for its products the wider mar- against him the popular protectionist the Inauguration ot Pre!- - ceedings of the after Amo.q the many It units n articles of upr.n lh gress and in other routine details I.riMHiN, July I. The Times correcommittee came to sn usa and beButy now Importnl to this hou smendmnl to tha frreror&i for iheirov spondent at Malta says that In spile of dent Clevelnnd Mr. Porter handed! connected with tho genesis of a new ver act will do much to restore confi kets which mean Iwth steady employ- prejudice In which they continue to beiturtcr country are girdles for feminine ntK rrnmentof titles of the second clt.s snd the the Interdict placed upon the mouths his resignation to the new secre- congress. It Is not at all likely, how- dence nnd probably unlock much ment and good w ages It understands lieve. They also, like tli McKlnleys 'Iho responsibility that commerce is not war in which of tho other side, have learned nothtary of the. Interior, but conveyed wib hoarded money. senate started the tfporl. Ttis sensie killed . n3cn m CTS2 1ms i.j organization lesrns that nr pra(r,Min tl of the sy.rvlr"'", l Itr hOu.o ttlt it a request that he ) permitted to re- ever, thatns is usually will cm-- ,delayed will be placed where It belongs on there is a victor nnd u vanquished, nor ing, and keep up their tiresome barktnents, fforgcous to tho last drroe. medical colle-;- e whlrti ct'e ot nnc.nraed desi u t!,i congress llm as long Tryon udmlttrd thnt the re- tain tHissessIon of the ofllco until c the cuilodf nnd i lielierc that eoiirjirm yet gambling in which there ts a win- ing before the empty hole. The trlrdle Itself Is msde of cloth worrn bolles tor purpoeem if direction, etc cent accident was all his fault. tain matters of importance had been nearness of the Christmas holiday or- will notdnre disobey the mandate of ner and n loser, but n mutually bene Hut while politicians whoso business with tlires'U of gold or allrrr. Tho The luu-- e idoptrd eni oi ttel', Iloist dinarily saps the energy of the legisla- the people." Markham, realizing the lh cleared up. It wns Mr. Porter's desiie bill suibi to buckle Is usually a larve metallic afTalr smrndwent of Iho eenste remaps) t. ihe rot ficial transaction in which both parties it is to know what tho people really of executing tho order at thut time to remain In charge of tie tors and prevents their getting netho-l- y &. Co., ubml.tlon rouatr test John Clews of Henry Clews ldlreued with llyutntlne decoratlun. er of Ihe count, snd puwl ibe oiu Th to deviate sixteen points while census ofllco until Its official death la tc work utitil after the New Year iald: "Mr. Cleveland has at last de- get the largest returns for their labor wish, manifest this persistent stupidity, the people of the Lous rwonaldercd the veto bj wh h Itepre tho were so cloe, "did Decemler next. Mr. Porter, however, has lecn ushered In. Un this occasion, cided to do something. The whole and all share In the advantages of each. the great liody of guided by common columns At J. the prlneljial actors In the l'an-am- a fhi.itlte Mfers' smendment tolh sntHloo It knows that whatever increase of United States nre not respond promptly, but tho Victoria for sometime past has been Interested in however, the urgency of the cafo will country has lieen appealing to him to drfesle scandal are couflnril to their Ixsls, Investment Ox iu sdnpted. seacomrunlei niraln signaled, "Whataro you doing?" imports may come through lower du sense. Just now they are not worrythe undoubtedly impel the members to conof congress llerf Is dylnff at llornemonth, In Ktip the smendment which p'scrd the ierrtmrnt Thereujwn th Cniniiertlowiiobeyetl tho other business affairs outsldn now tinue in tlio latsir uut 1 something haa call an extra cession He finally has nnd ties must necessarily carry with it an ing themselves much alout protective under the control of the Intursnce dewttle this question. land, Krrtlinand do Insteps Is mentally snd rejiilred them to deposit flf eeo per cent order. It Isnssertcil that htutl torn' census ofllco and n condition has Increase of exports, tho products of tariff legislation, and still less about arisen that demands nil his tlmo tied been done to relieve the country from termined to listen to the people, l'luce American lalxir, and that with tho en- partisan politics Tho future Is a little and physically a wreck. Charles do of Iticlr rros. rrrvlpU with the r Smith, of tho Victoria, re' attention, lie states moreover that tit existing legislation. the responsibility where It belongs of thi mandcr Lesscps Is In the hospital at .St. Louts, of tnauriDCA The Turth-- r conW-rii,terprise nnd keen trading of our people doubtful to all, and to some gloomy. In the senate tho silver men mny with congress." oper marked to Vice Admiral Tryon, "There census work Is now so fur advanced k 11. Jlarlus Is In the Infirmary of tha Mil wtkh prohibits Ihe rumpshlr. (roai every dollar's worth of home product There Is time enough to think of legis, shins to turn In." to lie practically completed, except JM hold back legislation Indefinitely until until is no room for the In the atste bt sit wsa iMiiANAi-oi.tsInd., July 3. Wnlter wiicn congres meets and parMrlum prison, and exMlntster llalhut aline hslurdsr Tho bo-- e defestcd ihr .inrsdmcct but Tryon replied, "I.cthergo" Then editing and printing, nnd that the work It becomes n question of physh.nl en- Q. tiresham, secretary of state, was nt sent out w 111 bring us In return a dol- lation is In the hospital of the prison of to the lar's worth of foreign products, with a tisan politics can wait even longer. rrtll.trlri joi.lchsn would majority will the Hates hon-- c Saturday. He has It lieeame n question which ship can lie carried forward to ultimate com durance nnd the Ins; the smiutrmrntof thocoun ' . ot llrealh Hut when occasion arises it will be Ktampea. good profit to boot lit, Igfo snd Wolfe, Mstfotnn snd Moritsn. In thf strike tho other. Tlio Comperdown pletion by anyone who may be deslg- simply wait until the question may bo been visiting his mother In Harrison . n i attend-lng-.thTariff 'reform, therefore, as tho duty found that public opinion is definitely struck tho ictorla. ti omedr sr crldnsl bill by Secretary Smith. Mr. Porler, brought to a vote. The scenes county nnd stopped over hero to see a novi- - the democratic party tho settled as to two - wv e s4 ,t.utcd letter asking th'alliis resIgnUfuWU .roitrtatn eement, m ,w y r Hanltary J'lumlSFr, aocordlng to (o" J -T iMXexA debate ou tha federal elections few of his friends. He wns asked by n inhls SETTLED AT LAST. a has leen"pul looks rto results to permanent nnd merely protective clement shall be for boldlni ImiIintho bill chinclnxttH-tun- e dUtrlct Tn once accepted, states that tr will probatdy then be enacted. reporter: "Have you seen that lrcI-den- t beneficent results reached through. ad- cleaned out of the tariff as rapidly and be nt new use. It Is now substituted for tha court ibe Nineteenth Jwllcltl Iran snd Steel Arsto la Mgued-Tl- io Senator Voorhees, chairman of tho In such condition that, k Cleveland hns called congress to herence to correct principles It does thoroughly ns circumstances will permore expensive rubber and asbestoi bill amctdlnir thefenrl corporstlonlsw bai Tho ( nmprninlMi I'.rrected Upon the lis. Is uf census's now to a boih hoiiM-.- , Iieen rnrc.lod. snd U read) can with propriety retire from its con- financial committee, said Fiidiiy News meet In extra session on Augiibt 7V preparation for Jtacklnu; steam jnlnts. patHt ear's Scale. not propose a sentimental chase nftcr mit, nnd tho other that tho requirecorrespondent of tho D.ilzki The rorernoi fur Ihe "Yes, have Just noticed thnt In the be duly considl'rom rxtenslro practical IHals this ce- nominatedeuwrnM sII sprrorsl I'iTTsiil'hOit, July 1. Tho Iron and trol. . . . CSrp.tcr. K - lljroi I'bl'ip m Agency that he believed the senate morning papers, nnd I am very glad, free trade regardless of present condi- ments of rcvenuo shall And for these provided for. ment packing Is found to lo quite as snd John W tslr.es lobe ru,icrsof th slsti steel sheet scalo was settled nt 1:30 would repeal the Sherman silver bill. Indeed, that ho has done so. I believe tions nnd interests, nor, on tlio other ered nnd A NEW YORK DIVINE'S efficient as tho others hltlierto em colored noruiil.ctcul snd tue senate pmrapll) Friday morning, and work In these It fear free trade wherever, things they will trust tho president "'Iho financial stre-- in the country," Armed them They see sit for a meet- hand, will andunsnlme air. ployed, and lU cost Is only plants will contlnuo without Inter- Opinion of tlio I'ardon of the Chicago An said he, "Is duo to vicious legislation there was n general demand September, in the ordinary pursuit of sound policy, and congress N. Y. Times Vraakfo-- t cli'scnsnf ing of congresscnrltcr than arcbiats. except for repairs. Tho conthat of the others. statutes, rnj tho xnd tho call, I think, will do much to- it may overtake It. It looks to the Hul'sK The confereoe" enmralltee'a report ruption, DRIVEL DELIRIOUS New Yohk, July 3. Iter. Madljor now standing on our I .. iibcratton of what are known ns raw '111! on the cnnrlcr for cities of the second ctsaa wsi ference was In session from 10 o'clock sooner It is wiped off the letter." ward allaying the doubts that exist aa Mm. HTAwroHD, when thanked re- tOcclcd. It I. piob.Wett Oor llrownma-recrhtis- e Thursday morning until tho hour Peters, pastor of tho lllooralngdalt ReSenator Voorhees w'U rote for tho to tho outcome of the financial condi- materiuls from the taxes which throt- The Senaelesa Charge of Kattle-Tlral- n the Finrl sn mtly sfler It sd stated, w hen an agreement w ns reached church, nt lloulevard nnd West Sixty cently for the great woris done by her tle production at its sonrce and thus publican. ourn. XleBdr. to con.id'r he chwtcr bill frt and the scale for tho ensuing year Klght street, in his remarks Sunday repeal of the Sherunn silver bill. tion." In founding tho huslwnd and herself rob lalor of employment; to such Ilourbon republican newspapers llko Senator HnrrK of icnnessec. also a uf .trnndela. A reolutkn wst "Do you think congress will repeal moderate rates on finished products, said: "Thn pardon ot tho surviving mcmlier of tho enmtn'ttee on finance, university at i'alo A to, said: "Do not tltlr. In the bou.e prcn ia thst tho acMlon signed. the adopted the New York Tribune, and bourbon tho Sherman act?'' jKirticIpants of the Chicago massacre, levied for revenue purposes, ns will rail It a kindness on our part; na on Monday brftn si son k In order thst all The manufacturer wanted a 10 per Gov. MeKIn-leholds views similar to those of Senator "I certainly believe it will. I will insure and make possible lioncit com- republican speakers llko should not be lhankrd, for tha reason biwlorn mr I rsi'iri by nm.r. ih cent, reduction, nnd a compromise wns in compliance with nn understanding oorheesnstothoadii .ibiity of calling In attempting to make their conMr lVltli'i Anally effected upon tho basis of last entered into previous to election, showi .ay, too, that two weeks ago congress petition, but not monopoly In our own hour filed for sljjutnnimt that we had to sacrifice nothing. If wo resolution, reijulr njc the "l1er.l to rcroin He h n Win in favor would not have repealed tho act. I stituents believe that such commercial will an extra session. luxhnd made a personal sacrifice to en- trend lo lb scrtcurr ' r the oulUy year's scale, the workmen agreeing to to what bargaining politicians disturbances as the country has reof calling tin etra icsslon In August know whereof I speak when I sa, market!., to such higher duties on able us to build the university wa of tho II,1JI,0 niproprn' 4 to tlnl.h lbs submit to tho arrangement of a new stoop to gain tholr ends. uries as will draw iKiuntlftilly to tho cently been experiencing nre duo solefor some time past and his views of that." "Ho shows himself not only a for might conscientiously accept your ImproremcnUot iherlvir. ' Kentucky, wsa schedule of wages in the event of a retreasury from the abundance of tho ly to tho presence of a democratic advery fully In Including Sail, adnpteil, wllh amendmes eigner by birth, but a continental Furo this question were giwn RESTAURANT ON WHEELS. gratitude." plate tariff. rich. Anil it especially looks to such ministration at Washington, prcsumo (Jreennnd llarren r rrrs Ul authorlilng duction In the tin will affect 15,000 men penn In his views nnd sympathies. He theso dispitchi-- two nights a;,'o, when vigorous and thorough simplification of very largely on the ignorance of tho The settlement he predicted the convening of cingrvs cities of Ihe seconJclsu i. sue bond to pay The Church Tenipemneo Society Knter-irl- e foreign persons whom they address The TribAlmost tha sole hereditary trade in mills In various parts, is not fit for American citizenship nnd ut an earlier date than that rigin-all- y anl Sensle and twenty-thre- e ee. An Accommodation for Flremeji our tariff laws ns will relieve he miles as widely nt tho odmlnlstra Ut t'ie lo bo of tho the United (Hates I that of tha deep-wat- Ir ILi..".!.'! bill requiring pleddlnn Id try. trade from the snarls nnd pitfalls une has been preaching persistently for set by the president. Ho on Duly. tlon of the law as Herr Most. pilot. At most of tho important finis ed within liy dar. iied. Tho bill The Iron manufacturers nnd AmalgaNkw Yohk, July 3. The handsomo which beset tlio approaches to the cus- several weeks the' doctrine that tho of act highly commends the cb far He eten "The governor has won tho applause President Cleveland r nd stated 1 ridny lunch wagon of the Church Temperance tom houses and bring penalties and public confidence is lacking from the seaport nllotago has lsin onntlned for sppruprlilof III"! ss chr- s of the olersr mated workers resumed their seulo conhouae, men who Sate select clegenerations to a few families. Tho ference at 10 o'clock Friday morning. of the dangerously UMd evening that the results of assembling society, which has been standing in litigation to the honest as often as to mero fact that the country bus a demoses- ment in our country, but mado his congress nt an early date would lie ap- Union Square during tho night time tho dishonest importer Delaware pllota congregato at Iewes, and perhaps riiAssroHr, July 1 - Ss tx The senile An cratic president. But it would be a very where they have lived these mnny gen- concurreil In the houv sine ments lo the sp-- sion Is expected, as tho scale must le niimn a stench in the nostrils' of etiry parent in n cry short time to restore for the last few- - weeks, went on permaThese are great reforms They will silly couutry that would throw up iti American citizen. Altgeld no more bo a deep-watvicious practices hands in despair threo months after It la Irorltlon Mil snd p.ed pilot erations. To upon, or the mill close down nent duty Saturday. This arrangement reverse nnd undo tho confidence In tho country. over the sppio. agreed bo had seated a man In the presidential Dclawuro Is to Ihj a man of oonsldenC Notices were received represents thu sentiments of tho Semstor llray, of Delaware, when Is tho outeomo of tho negotiations of thirty years. They may not nil prlstloa bill, snd tn luy retren. inint snd reform Friday night. of tho better class than Judat tlon, with houses, lands and portable nt Amalgamated headquarters that tho TCbe were made but it n iy went through een Ft Way evening .stated that while which have Wen in progress be- attainable in a few months or by a chair by one of tho largest electoral docs the disciples of Christ he hnd not advocate linearly session tween Fire Commissioner tiray and single bill, but they are the reforms majorities ever given. If tho country goods ashore, a snug home, a with nl s single volo lo are. A mcr;e Cincinnati Itolllng Mill Co., of Cincinho hsa sjv family, and local honor of various Iroin the goVernor snnounee thstcorporstlons nati, anil tho Muskegon Iron Co., of There seems to lie no record that the lie was In no sense opposed to IU J ho the Church Temperance society, nnd which the peoplo wished and com- had distrusted Sir. Cleveland and his irord Ihs bllt amcndlnj; prlraie Muskegon Mich., havo signed tho scale. governor Is n citizen. Tho nnorchlstf effect of such a session would be purely is solely for the benefit of tho firemen, manded when they returned the demo- party it would have manifested that sorts. set. Tho ssieudmint put. atulo Insurance s. lectcd hlin u judge. Hy lucky real escom panic, upon tho same I otlnj ss foreign There urn no pttddlera In either estabnnd would do who thus find light refreshments nt cratic party to power, nnd It Is now tho feeling nt the polls last November, and Acconntxa to a recent shotting o! csmps.lcs. Tha jroemor ! also approved lishment tate, speculation he liecninc rich enough psicological In character It Is not wnlted to do Itself an injury by much nt pretent to insure a feeling of their hands while at n big fire, for tho duty of that p.irtv as we lielleve the the military equipment of Kuropc, tho the follow nc WIlsi l'io lln for The Ores In all tho glnss ftories to buy tho nomination for governor, confidence among th people, but ho restaurant on wheels will be dragged Its honest desire to set about their ac- expressing such distrust in May and country leads the world In tho levy snd collection of s !s In knlvr's for tho usual sum- and tho combined foreign vote of the did not believe that much would really to that part of the city where n firo complishment not precipitately and June. The bourbon republicans also to luty off were drawn Friday cimimor. ochool di.irl t also of its military ettabllshment, havncurred by the mer shut down. 'Ihe bottle plants will foreign city of Chicago elected him." may bo burning It will bo drawn blindly, but ilhotit hasto and vv Ithout take It for granted that tho persons K-- gained by calling n fcsslon of conout.lsndlnx nd'tiicdne ing Increusfd from a moblllxln? truatees ot ssnt ilirirl m the erecllcn and reume in six weeks, but tho window they address hnve remarkably poor within the line, and the men can make rest, N. Y Uorld. gress before December 1549 to ,000,000 equlpmrnl of sttuvlhouie set amending an glavK nnd flint glass factories will not Mrongth of I,SOO,000 Iu I lielleve," If they did not they UP THEY GO. memories he said, "that tho Inter- use of the opportunity it offers nt their prti'tenllarlea; to es- start uptintll September 1. The window In 1V.', positively the nust elalxirata set relating to the Male OPINIONS AND POINTERS. would not "challenge a reference to pleasure without cost to themselves, val lictweon March 4 and December tablish a slate bosrl of phsrmscy, defining Us glass scale will bo presented nloit eV Stock Value Aro Improved t'lotcland'i military display mado by any of tho long list of important business I rrrulale the practice would have lieen profitably costly to for the expenses of tlio experiment I'rixlauiatlon the Evident Cauae. The wisest republicans of Ohio the European military power. Next to duties and (inwer. snthisto commonwealth, set 1, nnd the factories will rcsumo followed the election of ot pburosej la Nkw Voiik, July 3. I'rcsldcnt Cleve- the country. 'Ihe lesson would havo have been guaranteed, realize that loraker has a knife in his failures that1SSS. Between November flermany'a atrcngth Is that of Franco smendlng sn set for the goi eminent of cities of operations, as soon after Hint date as an land's proclamation had a magical ef lieen more deeply engraven on tho and a scnlpiug Harrison in October 2S, 1889, tho failboot for JUIvinlcy ARKANSAS CYCLONE. with 4,350,000 mens llussla Is third with the slain clssa. tha reaoluuon dlrecilog the agreement can no reiicuco. 2, 1839, nnd fect on vnlues at tho stock exchange minds of tho pcorle nnd would not so knifo at'that Detroit reo Press 4,000,300, Italy next with B,9So,000 and niihllfl nrlnlee In Ixue nd deliver IO thS SUlvr ures In tho woolen trade lit Philadeltntendenl of public Instruction five hundred WILLIAM KLINE, Saturday morning. Everything on tlio soon be forgotten 1 hoped that there l.o. Iii the l'.aatern 1'nrt of the State lie- Austria noxt with 1,900,000. H, ould seem to bo sufficient phia alone counted up liabilities of over ported to lie Ireuiendou. copies of the Iswconcernlrg tho slate agricullist scored advances, and the Improve-nen- t would bo no cxtrt. Mission, not for per college bill providing for TilsVlcllm of a Myalerloua A. .suit la Dead time for;tlic republican party to estab- 14,000,000. Almost as soon ns the detural snd mrchanliul Mkiipiiis, Tcnn., July 3. A cyclone ranged from K to 3 per cent. The gonal or political reasons, but for tho nftcr it shall have lighting the governor's mannun with electricity A new vegetable is about to bo introat Indlsnapolla. swept ticrosh tlio eastern portion of Ar- lish headquarters mgro voters N. Y. feat of Cleveland was settled blgstrlkca William boars wero heavy buyers, nnd In their public, wcnl. A greater experience l.NiUANArons, July 1. duced to tho people of tho United States toatrud of g anil other laborers began of street-cn- r existing kansas, leaving destruction in its path. scared up a few of Tielousncss eagerness to cover, bid prices up on with tho . Kline, tho victim of a murderous through tho department of agriculture. " In different parts of tho country. Thore would have offset All telegraph wlrci, west of .Memphis World.TliC" IIkn rAHKl.v nnd K. It. Dewllt, for' nn.uicialwJa.ws lovs. ' Is the root of tho colla Illy, which reconvention's in- wero notifications ot reduced wages with a hatchet Thursday morn- thcniMdvcs. It financial The amount are down nnd details are meogcr, but It St. Paul opened excited with sales 'of tho naing, June 'JJ, nt Jlilghtwood, a suburb sembles somewhat In appearance tho merly of Cincinnati, fought desperatewould have been pur- Is known that tho loss to property is dorsement of tlio last republican shutdowns in large manufactories, and tuber, with the addition ly on tho street at Frankfort, tho other of InOlanti)K)lls, died Friday morning. 4,000 slinrcs nt f9 nnd fi'JX simultan- of silver that tlmo would not havo enormous. ordinary Irish A bulletin was received by tional administration was a pretty failures in various branches of business, sold nt 1 04f chased In that night. Larkln slashed Dewltt several Tho murder wns very mysterious. Al- eously. Northnost first root that have nothClevclund liuln many of them important, their total of a few fibrous tribute loHho dead 1.0.Tf Friday night, nnd then amounted to much nnd tho country the signal servico observer nt Memphis Dealer- ing to do with tho qualities of tho ar- times with a knife, nearly cutting ofT though Kline recovered consciousness ngalnst to night, by the number for the first six months after 103, without Intermediate could have afforded to load up with from Little Hock, Friday New Orleans, Mo prolifia and his loft hand nml making several ugly completely nt intervals, he either did Jumped Mr Clevelnnd has long had the Hurrlson's election ticles ns au esculent. being 8,711. All gashes on IhiUi nrms. Dewltt broko a not know or refused to tell who hnd sales. Hock Island got up to 71, and this surplus with thu white motnl in way of (lalvcston and pnlutablo is tho root of thnt plant that the wind wns blow nig nt coiifldencOjOfJhe people, and he has In- this followed tho biioeesx of a ticket heavy cano over Ltirkln'n head. iihsauilod him shn wn St. 1W nnd Omaha to r.W. There was snlcr to teach n salutary lesson to saying Unit seventy Ills wife says On which was pledged to high protection their propagation In many parts of tho miles an hour and augurated n policy of reciprocity. during the time good buying for Investment account, many of our misguided citizens who the rale of amount of property had all important questions he doesn't hesi and the turning over to a new adminisA post omen hah lieen established in nit United Statca may reasonably be looked and, taken altogether, n more confident will learn iu no school but that of ex- that n lnrgo nu agricultural indus at Imlay, Leslie, county, nml ltlchard when tho ussniilt was supposed to forward to tate to UiKii the peoplo into his confi- tration of nn overflowing federal treasbeen destroyed. perience." feeling prevailed In financial circles. T. Wilson commissioned r.s postmnster. haye bnc.it umdu. try of the future. dence Albany Argus ury unembarrassed by any Sherman XnTgaiillHbidiel Secretary CnrlUlo'a Appointments. ' I.N the noted case of D. 11 Wiles tho i- -; i i... 1 The l'leon Hall. Edmunds formerly silver law. President Cleveland, going Ciikvc.vm-'- Wvo., July a A gigantic 1. CarIVarNlw Anarchist, Secretary Wasiiimitox, July Outitr CoNamuoTon HiNcnnonx as has been untihil lit the ( hrlstlun cirNkw Yohk, July 3. The Falcon, tho ofllco, finds a practically republican leader in the United States bank lit.ltsi:, July 1. The federal council ship of Lieut Peary, tho Arttlo ex- lisle Friday nuide tho following ap real estate swindle has Just developed senate, is unalterably opposed to the empty into tho Washington navy yard has made a cuit court for the murder of Wolter treasury and u burdensome tariff nere, iu .uum.ii i.uu mini utineation!of Kuwait, lie favors no law and a ruinous silver law, both hns order that nil stato nnd administrao days' calculation showing tha enormous forco Weaver, thu Jury, after plorer, sailed from her wharf In Urook-ly- n pointments: Claude M. Johnson, of ken mien Co, vviuciiiiic York has been of New bureau of returned n verdict of not tion buildings bo placed under military of the blow that the Cnmperdown dealt union than that of the closest ut 0 o'clock Sunday evening. The tjicky, to be chief of the tJcorge W. since the expiration of his former out of 1 11,000. A. M. Whitney nearer relations surveillance. This Is done to forstnll lieutenant's wife will loin the cssel at engraving and printing. upon tho Victoria. II says tho Cnm- Ktillty. This Is ruther nn term, ami both bearing the signature of pur- treaty A child of Simon tho work of anarchists, who. after their Portland, Mo., and will nccompany her Castle, of Kentucky, custodian of dies, acting as special agent In lb'Jl. perdown has a weight of 10,0dO toqs, for those republican a republican president. To hold him rolls nnd plates, buret a of engraving chased 510 acres of land adjoining the and was moving at a rato of ten knots Jones, colored, irsldlngln tlio northern recent encounter with thu Italian husband to the northern regions. irgatis thut lire denouncing the policy and his party in themselves tesponslblo and printing. It is stated nt tho ttcas-ur- y city of Cheyenne, us un Investment for which declined to gobble up the Islands for tho recent business unrest In such per hour, or 10. SS feet par second. Thla ixirtlon of Chrlstlau count.x fell Into n scabs, have threatened to toko their rehe Ohio Mini Injured nt Chicago. that no appointment of director of the company, representing thatOne-ha- paid without any consideration of the would giro an Impact of 48,900 foot tons liollcr of scalding woterand wns burned venge on tho Swiss. circumstances is nltnout too rldlculoui CttiuAiio, July 3. John Harper, of tho mint will bo mntlo until the assem- $00,000 for tho property. to death. delivered by tho sharp ram of tho rights Involved. Detroit Free for serious notice. If the democratic was paid in cash and notes given for Crecnvllle, 0., while getting off n blage of congress. Hello Funis AIJI.OOO. other AT their weekly meeting the a That Is equivalent to tho congress refuse to reform the tariff the balance. E. It. Lavvton, tho special Press. Londc.v, July 1. Tho fund being col- northbound caldo trnln of tho Cottage blow that would be struck by a railroad day tho ministers of Owenslxiro agreed -- The endeavor of tho udmlnlstra-- t luvv and repeal the allverla wits responAuatrnlUn Sllirr Mine Cloacd. agent of tho company at Chicago, hns street SunSunday lected by the lonl mayor of London for (Irovo lino nt Owing to the Just iisccitulncd that Whitney uctttnlly train consisting of six Pullman cars to dlspcnRu with their iut MKi.iiotnt.VK, July 1 sibility for reaultant conditions wtfl af ion to uso' tho consular service to struolc by a southdrawn by tho heaviest a loooraotlvesi night meeting, and Join carli other In n tin) Ikt ellt of tho families of tlnso who day evening, was sustained Internal collapse of silver, ono of tho llrokco paid JKl.SSJ for the hind, the balance tho export trade of the United detlnltely settled -- N Y. Post. lives In thn Victoria disaster bound truln nnd sny on of 1V0 tons running at a speed union gospel meeting npnlnst liquor at liiNt their of which he appropriated to his use Mutes Is already bearing fruit In lllll mines has shut down. Injuries which may result fatally. Commissioner Peck, of now amounts to 21,000. tho tnbernnclo. of fifty mllea an hour. of our consuls thut New York, whose fraudulent report t rucriitilfi 'typo lletlrc. u IS l'olxin III tho Wine. .J.I A (InUeston Newspaper FnlU. homo nt the fair Tiik Kentucky iiierie.in shlj pcrs study inure closely was the iniilu reliance of the republican 1'AtiKKiisiiUiifi. W. Va., July 3. John To I test r let Copper Output. A dkcision of Importnnca to washer1'oiiti.ami, ItM. July 1. Mrs. EiL Uai.vksto.n. Julv 3. Tho Kaoning ono of tho 10,000 rifles n1'! ly July 1. Tho Financial I Tribune, conducted by J. W Hurton & Wagner and her ou. living near lied J. Combs has just tctired, nt tho ngo of f.ireigu trade customs, which ure being protection campaign last year and who London, women and laundries has been mado Duulnl lloonc, nnd one of the 20,000 61 venrs. from llm case of tho South .el foitli with great particularity In A colored wom- huntlng-ltnlvi'to Europe to escape trial, vv ill News says that the representatives of ' j, by a Kentucky court. i..- :.- i. .11., ... has lied ho left M . unui,0 to mcut Its financial Key, were poisoned nnd the former ii iiisuiiir levuris. to urm-- esiivvmiij n. net a corrcsoiideut of u protection l i American and European producers of d1i ,,ntlonH has made nn assignment dead. The boy Is In mb ing condition ut)0 llrnnch Intelligencer, published In an who took ISO worth of clothing to I tn tmitilrM present our Nkwh hut. lieen recehed from Hover-lv "- - o.iutltv I copper, with the exception of the ngent nys his futher put poison into som ...J. He .............. tu. Americantime offers uu Inviting Held newspaper syndlcute Perhujwknew rewash returned none of it, but sold every 0f Its creditors. C. H. of a vlllago houth of Ilopktnsvllle, Iu ot one small American group, havo f(,r 10 t compositor on the paper for tlfty-nln- e manufactures of grist mill publican friends over in Ohio urticle. She was arrested on a charge regunl l.co was nnmed usslgnee. The liabilities wine nnd made them drink It. The olJ years. At his iiilvnuceiliigehecaiistlii .luicliiuery, owing to certain changes this when thev assured us tha other to n dllllettlty that oenirred In n agreed to renew thecompact, which exof irrand larceny, but tha oourt hold tulernrrest. lit ro placed nt 18,018. No statement of mull has been plnci-For day that the isuo of protection was to urescn oi Held near there between CiiHuin i,itite- pires restricting tho output of assets. claims lit w Ifo ntlxe I up the doso ninJ set type without glasses nnd outstrips .1, the tax laws of that countiy ,mni many u youngster who thinks he can . ,k'ii manufacturers with Inferior ma Lo as much ullve as ever. -- Lou Uvllle trust, and did not oonstltuto grand , flo1'1 om BOmB PV1 that metal. that he refused to di .nk any of it. A I'oiitisylviiiiUi! In Luck. mnerv we may be sure vv 111 hasten to Courier-Journbeat him. Isrcenv and she waa ditmUsod. 'and during which the lntter Little- Gold Import. Cholera. In ltt.a a llra.srsblu. Siiaiiokiv. Va... Julv 3. William Ila-take iidrantngo of this opportunity. Sliver Advancing In London. Under this decision tha laundry busi- very Insolent and threatened lie went Oov. McKInley's Napoleonic poe HucitAitKsr, July l -- in P.iusia He New Yowtr, July 1. Tho steamer ihorc, of this city, received word that amluow$that this couutry has been London, July 3. There was nn ness ought to Uka a boom tor nobody'i field's life. Leaving tho field colored Columbia, which arrived Friday morn ho had fallen heir to 1500,000 by thoo sarablu, thnt is tin illistrict which no from th notified it will be the fault of our own will hardly distract attention gun and fired with of 3 pence in tho price ot silver clothing belong! to anybody in par and gothls shot, In- - lng from Southampton, brings 1500, ,000 ' recent death ot John Lick, of obsorya- - Uoiigcd to Uouinunlu, cholera has ap hero Saturday, Tho quotation for bar manufacturers If they full to do so. fact that he voted for tho Sherman law. n Mqtloa ofl leader, filling his neck with . . .1 Mcnlar and th laundry u -- N V. Woild. In .cum n aniiiHin inni silver is now oiilt Denca vihvi Albany Argus it Is thought, fa- - Inn--cold coin, consigned to Mostri. Bar - , lory fame. Tha latter was au uncle -- -. pvurcu, ii uu gruvo aTaa y tint without fllollng an ugly.-andit entlra imUlt. Uaihore. ox Moffoun ft Co.. oi Naw York. further vprcad of the aueaio. tT ss . Ul wound, ii I " tolnf aatfWitthltJaJaJWwIlll - . ..' It la Now Eleht Hundred and Increasing. I WW iJZf' i' 1 O.lle.1 ,r Cltrelnml to Con. rone AiiK'i.t 7. WAiiiMiTojr, Jnly 1. After a long confcrencn with his cabinet Friday, President Cleveland Issued a. proclamation enmening emigres in exttn session on tho seventh of Angttst. "Tho proclamation rends: ExroVTlVE Manmo. July , Ml whercaa, tho Olair.at a 'id apprebenalon eon ccrnlog tho financial atlua-lowhlih pcrvals l bualocs circles, hive s ready closed great we snd damage to our pis p o, nnd threaten to ripple our merchant, atop tho wbcel of Ctngre. Now York Bankers Regard the Extra Session ns Bound to Prove sn , i Is-s- pur-chait- s0 d - o i J- -!' REFORMS. Ailnilnl.lrntlnn Will Pee- talilirully .nd Well. ;.the crushing defeat In- iviaieylsm Inst fall a few been Insisting that tho urtyl hound by Its s and its commission iplo to nn immediate, re- ilff according to the ex- pies of free trade. It Is unci Wcller would call a f that these same nulek f party duty and popular republican or democratic, re K'ctistlff protectionists t preachers of thedoctilce iff Is our solo de'enso trial servility and tho pan- incricaa labor. tttlden facing about? Is It li genuine conversion, oris e so hateful to them that ling lo purchase lis ovcr- UlAtlon which, they hon- - Jl pint-dge- 3 ! A H'.t s fifty-thir- miiSmhtiSt'lti' jum""' Jssa s F m smesd-mea- 's n 111 t j ai-Sf- iAtr ul . ., Vice-Admir- al Hear-Ai'.n.ir- il i 7 nt rcprtM-utsllr- e n l i -- e things-rflne.tbat.t- t- l.t i. a s one-tent- '.. . I s er nil-da- y all-nig- er llolnK-lhhnuwr- Jn;i (!er-man- ell-cla- d Ihc-ari- 1 .J err-Ul- vv 1 out-hous- e , , TiiiiKK-lKUi-tii- lf Forty-sevent- h pro-ino- -- li-- eon-tai- S y, !.!, , '", .' ,' a " . .!? ntiiYI' , - se UtiMjl.&)iku.,i-- . aMnrPllif'rr' IfcilrfLlfrjtsv-- .. l : ' -- aVW. "T&8t&. Wf- mllS trws. . &lJ&ikiJi&L;j&tte&& ,4i1 szT, ""."Mr Jttei -.- - - lifWt''1 Jkh. : . t- - ' i'U ''l.l- i.f' :r,j :f W6 w; rzr""" .nitBSfflwawvf'tw-ira-AM- A. S. 110SEDALE, Artistic Photographer, at Campbell's Old Stand. Why Is Wlitint no fjow ? (liu-.Htioi- Cabinet Photo's S&gOqier D03. ot High!, v f isiiurs arc rolcomcd. t Good Work Guaranteed. J.NO. r t ', 2Xi Li u w f ' hi hi H ii v f r I i : i i n i Surgeon-Genera- l l.rvrm Wyiuan of Tho question of tho right of thp. A This is it question that in puzAlo.iK lit Nt. KriwirU till. ii. marine hospital serrloo, referri. zling tlio minds of n great many President to remove a public ofll. in? , to tho outlook for cholera in tl - pcode at present. The very smart ctal before tho expiration of his Th Connlloti cullcl hjr Oot FUKCZ1. WV United States during the preseii 7, ISM. He Advocates u roinpJULY FRIDAY, t.Kol Arkii, of four said: wo rnry NiiMpciilon C llic nlox answers hastily and conf- termcause years without assign-lu- curingofKeJertl .Id lo Jf lo latum of of niiiiiiuui ,0f escaping have mi evei In tbt cou.lrucilou tlio diolen comes up in n new phase, c,,ice idently that overproduction is the svech'saous TO J OUS wirriM, The Ponr.v exploring party a,,ienioflfTetoiroteUlidL Frn. nnOKOller Nlieriumi ",aiv wit! v,.r Chilli Id it trouble Ho chimes in with tlio differing from the points raised In ci rl'r Win from orrillo. ml In Mtm arrive it wilt certainly not become Btnrtcil for Oiccnlniid Snturrtny. mrrnt I Jiau nuf nit AftHolntc hear grain gambler and talks about Alabama recently. Certain nld pU,, PiiurJty mil. ipeoim intiitiinn fpideinlc, Cr.BVICI-.ANtins Its lioii'iippeiil'iiiiri))' I'KRSIDKNT h..l hefn ct .r...,. . . ...c ....r.... "" - Mliusliirprnv lErpcitl. the "ciiormons surplus on hand." otllcials in that state, it will bo no genus iiae pnllt'il the extra nosIoii of that set up tho claim that Hnso oi'l MiMiiiri imrrrntf.l la the ro. lived oxer tho winter in this counThe option gamblers who largely for Monitor, August 7. let. ml li Hi . S.i.ator anil lWpifitnl A Witsbington dispntcli, away from their the President had uo power to fix the price point i j..... i'iiivi iik ..i- - i n .. itinir., .....I... ni,.. try, as it was feared might happen. TnK cnllliif of Goncross in exin the Louisville I'wnincr-cia- t nefarious methods to the "llunn-cin- l mo vo them before tho end of their ?,""' Tho prospect now is much better of Mbotirl Thtno is evokinp inue.Ii rob. tra session . of ihtt bttln, than I expected it would bo at situation" or any thing else tonus. Ono of them wns tho old) (J,, .ifr.l no of of the 4th liiRt., s:tys: sip regarding tlic reorganization nuoruey wno reout excuse, for u uiieii will Ihreo nirninr or l;onri.i eU lil. Cllntut.Ji!, WIiiIi-k- ' Senator Lindsay Ins already that prices.serve as an class bellev- - fused toouiirs way to the now ap- bm ilrlltirnl mlilre-- f plfillng ihflr this time. However, it should liir Moi'0"Qiilok SU mil 8mtl frollli. of lioth brunches. givo "Vtittt low Another not be shown tils fitness for (he h'K" ,.I10' o. Kith didn't forgotten that tlie tlisease ,iiiimici III lie pruning i Ninety diiys from .Inly 3 will t.i.. ...1.1..1. i.i- - ... ........ in an- - pointee. Tho matter came up in reach the United .Slates leu mm me l Itnolullont wf rn 'io court did lip October 2, nml muter tlio Inw lilm. In Um tlio L mi.ks as ycr, and the discrimination against court, and while tho involving not si't'nictfit. nrcMUy fur l anil alJ last year until August. There Is ... rfv..... the fftfin Ibe Oenrnl Uonrninni, nil nets pnaseil liy the Legislature ono or thnt metal by the Government are render any decision plenty of time for trouble yet." litis or turn the mnster-llif lll'rr Ciin.illoii to rrrlp i responsible for the ruinously low question nt issue, it cut tho without emergency clauses will nugus; body. cholera should gel a foothold lW alli.linfuAof ili.iirroprUilon lmly In If knot by simply recognizing prices beeniuo opemtivo on that date. this country Dr. Wym.tii thinks He has just offered n solution goes of wheat; that as silver the new nppolutcn nnd iefunlnK, nllii hi CoiUrrc.i no to uikkr th nliole lower Kiiglaud turns to India I that it would bo tjuiukly stamped ll l rnn $'.'fil OiHJ arllaMt al onoo puzzle which meets Next year Tonncsspo will elect of for wheat, thus leaving our sur- to listen to the old United Stales - h.i.i.i t l,.n frnni IVInl l'ltftknl. out. . M.21T : n Governor, Moinbers of Con- with favor on nil sides, mid slumps attorney Now a JlldgO III one of t i ' io IWir ton, Ark, a, ll.lti-- of gress, members of the Legislature, the brainy Senator as a itHtesiiinn plus of wheat to accumulate. i. ii ..,.4 nlXIVM-A Sm.ill Iturliir Hill. ...i I.H'I ...ii.. nuivii, . .ui.r", lll The farmers who have raised the territories refuses to turn jf. Judges of nil t lie courts. Justices of rare ability. Flflj ctnlt Ii a "null il'trlnr bill, bill Judge nn-- U cUlnuil, "ill frotfct 4 lrg (iropotllou olllco over Commission-ers- , Imm- the wheat nnd are compelled to pointed by to the nen His Idea is to afford some rroiu otirllan. Tin rtliMin of thn Peace, School tliii U ll It will cut yon i.i curt mijr President Cleveland, ofihfoflln line from post of producc Itayon Id of rliHi"""!'"! 'f jou ediate relief from the evils wiilch sell for less than 'tic etc. Ur titer will tin Olney ig ,Ut b tion believe thnt some unjust caus- nud Attorney-Genera- l I'ulii II4I111, Ttr it, ml iiiiiiih of Ih Si. t'raocla Tin; effect nf the President's, are attributed to the purchasing es are operating somewhere, and, somewhat embarrassed by the eoiiiituci'J a' meant r r.il.t.l. will t.itprltll t ihs ltroiiipi rtllrf ymi law. According to the idea In ft rirnt upptUMInn will '1'ilet It nfforl". HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC, proclamation cnlling Oongress to Tho old judge is "reas n rule, charge it to the combin situation iiv T. T. bjille fur meet in extra session in August President Cleveland's proclama- ed influence or Wall street ring moved" on paper, but physically Plaiilttlon Chill (Jure Is gtiaran Ihr rl.i. f0 otnt t hiukman, kv, chiNTOS 8Tui:i:r, wan shown liy a tnarkeil drgreo nf tion, lie present distress and and the board of trade gamblers. he Is in possession of his ofllco teed. If it don't cure go and get 1 ' ' I'lipprrnlnr.Hsanil conlliletico In the stringency of the money market There aro also several old vour tiionov back. Ask your mer. We Till'. Ohio li"'ixl.ilnrp has ntado are due to the monthlK purchase number believe, however, that n treasury ollicials who of cnuses linve conspired Sw York stock markets. froir L.Clfeiriiitiihontlt. PrlPc'Sbc. bold by a law making it a penitentiary of 1500,000 ouneerSAi-er- . their reiiiovol .to thn. maltreat. fur Htinl.Mits to Tliicivlli&ed world Is in sor wIiipIi purchase tun Hiitninistrn to ruin tho wheut raiser. Ythilo threatening to appeal tho cases to r Liowgjiiuowgiii, Jiickuiiiu, ivy Cti j it is a fact, If estimates nro coron tton hns uo escape. ffow, over llio loss of JdO inirnor brand now otudeut coining -T. T. Swnyup, AS Ilighest Market Prico will bo Paid for Hecf Cattle. Cat is a considerable tho court. These cases differ rect, that there tlio British war ship Victoria. Onre, lira's., Cnyco. Ky. Tiie succestion o. Senator LI ml visible supply, this does not prove from the cases in the department to schools. Hut tlio dvili.od world ought to say is to pass b resolution giving A. 13. Urevnrd. Jonlau", Ky. of justice In that the renoved II Is sold that the Florida rejoice if everr war ship on earth the Seerctarr of the 1 rcasury dis that there is an there aro thousands of hungry poisons held their couunltsious orange crop this so.isnn will probAND NATIONAL HANK, was ut the bottom nf the ocean cretinuarv power to suspend this for 3'hu Slicriiian from tlio secretary of the treasably bo the largest ever known. nud no more permitted to ho purchase' for ony thirty or sixty people in tliis country who need ury Instead nf tho Presidtut of It trees aro now in bloom, and built. days. It is believed ttuil sucn a tlio wheat but can't gel it. tit tho United States. Some Joubt The Sherman silver lnw os The so full of blossoms that should would bo more rcusnunhlo are resolution would he almost unani- charge tho trouble to id expressed In high official crcles merely n compromise measure ouiy Under the MuKlnley bill the them iimiuio tlio trees government imys $10,000 000 in mously supported. H.V limiting r j woubl not hold the fruit without limn to over production. us to the nbsolute right of rimov-a- l consented to by the oQlelnl bounties to the sugar iiiiiiiufin:tur-ers- , the time in which this suspen- Those who constantly hammer of a person holding a presi- eniont to pacify and harmonize considerable propping, while the people nro in the would have tlio right of prices down are not only exaccer- - dential commission. those In favor of free and uiilimit-- l A cimv.x of Jackson, Mich., crip of n trust that has put the sion the law would not be perma- uting (ho surplus, but thoy speak Oh, my poor back I Whnt faln ! pd coinage nt the presejut ratio. .tho other day, wrote a message on prico of sugar baek to almost the nently annulled. Sneli u propo in unreasonably rosy terms of the No excuso for it Plantation Auti Of tho two evils they hose tho) tho back of n Cotumblaii postago u.nuciMttN. J. old prices. Abolish tlio bounties silinii could not lie consistently growing crop. it j a THOMPjON, . ., . , , 'stamp anil malleil ll. llio Ipost combated by tho free silver men, U. V.K, Judje C. U IIANHI.C, J N. lli:.HLUt, Ji. and make sugar free. government crop re- Pain Portia Plaster with cansVtiiinl . The last ""8 ,,,ruV to uui to be as deeply is greatly per-- . ut that place as they profess wlllenreih Sold aud gnara.l -ee.l,,0"Br lwmc" AN nnalysis of the statistics of impressed with the necessities of port estimates that the 1803 crop is ono pioxod.as nlibougli a utessngo can n very bad alternative. will fall ut least 100.000,000 bush. eaiistiiciory business failures of the United immediate relief as nro their of the loading causes of the pros- t,0 forwiirtletl on a I cent postal DUCIMNW. PrtaU.al, J. J. C IIONIil'KA.tT, Vir.rtaJtal ; ft. I States for the past six mouths by opponents. If this Idea were o!h short of tho last crop, which Uowgill& Cowgill, Ilickumu.Ky ent fluaiicial tllsturliHiieps that arolcnrd, ho dues not think it lawful Cashier; J N. DtiADI.UII, Jr Atalatani Caliler. " T. T. Swayue, the Chattanooga Tradesman dis- to be put In a form of h joint was 510 000,000. destroying tlie faith nnd eontl.J for letter to bo scut through the Kurope wants about 3,500,000 closes the fact that the Southern resolution, It is believed that Cloro tiro's., Cayop, Ky. deuce in the administration. TliPimn8 written on the back of a States havo withstood the rinnn. speedy action could be obtained bushels of our wheat every week, A. K. Drevnrd, Jordan, Iy. purchasing of 1,500,000 ounces of Htainp. cinl crisis better any other upon it. The responsibility would but ns long as tlie bears re hamsilver inuiiiiiiy pain iur nu jj"'" the price down sbo is apt scctlou of tlio country. N his I ii K a Circuit Judge, .is not in accord with justice; be- then lie with the Administration mering till DSSSaVINO PRAISS. M.tsrr.u-ri'KKshe sir Tin: t 'sides there baB already been too W ilc.lrr to to apply the remedy demanded by to wait bottom. thinks it has touchCommissioner Locurrn has to our eltlnt, that for Europe could afNews reports (tat much of tho gold reserve used Trar luTL'O OOrtltlll of tlie business ed the The Padri-a11. irrwii! trnrL- nf iitinrliio--' a Imxtiiii rlllnc l)i. Kliw't . i lure ford from a money point of view Dr. the pensiou list and this week al world. The deck would then bo to hire tho Chicago bears to hum- during the trial of n case In jdie to maintain confidence. IV" Pl.eottrjr for Cvntuiiipllon,.rnict New hum list of fraudulent ueusiouersi cleared for the battle royal on the mer wheat down. Who knows but Circuit Court at Mnvtleld, hstt The National Ooverumciit has Kln' nl Llf rtlt. llncVtrtt'a week, n lively spat is said to hsve no more right to create a market sli Klruluiir. l h mtcr from the rolls, intiin (mention of the absolute re with fttriokon 1 noonrro.l li.,t urnon AttnrtiPV Sun for Iho iinulii.-- t nf silr.ir iirmllin. banainl rfme.ll llil tl woll.or lint TClciHtllC law. Til 6 whnt she does it AmmiL. tliHin iu IIia iiKinnu nf Kl'ld of tlie lin (11011 unitttiftl ilf.ciliii. It has occurred to us since the Crnssiitnd for the prosecution nid than it has for the iron Into.Is ulttn iisiislniie.! silver men woubl lmve an oppor mImvmh meiiiin.lrjciii We n.it litill to surDtte ihtm f ttf r Illinois Grain Shippers' Associa- Judge Moss. It appears that tl.o of Pennsylvania, the cotton or wlill'n thn rnnnriln nf thw Unr On. ttlllitV to ItiaSS their forces Olid lime. rl t inJ rttlr to rfuo. the tion hns threatened to prosecuto hnd clnsod its test slsslppl, or the wheat of Illinois. purcha.t rrieo. I' illit'etarT ru'li ilo iinrtiiinnt show r.ni.r.lnsl velv Hint conduct their fight without en the rullroads for holding cars rtMif.ll'n Tht not follow ihtlr ute TlielHw siiouid no uiicotiditiou-allthey were deserters from the army countering the direct pressure of back, keeping their grain off tho in ony, nnd .Maj. Harris was enxiutirii purely hte von llirlr nml Iloleombe, Jrugi.i. repealed. ltcpublicau Hz. ut gaged in stilting to tho jury wha, e uusiuess iiiiercoio. j large. and are still deserters at oq Ihclr mcrlH. U A. market, thus preventing them Ouo pensioner, it has been dis least, is tho war somo of tliom trout taking advantage of a sud- tho defense was expected t impressed prove. Ilofore ho had proceeded now dispen-snrSouth Caholisa's covered, was noviir in the military nrtftie who liavo beou den lise in prices, thnt the railThe movement for better roads law will not have smooth service at all, but has been draw with tho proposition. 'I no lilea roads, millers nnd bear gamblers far Mr. Crosslautl demanded that ho stop. The command did lift sailing. A great many of the sa has assumed the rlcht kind nf meets with the approval of somo mg Ids pension with regularity people who re wero in collusion, nud that the havo the desired effect until Judjja loons, It Is true, have closed up shape in Lauderdale county, Tenu and dispatch just the same. A of tlie present ruinous prices of wheat Most rapped the attorneys to a and none out of business, but The town nnd county have joined number are dropped from tho cognize how bitterly tho direct re nro partly duo to u conspiracy. I "others are still open and it Is said I1"""'9 nirllio cause, and liberal der. ninety peal of the net will be contested rolls for not having served Nobody doubts that tho finanA ISr. rriTClC"V. 'Sit down, Mr. Crosslaud," di .lite constitutionality ot tint law is IIIUIll-- ui'llllillllld iimiv ut:i-i- i im iii.iis barely possible that a repeal days, as the law requires; othors It cial stringency has something to to the cash premium fund which I Im tested. In Charleston, to dropped because the disability for iug bill could bn passed under do with wheat prices; but if thnt mantled Judgo Moss. road it, sir," nssertod Mr. the largest city in the stnte, there is beinc rnhctl to offer to which they are drawing pensions pressure uithm n few weeks after is the J0IS w. icntiLi. ). rna'l. "I'll not trouble why doesn't It bring Crosslnnd. do"Fine the gentleman Is no dispensary and tho blind overseers for tho best stretch of CUIt. RlLIZtC, Irt.l. Congress got together, but the Is the result of their own vicious machinery, transportation, IO. Mr. Clerk" said tho ludee. tiger Is already making Ids up. new road limit during the year habits. Seversl women who drew belief is by no means general. farm amounts clothing, ntc, down I Again, if enrance. Mauy ol the liquor 150;t. The fund now proposod to ..J'SflSlSLUS nH soldiers' widows, are Tho most sansuiue advocates of to t0O. It .. or evon This.. transaction ruffled Mr. OrnB the Iinancial .n "ilropped because they have remar- the repeal admit that tlie iMmnoe overproductionsituation only pauses land's leeuutrs in sucn n inanneri denier havo closed out their (nearlya convention is of road overare tho Atock nf whiskies, etc., and are hold for an absolute repeal, wtui no that ho snld ho would leave tho ried. compromise or substitute, is im- - why is it that the price nf wheat court room beforo ho would sit selling milder beverages, such as seers about July 1.1th to formulate Republican papers which are irnbable. I ho propositions tinu can ho made to tliruluiite surerai down. srnlu water, ginger ale nud tho plans for offering tho prizes. frantically abusing President Clevc-- J nro suggested as compromises on cents in fifteen minutes without Flnoliim 10 moro, Mr Clerk," like. There is much curiosity niKsr. i.tniH Kr.rutii.it: rncK. everywhere ns to how tho now lantl for not calling congress J which the present law might bo any change in tho flunucinl situa said Judge Moss. varied, tion or tho "enormous surplus!" St. I.iuie fWpobtic The "TIce getlier in extra session at once arc repealed are numerous nnd At this Mr. Crosslaud walked plan uill work. Docs not thnt look a lit t to like the will teal fite for one y tat to any permm in a very great hurry to lie saved Tho nbsolute repeal would leave gamblers bnvo something to do ont of the court room remarking ntn.llnc club of font new vearlr tub Solicits your iv. Is your life worth 50 cents J ,i.u ..nu....rii.u i..... ...i.tnt. it.f. the country practically without that he was done with the case. Wu offer thn niosl I.ibernl Arcnininodatioui linninras. with fuiir dollar' with market 'i .i.J silver legislation und tills, of Agriculture. prices 1 Journal of "Fine him $10 more, Mr Olork," Dumb Chill; Ague; Congestive icrltitri,Tbe lltpul.Hc totto py for lis i w u ..... i.if.. to our Cuetouii'iH Connidicnt with Hstublikhcd ettrywhere, m. ...v. will bo contested, even by again commended Judgo Moss, Chill; Death. This is the evolu-tio- anJ lb moil popular putilltbtd Jluiiking Principles. etatute books and refused to repeal conree, l.n .In ..n, . n a ... tlinl llin of that malaiial chilly sensa- In Amtrlea. Il re'iltrt gel the ntw "and inako out a capias immedihail cren afier its injurious cflects Prepare yoursolf for the coming ately. These Hues will not bo re- tion. Stop it in time. Plantation balf a week earlier tbtn ll can be kad bo coui.elled Government should became notorious. Having left the ,0 rcmBO and store away so slimmer by cleansing your system mitted under any circumstances." Chill Onru will do It, or it will cost from any weekly paper, while lie IJletary Afrleuliurat ami oilier dtparlmenle are JJemocratic party to wrestle with ninl)y ounces of the metnl monthly nud purifying your blood with you nothing. Sold by umurpitJ. Ii (Ilia die waula ofl ettry 0. IIAI.TZKK, H.T.TYLKK, .1. W. 1'OWHI.Ii, It. II. III! IIV A III) Plantation Snrsapnrilla nud Indido tlie faituation urougni auoui uy Havo yon tried Plantation Liver read Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickman, ICy mtoiber of tbe family, an eliauld A. A. PA It 18, W. A SHUCK. J. W. COWGILL. of Potash. Prico SOcts a.id $1.00 Pills for habitual constipation their own recklessness, ignorance NliootiiiK at Fulton. You can fti four " In every liouiebutd T. T. Swayne, per bottle. Sold by new euhicribera for it, by a few mloulte' and financial idiocy, they must graThey aro perfectly delightful and Goro Bro's., Cnyce. Ky. Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickman, Ky n sure cure. Price l!."io. Bold by effort. Try it, at once, and tee how eailly We learn that Marshal Isrisen-dine- , ciously jx'rmit tlie Democratic " A. Ii Brevard, Jordan, Ky. it can be done, lfyouwlaba T. T. Swnyno. of Fulton, Bitot a young jtarty to proceed with proper delibIJickman.Ky Cowgill & Cowgill, ample coplr, write (or Ibera. (Jut out Core Bra's., Cnyce, Ky. Satand ten.) " " thin eration. Perhaps there are a few whito man at that place last T. T. Swnyno. Populist Stnte ofllcors of orJer. Ittrliieraenl Ut; utile, It with your Tiik A. E. Brcvurd, Jorihiu, ICy. :i. uiult, .Mo benighted Republicans who are not urday night, while attempting to Goro Rro's., Cnyce, Ky. reorganizKansas are gradually K. Hrovard, Jordan, Ky. even yet convinced that tlie Sher- nrrcst him. The young was em- In I.cngue With The Devil. A. ing tho militia will! a view of putllurl(lrn' .anilrit Mlu. man silver law is a monumental ployed at Weiss & Go's spoke facting none but Populists on guard. COU.NTUY KDITUHft. Tin IlKtrStLVi In hf wnrtil fur Cult. Every commissioned officer not piece of folly. We fail to see any Baptist Gleaner has The Fulton tory, but we did not learn Ids -- A.nd Stnto ail uriiiaoa rtn. Ulccra, Sab Klieiun. I'eter positive indication, for instance, In the national convention of In sympathy with thosupplanted Sitea, Teller, I'lnpiK--l Hiiule, CliUblaine. ihis name. He was shot in the fallen out with the city police of ministration has been JLfllVA :. ll J'aW that Maj. Mclvinley has been coni.iirii-editors held in Chicago last weok by Populist. Some of tho moot t , iiil an m. r.. r.rupiiuiip, bikil m.i oiu par WINK8 ii diiugs, or vinced. It is probahly better to back, and It is thought cannot re the country. It save: the country newspaper man demon- - ellicicul companies of the Stnto lively enrra 1'ilet,jrlre uoterfrci required. It l iriiaranterd to m 3sjv.',aK ''.flLKJ fc." aaliafactiun. 3 iA wr "As a general rule wo may say cover. Iirisendino claims to bo mi:i)ioini-:s, let this law stand for awhile. Tlie rascality fctMtcd his right to stand ns a teach have been mustered out, nud now or money refunded I'ru-- s.1 ctnu r Av vw assurance that it will certainly be justifiable in tlie shooting, but wo t hut there is moro grand of tho people. In the papers companies made up oxlusivoly of hx- F- aate lr C. A. lloloon.b, i)n.g- - utationuky, on in onrmuninclpHl coun-jc- r carriod repealed will prevent any learn there are those who think ells, nud by our police forces, than nnd tho discussioni had it was Poptilists aro forming. Tlio reg - 8 LIQUOAS FANCY 0001)8 tUrm mvdamage, and in the meanwhile its different. Mr XA shown that the editor of the reprc ular militia Is being supplemented. by the sumo nuinuor or men l'OU WZ authors will have opportunity to else. You ma.v titko nuy sentativo country press has as by volunteer companies organized TtLINOIS CENTRAL K. R. SUNDItlES, torn. aV vlsHnPawV I eV Who Im to Ulninc? study its working and takings and with averago policeman, nnd when yon keen an appreciation of the net: in riiritrcii parts of the State, MKDIUAL 1'AINTS, take on humbler view of their own it.iTi:s gel into the eecrets of his work essitics and responsibilities of his the advice aud eiiconragemonl of ... Is stringency In money ..... will H..J him ll, I....HMA mlllil , If there who furiinancial wisdom. Memphis ComUB15. OIL8, TO CIIICIAIll, AMI Till: calling us tho average man wno tho Adjutnnt-Ueuernlmutters, and stagnation in trade, the lawless elements of the com- conducts a mercial. journal. nishes them with arms. Kopubli-cametropolitan papers charge that tho PopuSPECIALTY. it is chargeable to the Republican munity. It Is but little trouble to anomalous thnt it not V We learn from u Washington party, because all the existing run a 'blind tiger" in Ids district And Usois when at all considered that lists nre prepaiiug to uso the mill- - Tlrktti nuw on Iha rro.a Fiitlm, to tlilmn anl iumuJ Hip, ..I. l.t iiitluu. it is this r.li.m lc lh.ll, liKlu.llr, Ia In ntirri'lmr ll.n Rtatn nnrl tl!flr. .lallj telegram that a general plan for laws in regard to National finance for he is blinder than the ' tigor" tiilllUil K... lt ,'lurH a nt III. I lh Culrl is. A gambler's don may run on the successful owner of tho local Should u aituatiou similar to that1 mull Utliaonl lirU. the betterment of the department sole of Inst winter arise, th Populists Huutt are Republican laws. How thank- every corner, but ho seems never newspaper is generally service of the government has been It A II. Kit, 11) rilOM IIIRMOUrll claims. all departments aVid is agreed upon by tlie several heads ful the people, should ho that last to know it. In short, the average manager of to deal with problems will hoablo to enforce their from wliMtlraltia titttt CIiIcmko ullhout r d prevented compelled a This they were lour lu full ,1. of Ilia of the executive departments. anJ November they Installed the Dem policeman is a fraud nntl that cheut. "OXD nXZiZABZaXl" some of its business and mechanical af- - doing lust winter by the ro fus.il Hut if it should happen wjien put into operation as the ocrats, and that on Aug. 7th a good man violates sonic silly fiiim fl wrdl n nf tn editorial re- - of Ibe militia companion to inako BUILDINGS EXPOSITION Keen a Splendid Sleek ef the very W "' w x result of investigations now being Democratic Congress, meets, ready statue, that some poiioeuiftu- is BnoniMIUWHo-lo-OTinpelk'd',rtnrrnsaault upon the Republican nda of of all made is expected to produce results to take alt responsibility and so very apt to see ll and make tlio study tho demands of bis patrons House. of a radical character. In carrying change the laws as to givo relief law breaker come to time on a more closely than is tho editor of HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, fit. Plantation Chill (Jure stops chills, nut mis pian circular letters ot in- - nud restore prosperity. And this line. W have said all this prep- the large daily newspaper, especialWORLD'S FAIR aratory to Baying that last week ly in his editorial titteranees. His stops 'em quick, and they never AT have been addressed to1 tho Democrats will utruction are offered at ONE rUICE, and Hat l!i do, No mat- Bro Gilbert Dobbs, pastor ofa the chiefs of bureaus and divisions couio back. If you don't hollo ve (Wortl'a rlr ULtlon-IM.Im.h,) critical, the s readers arc uxactingly verr lowest Ibe inarael JuillEci. ohurcli, was fined five it, try it. If it don't stop 'em ask in every department of tlie govern- ter how many street wise ones n Forrurlli.r parlicnlara, llctrta, tie., you hear talking about this stand in the noltce court of Patlu- - more so because ho is personally foryour money back. you'll get it. sihlr... tnnr Iml, ar imml I. U, II. rati llckalr K, ment service at Washington. In All golds gusranleed la t I' AClilrcu. known to them all. Individually rcant, rrrf'"l"l A. II. IUNSON, a general way this letter asks all ard or that standard, wait until call, for tho awful sin of riding ho is a power in tho community in Price COo. Sold by his bicyclo over tho sidewalk, clerk, male or female, to state their after August 7, wlieu the grand from nu alloy to his gate, a dis- which ho lives; collectively he is Cowgill & Owwglll, llicktunu, Ky " Mississippi Valley Route " Swayite, age, wheu apointcd, past promo-tin- t, old Democracy lays down its tance of about forty yards. True, a power in the nation. Kansas T. T. Bro's., Oayco, Ky. number of relatives in oflice, standard. Ooro (XaHrt Ntv: i!L"l"!'l Vall.y LV) thiii littlo rido wns hurtful to no City Journal. A. Ii Brevard, Jordan, Ky. etc.. and such like auctions, which ouo, but it wns a violation of tho LOUt.SVlI.LB, when answered will givo at u( A CITIZEN of Hiukman, who Is ordinance, und a policeman was lint Wcnlhcr limitrnnrr. The explanation of Kentucky For null ou cm Inmro having only half an exhibit at the glanco a satisfactory history of tlie known to boa successful KVAN8VIM.B, ready to do his duty in arresting yourselftwenty-fir- e family against any bv ami official status. When these cier. has summariTiui M.a lerisla. tho preacher. These same police-moCINCINNATI, un attack of bowel coinpUlnt World's Fair is found in tlio fact from AND ALL POINT! havo allowed the gambling luring tlio niiramcr. ChanberUlii't C'olia, that only half the appropriation questions have been answered thejtion needed to help tho flunnoial appointment clerks of tho several condition of tho country. Wo bolls, brothels nnd saloons or ra- Cholera and DMrrboea Ituroeily la a n was oxponded. :mz W IK such a rate as to tiira for tbeie ilieeaeee. it com but V&WUVIVU (ll'lkllllllL-IK.win lormi need the benefit of tho thought of il a cab to run at of For al hy T. T. Snayi.o, 25 eente. meTin IlliooW Legislature did one good the littlo DEALEItS IX inako the name n kind of clearing themselves into ll proHiliiK during ila recent eeation. Sodom, Jrugglit. house board, compare notes and such practical btiMness men ands tropolis a synonym for vided for the eelablUhinent in Ibat male MKMI'IIIB, VICKSBUK0, less politics in our National flnan-ce- nnd Its corruptions aro notorious. A country editor down in at a liouae of refiigo for young eirli be. make audi recommendations as the NEW ORLKAN8, : But let u good man perform a Mississippi recently wrote to Pa- Iween lb 2"' of Ion ni' Ixtttn, It fact in each particular case may AND All 1. ltpel of Hi Shtrnun Mil. liarmloss deed, nnd ho pays for it. ducah to inquire if tho News knew anoruprlalcd 176, OOU for tbe purobaao of a for Ibe 'J l'roliitlilon of furOitr itlterpurohsi teem to warrant, These investigam Such hypocrites ought to bo Bout of "a printer wlto U also a haw alio and (8.000 I yearpurpose or anj.port of una home lutlltutlon. unlit twlc now In tlio Treturjf Is tions are expected to disolo.se that penitentiary. It Is nil right ball pitcher and is willing to come-t- Ibe Jurenlle femalelie to the ollenderi la to provide for aloilltieil io out huudred milnumerous government employes lion,. to make preachers observe tlio the maintenance, ulealpllns and reti small town and tuko n pmilion for are aliens, also that many families law that other peoplo do. but it is . Mlur lo h formation of (tlrla of lbs required agea, 8T. LOUIS, lf,t jenjr for all CAIIIO, on a weekly paper?" Tlie News who may have been convicted lor any outrageous to allow the buso have from three to ten relatives in dtburirrptilnljr on Imporli. cincAao, 4 Nsllniml lUnki io be altoweJ to lt misdemeanor. of tho community to wulk answered that "it would be a the government service and that Wi J oSertnj all radei of Tlala, Medium and Fine rurnttura at ;reatlr rtdntoA prlf s. TTe AMI, .l. IMINTg Ul In otien defiance of nil the moral matter to find a good printer earry a full lino at all tiinosof Ohnlrs. Koohors, Tnbloa, nurooun. WaoltstniulH, n"':u' "e ..l,l,." nn,l I.M .,... iiiiicir "',r.nojMl lie loill ,li" '" !" or :.i o. ..i.. .!. ' .V A MILLION PWEMDtl thou flue n who is a good pitcher. It would MnltroOBOO, 0prlllR8,EtO,d wasuaranleo ue .HJ1 "NVoHt. Wordrolioa,lhaChombor8ot,a Irml ana bo lonttnrrd. 6 A linn nr ll,,r I,, ih. II. R. Qntorn- - laws of tho, lantl, and on the rolls are too old and decrepit: '' s friend biden.1, and A lowaak Ulva u pries lo bo for a trilling offense bo a very poor combination. As a not' frleni in one ismillion people have Connicllni; at Memphla to perform effloiont work and are ment In nil ouoil b'uki ( Vnlton.l nJ preacher fjT We are headqinrlets on Undorlnkors' Qooria and dlecount all eompetltlen In Ihla vtllh through Its' Iban in mie of InlereM. for that is without moral character a friend In Dr. King' train to all olnl In line. We oarrr a larte line ot Wooden and Mutalllo Uurul Casea, represented by substitutes at great Sine) t oftnr low l.inki" io our tto itself. In this respect tho police general thing tho head ofa g mil found Jual such Cnnlumpllon, Coughe New iwrlocl ytnr and taruj,alrlnc aad Job Work sstclalur. printer is 'too long' to play ha, Diacovery for AHKANSAS AND TKXA3. ly reduced pay. Thprte facts when (Jotf rnmtnt for m. loq h rmklnc court of Paducah is without oc- It seems too much like work. Now, Collin If Jon bare never mod, ibli 0 real established, will form tho basis tool honlfor ilnuhl (be Binnunt of tho casion for envy on the parC of Cough Madlolne, one trial will oonvinee and all Inforrantlno will bo MiaifimL oi H if ho wanted a printer who an you that It baa wonderful curative powers Hales, Ticket, appueatlon ofn general reorginiaition all along loan biik'a tMein,io li frier li per cent other police courts." near-elurni.ocHl on ll.r Utuio l 10 blow a bugle or any other kind of in all diaoaaea of Throat, Cheat an I Luuga ticket agent, tho line and by the "weedding out" of Hit p. up tiork of tun Ui'k. Eaob bottle la guaranteed to do all thai la L. P. PAY, d wind olDcli.li hare instrument the News could Thc Wirll' Flr 8 AH bnk la be rtquirtii to keep st T. n. I.VNOII, jirccoss tho government service olalmed or money will be refunded. Trial Ibe Jnjri for the October 20 to 21 Tr.iffio M'ir. Aaa't Con, l'a.i, Ac't will lw increased in eilicieney fully 1hii i.i) ptr rut. jf thelrUwfut rteooroos reunion of Ibe wr Ttero, CooMerate furnish him eoveral, ns it coined in bottles fro al C. A llolcoiuhe'a Jnij in eilmr. their lino of business' I.OUfBVILLn, K. 10 or 15 ncr cent. ittrc Lr5 botUw 003 omt ft 00. aaiiUoloa. 7 2'o ill cil monty THE HICKMAN COURIER. IIIOKMAN, KY., NKXATOIt LINDSAY cstIHi. Oh tlio Nllvcr n.i,i' ri'.nr.iiAi. aii. .ilrrllnff I" Hid Inter! or Tiii.Mts I ruoi.iiut uo.vrt'tinl Ivy.M. g.vMSK. WltTINO, J.. g ; Wittin Sams1,,, X 5J w.i t,s Gnu-pres- s pub-lishe- d r. ,',' w Itaplo and Fancy Groceries, ehlit-i-ft- I -- .,,. uuiiiiiiit-imiwiii- - - t bl Jof'l-t.- l!or-(liai- the-Tllv- er J M. B. Shaw, M3J& e " it 1. Staple mi Fancy feoceH.es, to-da- . of-r..n-... Ifi-e- s I 6- over-productio- r. lUlllltS' oIBBBIAim' tindor-dis-tributiu- anti-silve- el-- ,aff CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIRBOTOBS. . ,, ""!" l - OPFICERS AI.E.X-ANUn- l th-i- I IIKIillAN WAGON CO., b T tx-t- : lug-Stat- es y y anti-silve- r HI0KMAM WAGON, KKN J - If JhSL ICKMAN 4Wii ckp HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. to-- Puitl Up Capitnl $40,000.00. DIBBCTOR .., I K- -.. n I I 1 . I ir I T 4 pekol Addrt-sitb- JJonlcr in -- L I ' -- - -r nnr-wher- e 1 mtmntts; Av'3jl tMJ.aii' i. TtireSwmtty I I iti:iu:i ! VfmMl HKnB. l'ljHBf n (Ii rRESCItlPTIONS tran,f-ru- I - Roguhtr Stops m UI ! h Wi dol-lar- (1 . Roofine: el Speoialty I IhnttureT" fdtrniture. STEPHENS & flnan-elerk'- a n otr-lai- f J. TYLER, uw A Faniltwrc andUMertaker'sOoods, olo-me- .,., ! dilli-cu- '. '"" Novtli sl BRiira -- ileelg-Dte- COURIER - tottr job work to thi - OFFICE. -- s "i.jM vmwmwmjmi mtoy-ii-t l(efiw"WTir- - j; ' i wi1! yCTIiWIaSMM JsmB P!lat!,'iipgii'i1 'I11.1. ,",jrr -' r... .. "- - - ' - - TT. trrs x,r' "4V -- "i .i" r i .' i !TBI-M.imrgmnMMMtrftm J r-- y -- iWwM ' " - !ll&&9V'$Kkt. ? . - - - - - -- w- z J ! Fruit Jars ! Mason's Pint Jars, Mason's Quart Jars, Mason's Globo IIiilf.GiilIon Jars, TO FOB Fruit Jars Half-Gallo- n I ! PSSSSSSSSSJSSSSSSSSI AiIG -II6F0BTQU! "V "' " t,fm,nmr'wfirtrvrimtmvStiVMiidmitrrdt-- iimmtmmnKL-rrmT-mammmm- .Personal UO" item. 1'tl.nna wLliInf to lull tiollrr. uf fll.li't. ami tol.tltri piMl.liM, it(iir till. Ii'i'l, ill r.Mi. -r a f.ivt I) m.llluj or imJInc tli.m lu IliU oltlcc. JL ttb m IfttVHttf r "' " "' ' fft?wwtAi mik 0 Jars, city. Captain Jeff Rogers Is in thn Pfe, CF&vpolL&em 18 V&laflwrv 1 " Tin Quart Cans, Jolly Glasses, &t. &c. TRT. To enliven our trade, and relieve the monot ony of dull times a little, wo have made some Swooning Reductions in our slock, ami ior a few days shall offer, j Ttie Cash. In Hickman. C3p27ocox". S Buggm I Saddles Harness I linve (lie moht oomiildo nntl caic fully Hvlcctcil line of JUS TN I ' - pOF - pdffl ipv -- G Your choice of any Suit on our Counter for BUGGY HARNESS AND SADDLES Also, n full lino of Ilrullc, Collnr, Collar I'mlf, ClircU liiira, llreccliiiig, IIuiuw, Tracct, Ac. A rooiI M't of Jluggy Iliirnevj . $fi.00 A kooiI Sadillu . 2 60 Oil Killing llritlli". ,.- ltli.i.1 llrlil! --V. 60 miii fie V15 i)m rfoi,m)0Jm Thiii Includes SLIPPERS For LADIES, lisa Hcsslo Case Is falling n Union City. Mr J. Tap Uyiiuin.of Heelfoot, Tenn., Is In tho city. Mr. Jno. Nelson, of Union City, spent the Fourth in lliukmuu. . Mrs. R. 1!. Hicwird is visiting retinites in Robertson county, Tenn. Mr. M. II. Shaw and family from a trip to the World's Fair Saturday. Mr. Jerry Malouolefl Sunday for u trip to Canada, returning via Chicago to tako In the Fair. Mr. Horace Hurcli, who has been visiting in Fulton for two wicks past, returned homo Wednesday. Mr R. T. T.ler, wife, mid family leavo next wee!: for tho Alio, Succesior J. 11. linger, lu Books, Stationery, &Ci A full line of OPTICAL GOODS, Repair's Fine Watchea a Specialty stilt ceil ns Rfpitsented. Work Guaranteed, and Goods Glint' Eniigcr'a Old Stand, Cllnloli Stfeelt la-rK-j- jc:2 j. ac-jc-em.-j- 1 THE OLD EILIABLE. CHlS. " A. OMB, I-IOLC- 'ik Renter txi DRUGS, HEDICIHE3, PAIHTS AND MSSTDMi .. Cutaways and Trince Alberts, woitli f3ackc, MISSIS and OIIIIjDKISX, nt We thongli't'wo wereViB to sell" nil tho Slippers In the Unit oil States and bougl:it aie.(irillngly. Well, wo hacc sold lots bf 'cm, but we've got lots left, wliloli we don't want to carry over, anil have cut tho price now, In tlio btgiuuiiiK of summer, instead of wa'iting until the season is over. Call on ua for sorts. World's Fair. They will probably visit bomu of the Luke health re- &" Collar Iim If you want a good Uuggy, & S 18.50, $20.00,825.00 12.50. Reduced Prices. Mr. II. Itnrlintmn and wife will leave Sunday for Chicago. IIIOOIAN, ICV. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNbEO. 9T& 3 fico ino bclorc you buy. -- ra AUn, some niagulflcent values for Alfred N., LKtVtTt JvCoDarviol. Mr. Loiinu Ounl, editor of the Murray Lodger, iaauiipplicant for mo piuco ni ucpuiy coiicuiur un- 810.00 and lUllroutl Tlmr ThMv. 0. & Boys and Children's Suits at'' ut extremely low prices. Wo have too much I'owtTH. der r a ?r.la N . u, Ut IJ'li a I Tl.n. Mayor Tom Dillon and Sum Till" ro. in ik r ctia connection with lli I., A N al MeKenil going miiil.. and I'arlccr lutru burn on tlio nick lint "till lie N N A M V at I'adue!. June-(lu- ll over idnuti tliu l'nllon Imiliecuc. (slug norlli an I lli Nanism accoiu. We aro not at nil astonished at on hand and imint uioro It, Piolnilnn going-iith- , tticlr liehif: nick, fioiu Ihorepoit we got of tlio uflalr. Somo men will fit around all day and howl hard tltnrs from Uliiiikbrriloi arc gottiiif; ripe. miiiHko to sunset wlillc other men of Tlio corn crop looks promls- - will vrrnr out i.rt worth toi 'ioe,Mi in a frantic effort ifltuln llJL, iu. MJt:.q:JC:iSM,; day 'a work. Strange, but true. ILSSEa The HritRou for Imrbecuca nml WUr LHilles, ilon't wear jour iicnlc la at IikihI. Tho annual readjustment of The Mavtlnlil Mirror says nl sehes out bv ruiinilic an old.' fvr Clock" at P.uck Dros from! heavy Machine. Call at Co Weill's motion whs' made In tho circuit .salaries of presidential poslinnet- 75c iiji. light run i court of that county to dismiss an' era in Kentucky affects only threo cv6tock. Drue Store and i;ol The hum of the thresher is ulug "Now Home," tho best ma- - indictment against a negro lie- - postofllccri in this congressional 'cause, as It wiisnllegcd. tho tdierill district. Tho salary at 1'adiiiMh chine In th market. licard on every hand. A Paduculi preacher, in Ins had made a illsuriiiiiiiatlou of color is lucroaseil Trom ?L',nuo to ?,00'J predictions for this Hick's In 6electlue the grand Jury lludluglnycar. At Hickman there is nu month gives us oid timu duly' sermon last Sunday night, tie tU bill. The motion whj over- - iucieasn from 1,(M)0 to $1,100, iiouucrd tho officials of that rii v outlier. and at I'lluceton a reduction from as "a set of knaves and fooU " ruled. 1,G00 to 1,100 a year. I'nrmrrs ro beginning to feol Alas, for tho poor Counelliimn; lie Kile stir The better, as prospects for crops con- ratchcth hail Columbia on every Company ofMutual Vork Insurance d-- McGluty never wont to the Is tho oldKew tinue to biigliteu. side. est, large! and best Company in bottom of tho well, as icportcd. do to J. W. Straughnn's for Tho citv oouncll of Homing the United States. The Company Ho only stepped down to Cow-gill- 's ll.iHedmlla nod JIata, rishiiigTaok Green recently pnssed a law com- - l now issuing to the iusuriug Drug Storo nud got bottom lo. c. i:l!l drng stores to cloe on lie u pollej comtirlsing advantages - piiceson I'll i ut 8, Oils, Glass, etc. The stale board of oquuliza Stiiulav. The drueL'Isls of that net er before ofl'ered. For full in- They keep a full lino of such 1.J.'D3. tion raised tho assessed valuations city contested tho matter, ami the for nnitlon nbout theso policies, goods. of Carlisle- county lauds 22 per court has decided the law unco- call on E. K. Ht.MSON, agent. 0. ll.Jowol, tho Hock Island nstitutional. cent. Mr. J. A. Collins, formerly n rain maker, has a schema on hand -- In Graves county n few dnj8 well known tuisiuess man of Fulnow which ia causing tlio Populist Mnsliieis is generally "dull. 100 and ton, died at his homo In that placo ndmiuistratiou of lCnusns n great The farmers being very busy do ago a man was fined lint get in often to swell thu local given &) days in lull fur whinninc Tuesday of last week. Tho causa deal n worry. He has announc" his "life, and Gor. llroAfirwf-nnt- ' of his dehilse was heart disease, ed that ho proposed (o show Iiutiiirss. remit any part of tho oentence. and his taking off wns rather sud- Iho people of that state that ho Tho Somervllle Journal says Ho is not in sympathy v,ih n man den. Ho had been in ill health, could bring down tho rain anil "Iho mini who uocr advertises who would whip his wlc however, for n long timo, and his would go to Chicago and during nlwa.s has plenty time to balance death wns not altogether unex- Kansas week in Septombor, Hood up his books." Miss Mary Lulen datightor of pected. tho World's Fair in great downDr. Jo. Lnten. one of tho most pours. Ho says' if that would The I'ultou Graphic says there I charming young ladles of Western of Hie moJen In Kailntllo "liich One . tfMtliJ In for k'plhj aaloon, open not satisfy tho most stubborn, ho but one thing that Il 'm I or, Kentucky, wnn at i led in union 1J rnjois better than u barbecue, and jCity, Tenn. dnrln g the spmIoii ot on Sunday, a, lo ullicb a clfar Maul did not know what would. Ills anj In ll, anil in, in! Ihat lhay schemo is to operate from Iho that Is n circus tho District Conference, lo Mr. mii.t rriUuraul plron of the re.taiir.ini. Kansas Duilditig in tho Fair fcnl the (La abloom did uiueh Umlrr 'III. The summer mnsqultns liavo J. N. Ivison, of Dmiuoiii, III. Grounds, and if not permitted to liualneM on tfnudir- A rfcuu dccKion do began presenting their bills and, that ho will set up his tout The Paducah Snudav Visitor of Ihr TiMirM'ii anprrtu courl cumpela though we protest, they draw on en in c nut last Sunday dressed in ll'i- - nnnrra lo .tittl up reaata'iranta oriep outsido nud Hood Chicago with us just tho same. water. tho national colors red, nldtc and rile thtm from the iuIouo, eOeclunll;. :totj J? hhhukyh J" tS blue. Tho Visitor Is one turning oot(j (no 0(1 t" po.).i.u isiif our best exuhances, ami no exA. Sony hijom 'oyy Pim ui;,-- )ii "siuu,! tend n hearty wih that it may Bt.l,. I It. n. AlllllVlX: Tr.la a SI, 1 10 r. Tr.li. .N.. U. il i a, Slippers or Shoes ! LOCAL NKWS. SMITH, ELLISON cSs CO. Did you enjoy tho Fourth! A number of Hiekmanites spent the Fourth in Union City. A telegram to Marshal Itrizoii-dine- , Yotk Slntc. Misses Rello Fortuno nud atelln Millard leave for tlio World's Fair, nml will also 6icud the summer vacation attending tlio Miuic Conservatory in Chicago. Tho Union City Commercial w.s Iho following coiilpllmeilt to one of Hickman's popular Drench ers: ' Rev. W. O. Waters, pastor in chargu of too .Methodist church at Hickman, was in attendance nt tho District Conference in this city last week. Mr. Waters filled the pulpit nt the 0. T. Church Suiidnt, mid is considered one of thu most promising young minis tera of tho Memphis Conference." The postiraaler general has irlftly ruhvl Ilial 'diieatel germ are umnanaoie mailer.' it bat (01 lu l a After enjoying tho Worlil'a Fair, tney win visit relatives lu 3ew Tlio (illorloiiH Foiirtli. .1m 1 - i V Cuuritr. V no longficeclie, no booming of cannon, not exert a bieyJe irace, nol a lirccraoker or Uurralt leing ;ood, true patriot who dcalred no iik'Iouk waale of material; but, wilh heart lull of liberty, ni brtooV ouraelTea to the woodn. Old aud youdp preiscd huggleii, wagons asd airtt Into teriiee, mid HC.tllered out lo the varloti flitting reaorla, for which our famotia. After a p'raaanl ride of eaten miles our pnty found itself on Ihe bulk of the Wo hi-- " C. C. C. Ccrlntn CltM fjnr" Is plctisnnt to tnkv unit liarmlcia, CJilIdrcii IIUo It. CJUtraiitccdl,?!pl . to ctird J'f(IlfnndIcvcr ijirse ' bottles SO cents. -- i ' - Formic by C. A. IfotcbOnr, brliggfltr 1.1 K Ellison. f SarrrMora (o Ellison llroa. f INSURANCE! Fire. Life, Accident, Tornado, &c, cumuion I li in jj tp ure the inaiti lo aend lo pjiecl jltala fjreiarainaliou ''diseased icerma" of eerjr kind. Too preal ear can nol be exerted by ponlolTioe nulhor 0 r - II 0IIJI Htlljln JO JO( MOJJjM An exchnugo says that Ice two inches thick will support n Anderson, on tho Mctr. place. 0 miles below Hickman, was destroyed by lire Tuesday morning last. No insurance. We don't Telegram: know where tho rumor camo from, but they do say that tho Illinois Central will soon make a ten dollar round trip rato to Chicago. -- Cairo man, This time of thn year it supports mo iceman and his entire family. Tho farm hnnso of Mr. Jesso reduce stock. 21 J. W. Stuauohan. 1 will sell Ilox Taper at cost for tho uevt CO days, in order to rta- -I a. - &- - Collcctcr Power has appointed Cal Thomas, tho only colored demociut In Daviess county, to succeed Wyutt Watt, as janitor of tho public building at Oweusboro. Tho jirlco of bacon ought to tuko n tumble. Hogs arc going down. Last winter and spring bogs wont up to $8.35 per hundred, but now they aro quoted at 85.f0. In a tico from Cairo, Inst weok, Ford Hcrold passed the Warl-'aglthree times. Tho Kitglo had Loeu considered much tho faster. &tir Farmers and machine men will find tho best quality of Lubricating Oils, for mowers, thresh- era, engines &c cheap, nt the steamer Hickman to pre-vioust- y rr T. T. SWAVNK'fl. Tho farmer who nponds his timo loallug in town wiiou ho ought to bo plnwiugls the ono who ia eoiitluiiiilly complaining about hard timos, says an Kldcr 11. A. lieuuchauip, the woll known Haptisl mlulater, diod, nt the family home, near Union City, Monday last. Sho was a noble, chiistlan woman and much loved by nil who knew her. Tho oldeat citizen of Obion County Is said to bo an old negro by the name of Illako who llvos nt Ulves. Thero nro papers in which show him to bo 10!) years old, and up to nbout ono year ago ho was of sound mind mid body. Union City Coinmor-cial- . Mrs. IScauchninp, wifo of &ir When you stand out to look nt the electrinlightH von will catch cold. Go to Cowgill's Drng Storo nml buy a bottle of Syrup of Tar and Wild Cherry, or somo other good cough medicine. Mr. Georgo Tailor, n highly respected young runner or (Jbioii county, aged nbout 3."5, was fear fully mangled and killed on tho Duuulgnu farm in tho Tenth tile inei nisi ween. Air. Taylor was timing n lour norse team to a binder when tho team heroine frightened and ran away, and he $.1,000 Insurance was thrown from thoaulmul which 8omo peoplo nro wanting to ho was Wiling In front of tho know when they aro to pay their blade. lie died that night at 10 Stato and county taxes thin year. o'clock, leaving a young widow ami three children. ot until the State Hoard of ization finally fixes tho assessPain in Stomach nna Dowels, ment in each county can tho sher- I'urging, uramps, Summer Com iff make out his tax receipts. plaint and other disenses of tho This will probably take three or Stomach and Ilowels cannot exist four weeks, and the collectors will when Plantation Diurrhrua Mixprobably not start nu their rounds ture is used. It 8 guaranteed. Sold before the lust of July. by Cowgill & Cowgill Hickman Ky " T. T. Snayno, A society tins been formed in Gore JJro's., Cayco, Ky. Fnghiuil lo discourage what is A. E. Urevard. Jordan, Ky. called vandal advertising. Jly this is meant unsightly and monIt Is a pity that tho World's Fair strous auuouuceiiieuts on locks directors have dolled tho laws as and fences, which distigure the they have. Tho Exposition itsoif scenery and make tho country is the grainiest show in tho history prosper." "live long and hideous. This kind ofadvertisiug of the world. If the director's S& Catalogue prices on WatchIn uioro blameworthy hoennsn it would iet decide to abide by tho 3ST&-es and Joticlry. Cull and examine is unnecessary. Tlio most effeo-- laws ollhe Inud it would not only my stock and get my prices betivo and valuable uihertising is, bo gnml business policy, but it 3EF5L 3L7" fore buying elsewhere. .that done through the medium of would be an example of repentance .1. W. STiuroilAN'H. K the jiublio press. 4:21 that would liavo a good moral ofReceived feet Ihe hoi Id oier, except with Tho Charleston Mercantile Zaf Khooplni r'oiifh If not ilangeroiia those who might believo Hi tho Compon, of CharlM'on, M nheii CbainbrrNI'i a I'duIi Itemcde la of wns prompted merely conrrrn, wpli cnui iloekIke freely gutn. It mak. l(Di ,SMfiU lati for U000. ey and preetit tlulrnt lila or cnughinf. by motives of business policy. ttn.fil of crcilllor. TliU innkra (he H There la no dmnir In gleinj It l amall An exchange says an nctor during th. fillurt In children as it contain, noililnz iujnrloua, itn'l00J4K, ami Olmrlrtlon rprr'rl playing in a Wosteru city, observtin fur fail for aale bj T. T. bwayne, dru);lal. ilial III. not lie U.t. Tba lamfi ate ed nu old lady in the front row nr1 lriucllljr local. Last week, nt Fulton, n steam dissolved in tears. Highly flatH , hilo Tho Deltu Street C.ir H high rato of speed being'1 run at a tered at this eildonco of his wonknown ns tho derful powers and skill, ho sent a of Cairo, nnw refuse to al- ft W "cannon bull" trip suddenly message that he would like to seo low colored people to ride on tho throwing the ildeis nud Iieraflerthe peifonuunce. same car with white people, but When horses in every direction. Ono they met ho was giuciouencss itconch," provides n "sepatoto had his arm broken in soif. "Madam." ho said, "I littlo hov This plan Is also in vogue at New two places and several more wero that my noting moved you." Orleans and a number of cities In (2) badly bruised. It is said that n "It did that, bir," said tho old tho south. H negro buy was thrown through n "you seo, sir, I've got u Prof. Verona's Marine Exhi. wiro fence, but escaped without young sou myself plajing actiu' billon, which exhibited hero a few injury. down in Kentucky somewhere, an' SAXDX11S .j-- RICE. weeks ago, has gone to Iho bank Mr. Ben. Keys, tho Third Pur-t- it broke mo all up to think that at .Now Albany, Iud., tlio actors candidate for Congress in this may bo ho warn't no hotter nt it having sued the managers for than yoa lire sir." J District last year, is still preach-'3&aggregating 81000. Tho enaTaiiey douirluu of tlutt party. concern will bo aolil tv?Wsfy tire Children llkototnko "C.t'.C. t uo made a speech nt Mar on. Grit. Certain thill Cure," the plena-ntho claims. Miss Ellen Mltcholl, sister of Tho Fourth of July wns nml ciitiruiilvcd euro for tendon comity, lust week, In which As n southern man I take Mrs. 11. 13. Brevard, diod, lu Robeycr, Ague und Muliiriu. throughout tho country ho suit! that tho country is fast l'rlco AO prldo In whatever advancement ertson county, Tonn., on tho 1st witli the usual patriotic going 10 nic iieniiitllou roraalehy C. A. Houwtnn, Irug;at tho south may make. Fast trains, Inst. Miss Mitchell lived In HickAt Chicago the World's me bankers and money shatks onorgctio people, thrifty farmers, man somo years ago, taught music Fair hud tho largost attendance have the staunch merchants, live newspa- here, and was well known to a so far recorded, the estimate being the peoplo country by tho throalj nro in a snft'oring conpers, vigorous churches, pretty number of our pooplo, liv whom thut, there wero 2."0,000 visitors. bbowing tbe condition of ugly men, will build sho was hold in tho highest esteem Vice President Stovonson was tho ttltlon, mid tho only salvation is women und tho stiproninov of tho Third Partv it u any country this aldo of tho ns u sweet nud In- orntor of tho occasion. telligent young lady. Sympathy Great Desert. Sam Jones. Tho undersigned Several hundred lllekmnti respectfully nsk of Hickman, Ky. ftir Whon tho water works nro Is extended to her bereaved rela- people men, women mid children of Hlekiuauinnke all purehaaea Ihelr cua- 7loniora to before in operation ovorybody should tives. At the t'liiac uf lliiolni-k- June 30, '03. enjoyed thu lth on Hamby Pond, o clock, p, m , Ihelr liotiaea will be Howling Green's local option No. 0 lake, and other fishing take a bath. Cowgill & Oowgill cioaed at that hour during July and ItESOUHOli?. Slnrdej keep nice Soaps, Sponges, Toilet election occurred lust Friday, aud nud, without no exception, U.K. Wllaon Co , 101.0411)1 Loans anl dlsoonut., Waters, besides a full lino of Ex- tho Prohlbllioulst8camo out ahead all report n pleasant and joyous AV. 8. Klllio.1, Honda, fi,U(XI.(K) by a majority of twouty-uiuvotes. dny, tracts nud Odors. Fish in abundance were Kodford & llozera. Ileal Imitate, Furniture and Fix. 3, WO 00 Tho eleutlon was hotly contested, caught, splendid lunches wero F. R. dee, Wo call ntoutioii to tho semKxiiensrs and taxes naid. ": i of)' quietly. provided, nud good humor Handera & It Ice, Due from olber bauk, 3,67 Si iannual statement of tho Iliokiiuin but everything passed Jlallier A Miaw, Cash on band, It tvns a day long lo bo Smith, ICtllaon k Hank to bo found elsewhere In our Tho whisky men liavo uiiiiniincod Co., columns. It Is gratifying to note their intention of contesting tho reincmberod for healthful mid InAlfred MoDiiolel, Total, lill,25ll.80 nocent enjoyment. Kuok llroa., Hint whilst ao many bunks liavo election, claiming that enough LIAIIIMTIKS. legal votes wero cast on tho pro11. 0, Amber;. failed nil over tho country, this, What tho fanner is most comCapital slock paid up, 40 000 00 M. II. Shaw, our homo institution, la stronger hibition sido to change tho rouult. plaining of, says Surplus, li.OOO.OO tho Williumstowii J. W, 8lraujtbn, From sources Hint seem to bo and in bolter shape than over beUnditlded profila, li,iM.iW Villliuj &tio)M. Hue other banks ami broker, 4 70 5 70 fore nt this llmo of tho year, Its reliable nud nuthorltatlve, says Courier, is not tho oheapuoss of Individual depsalls, , o!l,d98 (10 undivided profits, surplus and tho Hopkiusvillo Keiituukiau, tho silver, but the low price of wheat. When cash on hand are In excess of any tiowa comes Hint Collector Pow- With tho now crop of wheat going you feel tho spring timo comes and Total, tired, lazv, mid generally year, at this date, and ers has laid down two upon tho market it fifty couts por no account, Don't hfomt Ihe previous I, W. C. John. wthtr. named bank, do on, Ca.hler of the abote lu selecting Ida appointees. bushel, tho farmor who doponds pub-lirules tho confidence shown by tho solemnly swear dial Ihe Hut cleanse your blood with In its safety ami conservative 'They must bo Democrats who upon that corcal to feed tho family ia true Sarsaparllla, und start your abote elnti'iueut belief. to the beat ef my kuonlt-Jmanagement Is Rhown by tho fact have not heiotoforu held similar nud nay off tho mortgage on his liver with nnd Plantation V. C. JOHNSON, Cashier. that, iiothwithstauding tho strin- places in tins district mid they farm is wondering what the end bogln life anew with Pills, nud tlio rost of Subserinol an I sworn lo before ms ibis gency of tho money market, their must furthermore bo men whoso will bo. Tho darkest hour Is Jflst SOllidiy v( June, 189 1. reputations for sobriety aro above before day, mid let us hope that imtnro. Hold tty deposits aro larger than over A. W- LINDSAY, Notary I'ublle. nt this porlod. It ia certainly suspicion. The enforcement of wheat tins reached its lowest ""Uowgill & Cowgill, Iltckmati, Ky Corresl Attest: ns theso will greatly notch nud thut It will speedily go " a very good showing, nud should such rules T.T. Swuyno, C, II. ItAtTcra. ) certainly satisfy tho public of its slnplify matters ull over tho dis- back to tho good old price of n Gore Ilro'n.. Civcn. Kv. K. II. ItiUVAKD, vDirssloru '..VVlJ. Brovard, jurtl.ni, Ky. trict. perfcot solvency and safe.y. dollar a bushel nt the umchlue. Jni. W. Cowgill. 1 pub-pellin- g g - Wednesday, reported that two ladios who wero out gathering blackberries near ISardwell, wore found with their throats cut from ear to car. No particulars given. SQr Wo will give you 2.1 per cent, discount fro let catalogue prices on Wutches, Jewelry, &c. HuoiC Hiios. 5 20 the Old Reliable. Tho Robinson & Itamsey livery stable, in Fulton, was destroyed by lire, Wednesday morn-iuabout 4 o'clock. Ail their carriages und buggies, und nine head of horses, wero lost. Only i in not a pteamm IblnRlo ilien loa)0iil hue ooe a lo'e tellers tied up In a pack- ure wihi amaii-pocholtra or liailerli. Sclenea mutt ni4n;s ll nilliuul ihe aid 01 Uncle am a rajtl baga hereafter, beanttftil. picturesque tlamby ovtrlnins and shaded br tho feathery fotlaiie df the Cypres,' wl.lleon ths placidjlrnpld w.ltr, genily, leiaurely plyed Hie little ctuoes, occupied by happy antler, adding nenlt tnenl aud life lo Ihe Lrlghtnesa of Ihe ecene. Tito children were soon protldcl "lib hooka an I lines. (The l4iug coinraitteo lolil Aissij of Coapiaies Esprsisslsifailed to ihow up, so eacn liaJ Ilial iitliee The older tne to rcrform for liimself anil tera tried ij do ihelr duty dll ao uiucb talklne that our "fry "'would have brcnaatnall nflalr bit fur some of tho gentlemen wbo had gone oil lo quiet Ol'IMCK OVUU HICKMAN 6AKK nooVa to liy Ibeir About 11 o'clock the airings Of pe'roti, Striped. KENTUCKY ic, were liamle-- oeer lo our IIICKMAK. chief cook. It. T. Tyler, who, with Ihe a alatance of Mewra. Uaaaily, Smith, Moore HICKMAN HOTEL, aud oibfr, aereed them HiJ.rou lo a Itirn; notnilhatandinr Ihe fact thai blue hUiea would prevent Ibtmaclves occatiou-all- y RESTAUEANT, LUNCH COUNTER. in the tryltie pans. Fiah and hot obiTee, added In Ibe dlnntr Counter oren day and nlgfit. MVals af already .pread by the UJirg mada a feaal i. all hourx. liord andf.ilging $3.00 worthy cr lbs day, liul there writ one Day board J.60 per week, Mealr thing we could not underataud; How did Mr Taylor know scwoll wh.n to come la -- 3 ccnta. Lodging 25 ceula. KUUENE UATrs, Manage.with hit string of "beaulUsr' lhc fryiur . waa just our dinner w' J"t ready. Afier esiiDlerlng and lounging in lie rhade for a few boura, we leit for bou'e, all frelinc that we bid a thoroughly good lluie. Ken Mr. Siubh auiiled and looked giod iiuitire-lif we would not be PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, that ho had caught the larzeal In the pnrty.. Like die small boy, he HICKMAN, Kentucky's- knew In by the icalea be suw as it A 1'atuiut. back Into tbe water. tell 0fera hla professional vertices' lo the peoe- pie of lllcicoiau aud ticinily. Ofliee, ror. of Jackson and Kentucky Et'gr PKOOliEDINGS. 1 aun-li.n, l t, - DR. L P. BALT2ER, , COfJCpi FINE STRA W H Hickmin, Ky., July 3, 1803. Council tuo I In regular session. I'rriient Mayor Dillon Councilnien Wearn, t. Helm, Wining and Clay wf 11. The tninule. of die Ual regular ntrel-in- j; PHYSICIAN AND SUR8E0N, were read, apprnted and algned. A. W, Llodi-.ir- , City Attorney, presented nn account of 21 O'J for coniiniaaioni on IIIOKMAN, KETUOKYr fiuca, alnce eettlenienl, which, on motion, waa allowed aud check ordered ltentdenceand oflice adjilulog Judge King. ismed for tbe amount. mini n u.i'w. ti.tio J The coraoiiilee to whom waa referred of Messrs. Smith, Klliaon & the request Co. lo have elclric wire pole reaiured, reported that ibey hail discharged the duly assigned Iheiu On motion, the re ATTORNEY-AT-Lnport was received aud the committee disBry-nu- Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, l.l O. L. Hickman, BANDLE : : : : TS charged. 0 O C Juat O 31aOt of j at - r. lucar-l'orii- t ! I 0 h o eiit-Llornii- i . HAVING reaumed ibe practice oflatr, Ida prompt and undiridej Complaint baring been made that Ibe fire plug near Ibe old public school house altentlon to buainesa eulrusled I bis care. waa leaking, on motion it waa ordered that the Supl, of Waterworks bate tbe tualter attended to at once. On motion, W 11 Wicker la continued policeman for another month, and check ordered Isaucd lo him for f- -i 00, autouut Otlice oter Hickman BAnkv of salary fur Ian month. , On motion, Couucll adjourned. IIIOKMAN, KY. Atteet, C. 0. W. I Will .Mend promptly to.all biiafne fr Tbe committee on proposition of Mr. F. II. Sucpird to furnish new engine, &c , asked for furlber time, wulcb, on motion, waa granie-l- Kentucky', B. T. DAVIS, Attorney - at - L? vtr, trusted lubla care. mehll-'O- com-pan- y ll.ing-Jenny- FOR RENT. A farm of Of) acres cleared land, in rood condition. Couisuient to market, school aud church. Vtiil rent to right man for tbrcs years. Arply io 7 A11orno COAL! A. W. LINDSAYS y-- e. t-- Xi IIIOKMAN, Office whh R S. Murrell. KY, a vrf M5 per-neirn- ri lw Jordau, Ky. THE CASH SHOE STORE LIGHT UNDEEWEAE. wo-nin- NOTICE JFJVIDEND. y sal-uile- s x ut celo-brate- d IIickmiN Ky , J mie '.'7, 1803. At a meeting of Ihe lloir.l of Uireoiurs oi ine iiicKuian nink, m. u.iu in 1'lTTSDUnO, the office of said ImiiI, the regular semi. KUUEICA, annual uiviurrm 01 j j'er i.ui. nu payable on Jily la', 1893, and, In ILLINOIS ....... , addillou q the",aje, Ooe Thousand DjI- ami lata aaaa njaTLai.J tt llid alltrrilltSl aiiSAIinl AMI ot lh net e.rnlinH fur the uat G mouths. In any iuanlilies desired. W 0. JOHNSON, Caiblsr. Ml COAL I uj LUUr,""'' .....nimmil a.iiiuAvu p t demon-Btratlou- s. iiow-wow- 'i. FQK 8ALK BT STATEMENT pure-inlndo- Eickoiaix Baakt a Ilia will estate o! I lie file tlinn with me, properly auiheiitlcali-1-, with Ibe time prescribed by law Vf. All prsons hating; elalnn agalrwl lute Mra, M, J. I.unsford h. McOUrOIIKN, ' PARIS & PARKER, HICKMAN, : : : : kektuckt Works, C 30 'w Adoiini-iMto- r Jickman 15. garble ri.ji.ii Dead, I i: Aug-ti"- t, . Ladies make $3 0(1 per day addrtstlu cntcloi-3- , circulars Address wuli bL'lsi: M. FaiKriKLii, toulb .lamp, nd ii:i.i- - uamkii. HICK MAS, KY, C. HAMAGE. OCALIJK liS i o To Apple Dealers! ' pro-vnllo- 1 il- MAKtr. MONUMKNTS. TOMII and ukavk srONES. lii slock, a fine lol of HAVING ra prepared to furnUh you all Ihe I Italian Marble, I aia preItarrels )0U way u'oed. tibop lu West pared tt till alloiders. Call and examina lllckiiiiu at my reslih-uce- . nr work It. M. JILTIIKNY. Orders frow lit tonatry fttifHT Had. Hue ten borne Italian ank Asiekican ' rj,t!3-i7.8- iron-cla- d o Plan-latio- n conalsllng of one .Separator, Heetea Biraw Blacker, I'ewk Wng.n, Siose und Kluurea. Will all on es.y lenoi. Call and see ma il you Am i;oing to sell. waat a llargniD. J. W.MAYHKLD, M Ky. Thresher Kl complete, A. F. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker IIIOKMAX, KENTUCKY. )o( ton wsat 1IVB MB A Tit HI. n r.lack.niiihiiig done, or repair o Wjjoiis, &c. IIiineHhoeiiig a aperialty. I alo keep a full line of jll e DltsTk. DAVIDSON. HICKMAN, Vr, T i tie-for- o IDoxxtist, Drui Store. - KUNTUOKY Common, Uo.fwon.1, an I SollJ Ulack Walnut Collin .tint Cat', which sail be Bljeil up on short noliie, ami ol rcsaonall prict--t. Uadortakor's Goods, OlIIoc over Cowclll & Cowjjlll'n Xijy fliop near tbe ajajii-3- 8 Oiteua acsll. Jail. J, Of, Gil. J c I 15 vfl. . . 'l r would pnrdon him nnd finally lake him KENT xxfi&&X&&f&&X&i UCKYJJTATE NEWS. to Heaven. Then 1 put my birdon on my shoulder, and I started homo. 1 dny nt Oweuslioro thr Tiik other got to my home, nnd I sat down, nnd The Noted Brooklyn Divine Discourses said, '(lod lm merciful tome, a sinner?" tramps wore, caught by the employes of on the Pharisee nnd Publican. but It got darker nnd darker, ami then the Texas railway plundering the mnssa, 1 got down on my knees, and l fielght curs. The burly thieves nmdeii rhK rrajrrr of the Two In the Tempi said, '(lod In merciful to me, a sinnerl' violent reslstnnce, but were overpow- calls nn unr Bf nrrnurn I'utitrnatrtl-- A Onoitlr .sorrow fur sin It nnd the burden got heavier, and It got ereifT Their captors strung up the trio Itrpcntnure Dr. Twtiiiac'a Srri.i.m. with of lielllgerent offender, and, adminisKninn. m l'lnu wlilfh llnlI darker nnd darker. I knew not what Uio lntnila.lnlun. th Iron, and Miin rd. e - IVIUti ! I lashes to each, Tin- - IILtiK sun Slfor tering twenty-livto no. i nen I got. down on niv fi tl.aenninmfr PM tut noliai Im,! Durable, andnun Kcv. Dr. Tnlmairo unit tliey selected as his or atrrr imrciin. I'ntlui nnd I cried, '(lod bo merciful to me n turned ineiu loose, lit.,, ...n.. 1.1 gono . I.H..,,r.l. tl,n 1fr,tl ,,,111 I.hm.. subject Inst Sunday n picture of conwill .,. sinnerl and away off I saw & llri,i. . trast, "Arrogance nnd Humilitj." the "" "' "" K,t " " i'""K "lrclc" "' ",c "'' coming, nnd it enmo nearer and tc.t being Luke xvlll. 13 t"l be er- I ,,,I,nri . i..t . ."" nndnenror ....til nil ' ,a n,y flavor, food clful to inc. n sinnerl" Wutcii I'iuit nnd Miss Helen heart, ami I nrose. I am ."""" now happy Jso mottntnln ever had a tnoie bril IMiittlnghil wero married nenr Provtho burden is nil gone-n- nd I said to liant coronet llinn Mmi.it Mun.ili. Tho myself If ever I met you In the street idence n few days ago. The bride's glories of tho nnclcut temple biased home Is nt Waco, Tex , nnd .Mr. Prntt I would get clear olT the sidewalk, nml went ' there. Tho mountain top was not 1 would liow down nnd take mv Hal ntr ngo, out there to marry about ten days t i"iv?V's originally large enough t hold the but upon his arrival found tho beferc you I feel that I owe mora to temple, nnd so a wall i feet high was you than to nny other man. That Is i, ung lady's mother lying nt the polut .,f death, nnd sho died tho day after-nnr- d erected, nnd tho mount.im was built "Wc recommend the Rm'al the reason 1 liow before you." s at that rv"A's. out into that wall. It The corpsn was brought to Oh. nre there not tiitiny now wl10 T7H X 7l to Baking Powder as Can 111 and the wedding point that tatan met Ihnt was utter this prayer, tho prayer of the turned Into a funeral train party wedr to persuade him to cast h melf down Tho all "ited Cools black man, the prayer of tho publloan. the 000 feet. Tho nine gntes of the "God be merciful to me, a sinner!' ding has been postponed twice on ami Pastry Cooks' Associtemple Unshed tho light f silver and Upon of sickness In the family. While I halt In tho sermon, will y0'u gold nnd Corinthian linn which Cornrnval In tho vicinity of Providence n not all utter it? 1 do not say audibly, ation of Ok United States, inthian brass was mere pre. un stones but utter It down In the depths of your quiet weddlnj was nrrnnged. Mr Pratt melted and mixed nn.l rvstalllrod. is editor of the Kurllngtou Her. und his souls' consciousness. Yes, the sigh goes society lady Tlio temple Itself was n t o tciv large all through the galleries, It goes nil tirido a ML Sterling- of Waco. - .T - V a structure, but the courts and the adUas Co. and the Tiik 7iKWXWXvXXXV through the pews. It goes all throuirh juncts of tho architecture made it half Klectrlo Light Co. have decided A great many things have a very these nisles, sigh after sigh God be SELDOM SEEN JOHN CHINAMAN'S HAPPY DAYS. DAYLIGHT. uioii a basis of consolidation tn take good scent, but which when placed In a n milo In circumference merciful to me, a sinnerl Wc ttnnd nnd lookouT;ntliat wonHnve you nil uttered it? No, thcra Is elTcct about July 13. The gas company nam .frlran and A.Ullo .nlnmli ll.st In- 1! Utile llr.iwn Man Was room rather overpower one. Some peotlr ' Collins, structure. What the inntter? nn, I Net Mnnnl. habit lrnF t'orota. ple they affect seriously. one soul that has not uttered It too is owned principally by a Mr. The most de- drous strange THE CHILDREN'S' HOME SOCIETY temgushTo tho naturalist the most marked It Is remarkable to note whnt appearand m "o lightful plant of nil, perhaps, for a What proud to utter it, to Hani to utter it. O of Covington, nnd tho electric light Thomson-Houstople? Is it lire? Why, it we.ns as if It Co. feature of the great tropical forests ing obsequiousness marked our relaiii Holy Spirit, descend upon that one company- by the room Is the common At W S. Ff.i.ami, on trial In the United south of the equator Is the inequality tions with China during the happy Heart! Yes, ho begins to breathe it this season, when Its llttlo budding were n mansion nil klndW itinto flame. 2990Chltdren Yilh Homes, In flotillas. s the hour now, No bowing of tho head yet, but States court at Owcusboro, charged In the balance of nature between vege- period when tho voire of the t leaves are so fragrant, In the open air, What's the matter? Win Alt chlMrrn , snioko on sewing machine hail not been AsmkI.ii!.ii are rrceltr.1 un.lrr the rare of th! the forof sllllll, Ht(IMIsi;in where wo haro many hundreds of It, It of morning sacrifice, nnd the the prayer Is beginning It is born. God with a violation of the civil servlco law, table and animal Ufa. Fro?-the attur llscs and bursts nt of the in allowing or requiring subordinate ests of Hrntil to the forest of tho Con- heard In the hind, when Chinamen had drain nrnl Is also delightful in a, London room cut bo nie merciful to me, a sinner. Ilavn amt sra wil I 111 i; to thoe twrlve door nnd f not learned to make- "white cigars," lo nil uttered it? Then I utter it myseR olltrcis In the revenue service to assess go, through tho wooded HeIgM and placed In water. Swcetbrlar should crevices nnd out of ihe with folds lhm, ew rtntr dia trUU I a UAH nnd collect money for campaign pur- northern Madagascar to the tnnglcfl wreathes tho mountain top d nlirn California dreamed of n moroalrart Is iitlaf rat Mlr. be much more generously planted than for no one in all the innt s poses wns acquitted, the other night, jungles of tho Aslntlc archipelago ami nopoly of tho t'lilim trmlu with Kn ft lluwra are -wanted a.-- ij Ilia following thlMrani ,,..,.... a,. Mhb Is. It produces seeds freely; Indeed, of smoke, through wWA glitter rrcc-fou- mercy that saved Alary Mnffilnlon. l.H.ru tl.nli iilnivil MUllHod Sm&k nwtn ar-, .a fur upo-thtv ami muiunn, aii,,!!.) e tin- - great tea mart of thu OMIIYV stones gnthereLtct burnished ground that he did not know the Impenetrable woods of New (iulnen, I Hut, says some one, younre throwing ful to me, a sinnerl hrulthy, if gathered In autumn, and sown in tuty lVs Of rood iwrcnW the object or purpose of the assess- the boundless profusion of vegetable world." Ilotv" delighted was everybody .: llrothrra, 8 and I4 ream Knllti parents, , munificence, f open that door of mercy too wide. Xo, handy pot, will produce myriads of Very hrum nil. s vrara old. Dlor.ua. OLIAN HARP. THE ments. Other revenue ofllclals nre I sec two men trountlng tho steps of 1 will throw it open wider. I will tnke growth Is unmatched by any similar to see Jiitui come out of his shell and tnondca American: had lit plants flt for planting in hedgerows, on on trial upon the same ehnrges How every- - flne looklnr, firaltbr, Walks now lias K. hi Tliey o. (vol atralxtilrnr-- t abundance In nnluiul form. A few tunke oui ncounlntniu-e- ! banks, or In any placo where vtc like to tho building tinlike: go sldo by side; the responsibility of snylng that if nil Tl.rOrlclnnl Crude ArTWIr Has ilrrn Mueli looking ami A Onr.KN no sympathy becouny grnud Jury at brilliant birds of strange shape nnd Ixhly chrircd tho Chinese contingent , rears ol.v..tjrlt h.ilr and or, they are -- cry I in prior, I. this audience. Instead of being gathered enjoy its delicate fragrance in spring. in niirrm. nrarrimo. l.. l.. at.- -l tween them- - the ono tho pharisce, in a The .Indian harp is n muslinl Instru Grceusburg passed n resolution censur- matchless plumage, such ns the toucans If! QAnCC ItofsaaJflfla from one month to were placed sldo tiy London Field. IU DhULO lio goes up side In one long lino they could nil ment which is sot in action by the ing Gov. llroun severely tor extending of (titinea ntnld the Amazon, or the ltnlA.1 .htrnUV Mil 11, IsstiiM li, tl.f. ni.o heail auJ thr.eranntha. Ono Iwr batijr, fcnJ ha proud, n rogatit. tar, Mack Hrnl Awajr from tl.a llrat anil Smoke tho steps of the building, lie seems by march right through that wide open wind. It Is not very well known, but rxecuure clemency to some, twrty meu birds of paradise In the Moluccas or Uiu ..i.,. it .... tl.. inlnera n,.,t,t,ui .,r.,i pre,,r ,irrPm, jh.cul ejra anil hair. fit nmtuniH of a crowded city, nnd to tho cool mountain his in inner to sa Hear tho track! tried and who. Had Papuan nrchipelngo, haunt the loftiest win launuryiiirii mat Is very curious, nnd U suppowd to hare boforo they had K-e'"'" REV, K1, D, V, VAN AH3UAI.K, resorts of Colorado and Ul.tli, I the cry ol Xevi r before came up these, steps such gate of mercy. "Whosoever," "w Otaml sirlalrsarat. OH, this mercy of (lod. There been invented by Fntlicr Klcher the been Indicted by a former grand Jury trees, nnd from time to time fall vic- clean shirts or workmen that made suffering humanity. From theKitein, r i it ion." on the charge of gambling. Tlio people tims to the blow pipe or arrow of the them nnd cobbled their Hooa. 4S, tJO U s.ll Mrtt, t Illt'lCO. Middle and Central States, no better route gooilnevs ntnl cons savnnt, who lived In the Is no line long enough to fathom It: Jesuit to Colorado and Utah exists than tho Mis. Woe to the IkhmIIuiii 1'esido him wns the publican, bowed there is no lndder long enough to scale seventeenth century nnd invented are very Indlgnnnt, nnd snj it is useless natives, who scarcely dare to penetrate shoes! thnt ourl l'oclHo IUU war Colorado Bbort Lino. down seeniinK th a load on his It; there Is no arithmetic facile enough many Ingenious machines. temerity to lire roeks Hut the to try to punish such characters If the that toodlcss region, iwen for such had the Round trip tourist tickets nm now on sale governor interferes In their behalf. spoils, until Incantation and sacrifice at the Chinese who marched In proheirt. They u uli 'he inclosuro for to calculate it; no angel's wing can Ily fact of to Pueblo. Colorado Spring, Mnnuou, Denthe spontaneous resoTiik report that the Merchants' na- have propitiated the offended spirits of cession on the fourth uf July 1M1, and ver. Trinidad, Salt Lake City und Ogdcn, worship In' the iimM of tho temple. across It. nance of certain musienl instruwith an ampin limit on return portion of 'i he phnrlsee pn'-in- v up to llie gate Heavenly harpers, nldcd by choirs ments when exposed to a current t ait tional bank of Ashland had failed was tho woods, bul. except the sloth and joined In the Hurrah for the stars nnd am. Bend to H. C Townscnd. 0. 1'. & T. of tho holy of the holies. Ho feels ho with feet like the sun, can not compass had struck the observers of nature In not true. Some local depositors called the ginnt nut eatrr there is Hardly to stripe. Nobody then doubted that AkU, Bt. Louis, for a copy of tho handsoni . He sayspracthat Harmony of mercy, mercy. It times if remotest antiquity. One of the nt the bank the other morning nnd lie I on oil In the tropin. regions of the John htnnman wns n man nud n si tourist Riildo ever issued, entitle! ' is worthy 'to st.in "Summer nnd Winter Health and Pleasure ticallv: "1 nm so liolr I want to go in- - sounds in the rumbling of the celestial Tnlmuds says that the harp o' David wanted to check out their deposits new worm n qtiaiirupeu vulcli can ex- brothr. Theo were the little brown ) Lord, I nm a Resorts," which will be mailed rnEcorcosr to the holy of liolu-gate. 1 Hear it in tlio chiming of the sounded when the north wind Mew on Many of them got their money, hut cite the curiosity of the naturalist or man's I ilyron days, never more to reI very good man. I m a remarkably good celestial towers. I see it flashing in it, and it has been suggested that he with others the matter wns nrninged In form food even for the wildest of man- turn. " hut a swing of pendulum in SchoolA cheat many of the women engaged In Mist C. O McCi-AVi- t. n the week 1 eat the uplifted nnd downcast coronets of had nn leolian, as wo understand It. h satisfactory mnnner, Its president, A. kind. exactly twenty years! Think f the advocating sweeplnjj reforms of vmlmts man. Why, tw .U -r.-uPlace. Hlttiirn. N. I C Campbell, and in so good. I'm the saved. In the corresponding tracts of Africa Ioto m. Wing, the flatteries the teuder teacher, S3 kinds should begin right at home Tl'cir absolute!- nothing S. P. I hear It In the thundering The sounding of his harp by n fust ol Y. '" This Spring hilc nwny from carpets probably need Courier very generous in mi conduct toward tread of tho bannered host round nbont wind would Indisand lc nothing cxtraoMuiary linger personally assuming all liability. and the Asiatic hrchlpelago Intho rare eiiibra. miltyon protettlons of oluin-Id- home tcflchiiiK my first term In i poor. I hate no sympathy with tho throne, and then It comes from the If it stood near his north window winch This satisfied all concerned, nnd the the sol- soluble nnliiirtls thnt Ihe the thepnrtof Mlssl Almost Initde Oat. I school I was; perfectly itary forests aro for the most part creaIn her ndilresscs to the nircd Mr country harps and crowns and thrones nnd pro- was probably open for ulrand.hoeu bank Is open as usuaL The stomach that ts not turned thus by a the common i.ill.ii specially have Wu.t, Smith, n colored groom, Had his tures of the night. Fnllkn the lively China, i.lminntlng tn the wedding of wretched with that human agony halting up on the "briny wave must bo a none with this p.. r miserable, com cessions to sit down, unexpressed, on n for coolness and shade in the climate ol well fortined ono. Tho gastric apparatus monplace, wicunel piiidlean who haphand bitten oft completely above the squirrels and martin eats ot temperate 14; an then see the fair dame In Isss, callctl ilysjwvsio. After dieting for can be rendered proof ugnlnst sea sickness pened to come up the t.ilrs beside me." throne overtopping nil Heaven tho .ludei. she h.vt two weeks ntnl gelling no letter, a throne of mercy. Kirrhcr's harp Had sixteen strings ol 'wrist by a vicious stallion, near Lexing- regions they do not lenve their hiding titrd ' l disappointed with that slomuctiio so popular umong trav'llie publican went i 'ear to the other places till the tropical darkness hns not got the money out ot tlie jtoor l wrote mi', siiireestini? that I How I was affected when some one of catgut, nnd the force of the w'nd ton. elers by sea nnd land Uostettcr's Stomach Bitters. It defends tho sjsU-As Tnis wife, son Itobert nnd brother-in-law- , fallen on the forests when they seek old gem man that she expected then I ,aU. AK,,M ptower The VCf' nCXt nginst side of tlie inclosurv .is far away from told me in reganl to that accident on was deflected on to It by various shutmalaria and rhoumatlsm, and subdues lirer the gate of the ho of holies as he Long Island sound, when one poor , lnf..,aM?tla onu. . all, (lc. Mr. Iterry, of Hon. Stephen their total, not on the surface of the suing f.. d.voree and even trying to . ters or screens. In later times tr is f complaint, constipation nnd dyspepsia. could get, for ho fi It unworthy to stand woman came nnd got her hand on a Improved upon by Messrs. Krot and ritijnmes Trabue, were coming Into ground, but. Imitating the bitds as- kick Hi . ..in rami out oi hoots. .. l.fc,H.Vl ttf .tt t.l.lt J.tlll'-- . i:i..nv,- mo cend to tho upper surface of the ocean Alas f.i human lleklenevs!- - i'rederle n- - t.- n ..r... I near ,1C sacren piaee ami uio inuio raft as she tried to save herself, but Iatner, but was similar to the pre- Frankfort the other night, they i helped me so that I hac tjuile re'ooil afar off tapdlng on the Oinsn svlio wore nn th raft th"!jjht ceding fnn In pr!n'''p!, nnd mmtrie. jou spell wronc without awl" Jack "Cor. ' a load of blrdshot full in their of trees nnd nt tho first approach of J. Mast- - - It I), In Cullforiibui. ' covered iiom my iiniisjr-iiiui tainly. It will still be wrong If jou do." opposite side of this inelosurc he bows there wns no room for her. nnd one man tion. The .Kollan hnrps In the old cas- faces A drunken bricklayer , Jerry dawn seek refuge from tho Hateful day n lhil.r. things tiunwMic, his head, and ns nm nUIs when tliey came nnd most cruelly lieat and bruised tle of Haden linden, and those in the Downey, was firing into n Negro cabin in the dark recesses of some aged and V s.ilt-- s develop queer I t Auel n tlielr breasts, so her hands until she fell off. Oil, I bless four turrets of Strasburg enthedral ure across the road and It is supposed did hollow trunk. 'Micro Is nothing like have any trouble The Ladlrs. Tho so- in iHiiuhm sonirt years ngo of The pleasant effect and porfect safety ho bejrins to pound his breast as he God that this lifeboat ot the gospel has celebrated. They nre all made ot not see the surrey as it approached. Mrs the loris or the lemur In the fauna of the rff. - of the duehefcs of Nnuerscl. uay,5.? We may rather 7m ilaxative. Brrup Figs,t".Ca!iflorcU- cries, "Cod bo mcn.fu. to me, a room enough for tho sixteen hundred strings stretched over a sounding Ikix, Trabue and both the young men wero temperate Kurope. con, then r- i.tly deceased, shotted that ditlnns. mnken it their favonto rnnedr. Tn ncrl millions of the race room for ono, and require lining to keep them In har- well peppered with the shot but, luck- compnru them to a nice of nrborrnl distill).' a p. r lady to have getthetruo and nenulno article, Ionic for' Oh, was there ever a greater contrast? room for all, nnd yet there Is room. ily, none of them wero struck In the moles the condition of whoso life is mony. They are also large and the name of (ho California Fig Syrup Co., The Incense that w.i'te.i that morning Hut, unlike son of it urrceiitrielty in the matter f I push this analysis of the publican's !.:ul have a limited numtxr ol eyes The horse did not eeie, but darkness ami invisibility. primeu near tue ooiwni oi ine paLKuK0. from ,he prlcstscenwP was not so sweet prayer a step further and find that He strings, which make the music mo-- f ot received hi share of the shot. Dow- the moles tho smnller members of herwm :r..lw Amoug sixteen hundred for sale were, if report lota of, Tn condemned murderer Is usualiv able ns '" publicans praver floating Into did not expect any money except Im- less monotonous nnd they nre depend- ney did not cease firing until lie Had these rarely seen tribes are among tho publish--at tho time wrro accurate, lite to tell when his timo has come by the do.il h tho opening Heavens, whilo the prayer pleading- for it lie did not fold His ent on the wind from one direction riddled the windows of tho Negro most lieautiful nnd Interesting crealiundrt-and other ImiidkerchleK watch the warden provides for nun. Buf-fl- of the phansco died on his contemptuhands together as some do, saying: "If only. The changes of temperature and cabin. The deputy sheriff rode out Im- tures of the tropics though the extreme two th iisuiid Kilrs of gloves five hint Courier. ous lips and rolled down into his ar- I'm to be saved, I'll be saved; I I'm to Smediately, and arrested Dow ney. His diniculty of capturing creatures whose tired In m nml of the atmosphere umko them other shawls six hunM. I. Tnonros & Co , Drupglsts, rogant heart. Worshiping thero they be lost, I'll be lost, nnd there is nothing dampness out of tuue, nnd, Indeed, of- excuse was that It was a lewd Hotiso whole life Is spent on tho loftiest forest L'ArtDoLnMotlo. constantly ..f silk stockings, nnd drvM- r i . iti.u ri Ia., say Uall's Catarrh Curois the join each other and go side by side and" a nuisance. He wns endeavoring trees Is further Increased by tho reluc- dred pairsm t llXTHittitar rii ins iw best and only suro care fur catarrh they down the steps, the pharisco cross, for me to do." Ho knew what was ten cause tho strings to break. and descriptions of forty tance of the natives to enter the desert of nil s worth Having was worth asking for; iut at e ever to'.d. Druggists sell it, 7oc These dlfllcultles nnd drnwlcUs to break It up with such heroic means ed It was rather C7. n ,.tl I.,... ,whi s wretched, tier id, saturnine; the publican hence this earnest cry of nnd pathless forests Tho taautlful years' fashion. r. tl the text: hnve hitherto prevented tho .Kolinn The wounded, although frightened too, spectacle, M badly and painfully hurt, are in no lemurs, most of which are found In a pitiful "IIis Jones new quarters rcccntlvl" "Oh, with his Lice shining with the very "God, be merciful to me, a sinner!" . tl I M"l au, Aw I . ye; bo borrowed several from iiigga last joys of Heaven, for "I toll yon that this It was an earnest prayer, nnd It Is harp from being so well known ,and danger. Madagascar, nre further by the newspaper Hoswell, wHo writes aratuSTiiitrirttrMftftwmiot. luia popular as such nn Interesting ind aale, Ocean. nlRhf-In-ter "for j miin went down to hW house justifled the MalagassI to emlody the spirit of of s characteristic of all lliblo praj-erthat curious instrument deserves to be; but Two nnoTitr.ns Hurkley, who were the owner of thee things had , they were answered. Tho blind man, the latest development of this bnrp, sent to tho penitentiary for two years their ancestors, and the wienl nnd for thirty yenra before Her death leHl UbU.ILX a l JJU SMUlUldlU iuu IMailll iu . rather than thu other. tho saliva, removo depression, givo appo Now, I put this publican's prayer nn "Lord, they All the plaintive that I may receive my sight;" named the .Kollan, Invented In 18of by for horse stealing, from Madison coun- groves nt cries with which by creatures the lift, of a recluse, shutting hrrself lite, and make the sick well. night, uttered dcr analysis, and I discover In the first tho leper, "Lord, If thou wilt thou .Mr. G. Crosland Taylor, F. It. 0. S. ty, finished up their term a few days ' place that he was persuaded of his sin canst make me clean;" sinking I'cter, a they cling to the up in Her house, nnd yet oalerlnic boy has nn idea that If Ins father llclsby, near Warrington, is a step Ic ago. The warden gave Walter, who Is whose bodiesinvisible, and whoso deli Urly from her milliner ot each change Evcnr man, he "Lord, save me; the publican, "God, He was an honest had lived at tho right time he could have fulness. just twenty-one- . some good advice and branches are the right direction. if season the drrses she would hate I was a taxjrathercr, h6 was an ofllcer of be merciful to me, a thrashed Goliath. sinner'" Hut If The music Is produced by fensltivc told Him he hoped never to hear of his cate movements nrc noiseless mav well ' worn If shehntl Iwen mixing In society I the (rovernment. The publicans were you come up with the tip of finger metallic rods Instead of strings so that getting Into troublo again. Walter havo left a doubt on the minds of the Hterr three months she would If BkiUtt marrol by a had complexion may taxfrathercrs, nnd Cicero says they nnd tap nt the gate of mercy it will not it of tho Island as to whether b restored by Glenn's Sulphur Soap Allackn,Coa-nlipalio- n, neier requires tuning, nnd ns thert said Frankfort would never see him discoverers j wore the adornment of tho state. Of open. You have got to Have the earHill's Hair and Whisker live, M cents. and dressed iu court eostume, as If going to PosiUycly euro Bilious is eighty separate notes there Is great again, and asked if he bo allowed to go these wero not in truth tho cries a reception' nnd would wnlk in It up course they were somewhat unpopular, nestness of the warrior, who, defeated te, etc. l tc to the shops and say good bye to some waitings of true lemures, tho unquiet nnd down her own rooms, much ns the sound. IU'RXisnisa cold does not aJdtoItsval'jo because people then did not lll;c to pay nnd pursued, dismounts from his lath- variety of bough It Ham's Horn. hang on the of a tree (and ma of his friends The warden readily ghosts of the departed. I.ondon Spec- widow of Mnximilias "f Mexico would their taxes tiny better than people now ered steed and with gnuntlctcd fists lie left there without dnmnge from tin granted tho privilege. 25 cents per bottle, at Drug Stores. When young tator. celebrate the anniversaries of her murlike to pay their taxes, nnd there wero pounds nt tho palace gate. weather). It turns round before the Hurkley returned the wanlrn noticed The feeling of superiority In the dered husbund'n drawing-roodays by Wrilo for twvtnplo dose, froo. many who disliked them. Still, I sup- You have got to have the earnestness Is, to every that his hip pocket bulged out very inborn. "Mamma, do you ' this taxgathercr, of the man who nt midnight In the wind nnd thetherefore, exposedthe mush much and asked what hs had in it. sterner sex isgo to Henven?" said Jack, arrnylng herself In her best, ntnl preAnd In Its pose this publican, compass, and point of think you'll paring for the courtiers who would J.F. SMITH & C0.S"Ncw YorkL was an honerablo man. He had an of- - fourth story has a cnso of suffocation worst form pu.ka m passes into nn orgnn pipe by which II Hurkley was confused, nnd upon being thoughtfully, looking Into his mothers never more coins to pay hlmrcierence." (".on until 1 reuld not lico of trust. There were many hard with the House in flames, goes to the is greatly enriched and improved. searched a full "kit" of burglars' tools face." -- Yes, dear. If I'm good," slid rot or sleep nnd fi i tf I things said nbout him, nnd yet, stand- IlarKT's llnr.ar. window nnd shouts to the fireman, did not soo'i cr' rr! f The principle of nn .Kolian Harp maj were found on him. lie confessed that tho little mother, cautiously, wonder- The common gnnt lias 150 time ns I lioulil turrlf die. ' inp thero In that inelosurc of tlio tern"Help!" Oh, unforgiving soul. If you he had made them In the walls but Inrr wlinl. wmilil tvimn nTt shown on a large scale b 'Th!! plo amid tho demonstrations of (lod's were In full earnest I might have to 1 to take llco.1 Ocatf il Imitation M".r.vlco lH'r ""l1. "' ,ve,,'l J) the action of telegraph wires strctchcc" would not tell for what purpose. I In please lte go d, for nana and I would be n,,,c.h Sarsnpurilli, snduhen NOTICE holiness nnd power, ho cries out from command silence in the auditory, for QfLtfrstfl ' ll" Ausirniwn crane which wcigos without you."-K- ate from one pole to nnother. In a windy was taken to Jail, and stands a good so lonesome til1 t1Ct ...... u . UVM lllA ", so I Incre-isrIho very depths of his stricken soul, your prnyers would drown the voice of Ul "e "'ore man me gnat noes 3"Wiww rzx u chance for another term In tho '"pen." Field's Washington. fmra I iintiir day these will be found to omit muslca kJr " l IW p lur.ds. w i a' r ' (iod be merciful to me, a sinner!" Ily tho speaker nnd wu have to pause In nm mnuint. iH'ai. it--r .ti.u tti.t-.- i it vtiii.t-- tn I tongues, rising and falling In propor Hon. CiiAiu.r.s II. Hoiiks, tho newly what process shall I prove that I am a the great service! It is because you do t to worlt npnln ami n II II. r. ronrrll. nsprcsicd. "What Is the ousness the gnat can beat the plagues Hotter yr 31 y friends nri sinner'.' thousand times better lty what process shall I prove not realize your sin before God that tion to the strength of the wind and appointed collector of the Klghth matter with Carson? He appears to of I'gypt. Augusta ((in ) ( Hroulcle wires Internal revenuo district of Kensurprised to see such a cliangr IIoo-that you nro a sinner? Shall I ask you you are not this moment crying mercy. the tension of the in his "Voyago Mu tucky, Jlllelnnd-"- He Hector Ilerlioz, "Well, now," rxoli.liiicdnno'.d water-ma- n htriapartlla Is a nocdrrful medicine.' to weigh your motives, to scan your has npttointcd his dep- be nil battered up" liluilraltd Publication. mercy, mercy. 11 N. Y C Powell, Iiletlo siealc en Italle," has given tho follow uties, who superintend nt Atlantic City, "If that nin't the the work acted as umpire yesterday nud gave a MA P8, actions, to estimate your behavior? I " This prayer of the publican was nlso ing curious effects thnt an .l.'ollnn liar; In the six districts into which the main decision against the home team ftri rti.., mm.- wny to spell 'llsh' I ever seen. funniest 4 OflM, .ft Hood's Pllla cure headache. -. Nftft. will do nothing of tho kind. I will nn humble prayer. The phnrlsee looked name "Psycho" on the produced ujion His lively nnd im district Is divided. They ure as follows; ('rummer "And he was wrong, I pointing to the FRKK The Greatest Medical DKscovcps,' draw my judgment rather from tho up, the publican looked down. You has (llllrland "Wrll, I would Hard- stern of a pretty little yacht imagination: "On one o: First passioned ino low 'nice of Anderson, plan of the work that God has achieved can not be saved as a metaphysician; Ho wns right NORTHERN Jess-imlnthose gloomy days that sadden tlu Mercer, of the Age. counties ly express it that way. for your salvation. Mnnnger "All that you seo In this you can not be saved as a scholar; you end of the year, listen, whili James C. lloyle and ethically, but he showed blamed bad PACIFIC R. R. Wilson, Mercer county. Sec" Jlgjng go down In a storm to the beach, can not be saved ns an artist; you can You t rs.tU at4T1aaW cae are water snakes nnd 1' Tsa kaal Judgment." -- Puck. 4 LaW l Milter. i44rxf "Well, for my part I r.in't see nnv use and you see wreckers put on their not be saved ns an oiliclnl. If you are reading Osslan to the fantastic har- ond district Madison. Garrard, It. I IIMIHK U4 mony of an .Loli.-iharp swinging at t. r K lt,hM, ri.nia I'stlll nnd Juckson counties ym mm M rough jackets nnd launch tho lifeboat ever saved at nil, it will lie ns a sinner. "Some people haven t any more re- In reforming." Inter Ocean. ri TMIl Titl its verdure, the Garrard county MEDICAL NSCQVERY. and then shoot the rockets to show that Another characteristic of the prayer and top of a tree deprived ofexperience a Thomas Austin, of I.ce. Owsley, Per- ligion thnn n heathen." "Whnt do you lbert-"!'., I defy you not to like to go fishing, Third district-Wo- lf, WrMlrn ht help is coming- out Into tho breakers, of tho publican was, It had a ring of 1 ir. h mean?" "Well, then- - was old Mrs AM mhtr of Ihf nru ol Judge Illghtoiio never once noticed tho but I don't lielleve the (Isli would bite ' - l'trilamftit cTi- and you Immediately cry: "A shlp- - confidence. It was not n cry of despair. nro found feeling of sadness and de- ry, nnd llrcuthltt counties IttprlniM abandon nnd n vague and Infinite Stephen Tutt, Wolf county. Fourth preacher, for I watched her the wholo Arthur I guess they would, 1 notice lury irn DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBIW, MASS., wrack. ' And when I see tho Lord Ho knew he wns going to get what he i uir tWN overhead " Cha- district thero Is a innckcn-1-skLincoln, Pulaski, Wnyne and time of the service." sire for nnother uxlstence." j Jesus Htr tfit lluur. I'n Ililt-- Oeenii. Christ putting1 usido robe 'and asked for. He wanted mercy. Has discovered in one of our commnn lie v crown nnd launch out on the tossing asked for it, expecting it. And do you teaubriand, In, "Los Natche," com- Laurel counties J. M. Carter, Lincoln Adstit I'lpm pasture weeds a remedy that cures eey Or. ir iny olhrr hi. pares Its sound to the "magic concerU county. Fifth district Knov, Clay, deall lerro's liokicn C. I r tn M of ground "Papa, how Is this world divided?" rr covers a good Kind of Humor, from the worst bcroful.i sea of human suifenng and satanic tell me, O man, that God has provided o bu MontyOrdfl l;r Whitley, Leslie, Hell and Hnrian coun- "Well, my son, I've forgotten how- - It or Itft.ifff1 I 'I r wifi t t Aftrlrro hate going out into the thundering this salvation and is not going to let that the celestial vaults resound." down to a common Pimple. Medical DUcurrry HUM Art a AMrl Murulllf, Kr. .1. W. Caiidcll, Knox county. used to lie, but nt present It's three- Inspiring writers of both prose ties. He has tried It in over eleven hundred surge af death, I cry: " A shlpwrockt" AihI when you bear you Have it? harp possesses Sixth district Mngotlin, and poetry, Hint ll cures so miuir fourths I know Hint our souls nrc dreadfully cases, and never failed except in two cases If a man builds a bridge ncross a riv- remarkable the .I.'ollan which Bet upon nnd Letcher counties D.Floyd. Knott hotel!" ocean nnd the balance summer you - tliiblctt, properties (both thunder humor). He has now in his lost hy the work that (iod has doue to er, will ho not let people go over It? If Atlanta Constitution. rwH.ll think "It'll too good F possession over two hundred certificates save them aj w m m 4V m ww m l notwm Mt Aro you a sinner? Suppose n physician gives a prescription to u the nervous system nnd cause very dif- Magoflin county. ,( to l true." UoftntlMtkin. itMtorMtVfui tKUry "Whnt made OurgJe look so solier lrr of Its value, all within twenty miles of you had a commercial agent In Charlesaccording to the Hk.viiv Waii.vku wns shot and fatally Hut it's only rea sick man, will he not let him take It? ferent Impressions, when he left Boston. teupcrumcnt of those who listen to Itf wounded by II. 0. fchermnn, n grocery-keepe- r Mrs Jngson- I the theater you; sonable. As n ton or Snn Francisco or Chicago, and If an nrchitect puts up n building, will can tell it was A benefit Is always experienced from accord. Loudon Queen. ut Louisville. The latter caught you were , nnd Jhe first bottle, and a perfect cure Is war- - salary, and payiug him promptly his ho not let people In it? If (lod provides IIih fi.riuxr rohblnir thu cash drawer In iiecutiRo there were only three acts-In- ter you fuundout, after awhile, salvation, will he not let you have I ,. Ocean. panted when the right quantity Is UUen. notiung iiko me " T7nUCEu'.tk.iu,. aV M If Two World Minuld Mert. .i.,- " U known to medical Tin WMTc It C,unlr.t illt ..ft., iky VJr When the lungs art affected U causes tliat notwIthstanifln.rjKjliod drawn tho It? Oh, If there be n pharisce Here, a s foU: I," m.4. r H ll ...r-- ( "'heat harvest has commenced in diftCiM ot all man who snys: that it cure come from it torpid shooting pains, like needles passing salary ho had gives JX I J IIM-My nin all right. THE MARKETS. Shelby county, and the prospect Is good O, IV. r. NY IIKIt. .11. I Ma I IlapClA. . tit innn ....jniit iihmmi, through them; the same with the Liver or tho time to some other commercial past life has been right. I don't want per minute. Should It como In collistbli nature, it U lira only funninfrni i jnuvitisori. j. i..iti.r. siiit-ituo- , ail. the most ubunddnt und finest yield Rowels. This Is caused by the ducts being establishment WW ,' your indignation tho pardon ot the Uospel, lor 1 have no ion with a glolio of equal nize gilng at lor C(NCia4TI, July i muedy In Dy'it'iela. ItiJIoukiifM : alt stopped, and always disappears in a week would know no bounds. An& yet that sin to pardon, let mo say that whilo the same rate of speed, whut Would be of grain known In years The corn and ! a Z3 Hrnnchlid. Tbront nnd l.nnir ev , Choice butcticr r Is just tho way vo haro treated the that man Is In that mood there Is no the result' ery fonn of ricrofuln, ovt-- Consumption (or I llici laiiiu ll. The very best thinkers of tobacco crops aro doing splendidly-- and J J J JtT'IiU;l'ai&I;l If the stomach Is foul or bilious It will Lord. in its earlier itngeti, and In I peace for Him, there Is no pardon, no the ngo tell us that heat enough would nothing' but the low price of grnlu Hmlp sause squeamish feelings at first. rnaiiRiHtr mti (mplp the farmer from liclng happy. He sent us out into thh world to serve salvation, nnd the probability is Unit bo generated by the shock to " W JHEKI'-'lHoI- co alio thn niont stubltfiriito Hldn and cure, you hay . wh(hT benefit or If it ever fall transform Intitfitr Aitb tiAMIIS-r-prl" f No change of diet ever necessary. Hat JJ A child was born to Mr. and Mrs eiX)UIC nK Ilhn. He has taken good care of us inn, ihnuMutt llo Curt tot . your money luuk. he will go down und spend eternity both of the colliding bodies into giganWinter family ........ S 10 U 2 ) the best you can get, and ciioukIi of it. He (uiuBiptl(rj, It bat irtl .. It JO Srrd has clothed u.x Ho lias sheltered us, withe tho lost pharlsccR of the text. the tic balls of vapor many timrs. their IlHrrUon W'heatly, of Dose, one tablespoontul in water at bedllmntitRni, Jitafift nntlnjar-H.- I M M 6 Nu SreH is the smullest infant nnd Ho has Mirr,,unded ns with 10,000 The worse your Catarrh, the nioro you nn, llli not tiatl intake. Hut If thero bo Here ono w ho says, present circumferences & Some have otlu night, that JJJ time, and read the Label. Corn NaSmlieil Itlt lha tmtl couth need Dr. Sage' Catarrh Hetuedy. Its W benefactions nn.l ?? Oats Na 3 mljftl many of us havo I want to be better; 1 want to quit my thought thnt In case the center of the ever born In that section. It weighs 17 PoM orrrywhrrn. 05. M ' proprietor oll'cr f.00 ensh for n case of Is perfectly formed. Kjrsjo.:. given ninc-t- i ntlis of our lives to the sins; my life has liccn a very Imperfect earth is composed of solid and colder ounces It HAY Prima to choice MiS 3LniTlJIIJJTrIaJ Catarrh service of th. w rid, tho flesh nnd tho life; how many tilings havo I said that matter thun Is the generally accepted 10 (n RATE l00 cure. In tho Head which they cannot Jamks Qukkn, while drunk, tell I W Ul7 (loml lent devil. Whj. in friend, the lliblo I how many belief this might not bo the mse, bu through a bridge over the Licking nt I'KOVISIONS M not have said; I should lrk.... 8 7S UIHB aT!i full of confLiM.u nnd I do not find any- things I have done 1 should not havo after searching all tho leading Hutlcr, a distance of fifty feet, but tt t.anl l'rlme stcuni a s. it n gg,RLEL WELLS hi: MtMtniTini: Iry II IJ body is pardoned untH he has con- done; I wnnt to change my life; I want BEST MACHINERY I must admit thnt I can nut find u was found in time to prevent drownPrima lo choice creamery.. IVHI..SJ winri.Mno Aivr.imi.iia ii K nil TOOL8 In IS wM.t.t fessed. wr.rk urfil. n)UI) to begin now; let me say to such a soul, more appropriate "finis" thsn the fol- ing. API'l.KS New. crate .... 12 TO u .it lha AUtf rll.f meal la IMa lata Ikal fatal. ,1. roa. LOOM A XVllA.V. llinn. Oaia. l'OTATUKS-N- w, per tibt. ... 2 tw 2 24 What did l).u id you will confess Polish is waiting, God is Jkhmk. which from nn rm inn rina lpr. NKW YOKIC. Texas my transgress .,n siy? "I tho Lord." God near the kingdom, ready, and you lowing, ".Should Is such nn emmrut sci- fell out OitKKNKit, n young windowgirl, third-storor rather unto on of n are entist: unheard ol to fancy. .. i Olll hat did Isauili sav? "Woe is me, be- havo entered it, for no man says, I nin event occur the heat trcnei-.ttsi- l I liard . 78, ,..M Third street, between Market and cause I nm a nun of unclean lips." determined to serve Hod and surrender l)0 (.ufflclcnt to melt, boll and romploto-th- e Main, Louisville, tho other night, nod 71 m 714 Na2reil ROUTE, What did i:?r,i ayy "Our iniquities roilN-N- o. t 18 2mliel sins of my life; here, now, I conse- - jy vaporize a mass of Ice fully s0TCn was Instantly killed. Her neck win OATH Mlirtl !M JIV nro Increased ncr our liend, nnd our unto myself to tho Lord Icsus Christ hundred times tho bulk of AuRust 2 and 3, 1893. l W Ul I'OHIC New incs uoth tho lirokeu. crn U 9 10 rikU i4 lot i.tarn until M dj (rem du ( in. trespass is gn.wn up into heaven." wlioilled to reticent mo-- no iltim man irom colliding worlds In other words, an lc HK.nTltAM, nged 70, was Lko.NAHD '" fullwmlcuUri .Mr.., CHICAGO. And among the millions boforo the tho depth of His soul says that Ho is al- - phmt ono hundred and fifty K.T. HtrrntHii. I), t A frkii It Jot. d P a thou- - (truck the other afternoon by nn Ohio FIXlUIl-WlnM a IM Uol..lll. Kr Mimphii. Ttirn throne of Cxi tonight not one got ready a Christian, " hand miles In illiunetcrl" St UiU He- - & Dig Sandy switch engine at Ashland, ailAlN Wheat imtenU No, 2 red w if srrrox. T P. A IUO iW n r.N t p a . there until h.-- ..nfessed. The coast of 'M mttiiro-, Na 2 Chicago spring UP. Tn My uncle, Hov. Samuel IC Tulmnge, public. N.hi!li- Trn and received Injuries from which ho p.. w. unrn-ul'orn-N- a2. W 391 eternal sorrow si iu strewn with the of Augusta, (la., was patning along the ,.,, Olta No. 9 it EH CtinvcrsU!nn tmM uin not recover. h wreek of thr.si S3 ho, not taking tho J Lawrence county, L. PUHK Mcs LAltD-Stcnir "' sail, S Ar warning, ilron unU the cargo of Im- it mni.. a lilneU miin. sten from tho side- - number thirteen, the '. and C. Jones a traveling shoivmnu, nan senAt.TIMOItE. ' mortal hope mt the white tnngled wulk out into the street, take his hut knives nnd forks placed I to n i r 'Vou riously, if not fatnlly, hurt. Jones, In FIXJUIt-t'am- ily foam of the break, rs. My uncle was other kinds of superstlth oft and bow very lowly. need net litiigh nt slmllm triiefs," sue of his performances, allows Himself it C7h Itcpnt tba w,u , ( ,nal cries, Porn- - Mlicil demanded obsequious- fffttfii.nllr 11 fttvitftlkftl TattflB 111! not a man awho (1 'U JS3 THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSQ Js'ur lonprr ire .uiayj I OiU-Ml- icl MlaSI IIIIHIIVU "An to tie placed upon His back, his head i.llll . i U a BcIcntUlcally prepared Liniment The vtretch itui unci, of mine at the agj, ., wieiity and feet resting upon two chairs, thuu till w rn, ibo mandate dies .C" l'OIIK-Mc- ia A2I00 And mrrtk tl w... o.vn.... y aay. and harmloss; every Ingredient is of lllimu.f wvoll ..,.n..,lt(,l 11,., I, THE COOK HAD NOT USED OAITLK-Plr- at 6 10 'lence of lie hits pluced upon his breast u quality. 42 it 7 W Hut I analy. ti ,,ubllcnn's prayer a the other night I was ffolng along the goltfg to n dinner ut rocoffnized valuo oud in constant uso C0 U . . roelt to be broken In two with a noas which u guest . ...... r ... ..... . l.n.l ,. 1,, ,...!.. n,l by the modicul prcfosslou. It short, step further an,i lind'that he expected Bireet, """"' t 1NIIIANAPOW3. While performing several iiillillred thirteen." "An l lib died iledge. , ons Labor, Lesstni Paiu, Dluilnl&h( s n relief except through Ood'B mercy. SllOUIIier, Ullll t niiB u.m ...., ,v,,i,i,9" No 2 et " exactlvAhlowsbod been struck, and while the M ,,,. f. Horn Nit 9 of j t.,i ;,)anr.ltoJlfo of Mother and Child. Why did he i...t f,,v f , j,0noiabla hungry, and 1 came to the Oats-- No thirteen years afterwards 2red UizcvU iledge was raised, tho rock broke In pooC mulled frey, con. llinn hen tlu taxes, I pity them your church, nnd you were preach' Plediuontese Jones received thu full force of I.OUISVIt.t.U. two. talnlnjr vnluablo Informutlou and mer to the mercibe Ood about FM)Un-Wlo- ter goi.rntnent. I (five Ing M I to uateut voluntary testimcjulals. "When Is u woman not u lygman, the blow ou HI breast. Jones Is fiom CO full tierinlssioii t.. nnubodv to audit my ful to me, a sinnerl' and I stood thero 2 red,,.,,. St. Loulv, rMpl"' 00 43 ,.,.,,,, .fttiXWgCHF' Corn Mixed,,, Cin't say, Mci rnfll. accounts. I nnuenl to thv lustlcc. O nt the door long cnougn to hear you McCorkloV tsy GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. .?,V"7.MUed ' Ik thj temperance election t Lanu inau oieric. whrlitlha Oml! m jcadu i.o wch ple-v- . MAOflELO REGUIATOH CO., AfeSi, Qi. 0) rOItK-M- .,, Ue threw say that ll n man couiu utter mat , nncn i" - caster the "dij"' won LAUD a testa., .,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,. titoj SAPOLIO SHOULD be hhnscH Hat on t.Qd'1 mere Bold by U drjcsltu. prayer from the depths of hi soul God , at Work. KITCHEN. in Tho July Wido Awake n ft leading article of Rrcnt lutcret byOcorffo llartlett, detoted to o of "Concord Dramatics," or private theatrical In Conconl In tlio day of tho "Mttlo Women." Maud II. Ilurton and Elizabeth Cuming. have, pood fourth of July stories. Cromwell Oalpin's historical story of tho Welsh discovery of America before Columbus Is luith plcturesquo and Instructive. Caroline Tlcknor's 'summer boarder story of "rantlne" i timely and HtUi It. Donaldson describes A Unlaiiol-'arin Africa." (for the raising of ostriches), nnd J. 1'. II. OastreJl tells of "Electric Tricks." Annio II. Ryder has a practical nineteenth century talk with boys and fflrls, "In tho lookout with Columbus" Jcannctto A. Orant furnishes a delightful account of that portion of tho Scottish highlands which home readers have traveled In fancy "With the Lady of tho Lake;" and the Wido Awako Athletics nrticlo Is by John Graham of the Charfosbauk Gymnasium, and Is dovoted to Oyranastica." 1'rico 20 cents a number. At the news stands; or direct from the publishers, I). Lothrop Company, llostou. e. "Out-of-do- AimoGANCE vs. nniiniTY fio-- l"?SfU " ..dt. Hare jou any Idea that a man by brenking off tho scales of the loprosy ran change the disease? Have you tiny Idea that you can by changing jwur life change your heart, that you can pur- chase your way to Heaven? Come, try it. Come, bring all tho trend you evrr gave to the hungry, nil tho medicine you ever gave to the sick, nil the kind words you have ever uttered, nil tho lEinu needs mni nave ever lusiinguiiwu he all mendou iiggrogate of good words nnd works, nnd then you will sec l'aul sharpen his knife as ho cuts Unit spirit of self satisfaction, tut he cries "Hy tho deeds of the lnw there shall no ilesh lc justified." Well, say n thousnud men In this audience, if I nm not to get unythlng In tho way of jeaco from (iod in good works, how am 1 to Iks saved? lty mercy. Here I .stand to tell the story Osl aalVl..J( llll.J it'll ,..,,. ...flni,.. ll. ill lltia.a.J 0.pri nierev.oinnliv mercy, everlasting mercy. Why otent it seems In the lllble ns If all language were exhausted, as If It were stretched until broke, as If all expression were struck dead nt the feet of prophet nnd npostle and evangelist when it tries to describe God's mercy. Oh, says some one, that is only adding to my crime If I come and confess No, before Ood and seek his mri-t- . no! The murderer has come, and w hllo he wns washing the blood of his victim from his hands looked Into the fnco of t!od and cried fcr mercy, nnd his soul has been white in Hod's pardoning love! And the soul that has wandered oil In the streets and down to the wry gates of hell has come back to her father's house, throwing her arms around his neck, and been saved by the -- I N EVERY Re ceipt that 1 ..,, baking powder make the use the "Royal" It ;;,:": lighter, swictcr, of finer more digestible! and wholesome. others."' Clt-iren- s' B5 Cln-rr-.- l 1 Homeless bhiidron. n hlna-mini'- il 1 iy,'J ilil .- V . ko-x- yt -.1 ltl semi-circl- n hoso-evcr- ." k"' i.nd.-rwen- tln-ie- 1 . "August Flower" ... - four-foote- d a -- I iYit-iii- n tt-,- ., ,.r ...,.. ,. Ilcct-nlrl- r i- - i.-.l Ix-e- u n-- w -I1 I Latest Stylis t, ruis ft y . i ameans fUcU-llcmlacl- ltnW Nervous Prostration , ' "" .. s -- : 'I u fAJgcnAhTsw REE) 11ft.ft.-fV1 la.aLrai.tla.ft-.tl- . , , district-Compose- d LANDS KENNEDY'S Hock-castl- e. !. - -A- r mmt m s I- Garfish! Tea - -- I' I nine-tenth- toltt ll r, Cures SickHeadache - slieiigth-itiitorer- ft .vl LIVKSTOCIC-Calllj-corom- on: niru-llnns- a HOOS-C'om- pro-vcn- U iAing-scroful- Dlw-ns- 3HAl.S-WheaV-.- No, . j J a EXCURSIONS Arkansas and rOHACCO-Mcdluml- eof -- llUriKli-ciiolro,.U- ir (l y . .i I .. noa' 111 C0TT0blT I UHAIN-Whcut-- No. LAKO-Wcat- CHEW U-r "HOTHER'S FRIEND" . artn , "',,", a 1 i, am "J 0" 1 99 s . PLUG. OllAIN-Wheat-No- .2... , . ,1 . !'""" ':rJ?:... "" nii-n- "! 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