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FINE JOB PAINTING ICXROUTItD WITH NEATNESS AHD DISPATCH. 6A.LE BILLS, CEOnCE WARREN, Editor. I'rlco or S11bscrlptlo.11. $150 Considerable part of Itn session la Klchtiiniiil ti a discussion ()f tin- - que tiim whether (.! word i should It polled with ii capital or n small Initio let lr r. HST A B MS 1 1 H I ) 1859." HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY., FRIDAY. JULY 28, MEANS WAR. 1803. VOL. XXVIdl. NO. A J ENVELOPES, ac- r- LETTER HEAD DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC , ETG 30. Tint Nngin Press association devote. CALL AND SEE US. -- . k a VrV ? PAR BAYOUS SYSTEM. penditure in that for pensions, tvhlct Uafrrprisp lbiniiri it lij ftp has mounted up beyond the anticipa"KM tion of anyone, even tho most extravapttlillran l.rxi.'miim Mmiir.p Cfm.i, ani Vill Punish Thoso Who Ha" ,,f st. .,,,g sh mtetl that gant proponent of free, wide-opeI'AMK, .Inly !J Those tvlio-hav- c penThe (foveriimeiit lm Oecn Guilty of Arjgrsosion 1I..S.mis, July .'.slam's nifer hns death by live Negro railway employes llritish goltlNta tn Ing t br.uk tlown sion laws. Tho pension bureau liai notllled Hid powers It been, r.'fiis.nl by France, ow ing to n at Paduiah. Hray llrtltse hall is absolutely Hip mml If llirrr Up An- - Mrliirln.lu.lif slplu-- . In rstnlillsh ii bloikadethat theinleiidn t. full authority under the law to hinVc tl.n the llritish snatched n sum of our tariff of Mihiicm roiiiuoio crop unit coast, without prejudice to Hie othei tml tVIII MnNe Hi'inrillim to Hi" I'mn illnngn eiiiint in regard to the ccrtla of inoiii'v from one of the men ami ut manufncttircrt might n u atvsy the close inquiry Into the existing list 11 Five ton Jmiii'IIiiii AkhIii.i Clmlng ,r ,, lilt, nf Hip Alrtlln. lilt' I'rrnrli 4I.it the U'ft bank of the Mekong rllcr, of It tiro nnuniilly imported l.v llm SllluUy llllrilur (inn-m- i tnarttM fr. m .,nr home pro- persons have certificates and do no' measures that ma. N tuheii. with the Hail. tempted to run n,vny. llo wan over- Amrrlrnn Orilerii I i miiii-nMlnLtrr at Will (In llrlil 'i)r ('output,, , the other demand'- - of France taken anil literati beaten nnd butch- ducers wlH UndItlKir.lt.. understand hold .them honestly It Is within the I,oinloii. 'llio Parisians lmr object of seeiirlnif to I'ranco 'lie tfuar Ilaiik4.k tu Kellre I'rmn Hip were for the most pint coiiieded. Tne ered to ilvath trot upward of 200,000 pound, equal In nil tee to which she Is entitled. in n ravine near the city the tvarnlfiga tpat are beginning to ap- power of the department to drop such rnluo, to ("0,000 er iiniium. Wniun's Kami. t'liii'Aoo, July ui I'rcnhleiit Inrnot In m Inrlyle-l!o- l, pear In English ln.rn.ils. and from persons. They will nevei bo able tt limits. Paiii", July II. The Siamese govern- IreiHh minister resident. M. I'ni'l.. I Jiskel f,,r lll lost-.- , on il... Tin- (fatis of tin. World i . lit tnl lu n nnd the cabinet will g At Pinckanl John Kcnlck cut his thcughtful ,Kiiifllkhuipn. tion that we ascertain all of them, but they snouhl there fordellU ment refu-e- , in submit to the condi- .flth. when nilots. nn A the tide penults the Incon- throat, while laboring under temporary nre about toreform ..nr barbarous sy continue their Investigation luthehopi informant of tho llroolilvii Slnnil. pnsi'imi urn- rl.wod Stindur. hilt emlioii. The ministers w III meet nt t tions stipulated by the I'rcncS. ultimanrd I'tilim !iii n kindly word for tha Director ('eiicral Davis will probably n'elol TiiumIiiv iiinrnliiir, Tivslilenl tum and thu Flench gurcrnmrnt has stant- crossing the bar. torn nnd open nievi gate n our Chlnesp of diminishing the number In every ,..., ,l... llo deolnren Hint Itn liltu ,IN' I'llllr-l- , III r Jlplonatic nlatlons Is'tween France Insanity, nnd will hardly recover. ' ? i, ense that search will develop. The' (o M Pavie, Its representaFun:, the other morning, destroyed tvnlla. ll liar Of .III. . 1'P Sli.in'a Cnniiil prenldlni' and slam have been broken off. the would ho harmless If left nlone. II Si'iirt on Monihiv mid nrruigned for I.OM..IV. July Tomony'jpf these Itritihers" It has trend of appropriations on pension ac1,,. Tlmen Muii tive ut ll.ingl.ok. ordering him to leave coinml.snnry ami other buildings atnd It is U'lieved here that the merely sucks tlu polum from our ays-t- o contempt of court In not observing the day uiorulinr publishes nil editorial that city within twenty-fou- r hours. tached to the St Vincent Orphan asy- already occurrfd that free raw ma- count, an upon all other account, trust In inn, a real benefit In hoi weather to lum, Louisville. None of the orphan, terials and, fewer tariff restrictions be dow nward. 'I he French government llxen as tho delay In opening hostilities Injunction prohibiting tln closing o7 which It Is thoiiifhl eireses the l snahjij more French warships to or inmates were injured. The nation is costing the people too Cnifllsh opinion nf the meiltnol most northern limit of Itn sphere of Inthe giites on uiiilnv. l.terv ilav Hint The loss will with us mean Ail u surrender of Amerterest the twenty-thirdegree of lati- arrivt- at Saigon to nsslst In the amount to 15,000 or 7,000, and is cov- ican marjefttafw Hit hi. but n competi- much money. Chicago Times. dispute In .int.ii nil the talk nlnmt tlu wonder ' bus passnl since tin local illii'ctors nnd the Iriiliro-Slninefill aiiecil of electric motor. Hip first lintlnnal nmmissloli united 01 the iml. tion fromViffi-romanufacturers in ii)kiii Mam's answer to the tude nnd the northern frontier of Cam- destrKtion of the forts nt the river ered by insurance. TAKING THEIR OWN DUST. previous to an nttnek on the icoirie locoiuolitc. we eh ntr iui.imo Icy ol a closed luir on Sunday has only Iiench ultimatum the Tlmen Niys bodia passes the fourteenth degree. J. N. Nkiii.ktt, tho oldest citizen ol tho neutral' lawrkc's w hich our protecSlam's refusal to jro IkmiikIs. bus nl hut been constructed h'iiiI The reply of the Siamese In far from ton a The rsilare Is strongly defended Chrlitlan county, If not of sonthcrn tive syatcTn ihandnned for the past llrpilbllra n llp.pnindhlltty for llio I'Msaag. In further roinplleiite the Mtu Just nnd In found by nrlunl trial In hiivo a .itinii that him rvnlllled from tiirioun rcaMUiiilile limits or to concede terrl satisfactory Ixinl Dullerln ban not yet by ar organized force of twelve thouol tlip Shprninn Law. Kentucky, died at Ida home near Lafay- thirty yrfjvFa- - Ianl of emrnivnmanu-facturem.'jVe- i Tho reluctance of the republicans to maximum speed of thirty miles nn hour. ulU liihtlluleil In tbenliite mid fnlcrnl lorv to which Lrance never nut In m Hilled upon M Develle, but wan expect- sand, ncn, uml n terrlblq ginning to catch the ette, the other day, of general debility, connVi may be exjH.'cted. It in proba- - aged V3 years, elTectlve elnlm until thu oilier dn If ed to do so Monday. Industrial triumphs, nccept the credit for tho passage, of the -rourtn. llo Man one of ' nlUtlns here vlll piorieerf,oL.tlu.t section. &ndwu tha having that tho nation which Sherman law In xx holly ex post facto. .PUxl'ietltfiK-ctloni- , H'tV"-?, H.WBeorly In theJiUtory.pf Hnalr, JJ!'(eiisThljr 'i,r iiieaMirn of hoMlllty, npoii;ffiMicorfdrlt'waiirt7lnl!oT"ilt-tnatuin- . rsi"-- " fojj iJmrh nnd wiree quarters of a century n tinner by lftoreiVtrv.Jn,P the eif the world In the Itnsshin province of Hint tJie nilvtM'nten" of Tin open Rnndly Slam agreen'to evacuate the dlrecteil iipnlnnt Hie Siamese, and In tho fall of lb'.'O souio ol,them,wrre Hcssnrnbln, lnkrn from Turkey In IS7S. moii their first victory In necurinif an but rnilly htrlkln(fnt the commerce ol posts on the left bank of the Makong licrmnii warshiv,, winch have arrived. trade nnd u prominent member of the forces of modern, production ami pays alarmed lest the democrats would at the best wages to '.ts nkilled Tabup will somo tlino or other Iny claim to a part Itn vkieynnln often y trll WO gallons of iiijiim I urn from .ludtfr Slrln'n court l.niflund and other countries liuviiijf within n month. In answer to the third There nre no American war ships here Ilaptist church. come out ahead In such a coni-s- t. demand, the king deplores sincerely an jet. I he Siamese government Is of the credit. wine jier aero, the average yield of the World's fair oflli'liiln froli eiiimnerclnl relations with Main." Ax Fnglish syndicate has purchased Slngulnrlv enough, this same alai-dlsiKitch to the Chronicle friiin the loss sustained by France, and Uie trying to negotiate with the French the falls of the It will be remembered that Wiienl In K bushels nnd of iniilro CO cIhiiil' on ."iindnv. and nlthoutfli it wa Cuinlnrland In Whltely was simriii.-- more than fifty years ago bill wan passed speculation in after thee government in Paris through its diplobushels. a silver rH'eted nl the time that hltfhcr itnirt I'aris nays: I he tenor of the Kreneh Incidents at county, anil will erect nenr them nn im- oy no l. sx a statesman than liiohard very aetlvc und the price wan run would Ihi rnlled iipiin to deride Hip ultliiintiim to Mam leaves no doubt a the attack on the French gunboat at matic representative there, and Inde- mense electric plant for the purpose of pendent!' of M. Pavie. but it has very CoIkIoi.. i lien an unknown Manchestci Tiii:iir nre four unique uioiintnliis In luestiun, the ti'iupornry rlctory up to 1.21 per ounce, with possibly a ' ranee's intentions. She would itiucli the entrance of the Mel urn i '" furnishing light nnd pow er to corpora- inanufn. Lower t'lillforiiiii, two of nluin. otin heriibli'd witliKrrnt rejolelntf. Uiler. I""' fer not to receive money down from turcr in nn anonymous pamph- few sales 'at a higher iiguit-- . For the Hang llien will K set at IIIstIv nnd slim chances of success. They nre let entitled "Fnglund. Ireland nnd moment it appeared Nkw Yoi'.K. July v.- - A cable dis- tions, cities nnd coal mines. nlum nod nulphur mixed and mm of Die alternate of tin If the prophecy hen the matter eiimu lief ore the fed "mm tin every satisfaction given as far as com pure Milphnr. It is eMlmnted Hint In rrnl emirts. the Meln injunction wm i. ix k'ntherer In the iiiveled districts ol patible with the demands of justice patch from London Mon l.iv nftcrnonn prepared to operate on au immense America We were then a people of of those who had predicted that the the four penkn named there nro 100,. forifotteii in the iejolclii(f orer the secy "tales that a llangkok telegram pub- wcale. 14.000.nnn. i,ilc the United Kingdom bill would bring the bullion value ol tiirlmr nnd I l.ittn tubulin Is far more tt and the !udociidfncc of Slam, which Lrnin .Ml.NtK. who has for seteral had 8". noo ooo. but our exports of do- silver to n parity with Its coming value, 000.000 t. hi. of purr nlum nod t,OOj,000 mil victory from n tiljflter lier tnste " the French goiernment declares itself lished then declares Hut the Siame-- o years been confined court to hin room with mestic produce had reached f 100.000.000 or (1.80J0, was gome- - to be fulfilled. government offers to pat an increased tonn of nulphur In- V" time p,is.-,- l lilnls' says; '"I'lio llaifnmt willing to reH'et. hoHeiT. the victory Accordingly, on S. ptembcr 10, IM'0, the The reply continues: "We agree to imlcmuiti in lieu of tlie cession of the rheumatism and paralysis, died from as eomp.ired with their lr0,000,000. of World", I n neli iif'irresion Is nlmeil al Kiurhmd 'mrned to nsl.es on Hie Iheelfcctsof anoierdospof morphine. A t iiiomty of J.iurnnllMn I" enl.nli. f.nr olItciiiK nnd ns it became npparenl "nun is inerel n pretext Hence the punish those who have lieen gu'lty ol province of Luang Pribang to France nt Ilopkinsville. He wan never con- Mr. Cobilen .oinparing the commerce republicans of Indiann in' their platthe corrcspnn.lt nt has and shipping of the two countries, said form "pointed with pride-- In the folIl"hrd on tho tup if lt Un.liltifton, Hint open Mimlnts were not iiinterlnlh 'iiiti of the llritish forelRii ofllre is om aggression, In accordance with either Hither or Hi- - French gov- scious after Wing found. It Inlielleved that "from these it clearly appears lowing expressive fashion: the lllfflirst Irak of New I. ii(,'land, l.i increase the receipts of the exponi "f extraordinary dllliculty. Ijiifhin.l intorniitloii.il or French law, nnd to misinformed, he took tho drug with suicidal Intent, mat .ttneri.a. in proportion to its "We tordialli fflttimrnd the ctlon of the rewhetp mi rntrririsni(f printer hn built tion. n rrcmsHiemtlim ot tne mnlter pliop in the situation is the nuke reparation to tho families of the ernment has mixrepresented text of "lam's reply ns imparted as he often expressed himself as tired mii odlce. from wlneh he is at this moment carrying on publicans In congrf.s on tho usjct of silver irinnpss is necessary, for doubtlek victims." erioilcally iv ns talieti ami ;h directory ami coinage l'. President Clet eland, tiy of life. ns extensive a commerce ns I'nglnnd or to What apis'iirs Issues n new srMjMT named, with much latioual eoiniuission Isith drcldeil t rram-Willi regard to the Indemnity of to the Paris press is eountiuir lipin tho feeblelies conirp.. .tronzlv opposed all legislation Joiix Wki.sii, twenty-one- , n lunatic. quite truth. "Ainiuirf the Clouds." n.l the lw recent lose the fair on Sundny. Kvcrylssh "f the lliitish counsels She is not .',000,000 francj., the king of siam ad- seen certain Is that we have not vet leaped from it fast running train near any other state in the world," and lavor-bl- e to silver ccln-itthe verbatim ri'iort of tlie ultimaprophesied that In thirty years the two ly a. pjs.ed in spile of for war nearer homo than th mits liability, but proposes that n sntisfled with Hie eor.clusion ol liuiiirri Under lis bcneflcpnl peop'es would be equal in population democratic nppo.ltlnn An obserrnnt drummer s.iyn hp ena mixed commission lie. appointed to as- tum. Suspicion exists in many quar- landslide, but escaped injury. lie eonlrniersy. until, suddenly, Mime Mi lomir run. " I.MIII.N tl. KrVKMKCoi.I.MTOII.IollX- - and his own .ountry threateneel by the Influences silver his rapidly approached the I he I'oli rrndily lp who In the .Mall (inzctto commeiitinu certain the exact amount of the in- ters Hint France has lutentlonnll on tlin ne reineuilx'reil that the orliflnal In cold standard of value, farm products nre ad withheld a part both of tho ulimatum so.n's patronnge has been materially in- naval ami commercial ascendancy of vanclng in price nJ commerce Is fc t ling ihe n fnrms he mses, tho fnrmcr or Ida w Ife. iuni'tlou In Jud(fo Men's court rp An to tho Immediate the sltuntlnn ill an nrtlclo headed juries suffered. the United Mates. And for this lutter Impulso ot fncrcied prosperity If n farm 1ms n Inrjfe barn nnd n sinall 'training Mindnv closlnif wan still ft will .dd Him kino i I." says: "Mum has sxlcn dcjHisli of 8,000,000 francs to cover the and of the reply, and ns the session of creased by hisappolntinentnscustodlan fV),oi)0.00.) sound hnuse the iii.n In Uiss, but when there, li force. French claim hs majesty s.iy that hiv- the chamlcr I" closed, the public lias of the lourthoiise. at Louisville, n ejf fact tlie explanation Is on the surface. more thanthe amount Inannuallr of among cur Mi This lujunotlliu wan rs " " diitnit) nnd moderation renry to circulation the heretofore held by the surveyor When Mr l "Men wrote both nations people, and Is a long in ii tine house nnd u diluplduted burn jliiiiu-i- l by Charles W Klliiifuian, ns o ifni's up tisi mneh but she does tint foi ing reason to think that this sum ex little chance of learning the real posijet prudent step toward j nil may know Hint the woumii hu her itook holder, nnd that ifeiitlcmnn nnd n moment recognize the other pri'lMi ceeds the damage done, he relies upon tion. M. Pavle's official dispatches the port This will give the collectof were, struggling forward In the. bonds trie coinage " nearly thirty additional appointments. of Iho restrictive policy protective We do not find in this resolution nny own wiiy ( her. In the Justice of the French goiernment containing the text of the replj lis ntlornu.t, .incressuiau William tennis demamln mndo In mine confusion, and. lieinv' in It is currently reported In Lexington tariffs and navigation laws, lloth be- evidence that the republicans of Mr. l Mason, nro takln)f (fleeful satlsfae rejroril to these delimildn l'mnee tnusl to return the balance after Inquiry is I'Hor C K Jti.M.M, of the Lclamt recipher, au omission such as has that the Louisville .t Nashville rail- gan almost simultaneously to unloose Harrison's state reganletl the Sherman r Uon with KnplnmL We must not mndo. Mu'ifiml university, th soclnlnist, u tion in enforelug their rights to tlir This reply not N'ing considered satis- ferred to could Is- - easily explained road is negotiating for the purchase of these bonds, under the teaching of bit- net as necessary to head off free cointo let our voli-Iw henrd or I. r to mure tbomnghl.T fuintlinrlre letter the Kentucky Midland. iway. ter experience Hn gland went steadily age, but on the contrary that thev re "nl It. sU-rand Lord lliiflerln itlu factory in tiny point, the French minis.Several eonferenien liavo held hi If with Irnmp life, dressed him "Accompani ing telegram lo the It m announced by State Superin- forward, even to tho final go.il of com- garded it as wise legislation and a long Iwtwern hlph World's otllclnls ao'1 l.ntinh aiiibaswidnr to France must N ter at Itaiigliol: will comply villi Hie Siamese legation, the d m If lis n tramp and in Paris, containing tendent of Public Instruction 'I homp-so- mercial fir e.l im. We suffered it reac- step toward free coinage. anion? thn Messrs Clintftnan and Mnson, lint the ..lirl and M Hevelle iKrvneh foreign instructions previously sent him and priifi-osii'Mam's reply tvnn another dispatch with that the per capita for school ehil tion, llrst fr. u. the interruption of u civil tie liiireer. iliir'iy latter (fenl leinen hare remained olnlu '0'm-- I I iMlvflli. if The Indiana republicans wero not . Inlinl,., will jiiit that place.. clete.-te- j nnd forced out of the rnllkn of "nnndcntlal var, an.' instructions, which ii.is lien foi tin- tt.tr . tiding Juno ::o, and fur without some food reason for making rate, nnd na u result if the World' fa'r tin iden of liointmnling llantfkok let I ut the frnlenutv not lieen published. BLAND'S REMARKS tvlnth was would b" 8.S5. In some counties this from the fetters which the Mornlls nnd these assertions. A leading republican reinembcr that Hi, Ilnfflish gun ifsles nrr eb'sinl Minday the per n will vary .slightly, where less than Mclxinleys put upon ns. to Lord Till congressman, Mr. Conger, of Iowa, is'inn) the or.terwlll Isi III eonteinpt Nxits in Sinnnse waters 'onld blow tin AIhiiii "llirr nn.l l.olil- - .Ml..n.rl'. ttdli. retransmitted hate eontl!oeberv. olfei forty-litnay possibly "M Our merchant navy has so languished when he offered the conference report lined the children compose n school distimeatfo nn Imw e olone fol if .ludjfp Mem court Director l.n t it mii (fiinlmnts mit of the wnter Id .llptnl Mini n.nlliip. III. I'ulli). trict. The number of school children that little more than the routo of a ruilrond for siwer- - ml IVnisimd 1'rmklrnt lllkflflillKithuin half an hour Let Trance pocket hot of nn the bill In the house, had spoken as Nm ollK. July 21- .- A st Louis ape of an Increased indemnity. . I it n.ilu. .sn,l ... . at. a! giien in the eemus returns of this year what we send out or bring back is car- follows: ...r.e.sn.oporm. on .nnouniTil SnMinlny that they wu niacKmaii ami be content. elal k.ijs: "We will rcH-a- l the Sin r , . r AGAINST MOD LAW. -is nearly 718,500 'Thl. measure will tie glien to the country, I ried in our unn ships. Our foreign ,, Mg.wr. " "" .1(lM, ih. fillr hllni,,ri man law Willi a free coinage bill," u , . mpnn. rJior republicans of rails lad and wires stn.mf man At Hrentsville. a small Negro settle- commerce ai.r.igcs but 187 per head am happv to ay. bybv republican, It was agreed lloiiiing the wny Itepresentatiie Itichanl P. liprllt Mil.. Iiilnll, nf Miiiiphl.. An he. upon In conference BIl only II was f. . the ..rpoM. Into open -- eet of mmwt ment three miles from Paris, the other of population while that of the United pj.-r- d In youder .lumber only i.y republican l'llil Mill I'lllA. July a. -- Three ol Itlnnd stnted the .it'll nml llie (irnn.l .lur Will linlli-- t of thv lplr ,,P,..nnlla,1.m u, ',,,,,. r.untry hero thev e.in spend thoir 1H,.n ,hp night. Hen tiinnt. colored, attempted Kingdom has swollen to 100 jier head. intra, and 1 su.pect thit It mar p.i's here only , . ,,v the f.iity-uinI'hilndelphin homing sllier adtocates nlunlny. w lth,.utdm;.(fe , , . He hail n tin bucket In oilier words, half n century ago, by republican int.. It mil then ro nhero II Mi Itlund kpoke ns one in authority, Mi Ml'lii-- . Ten n . July 85. Then- - Is a to get t n n mule ((f pigeons liberated from tho World's foil will by pul.llrin president, and which scared the animal, population ...nipareil, our foreign trade from behesigned mil .ipoi.to tho lountry. lo cnll the evptuftlouofUeials to the m grounds on Tuesday last arrived Mon- as n leu'lvir who knows his liusiucss and storm ol indignation against Sheriff iu hi" re it vtilch. In With the aid 'f tho Rival I. ink tele- - ( day The lirst ono nrrived at to.4, a. understands in advance the line of bat- McLeiidun for his inhibition of we.ik-oes- s ind lirant was thrown on his head, and our shipping had taught up with Noiemberneit will gttp n fOP po.p111i f a republltan Inthose of the greatest trading and sea- dorsement that many of you ccnUm,,n will acopc astronomcrn hare mada the start' in . the fecund at IS: 60 p in., nnd the tle Saturday night In turning Lee breaking his neckj going peopM In tho world. The race not be found here to pa.s upon the next silver ling dlseovery that ono of the luitelllten W hen naked " W III ltooiti.ini Hie I'ithpIi. Jor Ikk IiMt.NK, the third nt 1:S0 p. m The blnls should hat Is the cause ol Walker over to a drunl en mob of hoodmay of Jupiter is doublo In othnr wonln, linvc nrrlred several days ago. It l the present financial stringency?" he lums railroad switchmen and lmvs. munlcrcrot loin Hand, was held over was neck and neck, with every chance meaure that Inlinecome before congres.. It Is. I.o.mkix, July -'- Hid Ikuitfkok Mr Speaker. wllh republican Judgment ktliatnwbnUlui.-beretofory o ouUtrippwR in ouryfavor. Uicn taken -- the a dozqniiiHn..couldJ1have defended to toe circuit court ut OwcnsV.P.e,,.; Hally (flirnfifcle thought they . ere caught In a storm sulds ,. JlnU fori, klnjfle moon Is, Indreil, two moons, tclc(,raphn n of follows: The Mampse while crossing the Allcglienlen. ' Whatever panic we have Is due. In o tlie. jail arid run them Into 'the .Missis bond of .".007 nios'iy-'T- tl a lurpe ami a nmntl one. the lesser slow war ships, . f II.. l.... ,0uVW: ti,Bt mT,,. of tl.A (Treat measure, to the threat of Wall sippi river ii.il. ii. i.tuvix, llie oldest Ke&H.i,omn,Mi which ore one ly revolvm(f around the greater Mii'id.tt morning Judge Scruggs sus- warp merchant In Covington, has ns for us. drawing in re urn a rich tribute who tflcn ,lcatd Mm wolM not bo mem. Conmillle.l Siileble. street financiers that they would bring mile from the I'reneli, nre oronded in freight charges Her foreign trade bers of the next congress: Iu thin signe Him "Mono in. July 25 (iott fried on a panic or a monetary stringency in pended M. London s'tiding an investi-jatioho I'xlth men reuily for action 1 heir In M II Pr. Yot'so hiix returned to San K II. Tttt.oli, Jr. nnd placed the coroner in Soxn of Frank-,'or- t in porportlon infmir times greater than proved himself a true prophet, albeit tention in, in case the I rencheominenro I.ist, the would-li- e niblwr whoso bru inlcr to accomplish the demonetiration ours. Under Melt n'.usm we should one of those who keep Francisco to nurse au ' idea " It in liostilities to ste-iiif silver cut nnd lnat Mr and Mm. Kos The proposition now u.ade tc ohnrge of Ins otlice on of the oldest nnd most the word of down nil', mm tho tnlh )iroHised lo hold ix (freat winter fair In I'retieh cuulsmlv ottempt to Isninl brick dnring bis search one day last void a panic and restore prosperity l The gi .mil jury will lie called Monwhisky distilling firms iu this thus lag forever in the roar Hut the promise to tlie ear only. Mr Conger Hint i Iti ixlnrh shall draw on the ( to meant that the popularity of the Sherit looks as if McLcudon will state made an assignment n few tints American people liuie determined Hum in forcw nml nttnek the crows week of their home for hidden money, llie rcjieal of tho Sherman act The day, ninl lost ground i xMisltioii fur its malrrml. It wiin iii.i man law would bo so groat that man? mmuiitteil suirMe by hanging hlmsell unconditional repeal would In- regarded Is- - iudii to I. t tie iermiin igo 'i hey are manufacturers of the recover the reform of With a Is declared that t'i.OOO American ehil-Itor- s (fimlKial WolfiM'oueis .mi tariff Bnd a democratic congressmen would fail of 'I he niilge strongly condemns the in hit rell In the jail with a towel elcbiMtcd"01d Taylor," "Newmarket" Hi by Hie world a" n total demonetization hns arrlvwl. breaking of McKinl.-fetters, they will reelection. It turned out just the at tho World's fair nnd 1.000 fur. loft a letter, but ita contents neither of silver, which would have the otTeel lyneliin.- and says ho will bring all in.l 'J. s. Taylor' brands of whisky, other take up dirtier, have expressed n willingness to iitllrm or deny his guilt way. It wns the republicans of whom lo at im.f w ideu the dilferenee betweer the pa i ties to justice. llrxr.1 nKlnlnii Meiim.im. nul. leskles operating the "Old Tay- destiny. anow th. ir Amerlc.ri enterprii', unbur-tlenclemove Iheli fonts to the 1'aeiflc cxkisU so many failed to get back, and Mr. tho bullion tnliie of gold nnd silvir." Ham Krn.tsor, one of tlie mob leid-e- lor distillery at Frankfort, were l.A,AU,, i lmt.3. Jnlv .4 - News and untraui'iv led except as pub-li- e Conger was one of them, though " hut iiiur e do the sllier men pro ri..ildeilniftlci.Mit money in ll.tx Is Canglii 'Mils Thin'. w.i nrreste I at noon, and other-wer- e liiri.-elinterested in the J. II. has ju.l Im-- n here showlnjf necessities rnpnro will close the compels the admission that thecandor ,nMlr' "rc',,A Vn., Jul hi "turn! in Mondnt afternoon. Ci.AnKsniiio. distillery nt Mt. Stcrllujf, '. I'rof jvosi' t follow to mold such a panli silver that hard tltrhtini has in pntrrvM which, it Is thought. Is not affected bv gap nnd put into i iti the apprehen- bill was not the principal cause of their jjnu-r- p Nirtiro(rua, tvtween the A. C. Davis, wrelary of the orilei llid n.ne silver from ilcmnueti7..itlon?' sions expressed In Mr ( olslcn fifty failure. BRIGHTER SKIES In the hortiiullural building there In tlie failure. The memlK'rs of the firm 'tur Mliet will lie to substitute. Wi r.volut'..nlsta and the fforern-- leigue. me in I sr nf the M. K clmr. ii years ago. X. Y.eaVorld solid silver lllljfrce m.xlel of that mrnt troops. I ive thousand men were ond prenident of the West Virg ma no .iMsed to the Sherman act This is by no means nil the evidence Otcrlimic tin- - I'ln.inc Iril Unrltl- - t Nliinher ne linn. K. II. Taylor, Jr., mil his two . structure which cost or als.ul lulness ei'llej.-ewho mteri.usl t.f n.t ii.l.-i- l It ink. 'it It. '.nine. ons J. Swigcrt and Kcnner, all of CUTTING OFF THE PENSIONS. available on this subject. Various other om.' it is n bad sllier law, urn in the bailie, the result of ' one spventh of the cost of tho InrR-e, want to substitute n gooi1 republican conventions held in lbOO personal assignments nllM.,, (, Wtsi'iN., TON'. July ..' Unoiin here Maltare U a disappcired a few dax s ago, lias been m As viewil ut whom male tiulldlnjr il'clf It weighs 110 iHiunds,; 5mall hamlet a U.ut twelio miles from located t Cairo, 111 Ho was arrested one for it. following that of the firm. Sevtral loii..iiiy Itentlerp't Nvrp...iry b lErp.lb. commended the Sherman act. CaliforThat's the treasii department the week I. llcan I la II feet long, 3 feet S inches wide nnd Matnarn nnd will be brought lack to thU place the present p.mick' s. brighter llnamiil A of the banks of this elty aie caught for In accordance with orders from the nia ludorsed it Arizona complimented .1 feet 0 Inches In it, but demanded free coinage height To build it for prosecution condition Is the result of n conspiracy limnls r of the re.cntli failed ban'isare .mall sums, but the largest croditorr Idaho pension bureau at Washington 185 cor A I 'nt a! I'lubi. ieiulred the serrlre of 13 men working and that the condition is attributed t taking the necessary steps to resume .ire said to lo whisky dealers in called It splendid victory over the by pensioners whoso enemies "a titlcates held I'holerii, lenn July SI n , lu. is months. l hlcago, Hie Sherman net to bring about its re of silver." Kansas called it r. The work St. Louis, .Mllwnukee mid stipends and i oiitmller 1'cKels is lending them are paid at the Pittsburgh step In the right direotion. Michigan Viksjix, July '.' A woman died nl light In'tween twoeltl- '1 hey nerotnpllshed the repeal o wan done by tho Mexicans, who nra tin H'.il 'thcr large cities, but whose The grand indorsed it North Carolina renn of Itivler county lloliert Mc Oldenlsirg Monday of cholera During the lllond net by the Sherman net. lm nil tin nul vosslble lie was notified ihnt nmountn will not yet name" and agency were can !o.l adept In the tlllgrpp art. molt ln returned .Mon! n that tho failed First National Mjbnii and llnla-r- t hours several miip the- - do not propose to put us b..ck ti Kightecu the Inst twenty-fouCnton however, that arinypostsofth.it .its have ren.ilvetl the thanks of the American people to haul. ' f K'endallvillc. lud , nnd thu mt. There is a to take up the case by nn appeal not congress s n orson so nfllicted ns tint pistol shots were lired, nnd ( alon whs pleious cases liavo .K'cum'd in the prov the lllatiil act, liut to leave us withou Sri ihim for passing the bill and to Mr. of Dig the liabilities of the firm are imt far to the department of the interior but struck by nix. neurit eicrtoiui of which luces, and now the transit through ii liw of silver, except the act of lh'3 failed Northern tt National bank, resume short of xvifo of a clerk In tba treasury departHarrison for signing it. 100.000, which they were Tenncssei lin:d M led mild probably to the eourtn. of itself would have proved fntnl lie Auslriit and llnngnr.t of dirty linen, which totally demonetizes it." ment In Washington congratulated In the wis i Her husband amply able to meet had they Ih'en nlilo bnsin. - this week. There nre eighteen pension agencies solution of thethe country fell nnd expired in nn hour McMnhou unwashed clothing, old clothes and died a few days ago The day after he "Do ou belieio the unconditional re silver question. West 'I he lirst national bank, of Santa to realize upon good paper which they at which disbursement to the amount which rags from French jmits ban been pro-- penl of tlie Sherman net can wns buried ono of her Imyn broke hit wns snuil liy his Virginia congratulated congress on the nccom Anna '.il. which resumed business on had In their possession. of 180,000,000 or SI .ii.ihki ooo are made ninite.l leg On the following day another wn. struck by the shot. plished.'" passage of the bill. were more A lilit.M ii of the Sclmelnfurth heaven aununlly SiHturl.il afler a short suspension, te to pensioners numbering of the same sort, but Thero will sutllco "I do not. There In some danger it oeli ml in doiMisits llnili-oni- l child broke his nnn, and on the third these "inlloii Holilieil. while the has been established Iu the henrt of more than 070,000 .Negro li)iiclictl In I'lorlda. This was the num day another child was taken III with the republican organs do some Sav FniMisio. July 2A -- Irfito Mon- - the house, but none In the sennto witndr.iwal amounted to only 0,000. I.cxingtan. Wav riiOKK, H.i ,lnl St - A nrgro ber nt the close of the fiscal year of until denying The are not Informed of the Tin i" reganletl here as nn evidence. typhoid fever Her household la turned convict assnulted ho beautiful roll-lieThe state and county nsessnient, 1S91. It showed an increase for that more Courier-Journa- on the subject Louisiiug day night n gang of mashed men l. Into n hospital, and she hns le than a daughter of II N. Illllott, a prominent the Southern I'nclllc station here. danger which confronts them, or elsi tun' eonutience is oeintr gradually completed nt Lexington the other tiny, year of UW.OOO. The total hii" been ville would lie more interest umonf doen dollars In her poiuenslon. shows Mrs. D. 1). Hell to Ik- - the largest steadily augmented If, after months on the P.ieillc eo.ist of l.tifayette iiiunty. Flu., They pngged the niriMit nnd took nil the there POINTS AND OPINIONS. iitlrcn i. property holder, she listing S51,075. of inquiry, the pen., .n bureau finds no 'I hursday The negro was caught Fri- money nnd inlunbleson the jiliico. It them." True mil. I'l.iiii.l. l'nor. Hki.1. think the time oecupW day nnd nfler confessing his crime was is not known how much the loss in. (!ov McKinley Is disponed tc Joe Clark leads the men with IO.OOO, NICARAGUAN WAR. at W iiiixoio.N, by inventors In working out tha probJuly .'5. The grnnd while the thinl on the list is also n more than 125 cnc "f iindcservers av- ilmp the " currency game and lynched In bis confession ho ImpliPittsburgh, and tli.it simuld be the I it. i nf I lii In.urcptit KmiiiiIiiimI lor I'muinihin, tp.npl. MriirU llj jur Monday found a true bill iu the lem of aerial navigation by the usual weeping act with the woman. Mrs. K. II. Woodward, paying erage throughout the I nited States, no try the cated another negro who will ln served W vaniNoTo.v. lvriiii slii'll.. July 'fi Commodore For1 theater disaster :igalnst ' Freder- ta. on Inlliiled N. Y. World. nnd methods of steer in ii like worth of property. more than 2,200 pension would be Ohio luanurr. MlNti.lt, .Nic.inigua, July 84 Horn ick lieorge llrown nnd l apt l I. Potter In wnst-- d. Mnsttorth. chief of the record lug them lie thinks a feasb The republican county convenA rosr oitick has been established dropped. Docs nnionc who has oblime passisl examination for promotion for the settlement of thu tumble ic ami in'iision division if the war depart Me tnennn of propalliug nnd directing tions in Kansas are declaring for McNew Ariulsllon, to Hie grade of admiral and commodore Nicaragua without bloodshed hns beer, inert lieorge W. D.mt the contractoi nt Vera, (ir.ivcs county, nnd J. W. Jack- served the aduiiuiti,ition of the pen- Kinley for president In iy.it). nn nl r ship would be by n kind of trolIt , Ht'Tiliiir, (I. T , July 84 The Cherosion olllco during the administration of President .aiala's over- einpli'ted to make the excavation for son appointed jMistmnstcr. tespcrtitcly, and their eases, have (fonc abandoned. ley Mrtem whero the rod would hang kee commission has submitted n pp' under Corporal clear that the Kansas republicans bewero answered l'i Ida the elcctrio light plant: Willlnm F tures for Piior. II. II. White, for twenty years President Harrison to the piesidcnt for action. d n n from the enr to tho stretched sltion to the Osnge Imll.ins .ihlch they that tiiccn II l'liiini lieve bile. theIf hair of the tlog can cure by the rev'olulionlsts iu a way thai Coioit, nnd Francis a teacher of mathematics In the Ken- Tanner and tiad. Ingalls had not been win, instead of extending upward, may nccept They are to receiii' 110 the Hank Itoliluil. could not 1m? misunderstood The Sav--e engineer of the building, holding tucky university, hns resigned that po- doubt that thousands upon thousands snatched bildhcadcel there might lie lie leccomiuendk (his idea to inventor. ncres apiece nnd In piid f.O ceiitsnll of unilcncrreni haio been piled upPl.uwiKW. Neb, July 85. The tte.iiucrs seized bj- - the insurg them responsible for tlie catastrophe sition. Prof. Luke KIHott will fill his ncre for the balance. This gives the Plalniicw Male bank wns nibbed Sun- cuts of Lcou when they began the on the pension rolls'' .Men are con- hope for him. St Louis I'cpubllc. place on June n last. In iihlch twenty-Har- t A '..il.iri.Ton of oddn and eudn In goieriimeiit 8.VI.OO0 ncrcs mom The farmer who sells his "proto throw dny night of 3,000 in cash. In conse revolution, Friday opened a bombuid persons lost their lives anil a large At Paducnh County Judge llcth- tinued thereon us invalids though no tected" wool, under tho highest proNew Turk has n remarkable icpresen. open In the n'tllcincnt Hie coming winluence the bank did not oiou its doors incut of Matcrnc. where the govern number of others were injured. ,f l,u ..n sign of physical ilecrpptitudc Is visible. sl.!.r'S hn.ir.l It.n npiMiinmil, talioli of fruit in atone. It Is a bunch ter. tariff the country has etcr Moiidnj. ISO tective 'I heir tin incut tmops nre enenmped "ot,V,,rn " Htioncrs iu the local option tight the ''iT W," of grapes carved from amethyst oi known, and then purchases a few proI urn Mr tt e.t. Hi To ik I'olxou. won returned, and two of their steam for the ' 'J' M h"1,U' n Viiiii'iiniineil. other ilny. After a great.lealof wrang-- 1 of, U,c. "1,r CI rich purple, with stem, leaxen and and have not made tected tin pans for his dairy, has . Iml., July SI -- lliilat I.Miltst i.innxi.i tu. July 85. The Isninl ol ers were struck by shells from tin f Nkiv Yoiik. .Inly 85 , I'he shipments ling on luith sides tho judge decided whom thev married to the department. learned more about tho bounties oi tendrils cunningly wrought from eurivnci by the Inn'.-- to the interior the law unconstitutional, and the remarriage kii.win Iirupp guns forming the govei niueiit hcnltli Mondnv Imposed eight ilnx-malachite, scrpentino nnd jade. A piier now nn. a restnurnnt-Keeiicr- , .'arching investigation pnitection than William Mehinle.v, .Ir, licinforcemcnts are lien Monday aiuounte.l to l.5Ki ooo. Of whole thing was brought to nn end Thorough basket in nlo heaped with npples, Sunday swallowed a largo dose of mor- - .uarautiun on all arrivals from Naples, battery marching to Materno, and Hen. Atiler i Ins .sum liHl.OOO was ol tallied at the The prohibitionists will await the ac- would, no tl.'Uht, (hop tens of thou- will ever tell hlm. Detroit Free Press. pii'iio wiui siiiciii.ii iiiiimii. ins pnynt pcnehoH, oranges, plums, ,ipii.-o- i mid Among the pensioners recently of nam. from the pension rolls. in exchange for large bills. tion by the court of nppenls t'lmli'i.i ,il i'iciliiinnl. comiu'iuiler-in-cliie- f of the iirint. will in Septem- sands rasplierrien that prove on iuscctim to ciiiii stales be cm not lecover. Howlln Ti iii.n, July eases ol si to the front and conduct tho opera Most of the money went to Cincinnati ber, and If it declares the law Invalid The work of investigation is au net of stricken from the rolls bv Coiiimis.sh.uor r left a note saying his attempt at bo made of malachite, rhodonite, junpet was the result of a family nnd cholera have occurred in different parts lions in the Held against the InMir mil Indianapolis Some money went they will then proceed under the old simple lion, sit,' not alone to the tax- I.ochren are eleven men who deserted mid oddly colored marbles. from the army and are reiMirtcd by the payers of the nlted States, but to Chicago and St. Louis t I'lciliuout gents lliiiinciiil ditlleultles. law. i t" th .se persons whose names records of tho war dcp.ntmcnt to be Historic Wall.." A vol'NO Ah Monroe ltawllns tvas crosslni? the 1 hey tti-rwoman of l'ortlnud. Ore., rt.ls.uit'il. still at large. And yet It Is for urging Sllier lll.ls llejeileil. f Sn. Lonx. July 85. The Ilol Weal Iter In tV'ouilng. I'lilKTllll, Pa., July ,'t While work re cutty went into a trauco and did not that railroad trestle in the northern suburbs nro on th. pension roll because of their W tmiiMiiiiN, JulySA. -- Two hundred men wero engaged on an excavation for loliu MeKIUllH'u, and his daughter, of Ilopkinsville, u train of cars came undoubted .los. rt The marvel Is not that pensions bo withhold fmm such Wyo., July 84. For some i out of It for twelve hours. She HllTtlo. I J", n mi wero dropped at the men as these that a ti. A. It. post has and eiglity-siounces of silver were Mime stores on Kgmont nrenuc, ne.n Mrs. Stewart, who died mysteriously suddenly upon him. In trying Mm said ilnva nt Fort Mclvinney tho toinpora then relnlrd her experience. to es- that Pittsburgh a.'' not, but that the num- been expelled from the order. Louisolfered for sain to the treasury liasls-e118 degrees Jn the shade. Second stieet. the foundati m walk of several weeks ago, were poisoned has cape he fell from the trestle upon a pile mip liiul jojirucycu turougli the un- lure t ii times that ville Curler-JournaMondiiy at prices mngiiig the old building iu which the II l become n certainly. known world, and saw many acquaint ut ItuiTabi from I lo rt lower, while An analysis by uf rocks forty feet Inflow. Ills skull ber was notiv Uko jurisdiction Utiles will Is) adopted by the InIf court-- , of the from il IIHT5 to 0.7050 per ounce, all ol the legislature of Pennsd tlie olllclal chemist of the stomachs of was crushed and a leg mid arm broken unci's in Ihu place of punishment, and mercury in the sun stands iso to lMi subject matt, r and it is difficult to say coming house of representative to enThis Is tho hottest weather which was declined, and O.flUOO ten-le- i vnul.i was held were uncovered. 'Hut the dead has revealed the presence of by the fall. lie lias since tiled. a few In Hie haven of rownrd. Then degrees. .1" they can tin no more how cd. able tho majority, after full oportu-nltsin- named nameR.aud It caused trouble, recorded Mere lilontltlod by Historian ll. (i. Asli for eight yenrs. Not n drop Till, irscnic Hctoud this the intestigati in daughter of The-dur- e than thet innke in (iiiry into the grounds for debate, ttp.iss Mich measure mead. 'I'lm building was the old has not proceeded, but this fact Is forin.iny whom thu young woman lo- of rain has fallen for nine weeks, and SchiiHip walked out of a second-storA Tiii'oiiiii It, ink Siispenils, h 'In pension commissioner Mich rules will as It deems desirable. double house of James SaudihtmK nnl rendered more iuqiortnut by the evi- window in her sleep at South upon win. cated in tho region of perpetual punish- the i imge Is completely destroyed TheTiieo-ma T trout, Wash. July was erected prior to the landing ol lenco of druggist llcnjamlu l.udwig. Portsmouth, sustaining injuries that has prin.'cilcii If the facts are as the be tery dilferont from those of the ment are ut preseut retideutn of Port- lliilTalo in sui rounded by forest llrcn. agents of the 'mreiiti have found the lteetl congress, designed to stille all denational bank, one of the strongest William Penn In this building on De Hint Maud McKillllion. a daughter, had are reganletl fatal. land. Thoso who wero fortunate case of the .ir. I'pctl pensioners will be bate, to deprive the political minority Mispeiiileil Momla.i cember I, I0N8, the llrst assembly of the tried to buy arsenic from him. Maud in tlie uortliwckt, iiiii I'hlMs enough to bo sron In the other plac days ago fourteen-ypor-olSouk F.lla of no avail t.rniul iirmy posts that of all share In or kuoit ledge of contemThis bank lias been assist provln.e of rentisvlvanla was held A was susH'ctcd of the murder, but not llrown stepped upon a rusty Madiiid, July 84 - Five, nnnrchint-wer- e morning ore huti'lltid, nnd believe In the Jour nxe nt for the pui p 'e of succoring their plated legislation, and to ctinbl.. tilts nrrcstcd here Sunday for piepnr nig other banks iu tho elty for tlie past tablet will bo erected commemorative enough evidence) it us doudopod at the Princeton. locked-jany. Five days m u useful mission, but speaker, with the c.s.perathm of only brethren beginning nf tho Inepi '"I to hold her ensued and she tiled in later . of the fact . ji ing dynamite bombs for use In tho city six months. awful agony. when thev .on- forth Indiscriminately a minority of the house, to pass such Ite.-i-l Fmi yours n peoullar murmuring hns llnj ill In I hi. t iimitry. In i:ininlnp llie Clilciign Public ll.dldliii;. Ht-'- l ii'iisiii-pilliistou'H ll.ink I 'alls. Tut. following fourth-clas- s to shield iin.li. rvera, to struggle for measures as lie ".nt tit. -- Albany Argus. bean henrd In tho trunk of n large NrtV Yoiih, July 84. Ills lllghnes Wli) She Coiumilleil Suicide. W.tsiiiNoroN, July 85 Supenlslng Coxnkiisi n. I r, (nil., July 85- .- The appointed a few days ago: - President Cleveland, In Ida mesSr.VMOt'li, I nil , July 24. Saturday maple near Pittsburgh, and the noise Vngalgi Singh, luaharnj.ih of K'.ipur rchltect O'llourke will lento this elty Miss O. W. Hill. New Castle. Henry the retniiioii upon the pension roll of itirens' bank, a stipend because sage calling an people iih" session of controubled superstitious people, ltecontly night nt S o'clock l.titlo Leslie, nged 10 states Treasurer owned by Huston, failed tc thaln, India, has reached this city.. He on Friduy next for I hieairo, who n he county, vice J. W. Fast, removed, nnd they lost tin ii ilr during thu war of gress, truthfully i Urn that "the present ay s accompanied by ono of his w Ives, the will carefully examine into the con Lawyer M.txwall, the owner of the yearn, took u teaspoouftil of nrtenic I'rnnla Murphy, St. Charles, Hopkins the iidiellion r acquired corns ou perilous condition is largely the reipen Itn doors Wednesday owing tc fourth iu tree, cut It down. When hln ax had with suicidal intent, becnuso her mother number, nuil qulto n tllsnin Jillon of tho I hlc.igo public buil.liii'f -- ounty, vice J. V. Mcl.wey, Liabilities removed. some of thou t os, they discredit the sult of a financial policy which tho exreached to it dnpth of n few inches, would now nllow her to attend an the stringency ktioun. The nnd asset guished suite. The party consists of nnd make n liual as to the safety mndo not Mil W. II. SuthTiKY has lieen electdepositor Lieut. I nl. Masboy.of iidthe associates thev ecutive brunch of the goiernment findf name they t sh,. died at 10 n'eloali will,jot Is said, be water gushed forth nnd continued mil' open-nl- r concert thu Knglbih army of the building, it paid In full. ed second lieutenant of company V. Ken- had during tl" embodied in unwise laws which must Miuui AzU ll.itsch, revenue minister tilng. Tho rlngH on tho treoMiowed its Sunday 'llm I.nltl Itcrrie Kedticed. tucky State liuards. The place was ' federal administration I'conomy repealed by conbe executed until ago to bo over 150 yearn. It stood on D.tulet Ham. private secretin t; dipt Hns .Not I'iiIIciI, VNiii5niiiN. July j.", -- 'i'he gold re- made vacant by the promotion of his has beeoiuo imperative necessity. gress." Lieiy wonl of this tn true Cliihlioil in Healli Willi an Ax. sloping; ground near the bank nf n Wisiii.noiox, July 85. The state- 'wiiidnr Siugli, MaJ. Nuluil sort e stood at M.M'i mi Tiiutleercise brother, Arthur ti. Sharpley, tr the One roukoii f.i 'he stringency eif the The responsibility must rest where It PAlihtiinitlto, W. Vn., July 81. IM ment nude public Saturday that the nlii'ih mid Dr. Sahly .My. Aftei re awlft Htream, Thero were apvcrnl deis due to the fact that the troaauii n place of first lieutenant. times is the ex ding cost of govern- - ls.li.ngv. with the repuullc.tn party. cayed, hollow Btrenka in tho body oi tvnnl Monte and Win. Long, two young First National batik, of Vernon, Te.,, inalulng a few diiyn nt tho Wab'or. are voluntarily using; tho gold to men living near Maunlngton, got Inb had failed .Uutiit'ii Scil.tl'i.n, one of a fishing par- ment federal stato nnd local. Too Those republicans, tt ho are trying to hotel his highness will go on to tin. make tho tree. The witter had worked proics to bo erroneous, Tho World's payiuentn, 'Jhey say there will ty of live well known citizens of Louis- much Is tleiniiu led of the resources of shift tho responsibility upon President fnlrnml then return via Washthrough the rootn, up ono decayed au altercation, nnd before It ended First Natloual bank of I! unci I, ICiiu.. ington. New York and Loudon to Ka le but llttlo further decreas-- ' Iu tlu ville, wns diowned by the capsizing ol the people in i he uaino of stute nml mt- - Uevelnud nro demagogues, pure and Moore clubbed Long so badly with ut has failed. ilreuh and down uuother. gold fuud. ' uurthalu. u I0ttbo.it liou. Tim largest fclnglu item of ck- - simple. Cli'tt'luu.l Plain Dealer. i. that ho has since died. (V NIWIMV OI'EXIXG. Stubborn Stockholder is Determined That the Gates Shall Open rmnre srrr Nnilir i.n Mir I'rni'o.i. In llloihiiilr ir Hip ',, ,.r. Tlinl NOT NA'IISKACT.H.Y. ' . PLUCKY SIAM. S,P tx, -. I'.H.I.ri It l Tlimii-li- t .tr-h.- il KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. in., ,lip 'rpnPh Ilrllj.il t fit It the Ilon.vKV (illAY, a notorious Negro ii.r rilir, psrl. tough'aud gambler, wan stnblied to - Anirrlran n In-or- der ! lit-l- r ill. ,- I.. - l (fen-era- v f c- haud-to-hn- 1 iajy ltecterfrihe'MrMT, 'K:1 d tnti-nUo- r u -i 5? J. I -- lls U-e- n I -- -- I ", d l le jvosi-Ho- e-- um e d i ls-e- le ln-e- in-- flr I ti , !'l,. - "., inoret-rlevous- In-- e iei rca one-eigh- 'j ' I .., ,',, I'lf-fo- Mix-pe- l, ,,,,, ,,,,.,. j o l t,tr,. ,.r. I u-- .ntxtcen-year-ol- d K To-d.- J "" ... utiSTS. .. P&lii&iiiffSifrA SK I - i tl '' irr .n len -- n m-of-- r onl-issu- pro-poet- , e r VI .1 . M)Cket-kulf- 1 , I d "red-dog- old-tim- e gjs-bag- 140,-17- i lii-ii- '""'? ""' s lt l. - y seven-year-ol- d y Ari-enlei- d ex-1- . i i ( i otll-clal- . Ari'Vr tfj4rtJfc ,tm (lifif i rWi 1 s-mMzr' ?& .'k-- lil. ' J 7AtLlLzXLi;, AAt.as!.rg,tA,..J& . .. J !aaa- .- t A a .H-- irrnMigMlMWKliMlitiiii HiKMMMM 11 ill n - '...-.- -. .a. '., .v..-.-- -' .,'J .,.. U i .n. ' . Kl ,u9rt'.vj",ii"i.tv.vu. im 'ijifri W1 -- rf Y ? :f? , , art". riTk'ltiWnwi 5iuu m i;-,,- jvy-'S'-L- ,,-.. 1W-- 7 ::..'l7 : iji,.u . . I ,;tw, M m. imn iiBHMMMiwwiww"aFv---;3"iW- ,,::: TIE THE HICKMAN COURIER. " PubllthW Evry Friday by GEORGE WARREN Hlakman, Kentucky. Hr.tt Jaosian F THE HICKMAN COURIER! m ' FINE JOB FEINTING ICXTCCUTH.-D WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. BALE BILLS, ltrt, Beit door to Oily ItalL GEORGE WARREN, Editor. j TIM OLDMT NKWiPAPHR W WESTERN KENTUCKY. I'rlcoof Subscription. $150 i HSTAM JSII ED 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTYKY., FRIDAY. JULY28, NOT SATISFACTORY. II l 1893. VOL. XXV Pil. NO. 1 39. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEAD! DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS. ETC., ETC. OAX.L AND SEE US. pcndittiro I that for pension, whlci ha mounted up beyond the anticipation of anyone, even tho most extravagant proponent of free, wide-opepension laws. Tho pension burenu hai full authorft under thn law to make close Inquiry luto the existing list II persons have certificate nnd do hold .them honestly It I within the power of the department to drop such person. They will nevei bo able ti ascertain nil of them, but they should continue their Investigation In the hop) of diminishing the number In cvery case that senrch will develop. The trend of npproprlntions on pension account, ns upon all other account, trust be dim nward. The nation is costing tho people too much money. Chicago Times. n lettrr. Press association devoted consult-rubltmrt of Its session la Richmond to n discussion tit the quea-(iowhether tne wont Negro should l with n capital or n small Initial Ne-gio n Title Human lmlr is nbsolulcly the moiil profitable crop thnt fifflin, Five torn of It lire nnmmlly imported by the merchants of London. '1 lio 1'Hrlslans liar vrst upward of 200,000 pounds, equal In value, to f so.OOO per annum. writ m 1 - An Infnrinnnt of tlio llrooklyn Stand I'nlon has n kindly won! for the mosquito. Iln itcclnrcs tluvt Its lilta would he harmless If left iilonoj II merely suck thu pobon from iur systems, a real benefit In hot.weather. w, Arift.lt nil the tullr nlioiit the wonders fill seed of eleelrlo motors tlio first electric locomotive weighing 110,004 pounds, Iiua nt last Wen constructed and is found fcy actunl trial to linvo a maximum speed of thirty inltrsnn hour. . .. .. oi wie worm is me, utissian prorincc, of llrssarnbtn, taken from Turkey In 1K7S. Ha vkieynnls often yield 300 gallons of wine per arm tlio nvcrngo yield of wheat Is 33 bushel and of mulro 00 bushels. i ... JfirttL;tiTjLocwon 'l'in:nr. ant four unltpic mountains In Lower Cullfnrnln, two of alum, ono alum and sulphur mixed and onn of purr sulphur. It Is estimated thnt In the, four peaks named there nro 100, 000,000 tons of pure uinm ami 1,000,009 tons of sulphur. rcniOMTT of journalism Is estah- .It, III.. 1,11. ..' ll Un.lilhl.lnn thn highest --ruk nf New Hnghind, tin Imllt where nn eitteriirf.ttu an oftlce, froiii which he eriodloally Issues a newspaper nnmed. with much truth. "Among the Clouds." A ll.tl-.- l I Ax observant drummer sajs he ram rendlly tell who Is the ! on tha farms he passes, the farmer or his w Ife. If a farm has a large horn and a smnll house tlio men la but when there Is a tine house and a dilapidated bum jou mar know that the woman has her own way h IN I'nor f, IC. of the Inland Stanford university, th soclolotrist. In ort. r to more tlioroughly famtllarlra lilmu-l- f with tramp life, dressed himself n n tramp and llvel amontr tha however, quickly profession, lie ileteetod and forced out of the rank of the fraternity Jcoi:, ni, i I' '.. J txK.ltluii for its material. It with tled bonets. 'Ihe declared that 13,00) American chlt gunWi.it Wolf has arrhed. Itorsnt tl World's fair and 1,000 have extressed a w llllnfucss to Ilnrtt I'lyliiliitf In Meitrngun. remove their ymsls to tint Tactile coast, I'AMMi, Colombia, July 24 News provided suftleient money IsRUnranteed has just lieen received here showing to Insure uccesv has lieen In pnigress th.it h.inl near Muttare Nlcuragiio. between the Ix the hortlrultur.il luillillnjj there, Ii Ia'oh ri'volutionlsls and the governI a solid silver filigree mislel of thnt ment troops. ive thousand men were structure which cost IM.000, or about enjfngcd In the kittle, the result of ' of the cost of thn larger which Is not known here. Mnttnrc is a building itself. It weighs 110 pounds, small hamlet about twelve miles from Is It feet long, 3 feet 3 Inches wldo and Malmira. 3 feet 0 Inches In height To build it A final Hi; lit. reqnlred the service of 13 men working July 51 A )( hour a dny, 13 months. The work) Ksowiii.j, Term . lietween two deswns none ny ine Mexicans, wno are mi perate fight ivcnrred of lllvler county Hnherl most ade'pt In the filigree art Tlghtecn Caton niul Hols-r- t tired, and ( aton was Srt.noM Is a person so afillcted as tha pistol shota were nearly eieryone of which wlfo of a clerk In tha treasury depart- struck by slv. He Her husband of Itself would have proved fatal. ment In Washington McMahon r died a few dnyn it go. The day after he fell and expired in an pocket-knife- , which wns burled one of her boys broko Ills wns saved by his was struck b the shot leg On tlio following day another child broke, his arm, and on tho third Negro lijnelieil In Florida. day nnother child was taken 111 with Way Ciiohs, C.i.. July 24 A negro typhoid fever Her household Is turned convict assaulted tho beautiful oung Into a hospltnl, and nhn has less than a daughter of It N. Hlliott, a prominent dozen dollars In her possession. cillren of Lafayette county, TIa., 'IhurMlny. The negro was caught FriI'nor. IIk.i.i, thinks the time occupied day and after confessing his crime was by Inventors In working out the prob- lynched In his confession ho Implilem of aerial navigation by tha usual cated another negro who will be served s Inflated und methods of steer- In a liko manner. ing them Is wnstsd. He thinks a feasible means of propelling and directing New p would b? by a kind of trolnu tllTllllir, . T, July 24 -- Tho Cheroley sjstem where the rod would hang kee commission hns submitted a propodown from the car to thn strMched sition to the Osage Indians .vhleh they wile, instead of extending upward, limy nceept. Tluty nro to rccelie P10 cents nn lie rcccommcnds this Idea to Inventors. acres n piece and lio paid nerc for the bul.ince. 'Ihls gixes the A mim.kctoh of odds and endn In gmei nineiit 2A0.WW nerc. moro to throw New Tork has a remarkable represen- oik'II In thn settlement the coming wintation of fruit In stone. It Is a bunch ter. of grapes carved from amethyst of He Took 1'olson. rich jnirple, with stem, lemes und iMtMNsl'iil I, I nil , July 21 Christtendrils cunningly wrought from opher How lln. n restaurnnt-kceiicr- . A malachite, scrpentlno and jndc. a large dose, of morbasket la also heajted with apples Sunday swallowed intent. Ills physl-emphine with stlleid.tl penches, oranges, plums, apricots und he cm not i center. Howlin raspberries that prove on inspection to left nstate saying hi attempt at nolo ho made of malachite, rhodonlto, jusper; was the result of family and und oddly colored marbles. Is ra h J cltl-reu- s lu-ugas-bngnlr-shlr time i;o an Iowa cyolone fol routu of a railroad forsovnr al miles, ami now there is a theorist on deck w ho proposes to steer lh- - lorm, by means of rails laid and wires strung f r the purpose. Into open sections of nouncs-their determination to fnr.-country whero they can spend their tpen the gates by r to tl. for co without damage iherifT on the onler of Judge Stein hiI to call the exposition oftlcl.iU to the m With the aid of the. (real I. Ink of Jtistler for contempt of court- astronomer have made the startling1 discovery that ono of the tatellltes Will llomli.li-t- l (lie I'lTiieli. of Jupiter Is doublo In othsr words, !.omkx, July 24 The llitngkok lhal,ssrhatliaaiihtrflUifora been taken of -- the Dally IfhronfMe for a single moon Is, Indeed, two moons, telegraphs ns follows: 'ihe a larjje and a small one, the lesser slow war ships, which are anchored one ly revolving around thn jrreater. mile fnini the Trench, nn- - ernwdcd itith men read for action. 1 heir InM II Dr. Vorso has returned to San tention Is, in case the Trench emnmrnee Francisco to nurs an idea " It Is liostililicv to ste-idown ami lam tho jirojtovd to hold a rrat winter fair In Trench gunlsxits attempt to Ixmnl that rltj which shall draw on the them in fonsj and nttnek the crows louol the hor. MEANS WAR. rrsnre Servm cillrr mi Die Power. Tint Mir I'rnpit.r. In lllni kmle Hie I'.itntrn A Stubborn Stockholder Is Determined Msinr.n Cim.t. I'AllIM, July 21 That the Gates Shall Open The government hn notilled tho powers that It Intends U If 'I hrrr llr .In J Irliieln .luiUe tlrln' In- - establish a blmknde of the Shiniest coast, without piejudlce to the othei Jtilirllim AkiiIii.i CliLlng I In. (lair. measures thnt may Is- - taken, with the MiiiiIt IMrrrtur Ornrrnt llntl. Mill tie llrlil I'nr I uiilenit. object of securing to Trance Mie gtmr untee to which she is entitled. , President Cnmot Is nt Mnrlyh-lto- l, tVoni.ti's Taiii. duly 2, The gates of the; World's Columbian mid tho cabinet will go there for ilelib loltlo!i ucre closed Similar, hut rriillon. The ministers will meet at t Director (leurriil Davis will prolmlity o'clock Tuesdny morning, ('resident Utenlleil to the b.ir of Jmlge Stem's Cnmot prcsliling Uimmi.n, July 24 The Time Mon sourt on Momlar and arraigned for contempt of court In not oliservlng the day morulng publishes nn editorial Injunction prohibiting the closing tft which it Is thought expresses the genKugllsh thegnteson Sunday. l.ery tiny that eral Tranco-Sinines- opinion of the merit ol r dispute In comhas pjssi d since tho locnl and thn imtlounl (ominisotou united In the pol- menting upon Slam's ntiMw-- r to the icy of a closed fair on Sunday hns only French ultimatum the Times says tended to further complicate tho situ- "Slum's refusal to go lieyond Just and ation that has resulted from various reasonable limit or to concede terrl never put In an ulta instituted In the state and federal tory to which elTectlve claim until tho other ilny It A..trtH I iiojyieiiso fovn measure of .. Jt".n!,.nf,-- f '" thvhlstorylof,theifa)r. TisteiisHlly illrccted ngnfnst the, hostility, Siamese, mat oi nn oen nnuuij but really striking ' nt the commerce ol won their llrst victory In securing an Tiiglnud and other countries having Injunction from.lmlge Stein s court the World's fair ofllelnls from commercial relutlon with Shun." A dispatch to the Chronicle from cloilng on Sunday, and although It was expected at the time that higher courts Carls says- "'(lie tenor of the French would Iki called upon to decide the ultimatum to Slam leaves no doubt at r ii ncc's Intentions. She would much question, the temporary victory was heralded w 1th grent rejoicing. Ijiter. prefer not to reecho money down from si.im The alternate of the thn tvlicti the, matter enmo courts, the Meln injunction was lux gntherer in the coveted districts ol tigkor mid llnttaiubang is fur more tc forgotten in tint rejoicing over the her taste " victory from n higher court "Tho lb grunt s time mssm1. however, the letory. I Ihe (ilolnt says: reiieli aggrcslou Is aimed at Knglund. tiurncd to nsl.es on the lips of World's nppnrent smm Is iserel a pretext Hence the f tlr oIllcliiK and ns It iliiti Hint opt-Similars were not material! of of the Itritlsh foreign ofllee Is om (l..iHy Tllg'ttltd's exlritiirillnnry to increase) the receipt of the expos'. Hon. a reconsideration of the matter pln'f ill the situation is paramount I irmness Is nccrssn r , for doubtless was taken and the loo.il directory ami mtional commission tsttli iieciueii in Krince Is counting iimii tlio feebletiesj ' She l not the llrltlsli Kverylnl 1om the fair on Miniiity. sntislled with the conclusion of timivrr s fur war nearer homo than the " the controversy, until, suddenly, some Mekong river The Tall Mall (inrcttc commenting me remembered lh.it the original In iiu'tiou In .liulgo Stein's court re uMiti the situation In an nrtlclo headed itmltilug Sunday closing was still llhirkmuil," sajs: "Slam hns sjioken She with dignity and mixlcratlou. n fonv. This Injunction was e plained by I'hsrlcs W Kllngman, as n gites up too much but she docs not foi itockhohler, and that gentleman and a moment recognize the other preiKts-ti-nm- s demands mndo iion her. In William lis attorney, regard to these demands Trance must I', Mason, lire tiding gleeful satlsfac We must not tlon in enforcing their rights to the rei kn with TnglnniL hesitate to let our voice 1st heard. letter h leen held I,. Til Koshcry and Lord DufTrrln (tin Several Trance) must W lietween hlgli World's fair ofllelals and Itntish ambasvulor to and i'liji..int) Mftl tnAllna lint the minister) M Dcvelle (Trench foreign careful. If Trance ehcrlsho latter geiitlenirn hnve remained olulu rate, and as a result If the World's fair the idea of lioinbanling llnngkok let r remember that tho Ihigllsh gun ;ules art- - clov-- Sunday the person Issuing the onterwlll Iw In contempt! Imits in siiunese waters could blow tin guulKtnts out of th- - water In f .linlge Stein s court Director en lllgglnlHitliam half an hour Let Trance tockct her ral D.nls and ilinouuretl Sn'unl.iy that tiiey woull' blackmail und b content." 1om the fair Sund.iy, and Messrs. Cling Homing 1'leeoiiH Ariiic man niul hive positively an fitii-Anodln-ctoit t- 1 fed-tr.- il seo-jne nel- Sl'NDAY OI'KNING. PLUCKY SIAM. H?s-n KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. Hie Kretieh itam tti'i" nli-r- t p. In-- 1 I'n-side- Mui ' npM-atlli- tele-sco- July 23. Three ol the fotty-ntnThihidelphla homing pigeons llliernted from the World's fail grounds on Tuesday last arrived Monday The first ono nrrived at 10 4.1 a in , the second at 13:50 p m., and tin third nt TSU p. in. The birds should hnve arrived several days ago. It It thought they .ore caught In a storm while crossing the Allegheules. Tilli.Mtr.l.i-itiAo . -- (iottfrled Mast, the would-li- e roblter whoso brutally rut and beat Mr and Mrs. Knso-brleduring his search one day last week of their home for hidden money, committed suicide by hanging hlmcl! llr In hi cell in the j ill w 1th n towel left n letter, but its contents nelthct ii ill r m or deny his guilt Illltsnoiio III, July Committed Suicide. 2.'. D.tvls Cauulit 'litis 'nine. Ci.AiiKsiirnn, W Vn., July A. C. Davis, sojretnry of the order league, memlier of tlio M. L. church niul president of the West Vlrjr.nia college, who mysterious! business dlsappctrcd a few da.vsngo, has lieen located t Cnlro, 111. Ho was arrested and will be brought back to this place for prosecution Cholera. Vibs.ni, July 25. A woman tiled nt Oldenls-rMonday of cholera During hours several susthe last twenty-fou- r picious cases hut coceui red in the prov Inces, und now the transit through Austria nnd llnngnr of dirty linen, unwashed clothing, old clothes nnd prorags from Trench ports has hibited. Iliillroad simloii Uotitii-tl- . Sav TiiANrtsco', July 21 Late Monday night n gang of tnnsked men rolf the Southern Tuclllc station here. They gagged the ngent nnd tool; nil the money nnd valuables on the plnce. It Is not known how much the loss Is. i:niiiliieil lot- - I'romotioii. W'ANiiisoTox. July 21 Commitilore (icorge drown mid Cnpt II II. Totter have passed c.xiimiuatloii for promotion to the gratleof admiral and commodore resja'ctlM-ly- , and their case have gone to the president for action. g K-e1m-- the has lallcil'iN:ntcl make reparation to the families of the ernment text of slam's reply ns Imparted victims." . What appear With regard to tho Indemnity of to tho Ctrl is that we have not yet Slam ad- quite certain .',000.000 f re ncs, tho king of verbatim report of theultima-tum- . mits liability, but proposes that a seen the Suspicion exist In many quarmixed commission bo nppolnted to asters that Trance has intentionally certain the exact amount of tho In- withheld a part Istth of tho ullmatum juries suffered. As to tho Immediate and of the reply, and as the session of deposit of 8,000.000 franc to cover the tho chamlwr Is closed, the public hns French claim his majesty says that lnvs little chnnce of learning tho real posilug reason to think that this sum M. oillclnl tion. the damage done, lie relies upon containing Tavle'stext of the dispatches repl nrthe tho Justice of the French government In mine confusion, nnd, lving In to return tho balance after Inquiry Is rived cipher, nn omission such nshas been remade. '1 his reply not considered sntlv ferred to could lie easily explained factory in any point the French minis- i way. "Accompanv Ing the telegram to the ter at Ilangkolc will comply with the Instructions previously mmiI him am! Siamese legation, in Tnrls, containing .Main's reply wasnnother dispatch with ;'.! .ft.it that l.icc onlldcntlal Instructions, which lias not been published, lilt which was BLAND'S REMARKS retransmitted to Lord llnsebery. This lilts Al.nut sn,rr ntnl nay possibly have cont lined the offci .Mrtnl Man Outline. III. I'ollr). of an Increased indemnity. Nw YoliK, July 24. A St Louis spe elal b.is: "We will rcjK-a-l the SherAGAINST MOB LAW. man law- - with a free coinage bill." (icpresentatlve diehard T. ShrrltT Mi niton, of Slrniihl. Mi.- no Iirmleil nml the lirnnil Jury Will Imllit dliind stated the programme of the I.inrhtrs. silver advocates Saturday Mi.Mflil". Tenn . July 85. There I n Mr llland spol.c ns one in authority. as a le.nlur who knows his business nnd storm ol indignation against Sheriff understands in ndrnnco the line of bat- McLeudan for his exhibition of weik-ues- s Saturday night In turning Lee tle When usked "What is the cause ol Walker over to a driinl en mob of hoodthe present financial stringency?" he lum, railroad switchmen ond lmys saldi . . .. ?.(-- . JItiU a dcnjuen.coyddliave. defended, " liatever panto we linve is tine, in a trTo jail nfi.l rurTlhem lnto'thovMlvsls-slpp- i river great measure, to tho threat of Wall Monday morning Judge Scruggs susstreet financier that they would bring nn investion n pnnlc or n monctnry stringency in pended M- - Lentlon trdor to accomplish the demonetization gation, nnd placed the coroner In jf silver The proposition now tr.nde tc charge f his ofitce. The giand jury will Ih- - called Monivoid a panic and restore prosperity i the reH-a- l of tho Sherman act The day, nun it looks ns if McLendon it ill unconditional repeal would lie regarded be indutc 'ihe nidge strongly condemns the by the world ns a totnl demonetization of silver, which woulil luivouic encci l.vnchitu' and says he will bring all tout once widen the difference bctweer the parties to justice. Ilurrt Iniyscr, one of the mob le the bullion value of gold nnd sIIvit." was arrestel at noon, und other "What course do the silver men pro pose tt follow to nvotd such a panii were brought In Mondnr afternoon. slid save silver from demonetization?' BRIGHTER SKIES "Our policy will lie to substitute. Wi sro npKtsed" to the Sherman net be Oterlisin; the lln.inilal Wnth- l- Number nf sn..nlril Itmks 'it Iti .nine. ciu- - it Is n bad silver law, nnt n we goof wont to substitute WtsniNi.Tov, July 21. As viewed nt for one it Thnt's the onlj treasti department the week li A issue. I lielleve the present panlckv with brighter tinatuiil prospects. condition I the result of n conspiracy niimlx r of the roientl failed banks are and that the condition is attributed ti taking the necessary steps- to resume re nnd iTitntller Tckels is lending them tin- - Sherman net to bring nlwut it Ho wns notilled peal 'lhey accomplished the rcpcnl o nil tin aid possible the lllnnd net by the Shf rninn net, Im Momliv that the failed First National they tlo not propose to put it luck t ban!., "f Kendallville. (nd, und tho the lllnnd act, but to leave us withou failed Northern National bank, of dig a liw of silver, except the net of 183 Itapuls Mich . would probably resume which totally demonetize It." this week. busini "Do vim believe the unconditional re 'Ihe irst national bank, of Santa peal of tho Sherman net can !e nccom Anna al , which resumed business on pllshed?" Sotiirlav after a short suspension, re "I tlo not There I some danger Ir celled in depo-it- s $18,000, while the thn house, but nono In the senntu withdrawal amounted to only fil.000. The people nro not Informed of tli TIn is regarded here as nn evidence danger which confronts them, or els thatennfidenco ia belli! gradually thero would lie moro interest anion; on the I'.tc iflc coast pn-ssls-ln-CnM-Ml.-o1 1 id-e1 dvkiihtiK, July 21. Slnm's offer has liccnj refused by France, owing to n Anil Will Stitkn llrimralliiii to tits Tnin- - dlsnirrccment In reganl to the ccrtla of tho' Vft In nit of the Mekong river, allllia of the Mttlnis Tlin Frrnrli (lot- at though the other demand nf Trance rriiiiirnt Or.trr. 1 heir .tllnl-tr- r Itmigkoktii llrllrc I'riim tliet'lty. wen' for tlnvinost pint conceded. The French minister resident, M. Tavle. hns I'Aiili", July 24. The Slnmeso govern- .nskej for pilots, nu 1 will lenve on tho ment reftVei to submit to tho condi- joth, when the tldo permits the I neon-ituntions stipulated by tho Trench ultima crossing tho bar. Meanwhile, turn nnd tho Trench government has diphwitle lietween Trance telegraphed to M Tnvlc, Its representa- and i slam relations been have broken off, tive at Itangkok, ordering him to lenve andjjt liellcved hero that the hours. delay in city within twenty-fou- r that opening hostilities I to '1 he Trench government llxes a the enaU-- t moro French warship to most northern limit of It sphero of In- sfrlvr at degree of lati- destruction Saigon to assist In the terest the twcoty-thlrof tlio fort nt the river a tude nnd the northern frontier of previous to nn attack on the the fourteenth degree. tow n. Tho palace Is strongly defended The reply of tho Siamese Is far from organized satisfactory. Iord Duffcrln has not yet by at ncn. nnd a forto of twelve thousand, terrible called upon M. Devello, but was expect- conlfi-- t may Iks exject-d- . It Ls ed to do so Monday, forAdner liere will llpoj.lAJsrrfdvtfeMttnHrll WniV.tectciftiy lhe"rnr)isTr, Dutch nnd inntnm, Slam agree'' to evacuate the war bunk of the Makong dcrinniinre no shlpr., which have arrived. post on the left American war ships here within a month. In answer to tho third There government Is sincerely as ct The Siamese it.li demand, tho king deplore the French trying to negotiate w the loss sustained by Franco, and the government in Tari through Its diploas Incident at matic representative there, nnd Indethe nttick on tho French gunltoat at pendently of M. Tavle, but It has very the entrance of tho Moliun success. and slim dinner of July 21 - A cable disdang llien will Ikj set at lils-rtNkvV YoliK, every satisfaction given ns far n com from London Mon lav nfternoon patlhlo with tho demands of justice patch llangkok telegram puband the Independence of Slam, which stntes thnt a the Siamese lished there declare the French government declares Itself government offers to that nn Increased pi willing to respect Indemnity in lieu of the cession nf the The reply continues: "We agree to province of Luang Trabang to Trance. punish those who have been gu'lty of luis Wen Hither the aggression, In nccordance with either misinformed, correspondent or the Trench govlaw, nnd to tf 1 d -Cum-ixxll- Punljb Thoso Who Been Guilty of Aggression Will Arrtnliif "tlit .TIi.niKht She Will rs tl(p I'rrnrli Il'I.ijnt t'ntll tes.rl.. ntto tlin IIonsKV ((HAY, a notorious Negro totighnnd gnmblcr, wn stabln-- to death by five Negro railway employe at I'nilucah. dray snatched a sum of money from one of the men nnd at . Ho was overtempted to run taken and litcra.il beaten nnd butchered to dath in n ravine near the city d nA-ny- limits. thrait, while laboring under temporary At Cluckard John Kenlck cut hi pacs hnnd-to-hon- d ..s. Insanity, and will hnnlly recover. Fiiik, the other morning, destroyed the commissary and other buildings attached to the St Vincent Orphan asylum, Louisville. None of the orphan or Inmates were injured. Tho loss will amount to 15,000 or t",000, and Is covered by Insurance. J- - N. Nf.ii.f.tt, the oldest citizen oi Christian county. If not of southern Kcntuoky, died at his home near Lafay- etic, the other day, of general debility, aged V3 yearn. He xvns one of tha plonecrnojtluit ee1.un.,aad,wnn lux three quarters of a century n tinner by trade nnd a prominent member of the daptlst church. purchased A.v 1'ngdsh syndicate ha the falls of the Cumlierlnnd in Whltcly county, and will erect near them nn Immense electric plnnt for the purpose of furnishing light nnd power to corporaThey are tions, cities nnd coal mines. prepared to operate on an immense tcalc. Lkwis Mi.nck. who has for several years been confined to hi room with rheumatism nnd paralysis, died from the effects of nn overdose of morphine, at Hopklnsvllle. He wns never con scious nf tcT licing found. It Is lielieveu he took the drug with suicidal Intent, as he often expressed himself as tired of life. a lunatic, John Wki.sii, twenty-one- , leaped from a fust running train near Louisville, but escaped injury. II. W. (!KVKt'KC0LI.fcCT0ll.lollf- so.s's patronngc has been materially Increased by hi appointment as custodian of the courthouse, at Louisville, n position heretofore held by the surveyor of the port This will give the collector SYSTEM. llsiiipetiil lijr Amerlean I.ril.'allon Those w hoJiave so long shouted that break down Ilrltlsh goldSvs trlng our tnriff inYonler that the llntlsh mnnufncturprsl might take nway the Atnerlcnn marKt-- from our home producers wIlL HrTd ith.trd to understand the varnlnga tpnt nre beginning to appear In Eiiftfllsh Journals, and from thenglitful,JJiiVl'''lun,'nnoiv that we nre about W reform our iiarlinruus sy torn nnd opep eiv gatesln our Chinese wnlls. To manyof liese "Ilntlshers" It has nlrcaoy occui d that free raw ma- cr tariff restrictions terlala anA." with us mean it a surrender o( Am;r-them. but n rnmn-t- l. lean marlMttion iroafmi riran manufacturers In tho ncutnlUlt kets which our protec- landoned for the past live syfttrnj ,, Ourownrnanu. to catch the luY I -in. BARBAROUS llnterpr'' f t rf " ti. fit. L j - a& fet,frfe,iB, industrial splratlon -:.-iB Vn bI mt - T .. IIIITIIIK mosrcrrrs-.Aratf international or French hi) them." i - liniuicliil illfllcultles. A recently went Into a trauco and did not roiiieoutot It for twelve hours. She then related her experience, .Slut said hhe had journeyed through tho unknown world, and saw many acquaint-niice- n In the place of punishment, und Then it fuw In thn haven of rowurd. she named nninrs.nnd It caused trouble, forin.my whom the young woman located in tho region of perpetual punishment are at present residents of Tort-lanThose who were fortunate enough to bo seen In the other plsos ore satisfied, and bollevo In the jour- Foil years a peoullar murmuring has been heard In tho trunk of a large maple near I'lttsburgh, and the noise troubled superstitious people. Keccntly Lawyer Maxwell, tho owner of tha tree, out It down. When his ax had reached to a depth of a few inches, wiiter gushed forth nn continued Tlio rings on the treo showed Its age to be over 150 year. It stood on loping ground near the bank of n run-ulu- rouNO woman of l'ortlnnil, Ore., Hot Weatlierln AVjomlng. Ill'FFAl.o, Wyo., July 24. For some days ut Tort McKluney tho temperaITJ degrees Jn the shade, ture basln-eat lIuiTalo from 4 to rt lower, while mercury In tho sun stands 130 to 150 degree. This Is thn hottest weather recorded for eight years. Not u drop of ruin hns fallen for nine weeks, and the run go Is completely destroyed lluffulo Is surrounded by forest fires. A n ii re Ut h Arrested. MAtmili, July 24. Tiro anarchists were arrested hero Sunday for preparing dynnmlto bombs for use In tho city VVli) Khn Committed Hulclile. I ml , 54. Sr.YMoitu, Saturday night nt 8 o'clock Lutlo Leslie, nged 10 July years, took a tenspoonful of arsenic with suicidal Intent, becnune her mother would now nllow her to nttend an concert. ho died at 10 o'clock open-M- r Sunday Cliilibed to Dentil With an Ax. l'AiiKMteni'iio, W. Va., July 34. 1M swift Mtrenin, Thero were several deMootc and Win. Long, two young cayed, hollow streaks In the body of wardliving near Mnnnlngton, got Into The wutet had worked men tho tree. and before It ended through the rootn, up ono decayed nn altercation, Long so VnJIy with ut Moore clubbed strc.uk and down uuother. ax that )i" luis sluco died. P The grand I'm. nt tlie lii.iircent Vrs.elH Struck II) jiiri Monday found n truo bill in the Krupp Shell.. Fori theater disaster against" Freder M Nic.iraguu, July24. Hop ick ' Mnsworth, chief of tho record the war depart for tho settlement of tho tioublo ir niul pension division Nicaragua without bloodshed has been ment tieorgo W Dant, tho contraetoi abandoned, ('resident Zavala's over- emplevcd to make the excavation for tures for peace wcro answered Friday tho electric light plant; William F by the revolutionists In it way thnt Covert, superintendent, and Francis Tht Sasf-- englneerof the building, holding Hank Itolitieil. could not bo misnnderstottd. 25. insurg- them responsible for tho catastrophe The t tenners seized by the I'i.invikw, Neb., July Ttiiinvlcw State bank w a robbed Sun- ents of Leon when they began tin on Juno 3 hist In which twenty-thre- e In eonse iCTolutlon, Friday opened u bombard persons lost their lives and a large day night of JS.OOi) In cash. qnence the bank did not open Its doors ment of Matcrnc, where thn govern number nt others were Injured. Monday. incut troop are encamped. 'I heir tin Currency for the We.t. was returned, nnd two of their steam (ilhrnllnr Qiinrniiliiieil. l'lie shipment Nkw Yoiik, July 81 ers were struck by shells from the (iiniivl.T mi, July 25. The Istard of interior Krupp guns forming the government f curronev by thelnnksto the (too. health Monday imposed eight da Of ltelnforcements are now Monday umountcd to iM.DO battery quarantine on nil nrrtvals from Naples. marching to Matcrue, and lieu Aviler till sum 1 100.000 was obtained nt the In exchange for large hills. of the nrni. will Cholera nt I'ietltiiimt, Most of the money went to Cincinnati Ti iit.N, July 21. Several cases ol t,o to tho front and conduct the opera Hid Indianapolis Some money went cholera have occurred IndllTcrent parts lion In tho Held against tho insurto Chicago and St. Louis gents. of Tlcdiuont. lhey Were I'ttlsoiieil. lll.turle Wall.. Milver Hid Dejected. Ss. Loris. July 21. The liellef thnt CiiKSTlllt, Tn., July '.'4. -- Whllo work and his daughter, W'asiumiton', JtilyS.V Two hundred men vvero engaged on an excavation for John ounces of silver were some stores on Kgmont avenue, neat Mrs. Stowurt, who died mysteriously and eighty-sioffered for sain to the treasury de- Second street, tho foundation walk of several weeks ngo, were poisoned hits An anal sis by partment Monday tit prices ranging the old building in which tho II M liecomo n certainty. from eUtlili! to fo. "010 per ounce, nil oi meeting of the legislature of l'ennsl the oillclnl chemist of the stomachs of Tht tlio dead has revealed the presence of which was declined, nnd O.C'.USO ten- inula wns hold were uncovered. . irsonlc llcymid this the iuvestigati in were Identified by Historian II. tl. dered. Tho building was tho old Ins not proceeded, but this fact is SiiKpeinlH, Tat'oiiia Hank double house of Jamca Sandllands, nnl rendered more Important by the eviTacovm, Wash,. I uly 21 ThoTuctv was erected prior to the lauding ol dence of druggist Ilenj.irnln Ltulwig. ma national bank, one of tho strongest William I'enn. In this building on De- that Maud McKllllhcn. u daughter, had in the northwest, suspended Monday cember 4, 1HS2, the llrst assembly of the tried to buy nrsenlc from him. Maud A was suspected of the murder, but not morning. This bank lias Wen assist- province of I'ennsylvnnia wns held etiougli evidence was developed nt the ing other banks lu tho city for the past tablet will Ihi elected commemorative beginning of the inqu st to hold her of the fact six months. To Klnmltie the ChUugo I'lllille tlilllillllg. Ileal ItH ih In l til. i iiiuitt). IliistimV Hank Tit IN. W.tni.soro.v, July 81 Supervising Nkiv' Voiik, Jul 24. Ills lilglines Con.skiisui.i r, (nd, July 25. The Vngatgl Singh, mahiirajah of Kapur-th.il- Architect O'dourko will leave this city ('ItixenV bank, owned by India, has reaehed this city . He on Friday next for Chicago, vvhe-- he States Treasurer Huston, failed to 's accompanied by ono of hi wive, the will carefully examine into the conipen it door Wednesday owing tc fourth in number, and qulto n dlstln dition of tho Ihlc.igo public huildinY tho stringency. Liabilities and assets gnlshed suite. The party consists of and make n final report nsto the safet not ct made known. Tho depositors Lieut. Col. Massey.of tliu Lnglhh army of the building. will, It bald, be paid in full Mlniu Ariz, datscli, revenue minister I hu llolil Iteserve Keiliireit. W'ashijiO-o.- , Danlct ltiim. private sccrctaiyi t'tipt July 81 -- The gold Has Not Culled. MaJ. Nuhnl e stood at S J l,5l',s I ) The dec-rise W'asiiinoion, July 21. Tho state- Miiular Slngli. aid l ment m.ido public Saturday that the lii'fh und Dr. Sadly Aly. Aftet re Is due to the fact that the treasury muliilng u few days at tho Wali'ori nro voluntarily using the gold to First National bank, of Vernon, Tex., hotel his highness will go on to the suy there w ill had failed proves to bo erroneous. The World's fair and then return via Wash- make payment, 'i First National bank of Uustoll, ICnu.. ington. New York and London to Kb le but llttlo further decrenso lu tha gold fund. ' Ims failed. uurth.ihi. W NICARAGUAN WAR. True Illll. roieul. vsiiisotov, July 21. Nnv, f x Ash-mead- -- 1 re-se- n e olll-cla- hy nearly thirty additional appointments. It is currently reported in Lexington thnt the Louisville .t Nnshvllle railroad Is negotiating for the purchase of the Kentucky Midland. It is nnnounced by Stale Superintendent of Public Instruction Thomp son that the per capita for school ehll drcn for the year ending June 30, lS'JI, would bo J2. SI. In some counties this is 111 vary slightly, where less than forty-fiv- e children compose n school district. The number of school children given In the cenfus returns of this year is nearly 7I2.10O At llrentsville. a smnll Negro settle ment three miles fnm Tnrls, the other nlL'ht, den (it nnt, colored, nttempted to get inn mule lie had a tin bucket in his Intnl. which scared tho animal, nnd tirant wns thrown on his head, breaking hib neck. Tor Ikk Umink, the slxtccn-yenr-olmurderer ot Tom Hand, was held over to tha. circuit court nt Owensborej-.-t . BonllTJf WHS a4tfcT J commerce. Our rival carries mosimTt Wn. II. T.ARVI.V, the oldest queen- us, drawing in return a rich tribute or ware nierc-nan-. in coviiigw.ni, mis un- in freight chnrges. Her foreign trndo signed. in porportion is four time greater than K II. T w.oit, Jifc, t Sox of Frank our. Under McKwlcylsm we should "ort on of tlie oldest and most exthus lag forever in the rear lint the tensive whisky distilling firms In this American people have determined to state mndo an assignment n few day recover the lost ground ngo 'lhey nre manufacturers of the With n reform of our tariff and a eIehrated"Ohl Tiilor," "Newmarket" breaking of McKinlev fetters, they will mil "J. S. Tit lor" brands of whisky, tnke up anew their mtl, besides operating the "Old Tny-lo- r' destiny. American enterprise, unburdistillery at Frankfort, were dened nnd untram'ni led except us publitri.-elInterested in the J. II lic necessities require will close the distillery nt Mt Sterling, gap nnd put into realitv the apprehenwhich, it is thought, is not nffected by sions expressed lv Mr (olslcn fifty the failure. Tlio ineiulvcra of the firm years ago. N. Y.iirld ne Hon. K. II Taylor, Jr., mil his two on, J. Sw igcrt and Kenner, all of CUTTING OFF THE PENSIONS. whom made personal assignments Urnnoniy Itrmlrrnl cre.ary by ICepiilt- following that of the firm. Several Mian Kitraiagauce. of the banks of this city me caught for In nccordance with order from the imall sums, but the largest creditorr pension bureau nt Washington 121 cer are said to lie whisky dealers in tificutcs held by pensioners whose t hlcigo, St. Louis, Milwaukee mid stipend nro paid at the Tittsburgh other large cities but whose names and ntrcner were can led The cr.nnd ......... ... .1 . . ,.. t.,,..n- n a.. I... 1.1 vluit nmounts will not yet be given tllll!. IUU Ul .IIUI '.) .IM.V- IV ,!,. nut There ls n belief, however, that to take up the cases hi an appeal not the liabilities of the firm nre not far to tho department of the iutcrlor but short of $100,000, which they were to the courts. amply able to meet had they been nblo There are eighteen pension agencies to realize upon good paper which they at which disbursements to the amount possession. had in their of 1 120,000,000 or SI 000 000 an-- made A lMAM-i- i of the Schvv einf urth heaven annually to pensioners numbering has been established In the heart of more than 070,000 I Ins was tho number at tho close nf the fiscal year of Ixington. Thk state nnd county nscssment, lbOl. It showed tin inereaso for th.it completed nt Lexington the other day, year of 1118,000. The total has been shows Mrs. 1). 1). dell to be tho largest steadily augmented If, after months property holder, she listing 351,0TS. of Inquiry, tho pension bureau finds no Joe Clark leads the men with 1180.000, more than 123 cases of undeservers at while the thinl on the list is ulso n Tittsburgh, nml that should be the throughout the I nited States, no woman, Mrs. F. d. Woodwanl, paying more than 2,200 pensions would be tax on 1140,470 worth of property. Docs nnvone who has obA tost officii has Wen established dropped. at Vera, tiraves county, and J.W Jnck-ho- served the ndoiinistiation of tho pension ofllco during the administration of appointed postmaster. President Harrison under Corporal I'nor. II. (I. White, for twenty years Tanner and under Ureen II Hiiutii n teacher of mathematics In tho Kenupon thousands tucky university, has resigned that po- doubt that thousands been piled upof undeservers li.no Trof. Luko Klliott will fill his sition. on the pension rolls0 Men ure con- p I tinned lercon as iuvnllii though no At Tnducnh County Judge llcth- - sign of physical tlecreptitude Ls visible. snares neurit me nrgumenis oi me pe- Widows who wcro not born at the closo titioners In tho local option fight the of the war sun Ive the old soldier other day. After a great deal of wrang- whom they married and have not made ling on Ixith sides tho judgo decided remarriage known to the depattment. the law unconstitutional, und the Thorough, searching investigation whole thing wns brought to nn end. would, no doubt, diop tens of thounoThe prohibitionists will await the sands of names from the pension rolls. tion by the court of nppcnls in Septem- The work of investigation I an net of ber, nnd If it declnres tho law invalid simple honest r, not alone to the they will then proceed under tho old of the nlted States, but parlaw. ticular! to these persons whose names As Monroe Haw Hns was crossing the nre on the pension roll because of their railroad trestle In the northern suburb undoubted ilesi-r- t Tho marvel I not of Hopklnsvllle, a train of cars cmno that XO. nam' s wcro dropped at the suddenly upon him. in trying toes-cap- o Tittsburgh ng' ney, but thnt the numho fell from the trestle upon a pile ber was not ten time that of rocka forty feet liclovv. Ills skull If courts w take jurisdiction of tho was crushed nnd a leg und arm broken subject matti r ond It is difficult to say by the fall. He hns since died. how thev .in tbey can tlo no more daughter of The-dor- e than make in inlry Into tho grounds Tiik second-storScliump walked out of a upon vvhtih the pension commissioner window In her sleep at South hns prikvedeil If the fact are as the Portsmouth, sustaining Injuries thnt agents of the bureau have found the are regarded fatal. case of the dropped pensioners will bo Sovih das ago fourteen-year-olLlla tif no avail i.rand nrmy post that exdrown stopped upon a rusty nxo nt ist for the purpose of succoring tholr Five days inter locked-jaTrlnceton. brethren perform a useful mission, but ensued nnd she died In nwfttl ngony. when thev oim- forth Indiscriminately Tiif. following fnurth-elns- s to shield unu.sirvertt, to struggle for were appointed a few dnys ago: the retention upon the pension roll of a stipend because Miss O. W. Hill, New Castle, Henry people who county, vice J. W. Fast, removed, nnd they lost tin ii It tlr during tlio war of Fronla Murphy, St Charles, Hopkins tho icbelliou r acquired com on -ounty, vice J. V. Mcl.vtey, removed. some of their tees, they discredit the ir aiiiltliu associates they Mil. W. II. Sikhpi.kv ha been elect-- name they y ' second lieutenant of company 11, had during tl"' f federal administration Fconomv The pluco was Statu (lunrds. made vacant by the promotion of hi has become in imperative necessity. Virothcr, Arthur (5. Shnrpley, tr tho One r, uson fm tho stringency of the times is the ex' uing cost or govern place of llist lieutenant. local Jot:ru tJciiAFf.n, one of a fishing par- ment isfederal stulof und resource Too tlie deimin.led of ty of five well known citizens of Louis- much nu- ville, wns di owned by the capsizing of the people In the uaino of state nnd Item. The largest tangle Item of ex- u row boat. one-eightg d -- - tbn intentions ana force of modern production and pays the best wage to ',ts skilled fabce will come out alieitd In such a conwtt Slngulnrly enough, this some alaihi was sounded more th in fifty years ago by no less a statesman than diehard Colslet then nn unknown Mnnchestcr manufacturer In nn anonymous pamphlet entitled "England, Ireland and We w'ero then a people of America 14,000.000, while the United Kingdom had 21.000 000, but our exports of domestic produce had reached 1100,000,000 as compared with their lfcO,000,000. MV. Cobden. comparing the commerce and shipping of tho two countries, said that "from these It clearly appears that America, In proportion to Its population. Is at this moment carrying on ns extensive a commerce ns Lnglnnd or any other state In tho world," and prophesied that In thirty years the two peoples would be equal In population and his own country threatened by the naval and commercial ascendancy of the United States. And for this latter fact the explanation Is on the surface. When Mr (obden wrote both nation vv errt struggling forward in tht bonds of tho restrictive policy protective tariffs and navigation laws, doth began almost simultaneously to unloose these bond, under the teaching of bitter experience Kngland went steadily forward, even to tho final goal of commercial freedom. We suffered a reaction, first from the Interruption of a civil war, and then, nnd lnrmoregrievously, from the fetters which the Morrills nnd McKInleys put upon us. Our merchant navy has so languished h of that little moro than what we send out or bring hack is carried in our mvn ships. Our foreign commerce uveragc but XII per head of population while that of the United Kingdom has swollen to fflOO per head. In other words, half a century ago, population compared, our foreign trade and our shipping had caught up with those of the greatest trading and people1 in tho world. The race was neck nnd neck, with every chance y of outstripninsr In ourfavor. tiWs To-djI lL.1 .C lilltV .IIU HllnnUUVIV1- triumphs. ..... I.... .. TAKING THEIR OWN DUST. llepabllcan Itrnpnti.lullltj Tor the rs.a( of the Fhermsn I.r,w. The reluctance of tho republicans to accept the credit for tho passago of the Sherman law U wholly ex post facto. In the- lalUot .18'J0 soino.otAhem.vv era alarmed lest tho democrats would it somo tlmo or other lay claim to a part of the credit It will be remembered that after the bill was passeil speculation in silver very active and the price wa run up to 11.21 per ounce, with possibly a For the few sas"at a higher figure. moment It appeared as if the prophecy of those who had predicted that the bill would bring the bullion value of silver to a parity with its coming value, or 11.2920, wns goini to be fulfilled. Accordingly, on September 10, 1800, the republicans of Indiana In their platform "pointed with pride" in the following expressive fashion: -be-cu- n iilt'lfZ., 'f "We cordially commend tbe action ot the re publicans In congress on the. subject ol Hirer coinage nt Cleveland, by messRei to congrn, strongly opposed all legislation favorable to silver coinage. nd tho law recently enacted was pa.sed In spile of persistent democratic opposition. Under Its beneficent Influences silver has rapidly approached the gold standard of value, (arm products are ad. vanclng in price and commerce ls feeling the It will add lmpulo ot increased prosperity more than 160,0010,001) annually of sound cur rency to tbe amount In circulation among th people, and la a long yet prudent step toward tree coinage." We do not find in this resolution any that the republicans of Mr. Harrison's state regarded tho Sherman act as necessary to head off frco coinage, but on the contrary that they regarded it a wise legislation and a long step toivani free coinage. Tlie Indiana republicans vxcre not foi iu.kll)g without some itm-- d A leading republican these assertions. evidence congressman, Mr. Conger, of Iowa, when he offered the conference report on the bill in the house, had spoken as follows: Bnger faS'Ki li that many of the members -I "This measure will bo Riven to the country, I am happy to say, bj republicans. It was agreed upon In confcreuit) by republican only It was only ny republican pi.-r- d in yonder roles, and I su.pect thit it nay p i here only by republican vote It will thcnFO niiero It will be signed bj a it publican prc'ldcnt. and from there It will go to the country, shlcli. In Notember neit, will gltesjch a republican Indorsement that many ot you gentlemen will not be found here to pas. upon the next silver measure that may come before congress. It Is. Mr Speaker, In line with republican luitrment -- &efiyiW! 0d 'ewllcan policy -- -- of tho house who then heard him would not bo member of thu next congress In thin ho proved himself a true prophet albeit ono of thoso who keep tho word of promise to tho ear only. Mr Conger &.JMKNMNML. JI5 i ft r Me-l!r.i- er man law would be so great that many democratic congressmen would fall of reelection. It turned out just the other way. It was the republican of whom so many failed to get back, nnd Mr. Conger wa one of them, though candor compels the admission that the sliver bill was not tho principal cause of their failure. This is by no mean all the evidenco avaiiableon this subject, Varloitsother republican conventions held in 1890 commended the Sherman act CaliforArizona complimented nia Indorsed coinage Idaho it but demanded free victory over tho called It "a splendid enemies of silver." Kansas called it r, step in tho right direction. Michigan indorsed it North Carolina returned the thank of the American pcoplo to congress for passing the bill and to Mr. Tennesset Harrison for signing It. congratulated the country in tho wist solution of the silver question. West Virginia congratulated congees on the passage of the bill. There were more of the same sort, but theso will sutllco until the republican organs do somo more denying on the subject Louisville Courier-Journa- l. meant that the popularity of tho Sher- l it I ?l J X POINTS AND OPINIONS. Ciov. McKlnlcy e is disposed to drop tho "red-dog- " n tux-paye- I I seven-year-ol- d y d post-maste- d Ken-9ick- N' Y World. Tho republican county conventions in Kansas nre declaring for McIt in Klnlcy for president in 1S90 clear that the Kansas republican, that the hair of the dog can cure tho bite. If Ingalls had not lieeti snatched baldhc.ndcd there might le hope for him. St Louis lJepubllc. The farmer who sells his "protected" wool, under tho highest protective tariff the country has ever known, and then purchase a few protected tin pan for his dairy, has learned more about tho beauties of protection than William McKlnley, Jr., will ever tell linn. Detroit Frco Tress. Among tho pensioner recently stricken from the rolls by Commissioner Lochren nre eleven men vv ho deserted from the urmy and nre reported by the of tho war department to be record still at large. And et It Is for urging that pensions be withheld from such men ns these that a (i. A It. post lias lieen expelled from tlio order. Louisville Courier-Journaltules will bo adopted by the Incoming house of representative to enable tho majority, after full opiiortu nlty for debate, - pass such measures as it deems desirable. Such rules will be ver different from those of the Reed congress, designed to stlllo nil debate, to deprive the political minority of all share In or know ledge of toiitem-platelegislation, and to enable tha speaker, with the cooperation of only a minority of the house, to pass such measures us he saw lit Albany Argus. President Cleveland, in his messagun extra session of cone-calling gress, truthfully says that "the present perilous condition ls largely the result of a financial policy which the executive branch of the government Hiulf embodied in unwise laws which must by In- - executed until livery wonl of this In true. Che responsibility must rest wnerc ii lielnnirs vvttli the rcpuuncan puny. Those renublli'.nns who are trying to shift the responsibility upon President Cleveland nre demagogues, pine and simple. -- Clevelnud Plain Dealer. try the old-tim- currency game and weeping act with the Ohio ram-raiser- be-lle- l. t- V , ,, - T& ,tf ".' 6 .J -J V ." " ' 2,,w. s iiMSaB SiaUsSsLl tiC . , l.l UM i .& ---- t'i 'mt ' K utfaivfam 9&U W!BBm & SgrfsS A. S. UOSKDALK COURIER. Artistic photographer, at Campbell's Old Stand. The S Cabinet rhotoV Lrtrr ' 3.1.0.) In per llinl !)). . V .... are wo.como.tl. vy.U , , GoodWork Guaranteed, J.NO. "ga J. 'V I'uil ninl lint ll niil. l ", ThiX , Jntr l', Ih'J.I rriiTiv r.tsrylMly tniorclfil In innn. HHWJ B) J) j SJ "V"r 1 4,J PJ 1 V wmiU lo kimw huwln' ty, ninl nry An interesting matter in connec- To ihr Mfi'"IT' ''"',r Cunmwtfa, XIl I Veil (1 J K 1, tell knit niucli nianer lil cblM ur l.i. .Ii. A dispatch from Washington to tion with thu close of the leglslu-- t BiJ J V Vuur iiflllmiu'r of the tteelfool 'f Ve .... nlll .lr.. umlfr iba .. n. trlio.l ... .. .... 0. .i... i "" ' . mu ut o is a recapitulation of tlio cost fc. tlio St. Louis Republic says: ConUl.inrt oi ..mi ,nr, U.ifori.iniifly. none of in bve copy f gressmen who were most interest' of it, and how these costs were IUr CMiim'Mloii work lylt.p lalKiirtl ,Wi ,rtll , iw, nlUmipl to johs wittimi.) isrc. eil in defeating the passage of the distributed and also of tlio work IIIjViiihii, Kentucky, aiiilUlfl.il No. U, nill ti w tli vrbuot Inn, U lo tit ii,....l frne.ly nk itonnl A cor.lii. in .lie lo. ila.n 0'unij, T.in, In l.k Force bill, its reported, may aid it has done. c...l ''fl" "' 'i.'rl lutfrvtfl tinr.i.i.i h.hi out ot the lun.l iinw The of ' S i. will l.p 1:1.1 fliiiifiiv Hiekmin, ira their Western colleagues in op- bouses regular pay rollper the two lieh. " Knir l lin.l. .p,.ro,r.i.l ,,,,,, larni,io,.cUi...y II on... nuiki.ii day to PI'WI the Government over to Clevenetted Jlu'l of Kentucky. Sub In ihp iieU 9'natt 4 J 1'4 y V. 1 II V W ett twl posing the unconditional repeal of olnoc.is mid employes mid i'tilll) future frlli of tlie Drn.iertlle land ami the , tr t ptt liner iiiii'io- ,,r k.cll(lll lor llil cuiiiHJ JA' .J ) Jrnl lo ibe nclion 4SIvB SI1 V Deuiocmts, rli r.o l mil. this slate ,,0. ,iv t0 members. The otricora nmni rim l'.ilrn Wfrnly ili''re Oil p'f'T; surplus in the Treasury, tlic times he .Sherman silver ll v I. miir. ((.it vry llsirtcl ni.l.t our lli'U ii rc "X C rCTl BB roil i iiu.n i v mriT.Ki i : m: - iinniekv. lititiiiosA coiilhh ;n e tie of ii flairs is represented to have. and employes were paid as follows: proi C.Miiiiii'"iin rixit'. nHr it tr..onul nmirli' veliuol, uml In nrJer lo Jo to rcl wiH speaker,.?!!! per th..: Oleik ble l.een liroughl about by cones.' o llie falloln ilrunuli ,i let In .lie CtiiiM.y iiiikI lr Ike per riiiiKi'lrration J A3 II. rUro.ved, biher deprcehtte.l, .tin 1(, We ar milliorlfol In nnnnilnr Clinlon Si, Wllllnii'i oM tnil. puplli., nlieiber ll imi Our M.iHo "Quick Stlri anJ HiimII Vt(Ht lirr'in ' for.h cipiti ol K.""' nil pondenco between Western silver !,1ln' 'V"1'1 "" ' SXl'VhKI'S (promt inmtiini n i banks failing. Doorkeeper mid Ser . I'elili '" "i'--' Hr,l ibm oIti lb .hen or not. 1'livn. If you liti lem lit ti cuiiil'Lle for SiiiTlnl.'iiclnt nf 11 IS sani mill III Hie ISS.I fntlyfnr iiinltnr. Ali nlmik. biKli w.r uml oterllum of upll. mulliply i tl liy 15 '..,.. .,1 A school boy cnu fieo iiml tel beiiaiors. force, cmmy, at the ficbuol far bill was before the riMini keeper, ;t..0; iiBsistnnt 'Jolt; mnl I"" time the imwjiIoii of llif rier Iroiu uml lil iim llin mount ilue yonrJi. N'o'pmlxT cli'Ciinn. the difference. If Jim li niure Ihnii ll pupil Senate tlio Western Silver Sena- porter. ?.'. mid elj;iil pages mid Mrnii.lt. ti ( mrii lilt pr.T lunlly bteome 1. I'.rm mi'ilrm;! 15 from il.e iinml'r von Iihtc. In' t lion l)ir, mnl lli.i in uTin On August 7th Iho new Dem- tors bolted their party caucus to messengers at &l per day each. t!loI)eill- n H.rn nmliiply M U.i by 4 n. uiiill.p.y GlIAIItMAK KlTM.KN.of li'.n htr ni U otci'Jjtii of l'.' aid their .Southern friends, and il. bo two li Senate President and President u lli !" remiliilrr OCMltll! Stlltl) OollllllltteO of lowu, ocratic Congress assemble., when ill oNervrr resisted to the bitter end all ef- pro tern , Olerk and Assistant l.ittriiiurfrenlonftci lo cliweljr .xiear.l lu i: pruili.oK luiliirr, mi thi (lid ill imt iitnl predicts Unit Gov. Horace Boies for the II rat liino in J12 cre, tlie rorts to "whip them Into line;" nu ml mc $10 per dav each; Door llii.ii.ir."i rllrcu llivl ihtiirr U.rrn h'iioiiiii ilue mm TI1I1 m iv not b bo. . for ro will lio iiomlmitcil Democrats will hnve ll..il it was I.K..iliili I linln e Hurls; ' clerk, Sergeant at arms mid Kn tlifKe p" mi informs lb lutely coirti'i, but ll tupiilly liTonilii u keeper, in vllllltjr or not.' whether he ri-p-l for bin of lue lillui'.l linn t hue niuiiirl "ilh the k . we Um united with those ot the solid I) em control of r.lllirnnchcs of tie rolling clerk 1?" each; eloak room J. II Susiii.KS, I'd iMipl. or Tin: question of whether ... not eminent. They havo n I'lflieult oeialio minority led by Senator keeper, $;l .(); assistant, 'J o(); por- ilrifi mnl mi m tllt-- lonti.if; rc tlml rrefi, luie t.i.illlply mil liii clomnK K.,ipi-i..tlio tight against the. ter, $2; six iniges mid messengers hi);, il ii ni i.ermaii tr ... V(,rk ,,L,foro uimi Wr ionium, that ,0 liimirmirr. Hut Wrn.lii-erril lemiirrj h.ne Ijrm lo't vis t ho World's Fair Is troubling! eoiuiuerry l un Hi 'ii' mm', ninl ernta ou c.i in lire Pur iwiit.fi out of chaos, prosperity froti Mini. force bill was successful; and that ut ?; each. il, VMnu.., miners. To outside much diplomacy was necessary to It will be seen that the employ, liluJrr.'l trout the Ar uf Sepir. titer o yoiirlf mi fiiuiily ut lni ml) Ixil reHARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SAODLERY, HARNESS, ETC. year Ufr. r people it Ih a matter of very small out wo have an abiding couCdence gather sutllcieut strength fioin tlio es alone have drawn close to Cjiiiii nl it n muck of V ur prinlonrri mlgn n reon fnr lniA from iiuiiuer l.'li i'iibrUlii' Co io, consequence, tint iliruii tinutiieago is that the genius ot IJpmcr.u Republicans to defeat the force during the session. The pay thl ml I'bnlrr (lofrriMiinil ln C K M A N , K Y. oarC L I N TON' ST K UT, llrmnly Ii ml nothing If not hoggish and wsitils' wi) ptovo c(ti:it to tlio sittntion, bill, and that obligations were con of members for 531 dn,snt $(it0 IMJI' nilIhilit SOlea it M'4.inppl l ii com lint ' lulu earn far Hik spiigs of the unl mid that in reasonable time pros. aenuciilly then incurred which per day aggregates S."I(JG..'1!)0, ntul I. nn .ml Ar.nniii In liuii'imi till tlio royal on 25 cruu ' by T. T. Swuyne, For rbotli nulri of ili titer trum Mnnptili . lo .Jtufu'tl. have siuco bcuclitleil the Kepub-Ue;u- i this, added to the sum paid to veise. ..i- pel it v will tigaiu bless Iho Auul. I. liTpir (rririiR. rvu iiiiii .L. luunrnruic Senators who aided the Dem,.,, ,,.., eniployos, tti.ikea total ..,- .. Cit)vr.u::a llotiu, of Texa, ocrats. TarifT, silver and all other of .flj.t,.'!9U paitl out in HiiltiriertHlfiiiiihK nkicb hi lo Tin: internal revenue collec-rim oir jinlgiag by tlio names lie lias given Tlio KqiiiilizttlioM I.""'. a Highest Markot Prlco will be Paid for Reef Cattle. in Kentucky for tho year ftjy questions were at the time rele- nioue. i no extra expenses ot a cnc tion ihee Irvfm, nil. hi-Mis is a humorist. children, gated to the background mid eve- printing and Incidental approprhi-tiou- l.irnct-- au liniurnte Jpnll l iniilrin ended .In tie .'III were nearly live , million doli.us larger than for the uldett daughter lie wills I inn, a The local press in vaiious ry energ.v was put forth by the will easily run the expenses main cluiii.rl nf tl ri r tbot Mriiiplil-good enougli nml tli name liy itself, river heO. U tilling up 1'iii Jr-- I previous llscnl 3 cur. nf the State Is attackine the Southern people to prevent the of the session up to $000,1)00. ll I. causeil, nt ppr!ienl, by bc but when the young lady hjjw, on',,rMeilt Pqaiizailoii law. passage of the force bill. lniC(liiliiii-aTitK negroes of Hopkiiiiville are of the ciirirm prtali'igbif Jtakwl to identify a strnnge coIt Is cited that by luwH,!,.. .,. Inw llowlll fnr 8 the best iiikoi of preparing to light the mi ncli bU Plantation Chill (Jure stops nhllts, . or '- KBB Stt UU C Tina Hogg, tbo eficet i startling. Republican Seua- Rtons 'em quick, mid they never runniux ibrtuiKli iluiberr is one question incidence the of the sepanite coach lav and nuJ wjmii, mil ob.lruaid bf lb The second daughter Ts Uni Il'iirtr, that can be passed , lIolit Mieve tors iroin tlio esi who ueipe.i to c0l0 b.,ck ,f . it - mid have engaged the icrvicc while the boy is Moore Hogg. The mid whether the principal upon ilele.it tne loreo tun are now I te t trv Uj ,f u ,,0,t 8l0, .em nsk rineil teien below Mmphl, nnilfpi-cl!- lrll Ii lirnr whit id L now 11. Il. Vh t Knott as attorney. of uuimiiiiiiiK inc for .your inone.v back you'll ;;et it. i;ofh liuring th er. l.jl mnl Governor evidently lives up tiij which equalization laws are found 1iMi.11 iiiii-- i as I.. R. MoMKoltr, etlitnr of is quite another ques- use of silver .... money, and. are Ri:v. mtbln it ill.Uiic of II inilei. below New the old saving, "The whole hog or I'd is correct .. k.....i. ... e .nave not cx.uniiiod tlio .. ..,. .. ... -nil riiiiiii.-ri- i .. . Sold by 11111111 nmi:i- Price f.Oe. oh.iriienon. by tion. none. mc lansje. ,."- them to prevent nc- t'owgill & l"!owglll, llickui.ui, Ki Malrll, tbrce male it tliicfou bir nJ (ho Heralll mill Plesb.Vtcr, says for ha tjotl rellglOUN newspapers of ', "nw ' , 'rce, nt.d are there-j,o- .tors to help rJiiio " ifcMiion i.J rriici.j ctoreil fur "' ,U nn.u.lrv now nronose to iolll ll.UUOII.l.t.l.V. - J. 0. no.MlRIt ANT. IS I. AI.KXAMi:i:. J A. " T. T. Swayne, wll,cJ ,,av l)eiove wm ,,rovo. TUB barbarous cruelties prac K. CASi; JiiJ rger hnn In ibe till of the yer " (J. U. IIASI'I.K, J N. UCAUi.Kd.Jr. (Jore Rro's., Caice, ly. ticetl by the mob which hanged a foie not piepmetl lo say that It Is to bo n calamity to the business hands and boom the World's Fair." C'leyrur Com.nli.ion 10 poinlit oppomi A. 12. llrevuril, Jordan, Ivy. negro nt Memphis Saturday nijiht, jn.f.L't in its details but wo have interests of their StatcR. ASontli-- ' - rarn Tipttiu? Hie. llrnU'f ii.l oihrr Tint in the result of the Sunday afterward mutilating mid burning no doubt that a good equalization eru Senator, friendly to silver, n n. wbr ih rjter ii i'l, tli eliu-ir- l closing. I he Hurlh. U'antvtl ill ilefiutil, mi. J the orrrllfwi cjiii tlio body, have aroused the an- hiw is u necessary imd altogether said to day that he felt like going II. IIUCIIAN'AN. Tr. I.l,nl. i. 3 I' IIONIiflllNT, Vlfr.rrn.nl; It. UAI.CX that before lb in ucb rpii AMU'.tt. f'bir. J X 111. t I int. Jr A..iilmit Celil.r. thorities to mi effort to punish the proper patt of any system for the to Ihc aid or Ids Plantation Chill Curo Is guirau-teed- . nier cm hy low water, open nnnthfr ofllcinls who permitted the cap- - collection of taxes. It is natural from tho West on the principle1 Tho President, If it don't cure go and gel anil Jdwi.l. fill tnreof the jail, the policemen w ho, tlllt j counties in which the val- - that "one good turn deserves an and Directors of the Roard nt rhmnifl. Wminllirr tint a cunfinemfnt of your money bunk Ak lour nier. bellne witnessed tho burning mid tlio tus for taxing purposes are taiseil other." Ry so doing, bo added, Trade entertained Friday last the ' ii,iT wlmiit about It. PlleclUc. Sold by , ,." ViV:'. UJ.' . v,. u j, . r .... .1 men who composed tho mob. The ,y a state Romd of Fqualization ' he could icjiay an obligation that gentleman who has been uegotia II,. .w.i ting with our citizens for the e ly to ibe ulBclrtit raliime auJ CowgilKv Oowgill, Hickman. I"y sheriff has been suspended, and there shoultl be an outcry against both he and his friends felt was Jiaju'.-v- i ruti.n or tiii: i i.i.i.imi n:i lue'eir ibo ob'irucHioii T. T. Swnyne. bench warrants lime been issued the assumed injustice of the law, due to those who aided todefe.it tublisment nf an excelsior factor current Vour 'Jml inuiiurr wool I cm 'b au at New Madiid. Tho Record man leuiion of tie I'nui mission un9il.tr for members of the mob. llireo nml it is etiuallv natural that it tbo "cursed force bill." ia f,i,- (lore Rro's., Oayee Ky. ICr. interviewed the ofllcials of the Mhitl iiib,ic A. E. Rrevard. .Ionian. B arrests havo been made. should meet with finoriu conntni.iy iltriirj (ram Hoard and learned from thotr lo miJ npnropriilcJ for cil!o par- tieswhere values are lowered. my poor back I What pain gentlcmcu Oh, Kx President Harrison, who. AH 1 M'.vi sl that the factory man poe aboii J .nl ouehl 10 b Ualy Jli lKll signed tho Sherman Act, which, vuieie uoiiniy .sessorn u. No e.xoiiso for it Plantation vs; triUi.irl that purpjio (or I1 Tbo "Tmn.i Week ' M liiuia ftrpubllo almost anted tho earth and countrv is now clamor- - values for State taxation there is Porui Plaster with capsicum U f ir la, beyon ids rner n)iarion. ti miy thereof for liW plntit, Iruriil unl 10 strong tendency to fix them low, will cure it. Sold and guaranteed ing to rei.eal, say's that net is not which of course the Roard con it puipo.e fur nliieh Ibe ppruprUnoni: ntkly (itpee pibllibeJ in mrrio. lit. h at"j1 V4 II n ?i-- ...jiJ wcri Diti tr'liy. Lirs Ijiiln ar.l .1 n .ioiieto Silnine for tho hard tirr.os, H" ihat se.i.-l- pariienlur eonnly will satisfactory by not seo its way clear to cive. T10 .. ..,!! ., lll...n 111.1, M..h., r . .'...cict . a. -- VfXVATiT VrTCRJ M" V 3 lime 01 tne ounien or ,. . . ...... . but that the fetr tho people ... . .. . .. .lull i '..!. .!.r . n util.t.iali.l llnni.. nfl.trjiil In mi-$ -ncm' "....... l. OWgllliX "UOwgHI, lllCKfllfllli IV V ir.(Tianrui ni iivrn muc lur t. - n(i ol ID. JJ .null "'" "" " 'SBEaekL-- 9 have as to the Democrats tamper-- ' suppoiting the State Government ' " site of two or more acres to Which pbn, llickmu, Nw VUlri.l, anil other lur, noJ oiueh wore full ibo k B) T. T. Swavne, 2S5?.'yt;-.---i3ra--eJ moro to do to hear as possible. Without some Ing the tariff, hits a r"nu, iiiiioibr larj .nippm piow weekly. ,i u.t um. mm, n i.i"mi the railroul coiiiiany woubl put (loro Rro's. Cayce Ky. ml n Prtlir kuan ",r.nil lira ..7 with it. Last November the peo- - supervisory power exercised by " : " ntm. . r swi eh, winch, uu things consiiier liiac wilhlliniar koowte -lit liiti A. H lirevnril .lordiin ICr . nan , . our m...i Mnl.n pie by an immense electoral and the Slate Government there will bn maile .i,m,.i ti V..L ih.inl neuM. b real in it inn nun , u.i, for Tfn0f., KHorli are noi beroftbe Uiuilr, popuiar mnjoiity instructed the bo gross inequality in the proposition. Rut tho factory ma i hing mi mnl wiih pmipici of smiererr tiouibU ll ii to "tamper" nith this "'in of the expenses of govern-tariff- , bouiroi 01 intoioiate waiei. wonl(l nor. iro... Xe mi.im.i uw,, Vki.ki.t I'ai'Ch. furlH'l to uierHHT n0 Wauted tho rii. to bum lrno by different counties, and also to repeal the baolc uf tlie lifer cennretlrj f4r Oxk lluinu ru Yr.m Hie imiv "'"I S,)00 of the L'."i.OO!) Stoe.i on IboIhe lower M !.... r.,ri,iir ll Im Sherman law and they are going relative to their wealth. Some An txir mpy lee i,w neiLltci. In lie ""b our country ma buli, if iiun, w -i citizens Ti. Ilia liioc!ir.n n.illln,r M.n ovlr,. takCIl by tllO sessors will endeavor to do their atilt wore Jepliirobey the people. for one Jiir, to ibe pu.lr or nt presence of the fact that NfW all puplli, unlti wa cm lute ail on lb , ?. ich club of fJiir SK'V Tetf' ..... uicit: Mndrltl nossessed n fine iijcii.i in uiiij its 1:111 iy nun iioiiesi.y as posTilK increased attendance at sible. Others will strive to favor ocaniuii vi vuuicoa, tblnk will, four Jol'iri VVrli bank mnl for tills tniin niplo for fr Jll!l U. Oil (.11.1, ). Ii,.. i 8iiDerior facilities in every e liuM hie Iho World's Fair demonstrates their own counties, and tho more mini niiviseij me repeal oi "unwise ci..lieraiion m yor Mpl.M ami rU a luh. .Jru fiir CIUS. lilLlZlt, I tr Kiicli mi eiilpriiiimn. Din lunili. .. (lie wisdom of reducing tho rail- unscrupulous win lUriBi.ir St I,iiiii.. via. -n . .i.t.-.- .. obtain mi uu legislation,' from whiobthe coun- wiiv fnrui.ido 110 .1... t)r. ,.nr iri..lluvrk .....I........ lull il.lrr .lur further nrotienl road rates from various points to just advantage over their neigh try is suffering. There is certain- Roard tart iKhli wairr Id llrura uf tion nud tho gentleman returned How la itiri offrom lit. MUilwlppI oir tho WUito. City. During the pres Jtnrs. p - ly n human nature- Is congriwidel ofllda unwise leg- to Illckinao, Ky., wl.ero be will aii.l runaoirrlli lu ltulbiHcrn lliek cut stiiugeucjv In Aufxioue Inevitable llOnCCl aliiWnT,OlllWfnnnT.r... nf ll fr...n hliowti(t the con Jill on of Madrid man, Ky , ami fa'att.l Nn. 10, filling up locate. New market people me loath to leave the necesiity for a State Rn.ir.I of wiloli the ncoiilo alone tlie course' ,. lUelfool Lak. i lien bur.'iuj oier Ita home unless the inducement of JMiiiiiiizaiion. 'litis necessity mi titnk rjn wlili ii rapiil rai to ibr low rates is offered them. It is always present and oach sucees-- ' of Intorstato rivers aro sufferinc m uu mrr R'lii iriroyln Urg ier Ja your lire worth oO cents I of Hickman, Ky. surely moro prolitahlo for the siveassessinent made by the conn H0Verey ,8 tllut vMeh Hll,ro, i of ate8. for useless purposes , money! .. ... Ague; .Congestive nana for rulti vatrd lan.li an.l irtiilenn; ib It Ihr Cloae f lliiali.raa J.iur 30, 'tf.1. Chill; .... v carry hundreds of li- ..nt ' railroads to . - . . uufii . eulnrttlon each yrar 'I'll if nun rami rna rnli.inn ." .. " '" illiicnth. Ths Is tlio evolu- - water "bub run Into Hcrlfoot Lak iteople at reduced rates t hint to the" burdens of governinentare to ,iver ougiu 10 no .nropnuieu ror improvement. sensa- njur, a portion of pnlion eounly, Ky , HUdOLMiria. tiou of that uir.laiial chilly send out trains empty whi'e be distributnd according to wealth, This year and last year, ns In tion. Stop it in time. Plantation nearly all of l.tk county anil orllnn I.oana ml illCUOa, We otTcr the most Liberal Acconiinodntious lot r,n ot Solicits your business. tickets hang in the rack between the different counties. uf Ibe fr.nl laiiili of OMon inl Djrir llollJa, every other year that was not ex- Chill Curo will do it, or it will cost OrWO.OO unpurchased. A greater reduc-- i to our Cnstotners Consistent with I'slubllshed couunr., Trtin , an I acoorilins to Ibr best He .1 ltatf. Furniture ant Klx. 3,eoo 00 goos without saying that a1 ceptional, people along the MissisIt lianking 1'imclplcs. tiou in the cost of transportation law creating such a board should1 sippi river in you nothing. Sold by eiinniiF ihr n ni wr of a:rt ""lilcli woubl Kipni ami ti 733 0,'. pilj, Missouri, Illinois. a lvt from Rlcknun lo will undoubtedly increase tho be based upon eqnitnblc princi- Arkansas, 8,674 trt "Uowglll KCnwglll, Hickman, Ky be rrlnmrl by wmibl be about 'JliO.IHXI Due from oilier bank, Tennessee nud other .No Ulan J r iiyiiH. railroad receipts without moro ples, and should be fairly adminCaih on Inn J, T. T. Swayne, States have been damaged to the aerei, winch we tblnk nouU be luiml XJ 1 l-- J U nominally Increasing expense. U 4 istered. Goro Rro's., Cayce. Ky. entirely rrdrnue extent of hundreds of millions by Tolnl, 1.0,-sc hai.TZKK. It. T. TYI.r.l.', .1. W. l'OW , It. I. IlKKV Alii) Your prui lonrr, tbrrfor, rpelfllly It is certainly possible tlmt the water it is the duty of the United A. 13. Rrevard, Jordan, Ky. IX the Midway Plairnnee at the priy thai piini. pltjed b fore you CapPal flock LUtllMTIKd. A. A. TAUIS. W. A SIIICK, J. W. lOWCllU.. World's Fair a little Sumlwich present law is not perffbt, and it States to control. 40 000 00 pibl ur, be rripri-iill on i,reil, inelmlins the ... ,..l-,-. r ,..,.... to 111: nimit:i ai.ivi:. .................... rtroiit tinillnq nf ifiiiil nf nvnunil. Island baby makes its home. Tho Ib nlcA tirwaitilnu llint it in lint lliir. O.OOO IX) iiuproteiurni of mi'i tilun anJ re linp- - .Surplin, Ui.illTiiJct prnflN, 0,niWaS eliutieeil fectly administered, and there may i,.,, rpiillitv in nilter ilnv thU Miiine Mismnri. -minM. la ltlir toctlir , was lion ol lau iml takn it b pna.lbl to or It nll.ir l.an.w aitiil liPftLairat I. . "" Sevmour, tho 4 7'Jii 70 lo a.i.v w.aatv-leEiiiuiuio cause u. imoii Arkansas and other States are iliit ii srpirairly. to toddle away from its grass-,"day, 011 anyi lilng Inr our help In butt Imi, or re lltdii IJll.it Jepotlli, cu.sas (A ' ' covered abode, and. like children growing out of either of these rendered almost valueless by the in' Toledo Ohio, the other . 1. (oiiiitiati.ii Hi bull. Imp of lb lefre to often do, began to cry. That one, 'ncti, but few wll deny that the, fact llmt I0 monov wi.id. onplit ''' W" ' A 11 Tolnl, VifiiK m Irinciple upon which it is founded to bo spent in levees Is flittered "oi,,t; t0 "J ' ""i1! , do ao, anil ihitt your Ooniiiibxiun alao lak touch of nature which makes neiion on u roml'lrr ih report of ri.l I, W. C. Jobnaon, Ca.Mer of lb abor ,I,H '"1 that n wiBo equnli.ii- away ?S,,,i 1.1, whole world kin aroused within i? extravagance and suhsi- '"! mliMti.ni in w,Iq un ler act of I onitrr.a, n auicd iMuk, do aoleiiinty mi (hit ibe May ?' " ie.l"l.I,J,IV?: IS'JI tbe of winch mi ,lles The water which drives so, ho ?aJ of a mother's breast a desire to tion law well ad.i.it.istere.l is Irno for any period by swallowing itiii. VII, rriiortjour petitioner Kill ever nbo'e Hiirintni brllef lo Ibr bett my knowlc-J- e ml ami sootho the innocent, and gently public necessity. Lexington Tran many thousands of our people tion tongues mid controlling tlio pray, tic V. 0. JOHNSON, Oa. III. r. "Donlor in from their homes along tho Miss- their taking it in her arum siio impress- script, . Siiberihl and aworn lo ts.fore tne ibis ined upon tho issippi; which destroys their crops, heart nml mind.lias gone ahead," "My coffin Have you tried I'lantatlon Liver 20th d.r of Jnn. ISU! ai.i.owko nir.ru:. drowns their cattlo and often reWINl'.B DHLT.S, fant a soft mid tender kiss, but mujkoi.s A W I.I.NU.SVY, Notary Public. said Mr. Seymour. It is a fao Pills for habitual constipation business-likthe father was not town in the duces them from prosperity to. simile of the one in which Gen. They are perfectly delightful and mi:uicini:s, Correct A'teat: There is at least 0110 faraway, nor was lie slow to take penury, is Interstate water that 0. II lUtTKI. ) United States where no negroes is is, it falls outside of the State in Grant's remains now rest, and a sure cure. I'rico L'So. Sold by hkv, ndviiutngo of the nppmtunity It II llit.vvai), Direclora Q U O H 8 is made in 'Tena sens, vela nizo kizz, dree allowed to reside, nml that place in which it does the dainnge. The cost $3000.onoIt fitting insidethree """CotTgirriS Cowgill, Hickman, Ivy Jan. W. I'liwuiLI 'J FANCY UOOliS the sections, " T. T. Swnyiio. far quardaw," and the lad faint- not in the south, either. Its name water which drives the Missouri rou other. I will bo buried G feet (lore Itro's., Cayce, Ky. ed. Illinois i ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. It SLNDHir.8, Sandoval, anil it is in the State or mo from farmer to the bluffs may deep in the coffin. Signals will bo A. Ii. Brevard, Jordan, Ky. tho Rocky Mountains.' MEDIOAL The New York World is ont of Illinois. Its laws on the subject co things do not TAINTS, ic3:nL'c,i:i Tho water which floods Arkansas arranged I so that if witli a largo number of dispatches is not written in the statues of may come from both tho Allegha- go right can communicate with The Louisville USK. Post says: OILS, from governors and senators of 'Ki cine () i.mi i in; the soldiers on tho outsido who "Tlio ocniilng of tlio bicycle will do that uies ami the Rookies. southern mid western states rela- course no court would allow all will guard the grave. Directly much for good roads." It is not the SPECIALTY. Cleat ly it is tho duty of tho Fetl tive to tlie financial situation. but it is a very positive law after am burled crop of barloy 1.. Tlik.. v ery few of Ihnso interviewed same, anil it is eniorceu i" the oral Government to control this will be sown over the gra.ve. I exactly conceived how the road rrinrii at li"w n .air fr.ui full.it .ah lit,, ann ali.l ii.laua ll'i f r Hi. riui.t lit In, lu.l.r .'."1 t" rrturn favor the unconditional repeal of! court ot .Judge hynch. A uw clays immeiise volume of water, which, will remain buried till the germs is to lie Improved. The man who il.ll Ulllll ll.l ItrluriHU-1NJJ Dial tl.a Crullal is loo la. to walk, certainly wont until I.lli- - "iiljr there, falling in so many different States, the Sherman law and the demand ago, labor being very scarce sprout, grow, ripen and aro har- work on tho road, mid tho ono lUill. is for free coiunge or the increased1 a contractor employed u couple ol pours wuu ciimuiaiivo rorco uotvi vested. Thou the disinterment ii tu, novo i'iiom riir:Noirn nse ot stiver, dov. inimau, ol of neem cat neuters, who were nass- - the river, until tho State nearest will take place. I won't come who cultivates hlcj cling us a flue hirt tralua riitrrl'lnca wltliuil r Jr. . . . . tlie mouth aro in perpetual danger back to earth until September IH. art, or matter of pleasure, has too tuur lu rull flaar In South Carolina, saya ;uiii inir t .roue ...1 10 nace. aim asice. b ..' Im vlnrr Immonse areas of their money to walk. Tho far.t ..... ....:.!..,. r ...... III! 1. .....1 ...n much standard would "double the val for x job. Minrt y niter tnev went iif , p .1,. , BUILDINGS Lllll EXPOSITION l.lll. IHC .. elinctlbyndeliige, ,.' IWOIt.U i .. a. lirn ..waw.a.. mer as u rule has a clisliko for a ue of gold mid tho number of tu work a mob Kieiil a Hiniil Slock f Ih very licit trnV.fi n aa.u. lin .. . w lnnn . I. of seventy men ..,- ,.VIIIIJ al .t. iioi nilWIItliiu a lid mk kbioyclist, becnuso he ('lightens i 1110 letiiMiii paupers and slaves." Senators aenibled of all ilnila ol ,,,. uiuui.i.) ui n.iM.a-Bnlfini- l mn ...N, "fc to tho house, and, going " "" horses and Ores at dogs, uml ho eiinent to lveoi within bouudft. ...W Dubois mid Power, nf Idaho and Stop.s Montana, declare that the Sher- demanded to know what they were No single State is under obligaHARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &t. Headlight is not likely to improve tho road r.l0 'I'iiitoitvillo to increase the tiilio of what ho AT IH2 WORLD'S FAIIt SATE,. man law cannot bo repealed. A doing there. The contractor ex- tion to attempt a control of the Yesterday quite a number titled are o(Trct tt UNK IT. I OK, an J il.al ll number of others denounced plained the ca-- and after a good .Mississippi Hirer. It is tho duty 0r 0lir hind owners met mid for "ousideis pests. Iho great point fW .til'. X.ilr Huli.in ll.u.r IMalaanr strongly what they are pleased to deal of trouble persuaded the mob of all the States, becauso the1 tuulatetl a plan for building a ;o lio tried is whether tho reltorrcrr lual Ibe mnrUrl Jmllflri. Fr furlliir 4rt ur; ti kiln, It , mil LhLr term the ugold bus consp'iaci" to allow the n groes to continue wntcr in the river belongs to all levee from Hickman to Lako Co. itctl complaints of bicyclists, beII dl if lliiiiil , ..llr in IUn,v,n.-rind tho "crime of IS7.'i," Altogeth there with the distinct understand- - the States mid It is deiived from IiIl'IiIiiiiiI. Messrs. J. C. Harris, eaiise loans aro noi Kepi l. or.ier tilin.a k ;,M,.t., All (covin gnaranleeil to be rpreenlil er the sentiment Is very strongly iW that tliev bhnnld leave the (own sources so various that un one L. nonablsoii mid J. W. Tipton for their ple.isuro,lll mail ihi rk, in favor of 'the dollar of tho dads' ,., s00 as ti,l0 10USO completed, Stato could possibly control it. wero elected executive commit "dug. iho bicyclist wont Levees built by ono Stnto ns by tee. A -- ..i.i..t..Pt. ...... triimtim. .r io larmor noes uni isn io, mo Mississippi Valley Route; and tends to further muddle tlioi Lonlsann, only serve to increase vexutious fltiaiiui.il tiuestluii. mmi in jail can't get out, mid the exwas made (Nw. ,tt Nana tt lla.!.., alio; Co) JrsTin: Hnow.v, of tho United tho danger of Hood in all distilcts $140.00 of committee toin defray the sinking fund uoinmissiotiurs wont laying pensos A coitnKsi'ONiiE.vr of the Kan- States supreme has ren- above tlioni which havo no court, mutter before proper authorities. let thu convicts do it. i.outsvii.i.i:, sas City Star writing from the dered a deuision of great imiior-tanc- o levee protection. KVAKSVH.I.B, from Jefferson A dispatch World's Fair compares the Misto both railroads and snipUnless this work is undertaken C'lillclren like to niltr ?. i'.V. CINCINNATI, souri and Kentucky buildings and pers. It declares absolutely ngainst systematic. illy by tho Federal City, Mo., sajH that Gov. Stone, Oerluln ClillS 'nrc," Hie plena-mi- l & t I.l. I'UIMTI mid fc'iiiiiiintecil cure for severely criticising tho former. all rebates and discrimination what- Uoveimont; unless tho money shortly after tho mob had exeiwiiv Riinniiilet'eil lie tlin roiinlitieiin cuted Seay Miller, tho rapist, at Fever, ."SO Aitc! mid .tltiliuiu, Ho described the beauties of the soever. um. r.a: :h3 legislation Is applied to guarding Uurdwell, wroto to the nut hotities I'rico by cl. HoiiovrnK, Drugt'i't. Kentucky house nml s.ivs thero in U. DISALEIaH IN For ixle Whim: the people of the west the properly of tho nnnplo along"' Sikeston.Mo., where tine negro an air of comfort and rest about it. MI.MIMIIB. are deiiiaiidinirthe coiiine-- of mote tho river, Missouri, Illinois mid was arrested, nud asked if Miller ilo thinks the Missouri buildinir, VICKSIIUUO, Mil. 0. I. Hu.NTlNCJioN admits , left tho state voluntarily, or if lie o NT.'.VOItl.UANS, which cost S 10,000, is ..ol e,,uuHvu, no uniie ,;m,.,,sui,. ye.ts-toth- all the river States will be tho wits taken by fnrco without the that ho is negotiating for the sale poorer by millions, and hundreds ASli alL I'DlllH i'".o Keiituokv building, which !!r' l r0CL',V0 s compel led formality of u requisition, (u his of tho Newport N'ews mid Missis of improved nf thousands 0 e(ll.Vyr :n : b1C'"t' land, the mostof notes in tho coun- letter, it is said, tho governor sippi Valley line, that tho deal) 2(1.000, and cites thru tho .Mis- - J"" ,(.' 14 ib fertilo l t u hand progressed far enough souri commissioners had over two sharply Intimated that tho Sikm lias not try, will have lo bo abaiiilouotl. can no careu loi public. Tho, years while the Kentucky Coniniis-sioneThe peoplo who havo everything ton oltlcers it it i noon remiss in, to make tho details ULSSLTUEJJSXTm ESLT2". Tin: Smith ('.uolini State liquor at stuko in sooiiriug justice have their duties. Tho governor's let Indianapolis Journal sais it is ST. I.OUIS, had but three months to CA1I10, evident tlio Vmideibllt interests urrangu tlieir plans. "With its law has been dccl.tri'i iinconstitii- - inaugurated a movement for an ter was answered by tho CIIIU AGO VTearaoflcrlDjillitr-iilranirialh- , rednfd prlrei. TTa attorney, who aftor giving n ro after the load. 1'iesident MiHiiraati1 I'm Pumtlur lie t lull .1 liV .ll L'e Hudson, of the adequate system of lovoo protec- 100,000," AM) 1,1. iippropr.tition of i) NTS u ilinomf Chnlra. flookorH, Tnblos, dtironuB, WnRhainndn, "no earry governor coiisiiicratno sunn, ItiLrnlls.it says, has fully detersays, "Kentucky has built and fur- State, ami tin vv hiaki v innn in tlie. lion moil" uio enure course oi uie tho iruaranir ;..nf new lino cl Wnrdrohon, Chnnihor Sntu, MnttroHHOo, OorliiKH, Eto , t'i V wound up his communication with mined toi build a1.1111 llllllllllfrom iST o v 1 l I r...ti. nished a house twenty times more laiiiieiio l. alia oi.tic are jubilant, ri.lno rivor. It Is a movement that price' to b' Iho lown. liiv in a tnul nml m .nininr-,!- . i lu UU to suceeil that must suc- tho iisseition: "Tho mon of Mis Aliroril Hi litiiim. in". Ki'i'iU i". Connrctlnj; nt Mrmphln will, throtiIi.1 Untlort.ikorii' Qoacls anil rtlicount all inviting than Missouri, ut nearly main point upon widen the Judge ought since, lllg Four ludupeu. lino ut woounn una :.u uiuu nur.ai iua.a. its failuro would imply souil will always be proud of an eutraiico to tho ami Mississippi, Uu. wo rurry n trina to nil pnluti in - ceed, the cost. It hasotensive decided the law tu be imcoiisititudont of tho Ohio tJT'ItCialriD.- and Job Work a l' clu.lt. Indecent duiilal of common jus- opporiuutiy io lunuer in u AIIKVN9A.S AND TKXA3 uml tiuty exhibits in nearly all do-- 1 tioual is that the State takes u bus au tho flonds that nro Ken. A lino to tho south such as tlio tice. ttteky's." That attorney is uu all Newport News woubl be vory val- Ualee, Tlckeli, ntul nil Inform nlion will ba jvirtments, and with a smaller ap- -' mess irom the niilividn.il and "StTOTTR than ours has nttraete.l Jates a monopoly in it for itsself; very few Americans around good one, nml if ho ever uable, and It Ih roasonablo to sup. furulnlieil on npplioilliiti in your ncur- V70THS. TiimiE nro cat ticket ,ijiil. This' that prohibitory law- - aro unconsti-vvrit- in Shun, mid the United States gots out of a job in Mlssnurtall lie poso the Big Four will secure It, live times tlie attention." T. II. I.VNCII, deal may not bo I.. P. DAY, , needs to do Is to como over iu if possible. The tulional, but that the Evans law is commercial relations urn insignlll-cantmust ho an Trafflo .M'ir. Aan'l (Jen I'am. As' so that this country will not Kentucky nud ask for what ho completed for somo timo, but it who is over loyal to his native not such it law, but, on the contrary, l.OL'iaVIU.U, KY. ie pretty certluti to follow. wauls, (Intct fere iu tho ptcbout quarrel. lib a law fur k.uh in pro lit. ttatv. In Miircli, lS8i, Mr. Qlovol.tnd turned over tlio Govcrnnifiit to ninl the Kepnl'lican., : : jrr.v 23, issm. Ilnnison FtllDAY, with more limn one hundred ml run Tin: sriir. m:vii:. lion dollars surplus in the Trcas-i- i ry ninl the times proppcr""?Wr af nttthorlidl to annim Mr R T TVI.KK " ti rpr-"n- l In March, ISM. Harrison nirn-n- l Or eniinll, 1'nllon vul II OK MAN, KY., I - TttE MGKMAN Micro nor. MUCH e txn i uiirt: in 1. 1.. i hi: i.i:hhi.v ri'iti:. VVIini II VI frill" lllrhiinui M 10. School .Honey. I ' SAMSli YVHTINa, IHirallnii ol IJrilllinln ITml ninj ill II I litiiri' In Const! i" jjj 1 it-- bJ) im& j l.M-r- f.. I I ' ! ! ... I , 'r m- I I ' l!om-m- ..... I "' bc rx 64!l IJl'l B.4 3Lm Billl4r f P" JJ.1, LCas idl si.i-ni- ir fcirlv-l'n- c I 7- - lH-.'- I i I 1 i l !! I I - I elec-tln- n l I bl B SiiQW, kvl nr a? - r 11 ' ,, t I I r Staple and 1 Faac-- y Cfroceiwi?, 1 1 1 Hi-- i I I - mli-- ivi-r- ?S7,-00- 0 - niil-i- - I I . . , I !. s - ,, ! iih 1...-,- -.. .'. , sec-tinii- rin Whoth-Ih-111- 2 iuiuikiis' -- ii) wmm national bank, C-- I' 111 " - I tv-11- 9 11 v. 111 C A P 1TAL J- STOCK $50,000. TIIO-Ml'lO- ', - - ' '" . - n u. itt DIRECTORS. OFFIOBRS ' I fellow-Senator- s uert-mio- Vice-Preside- oii-rtl- 11 1. 1 ,.:"',." r, HICKMAN WACiON CO., fMS$?J. 3 I - 111 u- ! I Anti-Pai- n s ' the-who- lo I r i l ci-- it .m-- 1 -- kff ...... I mw " . I i gJZ&ZZZ -- propor-Democrat- s , iii ! I I ,,,, - AnW "- at i 1 1 ""' k0 ac., : as-t- A fl iib-'-- .rr - HlOlCMAlf WAGON, ITrCvAfAX. KMNTUCKV. I C e . .,i fr, ri .1 - I - - - , I ""i - ... 1 r.r I Mi.a-ixip- STATEMENT Iltckuiwia I3aalv. IGEMAH W&& '' - h.if-itfn- ":" .- . 11 ... r i),, high-price- d Kia(..illiwycil I MM. P.iitl L Capital $40,000.00. O HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. .1 D ' 11 I I I I w, T HI-I-- 'ln-.- r .'- ..-- -.- - - ? j8t '.. f I -- - a iitliid-rea.ler- ' II at ... f - - 11 Si "',.,', "?.,, 1 B , ic I fi!i-,- i I I u - KB XT Q G I P T And SWAT copper-colore- d mt 1 e station bi.it.:s I - 1 11 puESOunyrroNS W.I I , 1 i .,... ... w trail.f-rv- uC . . 1 - " .... ! 1. . - ,,,, fc, ,,. "OLD HE-LIABLE- ." - llouhtv t e, ' - - t I a I a I ,, I I s - I - sulli-cie- FURNITURE. rURWITURIJ. N . STEPHENS TYLER, A- - -- TO- -- st -- "'"' ''". j :: . ran liiir '" trWWaar'-lir.iilTJ-trinrto- aisdUiKlcrlaker'sOooc at'tlr rs TO- - proso-outin- g - A i.l.. . .... 1 a an est. lari-- one-ha- lf 11 ivcii-tuck- y - er BRING JOB TO THE ' OOXJR1BR - OFFICE. ZJJ2i4Z&Jrt - aaiWkfe yjaarw C"?'-'- J3ta.. mn'tn I -.. - .. j. ,. I ' ,, ' v,..r . . - 1 MUT1'. ri '"..J. - WiadMA! :.tt. 'jRfl ii 'w9i,.y, KLt' ?.i jM.wir . '.. vaajaaBaaBBBaBaBaBaaaBaBaBaBavpaaBf'.saBBaBBBaBaWF'V rnr-- j " . ziTxp'CJ' ? "'&''' "W?! w- - Vf 1ITH ViJJ i'illiiiiltllMHiUiiUi' Fruit Jars! n 3?o:R Fruit Jars Mali-Gallo- n c3S??SE3SElf5Sf; ilt-g;L""- .t. JH ?( 'M.igwr ''mE&,,!SrRIZI&immimm-v- r H. A.' ItevIi'UtMl. Mason's Pint Jars, Mason's Quart .Jars, Mason's Globo llalf.Gallon Jars, Tin Quart Cans, CIO 'fl'O- - FOB Jars, &(;., &c., TOJJ Jolly Glasses, w. rav v . cm?j rtvi b1?' JZj pcWM-"-.res w "rove? r To enliven our Irade, and relieve the monotony of dull times a little, we have ninric some Swooping deductions in oar stook, and for a low days wo shall oiler, JtlO Oo.sjI'x G-roce-r. Buggies!' Saddles! Harness I have the nni'1 conijilcto nml c.nefiilly selected Inn' of Vour choice of any Suit on Coiiiitcis for "lpv our aa BTJGG1T J ii HARNESS llrci-ehing- AiXTD , SADDLES 2-- ing, tho ami night, until Sunday. star (Vttnlogtio prices on Watcli-rsitm- l .lowelr.v. Call and exainiiio nij stock and gel ni pi ices liny lug elsewhere. bo-foi- e SIICICM.tN, ItV. Inline. lliflr litn Hitietrnce in tbia coimlry was In Hie clti of IVlroit, jinl SO.OO A I'OOll M't of ItllL'L'V Muriies . ncron l(i' Citiailmu biriltr This iucliiilcH Backs, Cutaways r'roni there CHILDREN, nt lli upr'iiJ lirnuirh ntl lbs Went A good Saddle ntul I'llnce Alberts, worth Hiey eruHlntf. Whererer tbey n f' Hiding Hridles bcoHioo common JUiurbera. Into tbelr ' C. C. C. 'crf aln Chill Cure" H The Cairo Hulk tin says: The r'( lllin.l llriillm ntl came (lip lazy, IlIoii ami Impemi mayor of Unrdircll and Wicklifie pIcamiMt lo taku anil linrnilcsti Wo thought wo wnro ong to sell, nloin lli'y eouM nni bn cnlltil l'rolrnlCollur Puds llku It. (innrantccd -nnl, lor (lie cullurcil mlnWliTi, f.pocUlly lirtVO each received a cnmmnnica-tio- n Clillilrrn 'lillls nml l'cvcr. JTunrgo nil tho Slippers In tho (Jnitod ? Also, sotim inai'iiltlcuiit values for to cure C2T If you want a good Dnggy, eo mc hcfoic you liny. iii l'ren3yiprin ntm r.picopilin, ue from Cinciinatt, fcigned .lohn liottlc SO cents. Htati's and bouRlit ncuorilinjjly. nuiiocel thtiu ii, enriiilfi of Church unit Hlack, who purports toliu tllechuir-iikii- i For ile by 0 A. HoLroXRr, Dfnjglil feUle. Ihelr only nbjeel In lo pretenl the Willi, ivo hxce Hold lots of 'cm, lint of a colored convention of that people ulio miijf thli ii "naluin free irnJ we've n"t lots left, which we don't jjifttij ' the people wlui Jii!oereil, titter city, saying that iiiiidc of two Ale ami Cliri.il.in'ze I Americn from weeks both of their towns would want to enrry over, and lunu cut KelliiiR nny ehnre of Kiliticnl bonorn Talinage navn: "Ooil hh'-- s the the price now, in tho beginning of That this la ficl, on bureen from the he in ashes and that their citizens man who invented litic hall l worn K'nieiiii'iU It 1. Qiuckcnhush, would he held individually resummer, lusto.nl of wnlliu until at extremely low pi ices. ltrfMiAn lo riiiion ftro.1 N.. (5. ,i StTli. K. It. rxelitor or the Trl City Illvlf. D.iten. sponsible fcr the recent lynching "lTI had nyallcr doj; that' A Mill tho season is over. Call on us I IX W'u limn too much Ml port, lie whj a member of tbc OrJer N . lu r N would t;o tohcc a nume ofhaie lull ( 'I , . Til y Trl for at oue id- - Afl'r toting their otgnn nnJ of .Miller. t u lr.iM V. i l. T.'i p!wurK he publlahnl Ihelr OJlli II fill, rot. intkra cloai' rvimrcium with I would hill Inn" Sim .lones. A number of families from commence with the worJa ' I hereby de I In- - I. & N ii McKrnur iiolnjt nunli nutl Mr. .Jehu ItcovcN. wlio Ih run-.- i Hum in Oilholluinm," Ac , nJ fncln Union Citi,. Ionian, and sui roundm II h II ' l'4lurli Jimc-lle- n N .V M V iioiincr S n in with "1 proini'e to up anus ago'nul ing country, aro encamped at Life; K'lln noriti nl ii Ntwira neooiii' liuiK ii nun nun iiiju iji'mnuiji, on Iiiiitil nml must move it. Tellll., In llOIIMIOII U Uitll. Hllgllll.V Citbollc, o lirlp me Uoil " tho well known health resotf, liiiitiii ir ol ti k (miuMi Ino Nultle palrlo'n! (Jritnl Araerlr.ins, Combs' Springs, near Hickman, illlllril08Cll, llllt Htlll tiIN tho ihete! bciititiilielf, out of your own ....... ...vj ninm-ttifmill nrn lif.ncnl licniu at Hoincthliig o cr tw o linn-tlrci- l .1.- ". iujnin I...v uo . . r. iiuuiuB cuij r .1 lur coninici ut roiir( "I,Ie ionuilr. Kreqiieilt P Cllic Innate rot.et.ne,,. 'I he Co.,rl iini "thi-i- otijeei it l ftihl, i,iotte audi parties enliven tlio aceno theree5r Wo will ion 2." per honiir.il. I moan, tt, inuv be neceMary to allOUtS. In it hot nioiicli Tor ouf If proper UCCOIfllllodll-preVMi- l cent, ilincouut from ciitiilognu lie Pope .f Ilun'ie fiom oblalnlns tiutIS were built, tills TCSOIt would Tola! hiaii of &o, fo'tnmA Dr. Mulmii, of Moscow, broke prices on Watclu'H, .lowclrj, control of tl. I'hlieJ Sl.te." WJilip.it . 0 99 B,elll llUlllber of isitOI8, Buck Muoh, m : ki hi lex In i I Siunliiy week. jftiCr;.;- - p,;rch7;eeVe,relforii"',iibioflI,ow,t,1rr,,,,k9 the Oiil Iteliatile. Tiltf $8iO,0OO,OMM. Tliero wii" a Mr ImrlnTtie lit Hltttiy tO will tire the rtmlrni of Jo..rlournl al't In no cause for ical haul There Muil Creek brittle jcolcriluy. ' The fiiends of .lutlgo Ed Durintr theso Bwoltcnn.' July ii fttnple ul Hie "lunoribe ir.enns A. IUnly, other places now so popular. of .Iith. II. Saunders is an tlmen. Tlicro In mi iiuiiiulanco A few wek asn, ft uicinb'rof the g OI'PICB OVfclt HICKMAN BAN Hinllo nml lio liniiiiy; timcH i... iirouuil us ami Tho butter manufactured nt iimitit'cil in this inRuc as a can.li Stalks. oT I'lilton, are talking of tlnvs with the lheriuoiiutt.'r ouo I'rut Cine, wurkcil the Jillerenl iiiiioul' us. him to the front as a can r tho 100 mark, the moxt strict low 11, of lln, ifciiuii In the in Icrest of tho Hickman Creamery seems to what we uiuko tliein. nrcjuit Wil .. r.iilnr., Ill thiM eoinlllllll I v. IMH' im rceieciiou 10 1110 OIIICI KENTUCKY, hi, From n I'roienlnnl pul. ben taking articlo, as orders for IIIOK5lA2f. paper of Ourilj School Superintendent. 'Inlatc lot legiBlalivc honors. Tho Mtuitnry Inws should be e.ircfully pit noble onler. JC) fralr CloekH nt Muck ltros from anil mcrchiiutn dlsuuuutlu in MifieM, . lo real ft loreeJ It aro received for moro than dou " racer irotii uwuy oacK iiispcctett nun an ino power legal lliu cut itv nml elliclenc are J""K' '2 10 7flu iiji. Kcw Rtock. proc.i the fact. We consider him ami an all arutiml gnotl man. J r ly attainable lnouglit lo bear j uociicitiii 0: the foie t calling on Lutlio- ble the amount mado, nml ut top cll known. nra -- .Mr. I.. DouulilflOii, of Tipton-lllc- , A St. Louis crop statistician m.ooftho best Supeiiuteuileuls ho goes into lliu cuuteol ho will ,1.ui.iko citiz.tins placu their piomis olio 10 arm nini iiipii staled nml I lie i;hiii. nrlfifiH. 'Pliiu fionmn in Imlientp cbnrcb nt lllckiuati waa clorcd with P.E8TAUP.A1TI. LUNCH COUNTS, he a Tciin., wna In lliu cllj thiii estimates a shortage of at least this or any other county hanl man to keeji in tho es in good condition. lire firm, Ai Union City lie reml the that tho creamery Is going to prove ....ii- ei,iiiiiiuiiii ..lunn. I ...!.. ....I. V'...-- .. , KM) t.".!,r w .. in ii-- j bushels 5n the wliat Inn!. i i)ii.e ilirftiiiii'nt, mid toll il. uii iho cj.nbo. ii success, ami tho fanners should reii "fl " crop of la'i.l. and udtiscs Ameri e ho cbtirrh Nt I'mlucili hnl ll. S?S " .,..! -I- .ua Wiilkor. lm. nrfinnllni.' 2 not bo slow in Inkflig advuutngc Counler 6pen ilay and nlfhf XIela Af r An yet thrro iiro no cmxli-ihitc, - in n ..... ... ...iii i... i Mr l.'nlil - llrninnt iiMiiit-u-t .. !r. EJimr wlirn .1 il iiheciime ' honor-nble. . J""" . ,,,,,, coiilcsston.- was ,. rotii 'Will mi. m a pii a of theso favor.iblo prospects and all hour Hojril ami IJginR J3.00 prf Uoiiiirlliiiim or Mayor. ' run nil Li mil in rru linn niiini .... .,i.....i.Ml' HI i, i.i.n.lo ins lor ii,w. t,u to become a liar anJ ..I'.i.i lllll.l, Mil.. I. Villi forcercr T llll ll.'IH Mil' at present low prices. the best Flour lu Hickman. For The Scriplurea clan ibu lion with turn their attention more to im week. Dsy IwnrJ- $J 60 per week. Meal 11 mob WIiiiI'h thu iniiKcrl (ifeie.l lnt Lietiionaut ofthn Dal- - timo rapist was hnciiod-hi'j ceoli. Liilglri-- 25 ccnie. , ImrJIy canaiiler provoments in dairy farming. If nnJ Secretary Morton says t lint it'u (iminlM, of D.ilttin, (i.i. Last at Moiitphis Sat 111 .1, ij night. The is.tlo only by KUOLM-IJAITS, Manane. lln wooil Idler, col., killed the condition forgerers horuirtbl do Ihey tine 'honor Al.tuut) MuDamul. --- -I'M the fanners will supply plenty of 2 Cm of crops through, wei k his 'i)iiinii) was otic.imncil letails of tho iifl'.iir show that it Amly ltiilliinl. col , in I .like cuiiii nble meikna ' eh? I'he cutineclion between nice, sweet milk tho creamery will was seveial degrees worse than gives indication at (iiillln. out the c(iiiuti Is a jolly, good The petition of Luke County their tnettii ami mil U 10 clou Ihat one do tho test. rout)., hint week. ly of nu abundant hart est. The fellow, nml his fiiends the Hard.. oil incident, ami will citizens to the Mississippi ISiier justifie, i lie othrr. (So to .1. W. StiiiimhnnV for .wild of corn, bay and oats he ibrlr feiira, Mr. L. Donaldson of Lako ultniiLs will be glad to learn furnish the basis for more howls Commission toiling forth tho 2ml. Aa lo (.' rtninly no they haTo our llwsc tuillflnnil IiatH, ono cm from the not them press thought would bu lurtluulaily ul In) promotion. needs ofnleieefio.u Hickman to .''nipnibit, """.eonnty. isiic.i lllckman, this , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 1:UI lo. &c. 'larerc . " M?.r,MUf l,1,crcal ,l lprC wml," a-i- Tho Mutual Lilo Insurnu cc'Tiptoniille h .... able presentition teir When j on stand out to look Company of New York Is tho old ill inn I.iotM Hint rmii.Iv vrill r.rim gnbble tip the Uniiel Males. It la too ?"-TiptouUlle. HICKMAN, : : : J KENTUCKY from Hickman con to lUckuiau parlies hau cnj-u,(. v,ntor works ure i be lights you will cat rlit lo think traded to fur.ii'h the blush for j opctatlou ovenbody should at..Id. electric Cowgill's Drug Stote1 est, largest ami best Company in iimuiii itiieuiiou. i ,is an ,impor. aful on. 11111I 1011 bbout bint aKnllowJni, Tho people and lnud owneis of Ilvi-rt Go to A'h. 16 Iho pco' lins Lako cnniit aio nt last aroused OiJeM Ma iirof,ionl New Mnilild HaihorimproicnicT)t.,t0 Gnu gill Si Cogill tho United States. The Company taut enterprise, nml Kentucky low u tl ti ntimiL it I t !.... ..'.. int In iili-- lit fat t Ii it im (Wirt, tt ii eF i Iila munf '.lt... "v u. II.. mail nun juiiii.j. now in prociess by tlin Goicrn- - keen nice Hoans. Siioul'cs. Toilet nml buy a laAtlo of Sirup of Tar. is now issuing to tho insuring pub- - I a ml ownets ami citizens buuultl tro woman by .liopplnj n ter. Why don't! I or .....i n .. organizing fnr Oli". ir - of Juckaon and Kentucky St'i .. m nut. i. ...i.i.. 11 r..n ti.. til i." Lamil , vtm .1uiierrv, ,.... somu oiuer. 1111 11 jitiiuj com prising advantages not ouly ttfatl bm help. " aome one tell I.i in tu Mon nwliiieB.nl ,rt - jc'"erl"18l i . . ,1 inn iiiiu ..r . iri.i.ii i'iiii i' ... 0..'0a . iiiui'in, ii n "" jjievor before ('cniutiy or Cnslatnl l'ii purpose ut Buuumig us bene red. Tor mil lo- " RM ""acts ami Utlors. p"w SI ii co (ho ...irdncll lnchingi A Retipi, of ninotlnrra irn in before be ,, III .. he . policies, .,. u? Hut there ...II-.- tula, j fits. Tho Kentucky land o w tiers i i several towns arc agitating thul Trof. .1. C Speight, of Clii fTnrmaiioii about theso npr.ro men ' Two iihImiow-i-i IlillKII-r- i .. HI" !.. il.-- niini n i uv k. ....11 .... 1., . .. , I'llllll'll . L, r i mr liavo long been ready ami only iv. it. I'.u.l.so.v, agent. ns in HicUiun, Monduj, JCOV. .1.11. iUcntiou of bu lug a pair of blood were found tlead ou the tnilruutl "' eit ofeneiI ruler, of these waiting for tho cooperation of our hounds to aid in capturing cilmi truck ouo milo north of Martin, looking oiertnc iieitt as a Tcilll , it assisting) tries ll Jr.nre ilnaolj man, ttiid liml.t Tennessee, neighbnts, The business pnrlinn of tho and now imls. PHYSICIAN AND SIMON, early last Thursilm pcctivo candidate for legislative town of Hollow Ruck, Tcnn., 011 tllO pastor, Hev. W. 0. Wateis.l0" peninc bla m I lo put .lown the ene- - that wo uro to have tins in right Soclsil... Ni '.,.,.. ..I,.,, Muehiniei.stis being , i.ianilesle.I.l hillma ,U;T, Mumry-il- .B Uhy lie limner- - down good earnest, we must all 'i'i... ...in.,,, iu honors,. lie has been a I'rofessor . I,, j.ailrnntl, ...a., u.i..i. . .. Tho Separalo Coach bill will ..i...li.,.k. , , ntiiiiMTiinm ." I.. l.. . I.. I ...ll..,. .. un...n . ......-. , . .. Oiniinitfrs. .. , r c ,,.. m.1.1.' KENTUCKY, " ti.iii.ig iiireiuiv proicssco oomihj en i,y lire 011 .Mnmiay last, thov wcro in.lh Iclllcil while sleep - 1'" r.. mn.iii...i.'.t again go to work and reorganize, HICKMAN, go into e(1cct October .Id. educaled. culti voted. Hli ""d lUH.Iug'on tho track. wn8 ., prosperous little faitli in C !int. The meeting w ill bit work on lubur to be acatter.nl tliron ,i. A United effort will secure tho niious lallroail companies fceiiifncend ofiice ajjoiuing Juifge fCfntf: d ul 'la. Even' nut hit. empire, In lefen,e of law nn I 11. town now lias oniv 0110 Uttsiness continue duv making prrpiinttioiis to observe news paper shond M1H.rlorpi'p.mii -l, mart'n olSce. 3.2o 02 order. Out the A 1'. A s ay lu which leveo noxt year, and perhaps a ,y ,,,! eapaci.y fo. Unmo ,,.fl. The ', body iiiMtfil. w it in good faith. pocket he w " giini; lo put the United railroad on top nf it. There s no ,,,si"" U' " !.'.C ' ru,,l,". WO,,,U-'0.0- 0. with little insurance. EzS" Miiiiaty never went lo tho fcHalen hi, veil or pj.ita? They ouglt eutorptiso so full of benefit to grow up Ignorant who cat. ho mVe hi... cvjr- - I'linuers ami machino men Our people would ,The lire started Irom burning bottom uf the well, as ieported. to relieve ua it oueu on lliia pil.u. Ii la this section. liiughtloappieciatoahoinepapi'i. honor theuiM-liewill Dm! Iho bent iiiubti of by Ins selection.! ..,,.,. ........r ... .. tnv.. Ho only stepped dow.it to Cow-gill'- s ery iiniorini.l. lAuniher euro aiftn of the Oils, for modern thresh II Is tho stepping stone to inA douhlo murjlcr, winding up a eunitng aetil O'er ATTQBNgY-ARAtDrag Sloie anil got bottom old loftti r J nam) SilolliI hehi,haaobief cook, f, telligence in all matters not to be here one crs, -.engines, &C. chnip, at with the silicido of the pilces on Pitints, Oils, (ihiss, etc. lo ,ee how lln, country la lo be diabeil up. Ical net 11. books. T. T. Swa.nmi'8. 0.They kee,. a lull lino of such Satollt Iih,i. l jet decided nhelher it la to was committed at Metropolis III., Hickman, : : : : A Mis. be boiled, fried, or laken on the ImlMliell. last week. The murdcied men I'eulck cotumittetl "Lack of conlldence," all sav, goods. He la caiefuUr r'iinl.i all tbe luJIge,-libUan- d were George Ltikens and Kichaid suiciilo at I'tilton last week bj cniiso tho panicky times, nml reaumed the praclfc of unpilmabc part. Iioxtier, und HAVING The Arkaiisis City and the hanging herself with a topo to a citizens ure shouting this to each Ma prompt and un.livlJer! ere lour the whole hog will be revlv for Lukens, two icspectable carpenter. Misiis-sipNatchez mot in the lower lafter tu a stable. It is said that other; ami each goes hoiee hoardGeorge, the eld- attention to hiiaine' enlrueted lo hla crtrC. the Pope a barbecue, l'oor old uptllstj, Doth had f.unlics. ing what tin can, hoping tint oilier bhe was ol unsound mind. Moii'hv. J .iclt wanted onlv whnl miii beeorae of jou"' In the .nolto of est, was shot several times in head ruuat ay, "What fool thee nior-- il fellows will bo bravo enough lo ouo hall ul the channel and hoth Puck and l.ody, died instantly. Hit hard Tho com crop In Fulton K W Kino. to.' triciltot.il.etlieirh.tif out of the coiiiiIn has a splendid promise. spend their money. tho younger, wn killeif while holdmiddle. UcmiIi, of a collision and All things hereabouts point to loto Whnopinc Coiifh I" nol i)iig?rot.4I Pain in Stomach aim Dowels, ing his baby in his arms. W. It. cal piospcritj this fall nml tho "Inn I'lmiiilH-rlftilUinnl; a Couch tho pilots on cither steamer aie Office orer Hickman Unk. Purging, Cramps, Suniinor Com Shoemaker is the man who did the 1 mule, riiierlorlon freely ( uii croakers inuol hunt their holes. singing in chorus, "lludid it, .Mr. plaint and other diseases of the shooting, afterwards blowing his n.l pretrnti tiolrm fit of uniililtK mcKMAsr, Inspector " Stomach ami Dowels cannot exist own brains out. The hilling was Kid. Carneli, of the Piitnliivu Thirr ia no iliiitir in filing it lo ii.tnll f Will a'lend promptly to all bualne rhllilrni .1, it cohIhIih nollilng injnriou. when Plantation Diarrluca Mix- done at the home ot the youngest Ilapliht onler. will ctnutneiico a Nearly every husines ha it trusted lo bla cure. mchll '00 Hireling nt the court house to I'ur eale by I' T. Awaynr, Jnijlft. during which a good ture ia used. It s guaranteed. Sold brother, the two Lnkuis .landing 'dull by Cowgill it Cowgill, Hickman Kv iu the front yard and Shoemaker night, mill will continue the meet- Tho ll.Miisford Manufacturing ntlvertiMiiient will do I7H Illcktnnii. 'Alo. a (nil lini) of III idles, Collars, Collar I'ail , Ac. Humes, Check liiiu-- i, .p i.lJirJTvMO V fl' yii I J SLIPPERS MISSES nml lihlor Cuuntr. If not nWng loo nnuli, I wnuM 111' la Iroulilu you for ipice euoujli to llirott morn llgbi ou I he nrtlclo In ln fcuml of vour inner undfr iln lieI. Uii Iii, "A l' A" U bile. iloubilrM, written wiili fnir Ititriiiiaus, Ii dors not rrqiilre til Ii rut ed knoMrlcJco lo to I lint t tiint bo ollf lo lionrnl niltiilvtl I'mlclniil, I anj iinjiiBl in (,'nli(,li(3. to niy tin) plotmi Hie rutimr, lor In loWawitiir u .j w w1 itn rrv n. z ting of tins necrci orKtnfiitlon nnilrtHil-hil- t I lie Courier the itiflr BCnemts, nut Htt to xiyle llitm tli AintrUmi ' I'rol'.l. BJSjnrtyjrt asSSSJ To til' intrlllicriH the illli ' whole nllulr ibelr men In anil urpne, i tin only lit u lenipr.i in u iripnt lo t lie nluctieil, I lie ritiK K)ikeii o by tbota utitcotl na Jtepreacutcd. l'ili'i4 of evil mi' itrlu'ic rot. To J9J31 CA hof e liowofrr. nbonru in rnnlly gulleJ by cvrry ilcliiiinf tun, liof mlnfor-tun- e In I he cell ir il r as brvn lo be. of tilielonn I'fj'i'licr, n my of enplmi'i-liui- i conctniiHK ill' liUlnrf, Hny nml rftoiiinlIrM feirs of this mcnt mob miy fcc neccflRfy. Tl - A I' A. ROM by either of Inn he Amfrl'Kii I'rolecllTp, or the luiiifs merlc4ii Pmnnilc Aieln'inn D.i'.h urc iiiiinoinf rx. Kith I lit-- irlnciilpii nml nimi o the oli! Kiiiiitu(iiIiiii, they nre the Irjltimnte beira of tbo Drmuro l.iilj; ol I STUITfiHU, UTtes, AUu, Bnccrsior lo J. H. Ivtioger, in iu Jw'elr.a n' oliiiir ' Aicliili. WsS?m , Books, Stationery, &c, A full line of OPTICAL GOODS. cjh Rppair'g Fine, Watches a Specialty Woil. Onaranletid, and Goods Guar Kiliigei'a Old Htniitl, Clinton HtfpeL i n"W'A2 rniJ TEE OLD RELIABLE. bcilcr til lt i- CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, DRUCrS.HEDICIHSS, PAINTS AHB (?nntij. 9 The lrnilr mikfs Utiil III I llt-- v V7HI Tf Hi mh ami For LA 1)1 KS, Hon Mi (llnjtlone, lim.leoUrril tlinl nolli iijf no id p.itue from Rn Orrnice freivt fnct of bating miclt p irnit ximiilcioiH, for llnif nml prrnoul i lleMlinil, the DYMTOHl efr I u,y PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. 81.8.50, 820.00, $25.00 Reduced Prices. vi"tJ - 810.00 and 812.50. Kttilrouil Time Tabic. 1 I I I m Boys and Children's Suits E B. da-inj,- '." llligea t Accident, 1 1 1 I I I.,., Slippers INSU11ANCE! Tire, Tornado, &c, or Shoes ! lkr LOCAL NIWS. ,... kIo iMETH, :cr; , BL ELLISON c& CO. i'i I iM' - ' or.:. ,v linp.li li near-puttin- lnCKMANHOTEL, ccr ' s-- . n i .i . .' i. V' i.i(!:t97iii?fkir ..ii, ,l " y nnir-Jcrrri- Anit-riciii- 3-- 1 Iil eir I'liitiTnck. ln-r- DR. L P. BALTZER, V, ,tli. ...i m. I .,?" 1 J ii 1c A.. wi-'t- I arlc -- i.,.i.i.. .... !?i 11 - 1 - ..,i "",r'" s .... ....''...... . l.o ?.iJi ..i. Uln" w,,t ... i.i sc-iunu ..,..,". ''"'"ll! .,.., !', ta-tl- ra H. .!.,... (iiui -I Dr. L. OTLE? PINDAR, . . 1 ,,,, M-e- 0. L. EANDLB 1 1, Btoducad Pricos on Kentucky Fine Oxfords I. U. pi A B. Ta DAVIS, Attorney - at, - L? Wa K'. 1 ',.j mm-oii- s" Compuio, nno of tho leading 1:1! I .1. W. SrHAUilllAN'H. lire. Tuesday. The eslimatctl loss was $10,000. ami in- stirauco i?L".V.0(l. It is not thought that the plant will bo rebuilt. b industries of union City, was - AT - The common school per capita this year Is Z'J.Ho, which, with the Interest ou county school bonds will tnako the per capita in Fulton county about f I! '..). In Flotilla a (ax of10isov-nctct- l from each editor. That law wouldn't work In Kentucky, says Ihn Winchester Doinnrrnt. You can't draw blood out of a turnip. Mr. A. F. ilones, of Clinton, son of tho people" tho a Dcmot'ratlu camlldato Tor tho Leglslatuie, was in Hickman, Monday, mixing with tho people. I will sell Don Paper nt cost for ll.o nevt 00 days, in ordot to leilucn stock. 'rcd-lieade- cars, tomatoes, Roasting chickens butter, eggs, apples ami all the products of lliu farm tastu as swcot ami toothsome as ever. TIiIa country Is nil right. If else tails there aro paw paws enough in thu woods to feed us till. The Cash Shea Store. SANDERS & HIOB. Tho harbor boat Aegrus, belonging to tho Cnito City coal company broko into ami sunk in tho Mississippi river at (Ireonleafs Ilcntl Friday night. Sho was asi sisting the Steamer Aikausas City to St. Louis. Insured for ty J 1!1 .1. W. SiKAlifillAN. Mr. II. N. Cowgill lias resigned tho ollleo of Supt. of Witter ami Klcfliio Lights of tills city, and wu supposo tho Council will elect u successor nt its next incot-Ing- . ' I . Flour lias enmo down now In propotliou to the piice of wheat, or neatly m at any rate, i ou can get goon Hour, lor I it o nisi timo in a life timo, at .1,50 por barrel. A Biiecoisful farmer of .lea mtiniuo county, who farms by a set of books and knows what evety-thincosts, says that ho can raise wheat at a coal oi twunty-llvcents n bushel. ryir A clinnco fur a (oily good timo tlon't im nut ovory day or, lively week, hut for tho uol few tlayn tho Hying Iioihch will niaku enough fun to last quite a time. Tho Indies ato espuciallv invited to coino out. g nUJTlllimi.lC Lr.MONADK. n friend of tho Couiior semis us the following receipt for making what ho terms a delicious 6Uinnicr dunk; "Take a quart or more ol Irish buttermilk, two or tlitec $10,000. lemons half a uup of sugar nml some ice, stir it thoroughly, ami $- - Ladies, tlon't wear your selves out by running nu old. you win nave onu ol the nicest heavy Machine. Call at Cowgill's j"'"1, healthiest dunks that you wrug Moro ami got a light-- tin- could wish for. ning "Now Home," tho best ma1'iepare youiself for tho coming chine in tin. market. summer by cleansing your system American farmers, who liavo and put if. ing your blood with hay to sell, will makna good tiling I'lautaiioii Sarsapaiilla anil Iodide of it. Wo have plenty of hay iu uf Potash. Piico .lOcts and $1.00 tills country, with n surplus from per bottle. Sold by Cnwg.ll& Cowgill, Hickman, Ky last vent's ciap anil theie is a liny " in famine Europe. Fanners T. T. Sway noCayce, Ky. (iore Din's., should not bo tu a hurry to sell A. E. Drevanl, .Ionian, Ky. their hay. A party or a gentleman A report, npparently roliablo, or near Wicklillo, has i cached hero that tin en no. ft'chug ntconiMially inclined Ky,, lust groes were anil killed iu Lako Sunday, piocuied from a passing county, Tuesday, for attempting ear a keg of beer violence upon a whito lady n tefriger.xtorto dispose of ft in ami tho s who. Tins was not tho proceeded larnier usual manner. After consuming won: oi a mon. nut ol ouo mm. the contents all who partook of it tho husbandbecame deathly Hick, requiring Iho I'iclunond Register says: inetiicui aiteutioii, unit suspicion "ft Is not gencinlly known Hint being aroused, our Infiiiinant said, under n provision of tho now Con-- the head of the keg was knocked mitutiou no candidate is allowed lu and to tho horror of thu into tun for ollleo unless ho cxlilbits'speetors nml thoso wliolmd drunk n receipt fn.iii Iho no wspajiers iu jol'tlm lluid, a dead blank siinkn his county showing that hi) has was found therein. Cairo for Ida nnnmincoinunL gram j Vole-paid County school snperinteiitlets will bo clectetl this year in every county. Tliero has been much complaint from tho ollleo of the statu superintendent of public Instruction, us well us by school trustees ami teachers, of Iho of men that have held theso olllccs in many counties. ohm-aclc- r hniHll ll.irt.ir Hill, I'lftv Joftil, la ii sinnl iloclnr lilll, but tli.o I, ul il will pnt you to cure any nr ilnnry cae of rlieiinili,ia If you u,e I'IihiiiIc'IhIii h I'iiiii Halm. Try il, iml jolt will be nrpiiaril hi Hie prunipt r,lief I. nOnrlv The lu,l npplicalioii will quiet lliu piin, filjeent bottle for alo li T. 1. Swoyne, ilrtieelat 1 I Tho Stenni Ilitlmg 0 alley which has b en tooting lln tempting whistlo nightly (lie nasi week no longer iiltiautR Ilio enthusiastic patronage of former nccaslons. All things liavo their day, and the "tlylug Jenny" witli nil its cuehunt-- i Ing anil bnwiltloriiig ineuioiles must give way to sumo now fad. What noxlT Anothor hamlsoino incraso In tho sclinol per capita Is announced. It h $2 8.1 this vour against $2.M) in 1S0J and In ISIM. Tliis is for both whites ami blacks, us Democratic Kentucky (reals the cnloiotl children with absolulo f.tirnnss nml places them upon evactlv tho suno footing will, white children t'-M-Tj faithful work " T. T. Sway no, day nml night, rain or shine, in Onto lira's., Cayce, Ky. futniliiiriiug coiwumcrs with the A. E. DrcMirtl. ilottlan, Kv. name, Lotion und "peciiltic- or nilvnntiges of tlm advertiser, so The now iron biitlgo for Dnyou that w lien the time to buy comes do Chieu was slnppoil from Pittsburgh more than 10 days ago, and he roiijn the henclit of his lias doubtless arrived by this tune. Tho construction of tho When the spring time conies and biidge will bo commenced ami you feel tired, lazv, and generally 'completed without delay. It is no account, Uun't Mmr llir wmthtr, announced that it will be completlint cleanse your blood with Plan- ed by the 1st of September. tntinn S irsiiii.irilln. nml sturt vnnp H is interesting to llnd nu ex liver with Plantation Pills, and! hegin hfu anow with tho tost nf option now anil then to the geu mw .vaa. eiai cry oi "iiuu times." a noia m.ttue.. Sold by hie exception is tbe cane of Messrs Cowgill & Cowgill, Ilicknian, Ky S iiulers & Hice, of the Cash Shoo " T T. Swuwie, Stote, who cheerfully assert that (iuro Dro's., Cayce. Ky. their business is steadily on tho A. E. Drevanl, .Ionian, Ky. inciease, in spite of hard times There is no just canso for, ami tight money, their sales for hopelestiess among thu people he- - last week having excoeded nny one of their business r,niH0 tho times uro hard, It is! the dark hour that comes jusi bo-- cateor. Our reporter, conversing fo.e tho .lawn. Everybody is with Mr. Sunders, learns that they 'using tho utmost econemy. Tho nlnbuto their phenomenal Ritccess fanner has cut down Ins cpou-si's- . to their system of selling for cash Tho merchant Is selling only, aided by low store lent nml reiver goods on a ci edit. Ou nil) cot responding Ught expense in nil bunds there Is a strong effort to oilier quintets, which cnables live on less, to spend less, to them to sell good slices nt very stop individual oxttavaganco, to low prices. "Another important factor in our iilds to success is the save and economize. largo stock ol Shoes -- Tho May Hold Monitor nti-- i wo carry on our shelves. Ditylng iiuiiiicch Mrs. Lizzio MeCootlwin In immeiiso quantities wo save sccd-fcow-in- on the pavement. The trouble grew A. W. LINDSAY, out of a law suit, inituted some time ago by tho wife f the younger brother against Slnemaker, wlioj HICKMAN1. KY had been her guardian, and who, ' as Lukens claimed, iiu.iiidered her onicc wiUi It 8. Murrell. estate. M 8:fi7 Money, COAL! 1'ITTSIIL'RO, COAI! COAL! - Monthly Payments ! i " 1 ' I n,inn,.r i.rhr.' linrm,iie llmt ft,,. !......., milnli In ...uu. u lllll, IIIU UJ-iii sciioois ior n raves uout.tv. oniiuaiiiy, nover noars oi. Anil,, V -- iu The lady fa a (laughter of Col. ii gain, this largo assoi tment makes "TTB.lio e relief i complete, One ten Ftlward Crossland and tho widow it easy to lit every ouo with Slices. Kitgine. or Maj. AI McOooilwin, Sho has While Shoes constitute the bulk coniialinK nt nif Cook Hk.hl siipetior cilncation, an excep- of our stock nml business, wo S'i'l irilir, ue in M'raw .Stacker, Mdi ,,n a U'.iiion, St mirei Will i I tional fund of good common hnve had a big trade iu our Cents on eicy innii and eco me n you im soluir to .ell (.enso nml general inloriiu tiou anil Furnishing Department, whoio wunl A J W. MAYFIEI.O. lias had a large experience ns it wo make a specialty of Hals, il Id I'i.m Ky teacher iu the public schools. Shirts, ami Pants, und sell ovorv Many friends nil over tho district thing that a man wears mcepi I ) A o I.' ' V lI l U iN lK' who know Mrs. McOooilwin to bo suits ami overcoats. 'Low for, U every way deserving would be Cash'isoitr i.rotto. ami wo cor-- l in - WLSStCr, glad of her clcctiotr to the posi- dinlly invito thu trailing public to jiM,,r,r . v Kl'Vi'irfirv tion siio is seeking, Her call that wo may provo to iliom Is mado subject to by our prices, Hint wo are living the action of tho democratic par ujr to the vciy letter and spirit of Office oxer Coiv.'ill & Cowgill's ftlMt terta," Jra; Storo, IIS II Tho books for Ihe 8th Belles of - tho Hickman liuilding ami Loan ron aik ur now open for sub- Association nts scrlption to stock FAEIS & PARKER v Shares of $100.00, and ench entitled to bonow $100 HICKMAN, : r : : member KENTUCKY an cacli share owned, to bo cured by niortjMge on real estate Works, or stock, and io bo paid for by I'Jickman garble monthly installments, hick man; ky. Fvery stockholder, Investor or bonower, o l.ir. has made inoi.e.y. 13. Inquire of numbers us to their OZAtfK It oxpeiionce Jiuy you a homo on long timo Italian ani AurTtcAR MarumJ MOHUMUNTS. TtlMti AND GRAVE ami on) term", pay for tho one STONEd. you hnve bought, utilizing your AVINO In tlock, a fine lot of Auir jout to do so cr borrow tho icun and Italian Marble, am rre ey to mil in business, So. For riredloull all orders. CU.nd exanilntf call at tho my work further intoi tuition EUREKA, ILLINOIS LUMP; fin! ANTlIRACITfv In any quonlflleii lr(rcd. 0. RAMAGE, e 1 Cailtlllbltn ' fill' Rlllllirilltnllilnnt I from tbe lied. country prompt) w j i ' liorae-paw- A. P. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, )01 i , 'llil UjIJOIO- J9 Mi: I'lilVl ftiieit Voir o.nl X l.l.nk,iniihiiij dune, or lepiur tirt Wienni. e !hirpliooirtg i arccUffy .il'O ki'i a full line of "( 1 lK Conimu... Ilowwood, and Solid niar-- Wnf nut Cortina ...ul Cif wlirch tin he ntfeJ up on "hort nolicf. and at Undortakor'c Goods, price. tefr Olve m a rail, Shop nrar tin fn'tb ra4SJl J aaaMBejejMeiiaMBaa?MeaeMeMeMeMeMea1eMeaMealeMeaTeBeMeM .. . , rym4MMM:d::,. klfca r iTeVv .- 2 . . . i J wU.t-i"'.j.- . .'.., X.. 1 I f I . . ly ( .- - T!SvSSSS&l!W - V f,.- - A 'ititflceawMwif-- . k !t v V J , H MmttMhmmun -- , , - jiMMMaiiMiiiiiilMaMfaMttfiiiii iWflN .jfeiK v v NEWS ITKMS. Kii hard Parvis died of sunstroke, at Cotinersvillo, Ind. Knoob's phice will not t oiigrossinan W filled by (lov. Melvlnley. II i (Inrrett's drug store burned at l.rronville. Miss. Loss. 1 100,000. wns drow nod Com. aged 1 nt t on! Orove. 0., while sw linmlng. ,..ir toiing ladles nt Nantucket, Mass rescued a boy from drowning. sliiTinan Hoar succeeds Prank I). Allen us l'. s. district attorney at Huston. llio Trunk Line association Is in Now- York iiIkiuI freight out of tho hills thou shalt dig brass." of thousands of dol- InrV worth nf this mctni was Kepi tin- A Womlrrfiil HniiMi In n Arltnna Canyon C '1U WoU' t,,at N UlC N"1'-'"'- It Is a grand hou'c. nnd to tmllil one In the Grcst Fight for God ,n,l Eternal jy wUh )0 church of tlo.1 at this day. f Ilk It would cost millions of dollars, II Glory Its talent Is not developed. If It rrnild Iks done nt nH. And yet the . of Its energy could be brought out. It had liamlly n d.dl.v man who HrciUn It might take the public Iniquities of tho Tlie rinnil Christian .vjv.i. Wrip""'. " to his name, lint then he didn't Imy ,jnv i,v t)le throat nnd make them bite on tiimnl Araln.t ii.r ikoI Trunin was made by t'ip liouso, Wnnse It by lirt.T. itaiiiuTiiliiiss-ri'-1'- ' the dust If human eloquence were walls of Snlilnn nntiir? on tlio rooky consecrated to tho Lord .lesus Christ, It thouv-indof yean Canyon In Arirotm A great throng of manv thousands couui In a few yenrs persuade this whole t ready for an npo, nnd has from nil parts of the tfrtli and nest mrth to surrender to Uod. There Is ever since. are gathered nt the lnnn. Lake as- - rnough undeveloped I hristlnn energy 'The man who lives In it Is a pro lu the Tnlted States to bring the whole n chnutnuqun hel n,,r Madipeclor known n "Mike." What othci son, Wis. llev. Dr. Tnlm-iiMinday world to Christ: but It is burled under nnino he has Is not known, nnd tosiiloe forenoon pronchod to tlimrrent inulti-tud- strata of IndlfTerenoo and under wholo f It doesn't matter. Ho says he was mountains of sloth. on "Sharpened Axes the test up the canyon one day a j ear or so ' Now there Now, Is It Hot time for the mining to I. Samuel xlli., nRo, when he llrst saw the place, nnd wns no smith found throughout all the l egln. nnd the pickaxes to plunge, and thought It was a house Imllt by man. lunil of Israel," eti for this burled tnctnl to be brought out When ho saw his mistake he simply r Ms- nmt ,l,i.i ,i.,i .tlim to this and nut Into the furnaces nnd Ik- - turned took possession. Mlko's house Is truly uncounted host, Clintitnii'iiiiins, ( Iirls" ln, '"""'t'ers and carbines for the h most deceptive piece of nature's handtin n Kndeafors (lospel "rUers nnd Lord's host? The vast majority of iwork, nnd n very useful one. It Is on their friends from nil parts of Wiscon- - l hristlans !n this day are useless. Tho tlio canyon walls, probably one hun- sin nnd America, saints nnd sinners' most of tho Lord's battalion belong to dred feet ntKive the bottom, and a (light Mi- - ..m Ih irinpinmiv nnnmurlntr the reserve corps. The most of tho of natural stone stops lead up to It. What a scalding subjugntiunthe Israel crew are nsleep In the hammocks. Tho Is hard to convince one's self that It ites were sullerlng. The I'hilistlnes most of the metal is under the hills. ft Is not tho work of man until It Is excarried ofT all the Mjeksmiths, Oh, Is It not time for the church of tlod closely, when Its enormous sire had amined nnd torn down nil the blat niiiiths' to rouse up nnd understand that we nlonc would make a person know dif- shops, and lilaeUsnntlis' want ull the energies all the talent, but the trade In thoalollshed the These Phil and all the wealth enlisted for Christ's only ferently. It land of Israel. outside wall Is over one hundred feet istines had a particular aiMinst sake? 1 like the nickname that the high. blacksmiths, although I haw always Knglish soldiers gave to Hluchcr, the The door, which Is In good propor- ndmired them, nnd have They called him "Old iiietunes commander. feet high, nnd tliiinf lit 1 otiL'lit to have tion, Is over twonty-flv- e enough niv len lieeven Porwnrd." We hnve had Christ; let rethe room on the Inside reaches up nnd self 'lhc rhllKtlnes woull ""' us treats In the church of ends In a blnrk vault that there Is no allow these parties to work their valu- have a glorious advance. And I say to telling how far away It Is. able mines of brass and iron nor might you now, ns tho general said when his When Mike wants a flro he just make they make any swords or spears There troops were ntlrlghtcd. Ulstng up in It on the floor, and the siuoko curls up were only two swords left In a" tho his stirrups, his hair flying In the wind, to tho top and disappear somen here. land. Vea, these Hhlllstlnrs went on ho lifted up his voice until twenty This Is somewhat strange, ns no water until they had taken nil the grind- thousand troops heard him, crying out, comes into the place and the s,moUc can stones from the land of Isncl. so thnt "Forward the whole llnel" not bo soen coming out anywhere. Hut If an Israelite farmer wanted '"sharpen Again, I lenrii from this subject that It very likely goes through some Assure lits plow mr his n., he hd torfo over to we sometime do w ell to take ndvaii- . cave beyond. In a the garrison of thu Philistines to get it tage of the world's shnrpening InstruHut Mike doesn't enre wncro it goes. done. There was only one sharpening ments. These Israelites were reduced He is satisfied with the convenience, Instrument left in the land, and that ton file, and so they went over to tho prosand thinks ho Ik the wns a file. The farmers and the me- garrison of the Philistines to get their pector in the mountains. Thts house chanics having nothing to whet up the axes nnd their goads and their plows nf rock is most strongly suggestive of coulter, save a simple tile, industry was sharpened. The Hlble distinctly states Egyptian architecture, and nlso bears hindered and work practically dis- in tho context that they had no other a strong resemblance to some of the graced. Instruments now with which to do this cave dwellings in the Salt Hirer valley The great Idea of the Philistines was work, nnd the Israelitesdld right when Tho thing Is nn Interesting curiosity. to keen the Israelites disarmed. They they went over to the Philistines to use And, although It Is tho house of a prov might iron out of the hills to make their grindstones. My friends is it not rector now, there is a strong posslbll- M,7 ,,kf but tlM wouU not hare any right for us to employ tho world's grindIty thnt It may In tho PaU have done j,,,i;r,.smltUs ,,, wcM thi, irim. ,f thp,. stones? If there be art, if there bo nuiy as a uomo lor sonio uiciuuer ui mo pot the inm welded, they would have logic, If there l business faculty on lost races of this strange country. San no grindstones on which to bring the the other side, let ns go over nnd emFrancisco Call. Instruments of agriculture or the mill-tar- v ploy it for Christ's sake. The fact is we weapons up tit an edge. Oh, you fight with too dull weapons nnd we Oo to TpxssI We The Biblical "Lund of Plenty" was not In poor, weaponless Israelites, reiluced to work with too dull Implements. It with Texas, the Siato In tli s lite, now I pttv vu iui uiese ought maul and nil to i, ,,. forever to keep tholr hackmake awe clean when we Lot us Union. An lavlutlon It rxlrndeil t" stroke. Hn to "ere come and see. for to sea 1. to believe. Y..u sharp business over among are assured ni bearly wrlenme, ami nu in- heel on the neck of tiod s children. go expensive trip, for ohcip railroad rales will Jonathan, on his hands and knees men and among sharp literary be made from all oints In tho Routhial climbs up a great mck lieyond which men nnd find out whnt their tact Is sold on to Trim Hound trip ticket will he AnguatSndsndSrd for two li.irTcil excur- were the Philistines, and his armor-In-nre- nnd then transfer It to tho causo of on his hands and knees, climbs Christ. If they have a science and art sions and can be purchased to luir pines in Texas, good to stop off at any point on llie up the same rock, and these two men, It will do us good to rub against it. In going trip, wltliln fifteen daja frum time swords hew to pieces other words let us employ the world's ticket Is purchased, and you tiuvo thirty with their two dc.ra tn all, to make llie journey and gut the Philistines the Lord throwing a grindstones. We will listen to their buck home. Tht rate it one far for IL groat terror upon them. So It was music and we will watch their ncumen round trip. Tliore is no question as to tlia then; so It Is now. The two men of and will borrow their philosophical route over which you tUouLI travel, forlb.re (iod on their knees, mightier than a apparatus to make our experiments is bnt one railroad enUrlng the Bute of oVer" i Philistine host on their feet and we will borrow their printing-presse- s Texas, which offers tha "Uoma otiok-- o of threa routes, ailhvr via Ueuiphia, I learn first from this subject, how to publish our Iilblcs and we Hhreveport or Ji'ow Orlean, and thai la dangerous it Is fur the ( hurch of God will borrow their s to carry c Hallway, which cpum the Texas & e will tho State fromEsat to West prsilne throuch to allow its weapons to stay in the onr CJirlstlHU HtTnture pnd hands of Its enemies. These Israelites borrow their ships to trausport our llamoit fertile Undt Correanotiisno.' will arivc might ugnln and again have obtained a missionaries by the undersized, wlio That was what made full InfermaUna m to rules, tlekrta aid supply of swords nnd weapons ns for Paul such a master In his dny. He not fnptrftrrt fnli1(rs. ahawln? lima of Mta and connections, and raujplilots de- - ilnstnncc when they took the spoils of only got all the learning he could got trains If rou rontera- - "m,o serlntlve of tbs country ,Minltl..i- l.ni tlmsn lsmllt of Dr. Gamaliel but afterward, stand! to have no swords, no ing on Mars Hill, and In crowded thor?s'Wo5r,awInMrb.'n U. Wonn. Trav Pu.s icent, sjH'nrs no blacksmiths, no grindstones, oughfare, quoted their poetry, and tehtion. O. J. A.I.,..,., M rit sA .. flu, .imltl, no active Iron mines until it wns too grasped their logic, and wielded tholr v. .. w u n, II NH UI-- , Jlkiau.a. w House, lnte for them to make any resistance. I eloquence, nnd employed their mythAcent, 10) Houtliern P.i-- s Ctiattannoca, Teon Uisru. U"ii.os,s5iiuth-er- 'see the farmers tugging along with ology, until Dionysius the Aroopaglto, Trave7ing AkciiI, 334 West iUIn St., and plows aud I say: learned In the schools of Athens and .their pick-axe- s I)Uitville, Ky. ("Where nrc you going with those Hcliopolis, went down under his treATTiiaTunvrr.R. -- "Manima, doesn't pnpa things?-- ' They sa. "Oh, we are mendous powers. Thnt was what gave llkoinuslel" "Yes my child: why do you of tho Philisin his day. over to kl" "Ho always goes out between the tines to get the garrison sharpened," I Thomas Chalmers lila power astronomy these things He conquered the worlds sets when tho band pUys "Philadelphia - ilon't vou 'snii; "Von foolish nifn. winllcoord. and compelled It to ring ont the wis'sharpen them nt home?'' "Oh," they dom nnd greatness of the Lord, iutll, llllt Four Hunt to Clilrago. i mi sjnd time, for ili litnrlrKTTittlis mlinna rare nit sangthtogether and allthe morning atars , .r- -1 .... Positivklt tiis otLr li.xt running s6hd .. i u the sons of Ood vrstibule.1 ir.lnt illrtct to the Wurld s K.lr ,lor" """"' shouted for joy. That was what gave tlrnuuds and slopping at the KxpoxUlon but n file.' tlstes. So it is in the church of Christ to Jonathan Kdwnrds lift Intluencc In PotiT.vxLi Tns ovi.T mi msklneconnec- - Wo willing to give "capt- his day. He conquered the world's .,, . ion lo Central I iilon Sti l..i,Unolnii , ' , are toou..,-- . metaphysics nnd forced it Into the servtlth tr.iiit oi i ne i k . ltii.y u ""' " v'"K H.K.T..V rtO Hv ,i.nd Krr.tui k. C'en- - that It has gobbled up the schools nnd vice of tlod. until not only the old tr.l Ri and C tl) Hr . ariildin? tlia dis the colleges anil the arts and the sci meeting-hous- e in Northampton, Mass., sjrrcibloirainloriK'cesiarv rtint her lines. tnces, nnd llio literature, nnd tiio but nil Christendom felt thrilled by his PosiTiyrtT van om.t u.nx anding patsen-per- s printing press. Infldelitj is making n Christian power. Well, now, my friends, at Bilbuibin .Sintlgns In tn all World's Fair Holes nnd mighty attempt to get nil our weapons we all have tools of Chrlrtl.in usefulHoarding Houses Hi transfer .f pifS'n-g-- r In its hand and then to keep them. ness Do not let them lose their odges. or bajrease. Ask fnrllelietsri.iTiir llio Foun Horn Vou know it Is making this boast nil We want no rusty blades In this fight. and be sure you cet tviem. 1) U. JliUTii, the time; nnd after u while, when the We want no coulter that can nut rip (ien'l Pass. Agent, Cincinnntl, 0. jrcat battle between sin nnd righteous- up the glebe. Wo want no nx that can street porter) ness hns opened, If we donot look out- not fell the trees We want no goad Vi iit filont tiemlemnn lo we will lx as Uidly off at thnso Israel- that can not start the lary team. Let -'- Here, my man, nrc ten pfennigs for you, ust look unl loll mo if my bwts wunt ites. without nny swords to fight with us get tho very best grindstones we Dlcttcr. and without any sharpening instru- - find, though they ! In the possession incnts. I call upon the superintendents of the Philistines, compelling tliem to Raatatn the Slnktni; flyatm. senso injunction is too of literary institutions to see to It thnt turn the crank while we Iwar down This rcrr.-.os to all our might on the swift revolving firn unheeded. llusines unxieties. over- the men who go Into the work, oxposuro must sud docausc mental stand beside tho Leyden Jars, nnd tho ' wheel until all our energies and md physioal exhatistinn, which lessens batteries, and the microscopes ties shall bo brought up to a bright, ngor and tells Injuriously upon the system. or telescopes, be children of O'od, not keen, sharp, glittering edge. ITuit mostbeaefleent of tonics and restoraAgain, my sublects teaches us on The atheistic thinkers of tives. Hosteller's B'.om-r- h Hitters, fTectual-- Philistines compensatf s for a drain of strength mid this day arc trying to get nl! the Intel- - what smnll allowance Philistine insofnervo power, regulates impaired Yos; these Phllls-grasweapons of this century In their Iqulty putR n man. arousal tho dormant liver and What we want are scientific ttnes shut up mines nnd they took the enders the bowels active. It is. besidos. a s even tlve of malarial and rheumatic allChristians to capture tho silence nnd spears nnd the swords, then tncy toon ,...r. liiAnt Christian, to capture, the the blncksiniths. then they took tho scholarship, nnd philosophic hristlans grindstones nnd then they took every-t- o A Ma. In Indiana has Jnat died from tobacco chewing. Tho music nt ills capture the philosophy, and lector- - thing but a file. Oh, that Is the way funeral should not bu n dirge, but an It Ing Christians to tnko back llio lectin- - sin works; It grabs everything. Itochester I)mocrat. i?lns with roblwry, nnd It ends with nlntfonn WbwUI give 1100 reward for any enso of We want to send out ngnlnst robliery. It despoils this fuculty and eUrrh that cannot be curud rvilb Hall's Schenkel und Strnnss nnd Itenan of the thnt fuculty, and keeps on until the the late Theodore j whole nature Is gone. Was tho man Cutr&cieroprs Pa,', XU0r' J-Christlieb of Ilonn; nnd against tho j eloquent before, It generally thickens TnE way outof It, for Australia, Is to set infidel scientists a his tongue. Was he fine In personal her puplfsta to killing Siliiman and llilchooclc nnd Agasslt appearance, it mars his visage. Was Plalndealcr. WIlIJl to CHJ)tItre au ,ho phllo-- he aniuent, It sends the sheriff to sell Tub evils of malarial disorders, fever, sophical apparatus, and swing nround !' him out-- Was ho inllticntlnl, it lassltnde, dfbllity and prostrs- - the telescopes on the swivel, until stroys his popularity. Was ho plncld, lion are avoided by taking Beecbam t rills, through them we can seo the morning and genial, nnd loving. It mnltes and with him splenetic und cross; and so of the Redeemer, ArTEB all, the dlfferenco between a true star uiincralogiral hammer discover tho utterly Is ho changed that you hearted girl and a flirt It only trifling Troy Press. "Hock of Ages," and ninid tho llora of can see he Is sarcastic and rasp-Philistines havo left eruptions yleUt tothoaetlon ,,"u, """" find the Hose of Sharon Ing. nud that tho fllr. Oh, "the way c want him nothing but u the lily of the valley." of Olenn's Sulphur Soap. a clergy learned enough to lIIscoo nf tlm tmnsLTessor Is hard." His cup Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, 60 cents. of tho human eye. showing it to be a Is bitter. Ills night Ih dark. Ills pangs Wire (to corpulent husband) "Stsnd microscope and telescope tn one instru- - nro deep. Ills end is terrific. Plillls-men- t, lust thero and let roo sit in the shade." witli HI0 wonderful contrivances, tine Iniquity says to that man: "Now, uumorlstlscho Dluctter. ' and lids closln? KO.000 to 40,000 times a ' hurrender to me, and I will give you all ' A DEAr man cannot bo legally convicted, day; all Its musilcs and nerves nnd you wan- t- music for tho dance, swift ills unlawful to convict a man without a Urncs showing the Infinite skill of nn I steeds for the race, imperial couch to bearing. Blttlugs. 'infinite (iod. and then windlnir un with slumber on. and sou sliull lie refreshed Bieot clothes havo a bod effect on the the peroration "He that formed tho with tho rarest fruits in basnets oi eye, shall lie not see?" memories ot ono's friends. Truth. And then golden filagree." Holiest lie music turns we want to discourse nlsnit thu out to be u moan. '1 ho fruits burst llio Comk to think of it. Isn't tho parrot a sort human Tho filigree is Intcgu-- ' rind with rank poison. ear, its wonderful tf mockingbird, tool vlbra-- ! made up of twisted snakes. The couch membranes, and jments ., .,.,ll iwini-s- . lu n irrnve. Small allowance of rest: Bom it peoplo ride a hobby as thev would a Hon. nml lis i0,,,r, uicycio simpiy ior exercise.' N V World, und its auditor nerves, rloslnir with small allowance of pence; small ullow- iiic question- "lie tnat plalltcu llio nnce oi coiiuuru iuiu, imiu, iuiiku e file. So It was with lieai''" And we Doubt Changed to Faith e.ir shall he nut to expound tho want nothing but a applauded man of his one nble first talre. the most chapter of (iruesls bringing to It the day. "My UtUrglrl Kitty had and the astronomy of the ' SeUcrt wltli a licmorrlinge oi tne K ""H I a skin dlseass which the world, until, as Job suggested, "the lungs In Pnrls, where he had gone to doctors called Ecitma, Hones of the field slmll tie In league" te crowned In the theater as the Idol causing her great agor.r with the truth, and the stars In their of all France, ho sends a messenger to with Its Intense Itching course shall fight against hlsera." Oh, get a prlejt, that he may be reconcllod snd burning. Seven or Church of (iod. go out and recapture to the Church before ho dies. A great clgbt pbyaiclsns gava us -these weapons medicines but to no good. Kitty Vox. men of Ood go out terror falls upon lilm. He mokes tho At tho earnest advice of a neighbor we tried and take possession nf il.n nlntform. ' place nil round about him so dismal HOOD'S SAnSAI'AIULLA with the result Let all the printing press of this coun-- 1 that the nurse declares that she would of a perfect cure. Her skin I s now as fair and tr sneak out for i l.,u .n.1 tho re- -' not for nil the wealth of Europe seo ' tlrar Many child's la town." Wiu.iax Foi, porters nnd the and the nnother infidel die. I'hlllstlno IniquityFair Haven, Vt. Hesure toget lloods. garn.iimrsnn.i I".,i.i,.i. - - : " , l.n.l- nromlsed him all the world's wciir musk to the Lord dod of truth. Ah, my lands, but in the last hour of his life, HOOD'S PILLS Cure all Liver Ills sent tenrtng when UlFeTe jnrnirirsTT great that daj( m.iKt rome, and If tho uoross Ho needed solacing, his nerves n his conscience and body nf hnst,.,n men have not Wlrld OrtblrlU So It wus with Lord - file- -a file. For rsnovatlnc the entire system, the faith or the oourage or the consoeliminating all l'ulions from tht erntmntodoit, then let some Jonathan Hyron, Ills uncleanness In .England Mood, whether if scrofulous or on his busy hands und on his praying only Mirpassed by his uncleannes. In origin, this preparation las no equal. climb up on the rock of hind- - Venice, thon going on to cnu ins , knees and In the n.,inl. of the Lord Ood limit misery at Mlssolonghl, fretting at of Iwnei slash to pn.. thoso literary his nurse Fletcher, fretting at himself, "For eighteen months I hsdan Philistines. If ti ,. will not bo fretting nt the world, fretting at Uod, I eatlnsr sura on inv lonrlie. 1 was HaVr treAtd.l tiv tiit hwal iihvftlft&njt. cut) vetted to (iod tljefr thoy must bo und ho who gave to the world "Childo nnd but obtained no relief t the soro rnuiuallr srew uVttrojed Harold" and "Sardanapalus," worse. I finally took B. h. H., and was entirely Again. I learn fro.,, this subject what "The Prisoner of Chillon" and "Tho cured after uilng a few buttles." , ,t..,.vu .,u....tt v. u. viEatunE, ucuuersoo, ica. a largo amount (f t,u chureli h ru- - istegu m murium, sources Is ucliuillv hidden, and unite- - but a file! Oh, sin hs great facility Treatise on Dlood and Skin Disreloped. The Ihl.l,, intimates that that for making promises, but It has Just eases mailed free. rwisu very rich I.md t,s land of Is- - 'uv. jrrsut facility for breaking them. A Tuk Bwirr Srrxirio Co., ........ .... . .i,.l li... i.. .n.l Cl.ldkn llfn Is the only cheerful life.. 1 AlUoU, Os. ".- lm! lion "mu NATURE'S HANDIWORK. BATTLE OF UKE. 'and yet hundreds '" one-hal- ' s Ix-c- occu-jian- e ro-ln- g 1 while n life of wlckod surrender is rv morso. pain nnd death. Its painted gleo la sepulchral ghnstllncss. In llio brightest days of the Mexican emplro Moutc-zum- a said he felt gnawing at his heart something like n canker. Mln, HUa a monster wtld beast of the forest, sometimes licks all ovur lU victim in order that tho victual may be mora easily swallowedt but generally sin rnsns. and galls, nnd tears and upbraids, and uies. is it not so, Herod? Is It not so. Hildbrnnd? Is It not so, llobcsnlerre? Ayel aye! It Is so; it Is so. "Tlia wav of tho wicked he turueth upside down." I learn from this subject, what a sad thing It Is when tho Church of Ood loses its metal Theso Philistines saw that if thsy could only got all the metallic weapons out of the liruids of tho Israelites all would be well, and, VA4.4..4.s4..4..s.i..j..s4.4A44...Ll.4..s4... 1 v : t You can Economize By using Royal Baking Powder to the exclusion of all other leavening agents. The official anagreater in leavening lysts report it to be 27 strength than the other powders. It has three times the leavening strength of many of the cheap alum powders. It never fails to make good bread, biscuit and cake, so that there is no Hour, eggs or butter spoiled and wasted in heavy, sour and uneatable food. Do dcalets attempt, because times arc dull, to work off old stock, or low grade brands of baking powder? Decline to buy them. During these times all desire to be economical, and V iMICHSI with Ill" nnntip, iiijiim Tim lllslna fun or ! :, t : t H : -- i -- i' : -- i s : "'"",',, ., I)nlbU,n.llhroniunir la p in, Huts 11 nrrnvfn sil. Kninil, snil llnts "i m-- "hi'1! ' I, lUnr. I ilsia rsctx mih trr rirf h - ft- I- t- rat''" n. i 3 RATE EXCURSIONS TO Hnscuiiii. O, Is talking nlKiitt build mi.' a lug hotel nnd opera house com-1.1 . lin-ini- 1 one-.stor- ' & best-fixe- d therefore, they took tho swords nnd th spears. They did not want them to have a single metallic weapon. When tho metal ot the Israelites was gone, their strength was gone. This la th trouble with the Church of Ood It Is surrendering Its courage. I hns not got enough metal. How seldom it Is you seo a man taking his position lu pew, or In pulpit, or In a religious society, and holding that position against nil oppression, and nil trial, and all persecution, and all criticism. The Church of Ood today wants more backbone, mom more consecrated bravery, mors metal. How often you see a man start out lu some good enterprise, nnd at tha first blast of newspaperdom he has collapsed, and all his courage gone, forgetful ot the fact that It a man be right, all the nawspapers of the earth, with all their columns pounding away at him, can not do hint any permanent tlamngo. It Is only when a man Is wrong that he can bo damaged. Why, dod Is going to vindicate his truth, ntul he Is going to stand by you, my friends, In every effort you make tor Christ's cause and the salvnt ion to-dadtfl-mic- t,n eur. 1 M llovoliiiul has returned tc dallies with his rheumatism -- I love-er.u- -- Arkansas and Texan VIA Tin: COTTON BELT HXIll I I- young woman is walk-im- : -- M : around Jprlngllohl. O , dressed lu -- i t- - 14.li k Itoynoldsvlllo. Loss. mils burned. t f mi ln., sJUHl.O.H). lira- - woolen Insurance, : I- odd. .; - sau tt sals, Ul 0 J,t froi tvtila aooj fn, l.li rnrfatlMlUiSlarasdtrtia ll. Joasa 0. f. A., IUT. Mmita.H V .. MaaifMa. taaa. lalnUI Wr W. fl, Aliaua, T. T. A, W II Hl'TTO", T. f A, I AtlRUHt 2 ROUTE, 3, 1803. Suhillla, Ht CkalUiwo, Tans. K W, Uallsal-ns.0- . I T. T. tiortngn of Insurance Agent (tiinn. of Lima, O, Is now placed (tt ri,. -- I -- I I- I- f 000. i nlifornia slher men wnnt favorable siUer legislation and froo coinage, II possible 1 Royal is the most I- arge t, tmeeo 1 of men. I somotlmes say to my w if r. rail-train- Pai-iB- - A sd n go-,ln- g "'ivs.-iiuuiu.- .r .. i. to-da- ,. ... ',, 5ohshlng."-Huifiorlils- oho n class-room- facul-electr- ic j ' "There Is something wrong! the newspapers have not assaulted me for thru months! I havo not done my dutv ngnlnst public iniquities nnd I will stir them up next Sunday." Then I stir them up, and all tho following week the dovll howls and howls showing that I have hit him very hard. Oo forth In the service of Christ and do your whole duty. You havo one sphere I havo nnother sphere. "Tho Lord of hosts Is with us and the tiod of Jsroh Is our refuge. Sclah." Wo want more of the determination of Jonathan. I do not suppose ho a very wonderful man, but hs got on his knee.s and clamliered up the rook and with the help of his armor-bearhe hewed down tho Philistines; and a man of very Intellectual attainments, on his knees can storm nnythlng for (iod and the truth We want something ot the determination ot the general who went Into the war and, aa he entered his final battle, his knees knocked together, his physical courage not quite up to his moral courage, and he looked down at tils knees and said: "Ah, If you knew where I was o.i goln; to take you would shake worse than that!" There is only one question for you to ask and forme to ask. What does Ood want me to do Where Is tho field? v here Is tho work? Where Is the anvil Where Is the prayer meeting? Miere is the pulpit? And, finding nut nhat (iod wants us to do, go ahead and do It all the energies of our body, mind and soul enlisted in the undertaking. Oh, my brethren, we have but little time in which to fight for Ood. You w ill be dead soon. Put In the Christian cause every energy thnt Ood gives you. "Wha--t thy hand flndeth to do, do It with all thy might, for thnre Is neither wisdom nordevico in tho grave whither Oh, is it not wo arc all hastening." high timo that wo wako out of Church of Ood lift up sleep? your head at tho coming vicThe Philistines will go down, tory! and tho Israelites will go tip. Wo nro on the winning side. Hear thnt on the winning side. I think just now the king's horses arc being hooked up to the chariot, and when he does rido down the sky there will bo such n among his friends and such a wailing among his enemies ns will make the earth tremble nnd the heavens sing. I see now the plumes of the Iord's cavalrymen tossing in tho nlr. The nrch-angWfore the throne has already burnished his trumiet, and then he will put Its golden lips to his own, nnd he will blow tho long, loud blast thnt will make all nations free. Clap your hands, all ye people! Hark! I henr the falling thrones and the dashing down of demolished iniquities '' er ho-san- SIGHTS ON THE SUN. Ilevelopments on the Kolas Surfaee. The ancients who believed that tho sun was as smooth nnd spotless as a golden mirror would bo nnspeoknbly astonished If they could seo It as It haa appeared when viewed with telescopes during tho past few yearn. Two largo groups, or rather rows, of spots, which are not vislblo near the center erf tha disk, have exhibited to a wonderful the terviflo effceta of the explosivo nnd cyclonlo forces that are now, Wonderful do-gr- - '.... ' r. le-In- tr ' rabblls.-Clovel- and j,. I I - Vol-som- tljk It month by month, gathering greater energy upon the sun. Holes largo enough to swallow up tho earth with plenty of room to spare havo been formed tliero In the sight of the astronomer; shining ban havo been shot across the dark chasms Hko bridges of flro; the twisted phenomena forms of thn great flatno-HUwhich project hundreds of miles over the edges of the seemingly black and bottomless pits have given evidence of tho operation of a mighty whirling power, and tho puncturing of the bright disk with crowds of comparatively small black holes tn the neighborhood of tho greater spot has shown that over hundreds of thousands of squan miles of tbo solar surface a treraendom rain of ejected matter is fulling back upon the blazing photosphere. Yet tho changes that these outbursts are able to effect In the oolar light and heat bear so small a proportion to th wholo radiative oncrgy of tha sun that it is still an open question whether lh earth feols them to a perceptible de greo or not. It Is only when tho eun bursts out with such overwhelming might as was exhibited by tho famous star In Coaslopea in 1072, or by a star in Cygnus in lBTfl, or by a star in Andromeda in 16S3, that the planets circling around It arts swept with flro. Thero is no known reason to believe that our suu will behave in that manner, at least In our time, and so tirrr-bod- y o oan enjoy tho marvelous SDeotocle of the cuntpots without apprehension for their consequences s "'"' 'r" I i,., - - CD ' urn-min- e, ' Culture of tho Hast "I said tc your bird, 'Polly wnnt a crackor?' but she didn't seem to understand me." "Well, you see, Polly was brought ur In lloston. If you had said, 'Does Polly desire to masticate a biscuit?' you would probably have had a different result."- - Judge. A Plot UnearthoiL Willie Dix What does boss fllos do when they lj punched? DU Whydoyouask? Vvtl-lie A .it mini I llr.tatrsil. SUBSTITUTE FOR SILK. A Hombay matt ha constructed n Maila nf CH- K I'rereaa liy Wlilrh II Is ot ten thousand SWAMP-ROOliedsteiid priced ami ( Womt. nrtii lin nn vis. It is thus described! r. A proiulueiit revenue oflloer of four Traiiea-- , inineil Hon, conceited nt its four corners with iusulxinliiiiitloti. tho giiuuil) dreMil Oreclnnilniusols During a game of oraps at Padiioah, the lilea of usIiik' eolnveli ns a Milstla at the head holding banjos, while thoso silk. The notion wns not Ky., a strange Negro named Yokiim tiito for left foot hold fans. new one. In HWl when, one ilay, nenr nt the right and fatally shot "sld Masvy. .....v.. the Ileitis, mead- ncneiiiii uio c"iii Hiiisivnii of tho cot,) The" Manhattan Athletic Club, of Menselmrir, 0ermnu.. extends tho wholo length covered ly masse twolvo dlf- - . York, sold at auction to ILinket ow s nnd trees were New the women nnd Is capable of playing "The inuslo I of vrcttll.ir blue colicl Adrian Isolln for f ivl.ooo of Hint town. Kith uuirrlod nml untniir-rled- , fcrcnt chaining air. moment tho least pressure Tho first lot of the new army rltle wanted to preserve souvenir of logins the will be out at brought to bear from the top, ' (the They, has ihenmienon. the htranifp by ouo sleeping or j Washington In tlieroforv, hy hpiiiniu, nmiln ornamen. which Is created Albert Moore, of llledvie Landing, lul strings and similar trinkets of the sitting, nnd censes tho moment tho Ark., shot mid Killed Will Davis Indliidual rises. While tho muslo l in eoliwelws progress tho lady iwtijidsta nt the hend both lined tho same girl. Hon h.ul jIoves innd ntochiiis with their the string Steamship City of Cliff, of Kingston. nnd niBtiipulat of eonunon lingers nnd movo their heads, whllo Jamaica, wns vdred for going Into New sent llii'se nrtleles together with damsel nt the liottom Orleans without a bill of health. lnatlse m the ralslnir of spiders, to tho two lirecUn There Is a The W'ood Carver's I'nion of New the HCHdeiny nf sciences at I'nris lu fan the sleeper to sleev Haven. Ct. Indorse (iov. Allgeld'a I7i. A oommlsslon wns nppolnteil for button nt the foot of the cot which. after a llttlo pressure, brings about a action lu panloniiiK the anarchists. !niiiiti theso proiKwItlons, to which cessation of the music. If such tss the Sixty unfortunate Chinese, nKin-done- the famous naturalist Ihv by the llnytian republic, are lonifiil, the Inventor of n thermometer deIro of the occupant. starving on a vessel at Portland, Ore. till learlnir hU niiiiin. He, hhowed It was a man of evident taste and Tho St Units Journal ot Agriculture thnt llon'n plnu was Impracticable. talents who engagisl In convervitlon pr, Kilmer Ov, ninihsmton, N. Y. denVicuey In Oentleroen. "I drn to tell rou Just bow I W estimates the world's not enough Hies could w ith a rcnnsrlvntitii nvenuo merchant. wheat this jear at one hundred million tho uplders hept for Music had left Its Imprint all over hi was, so that the juMlft ma know of jour for o Two yrairs bushels. lirerdlnjr. This Nerms to K-- rreillble. countenancr. Whllo lit voice was gen- wnrslrrful laat OclotT t had si1U of vomlUnfj I cmuM (lov Jones of Indian territory, says If one eonsldem that nearly Tuo.ooo tle his eye sparkled with expression. In my storsacb: the IVwtor the condemned Choctaw s will lie shot spiders would jirld only one pound "1 haf a nclioin," ho ald, "and not scs-- anrthlnc an.1 on August t. according to the sentence of silk lion's Idea was repeatedly all dot 1 need is to take up n subscrip- aaj.1 bs4 conaumrllon of lh stumsth In wrlfbti t mntlnuel lo revived, and particularly Amerienn tion of six of the court. do- tseUt lrr so fen thousand 00 Ilia. I wouM votnll as A company has Wen formed In South iplilers, yielding a more compact llar" "Indeed." "(ruts a fact I am and at or llmo sa much as three pints Dakota to bring etild wnves whenever thread, were recommended; but cloths out getting der money now. I have Mm, I'liysKlaiu snt limy lb people want them. The secret wllllie mads of cobweb silk nlways remain two dollar nnd a half alrctty." "What -. nh mu!Torin M .I.nj- -l ;r,rl.u!t!.&. Thus 111 TroiuS, placed en wle. Is tho Bclicme?" "Id giU only twolf werolrtrlUe." A ndshlor told us of your ad- a pair of Killd trotiM-r- s had The posse in pursuit of Miss Met my huatainJ got alslUl I luinert dollars to flro dor big Krupp den's assailant near Memphis Tenn , for which Smith Amerlcnu spiders had gun by Chicago. " "Vo." "Vol I am tisiklt to plntM blm. I usl all teltlrs of ( has Martin, who proved furnished the raw material. shot to death doing is to get tip a patid rot vlll haf a I am now iwawljr as wall as Heaumer, however, it out further than monopoly mi blaying Wagner mid a to be the w rung man. lOUISa., duuiy own work and tier I anishall wo Uirrow fnm A thousand men an" made Idle by the Hon. Krupp gun ncfouipahlincnt. "WashiUse rare of toy baby. I'.very on aaj. I w closing of iron founderles in nnd mals?" ho asked. "If a common wonn ngton Star. rrm Iht I,J, and many will not Inis nble to chance tho follape It rntii around Plattsburg. N. . . thai I m U11 lltln until they etioia aul On Oc totur S, t7T. tho I'nltoil State their own me, and then they can't Don Claude M. Thomas of Paris Ky., to silk, tiinn, with his higher Intellect. congress authorised a loon of IS.OW.000 Very rrstafully. -r I am recently appointed I'tilted States con- should Is nble. too, to make silk if for the fluted Mates faith wns rjr. wlue sul to Mnrsallles, Pranoe, will leave for similar thlnffs." Yet Heaumer fnllcl ls. Joim ClIAMrlSK, M. T. for tho payAntwern, Jsn. 10h, JMO. when he attempted to prepare silk of to W pledged to the his post of duty August 15. ot the same, with Interest This ment a. si. Mi Al l'ully ten thousand men are ldln at tfums nnd resins. In the meantime, congres also nuthurire.1 the establUh-men- t Sv&MfiuiTS ChisUII,! Tras Denver. KtTorts an- - being made to got mankind has ndvnnccd, chemistry has qfllce In eaah state, and of a loan t been preatly Improved, and at Haris. employment for them in other cities. tho ppptdntmont by the respective The Salem (O ) Columbian statue Kranee. they now nianufnctur: silk of states of n aommlssloner to conduct U Currt Piles. U that stood liefore the ' cold storage wood. Trial Frtsn. AtPniKglsIs 60a In tills respect, two methods havo be- each ofllcw. building Is to lwt us-- as a monument , hhoit-lghtgentleman chooses a to the unidentified dead burned In the come known of lnte that of Chardon-netglasses," he nod another of I)u Vlvicr, which inlr of spectacles, fire. American Cable Co. has entire rlgh both. In renllty, nro based upon the says "nro not strong enough for mo." tot lie cable In the t'nited States, and. same contrivances. If one. pours nitric "Hut. sir, they toarc No. ""A" "Whnt" No. "Na 1 to recover damages for past lufring-liients- and sulphuric acid, not particularly have vou next so s,iys Judge (ox, of New concentrated nnd lu a limited quantity "An-- after that7" "After No 1, sir, upon cotton, coiislstliiir of ccllulme you M'dl want a dug!" ork (woody Mibstancc), ona receives a kind Win D Winters aged twenty-eigh- t, - HallllT (to runil Justice) Your is nt List In jail at St. Ionis for forgery. of weak Kim cotton, that, placed Into honnr, there's a man In court has got a a mixture of ether and the alcohol, beHe has Mii,indered an inheritance oi I .simply stntc thatI am Druggist bill for ten dollar agin' you. Justice- ha'f n million dollars since he lecame comes a mucous mnas known n collo-iliu- tiiHsll I'll linn him Hfteon dollars for and l'ostiuister here und nin tlictc- Kxposed to the nlr this tnaM contempt o' court. Sec that he rewlpt fore in a jxsith-"t- i to judge. of ii go I have Lieut i harles C. Ogden. 'I hlrteenth becomes solid npaln by votollsntlon of the I'lll, an' fetch mo the odd live dol- tned many Cough Syrarrt but for alcohol. The two lars. -- Atlanta Constitution. . the ether nnd the l'. s infantry, was drowned near ten years past have found nothing Trench chemists nntned prejiarc of Mich, nt the home nf He I'rolKibly UliL -- "It doesn't take equal to IJoschcc'.i German Syrup. He was married only two wood a mass simitar to collotlium, that, Winans 111, does I have Kiven it to my luhy for Croup plnred In itnter, leconies solid nearly much to make you laugh. weeks ago. I laugh at almost aui thing, with the most satisfactory results, Large crowds of people from Pitts- Instnntnneously. Krom this mas, un- if" "No, "Hero nro omo of my livery mother should have it. J. II. burgh. Pa . opposed In Sunday opening der wntcr, threads nro spun that are sometimes." latest Joke. I know you will laugh at IIoiihs, Druggist and Postmaster, hnve gime to the World's fair, now that called artificial silk. It is a well known fart that artificial them.' "Nodoubt I shall." Yankee Moffat, Texas. Wc jircscnl facts, it is closed products) nlways nro Inferior to nntural lllailc Dr Zuhm's lecture at the Catholic Uoschcc'd living facts, of y This Is also the case with summer school at Plattsburg. N. Y., product. German Syrup gives strength to tho It Is the artlllclnl silk just denerlbed. I'riday was a startling one. He denied body. Take no substitute. the universality of the llood, and pre- Iflnvsy, It Is true, but It differs In some with tho natural or (,'ciiiiine sented many convincing arguments In decree silk, particularly with ltcombustibility proof of his assertions Maine than The (iermnn government will send It burns with a brighter Lar to Slam to protect the tier-ma- silk proper, wool, or even cotton stuff residents and their Interests Thi dles therefore, in wearingto such nre of lam step is taken partly lu res(iisu to the will do well particularly A urgent request of tho llanse cities, coming in contact with lire. ha Nevertheless, llio beRinnlntr leen which have commercial relations with mnile of producing artificial silk at tin Siamese ports. Anson Hardy I'erhaps tho time it ill In tearing down the old Pehdleton laboratory. come, ivheiijjnan will excel tho silk house lit Mnrtlnsburg, W. Vn built OAN KA8ILY UP. of silk. I"r over a hundred jeiirsi n go, old coins worm in tho production the present, however, tho silk wnrin CHANGED TO A HAND MACHINE. wcro fun ml of tho dates of 1773, ITM In this respect. I'lula und 17. Tho house was built by still excels man dclphU Ire.s. ul Capt. Strode, the J.T3T31JUH9 a i KNOWLEDGE Henry bt-- John Shepanl. "Hero they come, Now, is tt the A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Co., one The Photographers' association oi little blonde or tho firings comfort nnd improvement nml North America elected the following that you nrc engaged to?" "Well cr penonal enjoyment tihcn which one. gi". tends to CHICAGO, I Ma. officers: President Adam llelmliorgor, we'll watch nnd 'Jlio mntiy. who livo letrightly New Albany, Ind . first Into tho brown tono front, and then ter than iiseii. nnd enjoy life more, with AORES OF LAND others 1). Had, Coover, Chicago; secretary, J. I'll know." Inter Ocean. for .slab; Iha.Simr Tiri. levs expenditure, by more promptly A Hulcth Itillsoarj Kdward Hosch, St. Unils; treasurer, Oscar I nay, ('holly, hero lis goo.1 sil.iptini tlio world's Ivst products to In Mlont.ola. tauJ far Napa and Clrtu John .Schneider, Coliimbus.O. one. When I a silver dollar Hko n tho nceils of nfiyslcal being, will nttcst OiuriKT wlllbsaant loyosi Tbey Mr. nnd Mrs. John Fisher, the Intter newspaper? r I don t the valuo to licnltlt of tho pure liquid lara. C'holly I known in nearly every city in Ohio nsn know; when? Oscar When Its circulaxatlvo princijilcs embraced in tho temperance lecturer, celebrated the llf. lation is as good as gdld. remtdy, 8yrup of rigs, Add ma HOPEWELL CLARKE, IUcxccllcnco is dim to its prcwntitig tleth anniversary of their marriage nt 1d 1 t'umralwlontr, Hu Tsui, Minis .Mlddleport, ().. Tuesday night in tho form most nccepUbio and pica-nMARKETS." THE aHak Aaak to tho taste, tho rcf rrsliinj; nnd truly At Lima, O., Friday afternoon, Hert V7,c RfcuT,ui-.ri beneficial pnijiertica of n jHTfcct Hacome, a Hvcry man, laid down lu the July SV U.I.. tk.il.,1. ha tiamaa I Cincinnati. al T.a.,..,.J. S.- la ,UM1 circctually tlcnnslng tho system, ft S 00 office nt the barn and fell asleep. When o. w I nniui.li, im hi an iif li. il. 1 1) t holm tiuichrrs UM dispelling colds, headaches nnd fevers Sti;VluHorfa'X'lintir. Olilrnuu, 111, awoke about twenty minutes later, he 5 10 II II M ampla nnd permanently curing constipation. Aarali XV containing (IikkI pickers 6 70 UtHI HAVE SailiKsrS't'ai. IIM'I'. found IiIh pocket-boohe MUST lcillrtir mall SlIKKI'-Chu- lie 3M (J It has given satisfaction to million and firii. Mlarin. I mniaiiaa. Ilnrlvallf-tl- . Ilnlrsooil 1120 gone, I.AMHS-Sprt- nir tt 0U u b TO rl(i!nla.l luauw.lahl. met witli tho approval of tho mciHcal on. l',i. Hril.asck llrnliaril H.l.auSaralllit Samuel Ford n resected colored KIXIOK-Wln- Kr 1 10 family an C,, I'alla. profession, liecnusp it nets on tlio KidO 69 tiaatutjriiiu....i s;nnkv irul man of Hluefield, W. Vn.. has lieoti 31tAIN-Whe- 3 reit ... Xa. M 45 ney, Liver und Howels without weakKcrunlytot Catarrh la the I Ills wife nnd Charles Wilmurdered. Corn No. t inUrd U it to Use, and Cbeapi'st. I ening them nnd It is itcrfectly frco from Oilta No 2 mliol (t Si liams nrc suspected of tho crime, nnd itr-w a every objectionable sultniice. a M been arrested, while the former has to choice. (Ill Syrup of Tips is for salo by nil drug.. 10 (fl UK W Williams has escaped. (Inoit 1J no el71 gists In 50c and $1 IhjUI, but it Is manThe Jieeurlty Trust Co., at NhkIiii.i, fltOVlSlON'.s-Mc- sn 4117 fl .. iwrk. HoU liy rtrustk'lsts or sent tiy moll ufactured by tho California- Fig Syrup I.snl Prlinn steam 1 ft 9 tXt U)c N. I!., clood Its doors Thursday mornT lUielllns, wsrrrn, l'u Co. only, whoso name i printed on every BUTTKIt Choice dslrr .... II Is l ing. It hns cnpltal and surplus amount14BB A. N K-- 12. Trims to choice crrnmerr . package, nlso tho name, Syrup of Tigs, S 7S API'I.I'.S Ne, iier bbl .... !M ing to li.W.OOO. nnd Iwing well informed, you will not 1VIIK.N Mlinl.MJTO AIIVKItTISI.Ila I'l.KAaK POTATOi:.S Near, per tbL ... IH U TJ alaUUaa lH lie Ik Ad,rrllr..i.l la Ikla Accept any bubitituto IX oilerod. Judge Jenkins will not .resign from NKW YOltIC thu bench of the I'nlted Stntes circuit FLOUH-Prtl- rlu fancy I IS a I I hirU . WiJIli Ti'i court in consequence of his Indictment Na2reil 7. tt 11i by the grand jury ns n director of the rOICN-- Na 2 mlied W I9'lv OATS Mlird !B 31a Planklnton bank. I'UIUC-N18 w (lh 7J inm John Miller was killed near Pulaski. stcsrn UIOOJ Tenn., by his partner In the nucAoa BJ0 n 3 W pstinU business, Clocro Parker. lie fired five F!1UII-Wln- ter J rnl It l(tt pistol. livery ball struck shots from a No Jt hlcsfo spring tt Corn- - Nil. Miller, and ho died In a few minutes j 40' Oils H if't Miller wns advancing on Parker with rOKK-M- rsi Na I 19 7S I9 t7v, LAHU-Sle- sm 0 (A W nn open knife. llALTIMOitK. County Savings bank, Tho Johnson !''1.0tJIl Family t M ffj. 4 Pft of Warronsburg, Mo., hns fiustMinded Corn Mlxeil r nnd will go Into the linn Is of u ro u f8 Oils-Ma i celvcr. The bank has nmplo funds, I.AUD-ItfllMotit-iielle- custom house illle Seden, a young colored woman, was mysteriously shot nt Indlatinpollv ,ii. I and will die. officers wore Two killed nt Cologne while try lug to steal unexploded liomV Surgeon Weaver, oi tho soldiers' lioment Leavenworth, Kan., Is charged consignments of Sumatr.i wen' soled ntthe Philadelphia Economical Baking Powder. ' ovv vsj I I t- - vys'sfvy ,,yvTT VTVTVTVTVT" T T N. f ji 1 r-(wsui!-lUiot,n- d Tha roniMit ami mrttl T.Tt msil. Unilknothfr I.ys.ltN'tns; n nnspatdtrsnilt'Stltrttlnkcsii rnsk LYE 98 L rowDIKlD ah d rsuuasu (I'AIKNTIU) Ta. ll, Ma. F.WIS' Ho .spII t I. wialo with remotsbld ll.t. thu eontenu li lor ui. relrsrs resJyperfumM itsr.1 the tn W minutes vithovt toll. IU. 41t. riitawfrp niirK, disinfecting sinks, shtn bnttlM.Mlnta, Jl.TH'f'H IU. Meei...r. I'l elnscts. lli et firlemli Altai, !.. KILMKR'H 'II T full-slue- i) K-c- n d d CURED ME. Ktamlal. run-dow- im-ure- riluril ila4toif r.At.ir'.-Istil'Orblff- tt Swainp-llnota- "liy wr fin i te lllee ""." 'ss. tt nn,titySmi.i.T K&lUfr I d "Tht Tit-Hit- I "German Syrup" Ham-Imrtf- to-da- PAPER CUTTER SECOND-HAN- men-of-wa- Power Gutter. (j great-grandfath- $J$J iyyj&rixw: dark-luiirc- d t, 1,000,000 er-r-- nt lax-ntiv- o; I.IVF.STOTIC-Catlle-coaimun- -. .tiro i. 'wrn 1 .1 IllXIS-Uoinr- k t-.a uci !. Il'iso's No IIAY-1'rl- ine lOIIAUC'O-Meilluinl- csl. . H 1 illAIN-Whrat-- ow CHEW Nothing Likt It, LAItU-Wrst- ern (JICAIN-Whial-- No. V Satisfies Everybody. Horse Shoe PLUG. OHAIN-Wheat-N- o.2 UeJ but Inability to collect and the heavy runs caused the failure. The ollicors say that the depositors will be paid In full. Tho headquarters ntd 1'OIIK-- Mrs CAITLK-I'lr- till IIOQS at qusllty 4 CO g0) I Tt t7 f 01 THE POTINSULjTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED INllIANAI'OI.ia GHAIN-Wbcat-N- o.S 875 OTW . s I I .;,, fcium-jur- u 'Cos Dick Hicks hns got a hull hive full of 'em, an' ho wanted ma to take a stick an' stir 'em up. Puck "What are those lanterns we sec shining on the beach?" asked Hawley. "Thoso aren't lanterns," said Paulow, "They are the dlnmoud of U( proprietor's wife. ilarpar's liiuaj--, Dix ear-ring- s Corn-N- o. S reit of thu national Oata No. Srccl republican league In New Yotlc city LOUIHVIM.K. were formally closed Wodnerday and to Chicago. Andrew aitALV Wheat Nat red the effects shipped Corn Mixed...'. H. Humphrey, secretnry of tho league Oats Mixed lie wilier roitK Mess left Tuesday for Chicago, ara ningi! for the oH'iilng of the noa headquarters thoie on August T. FLOurt-Wlnleriia- lent I.AItU-Mlc- ft jj o (i ( i 110 (l I 2) U M 4.1 Kilui u i ,( GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN. SAPOLIO Wm iiruiirrXjiiJ.miJLajaXJujiri-JJsUaWj&W?JZ&bi.mMtfWM .m'.vr i: Muxi, AftMntea ''-- - a JttttffttM.!. aWrflsfc. j. .. f ' r - -- - h out of tho hills thou shall dlff brass." whllo a life of wicked surrender Is rsv 'nud vet hundreds of thousands of dol- - inorv, pain and death. Its painted glen initio bright hits' worth of this metiil was kept nn- - usepuieiiraitriiasuiness. ft. Womlrrfnl llomf In nn Arlmnis Tnnynn empire. Monte-I- n illlllculr. -- .,,1 der the hills Well, that is thethis diiv.- est ilnys of hethe Mexicaniiu? at his the Greit Fight for God .'"' felt gnaw said prnnd home, anil to liuild on nt rutmi heart It Is n the (lunch of Hod something like u canker Sin, HUo n like It would cost millions of dollars II Glory Its talent Is not developed. If nM. An.l yet tlic n thn forest, aome- It mnlil lie done nt of Its energy could le brought out. It monster vttiii ienst man who lived in It had hardly n d.dla Hie Oooil ClirMlin Nf,! "' " might take the public Iniquities of tho times licks all ovur (U victim In order he didn't lmj to UN name, lint then day by the throat ami mane J iiem nuo mm mo thuw may oe more sssliy on Dnitril Against tin- - liml rnmm l.l. liy Itoi.T. lloMltl inlmsf the house, Wnusp it "as made lo, the dust. If human eloquence were swallowcdt but crnerally sin maps, walls of Snliinn untitle on the rocky consecrated to the t.ord Jesus Christ, it and pulls, and tears and upbraids, and of years Is it not so, Canyon in Arizona thousands could In a few years MTstiaile this whole tiles, is It not so, Jlerotl A great throng of mam thousand I Jicrr is Is It not ao, Hobcsplerre? HUdbrnnd? npo, and has Wen roady for an won fnmi all parts of the n. nil .ind ..t iirth to surrender to tiod rmnt ever since. hrlstlun energy Ayel nje! It Is soj it Is six 'Tha way enough undeveloped nre gathered nt the Mon n i Like The. man who lives In It Is a pros"1',,r Mndl-soill the 1'nlted Mutes U bring the whole of the wiokcd he turueth upside down." a chiilltiMKiun hi I leurn from this subject, what a sad pector known as "Mike." What othei Wis. llev. Dr. Tulnno Numlny world to Christ, but it is burled vuder nnmn he has Is not known, and heshlet forenoon preached to u irunt multi- strata of IndlfTrrrnoe und miner wholo thing It is wheu the Church ot Ood loses Its metal Thoso Philistines iw It doesn't matter. He says he was mountains of sloth tude on ".sharpened Axes the lest up the canyon one day a ear or so I I. Samuel sill., s"" u"'n' Now, is It uot time for the mining to that If thy could only get all the npo. when he Jlrst n the idncp. and was no smith found throuirl"'"' H ,h' legln. anil the pickaxes to plunge, and metallic weapons out of the hands of brought out the Israelites nil would be well, and, thought it nas n house Imilt ly man. land of Isr.irl." etc. for this burled metal to therefore, they took tho swords nnd tha When ho saw his mistake he simply M v loving and glad mi hit ' "" to this ntid put Into the furnaces and W turned I hey took possession. Mike's house is truly tlliciiuiitcil host, OinntnnauN ( b1"1"" Into howitzers and carbines for the spears. old not wnnt them to handWhen h most deceptive piece of u.iture'R rkers and Loril's host? The vast majority of have n single metallic weapon, tian lhulcfiTors. (instiel iwork, and a titv useful one It Is on their friends from all part- - f en- - Christian In this day arc useless. Tho tho metal ot the Israelites was gone, belong to their strength was gone. This is tha canyon wall, nrouihly one tho sin and America, saints and sinner ino.st of the Lord's battalion feet aliovc the liottom, und n illtfhl My text Is gloriously ipproprliile The most of the trouble with the Church of Ood tllo reserve corps stone stcp lead tip to it. of natunil What a scalding subjugation the Israel- crew are asleep In the hammocks. The It Is surrendering its oouracre, l . It Is hard to convince one' self that ites were Tin llolitlnes must of the metal is under the hills. has not got enough metal How sel ft is not tho work of man until it Is ex- had carried olT nil the M.i. Oh. I It not time for the church of tiod dom it is you seo u man taking closely, vihen its enormous size and torn down all amined i.inithV to rouse up and understand that we his position In pew, or In pulpit, the a person know difnlone would make ksmitlW want ull the energies, all the talent, or la a religious society, anil lioldina but the shops, and alollsheil the In ferently. It is only and all the wealth enlisted for Christ's that position against all oppression, outside" wall Is over one hundred feet trade in the haul of Israel. Ho' had a particular grudge ao.nnst sake? I like the nickname that the and nit trial, and all persecution, and high. always Kngllsh soldiers gave to Hlucher, the all criticism. The Church of Clod toblaeksnlths. although I The door, which Is In pood propor- ndmlrvd them, and havelue They cnllrd him "(Md day wants more backbone, more dafl. commander. e feet hiffh. and thiniL-li- t tion. Is over twonty-flvoiiL-to have Ireti ioiih- - forward." W'c have had enough re nnce, more consecrated bravery, more the room on the inside reaches up and silf The rhlllstlnes woull n treats in the church of Chrlst, Ictus metal. How often you see a man start ends in n black vault th.it there is no allow these parties to work tin '.till- have a glorious ndvnnce. And I say to nt !u some good enterprise, and at tha telling how far away It Is. able mines of lira's nnd Iron in r might you now, as tho general said when his first blast of nrwspapenlom he has colWhen Mike wants a fire he justmake Hlsing up in lapsed, and all his courage gone, forhere "troops were affrighted or sfars they make any sw . ,..4 It on the floor, and the smo'io curls up were only two sword left in u ' the t.i- - .siirrups, 1.1- - U.. I - m.iiuh 1.. uic ,, Ii,,v, getful of tha fact that If a man be right, ins nun !.. I.. hi !. ills to tho top and disappear somewhere. land. Yen. these I'hillatlnr vent on lie lilted up ins voice until twenty all the newspapers of the earth, with This is Mimcwliat strange, as no water until they had taken all tin- grind- thousand troops heard him, crying out, all their columns pounding nway nt conies into the place and the smoke can stones from the land of Israel, so that "Forward the whole line'." him, can not do hba any permanot be seen coming out anywhere. Hut If an Israelite farmer wanted I" sharpen Again, 1 learn fiom this subject that nent damage. It is only when a scry likely poes through some fissure his plow or his a.x. he had to'o over to we sometimes do well to take advan- man is wrong that he can be damit Instru-uieut. In a cave beyond. aged. Why, liod Is going to vindicate the garrison of the Philistines to get it tage of the world's sharpening Hut Mike doesn't care wnero it froes. done. There was onVv one sharpening These Israelites were reduced his truth, ami he is going to stand bv He is satisfied with tho convenience, instrument lift in th, land, and that ton file, and so they went over to the you, my friends. In every effort ou r and thinks ha is the garrison of the Philistines to get their make for Christ's cause and thesttlvnt.on Me farmers anu ino me was a tile. house in the mountain. Tills of men. I sometimes say to my w fi cli.inics having nothing to whet up the axes anil their goads and their plow Ik moat strongly suirccstUe of ....tilt,.,. ,..., of rock ktttittli tilt tndtistrv w:i sharpened. The Hlble distinctly stntes "There Is something wrong; the nciw I .... tv. BKiliU.iAtiivi. - nn.l ... lut.Pl' l,in nl., p.. .v.... vun-.-..n ml work practically Jis-- a in the context that thev had no other papers have not ns.saulted me for thre ""Ji"'"" resemblance to , strong sino of the instruments now with which to do this months' I havo not done my l itv In lltn sll i i pnr vn Iil- mvn ilunlltnna The great Idea of the rhlllstlnes was work, nnd the Israelites did right when ngalnst public iniquities and I will tlr Tho thing Is nn Interesting curiosity Jhey they went over to the Philistines to use them up next Sunday " Then I stir the Nnielltei- disarmed. and, although It Is tha house of a pros to keep iron out of tl'e hills to make their grindstones My friends. Is It not them up, and all tho following night get pector now, there is a strong possildl swords of. but the would not have nny right for us to employ the world's grind- the dovil howls und howls, show a; ly that It may in tho past have .lone .,,,,.,,.,,, , ,,',,, ths iron. U ,1(.j. stones? If there be nrt, if there lw that 1 have hit him very hard, (lo f"rth . . duty as a home for somo member of the pli,(1 , ,u ouU, ,mV(, logic, if there le business faculty on in tho service of Christ and do jour lost races ot this strange countryman rno grindstotirs on winen to oring ino the other side, let us go over und em- whole duty. You havo one sphere I I'ranclsco Call. Instruments of agriculture or the mill-tar- ploy It fort hrlst'ssako The fact Is we have another sphere "The I.or tf weamins up to an edge. Oh, you fight with too dull weapons, and ve hosts Is with us and the tiod of .l,-odo to Trisst vnt We We Is our refuge Selah " The Dlbllcnl "IinJ of rienty" was not in 'poor, wenvsnless Israelites, reduced to work with too dull implements. s it with Texas, the craudest .S'ntn in tlie t file, how pitv ou' Hut these hack and we maul when we ought more of the determination of I Union An Invitation ti rxuiidel to ad m stroke. Let us tha n. I do not suppose he as were not forever to keep their to mnke a clean come and see, for to spo : to believe Yu sharp business a very wonderful man, but he got on over among are aurrl of a hearty lvelemne, and nu in- heel nn the neck of dod's children. iro n liU hnniW nnd !cn,es. men sharp literary his knee.s nnd clamlered up the nek and among expensive trip, for ohr.ip railroad rales will 1r,.ii iiits in lh Knulheal climbs up a great nick beyond which men and find out what their tact Is and w ith the help of his armor-beare- r be made from all t will be s.iid on Texna Hound trip to armor-bearennd then transfer It to the cause of he hewed down the Philistines; anl a Angust2nd and 3rd for two liarrcit axcnr-sinn- were the 1'hilistines. and his on his hand- - and knees, climbs Christ. If they have a science and art man of very intellectual attainments and can be purchased to anv pines in Texas, eood to stop off at uny pwicil on ilio up the same rock, and these two men, it will do us good to rub against it. In on his knees can storm anything for poing trip, within fifteen d)s fruci time with their two swords hew to pieces other words let us employ the world's dod nnd the truth We want something purchaird, and you liafu thirty ticket dura in all, to make Uie journey and gut the Philistines, the Lord throwing1 a grindstones. We will listen to their of the determination of the general buck home. Tha rate la one fare fcr tua great terror upon them. So It was music and w will watch their neumen who went into the war and, as he enround trip Thare Is bo qietiuo as to the then, so it is now. The two men of nnd will borrow their philosophical tered his final battle, his knees knoeUod route over which you kUouid travel, fortLtio not n their knees, mightier tliiin a apparatus to make our experiments together, his physical courage Is but one rullmaj rnUriuf the KUte of dod courage, monil and we will Ixirrow their printing- quite up to hi Texas, which offcra tha liom SnoUer" a Philistine host on their feet, I learn tlrst from this subject, how isioico of Ihrea routei, olthar Via 1rmpli'a, presses to publish our Hiblcs and we and he looked down at Ills knees and . anJ Ilia; la dangerous it is for the hurch of (io.1 will borrow their Khrevenort or Sow s to carry said: "Ah. if 3011 knew where I the Texas & PariAe Hallway, bleh cr'ii you you to take to allow its weapons to stay In the our Christian literature and we will was going th State from Eit to Wi ' ainc ttirDuch C"rrcpotnnoi' ai hands of Its enemies These Israelites Inirrow their ships to trnusport our would shake worse than that!" There its most fertile Und andersnjned. nUo mil me might ugain and again have obtained u missionaries. hrited by the That was what made is only one question for you to bis and full mformatioa m to ra'ea, ticket a id supply of swords nnd weapons, ns for Paul such a master In his day. He not forme to ask. What does (iod want routes, forward folders, showing umi of Where Is the field? here trslna and connection!, anil nuiphlots de- -- instance when thev took tlic spoils of only got all the learning he could get me to do if jon eontera- tnr Aminonities serlptive of tha country hut these Jsrnlltes of Dr. (iamallel, but afterward, stand- is the work? Where is the nivll" 10 icxas. limit pay iou k wrim plale polnK 'aremed content to have no awords, no ing on Mars Hill, and In crowded thor- Where Is the prayer meeting? Where us, and jour wants mil be jic n prompt J U. Wonii. TrJV I'u.s J(,'ent, spears, no blackani.ths. no grindstones, oughfare, quoted their poetry, and is the pulpit? And. finding out 'hat A A (JilXiuMKR, 'no net ire iron mines, until it wn too grasped their logic, und wielded their .18 Wall St . Atlanta Gi dod wants us to do. go ahead and lo it House, late for them to make uny resistance. I eloquence, and employed their mythApent, Kit d Hoiithern P.v all the energies of our body, mind Tenn Ilisrit H"n.o. Mnulh-rrt'liattnnooca, and soul enlisted in the iindrrtu ting. Traveling Agent, 14 West Alain St, 'tee the farmers tugging along with ology, until Dionyius the Areopagltc. their pick-axe- s and plows and I say: leirned in the schools of Athens and Oh. my brethren, we have but little Umisrille, Ky. are yon going with those Heliopolis, went down under his tre- time in which to fight for Mod. You t "Where "tih, we nre go- mendous powers. That was what gave w ill be dead soon. Put in tho Christian At tub TurxTrn -- "Man.ma, doesn't papa things?'' They sa hke muslel" " Ye, my child : why do you ing over to tlie gatrison of tho l'lillia-tlne- s Thomas Chalmers his power in hi day cause every energy that Uod gives you. goes out between the kl" HobIw.us to get these things sliarponcd," I He conquered the worlsfcs astronomy "W'bux thy hand ftndeth to do lo It icta when the band play " Philadelphia say: "You foolish men. why don't you and compelled it to ring ont the wis-do- with all thy might, for there is neither Hceord. 'sharpen them at home?" "Oh," they nor device in the and greatness i .... , nil for th4tsuiil time, of the Lord, iutll. wisdom all hastening." graveiswhither LA, llllt rour mrail in iniraxn. Oh, it not the morning stars we arc Positivxlt tiik ovir MX! runiiliig 6hd i.lorn Clod high time that we nm, .... wake out of us sang together and all the sons of "; to the Win Id a r.lr vi slibulcl iralna direct Ood lift up of Church hat was what gave sleep? shouted for joy. ti rou ii us ami slopping at inc i.xposuion but n file. Ontes. So it is in the church of Christ to Jonathan IMwnrds lift intluence in your head at the coming vie Ttir. om.t MM maklnirconnrc l'oIIIvxi.i We are too willing to give up our weap- his day. He conquered the world's tory! The Pnlllstlnes will go down, ti, tinn lo Cetilrnl t'nion e and tho Israelites will go up. We nro with Ir.iln ef iln- - U tc N It H.Q AC. ons to the enemy. The world bonsts metaphysics and forced it Into the kv Hear that on of (iod. until not only the old un the winning side K H. i: T.V &U H .i.ini that it has gobbled up the s, hools. and t) Hi Hv and C ino in Northampton. Mnsv, the winning side I think just now the colleges, and the arts i""l the sci- - meeting-hous- e vl.iotlx-- lines. thrilled b his the king's horses are Wing hooked up Positive!.! !:ie oi ! li.s aniline paisen-pei- rnces, nnu llio literature .mil ti a but all Christendom felt Christian power Well, now, my friends, to the chariot and when he does ride In C'lnesgo printing press. Infidelity is ui.iking at Hubutb.in sjlntiun to all Word's Vulr Hole a and might attempt to got all om weapons all have tools of l.hrirti.in iisoful-i- down the sky there will bo such a " transfer pit-llonrdlng Houes them. ness. Do not let them lose their edges. among his friends, and such a its hand and then to g- r or hiiggase. this fight unna You know it is making this last alt We want no rusty blades Incan nut rip wailing among his enemies ns will ask lor tu nets yn iiir mo H make the earth tremble nnd tho Mautix, the time, und after uwhlle. when the We want no coulter that ami be sure ynucri tiem. (ien'l Pass. Aguit, Cincinnati. 0. crcat battle between sin nnd righteouv up the glebe. Wo wnnt no n that can heavens sing. I see now the plumes of trees. We want no gond the Lord's cavalrymen tossing In tho iio itreft porterj ness h.is opened, If we d(no; look out not fell the Vrm Blout lie fore tin- - throne "Here, my tnjn, are "en pfennig for you , we will le ns badly off ah those Israel- - that can not start the lazy team. Let nlr The nrcli-angmy Dtots iil look nnl tell ino if Dltcit r. want Ites. without nny swords to fight with- us get the very t grindstones we has already burnished his trumpet, nnd polmhinc and without nny sharpening instru- find, though they be In the possession then he will put its gulden lips to his uients. I rail upon the superintendents uf the Philistiues compelling them to own, nnd he will blow the long, loud Sustain the Slnlilm; Sjitem. se, to It thnt turn the crank while we !enr down blast that will make all nations free. This common sen so injunction is too of literary institutions to to all our might on the swift revolving Clap your hands, all ye people! Hark! .ftpn linhprwli-riHlislnriM Miikielips. nvtr. the men who go into the work. oxiosuro must nnd docuusc mental itand the Levdcn jars, nnd tho ' wheel until all our energies nnd fncul I hear the falling thrones and tht phVBiGal exhaustion, "Inch lud dashing down of demolished iniquities electric batteries, and the microscopes ties shall bo bniught up to a bright igor and tells lnjuriutily upon the m item it teli -- copes. Ik- children of tiod, not keen, sharp, glittering edge that most beneficent of to'de and SIGHTS ON THE SUN. Again, nij subjects teaches us on Philistines. The atheistic thinkers of Hostetier's H'.omin h Uitlcrs, effectual-componats for a di.on of ilrnngth nnd this day arc trying to get all the Intel-- ' what small allowance I'hilistlue Wonderful IleTelopinenta on the ol s of uervo power, rrcuialrs Yos; thew; Phllls-gras- p weajions of tliisccntury in their iqulty puts n man Surfaee. arouvis tho dormant liver acd What we want an- scientific tines shut up mlues, and they took the enders the bowfls active. H n, besidos, a The nnelents who bel' red that tho m nee. and spears mid the swords, then they took eveatlve of malarial and rheumatic Christians to capture the i sun was as smooth nnd spotless ns a nhol.istlc hristians to cnpHire the the blncksinlths, then they tiMik the golden mirror would be unspcaknbly took every-tm hohtrship nud philosophic hristians grindstones and then they A Max In Indiana has just died from astonished If they could see it as It has tobacco chewing. Tho music at hit capture the philosophy, and lectnr- - thing but a file Oh, that Is the wny appeared when viewed with telescopes funeral should not b a dirge, U4l an be- sin works; It grabs everything. It lug hristians to talto back the leeturduring the past few years. Two lnrgo Hoehester Democrat. ing platform gins with robliery, and it ends with groups, or rather rows, of spots, which faculty and nre not visible near the renter erf thu We want to send out We will give lift) reward for nnv enso of against robliery. It despoils this catarrh tint cannoi bo curud nuL Hall's and strauss nnd lienan of tlie that faculty, and keeps on until the disk, have exhibited to a wonderful o Cutarrh Cure. Ta'ien inlerm y. P J tiast. men like the late Theodore whole nature Is gone. Was the man the burrifio effects of the explosive-anCutNZT & Co., Propra , Toledo, 0 Cliristlleb of llonn; and against tho eloquent beforc.lt generally thickens cyclonlo forces that arc- now, his tongue. Wushe tine in personal month by month, gathering greater enTnc way out of It, for Australia, Is to set inlldrl vientists. a her pugilists to killing rabbits. Cleveland Silliruuii an I Hitchcock and Agassi. appearance. It mars his visage. W as ergy upon the bud Holes large enough Plalndealcr. jWe want to capture all the phlhr- he nftlucnt, it sends the sheriff to sell to swallow up tho earth with plenty of e Was he Influential, It Tnr evils of malarial disorder!, fever, sophlcal apjuratus, and swing around him out. room to spare have been formed there ITO.ikncsi, lassitude, drbilily and prnstrs-lioWas he plncid. In the sight of the astronomer; shining teleso.m-on the swivel, until strovs his nonulailty. ure avoided by taking Beccham s Pills. through them we can seethe morning an(i genial, nnd loving, it makes bars havo been shot ncros tho dark snil witli lilm snlenetlc and cross; and so of tin, lieileeiner. the twisted Arrrn all, the difference between a true 'uiincrulopn ,tl hummer dlsmver the utterly Is he changed that you chasms llko bridges of fire; phenomena forms of thu gTetflatn-likhearted girl and a flirt li only triEinr. Horn of CI,n see ho Is sarcastic and rnsp- - which project hundreds of miles over "Hock of L'es,"nnd amid the Troy Press. the realms find the "Hose of Sharon ing, and that the Philistines havo loft the edges of the seemingly black and Hrd, angry eruption! yield to the action 'and the lily ot the valley." We wnnt him nothing but a file. Oh, "the way bottomless pits have given evldenco of of Olonn's Sulphur Roap. 'a clergy learned enough to discourse of the transgressor is hard." His cup tho operation of a mighty whirling Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, 50 cents. 'd! tho human eve. showing it to be a is, bitter Ills night is dark. Ills panga power, aud tho puncturing of the bright Wire (to corpulent husbandi "Stand niicr.iscoie and telescopn In one Instru- - nre deep. Ills end is terrific Phills-men- t, disk with crowds of comparatively there and let mo sit in the shade." Jutt with sou wonderful contrivances tine iniquity says to that man: "Now, small block holes in the neighborhood Uumoristlscho JJUictter. ' and lids closing 10.000 to 40,000 times a ' surrender to me, and will give you all of tho greater spots has shown that A ntir mnn cannot bo legally convicted, day; all its muscles and nerves and you wan- t- music for the dance, swift over hundreds of tbouaands of squari it I unlawful tn convict a man without a Uiiu's showing tlie inhnite skill of un ' steeds for the rare. Imperial couch to miles of tho solar surface a tremendous hearing. Slftlugs. infinite (iod. and then winding up with similiter on, and ou shall lie refreshed rain of ejected matter Is fulling ba.-of upon the blazing photoiphero. Kirn! clothes havo u bal rtlect on the the reroration "He that formed tho' with the rarest fruits in baskets eye, shall lie not see?" And then golden filagree " memories of one's friends. Truth. Yet the changes that these outbursts we want to discourse- ulxnit the out to be a moan The fruits biirft the are able to effect in the aolar light and to think of it. Isn't lh.- parrot a sort human Comb Integu- - rind with rank poison. Tho filigree is heat bear so small a proportion to the ear. lis wonderful tf mockingbird, tool vlbrn- - made up of twisted snakes. The conch wholo rndlatlvo energy of tho sun that membranes, uients. and Bom pooplo ride a hobby us thev would a tlim. ami its ehain of small bones, Is a grave. Small allowance, of rest: It la still un open question whether the N V World. bicycle simply for cxerclsr un,l its auditoi) nerves dosing with small allowance of pence; small allow earth feels them to a peroaptlble de. the question 'lie that planted the am e of comfort. Cold, hard, rough gree or not. It Is only when tho tun car sball he not lienr'' ' And we want nothing but a file. So It was with Vol- - bursts out With such overwhelming Doubt Changed to Faith fcoin i.. aid,, to expound tho first talre, the most applauded man of his might us was exhibited by tho famous cli.iptirof (iciu sis. bringing to It the day. star In Caaalopea In 1H72, or by a star "Mjr little Blrl Kitty had Seized with a hemorrhage of tho In Cygnus In lb"rt, or by a star In gi ologv nnd the astronomy of the tskln dlseaie which tho lungs in Paris, where he hud gone to Andromeda In 165, that the planets world until as .lob suggested, "the doctors called Eczrma, t nes ,,f hall lie In league" le crowned in the theater as the idol circling around It are swept. with fire. causing her great agocy with the truth, ,ind Mho stars In their of all France, he sends a messenger to There la no known reason to believe with Its intenas itching course Kbnll fight against Msera." Oh, get ft priest, tliat Iio may be reconcile". that our aun will behave In that manSeven or ind burning (I mr li f ihmI. go out nnd recapture ' to tnc uinrcn t'eiore no uics. a irreui ner, at least In our time, and so everyright physician! gsvn us this,. ie ipons Let men of Mod go out terror falls upon him. He makes tho body can enjoy the marvelous spectacle mfdlclnet but to no good. Kitty I""'- At thn earnest adrlc of neighbor we tried and t lo possession uf the nlnttorm. place all round aliout him so dismal of the sunspots without appranantlon ... IIODD'H HAIlSAI'AIUI.f.A with ths reault Let all the printing of this conn thnt the nurse declares that she would for their consequences. of a perfect cure. Her skin is now aa fair and tr speak out for hris't. nnd tho re- -' not for all the wenlth of Kuropo seo Cnltureof the Hast "I said tt dear as any child's in town " William Pox, porter and the twi. setters nnd the nnother infidel die I'hillstlno Iniquity Fair Haven, Vt He sure to get Hood s, editors nud publishers swear allegiance had promised him all the world's gar- your bird, 'Polly want a crackor?' but tn the Lord dod ,, truth. Ah, my lands, but In the last hour of his life, she didn't seem to understand me. HOOD'S PILLS Cure all Liver Ills, friend th.it duj must ei.me, and If tho when lie needed soluclng, sent tearing "Well, you see, Polly was brought ur SPEGIFIC great Ul of i hristi,iti men have not across his conscience nnd his nerves u In Hoaton. If you had said, 'Does Poll) So It was with Lord desire to masticate n biscuit'' jou the f.iilh or the iiiiirue or the conso-cu- t file a file. the entire fystem, urn to tin it, then let some .lottathun Hyron, his uneleanness In Luglaud would probably have had u different all potions from tha nt scrofuloua oi on In l.usj hands and on his praying only surpassed by his uncleaunesk In result."- Judge. malarial origin, this preparation has no tijuil. Venice, tliun going on to enu ins urn 1,1ms . mil. u n on tin. rock of lilli'l Willie Dix A Plot Unearthed. r.noi iukI in tin ii.. m. f the Lord (iod Unlit misery nt Mlssolonghl, fretting at What does boss flies do when they tl s!,i-,nurse I'leicner, ireiiiuir hi iniiiseii, punched? Ulx Why doyounsk? Wlb of tut,,,..... those literary ills , f t Philistines "Forelchtecn months I haiMn will not bo fiettlng lit tho world, fretting at (iod, lie Dix 'Cos Ulck Hicks ha got a hull nn I eating loro on my tongue. wai consul tid to liod theV they must bo und he who gave to the world "Chlldo hive full of 'mil, un' he wanted me te treated bv local idiMdCUus. and take a stick an' stir 'em up Puck and "Sardnnapalus," Harold" de.trojed but obtained no relief i the eoro gradually grew worse. I nnallr look H h B.. and ai entirely Again. I leani from this subject what "The Prisoner of ( hlllon" und "Tho cured after uilng a few botllei." "What urn those lanternb we sec large amount ( t,,0 church's re- - ("lege of Corinth,' reduced to nothing u, u, juci.EUOHr., ncnaerioa, iex- - ( d but a file! Oh, sin bs great facility shining on the beach?" asked Hawley, unirees is ..einuilv hidden, anil " lanterns." said Paulow, '1 lie llihle Treatise on Illood and Skin intimates that that fur making promises, lint It has Just "Thoso aien't nulled free. nas a vei v r.ih uu, i,is land of Is- - in. grs.it facility for breaking litem. A "They air the diamond eartiugsof U Tu Bwirr Errcino Co., Hurpor'a 11 a jar. e; i. I .. wn .. 1... It ..., ., n oil Christian life is the only cheerful life, pioprielor'a wife. -Atlanta, Uk "s NATURE'S HANDIWORK. BATTLE OF JCKWS Hi. ITK3IS. "1 : , y tianl Parvlsdled of sunstroke at one-hal- f - ,!... Coniiersville, I lid. Ihioeu' place will not i oiigiessman K tilled by Mor McKlnlcy. II i (larrett's drug stote burned at l.n enville. Mis. Loss, IIP0.1KHI. Corn, aged H.V was drowned I .il tinne, 0.. while swimming. nt ,,nr ouug ladles at .Nantucket, t,!ss rescued a Isiy from drowning. sherman llonr succeeds Prank I). Al lrn .is I'. S. district attorney at Huston. , the Trunk Line association is con-fi uiig in Now York about freight i I -- J : -- i : You can Economize nn un? nr nrrriurn -- : : -- i : By using Royal Raking Powder to the exclusion of all other leavening agents. The official ana- P- 1'nsii.i.ls. snj Taints which lUlt nii n.r,,.-.- .. II,. hsn.l. Injiimlimirnn 10 iln nii fnoT I'olnh li llrlllljnt. isiorTl.e miiUhsMnsurosiiHijp i i... H.ir.bl. r pmifs ulihovurr tmrvtisw, with rsli ils -- t -- I' l :i (jo-in- s rlll.netina. n.-- a O, Is talking about build lug hotel nnd opera house cum i : -- i . 1 I. linn-dre- levetnnil has returned ti i. sident i. aides with his rheumatism i,r cm. voting woman is walk-in,- ; around Springfield. (I. dressed In I l.ive-eraa- v i., i : -- i : to-da-y. li Miiri-rliiff- Ileynnldsvllle. Ill . the woolen t mils burned, loss loo,OiH), Insurance, he shortage of Insurance Agent i. umi. of Lima. ). Is now placed at I "'. --i i f ...ixni one-stor- ''hU-istin- t eon -- i greater in leavening lysts report it to be 27 powders. It has three strength than the other times the leavening strength of many of the cheap alum powders. It never fails to make good bread, biscuit and cake, so that thcie is no Hour, eggsor butter spoiled and wasted in heavy, sour and uneatable food. Do dealets attempt, because times arc dull, to work off old stock, or low grade brands of baking powder? Decline to buy them. During these times all desire to be economical, and 5. - N t- - : - EXCURSIONS TO 13 i RATE Arkansas and Texas COTTON MLT ROUTE, AuKiiHt 2 und 3,181)3. t rmis I wltu w no4 b- - O.T MSTTIII". I' ivtu S I - r initM hall w lb r iii I M'A i' 1. Tinn rsln.H nu fl rsisll Jniri.il. t. U.silSli t- dsfl S,1tlffl HAM ts.. , Uimi I Sj u r w rt, jiiuss, T r. 1., KuklllK, TtllS T A. si lsis !' .E lEWIS' 98 rOWDERED LYE ANDrmrUHtD i ulifornla slher men want favorable silier legislation and free coinage. II somi-tinie- s 1 possible .irge consignments of Sumatra t, Ki.vo were seized nttho Philadelphia iistoni house illle Sedcti, n young colored unman, I . I Royal is the most Economical Baking Powder. 1. irAlftillftKI I.r The itrona'tt snd msiln t n 'ke oihrrI.ys.lt In scn is ens rowdcrSDdpscked lid. ttia eolilents oi rem resdj "r use Will ln( rfumist lUr.t rrslie Ihe J nuruitcs mWsIii Scspts rrf( rslavs i- ,ti - lij It l r--. V- oi-l- s I is ... mysteriously shot nt Indianapolis, mid will die I v vvTvTvTvTvTvTvTvYvTvT 'yVy' A - olllcer were lwo lolled nt Cologne whllo tr)lng to ste.il unexpUxled Surgeon Weaver, oi the soldiers' home at Leavenworth, Kmi., Is charged ls SUBSTITUTE FOR SILK. lilrll ll Is M.U of I'rrrrss l. ss foli- r, best-fixe- d pros-(secto- I ..... ! n' v 1 1'hll-Istine- tn-k- r, Alls-r- t Mm ire. of Hledsoe I a ml log. Ark., shot and hillcsl Will Davis be cause both loved the same girl. steamship I itv of HIT, of Kingston. for ging Into New Jamaica, was Orleans without a bill of health The Carvers I mon of New Haven, t t . imlorsr (iov Mlgeld's action in pardiinintf the anarchist. Sixty unfortunate Chinese, arsan-lonebv the lii.vtion republic ore starving on a vessel nt Portland, (hv The st Loni Journal of Agriculture with instilionliiiation. Dining n game of craps at Pndiienh. Ky., a strange Negro named Yokuui fatall) shot sd Mney The Manhattan Uhletle Club, of New York sold at miction lo Hankei Adrian Is.liu for HMIOiK) The first lot of the new army rllles will be ont nt (the Washington in srptemln-- r vlnl Wil il 1 Orli-an- rnil-train- In estimates the world' tlenViciu-wheat this ear at one hundred million bushel. (Iov Jones of Indian territory. wy the condemned ( hncUiw will Ihj shot on August t, according to the sentence of the court A company has been formed In South Dakota to bring fold waves whenever leiiplc wont them. The secret will bo v prominent retenue olllcer of rnmce, n lined Hon, conceived the Idea of using cobweb ns a substitute for sill. The notion was not a . new one. in lOiv.-- when, one da), near Merseburg, (lerman. the fields, mend-iw- s nnd trees were covered by masses af ivcnllnr blue eobwetis. the women at that towu. lsith married nnd unmarried, wniitesl to preserve Mmvonlrs of They, the strange phenomonon Iherefore, b. spinning, made ornamental string and similar trinkets of the fobn ebes. Um had floves .and st.wklngs of common cobwebs, nnd tent these articles, together with a treatise on the raising of spiders, to the academy of sciences at I oris In A eommlsslon was appointed fur 1709 .taming theso propositions, to which Ihe famous naturalist rtcouiuur belonged, the Inventor of a thevnometer Ho showed still liearing bis name. that lion's plan was ImpracticaMe, lieeanse not enough flies ,s.uld lt pn- unil for feesllng the spiders Uept fur breeding This seems to be credible, if one considers that nearly TuQ.ooo spiders would ield only ono psnind of silk lion's idea was repratetlly revlveit. and partleolarly American piders ylrlding a more compact thread, were recommended, bat cloths ma do of cobweb silk always remain A Mont-elleil rt Nlul uf VI ixiil. manipulate the atrtms with their fingers aud move their heads, w title tho twotirecuin datasels at the Uilt.un 1'here is a fan the sleeer to sleep. button at the fool 1 the rut which. nftorn littlo preaaaro, brimrs about a revatiou of the music. If such Is the desire ot the occupant. Pi llombny man has constructed a nt ten ilimisnnil liedstoad prler.1 It has rupcis. It Is thus ilescrllnsl nt Its four corner) four full sued, - thoss gntiililt dressed ilreelan damselsnt the head holding banjos, while those nt the right and left foot hold fans. Ileneath the cot is n innsleal lis. w Inch extrnds the whole length of the ml and is capable of playing twelie .Uf "Ihe niusio fcrcnt cha..inng nlr, begins the moment the least pressure has been brought to bear from the top. which is created by oue sleeping r sitting, and ceases the moment I lie Individual rises. Whllo the music is in progress the ladv bandsts nt the hrs.l A .lliulul llrdstrsil. tvsssanMvsa lrl.. "K ,..-- . .Ml, . ,1I. r, ., S Dlt. KlI.TlICUb irecsnttUm dliintff'inir slnkf. mint .orilni holllrs rslnts, .-l - M s.sVsl TNT'IMM. Ilia liesl furclratnlpt I'llll.A.. I', SWAMP-ROO- T w lt-- u '' k,iu( .!,, den's nssailaut near Memphis Tenn . shot to death has. Martin, who proved to Ih the wrong man. A thousand men are made idle by tho closing ot iron founderlcs in and around Plattsburg. N Don Claude M Thomas f Paris, Ky., l recently appointed I 'lilted Mates to Mnrsaille I'rnnee. will leave for his post of diitv August li. 1'ully ten thousand men are Idle at Denver. KlTorts nro being made to get employment for them In other cities. The Nilem ((I ) Columbian statue that stood Wore, the cold storage building ts to le used a n monument to the unidentified dead burned In the eon-Mi- placed on sale The txisse in pursuit of Miss Me ad- - fire. 1 , ser-vic- American Cable Co. 1ms entire rlgh to tlic cable In the I'nltiil State anil to recover damages fur past Infring uients. so says Judge I ox, of New v in II Winters aged twenlv eight, is it last in jnil nt St. Iotiis fur forgery Crn-tri.- Wk r s w-- n ho-sjn- . It-s- class-room- s s rcstm-a-ios- , - uon-uro- ' l o ' ' r. ' - J de-tli- ' s tr o 1 ' ' of (apt. strode, the Henry St. John Shepard. The Photographers' association of North America elected the following olllcers: President Adam lleimberger, New Albany, Ind first 1) Had, ( oover, Chicago; secretary, J. I'dnard Kosch. St. Louis; treasurer, John Schneider, Columbus, (I Mr. and Mrs. John I'isher, the latter known In nearly ever) city In hlo nsn temperance lecturer, celebrated the fiftieth (unlive rsnrv of their marriage nt Middleport, O Tuesday night. At Lima, ()., Friday nfternoon, llert Hacome, a livery man, laid down in the office at the barn and fell asleep When he awoke nliout twenty minutes later, containing he found his pocket-boogreat-grandfath. t, . lie has squandered an Inheritance of li.i'f a million dollars since he of i.ire Lieut t hnrles C Ogilen. Thirteenth I' s. infantrv. was drowned neur llmii-bti, Mich, at the home of W man lie was married only twe weeks ;ign large crowd of people from Pitts-burh- . Pa , opposed to Sunday ociilng have go'ie to the World's fair, now thnt it is closed jihm's lecture at the Catholic Dr summer school nt Plattsburg. N. Y , I ridti) wn n startling one. lie denied the universality of the tlnod, and presented many convincing argument in proof of In assertions. 1 lie lierrnan government will send men to Siam to protect the tier man residents and their Interests. This step i taken partly In response to the urgent request of the llnne cities, winch have commercial relations w itli Siamese ports In tearing down the old Pendleton house nt Martlnshurg, W. Va., built over a hundred years ago, old coin were found of tho dates of I77:t, I'M and 174s. Tho houso was built by r of-w- It was a man of evident taste and talents who engagod In eiinvrrsatlon with a rennsrlvanla ovenue mcrs'iiant. Music hail left IU Imprint all over lu euaslenanee. W hlle tils voice was gi-tlo hta eve sparkled with eipression. at scheme. " ha said, "and "I liaf a r all dot I need Is to take up a snbserip-tlooi sis ndrr sefen thousand dollars " "ludeeit" "IVtA(aek I am oat getting der money now I hare twoilollr and a half alrettv " "Wliat tiriusili,. Thus, Um Fmos-l- i uluru; is tho "Id gsssta only twelf istd'drblgny had a pair of solid truers hunerl dollars to Are dar big Krnpp for which South American spiders had pin ty iTiicsgo." V. "Vot I am furnished the row material. doing hi to get up a paad vot vllt bsf a Iteaumer, however, went furthjr than inonopidy on blsjiag W'agner mid a Hon. "Why shall we borrow from Krnpp run aeeompanimont." 'ash-litglos ho asked. "If r common worm Ktor Is able to change the foliar '' paU Oh OetoWr a, tTTrt. the I'nitcd States higher intellect, silk, mnn, with his ooo should N able, Um, to make silk of congress authorised a loan of f I was similar things." Yet Iteaumer fnlle.1 for the I'nitcI Mate winwforfaith pa the when he attempted to prepare silk of to be pledpe lo the traders iln gums and resins. In the meautimo ment of Ihe same, with Interest the isttldisl-menmankind has adrnnccd, chemistry has coBgress aalso authorizedeach st it.- un d of loon rifflco In been greatly Improved, and al Iarls, France, they now tnnnufaetugj silk of tho appointment by the rrp-ctnstates of a oomnilssknicr to conduct wooib tu this respect, two methods have be eaeli ofllco. gentleman chooses a come known of lnte that of Chardon-net- , he nnd anoUicr of l)u Vlvler, which pair of spectacles. "Tlmss. "aro not stronff enough for me ' both, in rnllty, are based upon the sn What If ono pours nitric "lint sir, they aro Nu : ' same eonlrtvauce.s. ' V and sulphuric acid, not particularly have um next to No concentrated and in a limited quantity "Aul .iflcr thatT" "Aftir N,. I. sir apon cotton, consisting of cellulose you will wont a dog! - I (woody nulminncr), ono receives a kind justice! -- Your llaiUU (to rarol of weak gun eotUiu, that, placed Into honor, there's a man In court has got a a mixture of ether and the alcohol, bill for ten dollars agin' vu Justice n mucous mass known as eollo (i,l! I'll One him fifteen dollars for ilium. Ksposrd to the air this mass contempt or e.mrt See that lie receipts becomes solid again by votolijuitlon of the ill, an" fcUh me the odd five d Ihe two tars -- Atlanta! onstitution the ether and the alcohol Trench chemists named preparo of It doesn't take He Probably Hid wood a mavs similar tocollodlum, thst, w di. discs placed In water, N'comes solid nearly rau. h to make you lauh, instnntnnesmsly I'roui this mass, un- it" "No, I' laiiKb nt almost anillung, "Hero are s.inm of uij der wntor, threads aro spun that are muiii times. l.iti s jokes. I know voti w ill laugh at culled artificial silk. ' ankre 'Nodotil.l I sliull It is n well known fart that artificial tin in products always aro Inferior to natural HUdc This Is also the case with products. It is the nrtlllcial silk Just doseribed glouy. It is true, but It dillers in some degree with tho natural or gciiuiuo silk, particularly with It corn bust il.il.ty It burns with n brighter fl.mie than Lasilk pniper. wool, or even cotton dles, therefore, in wearing such stuff will do well particularly to lien are of coming In contact with fire has twen Nevertheless, the made of producing artificial silk at I'erhans tho time will come wheiijnan will oxcel the silU I r worm In the production of silk the present, however, the silk worm Jtfttf I'h.l.i J1I still excels man In this respect. dclphln, l'rcss. KNOWLEDGE "Hero they come. Now, is it the om little bloudu or the brings comfort nnd improvement nnd that you nru engaged to?" "Well ei tends to personal tnjoynielit when we'll watch nnd seo which one g' rightly used. 'Hie many, wlio live let Into tho brown stnno front, mid then ter than others ami enjoy life more, with I'll know." Inter Ocean. Icm rxiKriuIitiirr, by mora promptly Oscar I say, ('holly, here Is a good aiLtptiiiR tho world's Isst pnxlucU to one When is a silver d dlar like .1 th" noiiU of ntiysieal Ining, will nttrst ( holly I don t tin- valtio to lieiillh of the jiuro liquid I er-- r r newspaper l.ixitivu principles embraced in tho know; when? Oscar When Its circu rcn rdy, Syrup of 1'igs. lation is as good as gdhl. lu cxcfllcncc is duo to iU presenting. in thu form most nccrpumo and plcns- THE MARKETS. nnttotlio tnstr ., the r.lreMiinK anil truly lax- bcnchci il pro rtua ot CiirwNATi. Jul? t n n Brh.-me?nnl-malsIn-t- o jissrs s sM.ndrrful of vomltln! I rouM Ust Oetols" I hd l"-liel kers siiylhltu la mjr (tonisrh, the Dortnr itssaisch snd l csiBsuiarll0" "' aht I t In lanetst enntlBii! to run-J.-o- n ( DO llis. I would vomit Mus XMf, B1 st one lime murh m Ihrra plnU l thrf llisiiksnl of the wet.s-" "-- . r s"T-rt2- rt ii.ii cy se --as toM u of jour sirre lerrltile." A Snup-Hel,n- d i"r bu1bJ ot l)IU. I turn. I uol st! Uitllr (if tm.klt to H w neeily sn11 1 m 8aml-rr I ltlnlk.. do mj own wink snd tri) rmj Just ho t ilntleroen "I d.-- r wu, tn that the t'lle msy knnw of jout KUrrwr A CURED ME. OCk.Ili'f'isoitoo.N. V. imiii1Ioo. To 10 lst nrttitr tkecrrofmj ULr. nit, rrmm Iht ttt I o' . and rasnj will not bo. am till) 1111112 until lb come slid im, ni then trier csn't Iwllete their own I .' u Evwr tvae sal. rim. sin - ti; Wfls'o Jn leih lwt VVAMn KLX nool ! lklmf . Has. Vrrr John fiUMrist, .." rrstfut)r. Antwerp, N. T. ii,.iik-u- j .,.iu.. o.u. i.Trr f K0nM ' . Uila rtufcmfcs, Cures JtJ , e aW TriirrMvAii)iiiKitiWV " .. n u&o Anointment Wet. . Mhort-alifht- gla-vscs- 1 "German Svrui) 55 I impl st ite tlntjl nm PniRglst iti.l I'osiin isi r here ntul nm tlicrc-for- e I have in .i jKisiu.iti to jmlj;r ' ten years just have found nothing eou.tl to Hoschce s (icrtuan Svnip. I have given it to m luby for Croup with the most satisfactory results, livery mother sin uM have it. J. H. Hmbbs, I)rtij;KLst nml I'ostrnastcr, Moffat, Texas. We present facts, lloscliec'sj Iiviiik facts, of German SvrupKiveH strength to tho JI boily Take nu subslitttte. to-da- y tricl many CuukIi SyrtirH tint for PAPER CUTTER FOn A J3j3lIj3I1. SECOND-HAN- m Anson Hardy Power Gutter. CAN KABILY UK CHANGED TO A HAND MACHINE, '," .,- iVDllll!n A. N, i dnrk-hnin-- d Kellogg Newspaper Co. I CIIK'A(H), Mil.. ACHES OF LAND for lilt li thsSusT I'tl'L 1,000,000 tuvrsst Al,ln-- s ffu.l for Mir sn.l iu Mianfsou Trior will bo nnl lojou luinii luii soin ilrru-U- r. ni-;rl- ct I.lVF;s,TOrK-Caltle-commu- nl!i t holec tiuicrirrs IKXIS-Uuiiim- on I & H .HO HI U I 40 ' s - ' ' ' ' gone. h'amucl Kord n respected colored man of liliielichl, W. Va.. has been murdered. His wife and (harlesWil Ham aro suspected of the crime, nud the former has been arrested, while Williams has escucd. 120 HIIKKP-ChiiI.AMItS-Hlirt- UisKlpickirs lre Di; . JHAIN-Wh- est Nu. Srwl Nu 3 red . Corn Na S inljiU Oils No mlicd ll)e No 1 HAY -- Prime turhulce . lOIIAC'O-Mrdlum .... ..() nt t ... 4 5 to JM II USUI & W 6 110 70 SS U (.5 M M O) The Security Trust N. II.. Co., ' -- . ' SWIFT'S SM & 3 7S ing to t'J50,000. I'OTA'IOKS-N- ew M a, I 7i bbl .. Judge Jenkins will not resign from NKW VOItlC. of the I'nlted States clreiiil FLOl'll-I's- Ir the bench In finer ! ll 1) I O I Inrd . Til',i T!'i court In consequence of his indictment No.Sre.1 Ti it li'i grand jury as u director of the "nie.N No. Sullied by the 13'i't '" 31 3ATS Mixed t XI Planklnton bank. IB 0U I'OKK New mess (IS7 John Miller was killed near Pulaski ... steam ll""1 Tenn., by hi partner In the HlCAOa Wlntir business, Cicero Parker, lie fired five FIlltK -- Ult, :,l piiimu .... 8TO a 3 Ml No tJIIAIN cj r. rrd .... shots from a pistol livery ball struck No ti hirsiro aprloK ti ' lUitn Nu t Miller, and ho died In n few minutes 'j on,, Oiu-.NJ o l!i is , wns advancing on Parker with POKK-Mr- as 'a Miller ., 13 T. r.AHU-Slcnn open knife. ll & u u'. llAI.TIJIOItn. Tho Johnson County Savings bank, I'l.OUIlrmnlly IW (SIM of Wurronsburg, Mo., has suspended OICAIN Wheal No.2 in, 1 . lltAIS'-Wheal-lAHI)-W'rsirrn g am U ing. It has capital and surplus amount clood Its doors Thursday morn- at Nashua, JinTi.u-crioifi.ii.- iirr . llix.il ... llnVISION'S Mr purk. .. l.arn i'rline stenm ... Wf ... ... .... (& HMfO 10(0 UI3 W IJ W HIH7S 4tl7 Ml is is It it XI I'nmo to choice cnaiiierr I'lM.P.'s Ne r lbl .... R it (( 0 f in ticctu mi) . icniiMiK un. Miem, dlsiH'lliiii; col iln. In adai lies and fivers and permanently curing constipation. It lias given satlsfm tioii to millions ami met v. ith tlie upprovnl of the niedual prnfi sioti, Ih'ciuii' it nets on the Kid-ncLiver nnd Ilowcls witlioiit weakening them and il is icrfectly frto from every objectionable substance of V'm is for sale by nil druggists in fiOc nml fl Isittle, but It is by the Culiforiii.i Fig Syrup Co. only, whose n.iine is printed on every parkage, nlwi the tuune, .Syrup of Fig", nud Is'iiig will inf .rmexl, you will not accept any bubsUtuto if oUcrud. ntlve ; i - oU'.,-.. ',r"iV P HOPEWCLL CLARKE, Ii.lCDiiiiuisiinrr, Kl. I'tul, Minn, BBSVftSMSSMStSBS.rnilMflHOOH ftVfs. I'ZL TV VJ wTTeOtKlS'r.'.i . iit-r'i'!i.Hti- Mo. ,n ,, ,, vj; ,;.-I N .2LV m : -. Uf. hanipl MUST HAVE Kitii rU nu p im.niu sr I llttlUr f n4Xl ilcswn-i- Ili.it. woirftiii ! nifmnpfiiiifi, I'LI llmliMl M f nrlTnllrJ. lr"niil Omrnol 1'at tVJ I', i'. !M,iji Hrnifiljr tot t aUrrh U tho Uie andCbciivnt lltt, hamr-si- 1 hiii-.- H.,1,1 . a I 1 11 ,t k ,sts QT .in N luioiuno, wsrrin, s Ik sunt tiv inuo r If 148B iM.rt U IMl Pr. Utolliat ! Miini.soTo Aiivi:iini AJ,lllsl u . CHEW Satisfies Everybody. Nothing Like It. Horse Shoe PLUG. rara llt i -- 1 s uuiie-velope- Dls-eas- , I - IWCBHIIIUSlllWMWM . , ('urn Mixed und will go Into tho hauls of a ro Oils Mlieil culver. The bank has ample funds bill Inability to collect and the heavy POltK-M- rss 4 00 qusllly runs caused the falluie. The officers CAITI.B-l'Ir- nt IIOQS 8T say that the depositors will be paid In INllIA.VAI'OI.ia full. Corn-'.'red The headquarters of tho national Oats No. Srcil .j, republican league In New Yoik city I.0UIHVIM.1!. formally closed Wediienlay und were ItO natinl rcd the elTcctH shipped toChlcugo. Audiew (IHAIN Mlir.l...', Corn secictnry of tho league II. Humphrey, lie w ill rr t'OKK-M- tss left Tuesday for Chicago, range for the ociilng of thu ne.i l.AUU-blcheadquarters them ou August 7. I.AKU-lleOntd UKA!N-VUatNo.S No Wheat-NftSO.ils-Mt- ked nin ia , a tt 11 08" I in fs W 7.1 17 i 2 7(0 f cj o it tt M :h su 4 THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED a Cj M 43 uni UJIOI a H."( GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. SAPOLIO SHOULD be used IN every KITCHEN. SAPOLIO ii KSfcriai Ess: &'. sns" rU J".n, t. mllm rniT'isam!Z.rujTV mmmm: LlLia' 's- - ,