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THE HICKMAN COURIE ft ll X ? ttnrtv7 M &li7," ?JU&t CS. ;.'7?r - . rX fiS2L ,T 7swi JOWL 'V. jriri IUT UV wsjvWf BALK BILLS, kta MkH aait w to' OHr Ball GEORGE WARREN, Editor. THSOLDMT JOIWiFlB It IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. Jpwp 1893. BIt.1. HEADS, t INVITATIONS. S nnM LETTE1--- ,. . . sA VS Price of Subscription. 9150 Tnicnic were, thirty-twfailures Is) tho Irun trnde In thU country during tlio first six months of thin year, '.Thleh o ESTABLISHED NO CHOLERA HERE. 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY.. PIUDA Y. AUGUST 4, JJUEN0S AYItES LIKE PIG YOL. jRV'll. mrrr. bk 3. NO. 40. SHiVEii. OAXtt. totbesmoun nf Aim SEI lNr and rtll silr.r mlnli i hs TJi. etpttAad. liecom ' - I the most disastrous record dustry tu cur liUtory. In that In- nltout 123,000 iMiundn pure natural leal tobacco for .lack 'l'nr. It Is bought un der contmct, nnd accepted only after It has been fully tented for purity nnd trength. -- Cihii.ai.o.iokoh.', the King of 81am, ii nald to Ins the most enterprising man in hi kingdom, lie ha 100 wives, 1,000 elephant nnd an Income of 110,000,00a HI troithU with France l over the boundaries botweon blm and French possessions. QimaM Tiiic Navy department buys annually rt. ' Vioioria. inado her will In ,1870, It engrossed on vellum, quarto a volume, lie, ami It I bound cured with n private look. Heveral blink pages have been loft at Uie nnd of .that bok for codicil, come of which atavo aireaiiyinrenauiicu, . ii im-inr"--it i s Twiatxr thousand watermelon tra to le cut In one day at the World fair when the state of Washington build-Ini- r is opened. In Septemlier. )t is that the melons, which are to be of Washington growth, will make oua ta - - J u -- w rati-mate- d tvilllon good-sirei. d slice. - t the I'nltod Stole murine hospital surgeon, njio woa recently sent abroad by the treasury department to exumlnc Into the itnnitnry condition of the ports where emigrant are for this country, has sent tho following communication to Dr. Suit-nccommissioner of emigration: "In reply to your letter asking my opinion as to the probability f "i epidemic of cholera appearing in tho ports wnenon emigration usually comes to us, I havo to state that tho outlook I consider io lie most favorable at all except Mediterranean porta. At Hamburg, whence wo get a lar,-;numtier of people, and which, as you remember, wu visited by cholera last year, tla-r- has ns yet !cen no recurrence of the disease, which It was grvatly feared HKero would be. The city authorities have done nnd are tlll idolag,,.. .cTrrythtng .In-lb.- tr power to" prevent JU introduction from abroad a'nd to suppress it should It appear. At an euonnbus expense, all water In the city now Is Altered nnd purjDeu. As the weeks roll by the chance of rcc.iplng the disns northern port ease Improves so are concenit-d- . With regard to the .MeWhi-clcr, e llr.tThrlrr ltriorts the ltr.nll of lit. Mission Onljr nl .MMtltrrnnFii foil. Il The Radicals Have Begun a RevoluTroul.U tu lie rmreJ. tionary Movement. Nr.w Yo;ik. July 20. l)r. A. W. lnd rictilln rook rises In Turn!) Town., duo lUllle al Iluvirlu I.tln (loerntneiit Ask. tls lloiir.-.TIi- e Cniigrr.. la I'rorlnlin Hlr(. lli'EMix Aviikk, July 31. Tho radW cal havo u revolutionary move-meIn the provinces of lluonos Ayre nnd Hunta i'c, nud lighting has been going on lu twenty towns In tho first iiami-province sine daybreak Sunday. According to odvioo so far received, the Insurgents seem to Iks victorious. There was desperate fighting nt ltosarlc the battle lasting six Dr. Alcm, the radical leader, ha issued a manifesto, declaring that the time has come for tho people to rise hour. and reconquer their right! and llbcrl lea. fr Tiik law requiring the payment of a oil tax as a prrrequlslU to voting it laid to be operating In Arkansas to materially the number of voter In the state. The poorer cln of do not ny this tax, nor do a Urge number of the pior white. re-du-re i diterranean Nc-irr- oe j Indian fighting general, has attracted more attention recently than mint other fem Inlne vUltor to th World' fair, .She la a very fine looking woman, with inowy white Wr that I In atrlklng contract to her youthful spirit. tho L Mn. Ck.,k, widow of AnnAKntMRtTK havo been mad i for rxcunlnn of colored people from the riouth to the World' fair, and it I ex pectrd that 550,000 will thus be added to the attendance. The tlrl excumlon will be Augut 31, from Kanhvlllo and Intermediate point In Tennew.ee nnd Kentucky. teamer, Tiik famou whalrback Charlra W. Wetmom, of which auch great were rntertaitird expt-ctatloc a ne' auction In Sn Franclaco the other day for I'Jto and her cargo of 8,000 toni of coal for M. hhlp and cargo now lie burled in the aand nearCooa Iwy, on the ciuint of Oregon. Or every one thousand clergymen lw tween the age of forty-fiv- e and alxty-lir- e It I waoldnt uvu In innrtw rchitl5 I -- . . ally. Hut of everyone thousand doo tors between the ages of forty-fivand ftlxiy-flv- c no fewer than 38.02 die every jear. That ( to nay, the mortality of medical men U almost double that of clergymen, and tho rate I Increasing, e found thatouly 1.V0J die annu- i . Thk kingdom of Warn form tho chief territorial division of the the southeast point of Alsla, and with Its drendcnclcof Iam, Cam-lnl- a and Malacca, ha an area of 'i0,-po- o squan miles- - alout five time the lc of Ol.lo amla population of about 13,000,000. It has an extensive const line and several good harlxtrs, of which that lclow llangkok Is th chief. Indo-Chines- e DrrAntrita from old ways has len ! Marietta' (O.) college. Tho trustees announce that a college for women will lm opcmd In September. The qualifications for entrance, and the course of instruction provided, are the Mime as for men in the classical count. In modern langusgr and literature the changes made are to meet tho special requirements of women in general. A made Tiik I'amunkey Indians, who dwell on a reservation about twcnty-llv- o miles from Klchmond, Vn., which they hold on condition of paying a certain annual tribute, to th; stnte, have sent a delegation to the World's fair to invite other clvlllicd Indians to come and settle on their reservation, and amalgamate with their tribe. The Tamunkeyn have fine lauds, and are in prosperous circumstances, but they have intermarried so long that the tribe Is In danger of extinction. L IUxokok Is n very curious and Inter0 esting city of 600,000 Inhabitants, of whom live In houselioaU on the river. The larger part of the city !a uninhabitable by Kuropeans on account of filth, especially during the dry season. The tide seta back far enough to make tho river Menam brackish, ami it Is sluggish at all times, and for months together rotting carcassea and vegetable almost choke the current. The native drink 'It without clearing, and when a cholera season come they die by tens of thousand. -- i rmt.ADr.l.riilA is to have something to wake her up soon. It I a trial as tc tho possession of the body of a dead wife. The disputant In the case arc widower and an un the newly-mad- o drrlaker. It seems the undertakes had presented a bill for services as embalm-e- r and payment was refused. At onco he took a lien on the corpse and tho widower aued to replevy. Tho lssuo will be decided on tho 7th of August. Meantime n great deal of Philadelphia legal talent Is to be retained for both Miles, while tho corpse In dispute calmly repose In tho possession of tho undertaker. 100,-00ii- Witiiik fifty years, soya tho Cincina utilitarian age will nati Times-Stamake tho present wasta of sewage In nearly all tho largo cities of the country seem almost criminal. When tliero aro millions of acres of starving land in this country within easy reach of inarketa that could be made us productive as can the virgin soil of the prairies If tho enormous sewage wastes were but saved and applied to them, to suffer this waste to continue when It Is a constant menace to human life, dependent upon running streams for water supply, the waste even now ii reckless and deplorable. r, that tho governor nnd momlwrnof tho ministry of San I.uls have leen Imprisoned by tho radicals, who havo established a co that I am Inclined to be very hoje-fil- l government composed of members of regarding any serious outbreak of their own party. cholera In foreign port this season, and do not antlrlpite any marked di- IN ACCORD WITH CLEVELAND. minution of Immigration from that Crli Mud Ilo On- - Mtclilln-o- f Thorn Wlia cause." Mskr llllll NjWBkrr. Nr.w Yoiik, July 31. The World's PENSIONS. Washington special says: A Startling- - IM.rotrrr 3LU In th I'eailoa Mr. Crisp will organize the house In lirtiiiriil. TJ..- -. JU-..- ;. hnrmonv with I ho nlslipf lb --'!v 22. "Asutssrjs, This Is not duo necessarily cry was made l'ridny at the pension beto any ngrccincnt oflk-that sixteen elrrks of that bureau cause ho desires ho has made, but to enrry into, ciloct hvo been receiving regularly for four democratic policy. And democratic pensions that were j ears, liclleve-s- , Is that which ordered rescinded bj Secretary Noble policy ho lias lieen determined upon as licst by In the early part of his administration. Whether Mr. It will lo remciiitiered that early In the administration. coinage In Corporal Tanner's administration of II ml goes to the head of the committee rr not, tlint committee will ofllee. a numter of the unconditional entllleil to and drawing pen- favor the net. As to Mrrepeal of the llland himto n Sherman sions, had their penMons higher amount, It uns alleged that self, it is not yet determined that ho will again bo chairman. 'I hat rests was obtaincl thr-u-'l- i tho lirpely with himself. If he Is appointrxitltlral meanv A congressional in- ed o ch'iirinati tho majority ojrliis vestigation followed that, n number of will not be In syhjpnlhy with Uic employes rrjt dismissed from the service, and liiu " tni of other his free cotnagu Minlliiiont. tho ... . TheMendlng committees oi hous were orlerel re luced. presiIh In accord This onlcr was not enforced by cither will allviews. In other with the house words the Commissioner Tanner r Commissioner dent's Fifty-third congress will lie difpensions have of tho Ilaum, and the ol jKlld to the clerks ever slnco in ferently organized from tho house bwn d congress. Mr Crisp vlolat'on of the order of !ecre-Inr- tho direct mem-K-r- s Nulilr. 'Hits onlrr. Imucter. has Ins expressed his ptirposo to the of tho administration to fo in tuckisl Huayln anafcdr.iner commltt'osthnt they will lie the enslon ofilce Action in the case helpful his tho president's wishes. Mr. to rewill prulwbly lie deferred until the Crisp could not le elected without a turn of Secretary hinlth next seck. contest, possibly not at nil, If he had not Wen thus Inclined for unity ol two ma plums. nrtlon with the administration. r nf Cmlomi at Cnlleetor ami AiimUi-Ilesldcs tho changes that will le New Surk Nmiiptl. m miida In the coinage committee there Wasiii.votox, duly 20. Secretary will lie radical charges in the comThurK-- r Friday announced the follow. plexion of tho ways and means, the apIng appointments made by the presi- propriations and tho rules committees. dent: Judge .lames T. ICilbreth, of New Cool Klorj on liognn Carlisle. VTk city, to le collector of customs nt Wanmixotov. July Si. A good story New York, nnd Walter II. ltunn, of Is told nt the trouiiry department on Cooperstow n, to lo nppralscr of cus- Chief llcrk Logan Cnrllse A young toms at New York woiivtn who Ins several reluthes Judge Kllbreth and .Mr. llitnn were In the govcrment scrvlco had Imth and were iiersonnl. been Imrxirtiiiilng Igan for some well known t) Mr. Clcselaml. They time to ly un appointment. He put Tammany organlra-tlon- , her off in ono way nnd another, but to the Uth however. Judga Kllbreth was wns llnnlly oompvlled to toll her that formerly n jiollco amrt judge, and she could not get nn appointment for while serving in that capacity mido n the reason that there were several Mr. Hunn has memK-r- s of her family nlready on tho very excellent record. 1ccn prominently known In New York trcisury pay roll. "How nbout tho politics for a long time, anil succeeded Carlisle f.unil ?" asked tho jcrt young Daniel I.nmunt as secretary of the state "There nro two memdemocratic committee. ber of your f unlly, your father nnd jonrself. both receiving pretty good Itoucti o Cntlln Thieve. sslnrlcs." "Well," replied Logan, with CintifAiifA, Mcx., July 29. Tha somo hesitation, "I guess the old man legislature of tho state of Chihuahua will hao to go." has passed a law, which If rigidly enforced, w 111 rid a considerable portion Ksprt-Company Itolilieil. of tho Hlotinimle border of tho bold Wichita. Knn , July St. The Pnolflo nnd desperate band of cattle thieves Kxpros Co. was robbed or 17,300 here nnd smugglers who have committed Saturday night within ono block of the depredations unchecked for the past business center. A few minutes before several years. The law provides that tho departure, of tho Hock Island train anyone caught In tho act of stealing a message called the express wagon tp cattle shall bo shot on the spot and the Wichita creamery. It wns mel that tho death pcnilty will bo Inflicted there by two nrnicd Negroes, who oron all convicted cuttlo thieves. dered tho messenger to open the safe. Ho did so, nnd tho robbers took the Talk. IiiteslOorlrll-Mlluliecontents, amounting to tho sum menwas announced tioned. Chicago, July m It Friday that Corbctt declines to fight Senator llcckwltli'it Itesluiintlon. Mltelmll nt ltnl.v. lnd Corlwlt leaves OsChkvkn.nb, Wyo, July forAsbury park next week, where he will ltegln training for lit comesi wun borne does not confirm or deny tho Mitchell, with the understanding that rumor that Senator Ileckwlth hr.s rethe light si 111 Knt Coney Island. He signed, it ls known, however, that he has resigned und that Ida successor proposes- to insist ou tho original ugrec-meand will present hluiMjlf nt the Is appointed. Tho senator will bo Al o nriMm nf thn Onnv Island Athletic Now, recently appointed Internal collector for Colorado nnd WyocluK December ft, regardless of what ming. Mitchell may do. tioing to tlio Mediterranean. Oppomnl to I'lro AVork. New Yoiik, July 31. Tho U. S. gunMilwaukee, July su. Commander-In-chie- f Wctssert, of the O. A. It., hni boat llcnnlngton, which is at tho expressed n strong disapproval of the Ilrooklyn navy yard will wall Her misfor tho Mediterranean. expenditure of large sums of money etc., nt tho IndlanapolU sion abroad is to enable, her comfor encampment, owing to the stringency mander to investlgnto tha charges relating to persecution of Amcrlcnn of tho money market. missionaries In Asia minor. Two Wlsoon.ln Hank Fall. To Stop the-- Paula Milwaukee, Wis., July Dknvkk, Col, July 31, Tho Denver from Port Washington say the German Amerlcau bank at that place failed Fri- chnmber of commerce advises congress day. Another special Rya Seyraour'i to place nil silver and gold now In the bank at Chippewa Falls also filled Fri- treasury, Including bullion, in circulation, us a plan to stop the panic. day. .. D ilmtn-(itratloc d em-plojd com-mlttcd Fifty-seconv re n v g olllce-M-ckU .11,-C- lov. rov-cnueclal Marsporadic cases of cholern apx-arlseilles nnd Naples almost rvery ear, In those cities of a few and tho case doe not by any mean Indicate that an cpldemle will follow, hlnce tho last cpldemle at Naples tho sanitary condition of the city ha lieen greatly Improved; first, by the Introduction of water from a mountain lake situated titty inllus In tlio interior, thn water lielng of great purity and brought underground to Naples. An active municipality is also all ro to the dangers to tho commerce of Naples in the event of an cpldemle of cholera, and will use every effort to suppress the disease should It appear. Yon w III, therefore, e port. It may Im-- said that Southern' and Western. Knsenada railroads havo. lcen torn up In hovernl placos by revolution-It- s with the view of preventing or delaying the transportation of troops and munitions of wnr. A meeting of radicals was held hero at noun Sunday. Troops and police were stationed nt tho principal points throughout tho city to guard against an uprising. DlspaU'hcs from San I.uls say that an uprising took place In tl.it prnvlnoe on Saturday. Tho government has asked congress to proclaim a state of slego in tho provinces of San Luis, Salitn Fe nnd Iluenos Ay res, (len. Costi his notified th gunrr.il government that ho does not need national support lie states that the radical force were defeated nt Itosario, losing sixty killed nnd -- sTliiwtr!oV'nf.tlie wounded. Tho latest dispatches say tlirepswlnglngiWowa'OfrHtvi'ittF pie. Ho then went Into thn aext room and killed tho Joseph, and Willie, 4 years. Ha struck both boy on the head twice. Heturnlag to tha room where his wife lay, ho picked up his j ear-ol- d baby, held her In one arm nnd struck her on the top of the head. He than wont to the barn, filmed up to the roof nnd jumped twenty feet to the floor of the pig sty, sustaining Injuries to the spine and his lots er extremltlrv Sunday nfternoon two of Fred Nonemacher'i children went over and saw the boys on the bed all bloody, nnd ran home nnd told their father, who summoned tho coroner, nnd with him he searched for his brother. Monday tho jury returned a verdict that thn wife and children ca mo to their death by an ax in the hands of Win. Nonemachcr, in accordance with his confession. A visit to the see no of the murder disclosed tho horrible sight The moth--- r lay on her left side, with a gaping wound in tho temple. The baby was In the cradle beside the bed, in a sleeping posture. The boys were In tho bed In the next room in a pool of blood. The futher, ns ho lay on the floor of the kitchen, paralyzed but conscious, without tho lent sign of sorrow or regret tnjkud ns calmly about the murder as he would about killing a pig. par-nlyzl- rarnirr I nunnarlier llateherrtllll Wlf, nml tldl.lron anU Thro Alte Btd hu. Little Slam Accepts ranco; Ultimarl.Jp. , Sk-ttum In Its Entirety. Is., Aug. L AVm.; A.NTino, n farmer llvlr.g nlljp pnllei the Intree.l southeast of ntlgo, murdercdjiia wlf. into Tivnep'. of I tr- tlio King SilliinlU Krt itra.nint I'trm of nnd thrco children nt 10 oVlock, gatur-daer tl.e Hi. I'lllir-.tlisi. I night nnd then inado an Mnauccesv Dlplosiaile Mrp to SVttleraenl. The ful nttempt to take his pwHlKe. deed wns not discovered vnUl'Sunday I) .xnKo;r, July 31. Tho Slnmeso govafternoon, nnd tho now reaoiiW her ernment 1ms ncceptel the full terms of Monday murulng. Hktfl The substance At tho Inquest Nonemaoherjajado a tho French ultlmitum full confession. He said the etfHwerc of Franco's ultimatum wns ns follows: 1. A recognition of tho rights of Anpoor and he wns.afral offlfpwvlngj that his wife's parents wero UQteltec, num nnd Cambodia on the left or eastwhere tluv hid como nil the waylfrom ern bank of tho Mekong river na fur parallel of north as tho t went (Icrinanv. and wanted moneya latitude He had intaflc had none to send. 2. Tho cvacuatlop within a month of kill hli family Fildny nlghtt" the forts held by tho Siamese on the changed his plan to fcaturtUOW east bnnk of the nrer. After tha family was Bleep'"h 3. Full satlnfactlon .for various nut and got an ax and returitxlo ngalntt French Siamese aggression . ,dr V the deed. tJulfMi. and iFretiah ,nalloriV on tho He said he killed hU wP4rJ A Kone-mache- r, -y --- j4 f4?t SDI.I.ENJ)EI.S. ind provision for the pecuniary indemnity of tho victims. ft. An indemutty of two million francs for various diiungcs sustained bv French subjects. I). The Immediate deposit of 3.0J3.000 franc to guarantee tha payment of tho fourth nnd fifth claims, or the assignIn certain disment of tho tho Lix-tricts In lieu of the do? slt of 3,000,000 rx.t'S?sSfS "" estMlvhit ladustfy, tui rroduuton b'asdaTtl-opm- l are cf coui:trr com Appeal from the Minora ,r!lnc n.l propteVl i wSjwJ wliol .Isles. It If ptnuual In cbr of Montana. ncter, It require sklll.nl labor ami fill oil Ur of captt.l.to sucimtillj enxts la It H; congressman with regard to Mm Tte proceasea of extraction acd rei!uiton el V.i V " Warn composition of house committees, but The ItMPt nl rrtssrs costly and dlfflctlt. It call Isioex citmrAn fltencsallntbcr terms ot Induvlrj to aupporl Uilon of Thalr' few congressmen arc on hand to cotvfei - tiulldj'up commuoltle, make Iotb. in.. - s It'It sad even spates, 1. ni.iorr or miwa. with him. Ilo remained nt hi hotel ...,. .!... cities uitms mllllonl nf t nil day receiving callers, but he u Clve K ccssfully ployed the part of the modern ot pur wesllh Into tha channels at Mamtrca, unutatnd bj .ulterior sad u niulued by (reed. sphinx. Ilo refusal to be interviewed rf citizens of W therefore. misuv!n that tha outy war to skeetlngon"lne on any subject, and In the course ol seerlalo tb true coat of the production rl ltveuM the silver aaC tin. both conversation kept n careful guard upon 3 mcul. t iepoiniure adyocati sfrere the tlm. ana to blUnco lha total rslu of himself, ns if npprehcpslre that h labor employed la producing 1, Addressed the aasi :Mge; themrlnt the tout valusof tbo combined might drift into the expression of opinvia addrcxsnr- - wdsFdbv product And- - yt c thai on aucb a but ion. All he would sny for publication every ounce of ounce ol nsage, asociatio',r wajri ireld, cost, more.liver, aItswell a ever value, sad was he hoped there would lie no trouble statutory than lklM.1 I or flirhtlnir. that every member should r"! that Uiejg punults ar Lwly followed on acprlz; anl hitvr.ls ot fortune, appreciate the serlinTsncsa of the altuav" lU JFMaBUttla count of the eapilvatln? to th dlipostllon ot Mck am so Hon and endeavor to relievo it aj l apil sisln.t ffntt'tcev mankind We also say further, that It the flat promptly nt possible, 10 Ma txitua) ,srrM(ot vlu was uken from cold. It would be worth Ho hopes to ncs committee dispose) ot, inl for. ndrest(-MM- t but lltU. mora a a commodity thaa .liter. or their work promptly. He wa io itosvttMd tke injr OwMad Km Mf. Li llflc in the expression of kooes but at- Jte.aH reswt.rt;iVTy solutely void of BtvlnloBa. CHAIRMEN. Mum. Il'unil, WlUnn suit Hjrr IT llotn .VmlKiinl l'lao. (Wasiiimito.v, Aug. L Judgo Crlsv. is hero ready to confer WANT- On tbo otber Inml, . rt a, ' p-- -- n,iVirt: mmet W rllovf-citlo- pr. 'Jtait - .vf S-- .MviSrlorefcknUS.QrIanlt SMITH TALKS. 11. Nometlilng to nay l Sliver and I'.n.lons. Nr.w YonK, Aug. 1. A speclnl to the Sun, from Chicago, In nn interview with Secretary of the Interior Smith, yives the following: Tbo secretary wns iskel it he lelieved a majority of the iouthern congressmen would fnvor a repeal of tho Sherman silver act "I not speak for tho southern members as n body," he answered "I think thn movement to repeal the bill will have strong support from member. There Is n marked ch inge In tho south in relation to tho freccolnage oi stiver, and the chnngo Ls going on Dip Kerretarr When told'Jhat It had "been reported" tliat n number or northern democratic jongressmen are finding fault with his pension policy, tho secretary said lie did not believe tho report. "Tho policy of the department so far as tho secretary (s concerned," ho said, "Is to enforce tho law ns it was enacted by congrrsv No pensioner who has onco prove I nsked to his claim will be During tho inveIn so again. stigation of the llcnnct case, the medle.il referee of the department, Dr. Ingraham, notified the acting secretary that the depirtincnt hnd allowed pensions under tho net of 1S93 without to tho cap icily of the applicant to do mnnunl labor. This was In clear violation of tho act of congress. If von will print the decision rendered In tho case, together with the order, you will hive n full explanation of mv r lew s on the question, nnd you will find tlint the department Is simply deter mined to enforce tho law as It finds them." ANOTHER LYNCHING. I lie Thlnl nf Hie Negro A.imlLntt ol Sirs. Nlclitlrr trunr latun,S.r. S. Coi.UMiits, C, Aug. 1. llamlv iintlnnallv" attention to the fact that tlvo months nreviouslv he lnd proposed to submit all tho contested territorial questions to International arbitration. In tho Interest of peace, howoycr, the king offered to sirrendcred tho territory ns far north as tho eighteenth degree of IntltU'lo. but no further, nnd proposed that the Islands in the Mekong river Im used in common by Slam nnd France. All the other points of the ultimatum were conceded This answer was not sat'sfactory to Franco, and subsequently M Pnvlo withdrew from llangkok on a grnboat nml the French warships in tho .Menam river went to Koslil Chang, an Island near tho head of tho (lulf of Slum, where they joined the French licet under the command of Admiral Htimnnn. Franco then determ'ned to blockade the Slameso coast There is Rcrioir doubt as to the ti mo the blockade was to be made effective. Tlx French gov eminent Informed the Hritlsh govern ment that the b1ockt.de would Wgin July 31, but the Hritlsh minister at "IftlngfcoTnntcr Informed tho Itrltish foreign ofilce that it Im 1 commenced on July 2. Lord Kosclwrry, the Ilritish foreign minister, Friday asked the French government for n prompt explanation of this conflict In dates but the answer public. With his not yet been o the acceptance of the ultimatum by the Slameso government the war cloud In the east w ill of course pass over. IONIosi, July 29. The Siamese legation In this city has received a dispatch from llangkok stating In effect that the Slameso government, learning that France regards its reply to tho ultlmitum ns a refusal to grant the French demands, nnd being most desirous of maintaining peace, has telegraphed instructions to the Siamese minister nt Paris to Inform M. Devclie, tho French foreign minister, that Slam n;ccpt the ultimatum In its entirety. The dispatch adds tint tho Siamese government liopcs that tho blockade will cease; that diplomatic negotiations will be resumed, and that an early settlement of tho trouble will be effected. m-d- francs. The ultimatum was sent on July 10,' hours wero allowed and forty-eigfor Slam to in iko answer to tho French demands. On July SI M. Pavle, tho French minister at llniigkok, preto Princo sented the ultiinitn-Dcvawongsc, the Slnmeso foreign On July 'i'i Slam replied, minister. stating that the king was) nt a loss to understand w lint the rights of Annam nnd Cnmbodla were on the left bank of the Mekong river. The king expressed his willingness to nb in Ion all the ter ritories over which tho existence of these rights could ba proved nnd called !uss)ybe,n r the house your correspondent learns In thaCMfcif prosjerT credit tre-o(mnalrtd. that ho is determined to replace llland deatroyed'and tbatrthey har t'utB 0 "h. tbey art as nt tho head of the coinage committee. past, loyal citizen ot tbe rapubtlcVMroted to He maintains that It would hi unwise It Institution., obedlnnt to Its lws,y0j na to displace Illnnd, ns the latter has a ehrrtihlnr Its traditions and history, V proud It majslncent strong following of democrats whe of "Weamert with achievements. that aUbtf.n It alt sincerity would resent his retirement and thus directly and most Injuriously affeeu one o'wr create friction uta time when harmony principal Industrie, and on that has form A Is esscutlal. At tho same time, It it In a .real part tbe basis of our prosporlty, wj recognition and contemplated to handicap Illnnd by y.t would not adrocata the full aid w a money, of constituting tho committee of member restoration allver policy would redoun t believe that iiich who fnvor tbo unconditional repeal ol to the happiness and welfare of tho great mas tho Sherman net Mr. Crisp nnd hit of producers and toilers of tbe land, and to tho Increased ot W. plao Immediate counselors acem to think onr demandprosperity free th nation,(liver at the coinage of for tbo to head ratio of tlzteen to one ot gold, anddt full equiptlint llland would be satisfied the committee even though ho could ment with all money functions equally with gold, upon the simple plan of Justice. In aupnot lead It It can ulso Ihj stated that Mr. Crisp's porl of tha plan we assert, and to this assertion w. challenge contradiction, that for cenpresent purpose is to make Wilson, ol turies and before legislation undertook to conWest S'irglnla, chairman of the wnyt trol and direct It action nnd movement, silver nnd means coinmlltoc, In placo oi maintained It parity with gold with but alight and desplto Springer, nnd Sayer, of Texas, chair- variation,ot production the wide dlrergenca In which frequently existthe man of the appropriation committee, In ed. ratio England demonetized silver. Sha In lilt place of Ifolman. Crisp says he will was eten then tho creditor nation of the world, not determine any of the Important and brr financier foresaw that this policy would enhance the valuo of gold and render chairmanships until ho shall have con- It harder for other nations to py her wht ferred with his democratic associates, they owed. Kor nearly sixty year thereafter but'unlcss something shall Intervene Prance, the Latin union and tbe United to chango his mind the threo chairman- State maintained tha parity of tho two ships mentioned will bo disposed of ni metals. In INI Germany, flushed with her victory over France and her treasury lsi-fdnolaoi-rmnl- MIntn h .t.MMrlAleeMltMr."Ti money. tHM JW thl. assertion I borne out by tbo panlo ndw upon us. There Is plenty of evert thing In tha world but gold, and tverylhtn; I cheap hut The gold t boarded, locked op In th vault and treasure botes of thn country, while property of all forms Is render.d value-letand check and drafts no longer perform their accustomed functions. II Is the knowl carce and Insufficient la edge that gold t quantity that lead to the scrambla for It Bong tha nation andlndltMuals, and It Is th "indrawlnr end hoarding or it mat onng Paries. And I this connection we call thl Important fact. viz. : That t leaal 0 pe.t;ent of the entlro gold production of thl eoiQiry 1 tbe byproduct of tha allver mine. o that the closing of tha allrer mines would redux tbe amount of gold available for coinage to fcli extent and thus further Increase the darger anl distress arising from scarcity of gold. Bherman Law Wrong la Principle. "We concert that the Sherman taw 1 wrong .c. In prlnclpl. II desradr allver Into a mere commodity to bo buffeted about by unprincipled .peculators. At tha same time the treasury notes issued under the provision ol that law have been 'of Inestimable benefit In Increasing the circulation at a critical time and thus preventing disaster. "fo repeal this law unconditionally would be to destroy silver forever, and would be playing dlroctly Into the hands ot the advocate of a single gold standard, and a contracted currency. It would be the cruelcst blow ever truck t tho right of tbe great mass of th people, and particularly at tbe debtor class, tor It would enormously Increase, th purchasing power of gold, and correspondingly lower tha value of all products and every other form ot property. Tha bherman law was never favored by the advocate ot free silver coinage, but, bad a It la. It h now all lhat remain between the desires of the golJ standard men and tha consummation of their aclQah ends, and must be retained In the Interest cf the common people until something better la conceded In It staad. Favor lloth (Sold anil Silver, "We are In favor of both gold and silver money to be coined upon equtl terms t thn ratio ot III to I. This is the money which the father of tho republic- bequeathed to us. It It the money of tha eonsttluttoa For eighty year w thrived aad prospered with this currency It wa destroyed at tho dictation ol England and Germ my through their agents In this country and In tho Interest! of the rredttox class, those with Uici Income an I annuities. Wenowdemind that tt bi restores! again to tbe place where the father, left It, tn the Interest ot the whole people. "The conitanllv repealed Charge that the stiver dollar ls a chaap dollar Is so tnaalteslly Illogical and absurd a to render It unworthy of notice among Intelligent people. There ara no cheap dollars. A silver dollar will purchase a much as a gold dollar or any other kind of a dollar. Equally untrue Is the atitement that tha government has lost money upon Its silver purchases, beoitue of the depreciation In It price. The fact re that tha government ha mad a profit araouullni to more than IIOJ.OOV OX on It silver purchases under the llland and Sherman laws, being the difference between the market and colnlnij value. And this profit ha gone to tha credit ot the people because with It tha government has paid It current and obllgittons, ant all their silver, either of Itself or by It paper representative. I In circulation bearing the burden of trade, performing the functions of money, wbtl the gold I locked up In the vaults of tha money kings, tt Ls gold that Is hoarded, not liver. "We are filled with a great and Just Indignation that our country, of which wo are so proud, strong In Its credit and wonderful beyond cz prestlon la tt rich and varied resources, 1 yet o weak and unsettled In Its financial system that England can In a day, by the dishonest India, manipulation of the currency ot far-of- f bring upon the people of free America a panlo which, without a moment' warning, tranaformi a happy anl prosperous people into communities of comparative paupers Such a cond'tlon Is humiliating boyoa I words to convey. It I. destructive to the pride and faith which a I loyal etttzena we have so long and dearly cherished In our government. We warn those In this country who are waring this unjustifiable war on silver ss money that they are casting a boomerang which will return to crush them. Tbey may destroy tbe property of a great and growing section of our country and brlrr poverty and suffering upon tome million of their fellow citizens, but the return tide will carry with It hundreds of millions of securities In the form of railroads, slate, county, and municipal bonds, mads worthless by their narrow policy and selfish greed. The alms aro not wanting to prova tho truth of this assertion. even thus early, and. unlet Ihe gold contrae ttonlsts are defeated In the coming session of concren, we believe that within a year ther will not be a railroad west ot ths Missouri river lhat will not be In the hand ot a receiver. "One hundred and aeventeen years ago tha patriot ot tha American revolution gave to us our Independence. In framing tha law and laying down the principles which were to govern us, they sought no counsel and asked no advice from their enemies. Kelylng upon theit own aplcndld courage and wisa sutesmansbti they Inaugurated a system of finance based upon the world's previous experience snd upo equality and Juatlcs. We ask that tba present generation ot American alaleamen follow theli example; that tney imoioe new rouraxo irom contemplation of tha sturdy patriotism and broad wisdom exhibited by the founders of Ihls governmrn; that tbey will enunciate second declaration of Independence; that they will re. tore sll7er to Its time honored place a a full legal tender money, and thus glvn to the United States Ihe grandest and richest In natural resources ot all tha nations ot thn earth a flnau rial system which It may rail Its own free from Standing today 'mid tha foreign control. wreck and ruin of our erstwhile prosperity, a condition wrought by lelflsh alms, by weak policies, and unjust law r, lha people of Mon tana wlihout regard to class, occupation, or political creed, Inspired by a deep ens. of injury, and tilled with a Just Indignation, stnd forth this appeal to the great masir of producers and tollers of the United Slates. We ask them to ponder well the statements herein made, and not te be prematurely biased In their Judgment by the false utterance, of Intert.tcd classes, and a subsidized press To tbe tillers of the boIL to th groer of wheat and the planter of coty: In this matter your Inivrrat 1 ton, w our Interest, and our Intereat Is your Interest To the worVtugmau of the land we say: 'You, too, have a deep and abiding Interest In th caua of free colnaue of allver and In the movement for It restoration, for, to throw out of employment a vast armvf men, am precipitate them upon an already glutted la ur market, must work imalculable injury to te cause of labor' "We therefore ask you, one and ail, to Join hands wllh us and make a common caune In money of Ihe behalf of the white raetal-t- be through all sges anil In all land. We your combined voices, bo heard, ask jou to let and to ace to tt that those who represent youln congress cast their votes In accordance with and ours. The people of Montana your In are an toniat per pie. Trey believe of hard money They acorn all suggestion Ther are pn gretslte, em rgelio, courageous uJ loyal They h ivo al an paid their Just obligations und LotwiiMumllng that si Ihi v are tverwhelmed by Ihe this monu-n- t grtalent oalatii ty tfcsl haatvit Iwfallrn Ihtm, will comitate m imet all their respouslbll. they Itli'S as Utom s honorable mm " y consulting members; that there are over seventy new Democratic member in the house with whom he Is not acquainted, nnd that It would 1ms manifestly unjust to assign them to committees without ascertaining their preferences. Tho purpose of Crisp to put Wilson, of West Virginia, at tho head of wnj'B nnd means, is significant Wilson was an ardent supportcrof Mills for speaker and nn nctivo leader in the fight. Ho declared that .for tho Texan. the election of Crisp would be n party blunder, nnd subsequently, when a member of tho ways nnd means committee opposed nnd criticised Crisp's policy of dealing with the tariff, Wilson wnnt-s- l to attack the tariff as n w hole rj t?:cr than In detail.' As a result the foiling between Crisp and Wilson w& not very cordial personally. It is no secret that the president's choice for chairman of ways and means has, lccn Wilson. Tho latter Is one of th- Informed men in public life-sithu tariff, nnd enjoys the president's Tho fact that Crisp cntiio confidence. is willing to placo him at the head of tho committee to formulate tariff legislation shows that the speaker of the nct house is desirous of falling into line with tho ndmlnlstrntton. It has been frequently asserted that Crisp resented tho alleged attempts of the administration to "dlctato" to him. Tills Is absolutely untrue, ns the next speaker will move In entire harmony with the administration. n staiciL Tho committees will not bo announced before August 20. Crisp says ho could make no headway without course marked out by Uermany, struck the silver dollar from oor coinage laws. In ISA the Latin union, deprived ol th aupport of the United State and flcrmany, stopped tha coinage of allrer In 1872 Austria abandoned sllrcr and l.atrlrlngunaucce.sfully togetnpon a gold basis Within the past month England, taulng advantage of tho depression ezlallnr all over tho world, has struck silver a last sarage blow by closing the mints ot India to th. coinage of Hirer on private account. Demand of th AVe.t. "Thlv briefly told, Is the history of illrer legislation during the past seventy aoen year. It proves conclusively that legislation Is dl. rectly responsible for the dcatructlon of .liver as monfy. We therefore ask tn lb. nam of simple Justice that legislation now restore It to Its rightful place In the currency of our country. We lat, without fear ot onlradlctlon, that tha act ot 1CT3 which strock down allver, waa The record paaaed without due dpliberalton. aitowrthM'fne'giMtwiaJortty of th member of both branches of. congress did not know that tbe bill then under consMtritllun contained such a elkuse. Such statements of Garfield, Voorhee. Ulalnr, and many others, ar. upon the record of their respective home knowledge ot that provision of the itl bo that tie chargo that It waa (tonel without discussion or debate either tn eongrcas, through tae press, or upon the platform. Thereu great wrong because tt waa done fore It without notice and without any demand from and by tbe people, and It. operation was Inured only to the profit and benefit ot tha holder, of our bonds and tbe lender, of gold. Blled with France's ransom of II C1,0,0X la gold, determined to demonetize silver. Unci Sam llrmoirtliea .Sliver. 'In 1J7I the United State, th- - greatest producer of llver of all thi nations, following the ni CHOLERA RAGES All Over Ilu.sla, Willi Hundred, of Tasea. ratal Ofilclal returns that hnve just been issue I show a marked incrcaso in tho ravages of Sr. I'tTKitsncno, 1. Aug. t!pt ICalglcr, tho third and last of the e black fiends who, on Monday night last, brutally nsiaultcd tho young w 'e of Archie Slghtlcr, nt (laston, was lynched at th it placo at 7:30 o'clock Monday morning. Until a late hour Monday afternoon the horribly routi Inted and still bleeding forms of the llirco Negroes dnngled from ono limb if an old oak tree that stands only a fen feet from tho railroad track, in full rlow of passenger trains botwecn Columbia and Savannah. Hill Thompson was lynched early Sunday mornlug,nnd Tom Preston nt mid-daAfter Preston had been disposed of the mob started for Lexington, court house for Handy Knlgler, who had been placed in Jill there by the mob for safe keeping. They urrlved at 0:30 Sunday night, tho sheriff immediately th-o- figures show that from July 0 to July there wero In tho govcrnmont of Arrive. In vVailitngton Hut Decline. In Podolla 1,105 cases and 350 deiths, ns Tntk About tbo .Cuinmlttro 12:1 s'JO J SPEAKER CRISP cholera in tho parts of the empire whore tho disease U epidemic Tha afjalnst cases and deaths during Wamiixotox, July 31. Speaker Crisp arrived In the city bun lay evening nnd has taken his old quarters nt tho Metropolitan hotel, lie refuses, naturally, to sny anything nbout probablo committee assignments or to discuss tho policy to bo pursued regarding Important legislntlon. He bclioves tho session will bo a long one, nnd will probably last until next summer. Mr. Cleveland, tho speaker said, Intended calling congress together In September to consider the tiriff, nnd If questions of finance nro taken up before the tariff It can easily be seen that tho session can not well got through with both Ho will rematters before December. main hero until congress convenes. Id to July 2J, 01 deaths, ns In the government of Orel from July there wero 234 cases and ngalnst 143 cases nnd 5J deaths during tho previous week. In the government of Toola there wero 77 cases nnd 10 deaths from July 10 to July 'ii. In tho preceding week there were only 31 cases nnd 21 deaths. Tho epidemic exists, though in less sovcro fnrm, In tho governments of Viatkn, Kazan, Illazan, Oofa, and Slmbcersta. tlio week preceding turned tho prisoner overlnTltem, back with started ind they him to Onston, where they arrived ibout t o'clock Monday morning. Hu protested his Innocence all nloug tho oad. He was taken to a pdnt of the Mllrnad track opposite t'letreo from ivhtch still hangod tho mutilated lod-ic- s of his two companions In crime, mil ns ho gnze.l upon tho gh istly sight hu was told ho would soon be strung up licsldo them. Ilo was not affected by tho scene und r.tlll protested his Innocence, Private Hunk rolls. HoniELLM'iLLK, N. A-- Y Aug. 1. Tho Co closed Its doors Monday morning. Tho suspension Is attributed to the general stringency previilllng In business circles, and tho valuo of the assets are stated to equal tho liabilities, but can not bo realized on at present prlvuto banking houe of N. M. Crane Tlio Chicago nt Own London, Aug. 1. Tho American' cruiser Clileaco arrived nt femes, Monday, and will remain there n week. Tho ompcror of Germany Intends paying her nh official visit Tiir. present source of Income for tha Iceland Stanford, Jr., university at Palo Alto, Is from 13,500,000 of interest-bearinbonds, yielding not lest than !U3,-00- 0 per annum. The futi'ro, however, for the university bears a rosy hue, and it will likely be the richest educational Institution in the world. When Mra. Stanford la through with tho uso of them there will he 8,400 acres at I'alo Alto, SJ.OOO acres at flrldlcy and 30,000 ucres at Vina to fall Into the possession of tlur university, and all these acrea Fully arc capable of cultivation. developed, it la estimated they would yield an annual Inqopa. of U,000,0QO, g Kllknbuuiio, Wash., July 20.-- Tht lUlensburg national bank has suspended payment No statement it mode, (ieorgo 11. Mnrklo, president oi , tho two banlcH which failed In was also president of tho Kllcns burg tank. Port-hind- Aank!4iienrtj. Itessomcr Steel Work Shut Down. PiTTguuiia.it, Pa., July 31. The Bessemer steel department of Jones & mill closed T.nughlln'a llrownstowu Katurdny und BOO men aro idle In It Is reported tlint the department closed on account of lack of orders. l.ost Hlgbt unit Speoi'li. , Tlio Si tike Pinctlnnlly Oyer. Kan., Aug. 1, Kallroad men nud others Interested in the coal mines of Chorokco nnd Crawford counToi-hK.- e. Tin Jkfkk)Im villi:, lnd., July 31. Miss 7 " First notional bank "' U"'1 Emma Idnaoy, nged 10 jears, at her morning, owh.g to the homo In Ohio Fulls, wns sudiUuly ponded Friday nn stricken totally blind nnd llkowlso ost lloleiia bank HUMiwiislona. much iiIkivo liabilities, nnd It la b her speech. It lb thought she cannot Hayed it U1 soon rkimo- recover. As-set- A Slontana IUiiW Hinpom- lnitRAT Falls, .Mont., July 20. ties assert that the strike Is practically ,vcr. Tho nunc nro fust resuming their old iippo.ir.ince of uctlvlty, und it Is assorted that In a week or ten, days the output of coal will bo as great at it vas before tho strike. limnte.l liyii Mob. Watmi Vw.t.r.v, .Miss., Aug L Newt tv tc io I here from Ittrls, 13 mile, t i.ij Will hteon, u Negro, from h wash.iu ."1 'j, mob. Tho Kllver Purchase. .Washinoto.v, Aug. I. For the first time slnco the passage of tho Sherman silver law the treasury last month failed to buy the full quota of 4,500,-00- 0 ounces of sliver. Tho total pur2,381,000 chase for tho month wa A Tnrk Walker. Ill.rnTerr. Mon- -' ounces. Tho amount I.kavknwoktii,, Kas., July 31. A day was 210,000 ounces, purchased nt tho counter track walker on tho Ilurllngton road figure of 70.30 cents per ounce. discovered lying in the ditch near this city Sunday, two men, ono living nnd Three Months. .More of the 111k Show, ono dead. The dead man was mangled Chicaoo, Aug. 1, When tho guards and was evidently Instantly killed. nnd gatcmen clocd tho gntesof JackThe living man also received bad injur- son park Monday night one-haof the ies nnd w ill die. Two largo bottles of World's fair period passed Into history. bodies und Thrco months of the big show have whisky wero found on tho It Is licllcved that they wero struck by elapsed and only three months remain nn engine ". hlle drunk Tho dead man liefore exhibitors will begin to move was Tlios. Uynn and tho injured man's out their displays nnd tho work of tearname is Alstn Wnsher ing down thu White city will begin, The Silver Man Ciiiivvnllon. steamboat Humeri. Chicago, July 31- .- What Is termed a I.ouisvii.I.k, Ky., Aug. 1. Tho steamhold forth boat John K. Fowler burned to tho silver masR convention, will in this city, lieginntng Tuesday morn- water's edge Monday night while tied ing nt 10 o'clock. The meeting will be up ou the Indiana shore about one Cost Itl Iroduelng miver. held at thn Methodist church, Clark mile lielovv New Albany. Mato Win. "We deny as wholly unfounded the statement nnd Wnshlugton streets, with n supple Mathony wns tho only person on botrd o often made that illver ran be produced at tu less an mental session at Ceiitml Music hnll nt tho time of tho lire. He escaped un- rents or rierpt ounce, such assertions prove the Ignorance of tha persons nothlnz Friday evening and ono on tho lake hurt making item. We nke the statement, based Tho flro hnd Its origin in the cook upon practical knowledge acquired In gold tad front Wednesday evening Tho participants begnn to arrive several days ugo house, nnd spread with such rapidity allver turning running over a period of many ounoa of produced tha but tho star perfonnors nro duo Mon- that the vessel was soon destroyed. years, that ereryha cost silver than II S9In per more United day, and thoy number nearly 300. The The boat was a stern wheeler, 180 feet ounce states To appreciate this statement one mu.t convention will bo a conglomerate af long, and was owned by Capt A. T. havo red In mining communities. Ha must fair, and most likely a noisy one, tor Armstrong, of New Albany. It wat have seen Ihe numberless .halt unk upon un all tho best known sllverltes will be valued at t10,000, nnd wai insured foi counted nil:, in wnicn. never an ounce of pay. present He must Ing miner! ha been dtacotered. its full value. have been fimlllar with tbe thousant of hardy, Emperor W llllsni s llt. the Queen. Tha Hold llslancr. brave prospector who hava devoUxt a lltetlm nutii London, July 31. Tho emperor ol W.vsiii.notox, Aug, 1. Notwithstand- to the sevrch for tha precious metal and who Germany is visiting the queen at Oflnalli paasod away, their labor unretho slight incrcaso of tho gold bal- have tntlr search unrewarded He mutt sborne Ills majesty was met by Count ing last few quited tneiard HnnUfcld, tho (icrnmn ambassador, ance in tho treasury In the treasury have ctuipaa'c the organization of .cores of whose aggregated capital ruis tlaj s, tho cash balanco of tho great and off Splthcnd by thu tow. Slgnnli Is less now than It was at the end ol Into the nuaJre Is of millions, and w hlUi at artel wero oxclmngcd, und both tho royal tho month. Tho gold balance Is alxnit out with br,ht proip-c- t only to wlul up In bankruptcy. Hut tt th cost of production Is yachts mndo sull for (Jowos, where a JU'.I.OOO.OOO, und the cash b.ilnueo Is .! iUc fiufe of value, then silver ha nam-Into guns wnt roynl saluto of twouty-on- o f.00,000. to fear from told, for .liver touts far mom tired by tho Herman ships and the tu produce than Is Indicated by the citau-llh- l A fetrlke Umlril. guard ship. Tho oniKror, iho prince rtrt between, gold aud stiver Ittwi.v, I'll., Aug, 1. -- Tho plnte glnst. nnd tho duke of ( oiimiught uftorwurd Gold m'nl" I1V'10 main and gcrer.lty On strike In this city Is ended by tho men apcalan; A" "not build up a counw out to Osborne to visit tlio queen to any rt sources It was tho Hrt.tlmo Jolimybobod evei Tuesday tho emperor will sail hlsyncht uoceptlng a reduction of ft per cent try or icvrlopjslt .vtiotiU-d- . "Oh, tin !' guinea of gold require tho Meteor. In tho race for thu queen'i They all teturncd to work Monday frost eiKnt Tha Productionsimple processes, hoard aund r lien. tldikruu rtl'rim Itself this lunipirailvelf I heap aid vimie cup, hold In connection with thoyucht' morning nml tho deputies havo beer whllo tbe yield Uiuautdly t at nl sll proportion nul" ludIauu;oh Jnrul, squudron n --Mtt.u .v Ithdruwn, lf I 1 z 1 look into tha history of atlrer legislation and the frightful consequences which hava followed the act of IK3. We call upon them to mark the steady and constant decline In price of nearly all farm provisions, notably wheat and eotton,wMch has followed the demonetization of liver. We lnr.tt them to dose Inspection of tho processes through which (by reason of the making of slltrr a mere commodity) Eng-lan- d has bicn atle to bring the farmers of the United States Into direct competition with the wheat and rot Ion growers of India. We call Ihcr attention to the significant fact lhat the three, products, viz.: silver, wheat and cotton, have about kept pacu with each other In their headlong tall, each touching It highest and We assert lhat the lowest po'at tojelher falling oil in prices of farm product Is direct result f! the demonetization of allver, and tha consequent contraction of volume ot good metallic money, A careful study ot the fact, about 1, we rfllrm, make every farmer In thla broad land an ardent advocate of the cause ot free allver. "U'e charge that the act demonetizing allver was almost equivalent to an act levying a dlreot tax upon tho whe tt and cotton grower and allto 60 ver miner, of the country equal to from per cent, nf their product annually for the beh-rfllthe bondtio ders and money dealers: for auch an eReet has tren It unseen and Insidious operation. We further affirm that the constantly lowering prices ot tha staple farm product of tha land has la turn served to curtail production, to restrict growth, and to discourage naw enterprises, thus diminishing the field and decreasing the demand tor labor to thedet-riuieot tha workin.-- ; elasve of th land. And to these erlls, already so general and far reaching, the enemies ot allver money are now seeking to ddlhnfurtherwrongoftotlly destroying a great Industry and throwing out of employment hundred of thousands of men to whom th loss of work means the destruction ot their borne and poverty nd suffering for them-elvtheir wive and children. Sherman Law ot Warn!. -- We denounce a wholly absurd and absolutely false lbs charge that the bherman act 1 re sponsible tor me present nnanciai aimcultlea wh'choierwhelm the land. We admit that tha false cry ralard gatnst silver by tbe ggld men at a time when a paulo threatened has created a prejudice acilnsl the silver smoug the Interrt ested and uninformed, but we emphatically thai the outflow ot gold during the past few dars Is due solely and only to the fact lhat tho balance cif Irado has during tha l period been gainst us nearly I I00.OJ0.UXX We say that ..ad there been no silver law In ezlatenco tbe gold the same. Any child would have left us-Juranundtrstand that a gold ls the money with which International balance are settled. If we as a nat'on buy more goods than we sell we must snip out our gold to pay the difference. Australia is pa.alng through a panto that rx. ceedourownln the depression ot values and tic amouutot Insolvency, but Australia ha no Sherman law. To what intra aro ihe financial difficulties In that continent to be aacrttedt Appeal to Ih. Acaleultural ClaMe. "We most earnestly appeal to tha agricultural classes of our country and beg them to Oreat llrltsln 1)1 med. lai.t Appeal for Silver. : - sj j r in A.; t, s."i's 'TrHrX . av - wjiBiaBwawawawawawawKi ' y , "jvbv J; tmmmtmmmmmmmmm , fct ,. i s:f-- aLi, m. :fli jaaBBBMjgMy krlif iiiwwArs., 'sj- i t ." V v.rr, I'ja f " ' . ' ' . f .V '- - r1 ' '3 & THE HICKMAN COURIER. Publlihri Eviry Friday by X ,V ;. ' BALK BILLS, " GEORGE WARREN Hickman, Kantuoky. fflet THE ESTABLISHED J859. NO CHOLERA HERE. Ilr. Uhrrl-- r llrporln I lie Ilraiilt of III. Muslim Onlj n M(.ltrrrnran 1'utl. If Trotililt, to lie iVnrrtl. Nkw Yoiik. July '.'H. l)r. A. W. Wheeler, the I'n'ted Stales murine hospital surgeon, ulm was recently sent abro.id by the treasury department to examine Into the sanitary condition of the Mrta when emigrants nre em barked for this country, has sent the following communication to Dr. Sen ner, commIw.Inr.rr of emigration: "In reply to your letter asking my opinion na to the probability of an epidemic of cholera appearing in tlio ports wuence cmtgrtitton usually comes to us, 1 have to st Jte that the, outlook I , Ciiii-frr-- hiokmRn - r COURIE 1, Till ft ffiLr ' KNVRmPM Jaekt.a ItrMt, next door t Oltj 1I1L GEORGE WARREN, Editor. UM OLDM? miWiFAPBR IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. 1893. Jjfi ,, fWft U1M Prlcoof Subscription. $150 Tiikiik tvero thirty-twfailures I llin Iron trntlo III thU country during the first six muiitlii of this year, which In tho most disastrous record In that In o HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST liUENOS AYJUW LIKE PIGS - VOL. XXYfjil. NO. 40. , . BILL HBAD3, INVITATIONS ,KTC, lettkK A.", w -- caiJl and see its. diir.tr,)' In our history. Tub Navy department buys annually nliout 125,000 xunds pure imttinil leal tobneoo (or .luck Tnr. It In bought un ilrr contract, mid accepted only nfter It linn been fully tested for purity nnd strength. Clittt.At.ii.Nnkiilix, the Kin? of Slam, If wild to lx, tliu uto-- ,' intcrprlnlny man In hln kingdom. He has 100 wive, 1,000 elephant nnd an income of 110,000,000. Hla trouble with France I nror the boundurlc pOAacssloit. .1876. betweon Hlum and French Qurkk Victoiua, mndo her will In It lit engrod on vellum, quarto kite, and It bound aa a volume, cured with a private lock. Several blank page Iiiito Wen loft at the end of the book for codicil, some of which bsvo already been added. 1 TwriXTy thousand, watermelon ar to be cut In one day nt the World's fair when the Mate of Washington's building in oened, In September. It is estimated that the melons, which are to Ih of Washington growth, will make vu iii alllon good-nire- slice. Tnr. law requiring the payment of a poll lax a a prerequisite to voting It said to lie (t'lrriiting In Arkansas to reduce mntvrlally the number of voter e In the Mate. The poorer class of do not pnj' this tax, nor do a largo numtxT of the x.or whiten. Ne--ro- Mns. CltofiK, widow of the Indian fighting general, haa attracted mora attention recently than mnnt other fern Inlnr visitor to the World' fair. Mia la a very fine looking woman, with snowy white lwlr that Is In striking contrast to her yiuthful spirit. AltRA.MiKMr.M hare lon mndn for excursions of colored poople from the (South to the World's fair, and It In ex pected thatSSO.OOO will thun Wadded to the attendance. The tlrt excurIon will U Ai(,nt 21, from Nahvillo and InternictUatu pilnt In Tcniienaen and Kentucky. consider most favorable at all except Mediterranean porta. At lliimbiir;, whence wo grt u liir,- nuinlierof piople. and wlilch, as you remember, tvas vinlted by cholera Inst year, thero has an yet lieen no recurrence of tlio disease, which It was greatly feared there would be. Tho city authorities have done nnd are still dolng everything In, power td prcvefit1 )u Introduction from abroad nnd to suppress It should It appear. At an enormbua xpenne, all water m the city now In filtered it ml purified Aa the weeks roll by the chance of the dis ease. Impmven vi far Bn northern orts are coneeriinl. M Itn regartl to the Med Itcrr.inraii jortv It may lie said that sporadic cases of cholera iipxar in Marseilles and Xaplen almost every year, and the presence in t . cities of a few caeca does not by am means Indicate that an epidemic will follow Since the last epidemic at Naples the sanitary condition of thn clt. has lieen grrntly Improved; first, by the Introduction of water from a mountain lake situated fifty tulle In the interior, the water great purlti ami brought underground to Naples n active uiunlc-lwilltIn alaoallvo to the dangers to tho commerce of Naples In the event of an epidemic of ihol-ra- , and will uv? every effort to nupprevs the disease should It appear. .i will, therefore, that I am Inc'lned to le very hopeful regarding an serious outbreak of cholera In foreign ports thin season, and do not anticipate any m.irked diminution of Immigration from that cause." In l re.-ipiuy Tmk famoua v hnlelutck atramer, Charlen W Mr tutor, of which atich irrfftli.flMH'I.IInn Qt4rt"ii!lMi CS a new Micren In tnnrlne architecture, waaroldat auction In San rraticlaco the other day for llv) and her oarpo of l,0O0 tonn of roal for fit. Ship and car-H- it now He buried in the aand ncarl'ooa on the cMinl if Oregon. wr A Martllni HLrorrr PENSIONS. Msile In the I'rytloa ly, Or every one thouiand elerfrymen the atfea of forty-livand Uty-liv- e It I found that only IS i't die annually. Hut of every one thoimand doctor, between the ajfen of forty-fiv- e and aUtytlve no fewer than Sto-- die every J ear. That I to mi, . the mortality of medical men In almit double that of Increanlnif, clrrirymen, and tlio rate le-tnr-en e j 1 TtlK kingdom of Mam fonnn the chief territorial dlrlnlon of the IniloChlnrao rnlnul.t. the vmtheant Klut of Alnla, mid with Itn drpendcnolenof l.non, Cain bodla and Mnliirrn. ban an area of '.'V), 000 aqua n mllen nlvout five timrn the Ire of Ohio and n H)inl.itl(in of alnnit It haa nil extennlve coant 12,000,000 line and xvrral on hnrlxira, of which that Wlow llnnik'k I, tlio chief. A liriMKll UK front old wayahanWen made by Marietta' (O ) college. 1 ho truMeen announce that a college for women will lo opened In SeptrmlxT. TheiiinItllciitiounfur entrance, and the courM of Instruction provided, are thn Nime an for men In the elaanlent eoume. In modern languape. and literature the ehangen made arc to meet the npec-lrequirement of women In pcnrrnL al M'ASnTo."ii, .luh 3D Tho discovery was made I ridm at the pension olllce that sixteen clrrksof that bureau have been recelv ng regularly for four env,onn that were years, tit Neretary Noble ordered in the early part of his administration. It will lo remeiitlN red that early In t'orporal Tiinner s adinliilstration of the eusion ollli-e- . n number of employes, entitled o and drawing pensions, bad their pe imoiis to a higher amount. It nan alleged that was obuinel thrii"li the oitngresnloitat i pilitleal mraiiv fntloivt-that a nuinlierof Uie employe.nerii dmlsM-from the service, and of nlhrr. were ordered risluceil. This onler was not enforced by either Commissioner Tanner or Commissioner llaum, and the pensions hare Utii (vnlil to the clerks ever since in direct vlol.it m of the order of SecreThin order, Itoivenrr, haf tary Noble Is-etucked away In a safe drawer in Action In the case the pension of.ieo will prolwibly In ileferred until the return of Secretary Smith next week. d -g d TWO UIQ PLUMS. Collrrlnr on a reservation almut twentyllvo mllea front lllchmoud, Vn.. whleh they hold on condition of paying a certain annual tribute to the, Atnte. hare aent n delegation to the World' fair to invite other civilized Indiana to come and ct tla on their reservation and amalga- Tnr ramutikry Indiana, tvho dwell mate with their trllie. The I'aiuunkej'a lmre fine land's nnd are in prmpcroun clrcumatancea, but they have Intermarried ao long that the tribe la In danger of extinction. Inter-eatln- g IUxokok li a very curloun and city of t.00,000 Inhabltanta, 100,. 000 of whom live In houaclioata on tlio river. The larger part of the city la uninhabitable by Kuropeana on account of filth, capeclallj' during the dry season. The tide seta back far enough to make the river Mennm brack Inh, nrrd It la sluggish at all times, and for monthn together rotting carcaaaes and vegetables almost choke the current. Tin natlvea drink It without clearing, and when a cholera season cornea they dl by tenant thousands duly 20 Secretary Thtirlver Krhiay tinnouiireil the following appointments made by the presl dent: .lodge James T. Kllbreth, of New York city, to lie collector of customs at New York, and M'alter II. Itunn, of Cooperstown. to lie appraiser of customs at New ork Judge Kilhreth nnd Mr. Dunn were nnd were laith well Known t Mr. Cleveland. They laith Kdong to the Tammany orgiinU.v tlon, however Jttdgo Kllbreth wns formerly a police court Judge, nnd while serving in that capacity undo a Mr. llunn hat very excellent reeonL lccii prominently known In New York politics for a long time, nnd auccecded Daniel I.amont a secretary of tho state democratic committee. pcn-onal-l- y . M'amiioto. ami .ir.l..r nf ln.lnni. at .w tork Ssitipit. : . -- ia to have something to wake hrr up soon. It ia a trial an tr the poascsalon of the liody of u dead wife. The dlaputanta in the case are widower and nn tin the newly-maddrrtaker. It seems the undertaker hud presented a bill for services aa embalm er and payment waa refined. At onco ho took a lien on the corpse nnd tlio widower aued to replevy. The Insuo decided on tlio 7lh of August. will Meantime a great deal of I'lilladelphla legal taliint In to lie retained for both Miles, while the corpse in dispute calmly reposea In the possession of tlio mi 1'iill.Alir.U'iilA o i HoiikIi on (.'iillle Thieves. Mcx., July .,0. Tho Cllllll'Allt'A. legislature of tho state of Chihuahua has passed a law, which If rigidly enforced, w ill rid .t considerable portion of the Kin (imndn Ininlcr of tho bold mid desperate IkiikI of rattle thieves and smugglers who have committed depredations unchecked for iho past several yearn. The law provides that anyone ciught in tho act of stealing cattle ahull b? shot on the spot and Hint the death penilty will !o inflicted on till convicted emtio thieves. t.'orti it.Mlleliell Talk. CiiH'AOii, July Jt). It wns announced Friday that Corbett declines to tight Mitchell at llnliy, hit Corbett leave for Anbury p.irlc net week, wherft hs will liegiii training for his contest with Ijltesl li dortahcr, - Mitchell, with the understanding that Hip thftit will be at ( oney Island. He proposes to Insist on t lie original ugree-men- t and will present himself at the arena of the Coney Island Athletic , regardless of what cluli, December Mitchell may da Opposed lo riro Worka. .Mii.waiikf.i; July Wclssert, of the (1. A. !(., hai expressed n strong disapptovnl of the expenditure of large sums of money etc., nt the Indiaiiapolli for encampment, owing to the stringency of the money market I anon arlirr llitelirretflll. Ulf, anil ( lilKtrvn mid Tlirn Attrmpljil Sul. el.le. A I ( A.vrino, M'K, Aug. I M'mj None. maclier. n farmer llvlr.g nine inllei tml I'lctitln roiiU I'lsre In Twrnt) noutheaat of Antlgo. mttnle'redjhis wif 'Inwiia, 4no llilllr nt Uii.itrlo l.n.tlnij and three children nt 10 p'clocjc, gntur al llnur.-Tli- i. (Iiitrriimt'iit Ask. .. dnv night and then inado an tinsuceesv In rrftrlalm Hletf.. Tin ful attempt to take lilsownMlfe. tsundai, Hikmis Aviiks, July 31. The radl-c:t- deed wan not dlscovoredlitltil rfjcl'.jhl- here have liegtin n revolutionary move- afternoon, and tho new ment In the prnritiucs of lluotios Ayre Monday morulnf. .Nonemacherjijiado a At tho inquest nnd Santa I'e, and fighting has Irccn full lie going on in twenty towns in the first poor confesnlon. wan ald the nnd he .afraid of flfvlni named province since daybreak Sim-d.i- j that Ills wife's parents were lnjtrtcl.ee Accordluif U advices mi far re where tluy hid come nil the waytroui celled, the Insurgents seem to las (iermany, and wanted moneaid he There ivna despcrato fight had none to send. He had intended tc liU nt ltosarlo, the battlo lasting six kill his fumily Friday nlght,;iiik he hours. Saturday?!! ght Dr. Alein, the radical leader, has Is- changeil his plan to sued n manifesto, declaring that the After the fumily wns asleep 'he real dv do time has ooine for the people to rise nut nnd got an ax and return, and reconquer tlielr rights and libert- the deed. ho killed hla wltfir-lbHe nald ies. threo.rwlnglngtblows 'ihn Sotithern'-onWestern Kiueiiada railroads Ii.ivq been pie. He then ttcnt Into the next room Joseph, and torn up In several places by revolution- nnd killed the I to M'llIIe. 4 years. struck both boys ists with the i lew of preventing or de on the head twice. Itctiirnlag to tho laying the transportation of troops nnd room where hln wife lay ho picked up munitions of war. his j ear-ol- d baby, held her in one nrtn A meeting of radicals wrs held here her the at noon Sunday. Troops and police and struck than on the totop ofbarn, head. He went the were stationed at tho principal points climed up to the roof nnd jumped twenthroughout tho city to guard against ty feet to the floor of the pig sty, suson uprising. Dispatches from Snn I.tttn say that an taining Injuries to tho spine and parlower uprising took place in that province on alyzing hln two of extremltiev Sunday afternoon Fred Noucmncher's Saturday. saw the boys children went The government htm nsked congress on the lied allover and nnd ran home bloody, to proclaim u state of siege in tho and told their father, who summoned provinces of Sun I.uln, Sntita Fe nnd the coroner, and with him he searched lluenon Ayre.n. (Jen. Costi Ins notified for his brother. Monday the Jury rethe general government that ho does turned a verdict that the wife and chilnot need national nupport He states came their death by ax In that the radical forces were defeated at drenhands oftoM'in. Xonemachcr, an In acthe Itonarlo, lo.lnj; sixty killed nnd cordance nltlt his confession wounded. A visit to the scene of the intirdr The latent dispatches say that the mothgovernor nnd inemliem of the ministry disclosed the horrible sight Thegaping er lay on her left side, with a of San I.uts have lccii Imprisoned by wound In the temple. The baby was the radicals, who have established n lit the bed, government composed of member of ingthe cradle besideboys were in a sleepposture. The In tho lied their own party. in the next room in a pool of blood. The futher, as ho lay on the floor of the IN ACCORD WITH CLEVELAND. kitchen, parulyzod but coniclous, withC'rl.p .Mint llo tiir lll.l.llnc nf TIiihi. Wliu out the leakt sign of sorrow or regret, talkud ns calmly about the murder as ,tl4lt. Ill lis jH.Mk-r- . Ni:w Yoiih, July 31. The World's he would nliout killing a pig. Washington special says: SMITH TALKS. Mr. Crisp will organize the house In liarmonv with the w ishen of the ndniltl- ol Istratloii. This Is not due nreessarilv ' " ""reiarj Ms. ntnrllilnz lo Ulter and I tn.lun. to iitii ................ lift nn. tn.tili llttL lie- . ........ ., ..v -- A speciano uie 'KW cause ho desires to carry into cfTett democratic policy. And democratlo "n- - !rnm f hicaifo. In nn interview i", "lienor smilli. polirv he Wllevcs, Is that which lv',n ocrelnry wns determined upon as bent by Ji"s nc loiiowing J do ban -" M hether " jir. ' ",' " "7 the administration. ltlnnd goes to the head of the coinage '",,UlPr" congrennntrn would favor a snver ncu i lH'iu " "', committee eruot. that committee will favor the unconditional repeal of the " noi speau ' tor uie kouiuern An to Mr ItUml hnl. ' tcrs as a Ixxly. he nnswrc.l "I think net. sclf.it is not yet determined that ho ,I,P movement u. repeal uie mil win will ngaln be chairman. '1 hat rests ,mv """"S, ""Pixiri irom Mvuuern irgelv w itli himself. If he Is appoint members. J here Is a marked eh ,nge In iu souiit in rciauon 10 me reectnage imI clmlrmuu the mn tor II v of his com. . "" .''-.mitteo will not be . in sympathy with .I ' V i t., . - ontlmiallv.i inn irro oiiiiiik, M hen told rporteu" Thelcniirngconiniittecso the lioui. n number ot nortiiern iiemoiraito be. in accord with tho presl will all (lent'n views. In other words, the house I :ongremcn are finding fault with Inn of the Fiftt third congress will In) dif-- ' pension policy, the secretary said he did ferently or'ganired from the house ol not Wlicve tlio report. " Tito pallet of eongrcs. Mr Crisp " department, no far ns the secretary the his purpose to the mem-- , ' concerned, he said. "Is to enf-rhas the law as It was eiiitcted by congress. i...i..Mpi.iir.i i .r. ii ganlre his committees that they will be ,N" lcnsi(mer who has once, pro, el W to asked helpful to the president's wishes. Mr.!''1" claim will During tho inesCrisp could not Is elected without a In so again rwtk..(lil..' ...o..-.- . on! vit fill If lie It.lil tlg.ttion of the llcnnet ensc. the referee of tho department. Dr thus Inclined for unity ol not Intrniliain. notified the acting secretary netlon with the administration. llesldes the changes that will l that the department bad allowed uniho nct, ot b0? without made in the coinage committee there """ Ik rn.llcnl chances In the com- - ?"" to the captclty of the applicant .,lvl.. ..f 11,.. ..-- ...,,1 means. Hie nn. ' " manual labor. This was In dear violation of tho nct of congrevn. If ..M.M.lti,.. .....,!,. i,.,.. n...t it.. . r a t rn rt Mil ' It nn tIl I nilrt tii th case, together with the order, v I Slor on liogan Carlisle. Cue will hive n full explanation of m M'akiiimiton. July 31. A good story view son the question, and you will fin In told nt the treasury department on tho department Is simply deter A young that l hlcf t lerk Ugnn Cnrlise mined to enforce the law as It tin f woman who has several relatives at them " reidy In the goverment servico had Importuning Iogan for some ANOTHER LYNCHING. time to secure an appointment. He put her olT in one way and another, but the Tlil-i- l of I he - Nrcro .li.nli.nl nt Sirs. MBliller str,m- IT). at (la.ton, S. I. wns finally oomiolled to tell her that S. she cou'd not get an appointment for C, Aug. 1. Hnnili the reason that there were several K'al'ler. tho third and lust of the th v mi'inlwrn of her fnmily ntrc.idy on tho black fiends who. on Mondav txiir il treisury pay roll "How nliout the list, brutally nssiutlted the young w 'e Carlisle f.tmilj V" nsked tho jvert young ( Archie Slghtlcr, at (Jaston, w is ollire-vcke- r "There are two mem- lynched nt tint placo at 7:30 o'cl bers! of your family, your father nnd Monday morning. I'ntll a late h"ir jourself. Isith receiving pretty good Monday afternoon the horribly mun "Well," replied l.ogau. with l.ited and still bleeding forms ot sitaricfc-Negroes dnngled from ono Inn'' some hesitation, "1 guess the old man will have toga" ifan old oak tree that stnndnonly a fen feet from tho railroad track, in full 1". press Company Itobtied. riew of pissenger trains between ( Itlll Thoiups 'ii M'u niTA. Knn . July SI. -- The Pnolflc itimtii.i nnd Savannah. llxpress Co. wns robled or $7,500 hero ivas lynched early Sunday mornIrig,iui ' Saturday night within one block of the r.tin Preston at mtibday. After Preston had been dlspossd of business center. A few minutes before the departure, of tho llock Island train the mob started for Lexington court a message called the express wtion to louse for Handy Knlgler, who had the Wichita creamery. It wns met been place J in Jill there by the mob them by two nrmed Negroes, who or for safe keeping. They arrived at ":30 dered tho messenger to open tho safe. sunday night, tho sheriff iuimediatelt He did so, and tho robbers look tho tiirneil the prisoner over- to them, they started iiack with contents, amounting to tho sum men md libit to Ciaston, where ilicv arrived tioned. ibout I o'clock Monday in lrnlitij. Ho ItecU Willi's Itcslgiiittlou. Senator protested hln Innocence all along tho On oad Ciikvkvm:. Wyo., July lie wan taken to a pdnt of the Ixirnc does not confirm or deny the '.ill road track opposite t ir tree from rumor that Senator Iteckwlth linn re ivhich still hamjod the in itilated bodsigned. It Is known, however, that ies of his two companions In crime, he has resigned und that his Mieceskor ind as he gazed upon the ghastly sight Is appointed. Tho senntor will lo Al lie wits told ho would soon bo strung New, recently appointed internal rev up beside them llo was not nfTectcd rnuu collector for Colorado nnd Wyo- by the scene and '.till protested his Innocence. ming. The Radicals Have Degun a Revolutionary Movement. rarrilfi , a - J SDIIRKXDEKS. Little Slam Accepts franco tum In Its Entirety. In Ilit Ultima- Inlrre.l nf I'.Mr. llin Hlntc Hiilonlli In rrvi.rp'4 Hii ilrn.tffit. I'rriiM of llin I'ltlie .turn nil I if II. e lllldouuile Mrp to drttlemeiit. - Af n. -- Tho.-tracks'i- d & orfth"tijin y I) t.vnKOK, July 31. The Siamese government has ticceptol the full terms of the French ultlmitum The substance if Franco's ultimatum was ns follows: 1. A recognition of the rights of An nam and Cnmlxidla on the left or eastern bnnk of tlio Mekong river nn far north ns tho twentv-thirparallel of latitude. 2. Tho evacuation within n month of tho forts held by tho Siamese on the east bank ot the river, 3. Full satisfaction .foj various against French Slameso nggrcsslonn ililpsand French . aiUrsmAho d ... I "".)? rnian ... f7 ls-e- see-cia- ry "Ju'i uiem-Shenii.- ! 1 -- "'""'""" .,,,.,,, "" Fifty-secon- d ce iN-e- I nl ' '""," ,i... 1 ist-- t Ik-c- Com-miii-- ' -- 3l.-0- ov. Within fifty ycara, anys tlio Cincinn utilitarian nge will nati Times-Star- , muke tlio prewnt wasto of aewnge in nearly ull tlio largo cities of the country seem nlmont criminal. M'lien thero are millions of ncrea of starving land In thia country within easy reuch of mnrketa that could le made us productive aa can the virgin soil of the prairies if the enormous aewnge wnstet were but nived and applied to them, to m Iter this waste to continue when It U a constant menace to human life, dependent upon running atrenma for wntcr supply, the waste oven now it recklcsa and deplorable. Two AVIsconslii Ihinks Tall. Mii.waukkk, Wla.,.luly 29, Specials from Port Washington say the Ocnnan American bank nt that place failed Friday. Another special says Seymour'i bntik at Chippewa Falls also filled Friday. A llankSiispenrtii. Tiir present source of income for th Klmcssiiuiio, Wash. July 20. The Iceland Stanford, jr., university at Palo Kllcnsburg national bank has susAlto, Is from t'J,&00,000 of Interest-bearin- g No statement It bonda, yielding not lets than $123,-00- pended payment. ol annum. The futuro, howover, made, (leorgo 11. Mnrkle. president pr a rosy hue, and tho two banks which failed In for the university benrs Wns nlso president of tho Kllens It will likely lie the richest educational institution in the world. M'hen Mrs. burg bnnk. Stanford la through with tho uso of A .Montana lUuk Hiinpeniln. them there will be 8,100 acres at 1'alo Ohkat Fau.8, Mont., July 20. Tin Alto, 3'J.OOO acres nt llrldley and M,000 First national bank of this city his ucren at Vina to fall Into the possession IKMided Friday uiorinnir, owing to th of thir university, nnd all these acres llolenn bank hUKpuiisioiib. Ansota an Fully mueli iiImivo llabllittcs. and it Is be tiro capable of cultivation. developed, It is estimated they would Ueved It will aoon resumo. field an anaual lnoonn of lUiOOO.OOO. 0 Port-hind- doing lo llin ledlterrniioan. 1'rlvnto II ink Fulls. Nkw Yoiik, July ill. Tho V. S. gun IloiiNKM.svil.l.K, N. Y . Aug. I. The lsi.it llonnlngton, which Is nt tha private banking house of N. M. Crane Itrooklyn navy yard will sail Co. closed Its doors Monday morning. for tho Mediterranean. Her mis The suspension Is attributed to the gension abroad Is to enable her com eral stringency prevailing In business mander to imcstigiito the charges circles, und tho value of the nssetn hi-relating to persecution of American stated to equal the liabilities, but can missionaries In Asia minor. not lo realized on nt present. X- To Slop th Panic Dk.nvkh, Col, July 31. Tho Denver chamber of commerce advises congress to place ull silt er and gold now in the treasury, including bullion, In circulation, ns a plan to stop tho panic. Ilenneiner Steel Works Shut Down. I'lTTkiiuiiaii, Pa., July 31. Tho Ilea- Acmcr steel .icpariiueni oi a ones .v I.iiughlln's llrownstown mill closed Saturday and .too men urn Idle In conIt Is reported thitt the desequence. partment closed on account of lack of The Cliloago at Coivrs. I.HNIHIX, m 1. Aug. Tho American' cruiser Chicago arrived nt Cow en, Monday, and will remain there a week Tho emperor of (Iermany intends paying her n h official visit. , orders. losl Sight unit Speech, Jl.FFi'.KsONVII.l.K, limine.! by it Moti. nniiun Iilnwy, K'cd 10 jears, at her M'ai-wV.i.i.i:v, Miss., Aug--. 1. homo In Ohio Falls, was suddenly Htrlckeii totiilly blind and llkewlso ost New rote ie I here from Paris 13 mllei her spoocli. It is thought she cannot from ii.'i'- I tat M'ill htcon, u Negro, was hairr I V a mob. recover. i Ind., July 31. Miss , Tlio Si rlke l'liieib ally Over. TorKKA, Kan., Aug Katlroad mou mid others interested in tho coal mines of Cherokee and Crawford conn ties assert that the striae is practically tver The uiiiics are fast resuming their old appearance of uctlvlty, nnd It In asserted that III n week or ton dnys tl.e output of coal will he us great as It vus before the strike 1 hasTtnt kc'it'lrcffirillii'.p' organljitl .notwldisUnrfar stead lv lncreuTaz vMue WyjMn largely ml ind provision for" the iv'ctiniary intlcm-olt- y tho house, 3our correspondent learns In taavtlfetr property credit grcoy, impaired. coinage In steadily decreeing. The' truthnow destroyed and Ih.lr this assertion In borne out by tbe panto that ho in determined to replaco Uland iocj ar. of tho victims. as tney nav. ev ben In '.be upon un. There Is plenty of every thing In the of two million at tho head of tho coinage committee. past, loyal citizens of the r.publlcVtevmed to world but gold, and everythlnj in cheap but V An Indemnity He maintains that it would bo tintvlsn Itn In.tltutlons, obedient to lis law,'y,Dr an( money. The gold Is boarded, locked up In the frwancs for various dam igon sustained to displace Illand, ns the latter has a thrrl.hlnr Its tradplons and history, md croud vaults and treasure bozes of thn country, In Frcncii subjects. Its strong following of democrats whe of "wema;ntllcent acblTcments.that allDow). n while property of all forms is rendered value0. The Immediate dep mil of 3.0JJ.03J as.ert with all sincerity draft, uo longer perform francs to guarantee th? payment of tho would resent his retirement nnd thus Jlrrctly sud niijt Injuriously affects one 01 ,,ir less, and check, and their accustomed functions. It Is the knowlfourth nnd fifth claims, or the assign- create friction uta time when harmony principal Industries, and on. that bis form 4 edge that gold ts scarce and Insufficient la Is csscutinl. At the same time, It ii la arrest Dart the basin of oar prosporlly, wl quantity that leads to thn scramble for II in certain din ment of tho the tax-yet would not advocate thn full recognition and l th. trictn In lieu of th de; clt of 3,000,000 contemplated to handicap Illand by restoration of allrrr ss money, did wt not sol- - sSiaBg tha nations ami Individuals, and II bring. hotrllng nf constituting the committee of member emnlr believe that such policy would redoun t "thdrswlng and this connection IIweIhit francs. call Pates And I The ultimatum was sent on July 10," who favor the unconditional repeal ol to the hipplness and welfare of the great mass this Important fact, lit; That at least of the land, and to the 49 pee cent, of the entire gold production of bourn were allowed the Sherman act- - Mr. Crisp nnd hli of nrodurers and toll-and forty-eigh- t Increased prosperity of th. nation. W. plac. this eotntry Is the of th. silver for Slam to make nnnwer to tlio French immediate counselors .seem to think our lor the free coinage of itlver at tbe mines, .o' .hat the closing of the silver mines demands. On July 21 M. Pavle, the that Illand would be satisfied to head ratio of stiteen to one of irold, andjts full t would reduss the amount of gold available for with all money functions equally with coinage to M extent and thus further InFrench minister at Hangkok, pre- the committee even though ho could gold, upon the simple plan nf Justice. In supcrease the darger anl distress arising from to Princo not lead it sented tho nltlmitn-port of the plan we assert, and tothlsasscr scarcity of Roll. It can also lie sUitcd that Mr. Crisp'j tlou wa cballente contradiction, that for cenDcvawongsc, the Siamese foreign Sherman Low Wrong In Trlnclple. minister. On July 2:s Slam replied, present purpose is to make Wilson, ol turies, and before legislation undertook to con stating that the king was at a loss to M'est Virginia, chairman of the wnyi trol and direct It action and movement, silver In "We conced. that the Sherman law Is wrong principle because II degrades silver Into understand what the rights of Aiinam and means coinmiltoe, in place ol maintained us partly with gotd with butsPiiht mere commodity tp be buffeted about by In variation, and despite and Cambodia were on the left bank of Springer, nnd Snyer, of Texas, cbclr the ratio or production the wide speculators. At tho same time the which frequently exist, the Mekong river. 'I he king expressed man of the appropriation committee, in ed. Ia IntS Knzland demonetised sllser. She treasury notes Issued under the provisions ol his willingncnn tonbtn Ion all the ter- place of Holman. Crisp says he will was etn then" tho creditor nation of the world, that law have been 'of Inestimable benIncreasing the circulation ritories over which th.- - existence of not determine nny of the important and her financiers foresaw that this policy efit Inand thus preventing disaster at a critical time these rights could be proved and called chairmanships until he shall have con- would enhance the value of Bold and render "i"o repeal this law unconditionally would be pay her what other nations attention to the fact that five months ferred with his democratic nsocIates, It harder for For nearly sixtyto yean thereafter to destroy silver forever, and would be playing they owed. previously he hid proposed to submit but unless something shall Intervene France, tbe Latin union and the united directly Into the hands of tho advocates ot a single gold standard, aud a contracted curStates maintained the parity of tho two rency. all tho contested territorial questions to chango his mind the threochairman-shipIt would be the crudest blow ever 1CTI (iermany, to international arbitration. mentioned will bo disposed of ns metals. Ia over Franco and flushed with truck at tbe rights of the great mass of th. her trcasujy hr slctory In tho Interest of pence, however, the stated. people, and particularly at the debtor class, for filled with France's ransom ot fl.00Oj,0 It would enormously Increase th purchasing king offered to si rrendered the terriThe commttteen will not bo an- tn (old, determined to demonetize silver. power of gold, and correspondingly lower the tory ns far north ns the eighteenth de- nounced before August 20. Crisp says 1'nrle Sura llemuirtlirs Sllser. value of all products and every other form of gree of latitti it" but no further, nnd he could make no headway without In IJ71 the United States, the irreatest pro property. Th. Sherman law was never faproposed that the Islands In the consulting members; that there aro ducer of silver of all trus nations, followlnf the vored by the advocates of free sllter coinage, course marked out bv Uermany, struck the all b'' l2d n '! !; It i: ccr rUi ttzat ; i; u" d in ccrmsn b" Sii'n o- -i r sovcr.ty now Uomoorilic mcir.hari "c2t2 ver dollar from our colnapn lawn. In IIT the the nnd France. All the other points of in the house with whom he Is not ac- Latin union, deprived ot th. support 01 the tween the desires of of gold standard men and tbe consummation their silQsb ends, and Tim quainted, and that it would be mani- United States and Uermany. stopped tb. coin must be retained In the Interest cf the common the ultimatum were conceded answer was not sat'sfactoty to France, festly unjust to assign them to com- age of sllter. In 1WJ Austria nbindon-- J silver until something better I conceded In It Ret npon a gold nnd subsequently M Pavie withdrew mittees without ascertaining their and Is strlvlnKunsuccessfully toKnuland, taulnc stead. basis Within the past month Fnvnr llolli (lulit mut Silver. from Hangkok on a gi ttlxiat, and tlio preferences. advantaecof the depression exlstlnr allo.er "We are In favor of both gol t and silver at French warships in tin Mennm river The purpose of Crisp to put M'ilson, Iho world, ban struck stiver last ra:e blow money to be coined upon equtl terms at the went lo Koshi Chung, in island near of M'est Virginia, at the head of ways by closing the mints of India to th coinage of ratio of Id to t. This Is the money which the the head of the liulf of Slam, where and means, In significant Wilson was surer on private account. fathers of the republic bequeathed to us. It Is Demands or th. vr.st. they joined the French licet under the an ardent supporter of Mills for speaker the money of th constitution For eighty In the history of .liver "This, thrived aad prospered with this curcommand of Admiral liuiminn. an nctive leader In the fight legislationbriefly told.past scicnly-sescand yrara. years during the He declared that It proven conclusively that lenUHIlcn is ul. rency It was destroyed at tho dictation ol France then deter n ned toblockr.de ,for the Texan. England and l.crm my through agents In the Siamese coast. There is serioua the election of Crisp would lie a party redly responsible for the destruction of sliver this country and In tho Interevti their creditor of the blockade was blunder, nnd subsequently, when a as money. We therefore ask In lb. name of class; those with Uicl Incomes an I annuities. doubt ns to the time the legtilation now restore It to T1k French govto be made effective inemln. of the ways and means com- simple Justice thai the curreruy of our country. Wenow demand that It b restored again to Its rightful plac. In govern- mittee opposed and criticised Crisp's We slate, without fear or rontraaiciion, mat the place where the fathers left It, In tbe Interernment Informed the llritislt ment that the b1ocl;.ik would Wgin policy of dealing with the tarlff.Wlhvon the act ot ten which struck down silver, was est ot the wbole people. "The constantly repeated charge that tbe sit tossed without July 31, but the ltritlsh minister nt wnnt-- ; to attack tho tarltt as n whole Vabwr.lintn-ffTtsnJorlt- y due dcKteratlon. The record ver dollar In chsap dollar ts ao manifestly of lb. members Illogical and Absurd a. to render It unworthy of Kanglcok Inter Informed the ltrltt&h raH'er than In detail. As a result the of both branches of, congress did not know that foreign office Hint It ha 1 commenced on feeling between Crisp nnd M'ilson w&s th. bill then under consideration contained notice among tntc!!!ct people. There are no cheap dollars. A silver collar will purchase, July 2u. such clause. Such statements of Oarrleld, much as a gold dollar or any not very cordial personally. other kind of Lord Itosclicrry. the Hritish foreign It is no secret that the president's Voorhees. Ulalce. and many others, ar. upon dollar. Kqually untrue Is the tt.tement that the records ot their respective houses emphat- the goverpment has lost money upon Its silver govminister, Friday nsked '.he French choice for chairman of wnys and means ically denying any knowledge of that provision ernment for n prompt explanation of has lieen M'ilson. The latter N one of ot tbe art So that wechargo that II was done) purchases, because of the depreciation In Its ha. this conflict in dates, but the answer th K'st informed men In public lifcon without discussion or debate either In congress, price. a The facts are th -ittothe governm--II0.I.0OV more than mad. profit amounltnthe platform. Therehis not yet leen m do public. With the tariff, nnd enjoys the president's through tae press, or upon because It was done 0X on Its sliver purchases under the Illand and Hie acceptance of the ultimatum hi entile confidence. Tho fact that Crisp fore It was great sron; any demand from Sherman lawn, being the difference between without bailee and without the Siamese government the war cloud is willing to place him nt the head ot and by tbe people, nnd lis operation was Inured the market and coining value. And this profl t gone to the credit in the east will of course pass over. the committee to formulate tariff legis- only to the profit and lenetlt or the holder of has It the government of the people because hns paid Its current exwith IiOMto.N, July "..-- The Slamce legalation shows that the speaker of the our bonds and the lenders of gold. penses and obllgvlions, and all their silver, Appeal to Ih AcsJenlturnl I'laxr. tion In this city has received a dispatch next house Is desirous of falling into either ot Itself or by its piper representatives, "We most earnestly appeal to th. atrlcul is tn circulation bearing the burdens of from Hangkok stating In effect that line with the administration. It has beg them to traJe, performing the functions of money, tural classes it our the Siamese government, learning that been frequently asserted that Crisp re- look Into tbe history country and ot sllter legislation and while the gold Is locked up In the vault ot the France regards Its reply to the ulti- sented the alleged attempts of the ad- the frightful consequences which have fol- money kings. It ts gold tint In hoarded, not matum ns a refusal togrant the French ministration to "dictate" to him. This lowed the act ot I(T1 We call tipon them to silver. demands, and being most desirous of is absolutely untrue, ns the next speak- mark the steady anJ constant decline In price of Oreat llrltsln Hla me. I. "W. are filled with s great and Just indignamaintaining peace, has telegraphed in- er will move In entire harmony with nearly all farm provisions, notably wheat and cottoo,whlch has followed the demonetization of tion that our country, of which we are so proud, structions to the Siamese minister nt the administration. silver. We Inv t them to close Inspection of strong In Its credit and wonderful beyond Paris to inform M. Dcvelie, Hie French the processes through which (by reason of In Its rich and varied resources, ts yet the making of sllter a mere commodity) CHOLERA RAGES foreign minister, that Slam n;ccpts the to weak and unsettled In Its financial system 10 bring the farmers of tbe has bien can In day, by the dishonest ultimatum In Its entirety. The dis- All Oter Hunts, With Iliimlreda of Fatal United States atle direct competition with the that into manipulation of the currency of India, patch .adds tint the Siamese governCasra. wheat nod cetton growers of India. We call bring upon the people of free America a panic ment hopes that the blockade will Sr. Pi.TKimni'iin, Aug. 1. Official re- the.r attention to the sKnlflrant fact that the which, without moment s warning, transforms cotton, a happy and prosperous people Into communiicaso: that diplomatic negotiations will turns that have just been issue 1 show three, products, viz. silver, wheat and In their have about kept p.iru with each other lie resumed. Slid that nn early settlea marked inercaso in tho ravages of headlong fall, each touching Its highest and ties of comparative paupers Such conl'tlon I worJn to convey. Is humlllatln. It Is ment of the trouble will be effected. cholera in the parts of the empire lowest point together We assert that tho destructive to the pride and faith which ai where tho disease tn epidemic. Ths falling oft in prires ol farm products Is a direct loyal citizens we hate so long and dearly cherand the SPEAKER CRISP figuren show that from July 9 to July result cf tbe demonetization of silver,good me- ished In our government We warn those In consequent conirirtion of volumeot country who are waging thin unjustifiable 22 there were In the governm-iii- t of tallic money, A ..ireful study of thes. facta thin on war Arrive. In Wnahlngton Hut Declines tn silver an money thn t they nre casting Podolla 1,103 canes and 3.V) deiths, ns shoull, we arnrm nuke etery farmer In this boomerang which will return to crush them. Intk Alxiut tun Coiiitnttlen against 199 cases and 122 deaths during broad land an ardent advocate of the cause of They may destroy the property of great nd c ills. free silver. growing section of our country and bring povWamiinotox, July 31. Speaker Crisp tho week preceding "We charge that the act demonetizing silver erty and suffering upon some millions of their lnvytng arrived in tho city sun lay evening and 111 In the government of Orel from July wan almost cquira l to an act grower s dlreet fellow citizens, but the return tide will carry upon hen an I has taken his old quarters nt thu 91 to July 22, thero wcro 234 cases and tax miner tho the countrycotton to from andtosil- with It hundreds nt millions ot securities In M the form of railroads, state, county, and muni equal of deaths, as against US cases und .VJ ver Metropolitan hotel, lie refuses, naturper cent, ot their product annually for the ben clpal bonds, made worthless by their narrow ally, to say anything nbout probable deaths, during tho previous week. In efit of the hondro ders and money dealers, for policy and selfish greed. The alms aro nol committee assignments or to discuss the government of Toola there wore 77 such an effect has U'en its uuseen and Insidious wanting ts prove the truth of this assertion, con the policy to Iks pursued regarding im cases and lOdeaths from July into July operation. We '"'ihtr affirm that tbe prod even thun early, and, unless the gold conlrao the loverlnc prices session ol tlonlsl portant legislation, llo bclictes the 12. In the preceding week thero were stantly the land his in ofturn staple farmcurtail concre-i- . are defeated In the coming ytar there served 10 uctsof we believe that within session will bo n long one, and will only 31 cases nnd 21 deaths. Tho epi- production to restrict growth, and to discourwill not be a railroad went ot the Missouri probably last until next summer. Mr. demic exists though In less severe age new rnterprisis thus diminishing the field river thatwlll not be in tbe hind, of a receiver Cleveland, the speaker said, Intended fwrm, In tho governments of Viatka, and decreasing the demand for labor to the detLast Appeal for Silver. riment of the worun- - classes of the land. And calling congress together in September Ka.an, Itiazan. Oofa, and Simbcersta. "One hundred and seventeen years ago the to theae evils, already so general and far reachpatriots of the American rerclutton gave to us to consider the turin". and if questions ing, the enemies of sliver money are now seek The Mlver I'lirchatea. In framing the laws and destroying our Inlependence. of finance are taken up before the turifl M'ashiniito.n, Aug. 1. For the first ng to add the further wrong of totally or employ- laying down the principles which were to govout it can easily Is? seen that tho session tini' since the passage of tho Sherman great Industry and throwing men lowborn ern us, they sought no counsel and asked no adth. ment upon theli can not well get through with both silver law the treasury last month toss ofhundreds of thousands ot vice from their enemies. work means the destruction of their own splendid courage and wise, statesmanship He will re failed to buy tho full quota of 4,.00,-00- 0 homes and poverty and suffering for matters before Deconilier. they Inaugurated a system of finance based main here until congress convenes. their wives and children. ounces of silver. Tho total purupon the world's previous experience and tipot Nut Illame-f- . Rhcrinan ! chase for tho month wa 2,311,000 quality and Justice. We ask that the present .1 Truck Wnlkrr') Dl.cnvery. aa wholly absurd and Mon- ly "We denounce that the Sherman absolute- - generation ot American statesmen follow theli act Is false ina chirr, Kan,, July 31, A ounces Tho amount purchased KNwoKTH,, immoe new courage irom day was 210,000 ounces, counter apunsihie ror 'ne present nnancui aimcultlea example: that tney the sturdy patriotism and contemplation of track wnlkcr on the Burlington road figure of 70.30 cents per at the Und. We admit that th. bread wisdom eihlbltrd by the founders of this ounce. wh'ch uierwheim the discovered lying in the ditch near this false tx raised against silver by thcg.ldraea government that they will enunciate a second city Sunday, two men, ono living und at a time when paulo threatened has created declaration ot Independence! that they will reThree Month. .More of tho Hli" Show. against the silver among the Inter- store silver to Its place as full one dead. The dead man was mangled Cincxoo, Aug. 1. When the gunrdn a prrji.dtreuninformed, but we nnd ns. to and was evidently instantly killed nnd gatcmeii clocd tho gates of Jack- ested'hsi :he outflow of gold emphatically pant legal tender money, and thun give In the United during the scrt natural rr States (he grandest and richest The living man nlso received bad injur son park Monday night one-hadjis .srtue solely and only to the fact that sources ot all the nations ol thn earth a flnan of the few I wo large bottles of ies nnd will die may call Its own free from M'orul'h fair period passed into history. the rj mre rf trado hasdurlng that period clal system which It whisky were found on the bodies und Three mouths of the big show have a.iii " marly I K),0,uxi We say (hai ..ad forrljn cnntroL Standing today "mid silver law In the gold there and ruin of our erstwhile prosperity, it is belle ed that thei were struck by elapsed nnd only thrco months remain wou'd ruteno.eft us just the extslcnco Any child The dead imiii liofore exhibitors will begin to move can mi rstund that as Bold Insame. money with condition wrought by .elfish alms, by weak nn engine hile drunk the policies, and unjust law p. the people ot Mon wns Thus. Uyitit und the injured niiin'!) out their displays nnd tho work of tear whUti international balance, nre nettled, If we tana wtilioul regard to class, occupation, as a lut'on buy more good, than we sell we or political name Is Alun M'usher Inspired by a dcip ing down the M hito city will begin. nd tilled with mu.i nip out our gold to pay the difference. sens, of Injury, Just The MLrr Mum Tom tuition. passing through a panic that ei Indignation, sind forth htraiiihnKt llurned. Austra.His this appeal to n In the deprvsalon ot values and CiucAOo, July 'II - M hat is termed a great inasrra of producers and tollers Lotiinvil.l.K, Ky., Aug. 1. Tho steam- ceed- the of silver mass convention, w ill hold forth boat John K. Fowler burned to the tie an " w Insolvency, but Australia ha no of th. t'nlted Slates W e ask thcin lo ponder To what then aro the flnauclal well Ihe statements herein made, and not to bo Shi rmii In this city, beginning Tuesday mornw liter's edge Monday night while tied is that continent to beuscrltcdt prematurely biased In Ihelr Judgment by the ing nt 10 o'clock. Th. meeting will be up on uie imiiaua snore ntsiut one uinu i.slo.t lii Producing Silver. falso utterances of Intertsted classes, and a held ut thu Methodist church, Clark mile below New Albany. Mnto Win. We deny as wholly unfouuded the statement subsidized prrs. To Ihe tillers of the soil, to and Washington streets, with a supple Mntheny wns tho only person on boird to oft n made that stiver ran be produced at 10 Ih. grower of wheat and (he planters of cotInwresl lrs an the Ignorance mental wssloa at Central Music hall at tho time of the fire. He escaped un- rents it escept ounce. Such assertions prove ton, we say 'In this mutter your your Inte-In of the persons our Interest, and our Interest is nothing Friday evening and ono on the lake hurt. W. make the statement, bed rest' To the worUuginauot the land we say: making mem front Wednesday evening. Tho partic The tiro had Its origin In tho cook upon pi' 'leal knowledge acquired In gold and 'You, loo. have a deep nnd abiding Interest In ipants begnn to nrrive several days ago house, mid spread with such rapidity sllter nutung running over period of many Ihe cause of free coinage of silver and In the for, but the star iierforincrs nre duo .tlon that the vessel wan soon destroyed years, iiui e.ery onnee of silver proqucedln the movement for Its restoration, men, to throw out anC precipiII dnv. nnd thov number nearly 500. The The boat wns a stern wheeler, 160 feet United states has cost more than ono29 per of employment avast armtaifglutted la 1 o appreciate this statement upon an already tate them ir mar. will lie u conglomerate af long, and tvas owned by Capt A. T. ounce "d in mining communities. He must ket, must worklmalculable injury to te cause convention must bate fair, nud most likely a noisy one, for Armstrong, of New Albany. of labor seen th numberless ahatta sunk upen tin It wnt all tho best known sllveritcs will be .allied at 1 10,000, and wast Insured for lute "We therefore ask you, one and ail, lo Join eounti'.i mils In which never n ounce of payprcsenL lies must bands with us and moke a cironion cause In ing mineral has been discovered, its full value. money of the have I ""i (.miliar with the thousands cf hardy, bchallof the while metal-t- he Kmprriir VUUUiu UIL tlii Qilfcii. 'I he Until llalanrr. brave vr.isprctors who have devoUsl lifetime, massis through all ages ami In all lands. We Lomio.v, July 31. Tho cnieror ol Wasiii.no. rox, Aug. 1. Notwithstand- to the seir.n for tbe precious metal and who ask vou 10 let your a mblned voices, bo heard, you In Ucrmnny Is visiting tho queen nt U lhoe hate "mill passed sway, their labor unre- and to see toll that volen who represent with ing tho slight increase of tho gold III accordance ihelr search unrowarJed borne. His majesty was met by Count llo must congress cast their tho treasury In tho lust few quited in the orxantutlon of scores of your wflfan and run The icople of Montana have Ilnntfcld, thu Herman umbassador, cash balance of tho treasury great c n.ponic whose aggregated capital ruis arena ti.uval peiple Trey Udlete In hard nnd olT Spitheud by the low. Slgnuli das, tho unl'elsof millions, and liU'isl.irtril money They scorn all suggestion cf reputiienergi'tlc courwere exchanged, and lsith the royal is less now than it was at the end ol Into iiutwnh nmhl prosputa only to lnl up In diation They ure pn "u " the cost of prodiicllun Is ageous and loyal Tlcy hive al'vawipald their ytichtn umdo will for low en, where u the mouth. The gold balance Is ulxiul banki pi at gunn win f i'.i.ooo.OOO, und the cash balance Is 121,, tolie'i" k'u4of Value, then silver ha lioui just obligation and notwithstanding that Ihe roynl salute of twenty-oliare iverw fur silver inoru lhli uiom-nlu? tn ' fr Soli, Indlcitcil (ists farciUb-llsh- grialext t ihtvthat basivu helmed by tired by tho Herman ships and tin MO.000. befalkn them, ty Is by (he 'in tu pi"l.' A Si rise i:inlnl. guard ship. The .uihror, Iho prlnct to niirt all Ihujr responsible tetween gold and silver they will rJl1' I nn in, Pu , Aug. I. -- The plate glass " and tho duke of I oiiuaught afterward (iolil " ohg In" thu main and gererally llles J bevotn s hunoralile mtn up a counbuild queen On strike In this city Is ended by thn men pcat.li ' riH" went tn Osborne to visit the ilniloplt resouices tu any It wos tho first .tlnio JoUuiy ltd cve r Tuesday the emperor will sail ills yacht, accepting a icdiictlon of fi per cctiL try "Oh, lit' I" of gold the Meteor. In tho nice for tho qureti't They till leturued "to work Monday great eii. nt ThprrKlucnonsimple requires heard a guinea lieu. ihlekeimnl'-ll-l'i shouted, Itself tneap and voniuuiid licur this jroceaaes, lumpes'11"1' cup, held In connection with thoyucht'i morning nud thu deputies hnvo beer uUluuupohs JiW ai. it il nil proportion uu shllo tte ykld UAuually kquudrou n r.ilt.i. withdrawn. "4. The puntnhmLt(lmTOlrirs void of onlnlnns. itVroi'n'tn.jlUni.n:ijr-il- , tollieamnua nt UNr and r.tttal ettMidM. On thn olber Irtnrt, allvtr mln(r.i his lcom. as enUMlihoil InitiMif)-- , lis prrxlunlnn bisctavet. npoilanJ peopled a vs.! arra cf cnui.lry com An tlrgeat Appoid from th Minora rrlilns wliole Hates. It tr remanent la (bar ncter, It requires tklllnl labor ami rut oat Montana. Is here ready to confer utb ol capital to surcet.'tllj ensram la II congressman with regard to the process- - of extraction mr.il reilu-'tiool composition of house committee, but The ArleiiMorst !'.-- , Ar. Warned ol rrrnare costly anil difflcitl. It call) tuoex fttence all other larmn of lndu.tr to tupporl Ut few congressmen are on hand to con-fc- t nf Th.lr 1'rod. eU-vrtulldt up commuDltlo, ni.il(es loan. lllitor--o- f with him. He remained at his hotel Mlitr c:tie anil even stales, tuiuinn tnllllont of peo-eil- t. 'J., rtgltlailon. all day receiving callers, but he suc(Irea Irafflin rillro.ul. and bouri ftream cessfully played the part of the modern of pur. wealth lato tbe channel, of fommerc), The ladln! citizens of flUj-J- e, MmL uaUlntrs b sphinx, lie rcfus.nl to be Interviewed tad u nnutacd j greed. We Iherrfore maldtaln that tbe onlr wav la Miectlng on trie on any subject, and In the course ol held ascertain th. true coat of tho production ft conversation kept a careful guard upon July JHftVlplIncim the silver quiTin. bo'.hmoUl. Is lobalinre the tout value of all himself, as if apprehensive that lie Proraltteiit free coinage advocates, were the tin and labor Omolore.1 la rroJurlns Addressed the asscmNAge, themaialn.t the totil vilu.otthe comtilntl might drift into the expression of opinse. that on aucb A ion. All he would say for publication and ttw,ivjMotvIng addrcsstpreprod by product. And every ounce of was he hoped thero would bo no trouble the riee elnige association, vrsr KOld, coils moresilver, aItswell as every ounce ol statutory value, and than or firhUlitr. Ihatevcrv member should BBniie nutniicu. that then, pursuits ar. larzcly followed oa actiirn IM stat. .dr Montana. In count of lb. prli- -. anl ItazirJn of fortune. appreciate the kerlotisncss of tho sltua-- ' Tbim' ilhettlfellow-e!Tltin- s ihrouzb- - winch are so capilvatlnz lo the dlapoiltloa ol Hon and endeavor to relievo it as fetal tbl appeal aciln.t bat tbev mankltiil We ato ay furlher, that II the flat promptly ns possible. are lo t, aa eilttlni .srnnjol value was taken from void, tl would be worth Ho hopes to nee committees dispone ovatljj dbs 0'l tot trUrejs of thai but lltU. more as a commodity than silver. of their work promptly. Ho was pro. wis Tlto.xtend Urc iurtneto Demand Hon Money. HUc In tho expression of hopes but ilti . W. IMraU the oil rrtr-ute- .r Uheml via but alwaja Menr. CHAIRMEN. Il'mul, Wllsmi nml Htjrr !IT lion txlRnril I'luici. ,M'AiitMiTu.v, Att'T. I. Judgo Crtsf TH$WANT V fjif '. S'lliVEii. It. pfreltlun ll,It Cof preset'l liU fee!,2l'"fS"!2Ji - -- alte-llon-- rs equip-men- dlrc-gen- s Me-i.q;- ... -- nl -- Kng-lan- far-of- f oa -in thorn-selve- Li-a- r- lf be-- . ! 11" -- bnl-niic- ' grf-it- e, - o i '' " Jt u 355- - f 1 tv xgW .'i kfc&?i& iLjJj" 1 v $ .liir.s. . VjLf , a ' Jt . A 7Vf" v ksXtsmm j. al "VaTi- 'sj "'VF I, " t". JiS - t , J& j. ' . - -- jftaftar.i. :iJtt.i,tWRMMWiuti(nHiMLuJ. . l!r,iftlmfSKMttlh,-i- & .idMki " i' 83.00 per Doz. A 'rv A S. KOSEDALE, Artistic Tholofrraplicr, nt Campbell's Old Stand. TAKE THE Anil BRIDLES m Cnbini President Clove Philus .. Mil A Visitors are welcomed. vM. SAMSI- nthihimj Hi:sKiini.ri:. , 8f)1 ((f wol, oU. irJP) ai o ,, 8t 1 Good Work Guaranteed. !! B1 SS& J.. THE HI0KMANCOURIERj Inbjoi-vv, "off from EC. 'fl'. Tyli'v for ClcvHund and the Tnrlll. Tlio story tlmt q"""" lv i' PY. A . land does not favor t ho repeal of M V. Il a inn iiiuiii ..ni. i. brim : vxiHtin-legislation in not E?r tariff ,Ue, matter of fuel man, who had AUrt. 4, 180,1. FRUUY, erpdiblo. There is eveiy leason no liking loran.N tiling proiiounei'ii iinly Kp are not a member of iH and he notloe.l lth sorrow that to bollovo It to ho falao and no no Sircrufsotis to jo us WITTISa.) Corn in tire, nor won J, we pir'uar 10 run tiii: vrn:jo:viTfi. llh the latest hi son .etutned 10 beltovo it to lie true. Ills in the centle.nnn fninpn.lne IHai rum 'thing in rollurm and various other lo announce Mr K B J3N YVe are intliorlie.1 ,'8 nililef. bill we niuM be prrniiuril iuntioii nnil eloetion were duo to nest ueek are in election of door insignia of du.ledom. ' Ilio old TYI.KK ' The "'''", "l ii U I.in Iilfh lime ome ci.ii m... keener and sPigpautal-aiins- . 1110 I lie I Hull ho was mi earnest rv'trrence, lo the L'c'" Illrkmn, Minoii.ni Mnp taken " ... .". ra ties for these positions will lie g. imeim.u n..i . in lin- n.;t Senate Or hfll'IIKJ. u distliot. If ili cikIiMm nenaioriiil rare a.i ii in foe to the proteellou theory. The close. il ril ii r " j tii rm in in "in liuii-iHie Demnerailo primary are lo io iplfclcil liv .jot in llic notion nf "". It liiis been lie cnnicst desito men whom lie iliitu lilnrtotil tint. ''VntMiif limn. delected ns his conMine IlK llilr III 1. pirljr. """I nfiim iv ..film Irli.luta Mint iiilm.l Ml h Tin: Modnd propaganda U at lk0 for,, niMiiber of ll;lo"'!;'I;i ' nrein open l,o. work in e.iniet. Molianiaud W ebb, Jt),jH t roil IHI5 I.MMH'KK. niomeut, and before , ...... ... ........... ... , ,, ....... , !. , V. lnw pnniiiifiieeil his wnrU in New the mmiiil' man had time to make Our Mnlie "quirk Sdr. on Hnull rrolll. ii.rijr Cllnlnn fl. WIiHuk oU Um. j,rp iilliorI- - lo inrnnnc .ir.J Y; . '" srr.in;-- lih.,nine in. .l,.,.,.nlMiIon ' r.nrv .. Hi...... onniitin in m.i. nr th .. .1 .. .. i .Il.i,t,i r. inn YorU bv the puldication ofa finely ....... , iicl (IM lining reply, a fiiend walked In. iUt1k uviinuii mix SI'Kllllir of learn in ni'iiimit, .j lit. I. .1 II. a mrlv la-- nl liar Intnilnl inilvir, mer .. ..r Ilir. ., ....1 .l.il .i rt i.i. ininili. " "" "ni" , tlio ranks of the Hepiibllean par printed "uid al.lv edited monthly! "Why. hello, Hilly, have jon .. ill Inle lo rrprfiil riiuon.. nin o. .i.J...in. ...ti.M.. lt.i.li.A.1 .. 1.1 ..lii.ir ,,11111 now i inn no iinn mi nisi .ieiiieii ...an niim in the i""t ti...i-iri " ...... ,.r ..-- . ...j. w.-.inn... "Dear ine. . tlio pread of tlio doe- -' tinned." ho niked. ........u,,- - .. ...... ..v, t.v. Mr. Carlisle, the principle lliinii Ill cm.liliav Hiilicnmnii..ef. ..iu.um ... ...rn..i .v.....r......, li ...,tv I... eial oflleer of the Kovemnient, has rine tlmt ti.tii."'" iu l.nt mil. Cod and huw much you resemble your iihjeot lo Hie cllnn of llit IVimcrsileA iFulinn Ful'onl.n. ' C t "r ," won the lainei i" part of his The Fultoiilnn well ntalen that Moli.uiiainl i Ids prophet. niii. 1111 la iMiuiiitii tti it.fiiiti mm So lie has been telling me,1' vMxa&zm in earnest and contdMcut tWaifyisinnodauperhieitlier Ul,0UghmU ,ho .Ustriet, and not opposition to tin ill' inonoiiily. Tunirlit been little railnnd replied Hilh. rim roii.NTY M'ii:iii.ri:.Mi:r. disWt," nnd, tliorefore, the Com io,,iy RniipMiitil and nneial in Ida 1t tru'nl'inil'a titniicviittil tan. .I.k HI TW n'j bq.h& And fiom that day to this tlio in ti"' r.iited State, thu, r .Eir ......r.,.,, ,,,,,,,. .,. liuilditiu' ,V r nlliorUel m nnotinc. JS II. initteen may widl eniilder tnetli-- personal hrmlns toward Ida ftd, j., year.' l'l.e tatu nf Texas came old uenlleui.iu ban had no fault SUNDKR, (priii Inmmheni) ni owmen, lint hols known to lie hi ,im, wh his C0L.Uratcil iiicbchiko of t'nra odBof orgaiiizntloii wliitdi may not . near lr uli ij tho whole country, to tlud with hid son. llrooklyii cunilllaie for itri wnf ffittilinnil In Mil llii jir ol- .,,.,- l the linrmnu.xp. J road Life. l;S Tlio I)LainocratH or tnon Solionl. for Kulion cuniy, eonstru ti;ir more mile nr .in. .if l.ur Xnvrmlirr elcciinn. The statement iimdo by u in ,.',, wou,j K,.,.k other Mate with the ex-than unv this Rpction Iiiwo pronounced Ho has been' C. . V. that Mr. Cleveland now eeption 't lVnnsylvania. The ClilldrcnIIISltio to tal li Cure," tlio .le..-nn- t Cci'tulti favor of Primary oleotloas aB tho all Ms life a "tlyhliii' Deinoeiat," dissents from the CoNonEsa meets Monday. . ....i.r....r. HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC, . Ijone M." ".pire is coining to the, ..I..1 1,1s r,.i..iu..i. nico nan open ,,,,,,. , mill Kiiiiriuitei'd I'ltro lor ..1.... mm mo nun ,1,- - i.uresi ami iimoi uuiiBiaiiui.1 .,0 nLM,M,(.nit u ,,tforin UNUKIt the recent ni t of l'uer,.10 Attic and .tltilurla. ,...,. seen at the front III all the lleill of .uu. ,u ,...- nivuuMvug In nliluln front with ii unccitian striile. Ti,:.f liilio I. ninimirniiii ,u u.nnin I'rlee CLINTON STIIKKT, HICKMAN, KY. ei. "!k j 1'lorhl.i iPRisiaiuro, an nersuim,". "j oe.ratio bat ties mm nave ucen Tin i'nt.ii'it Adtnintt ration ol For te bj :. A IIdlcomiiic, DrufUt, owning or carrjlnu iv WlneliPRter hns been inpliaslzed In ittoro than wimed in Kentucky for earn past. credence. noliey is n bold man. tw flollowing out itn Mr nr other repeailuc ritles are re 0llB e'ectton. lhe people of tlda district nm nm, , qiuii,y ,u el.araoter vni-iaNl'J.T Mni'iUy (onjif". nil) rnrne In MriUinn miners, .and liiUml to tak nntUe.ense , ,,,, to ,H ,, T, rPOWllLpj4,,,nrdicni,c.)a their' riim l wiltitn rt,,,,,,!,.,,,, in ml ri.lincnt ot its t.leilL'O to tie n.troniliirjr .Ion Kilrn.irdlimtjr. li a foregone rau- AM of enmity. com.nisH.o,,. . , , the keeping of iMck i.xler. If f f American poo.l slrov tlio powers ol nroierty where,. j --Ti ers, nnil plve bnud in tlio sum or," Iligheat Market Trice will h, 1'hI.I for Href Cattle. Stir- iu um o. c cliKlon. ..Cji8 l0llP8lv of purpose. Ho l()(l for proper and legitimate use maty held' under ita provisions iivu.i.11 certain to ake front rank ,,,,, lli8 will bo .ver fi'L'idlv nossilile. will tet the , h,8 nca ot or the gun. Penalty, $100 flue or would vM the county of Fulton in that body, and Ids very action ,. ... uUu i. Tim nf Inim miiku r,,.r ,lf i..... ri..l,f nf r.iilrnml (iiniiianies to mine not exceeding 00 days in tlio conn ji2,0.0fltlie sumo In Illekinnn, and will be prompted by an honorable V It the I3IMOIJI1U) ,,,, (.Vrlull, lliey give ,, WW V .1 llff l1 .1 1 I) I Vl u Wlli .il..rwn M.Hk in coal minine'lt vhal it whleli It enjoysto wtietli 1'aiLlll'JUl) .1111 iy Jan. ho is to pay "punioRe to benefit tho people of, , ."mpanies in that State. The .tnk- - reputation 'SoOO0 in Craves. UllllllOllliW I) 11 il I IWllllJ llllMVi would ..destrov his . . . ' 1.1 .... .....! .... Ii.i.l .. ' .1 11. f... . ..l.A .... ... ....... v i.iui f linl.l III I ll.l U. CONNEIt, of U'ASllI.NT.TOM ' ru iiicuniiuiunitin 'tl.c. ol.ilii'. Ila ilnna iwil nnnil u ciiaiieo lor the .. inai miners oiaini .!.. xpensei "resiliency In . I ... .1 ,1... I....... ,i.vi :. ,.....,. I.. I. nlln.... I.wi. w .1... li ..111 111.. Ill mey a jam.. ...... f Kew York City, banker and brok IU Will JIB' D ? HUE 11111,111111 HI III" III I'll lllltl IIIU llli J," 11II1PI Hirilllll llllll.lllll'.ll'll ''l,iiril a ..,11 Tim l. ll...t 3"- . ' III. it'L'tmui nnmitv. nf Hie very nnrnla er, lias niinouneeil. that he has re were len.ov- - est blmreofllie results. '' " T'V V ''"oai. companies """P rmeimlier Is only 300.00, andean k , ',,,, ie- - kl,-fdgued from tho l.einiblicau Club' life blood ofa town Is its citizen. ie, ' V"? A". .?" ' V iu w'Hi,i.uei l ' of MO Fifth avenue. The roasjdi he afford to pay $500 or $1000 iie i. one of us. a native of our. nun ,."" If they are sluggish, then the curiiiiiiuii' niveoiv unsigned by .Mr. Conner forbids for a primary election? Does it soil, and worthy of our support. - Un tne contrary lie lias given rerent upon which the town rests Is vnnr life worth .ri() cents I If Mutlon is tho seniliug out rpfpnt not look like the Lpgialaturo en- Clinton Democrat. newed asuiaiiees that he still lmtiib Chill; Ague; Congestive Hows slowly and painfully; but ly by the committee on national they be aeiheauil pushing, with evolu-witholds to the tuitiie views, It would (lull; Denlli. This is the purpose of .1 i. HtTairn of tho club of aeiicular acted this law for the ttltSlllCSS Ul'MlIllItl'' Mr. limn of that malaiial chlllv soma an inciease iiace. it 'lows rapidly. II.CUCII.VXAN, CA8J-- R. no.MH'llANT. It I. AI.KX AM'i:i!. J A TIIOMPjO.", be utterly iiieousistent K. June I. L. IIAM'I.K, J N. IIF.AHl.KS, Jr. attributing the present .disorgan- throttling primary elections us a CliHelaiid's character niiiiiu Slop It in time. i iiiiiiiiiii.ii This Item is borrowed from an e ized condition of flnaucPB lo 1'res mode of party orgniiizatlnu, and Gold Is now It will cost change, but it exprease our Ideas hoat of reu'iiuo reformers to'Clnll Cure will do It, or O 3T 3T X O 03 jH-ident Cleveland. " eiacllj. to foice organization by .the con United Statea from Kurope by tho victory under a fiee trade banner1 V,M, ll0tlMiur. Sold by K I.. AIC.X ; II. IIUrilANA.V. 1're.l.lrnl, J J P ItONITMXT, il ikiiiiiiiiiii ..,,... ...iiiiiM. iiiiiikmi ..LaAaat.BSi it Tiik Indianapolis Journal makes vr.ntion .ystcm I irtninixiti llllll nil .. Cowglll, Htckinan, lv. IIIIIIIUU. II IO IIUCIW.CII at .IP will ,'uiiii iiir.il ."...""-- ....... I o gill llnl Wrntlirr liiiirniirr. AS'liKlt. Oi.Mfi; J N l)Kl.t:il, Jr, A..ni-Cl.ler ' a good point in calling the atten- - The Courier is a sltict pnrtv or exports are largely in excess of bv uslii" the iiowerfiiliiilliieiico "' '. ; Ilia T " eenu iou ci Ininr. ' For iwenir-firT Swavne ,? Administration to prevent Hon of the demagogues to the fact ' , ,,, , vour.ilf iml family flui n h,l repaper, but has nlwnya our imports, llieie are the most of ., f nore IWs.. Cayce Ky. t f , t n nil from m niimck of lnrl onip l.l.il " . I (tPllllll .) .1 " xnai me people who can-e-- ."jf0K,. for pt unary elections ns v' 1t i bh " gat hered. This would show an .Inruu ll KiiiiiMer I'll ubrlln' C'i, uy w'u,"raw,,,K the more satldfactory plan Tor or XJ I'tioler tn.l llrrl."e ltenir.hr l interests everywhere will iuilceision of character such as ., ., . , their funds were people of small ' It c.i. but well to do A etire for iheo ilma-r- i t k.ii .! itni:it in rm. i.i.i.ntt r.o i ue ' noon tee. tuo siimtuus oi tne has never been aRcilhcd to him W b T. T. 2"( emu ub For ineans,la1,rere, mechanics, working jru, and a duplicity of which ho is In popular young bachelor of an " trt roineinber that there healthful change. It is a remark ilrufgiil. women and thu like The is town whs being teased b. capable. that the great loanable funds of r0 rankliugs in the feolings ol1 able and significant fact that of It lias been ns the great npnstlo no .V0"K Indies ofa club for not .IS . .MHISIMIT.II married. Ho shji!: "111 of this country arc tlio savings of eomu good Democrats, and that' the scores of banks which havojof reveuo rt.rrm t, at Mr. Clove" ' - Week ' nrpulille suspended during tho last few1 ..,i !,,, won the.idmiration of his tfrry the girl of your club, who lh The Twice- tritan, Si Umi working people, and not the hoard the semblance or opportunities r iij.ht lo ny emu, f themlinve1 coiintryinen. Itl.l,. ,.nl,nl,n. Oil II HCtTd VOIP. J Oil IMPCl IO lie Meekly pper publl.Iirl in Amerlo. It of capitalists. Capitalists never for unfairness should bo guard-- ! resumed, or I'Uiflreii about ''to resume bus- - ,.. rnm.r.inii .. hnvi. mm. mj wife." There wcro nine mem- i..ucl rtsli riie.Jtr nJ rtilar, gifex l!ic W fcl en iiginiiHl. iunirttc iness. In a niujuiiiy ot cases tlie ' . i giri tno chit, nevr Iicnitatos to do wlmt is ' t't"i norcomer, and haeh grpat went in .itt-r-ofn ibe "k- - t ij litlfawik earnew. J.J crime of discriminating tions from precincts in which per banks which hae closed their rj,.t tnid never darci to do what ''''0 Foil tho used nr more fullr lier, iu the face of paiiio ntrieken jB".vrong between llio worthy and the un- - haps thpro was never a type , preparing her ballot and weell- - ni iluurli .unit "irur, In ib.n lie t.lerrr. . w orthyiiKlispensiiigtho pensimi, wri.p m :,,,. depositors, or owing to their In1 ,,,., ,,nili that the su(l'era"es if,,""-ontiTntina. disciiised tho handwriting. The n olher ilrp trlniX. riculHir-il 'e i,.,,, iin ,, fund libPially nupplled by tho'. nbility to tlnd cash with which to ,:qiip ..... f . i,,,,, ti,.,1 result of tho vote was that there i.ilrr - "i. It fill, the ...i. of ..err m i. cniiiusi.isiu, or per war, '"" l ""-'of ibe f.n.iu, ...I ..uli ..Iu.,n.,i n.t i... were nine voles cast, each cirl re-atiou for tho veterans of the their obligatiotis, have been .i m the prosent Administration enjn8 pnlnuto harmony nnioii' the able to exhibit such a ple.ititude of w, ot bpJr . tl0 confl(cllCP nf ceningone. The young man y the hearty hatred of nil purtriots biethieu ,, of ho ppo.,Ip ,iv'mnn8 a bachelor, the club Is', ,8011ml assets as to acquit their &H A rYl.,H, ,b, lfir, ,,,. , and tho oulc.en' of the slightest niismiin ,li8 i.. becretary none lor revenge. broken up. and the girls nre mor.,, ,, ol .,, witii-i-, ,hl(J of ,.,, l(lo,.jn c;tir a.i exi eopr a . ....... it ... I. i C...l. t. nn ......yu-.-i i.i.ii !.....! I.. ' fatlllnf ,..,, or, , , ngemeiit. iinving coniiucic.i i , .vol,,., ,,,.,. I,:,., ..! uiui.-o.i.ii.i fl,rlh.p nf ,.,, ta! enemies, tiniied in the one de enl free, for one jer. In "lit .rti.ur ji ' olllgy lust week at Koine, Adams, .ub.crilr. iness on honest and legitimate ,,' ,llir termination that they will never eicli club of (our trw Trljr free an...!, o danger in cither district," tho IIne wl.h four lolUr ,B,101VI1 ,iy lheir county, O., because a pensioner rii (or ''!r,i sSeh speak to that nasty man again. rople. t.n.1 rl.e it eluk A.lJrti. TilK whose pension had been suspend. Courier respectfully submits If it these banks arc sure to retain the on"nnnot ho ntertidneil for a I'owDnui.Y is pluming a new UlTCtn.ic. Pi. Iiii, Mo. . jiiii u. u.niiii.i, 1. ii..'i. ....-- cius. ini.iiin, 11..1. u niHiiiuii., wouiil not uo well to npppal direct conuiienco oi uieir nepnsuors ami mouient. Lexington Tinusciipt. ii iiitmi; iudustri.il organi7ition. lie pro prevented me to the sovereign Democrats nt ..either customers. Tin tzoes to wiser counsel it shall couiiitue many ni tin1 T burning of President Clevland ..n nil over- - take .1.. bridle, off. and, show inai there iii.aut--.-Oh, my poor -r K"1?)-1al60. traMnf. or overspecuhiti.ig whleli .No oxenso for it- MnwioC lb Ctfiidlrlan of . , iiio iiaiiks nave atieuen, out iniu. i,.,.,, v' ii.,H,r .virl, nuiHlciiiii '" ''"". ."- - rtinriwin nf " " .Innv Titwpr.E fro,n epl"1 t0 ee,,d" '',0 tronblo lies solely In thedisap-- : w cre t So(, all,Bnornnleeil 0,ri",.",r' V.,e I,l,,r"!crs A,,ian,",i fleorgia, wants to solve the negro HIOHIVIAKr, penranco of currency growing out "" "D he fc...i.tlit Labor party. race proldem by fnuiidiii" "a lie- Of Hickman, Ky. of popular flight overtliedoprecia SiLLllIilSillL- - "v. JXol Law In Kxfcss. idea of Mr. Pow lerlv is to organ- In Uib l.earl of gro state planted .I'Mdar. RB B Hon of silver. As soon as conliCowilUV Cowglll, Hickman, Ky !ze ,Iie n'e,v linilin on our own great republic; under tho " M,c,, " m):l(iA '" 1P1Isivo al,, hadowoftlierl,ig; under the ben- - Of course, any mob or Ivncl.ing, deuce in the currency sha be T.T.Swauie, Core IJro a., Cayce, Ky. ediclion of the government." 'In is without the law, but the unwrit! re.,'rei1 wi cougress, business ItBSuiJBrB. scope th.it it will meet all tho d- i- ' A. K. IiteVlinl ilOrdllU, Ky. llio region nr" LOioraiio. VnwXfov ten law of public sentiment ap- - Will 06 llliirKOIJ II" 'tfi tldUlll brisk iniltlllll Solicits our biniiipsn. We offer Hie 1110M I.ibenil Ai commudatioiii iii uitoums m:uiU nf nnuk-rpmsrea, includ- "i, M i . .n,,:,r:, ing political "The new! flil. n:,nt!:"f:,n,l.a": Proves lynching for certain uB..,..M., ..... . u. to our Cuslouieta Consistent with ICstabllslicd dy to begi bu.lne ,,nrMtre Fll. SffiJKi org'iiuz'ition must be political asj Kxpen.r. inl nx. lut.l, 7Slft'. lluiikiii Ptiuciplri1. te guilt of the nc- - rush tho moment the good word which our whole negro plantation fenses when V Vanderbllt Is erect Mr. tpniii oliilirrl am l.'"" from oilier eliitii nnnin iiiii nqiiiiiiinii ing onGeo. piaco near Auhville, well .as lienelieial," says the master; Cnlioub.nl, bank iiiiiiii iimii HiiiiHiiiiHiina nun rui i.iini-1-. in. 1:11. 111111.: iiiil. in iiiif. inn niitiii uuinu,,.,,,. 7.10'JO . ins : "anil must iloal with ,lf , :r:V' u .... ..v ,,u. , iiniiiiin inn un . ...ni. ri. .iu i.m ucuii iiiihiiiil: 111. Tl. e.H'.-...... ,,vi u iiniiuiiM' 11, iiunivii iu ni ...w .. s.w .. . nun, plilic-ir- . a prietu-aiiiuii ,..& hub '.ot be projected nt.i.li is l niunner. 7lL,raMt ll,n' uie TsU,t ''i,,' found Germany or Ilelgium. The' n ' ovpr tho onillrv Nortl., South, , , ' !mpos,il.lo f.,r any organiition to er s , t ,, er Tho 0. ilAI.TZKI.. If. T.TYI.KK, J. W. POWKI.L, 11.11. UKKVAKD LIABIUTIia. goveminent should lend Ihem h,,8t nn'1 U C8t- nml ll,ere l8 ,,n' ! Sor?os uiauufacturiiig concerns havo every aid itidoveloping the connI0OO0W . W. COW (II 1.1,. A. A. PARIS. hFco !, accomplish all the reforms ncccs- - p.Pti ,cV r.al.l up, W. A SII ITK, l1"" ".'f." a . fi.ooo.oo try. Negroes alone should hold mistakable evidence that mistakes, failed, iu view of the monetary ". ""' ary without entering politics to Snrpi.1.. , ni M ' tn,l....lel prof,.., thoonices and rule the country, arc made sometimes, ami worse ftringency. The concliuion m.iRt "' l ' i.ciiiii", uu 4 7U ,11 iuj,u, mm will." line oth-- r Unk. m broker., lioarh a ,,, ww of IIaIpv 4r. 11 insiMiees scoiin 6VjMM UMliIp oying a girder in his library weighs . will bo , , ',ro18 ,MlV0 IncitC,, a,Hl C"ite1 ,lie 't , Shown thH nn mber J W(n? th and have been t01'9' of Ve...,nbll to H.l. oTir lb. rook, by Tw-mob.plntlo J""",s U'i- l- "' "B-f Jobn,9. gcauce and malice. These wretch merelv shutting down, 'lhis has .. west pirt of Obion Conntv last nan.nl b.uk. .io.oienii.lr -- er tl.ii 11.. haveafltatoof their own." .1 r Tb....e.a.rf ... rtvv upon llio waeo ii . M 1111:1111 UaiKlIC mile IlltO IIIC aho.e iiiicmeni le true to lie but of mr es appeal to the virtuous and lion worked Hardship may ItioPVCCH ..i..i. mi... nnnl ., TnK following observations! workers, but thev take hone liiiRPiiieiit In lnr-r- fn nil.llllnn no field on hor-. .. . back and en .......I knowledge ni i,eiiel. oruu, y ne cuarwa.' niinnli to W.C. JOHNSON, C.iMtr. made by Comptroller of the Cur ia faoi tlmt f0w C0l,eeriin have TDoalnr tlio men in conversation The Bubteritieil mul unorn to before me llili rency, Hckels before tho Union agaln&t tho object of their hate- - K010 Int0 liquidation or into tho commodate nil the servants and Walls' workmen botrun to taunt him, 'JOlli J.y of June, IS'JI. employes of the house. Leaguo Club tit New York nro of and undpr tho excitement created hands of receivers. This means WINKS DRCGR, A. V. I.IN lid Y, Notary Public. angry interest at this time: "It Is not carry out their dovilish mealiness. Hint tho employes will tlud them-- Inlaved with granite surround hial whereiip'm Candle I i Correct .iietmo garden anil House and wanted to tight Iu roilo outMIJDIOINI.S, time of panio because wo havo ... n, ,, a,,oll .,. p,PpaH nt selvos back in their old places gariien, and AND 0. II K'LTricii. 1 .1,,. m.l ,iud nddnssed passed tho period iu onr history , shortly U'c have surely passed wnlls ineloso It acres. Ho will Ri,i , , K II. IIiiuva.k, STATIOMJtY, Dirrclon mnie when a panic is a possibility, but ,,,ou 'w. aiul covera a LIQUORS tlB ,lrk hours, and tho havo his own electrical plant and Robert II. Iloiul, foreman of the FANCY GOODS it is one of a slow liquidation, tho, danger to 60cioty therefrom, dawn must boat linuii. Appeal every convenience that money field, wlm lud taken no pari in the will drink water affair, and threatened to hlmot. can buy. He roit result of umliio speculatioti and The good of societydotnaiiils that Avalaiioho. 817XDKHM, from Hushy Moiiutiau, threo miles rniAvme uuanc.a. .eg sianon. .otn RonJ gut oil' hi.s wagon, where-upo- n ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. R. honorable, vlrlne-lovinpeople MUDIOAIi nwuy, pipes having already ing a to be gained by taking on a . .. ,, PAINTS, , A1. Thu National Democratic plat lutil nml tmnr in nnnrul inn. been Candle fired three times. iiab'i:s ... , ,. , rrnr. ...1 1. .. o .. .. w .. w fin ...w.. u..... rrlfrlif I in. ia one year ago, declared that ,1H8 ,,, DW ralw,iv on ,lls pst(Uo Hood was bhot through eaeli arm USR. .Z'c:reatan.iarciitwrotir8.fora8cer.!for,nOILS, TO flllCAIil. A.M. 'I in: eiiuer tne imm ,m ,!, Slicrinnu Inw innat bo repoaleil., to bring tho stone am material up: above the elbow, the third ball immediate futlure. What tho tain as this wlltl spirit Is uprmltted SPKCrALTY. PRKSORIITIONS It was niiHsod bv a Itonub can Iroin down in the v illey, and will ntrikiii; him iu the right side, Tl k.l. n"w on ..1. rrunt Kullim tul'lilr.io .nt American people ought to do in to run riot, society will aurclv. Hotli men are r.lliru .1 113 i.lf. r II, runul lllp. ..In u r.,lillitil the midst of the failures that havo and approved by a Uo-- i hvo 00 miles of line drives .Candle evaped. Congress through park. IlealdPS the well c..n.,.-tc-d, ,, . ,' . , ,, about 22 years of.i;'.''-- " vi occured is not to give way is un- .''UV'ii.r.'u.'cKrr.i u.u ,. .... tho Iiuoiicaii IIMIlllIlW'.....n...l Ii. .. i.n "" n . :.. r.. lor aiarm mi to sniuy letj TAniFl'rcvonue is yet tho great .i..i l.ll Mill 1 :. Illlllllllllll'' 111! :. ..w .I. r... n .. ." :" .. ".'.' Inn.. A ...A..1. iiuu ujiu ..!....! ..i W HUH - lin 1.1.. i.i.iinr, I... I... iiru nii.iu ..- nua ,1111 nm itAii.itoiii ritoji riiKNoiirii iiiuiii ic iiiu oui um engaged iu beautifying nnil keep Havo you tried Plantation Liver wliiMelr.m. ei.irrllik.g., illliiiiil lran.rrir .. everywhere about them and tho! 108tj88U0' VVo, wa,,t ,,BW n,", repeal. lug iu order the estate. When PIIIh for habitual constipation t! iuriiiiai.wufn.. Mrger market for onr whpat, so cniiclusion that must follow Kvkuy pinch in tho that the leglmato life of the conu-- j that our furmern cangot-T- u cents markets, and overy turn or money the hniltlers nro through it will .Tliv are poifontly delight Till and BUILDINGS EXPOSITION t ratio require moro than two years to do'n M,rp c,irP. 1' v " Keep. Kpl.nilM Slock of III. terjr If. mi.ket lnco 'J."ic. Sold by try is not threatened, but instead to $1.00 a bushel. ami nuk unravoraiiiy tne price, t,n carving In the houso that tho tuai ntiecia or all klml. ol will come nut of tho present tur goods, freshly demon- - specifications call for. It isesti' Cowgill & Cowglll, Hickman, Ky of cotton X ' CLUViil.AND has a good sound, in oil tho stronger for having pass" T. T. Swayuo. stratea tho South' unrivaled adthat the total nobt HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &c. en tnrougn ti j level head, and the Democratic vantages for cotton manufactures. milled will be i:),000,000. of the Gore Hro's., Cayoe, Ky. WORLD'S FAIR AI palace Ky. A. E. Urovard, Jordan, A NUMiiRR of Kooly graduates Congressman who Is in doubt us While New Kuglmul cotton mills niilch areotTcril at ONF. 1'ltICU, inJ tl, t lho (WorM'a filr St.llnn llilw.y PUlMiira held a recent meeting at New j t0 the money nue&tioii, would act are shttltiiig down or nhorteiilug; Plantation Chill Cure stops chills, Tun attempt to oust Sheriff Me K.rfurlh.r pirlienUr., IKVrl., er r.ll on or eerr lowral Ibe matkel jmlilti. time, the cotton mills of Smith lork.Ono of the Interesting' wisely to follow Cleveland. ami nr nr features of the occasion whs the. Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, stops 'em quick,yon they never Leiidon, of Memphis, because lie.iireM j.mr x " ,r lANS'lN, II I' .LI1I..1IU reprrMnteJ All gill fiiarnnletil lo I don't believe ,,j ot HIO0t ,l0Wn the lynchers ""' relation of their expeiiencps by! gold is coining bade to this keop a humming, earning divi- come back. If it, try it. If it don't stop em ask , , ,)((.ct ,A0 vat.,.r dends right along. ' --H:oHc3a!;;rSic.f1,,,ad,.,ed 'Sfhdf -for .your money back you'll get it. vc1 to lie a hnonic- - Mississippi Valley Route ist ,, to breath freer. Straugo that the VI I.I. Mil- I A it mix;. rail la interesting. Some h,,,!, Price 00c. Sold by rang, ilic ciii.ens oi tiioiii.iricis (N'wpon N.. 1 MiHiulppi Vail. Co liecomo drunkards because they mere location of thu shiny motal Cowglll & Cowglll, Hickman, Ivy nit in the county have lieen rallyOno of Hie chief objections to others1 should havo such an infliience on had tno tnneli money, nml " " ing to the .support of tlio Miurifi'. T. T. Swayne. LOUISVILLE, life 011 the farm is ita loneliness. . because they did not have enough;; .he ,,,, of t Gore P.ro'ri., Oaycn, Ky. Several inassnieeting- - havo been KVANSVILLU, Recognizing lids, a strong moveaomo because they did not iTE. Urovard, Jordan, Ky. A. held and Mr. MoLeiulon's conduct CINCINNATI, ment is being made iu Georgia to anything to do; some beennso Tutr. wil beloud talk, ASH ALL I'OINTi WHAT .llrCltl'.AUY IU Al'IT.II. fully endorsed. This is a bort ofa & Inaugurate a system of village farthey had gambled and lost, slap hack that wasn't expected by beeutiae they had gambled and "",1 ,,lo,v " ""'Kfess next week, ming. Tlio idea of llio "village uVL. w rjac :mi Shelby Sentinel: Mr. McOreary the newspapers and tho interested won; somo Iipchuso they had no but it will all end woll. Now Is farm" is that nil tho residences of DKAIiUKS IX a milliner ni contiguous iiirms knows that ho cannot defeat Judge politicians who thought to make children, anil otlieia because they the timo for extremists to tone . .... ll f . ll lin iiuin iwil nl.ll.lM... MKMi'ine. i on j wi I'UHHHj H a little cniHiiii oiii iii iiiu iii.mt; h iiuiMiiuii iiiuii w ry ., n.r.n fnr tim huBinnan inu miimo nr niiilif.wiliirr a rrufil nt nrimiirt' not Ullllioill lllAt VICK8IIUI10, sl"Ml1'1 '", flve 0 could auppnrt; some because they lho ,Z all 0(l m,le8 ",,l,ue' boiiicwIimo Rro"" "'"T"!' r P,0,,t ,'" his "J 0,."'t MoLendon. Tho howl '' .NBW OltMlANS, C0BI,lry ." paramount Into a villago were kept too closely tied to HAAd CI vi ab-- it (lllv started hut f ASII AIL 111INTM the center of the tract. Rich res- - dentally he hopes to help another it i itln their.. .other's apron strings when Pry advantages. 3, In tac 11 i :m; thus pj k youncniHlother bPcaiiRoloogre.it ,.... donco could havo ground enough man tu do .t, an. tho big pay Imek died with tho " uh. who now No "oniooratlo CongreBR o' "core to Sonator. taiter?. about It for Ita outhouses, barns, freodom has been allowed to uilsukcu etc., and yet thoy would ".ipoiiir" is too iook mr neraiipail hud themselves woim bv their parents; some because ever ile.nonetizo Bilver.T but Usne pud-iiEcai:c!K3:xvV3:-a.2xr- , ll'.ev had shrow for wives to diivoi enough and no mora ao an to hold be near enough together to nvoid Half of the henntors elected this us to tlio state of public opinion, 8T. LOUIS. CAIRO, will ho Id over four years in MeLendoii is on top and his vilt- tl,e desolate Holilanness of farm them astray, and others besides It Every nine Ano ? an enualitv will, rml.1 a hopeless tho nr-- , nlHoe. Or those who remain Mr. ,lm nre tat of Plain. MiJInm nn Flna FunUr nt B'ealtr reilneel prlrM, X aml others because they had no W. - otTerlnT " ANI AM. l'elNTS inr. lif' Tl, lvni.tages nfofHPllOllls. M cCrear.V holies tO COIlt ol CllOllgh M.,5j ia na n ul.nilld lie. minority. ., nrlvn. fn Irnnn lh.ni alnlol.l. "Olllir, tllQ GOVerillllOnt U Padiicali ,,H .,..,.. rarrr full lino nt nil tlmai.if Chairs. Rooltoro, TnUlos, Duroaua, WnohutuntlH, nun WardrohoB, Ohnmiior 8otb, Muttrossoa, Oprlnim, Kto , - wRuaranto..iu initio bccaiise they had no Iriends, Bol,,i ",,vor or paper' nwat IIU StOrOS, social aillUSPIIieiltS, roll, ." givn go n ginni mini, nini meii x (llv. ua a trial mm bu ninvlnceil. price, to butheloweu . win into mo county coiiipsih, gious ndvnntnges etc., .tin too mill others becauso they had too worth 100 oents. Connecting si MempbU nllh thro llrwarohol.'la'loronUndortnk'r, Qoi!o .ml illtoouulall oouipetttlon lu thli to make It necoHsary to ' viuiien. i n some becauso tho many friends; manifest line, W. oturrr u luteo lino o( Wooden and Metal.lu jr,- -l Cii.t. Irilna lo nil Kilnl in iinntatIon Chill Cure Is giianin CoNCitr.SH meets next Monday. oniiinerato them. Tho udoptlon ' , ncni .1101...10. v. p. iiiam.i an weather was to hot, and others (9'K'ialrtns and JD Work a itcUll. If tt ,i0,.t cure co and L'et AIIKANDAH ANU TKXAS. -- in mo rtinii iiisiuuio " becauso the weather wuh to cold. iiiu ueinncrais are not roaponsi- - 01 me ayNii-vour money back, ask yourinor Hales, Ticket, ami nil Information will I. thing is that bio for tho financial SlopreHsion 0 Georgia has been advocated by States Se.nito The remarkable d.antabont - it. IVIooTaToTSoTTby furulalieil on appllontlnii lo our nr.tr- none of thorn had become a drunk- prevailng, but tl.oy nro ,reapon. Hie governor and other prominent BHXNG "yOTTIl -,,, flvmileato8 are being , Tit K crop? in England are almost GowkIII 6b Cowgill, Hickman, Ky el ticket agent. ard bpcnuuo ho loved liquor slide if they fall " " L. F. PAY, T. II. LVNCII, to wlpo ont the forino,i 1,. Heveral parts of thn a total failuro this year and the con- T. T. Swayno, for liquoi's Bake. However this TraOie M'lir. Ain't (Jen. I'am. Ac' Republican legislation that criuecs Hlato to put it into practical oper ilitiou ot the agricultural clus.s IN Ooro Rro's., Cayco. Ky. is decidedly latter statement ud indeed. LOL'iaVILLi:, KV. A. E. Urovurd, Jovdaii. Ky. utiou. the depressiou. . ky., Lot Thorn Rnu Eond to Eond. I ihr-In- ie en-iilji- . - ';"' cr i ' , The announcement of R. T. Ty- Irr, of Uicknmn, na n rnmliiliilc for Slnto Senator in tlio district' composed of Hickman, Fulton and Graves counties, appears in tlio' today. Mr. Tyler Dcmocint tlio nice subject to tlio ho- linn 01 ilir iiouiocrniiu i.nny 111 I - noni-make- s r.vi.i. has been issued by the . awmh-iiu...,V ico Present ol e Clubs lor a' of Negro Democratic w..,v,vllt. ol colored uomocniw nt Wnsliingtoii Anj?n-- t J I ami -- li. Tin: oi.lv eontPRts pxpenled in the organisation of the House of Uepusputaiives when It meets J.NO. WITTINO, nl ,,.,11..,.., returned from W l 0' rs UjAUP rJ amse ei- -i I , 11 . V ij. ... - -; - - ,, tit .i-n- " Staple and Fancy Groceries, I it - - - c - ...i"""' ""'" - I . ... ..-- . ' 11 -- :r'. .'" "" larf-en- iep-utallo- ! '. ':,,..,... ... I I ntrj-enta ',,,,,.,..,, ,, l ;: -- haw, PBBBI 1 Stapl le aad Jfaaoy i .. 1 ,,, j r-- W. fl Clev-lum- i DELIVBUBD ))i nrX-cnj.ldo ofjfi-fu.tli- u s ' ,.,rtf-..uf..r..- I -- ,,,. 1 1 w ,,. ' ...... ,.." "" .r , I . ,, ..lil-m- l.' I ... ... ? . I I . I 111 an. CAPITAL STOCK ; li $50,000. .l m ' j .,..1 h DIE.HCTOR.S. S Vlrr-rr.lh- thetn. 7- I - , ',- - e - . 1 I '"."" j t ". -- n n AN WACJON CO., - good-lookin- - n I i - lil-icK3rjj!irlt-ttiX-.- mZ-- . ' can-door- s lJi ,..:,,, I I " ,ett ..i"-.,- ,.,n,r,i A -- I 111- ..-- ! u .:. - ,,,,. r.t re;w; 1 b--r tU. uVuL' .,, OI1S-- ,..,. ,,.,,,,. mOESSMS WAQON, TIIC'KrAN. KICXTtTC'ICV. J" !., , .- i Oi-avp- h D pr, vWr" 110 ,ii.'. " STATEMEN .- iii.-ruu.-- 1 UtClCQIlUl lltltlk,' - I ,,,,,! 1 , i 'l aeti-.n- li" "j1,,.. 'JJ" ,, QbiB l KENTUCKY. Paid Up Cnpitiil $40,000.00. DIEECTOH S;. 1 ";" "'"! ".'. f , ... r 11 .1 .1 - 1. " .,.. - . - wnrL-iii'in- . . '"I"-c.- g - r,87;., i , I it-ry iw.-jw.ij- nUoMrtSlM<onll rf Zyl: "' ''" ""-ncau- ..,... .1. g Z;1 ...,, - ut 1 1 ZlTln 1 oi.h Bd,,l-ll.l.p...- IS'S'S'jja ,, ei fon-vHo.a-iinn mt i c,.,.,SK I . o URTXGGIIST in -A-iitl bei-am- a ;, - I i . J r. iti:iuci:i I ' suf-fc- , .-- ", ,mnr.l biii-ii- .-. -- w ww-..- ,.,, , - 1 v i -- H "OLD iRELIABlEI" I . - lorruhn Stops m mil -- a. '""'" P" - "'" a- ii. , 1 1 .1 11 1 ) FUBNITURE. FURNITURE. - i.i.,. . STEPHENS TYIEBi, -- TO- I.- I 1 1 .11-- - , - I I Ic. St ,,,;, u jib:. e.i.a nna nsriB ra iiras! kBivaiuuuuuiuuwi s, ..,.,,,.. yr "' zs:"sr. -- r- I Novtli nncl AVol. '. - '" 11 . ,J -- JOB WORK TO THE COURIER - - OFFICE. IM- L EM .. K'T, i k, t t; tSflu' 4a w jmm. tH . I IT k MefWflrlMffBWCIW3SR f laM Fmii .Furs' ' ff'i-iii- i JLn-- a llgSagBSSggiSStgaSES 35B rytt I COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. CALLED MKBTIStl. IIickmii, Ky., July 2J, 160J. At cnlled tarctiuc of the C!t (.'onnell till) Jny lull, lliere wer prenriil, Uyor Uillnri, Cuuncllmeu Iiler, Weurn, Uryunt ami Wining. Mayor titled llir ol'jeel of llie Th y- - ' iiicciini; in le In mite action on the ,,a4 nallnn o( II N. Cownill, Nupt IVnitr nil A- l.l.olrio llfhti, wliloh mi lemlereil In the prt Chalrmtn of Hi" Wntr mid Hlrutrle IIrIiI IVv, , Comniillee, In wrlltrn noilrc dnie.l 'Jim Inil , nod, If thoiiflil itiUimLlr, to clvcl another Superintendent. On motion, Hit retitfiimlon wm accepted and llie llnmioe ('oiuiilllee were ill rrrted to utile will. Mr. II N. Coirflll m nutceil ns enrly (U rniwiilt-iU- . On iiiolliiii, Iheftecilnn of n Superln-Ifiidrnf Wnlt-- nuJ Clecltlo llglil wm poeipom--l nii'll ltii next rcyuUr nieetiD ot Hie Council. On motion, llie foMnrll iljourned. W I.. MiCurciUN, 0. C. AiltM, Mason's Pint Jars, Mason's Quart Jans, Mason's Jars, Globe Tin Quart Cans, Half-Gallo- n $mWl Jars, 1, TIali-Gallo- n ; to Jelly Glasses, &c, &c, We have too many Goods on hand, and nrist reduce our Stock and convert it into monev. Duriiier this mouth i we oiler our i i v jy Jh r.li &Sk fesssafes ftvji, U; V;M 'Q,i& T' , -- Sflimiiia r t 'k A Jswetor. to Aln, Sncfffnor J. II. Kfingrr, In Rooks, Stationery, &c. full line of OPTICAL GOODS. i " Repair's Fine Watches a Specialty Work Oniirntilefil, nml (loods Kflnger'a Old Btnnd, Clinton -- Gnnr TJbL 0e,sa. 1 KJXkX.SQSS"7 ra. O0 I Represented. Street. ni ENTIRE STOCK Dry Gooris, Clothing, r 0LBE1LIABLE. Ucaler . BuegisB ! Saddles liavo the Harness SAD.DL33S I tihocs, Hats, Ca)s, .Furnishing- Goods, - nmt complete and carefully selected linu of Millinery, &c. Ivlii IIickman, Ky, July 3t, 180.1. rniin'll met In restilnr 3mlnn. rrmont M.iynr Ilillcn Cnuiiciluirri lVeurn, Ury Helm, iVLllii mid ('litywell, mil, 'flit minimi, nf llie I'Ot rrgnUr mrel lii(f, mi' of .tailed nifelln,. Iielil on llie Wild lilt , wero reid, njimiril Btid alined Tin) OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, BilD8S,HEBiCIHSS, PAIHfS A1WDYE-STDFF3, BUGGY HARNESS AND In Hickman. Ainu, n (nil linu of Hriillcn, Collars, Collar Check Linns, Rreeching, Ilnincx, Traces, Ac. 50.00 A good M't of lluggy Hurncsi 'A60 A good Saddle r,u Killing Uridles PRICES, REGARDLESS OF CQl SjrTI AT CUT ft H Stir C!..llir P.11U If you want a good Rnggy, wo me Itlimt Rridlei oO 20 "doru you l)ny. -- t?? Hull mutt Tliur Tub If. Tr.la Tf.l N i tlK l"'f II, M, N., 0. Si St. I. I I K. It. AIIUIVKMl 10 Nn M. JU M, Mrs. lJr. Leon riniler Ky., ing her pmenls tit ami rill lie absent one inoiitli. Is visit- lll . l Trlu I..-- -. Ti.Ih ....... will. II rN N AM V tlati (nlng ponli in I Hi tun Inlleu touf Willi h il.. I. k N ai MrKf. LOCAL NI3WS. r Under the new city charter a .l.... mIiI, the Marshal Ih to lie appointed b north. and the City Council, iiuil iumouil at itoinl .'ailiifali June- - ,1(8 pteilSUlf. PtRiwrn itrom Th new eiifliio for tho Hiokiii.iii Water nnd Klectriu plant has niilveU, nnd will lio put H. - down at once. r u IvoutiicUv'H arliool will lie The lljlug Jenny hnn departed. betli-- tuitl lurger tho next eaNleM wnv to Mop lynch- - laMlo i car than ever Uef.rj. An ii g in to Mop the rapo Imliititrv. lniTfiipl ier capita will bring the $2i0,M0,000.W. According to 1'iof. Hicks the t& Clocka Ht Ruck llros from uirmili. lor Morm peiioil of the present mouth, from .InckKnn, A dinnatnlt U 10 7.'e up. Net Mock. Stli to 12th promises tho most , Tenu.. Ktuteii that Mr. Rom Rhino;. active and dangerous storms of OFKIOK OVKU HICKMAN BANK, -- The Illrkmnn wheat innrkrl mM f L'n'ou City, nttempte.l tho mouth, having as the disturb- HICKMAN. .,..,.,. ih nun none oueiuij;iii prcsuiu hiiIc i o ill .lacksou last ween. KENTUCKY. ing causes 'Vulcan" central on Oanso-- his piiws. ... fill went oil villi an- ,na thd 8th, Venus central on tho Ot li tbT fellow. -'- Ihero Bre TI'J.OOO ul.ililrcnin HICKMAN HOTEL, Now Moon ou the 11th, nml Merbetween the ago of died, at the State Mrs. (leurso Cross, cury central on Hip 12th. Tho RESTAURANT, LUNCH COUNTER. !.0. Itl.efamilv home, near WoodUnd summer heat will become Ay : erect n leveu along Kuutunky One tiling about the separate coach -- Work mi tho new Iron bridge I MIIS. ..n Turs.lsy, Br.d -. l.::rlr! Inrsr ....- -, nn-t nmitrlhiito ot its nud JtMincsBce stilo tho the liefitrn tli" storm nppp.ir. Toil it iiuil be uiiiawfiii fur of li. of wuier lo permit nny boy Hint any white man bill may Wodncday. Slncero syiuialhi public money. Meali over Raioudu Glielu Iiiih been A..ftavn...l.VftlBalltABj.. the barometer will bo depressed allCounter open day and night. JH.00 at riier fiom Iliukmau down want i to iisli liitiHt'lf ou who col. ... ... (jotmty crops II Olll aAllit1.la. ... hours. p" r the is iiuBimm. yeara nf ee and tinier to sprinkle generally, uiu uvu-imi-i reaching phenomenal week. D'ty Hoard and Lodging j,0 onion commenced the liver to tho high banks of ored board $2.50 per week. Meal mm iiuiiiij. people may Iietlirustout with-- ! any f Ilia public elreete of said city. lows" at some points, nud cloud 'Jo Cent a. lodging 'it cenle. thr iiitonl reports mu veiv prom- - Luke oo u my. The Illinois GenMr. R. C. Alexander, of Port 2nd Any perann this ordiTho colored neonle. nance ahall Ih? fine I NioUiing than $100 formations will bo black nud omKCOKNK Il.irrS, MaMgi. No man is responsible, for tho lmg. the ruiincri) are well up trai i.uiioail managers propose!.out ceremony. not Ins Worth, Texas, Is visiting relatliesi inous. Heavy hail, thunder ami of tlin neoiilo on tho willi their work, llie wheat is in iir.iitt' .i... iluvct- ii iiiiiu (leui iiiiiii in tiiii--, will lio Iree from insult nor more than SIUUO for cadi offenae, entlments uiu In too city. "cloud bursts" arc suro lo result It in n aliout nil tlneshed. A lar'e per jjt,.0 i i;,.,.p it in tepair for for-- fr" the worthless white man who the city court. sublect of linchliiL-ranla3rd. riiai lm oriliuane alitil lake ef- here mid thero. To day Is Teachers' examina- growth that splines Irom neeea- - cent, of It in beiuc held for belter ty years in consideration for such may want to make himself consptc-uouDR. L. P. BALT2ER, auJ after pa puatage. fect Irnin tion day. 'tjulto n number of up. sity nml tho peculiar conditions piices. Corn is looking welt, nud piiillcgo. hy lih swagger. On mntion, said ordinance paaied ha plicnnlN are picsent. a inn crop, i no ua.i is inuieates that surround .iiA3ci:sr.s. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, NN'licn llies become troublesome fir i reading 1'oi'K women have established Hue, nnd a large mmntity of ii. Tho new charter for the cities Ou mollin, t'ie rides wro stiapendel, Mnn.i factories throughout the Late peaches aro very line. a "heaven" at Lexington, and there in a lion.e tlicy can alwiys be MelIn llila rounlv, Mr I', II. Browder lo iiickman, : : : : went coiititr.i are reducing their noik or the Oth class, (Hickman) and said nrdin inca p.ted ita aruou.l and kkntuckv. liy a very simple mixture. third readince; and, on motion, eai or- - MlMHIiialeth r.eaily ons ate iciy plentiful and of a in not a man within the sacred into eftcct .lull :lrd. log forces, pnrily becauso thin is Hue quality. was put upon in fin on llie Cdi Ins) , Mr. M. Olfera his prefessional eer'lees nasjiee A ltaKteaspooniul of lilaek popper i1'"" portals. Ihe peoIn this eitmty ple (if HickniHii and icinily. t&r Go to ,1. W. Straughan's for tho dull season of the year i.nd Surrilt lo Mira Mulli' Xenbouue. finelv g'ound should bo mixed with n'l uninliina"ly carried. OITiee, rnr of Jackson and Kentueky St' un mntion, council aJhtmied, llnsr.biillsaiid Hals, Pishi iigTnck paitly on account o( tho lluiiurml .. .:... ..pi. .i..iti.. : In Ibis county on the 0h lilt, Mr. M. iiuniHo mu (Miuiuiiy oi urown sugar, Attet, 4:1 stilngeney of the times, lr, Ac. J. Joues.to MifM J.UJtcljilkr. kind the TSnijioimil ho nioiitencd V. L McCutciu- -, Clry Clerk. uar When tlie water works nro Tho Teacliers' Institute for with cream. Tlio flics will general In operation lie-- in everybmli should to tih',sti:i:s AM) 'ii.icin.lts. Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, at Hickman county will ly eat giNodily of this mixture if When the spring time comes nnd lake a bath. Cow gill & Cow fill Clinton August 1. I find the Slate Superintendent cennla it is pliind where tliev can get it, you feel lired, lazv, nnd generally keep i. Ice Soaps, S ponces, Toilet in a different Although the dais nro just Waters, besides n full lino of PHYSICIAN ANfl SURGEON, but it will be their hist me.il. fur no account, J),i t blame the icmthtr. the per capitaIbe last les'ie of nay from the one giren in Ike Courier, ns hot now as oicr, perhaps hotthe least taste of it U to a fly rank H",1 cleanse your blood with nud Odors. V e U lie makes the Interest on the county binds tntion Sarsapaillla, and start your make up the deficiency In Ike weak dis- HICKMAN, ter, tho nichts nro longer nnd KENTUCKY. Tho steam tug Antelope, re' some what oooler. liver willi Plantation Tills, nml tricts Thin jjives $287 aa die per capita Nothing is to lie found in our Stock (no old shopcently purchased hy tho Iliukuinu Prepare ours(;lf for the coming begin life auow with tho rest of for l'uliou county. Dislricir listing Kesldcnccand odice adjoining Judge 5 Mr. R. R. Millet has been Lumber ami M '(',' Co., sunk at U2 pupils, or fewer, will multiply $"J.S7 by man's ofiice. summer cie.iiit.iug ,iour system nature. Sold by worn good-.hut io, which Rises $129 10 fireieb weak Supt. of Water and ICIec- - Cairo Ii st week, but she was elected mid pitrifiing your blund with Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickmnn, Ky district. Districts liavinz more than 15 ttic lights for tho cil), ilco II. N. promptly mined mid arrived in Plnntntiii i S.iisaiiarill.i and Indido " pupils will multiply the number of pupils " T. T. Sway tie, Oowglll, tesigued. this port Wednesday all o. k. Potnsii. I'riee oOuts and 51.00 of in the district by $2 87. This distributes (5oro lJro's., Cayce. Kj. per bottle. Sold liy the same mount of money, but not 71FI 7? - fi rxSr 'armors and machine men The New Madrid Record jays: ATTORNEY-AT-LAA. K. Hrovurd. Jordan, Ky. In the same way thai I published Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickman, Ky will II nd the bent quality of Information came to our eily WedJan. II Saunueks. last week, " " T.T. Kviavne Oils, for moers thresh- nesday of a murder committed In Hickman, : : : : Kentucky. Prankfoit Capital: Thoro is a Gore ItrnV.. Cuyce, Ky. ers, engines, &c. cheap, at Madrid Mend Ivy. in which crime probability that I'M Storks, editor Money, A. K. lireiiml, Jonl.in, Ky. T. T. Sway.nkVi. 5.'. two negro men were principals, resumed the practice of law. of the Pulton Pultouinu, will ho HAVING A geiitle and affectionate in the next Legislatnte. liis prtri.l and uiidiylde J killing the other oultight tilth Rouglit WITH the CMSII ami miI.I FOR tho Seventeen ynuntr people, their one Ho is an niteuiioo lo busiuess entrusted lo bis carr. member of out) of our popular Intelligent nges ranging from il to L'Ojcars, a gun. CASH, at prices that nuet ANY gentleman, shrewd lodges, who name homo nt lather were received Into the Methodist and ALL competition. in business n flairs nnd Tho Murray Sitnrdav Item n Into hour (ho other night, was nud exact church last Sunday. B. would mako n good Represent. siijh: A party from Ilrleusbuig hvh.s nito what time it was. asked ..." ..t I....I) l... ntive. Ho was n member of the Payments 1 l.ll.lr Mr. T. P. Noblln, ol Mai Held, ladiertises in the Kenton Tribune - L? .,.0 nHni r Bqn.H.tio.. i. nud Miss Cletu Thomas, of Lowes, a sure cure for snake biles for ft 01. il l.iiu iii'.il.i t. fitmlv tt nmnuu. only 81. That's too high. We've Office oser llickruan IUuk. were manied at Fulton on Tueso'clock. 'What's that said tlio and taxation that often bought a whole pint of il fur day evening of last week. jttstly indinnnt wife. "Coming in inents nine to tho House would HICKMAN, KY. Till cents. Tho hooka for tho 8th Seiics of at this unearthly hour and telling be of Tho candidates for the legisWill a'lrud promptly to-- all bnalnesa (n Ladies, don't wear yourThe Council, at its regulnr tho Hickman Rttildiug and Loan t& a lio nhoai it." Tho lodgeman sigh 8c lature must detluo their position selves out by running nn old, nchl ed, nud at unco tremuleil with un inpriine llnnday uiitbl, pas'el an ordi- - Association nro now open for sub- - trusted lo hU care. on wheat. Aro they in favor of hc.iiy Machine. Call at ,",n? (nr,,m? ho. '"' 13 The s hod tear "To think," he cried aje lr.'ii "prinking tho streets jmm ob- -f HorIptIon to stock. Hour, or 70 cent wheats. i7. ft Drug faloro and got a Sl"res ?.'., !?1100'0?' and each rith uplifted hnnils, "ynu'vclio. A. W. LINDSAY, Thero will bo a grand barbeI will sell Rox Paper nt cost Clinton Democrat: Dr. Rich, liloved lint little thtee dollar iui- - wholesale wite of water that has been member entitled to b oirow 2IUU "New Home," tho best ma cue nud bran dance at Moutgoiu ninnd was called to see Rev. Pin ported tench clock before iOU1 pom " b l a eommon Ibliii f r lu) a, nn enoh share owned, to ho se- Attoray-at-lTV- , for tho next liOdajs, in order to chine In tho market. cry's School House, next Pritlaj, ley Rynum. near Cujcp, tho llrst would the word of your own faith. wbeii sprinkling, lo use the hasn for wei cured by mortgage on real estate reduce stock. Tho Paducah News says the 11th Inst. The young men huviiig of tlio week. HICKMAN, KY. ling eorybi'ig lu sight, llureby i.slnc or stock, nnd to bo paid for by old man, to fill husband!" J. W. STUAWUIAN. Kardwell people have a purse of the matter in hand will spare no whoso christian Tho more water 'ban is absolutely neressjry monthly teachings manv installments. III t lo hero g'JOO to present to miiliody who 8:13 Man wants but Office wph It S. Murrell. Democrat for sprinkling purposes Seserd run Tho Charleston i.il.l. ... " .."" 1. It... ..P...,.lna, ..A'.. I. "f .... I I!. " I.. .1... .1. 01 Every "n Investor or been iiirray '', will tlin below nor mints that little long, n...i" vrlil . R.li.nr Kill,, nf ..;. Cairn " .l"" "'cason. " "" nruer win ne long ago, wiieu lio in mo .lays ze says: Representative Hess aa;a liae boys throwing aertet lately, borrower. .stockholder,mmln mnnov.. fur line ;; i.r: was at the by ....,........,,,. L ...... , 4n In '....'........ a . but we've had enough of "After on TiiOH'liv last (lied with tho eaiid of piislti vehicles. the water The Council luqiliro of ,1 ""inresor veil, mid no Intoxicating nith of his usefulness in tho front COAL! the Rail" mid want another song. count of the bony M llcr Ijudiing ,VPr!l08 will bo allowed on Ihel tho scalp of" a innii. inn n gooa tiling in stopping me nine experience members US to their count cause, Is now about to lAMIJi IIUIL! nun HuuHvipiciu uiiuuiiui turn ground. A big crowd from Hick-'lin- to his eternal reward, and pass etor ivoll hioli he leeently killed boya aporl Ruy you n homo on long time his exchange says: "A An inents. is expeeled to bo ptesent. summons may come at any minute. ou his place in Wolf Island townadvettise-incu- t one Pork Tuesday dropped in nnd easy terms, pny for mid ,., ship. Pour of tlio animals weie price 10 n Imrrel. Never in tho UU I....... I.nl.n.,. ...1,II.. tho ....... piTTSBURO, .Kentucky tenohors nro cerA Small ll.irl.ir Hill. disregards tho eight-hou- r iii.iu iiuiljill, llllll.lll JUUI EUKEKA, A writer in tlio Rinningh'ini seou in that neigbboihood early whole history of speculation in J Fifty ;oenti It n small .Ioclor Mil, bill rent to do so, or borrow the monlaw and works both day and night. tainly happy this year. They will lias devised u novel In tho present year and tho young food products has thero boon ey to aitl in business, &e. Por ILLINOIS LUMP, receive moro money for their lint la all il will eoM you in onre any or- Good gospel. than irac .ivor tint,! limn. In.. llnary caee oi riieiirnatiam ir ynu uee plan for keening nn tho tirosner Pig crop riitlerett from tlielr pres- known such n collapse lu values. further itiformatlou call nt the and ANTiinACITEi may congregations bo foro In this country Malm. Try II, ai.il Ity of thnt town, since tho collansc enee. A largo How innlorit.v of the l.nfnr,. tin.L-- tvna at ifiurr i Courier otltce. HlnooHliei; at llie prompt relief of the corner lot boom nud tho Wwf rahitnl dogs died sboitly nf fl'llo flnl In any 'luar.lilits dtnlrid. Increased is a question that has present school system was begun, f, ,. U(! fini, pplleatinii was no sign been solved by u Northern clergy- i noy sunuiii no uioir uesl to leaeii llie pain, 50 cent bottle for galewill nuiel depression of tho iron industry ter Mr. Hess put out poison for There Bpeculutots of rntaclysm. who hud sucLi t. T. Rut the ro saLi nT KBXTH man. Ho linn appointed lady tub good schools. have tended to make It dull. He the wolves, but only ono wolf was ceeded in maintaining tho normal Swajne, drugglal ers in his church. wants the Commercial Club to nld known to have followed Mill. Mr prico weto unable, to obtain Alex Krown.of Cavce, isboing eligihlo Birmingham young men in Hess shot another. Of late years FARIS & PARKER, When the thermometer marks. Chloride of Gold Institute, . CUT Wo will glvo you 12.1 per n carry on iiuiiiircii iii mo amide, IHiiK ot "n? .1.--'" run mr mo i.efjismiure. miurviK tl0 ,PrPei, 0f other it is unusual for wolves to appear funds to IV,... .... operations. Tho kkntucky HICKMAN, : : : : 111111.1111011.1111.1 I.OCUKU AT cent, discount from cntuloguo l result .. ...., ,...., t.i, uiu llll.l.. ..If.lll nil ICUIIIIIU, es and thereby bring cnpltnl to, in that neighboihoo.l. 'ilropln ntices. It Is imnossibln prices on Wutohes, .Jewelry, iVu. think of n hundred gallons of ico laco of the earth, nud is woll qual Hint Phioo. I Ho HiiegCBtlon is do RtJOK Rutin. p.,i stomach anil Rowels,1 lo boliovo that this was duo to tho cream In a glass house under Ihe Hied for tho position. Ho would cidedly sinister to say the least of Hickman Farble Works, purging. Or.uutis. Summer Com refusal of peoplo to eat. Por tho Old Reliable. 0 2G sea: think of the look ou tho faco enliven tho enmnnign mill keen it. thankenneaii, Tobao-cAbsolute Cure plaint and other diseases of tho several mouths poik has been a Morphine an h i.Jred llablls. llWK.VAN', KY. r rich telativu whou jon candidates and peoplo in a roar Notwithstanding the low pricoi"f fifcZr When vnti stnnil nut n innk Stoiiiaeh and Rowels cannot exist liixuiy on nil tables but thero has ,nf good humor. Say, Alox, scud Ml 'Ulli:, Ml lAY. of wheat this Heason, Mississippi ask him to lend you $5. w,,c, Plantation Rlairlnca Mix- been no such lucreaso in tho 13. C. ,,ow" ,,ml ininm, for tho nt the elootrio lights you will catch ls).m.vliaia. Ail Ml T P. IlllYAN, " O ..I .1 .1 oouuty f.uineis nro prepating to The reNr monthly meeting of the announcement, ' .......-.I. n Matiaeer. i.nni(;iiiii ui linnu un t iunll ,l lor tin boys ill CDill. HO to llowi'ill'rt IlrncStoro ,,,,p ,B "", " !'-- "Kaaiautri-u- . oiiiii iiliiiinlilnn nf ..uj;ii no iujuduij uiu DtALCK IS Hickman iiuiiding nnd Loan Association devote tho tisuul acte.igo to its occurs tjowglll, Hiokiuan K ,"droi" nnd liuyii bottle of Sirutrof Tar by Cowgill Iliursilay ultb, l,th lnt. All tlio trenches are nfter you Italian and Amkkican Marbli cultivation for ill. T. T. Swayne, dues an interests must be paid by 2 p in. ild Cherry, or somo other The grand monuments. tomu anu uravk tvif" McGlnty never went to the mill lines follovr. ......... 'l'...... i., jury ,of..!..Shelby Goro Kro's., Cayce, Ky. . a.. Tho Courier is informed that on thut day, orslockbuldeis la , fun STONES. well, ns reported. good cough medicine. Ihe renue.led bottom of tho E. Rrovard, .Ionian, Kv A. AVINU In slock, a fine lot of AmerUHnetranind Mr. A. P. Jones, of Hickman coun- The Hireling will be held at court house II o only stenned down to Cow. ican and ltutUa Marble, an pre ty, will not bo it candidate for tho All pararntila be miulo at Ihe Courier K1H'H Drug StOTO mill got bottom Mom; resttictious have been mice in oillco against J. K. Mo- - Uonsiamly on h anil or silo nt my pared lo fill all orders. Callaud examine Legislature. Ho has many friends OlllCO. great railioatl Lendon, llio bmf ay ,,rl.,.u .... thrown around ,.. ,..,.., .... Pull.tu nilu m,. Liu ,il,.,. Will buy work .u, ....... x....-r.- , i AB:BJITIt.'5,ir," corporations by therecent decision tor bu lallurosheiitl'of Hint county, fiome and Siiue r. .1arcu mouth oi Mud myOrders from the couulry promptly In the two counties, to protect tho pris Creek a .Mr. . I. (J. Speight, of Onion. 1 noy keep n lull line of such the best Plour in Iliokmnn. Por I.. M iioym: 8 Leo Walker, charged with lied. of the United States Supremo oner, Marshal Krifionilino, of Pulton, Ilickmau County, is aniiounreil goods. salo only by Court which says that nil comuion rape, who was taken from jail in was tried Inst week, for shooting in this week's Courier as a cmiili-- l 7 28 , . , ALPKHI) MoDANlKf.. ! Harris nnd .nimes .i win. rtai..... 0. ..i.. carriers tnii8t tt ent shippers with Memphis mm lynclieil. Tho pen. the young man Lowstetter while .into in paiipusiiiii ninb... ... t r. .iir Kl eomplcle, One tir ml mid conviction is V, It is getting to bo n common exaot equality and distinctly rec- ally on " '. trying to arrest him a week or two Pulton. Ho Is n gentloinan. of ; r'"' Kui'Ino, one ten thing for boys to swim tlio ilier ognize thu tight of law making disqualification from holding any consisting ofHeeves n Sticker, Cook Blacksmith and Undertaker ngo, mid was acquitted. a high order of ability, nnd if To""-- , representing tho eveo Separator, to regulate railroads ofiice of tiusl or profit in tho W ,i(oii, hlose uti.l i'ir" Wl ael all will make Representative trest from ipto.ivllle to Hickman nt this point nearly every day. bodys ant see mo It jou l iGy Cataloguo prices on on easy lerm. KENTUCKY. HICKMAN, of whom our peoplo will be proud. l'n""lM' "l JueHihiy, en touto to LfiRt Sunday evening three swam through tho railway commissions state. The sheriff's friends, Jewelry. Call nud examine Now xoik anil Washington City, over to the Missouri shore, whllo that theso corporations shall tfeularly in tho country districts, want u llartfulu. Ji ,'""' lo fell. )o( UAYPIULP, my stock mid gel my prices beflio revival nt tho Methodist to tryjind work up proper Interest a number of little fellows, too tim- get permissions from tho railway nre drumming up public opinion 1 1VK MB A Ttllll. lien you nr.t Cayre, Ky. nliuroh is still going on. Rev. J. in tho great enterpnse before Con-II- . id to attempt the feat yot. stood commissions before they can in his behalf, nud is not likely fore buying elsowhoro. IT nv'kaitihbing done, or a repairs n Vijf)ua, xc. liursesiioeiiig 4;21 Pelts has been preaching snmo gress and before tho Itivor watching thorn. You had hotter grant lower raCes to poisons and that he will bo convicted. M. DR7s7K. J. W. StltAUOHAN'H. DAVIDSON. I also keep a fill line of ireciaity. of Luke nble, interestingand Tho Kvaiisrillo Courier says ivo Noruinus this week, instruct. mission. nroTho citlzons earnest in be careful, boys, or somo of you places. oTThis way thoy have boon Prayser, n railroad switchman, deoply in will mid tho county ono discriminating between and Phil Body, u "dummy" Hue Undortakor's Goods, thnt tho Keeleyites aru hecoming congregations have been largo' tho work, nnd oxpcot, ns thoy The drown expert of tlieso tlas. doings Common, Howixid, an Solid Dlack Wa. most with being HICKMAN. swimmers are poisons or monopolies and places engineer, charged KENTUCKY nut Collins nnd Cases, wliirh can I ntteil mi nunicous thut they talk of anil ntteutiie. A niiinbor have should, to reoeivo tlio aotlvo mid frequently seized with crumps ami must stop mid a man that has but leaders in tho mob, together with op mi abort notice, and at rcJ.ousMe political party for llio alroatly been added to tho church. helpful cooperation of tho nre drowned. Paront would do one car load of whoat or corn can Jako Ouetii, were Indicted for rail. . tucky of protecting the gold CowslH & fewgill'ti prices, flieu me a(be purpose meeting will, probnblv, cou-hunt owners Interested, well to warn tholr boys to stay get tlio same rates us tho man thnt murder. Other Indictments will 'Ofllce over Jbtrsiifti, near Jail. in their nirmilatioii, tlnnu ne.xt week, Whut shull wo do! out of tho river. undoubtedly follow. shire n hundred cur loads. Druj tltuic; iuajJ1.38 t, i neho--Th- - - M S i:illen, tor ntidrtra, John IliiiKwsod, for l reel nork, " GOO " Cliaa. IVllkeMon, " ' " " Jolm Ford, 8.10 " u " " Thot. iSieel. I Thoa'. Warrick, " CM ' 1.26 I'fle Williama, C.00 ItoU. IVilkereoii, " as . ijt i mi .ra, i FO WlTf.B .in Ei.rcrmc i.iaur. ib ii Taylor k. Tyler, for bloeke, 15.50 (!t5 00 Carpenter & Urn , for wood, It. M. later, aaijnio of F: llcllner, Dr. Sam Ltttoii Is an all round I Mrs. Lou Ilnrpor, of tlila eoni). An exclmiigii tells of u reboot frelfiM on engine, 2t 00 lonelier who hits iutrniliieeil n good and pronperoun man, kooiI ty, has bought the Jos. Kukpat-iiliVBleiaThe Finance Committee reported thai L'ootl farmer, Rpleudhl lick pronerty in E'liU IIIckuiHii. lliey had nme settlement him el wny of spelling in her school ". . wii Mr. II. N. When oiih of the cir U iiiIsrih a Hat veHler, luillillng tliu Ullilc lu mid will hhorlly move to town. (Viwfrlll, Ile Superintendent of Water and mini the boy who Hpells it cor- - 'jiiuotinii, to multiply and replen'. She is having the plaen improved Works laand Mlecirlo lights$70 00 fun! thai due Mr Oinr'ill for there ri'ntly iii perailtted to Iiins Hih inn uio eariii, inePHCd oven in ml- - ami put in gooil condition nn amount collected liy lilm. On ami now many Ctrl The lioja nrfl Improviut; Imt viiiiunig I he rejort was roceUed. Crotona Lodge, P. and A. M., tiinilon, tliat the girlB will for- - citizens nllirm they Intend to netid Hill liotd a refiilar coinmnnic.liou Silur-dau i On motion, elieek was ordered issued lo him to tho Legialatuie. Hurrah Aug 12tli, at 2 o'clook, p in , nt their II N. Cowplll-fo- r $7U 00, amount due hi in get how to epcli their own nniiirs for comniixlotii. for I.iiten! lode rfom, Carce, Ky Work in the F. lay Wlionplnc Roupli If not dmijerou-itlie- n - Tlio Mutual Lifo Insnrnnco C decree, a!id iiicinl.cr are rpecn,lly re forTheCily Trear.r'r pretenlcl Ida report I lyre will br monih etidlnK tha dite. ahoieint the Ulitiitxilln a Ciiiiull Urnifly i lnine.a 'I'lt.tril io attend Il make etiieclota'I'Mi Company of New York Is the old-enfr.ely given. ( impnrlniiee to annul o previone lo amnunt in treuaury to he $10 C1. ea.j and pteientt tloltnl lilnuf rouirtiiiK largest and bcM Compnuy in meriinc nf Ihe (irand LniUe. F. F Ihg. Mr It. I'. Mtllel was elected SuperinTiirtr Ii no ilancr in rI inj It lo tmall the United States. Tho Company gl, W M. 1'. J. Olncr, Secretary. tendent of Waler Work and Klerlric occiyiloned ty lights, lo till the rbilJrrti a it eaiitnlna untiling Injurious Ih how iHsiiing to the iiiRuring pubHotel keepers mo complain, the rmignailon of Ticancy T. S w.j ne, dni(lel. II N Cowplll. turiale ty I lic a pnlioy comprising ndvnut ages iug that this is the dullest summer A, Pro. made a propoMeaais Carpenter AceoiiUng to tho new law, neier before oll'eied. full in- - known in u number .of years. It sition lo fiiptily tho Water and Kleelric pltnt wl'b IlrJ corJa of (ood, ury, eerv achonl dlMiict in the coiiii- foimatiou about tlieso iioIIcIop, is duo they say, to tho fact wo on tr miiHt have llie mouths school, mil on K.'IJ. RllISON, nsent that commercial travelers are. not iiuru nooi nvCnrh. per corn, a.a.l in .....l. ll.d ....t... ! iienrereu alar To em.blo them to do thin tlioso .. making their reglllui touis till oilgh',,,, amine and at such Umi! the IValer , . v...,,,, j,Uiuv ,, . ,,. n ,i,.,pi..,u lulling i..uu tlisu lort.v-- , tlilu kpiMion niMnciH belllom lias tliCiriWorka Cumnntie may Uralannie On citizen of 'liptoniille, . - 'apiominent ) pujils will be ciieu the pubwas acoepled. h Oteld been SO mo'iou 'he proro-iiic- n ,)o lllotly I lie roMowIng or.linince was ollered and pupils Is In the city orklnK up an inter- - narkcd lltt foMi-.hIn faior of securing an nppro-uiit- l read by Cuiiiicilnian liter' 'would dm.v. To get this fund for est Tlio)rail!onvi llellti'stlersav: lit it orJaweJ by the Uitj Council of the City the M.iull.-- r districts, each nf the priation from the covcrineiil to NOTHING J'UT OX PREMIUM CARDS DURING THIS S VMS! I properly npprofnl, whlcli nn motion, were e.lliicl, nnd checks urdr,ed ie'ueit fur llie aiiioiiiile: run city reiipnrn. 11. C. Ratnafe, for utone piumcnl for Oily Hall, W. II. Wicker, tiollceman, for 20 follolii(; Bi'diniiH PRESOrllPTiONS CAREFULLY Country optratton COMPOUNDED. Co arrete, Hi H 20 00 (IU0 0.00 MITH, ELLISON "; ....... I SSSESSSSS ...... ..-. iear, B- BfCO. fireil y, JnurniUccU The Creamery al Woo Hand llllla tejat) Children llko tl. J 'ever. Largo l. nrc C!:'.i!2 Monday. ItuUlcs so f 1'rntracled meellnt.i r"pUr"OmU-"tForailel.y f) A. Iloiroxmr, DrujgUt. befln on Ibe 11 Ii Sunday In Ibla innnlb. The Trus'oea of Siiomntn' di'tricl bate engaged Wilt II. Cook to tenth ibeir fall school. Prolracled meeting will begin l Ml. nn the ord liernion, Christian ehuri-h- , Svreaora lo CIMtoa nroa. 1 Kid. Drown OoJ. rjunday in this ninnili wiu will atetsl In Ibe Mr. Arthur King, one nf our county's heal furineia. l.aa rente.) bla firm on Ibe Dresden roml to Mrn. .Mewhlnney & Itice, and will locale either in Hickman or Clinton. We trust be will come to Hickman. Oldham Kerlln, Thonim l'rather, Dr. 5lc. Oeo. llurriii, Alney Mci'eniiell, Dud Mar few days in tin, and (libera, will ! for the Cherokee ritrip where lliey hope to receieen slice of the Strip. The parly Tciil A:::'.! of Csapiain Seprtintei wilt go through In wapuui. ITIc.ns. ,r 1 pleutiiiiil " C. C. C. Ccrln CliHI fJr.re" U tieUo mid luirjnloas. lt rud cci;i. 1. B. Fire, lHiss, INSURANCE! Life, Accident, Tornado, ' & :.- Minu-isspp- i thir-lee- n i - - t. ! -i a ed I 1 1 ( j The Cash Shoe Store. YO 1 Kx-trac- ts ST BET Plan-1)n;S0- f King-a-'J- 'i'ms? fill flfiiVl O. L. HANDLE fl ly Monthly T. DAVIS, The Cash Shoe Store. SANDSHS ' ;:;::.';, , - :";,,; F ;:''' Attorney at w, 0 1 RIOB. Cow-gill'- s cy 1 light-runnin- 1 """""" '"i;"""""''"" "" 1 . 1 .Mas-tor'- s cit-i- judi-elott- s u well-writte- Ago-iteral- - i THE ... II.-..- . .' ."- - Pulton, Kentucky. ( i o, I - a .- . . . . KAMAGE, -tf I SHI1NGLES, i I 1 " '!" i" - 1 1 For leu-ba10 tf S23sJLe mrn'-powe- 1 r "a. f.olivbh, I . Watch-CHiini- par-an- d 1 . Coin-ver- I Kou-Th- o re-ter- I I . - i : i I I -- ,.. L-- :') i5SW-.VV- . i 1 '''jtt-.iW-MUt- fiw . . ff.YjM, - iriMriMMIMMMiMMMihAMt 1 .taii iii k. i.nuiMjitt Jfjia4waaji.. -- lWJ " On r. - T W'da Awake. Tlio Attjrust iiiimlwr of this ilcllght fill mtiffazino is much larjrcr than usual JKlMITirAH. His Relufn From Kept His Promise. vtr-,0nr Ho pages of rcailing mnt-tcPeril a p tho "Story of Wins Awake" may bo considered tho lending nrtlclc of tho number. It Is n graphic account of the magazine, from Its very bofflnnlnff to tho present time. A fine frontispiece portrait of the lato Dmtol Lothrop. tho foumlcrof Winn Awakm, lnot fitly opens this farewell number. Among tho more notable stories nnl articles may bo mentioned "A Kace for I,ifc," by John Willis Hays, a thrilllnp Indian tale; "The Xorth Chamber." by IxMttsn T. Craitf In, ami "Tho Thrilling Story of Capt Xoman." by Charles H. Talbot; "Conconl Dramatics," by Oeorffo II. llartlett, will Interest all lovers of Ixnii.sa Alcotl's "Little Women" stories. With this prent Midsummer Issue, Willi; Awakk ceases to bo n separate publication, antl bids farewell to its thousands of renders, This new departure is explained In the nrtlclo "The Story of Wiiik Awakk." Tho 1). Lothrop Company have made arrangement t6 mcrgo Winn AwsKKlnto bl. AVAWC ' The price of this munberTio cents, sale nt news stands; orihalled by 1). Lothrop Company, lloston, on receipt of price. containing 150 lie In His Must ssrrtnee the IVr.on Ten " l)ul'ter-Ile- ln l)onr-- ll ril Mnntf Ills Miiln-Tlii- mr'Hie lleaiillfnl lllrl Ma vimiiu. "TuritK's a roomer In tho nir." muttered lodger, as he tho impecunious scvcntli-lloo- r slid down tlio ropo that led from his window to tho back alley, "that tlio landlord won't be able to traco, and I'll bet on it!" vestlbuleil trains direct to the World I Pair Ground! and sloppltm nt the Exposition Hales. I'osititrlt Tiir. onlt livj maVlnccnnnrrv Jiii. tr&ops fpr Nslltec '" V.nn In Central Union mnij.,ii, cincinii.iy, llofore poinjf out to the war .leph-tha- h N 1LH.Q &C uilh train, or the U makes n very solemn vow that If It. H.K.T.V &U.llv,aii.lKentmki yen a llr nnJCtO Itr . avuliliwr the I.onl will give, him the victory then nrccsarv via otlirtflliics. on his return home whatsoever first transfer Positiselt Tim om.t link landhiKiissen. Iters ut Suburban Stations In ciiiiafrocnn-venleii- t comes out of his doorway he will oiTer To hII WorM's Kuir lMcls and in Mcrillce as a burnt offering. The Hoarding Houses. No transferer l.iscn-ge- i battle opens.,, H was no skirmishing' or liajfirace. Ask for tickets via Tnr llnrFotm Rm'ti mi the edges of danger, noiinlimlering oud be uroou eel t'lein. O II limits, of batteries two miles uwny, but the Oen'l Pass. Agent, Cincinnati. O. hurling of men on the point of swoulo roulil no opinion that no lady and spiars until the irrotinil Miss Prim is. of tho more drink the blood, and the horses w modesty ould rtbotmduny claim undressed foodaia delicacy. Uotun retired to leap over the pile of bodies of the slain. In those old times opposing Transcript. .forces would light until their swords On to tli Chrrokr strip. were broken, nnd then ench one would Tresldent Qlveland' pro H'nation Is nil throttle his man until they lioth fell, that Is needed now to formally open shortly-angrip to grip, death-starteeth to Cherokee .Strip. Thi l expsrtnt Pacific railway, in nntii-the Missouri to death tnre, until the plain was one ipation of a Itrgebinlneis tottt three prom tum'il.Mi miKHot corpses from w hlch the intnt outfitting polnti, Anthony, Arkausu dashed last tmee of manhood had Cltv ah J Kiowa. Imi iiiinxl fur fro dl .lephtliah wins the day Twenty trilUtiou a rcry bandome folder and iniorin-Ioumphltt, replete wim rsiuauie ound cities la captured nt bis feet r. relative to Uie resources, soil and ell mate of Indian Territory, iklationia and the victor nil through the mountains the Cherokee Strip, toccther wltn an sccu of (Ulead Let the trumpeters call up rnto map explaining the country In detail, Iho survivors. Home ward to your loom who expect to atteuil the openinj wives and children. Homeward with ibould by all meaus proilcls tliemslTc nith a copy of these Mumble guides. Add. your glittering treasures. Homeward H. 0. Towssksd, O. P. fc T. A., St. Louli. to hive the npplausc of nn admiring arches. nation. Iluild triumphal "Tho thermometer Sv Ing out tlags pll over Mlzpch. Open Generous. BrisK my loom Is nlnuty degiees." Urtggs In 'Don't jou want to borrow tho ono In my all your doors to receive the captured decrees." Through every ball spread treasures. miml U'a onlv cichtv-siTruth. Hie banquet Vile up the viands. I'll! I high the tanknrilft. The nation is reAssaults t'pon Health Aro frequently committed by people who deemed, the Invaders are routed and doso themselves with lioleut purgatives the national honor Is vindicated. 'othiii7 nut ultimate Injury can ho reasonHuzza for Jcphthah the conqueror! ably expected from such medicines, and) ct, Jephthnh, seated on n prancing steed, upon the smallest occasion, many unniso If Iho howcls advances umiil acclaiming multitudes pcoplo uso them repeatedly nro costive, Iho most efficacious I.ixativo i but his eye is not on the excited popu liostctter s Stomach Hitters, which never lace. Kemcinbcring that lie made n convulses ana crlpes the iniesunns, wiiuoii Miletnn vow that, returning from victhorouchly rceulates them and Insures healthful action of tho liver, stomach and torious battle, whatsoever first came kiduovs Use It in rheumatism and malaria. on the doorway of his home, that should bo sacrificed ns a burnt offering, "I ais't much at tho planny," said the door. roaMard empioyons tie adjusted the eight he had his anxious look upon tho ut runulu' I. wonder what spotless lamb, what of a load of coal, 'hut I'm t brace of doves will bo thrown upon the tho scales." Washington Star. Oh, horfires of tho Vore and tVliolesome Quillty rors! Paleness of death balances bis Commends to uublic approval tho California Despair seizes bis heart His liquid Uxnlivo remedy. Syrup of Pigs. It check. Is pleasant to the taste and by uclliii, gently laughter, Ids oiirlychild, rushes" out the to cleanse doorway to throw herself In her father's on tho kidneys, liver and bovels tho sjstcm effectually. It promotes the upon him mora kisses health and comfort of all who use it, and inns nnd shower wounds on his breast with millions it is tho best and ouly remedy than thero were All tho Dr dents on his shield. jiiss Prclly-"O- h, triumphal splendor vanishes. Holding Citossiso the Cajirts I nish I could Iiavo gone tocolltge!" back this child from his heaving brenst Cousin (bowing again) Sophomore "Why I ' Miss Pretty "It must be imo to and pushing1 tho locks back from the fair brow, nnd looking into the eyes of know so many men !"- - Puck. inextinguishable affection, with choked A. M. I'Rir.sT. Druggist, S icUiyviUe, Ind , utterance ho says, "Would Ood I lay sirs: "Hall's Catarrh Cuie gives the best stark on the bloody plain. My daughof satisfaction. Can get plcntv of test!. tnonlils, as it cures every ono whotakesit." ter, my only child joy of my home, life urugglsts sen it, ... of my life, thou art the sacritlee!" The whole matter was explained to 'IVr, "Pa, may I ask you a question t" no whining, hollow-hearte- d my child." "Well, where Is the her. This was taluly flrl Into whose eyes the father winu vhm It doesn't blowl" looked. All tho glory of sword nnd U ssvstem Is blcn a town, It must bo shield vanished in the presence of the welt drained, and nnlhing is j efileicnl as girl There may hnve Dcecha-n'Pills. For fule hy all druggists. vnlor of that been a Ircmor of the lip as a rose-lea- f Tnejoung stcrcotyper's first impressions trembles In the sough of the south at tho business are seldom his best ones. wind; there may have been the startTroy '1 lmes. ing of a tear lllio a raindrop shook from but with a Sev air rough"ns tho skin. Use Glenn's the anther of a water-lilly- ; that man may not reach, Sulphur Soap liill's liair and Whisker Dyo, 50 cents. and only woman's heart can compass, she surrenders herself to fire and death. A "ouaX will forgive a man anything ex. She cries out In the words of my text, :ept his lalluro to ask to bo forgiven. "My father. If thou hast opened thy Puck. the I.ord.dountoiuo wlnt-soevIs n great differenco between mouth unto Timtc hath proceeded from tli- - mouth." making things hum and making things She Ikjws to the knife, and tho blood, humdrum Puck. which so often at the fa titer's voice had "Don't sav I seen him. That Is not correct." "What shall Isayl" "I sore him." rushed to tho crimson cheek, smokes In the fires of tho bnrnt offering. No one The driver's seat. A wmrriNO-roscan tell us lier name There is no need Puck that wo know her name. The gar- lllc Four ltoute lo Clilmcn. Positielt tiik om.t link runnlnc solid now on bis Itev. l)r Tnlinape. who vacation tour of the west, chose for a topic Simla? morning, "t lill.ln-dudges xl., .A: Hlghts." the text "My father, if thou hat ojn'iied tliy mouth unto the Lord, do to me accord-ln- i to thst "huh hath proceeded out of thy mouth ' I.nrly .lephtbuh as a turnel out from a home where he ought to hnVo liecn tared for. he consorted Willi ro.Hi men and went forth to he eould. In earn Ills living as K-those times it as considered right for a man to iro out on ituleondent mil.lephlhah was a itary expedition". froo.1 man according to the light of his dark nge. but through a wandering nnd a predaton life he Ncnine rechlevs and precipitate I he pr.iee of (JihI changes n tnans heart but never reverses his natural leinperament. .intnl the AmmonTbo ites driven out .f the country, so they MMit dolegati.ti to. lephtbah. asking of lilnt to Iweome nil the forces. He might have Miiil, "You droro me out when oil hud no lino for me. 'nnd now ou are In trouble you wnnt mo backs" but he did not say that He takes command of the army, to tho Ammonites to Rends tell them to vacate tho country, and. fTCttlny no favorably response, marahala n 11 t trl thills-acrecibl- d e , K-e- n which every philanthropist ought tolei Hut this herding of congratulated. great multitudes of children In school rooms nnd poorly equipped halls of Instruction Is making many of the places of knowledge In this country n huge holocaust Polities In many of the cities gets Into educational tiltalrs, mid while the two political parties aro scrabbling for the honors lephthah'n daughter It Is so much so that thero are y many schools In the country which aro preparing tens of thousands of invalid men and women for the future; so that In many places, by the time the child's education Is finished the child Is finished! In many plnces, In many cities of the country, there are large appropriations for everything else, nnd cheerful appropriations: but ns soon as the appropriation Is to lie made for the educational or moral Interests of tho city, we are struck through with an economy that Is well nigh the death of us In connection with this 1 mention what I might call the cramming system of the common schools and many of the ncndcmles; children of delicate brain compelled to tisks that might appall mature intellect; children going down to school w ith n strap of Imoks half as high ns thcinsehes The fact Is In some of the cities parents do not allow their children to graduate, for the simple reason, they say, "We can not to allow our children's health to be destroyed In order that they may gnther the honors of nn Institution " Tens of thousands of children educated Into linWcility; so, connected with many such literary establishments there ought to be asylums for the wrecked. It Is push, and crowd, nnd push, and stuff, and jam, until the child's Intel lect Is bewildered, nnd the memory Is wrecked, nnd the health Is gone. There are children turned out from the schools u ho once were full of romping and laughter, and had cheeks crimson with health, who are now turned out Irritated, in the afternoon nsthinatic old tiefore their time It is one of the saddest sights on earth an Imiv or an girl. liirls 10 yenrs of nge studying algebra' Hoys is years of nge nicking their brain over trigonometry! Children with their mother tongue crying over their I.atln. French nnd All the iacity of Cermnti lo.ssons. their nature beaten out of them by the heavy beetle of a (Jreek lexicon! And you doctor them for this, mid you give them n little medicine for that, ami you wonder wlint is the matter with them. I will tell ou what is the matter with them. They are finishing their educaimt-ishe11 pale-faceh must lxi avoided. It It a sad thing when domestlo government become" cold military despotism. Trappers on the prnlrle tight fire with fire, but yon can not successful! fight y.ur child's bad temper with your own'bnd temper We must not bo too minute In our Inspection. We can not expect our chll dren to I perfect. Wo must not see everything. Since we have two or three faults of our own, we ought not to lw too rough when we discover that our children have as many. If tradition be true, when we were children we were not nil little Samuels and out parents were not fearful lest they could not raise us liecause of our prematura goodness. You can not scold or pound rout children Into nobility of character The. bloom of a child's henrt can never be seen under a cold drtzzle. Alxwe all. avoid fretting and scolding fit the household lletter than ten ears ol fretting nt your children, Is one good sound, application of the slipper! That minister of thedospel of whom we rend hi the newspaper! that he whlped his child to death be cause ho would not say his prayer will never come to canonlzntlou The nrlthmetic can not calculate how nun) thousands of children have been KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. lad, AmtrMw Alitmbugh, in ntltcmpllng to Jitiipfrom t moving train near Ford, was thrown lo the ground) nnd received wotindi from which he will die. Miss Sai.i.ir Mooiik, of Marion, uya the will sue L. W. Cruce for 10,000 for betrayal and breach of promise. SttKturr Van Aiisiiaiu of Mercer n county, found Sam Newton near nnd nrrcstcd him for slaying Hart Crouch at High llrldgo camp meeting tho other night d child of Mr. A. O. Tiik Ilroder, of Henry county, wns scratched by a cat The eat Is supposed to have been mad. The child died In a few hours after tho ncaldeut Tiir collections of internal revenue for tho last fiscal ycaraggrcgatcdtloi,-00-J,000- . The Increase, for the whole Nearly five country was 17,145,000, millions of this Increase was collected in Kentucky. An unknown couple loft a child with a Mrs. West at I.oiiIstHIo a few days ago, and the next day nn unknown man studs the child out of the rurd. The little one called the kidnaper papa. A nov named Hob (locus, of Ixlng-torn- . Is peculiarly deformed. lie has no ears only some rudimentary bones extending through the flesh, yet he can hear when loudly sokuH to. The parents are soliciting aid to send the boy to Cincinnati A daughter of II. T. Hyte, a farmer residing north of HopklusvlUe, was returning from n spring not far from the house, when she saw In her pith a large moccasin, In s.fcw which she killed with m i'.-- b. young ones minutes twenfy-twetg'ht to eleven luches long and all of these, she also killed. llr.ssr .Stbubv, a wealthy retired architect, has ntystcriuusly disappeared from Louisville. He had Just purchased a beuutlfitl copntry home near Henry-vllle- , where ho intended to move soon with his wife. He was one of the leading architects there until his retirement, and has made a largo fortune. LolilHVQ.t.r. bunks will unite to prevent furtlu-- r suspensions Tiik new Farmers' baiuk at ML Sterling failed to open it doors the other morning. A notice was posted saying that owing to a heavy run during the last few days and an Inability to realize on their securities they were forced to suspend. All depositors will be (Mild in full, and the stockholders will lose very little. The barfk has a capital stock of f'i.M,00O, and was supposed to be one of the strongest In l'nstern Kentucky. HllJ. SlMrso.v, colored, was tried on a writ of lunacy at Paris lib I eleven years old, and possibly one of the most depraved youths In Kentucky He has a mania for killing stock and mutilatIt ing children younger than himself. A NINKTKB.SHVKAU-OI.I- ttifcfr,&t8&ifo&&te&&&ifotWl l Shak-rrtow- At Chicago Royal Leads All. As the result of my tests, I find the ROYAL BAKING POWDER superior to all the others in every respect. It is entirely free from all adulteration and unwholesome impurity, and in baking it gives off a greater volume of leavening gas than t's therefore not only any other powder. the ntrest, but (ifso the strongest paiudcr with which I am acquainted. nn hot RFnrrriurn wllh IMiH-l- . I'sllilt which I KnunieH. TUe ItlMnii (tun Mote I'ullihli Hlllsnl,(Mie' ' i le,. llurat'ie, sn.iwith ever: mrvu- -. " prflM I'srkMn innnm'wrr lt rif The (Ircntcbt Mcdlcnl Discovery uf the Arc. three-ycisr-ol- KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY. DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS,, three-year-ol- d WALTliR S. I IAIN IIS, M. D., ruined forever through too great rlg"t or too great leniency. The heavens niu' the earth are filled with the groans ol In this Iiiiim, riant mat the sacrificed. ter, seek divlno direction. Oh father oh mother. Someone asked the motliei of Lord Chief .lnstlct Mnnsfield if slit was not proud to have three such rim nent sons and all of them to good "No," she slid, "It Is nothing to proud of, but something for which U Z l jjrnteful." AgaFn: there are many wKo nr sacrificing their children to a spirit of world 1 ftvf. cj Chrmistn, Xuth AMieal CoHtgt, Con.sultlnp; Chemist, Chicago IJonVd of Health. rtrTKK.y-Yr.AH-ot- .u All other baking powders are shown by analysis to contain alum, j I , I lime or ammonia. nov!. bakino rowDin co., tin wail ST., ncw-vos- linn dlKovcreJ In one of our common pasture weeds n remedy that cure every kind o( Humor, from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple. I le Ins tried It In over eleven hundred cases, and neer fnlleJ except In two cuen (both Hum Jer humor), lie Ins now In his possession over two hundred cettilicttei of Its value, all within twenty mile of Uoston. A benefit Is nlwavs experienced from the first bottle, and .perfect cure l war ranted w hen the right oti.intity I taken. When the hny;s ate alfesteJ It cause shootiMK pains, like needles passing throucli them: the same with the f.lver or Howels. '1 Ids Is caused by Ihe ducts being stopped, and nlwas disappears In a week alter taldtiR It. lfthe.stom.1J1l foul or hlllou It will siiucamlsh frellncs at first. No chance of diet ever necessity, fi.it the best yui can Ret, and eiioujli of It. Uose, one UNespoontui lu water at teu- ll.ttj. nl,.l I.....I ll.w I nlvl aue ! l o tion! in Philadelphia n little girl was so pushed at school that she was throw n into a fever, and in her dying delirium, nil night long, she was trying to recite the multiplication table In my boyhood I remembered that In our class at school there was one lad who knew more than all of us put together. If we were fast in ournrithmetlc, he hen we stood for the extricated us , spelling-clnsshe was almost always the hend of the class Visitors came to his father's house, and he was almost always brought in ns n prodigy. At 18 years of age he was an idiot lie lived ten yenrs an idiot, nnd died tin idiot not knowing his right hand from his loft or day from night The parents and teachers made him an idiot You may flatter your pride by forcing your children to know more than lu my parish x A s Hood'ss?Cures T7 gjflra Vss Vjkl', llr I threw W ff J- dly tiir IfniiMi - "M trouble becan with lr.nam.iutory rheumatism In my kit legaboK thclmce.. Asa result of rr.ultlclnc a I'mnliir sore formiil. and I was In terrible condllhm. I nai th s tblietd to walk rrutcb I bousht UooiJ'l Karsiiparilla, and toon "'" run-- o.w'".m wt avar tnr oana and f ruteli and can walk tll as ever " CiiAnLrs W. lUctn.K) V. I'atrlck Street, Frerterlelr, Md. Hood'o Pllla Curo Sick Headache. "August Flower" I used August Flower forj,oss of vitality and general debility .""lAtter taking two bottles I gained 69 lbs. I have sold more of your August Flower since I have been in business than any other medicine I ever kept. Mr. Peter Ziuville says he was made a new man by the use of August Mower, recommended by me. I have hundreds tell me that August Flower has done them more good than any other medicine they ever took. GnoROB W. Dye, Sardis, Mason Co , Ky. ssH ftfi fU RAD FIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR has proren sn Infallible peclflo for alt detanca-nen- ts peculiar to the ? fjft v. l L romb ami uiartan s. Iftilrnlntlrau It regulates and I miootel healthy action of all funo-tlnof tho cuicra.lve trrrnc V. l.HI.. A the are of tjlierty, and oiler onrs ct the iniuo- panse.TTllI flndln Itft s nothing tonic iud rcririnrnu.uinus irnni rieoii. nent iiiiiriv an I tNwo who lamtrud it. Write 1 .ir hook "T W.mir n." ii'aileil frr e. RnlJ by all dmggitti. lir.Aiiitu Usut'LAToB Co., proprietors, AtliiiU, (J. femaleui.tuchaichronla nny other children, but you are making a sicrifice of that child if by the additions to Its Intelligence you are making a subtraction from Its future. The child will go away from such maltreatment with no exuberance to fight the battle of life. Such children may get along very well while you take care of them; but when you Bre old or dead nlas! for them if, through the wrong system of education jou have adopted, they have no swartlnness or force of chnrnctcr to take care of themselves He careful how jou make the child's hear a head pche or its heart flutter great deal about black men's rights, nnd Chinamen's rights and Indians' rights, nnd women's rights Would to (5od that somebody would rise to plead for children's rights. The Cnrthageninns used to sacrifice thcii children by putting them Into the urmsof an Idol which thrust forth its hand, the child was put into the arms of the Idol, and no sooner touched the arms than It dropped into the fire. Hut it was the nrt of the mothers to keep the children smiling mid laughing un til the moment they died There may hilarity about be a fascination and the styles of education of which I am speaking; but It is only laughter nt tin Would to (iod moment of sacrifice. there were only one Jeplithah's daughter. Again there are many parents who are sacrificing their children with wrong systems of discipline too great rigor or too great leniency. There are children in families who rule tho household. They come to the authority. The high chair In which the Infant sits Is the throne, and the rattle Is the scepter, nnd the other children make lands that Mizpchtuistcd for.lcphthnh up the parliament where father and the warrior bad gone into the dust; mother have no vote' Such children but all njfes are twisting this girl's come up to be miscreants It is well that her name cbnplct There is no chance in this world for came not to us, for no one can wear it. child that has never learned to mind. They may take the name of Deborah, Such people become the liothcration of or Abigail, or Miriam but no one In nil the church of (lod and the pest of the the ages can hae the title of this world. Children that do not obey hudaughter of Kicrifiee man authority are unwilling to learn Children Of courso thi.s offering was not pleas- to oliey divine authority. ing to tho Lord, but before you hurl will not respect parents whose authordenunciations nt Jcnhthah's ity they do tic t respect Who are these cruelty, remember that In odcn times, young men that swear through the when vows weie m.iue, men inougui street with their thumbs In their vests, tbcysmust eeuta. them, performing , talking nlKiut their father as "the old ; . IliClli ibn.i u man, ' "the governor," "the "squire," good. There were also wrong thing- - J "the old chap," or their mother as "the They are those who in alKJiit JephtKsh's vow. First he ought old woman?" to never to have made It. .ext, Having youth, In childhood, never made, it were better broken than kept. respect authority. Kit having heat it Hut do not take on pretentious ulrs and that his sons had died in their wickedness, fell over backward nnd broke his I could not have done as s.iv you were stand- neck, nnd died. Well he might Wmt If ing on the bank of the (lunges, and is life to n father whose sons nro devou had been born In India, you might bauched? The dust of the valley is have been throwing your children to pleasant to his taste, and the driving the crocodiles. It Is not because wo rains that drip through the roof of the are naturally any botler, but because sepulcher uro sweeter than the wines of Hclbon. tve hare rnire C2?' liilit Now, I make very practical use of " There must be harmony lietweon the this question when I tell you that the fiither's government and the inothcr'n sacrifice uf .lephtliah'n daughter was 11 government The father will be tempttpe of the physical, mental nnd spirit- ed to too great rigor. The mother will Her ual Micnflco of ten thousand children Ihj tempted to too great leniency. tenderness will overcome her. Her In this day There are parents ull their voice Is a little softer, her hand seems bringing to lieurupon children a class of influences which better fit to pull out a thorn and soothe will us certainly ruin them as knife a pang. Children wanting anything and torch destroyed Jeplithah's daugh- from the mother, cry for it. They hope ter While I speak the whole nation, to dissolve her will with tears. Hut without emotion and without shame, tho mother must not interfere, must not coax off, must not beg for the child looks upon tho stupendous sacrifice. In the first place, I remark that much when tho hour comes for the assertion of the s stem of education in ourdny of parental supremacy and the subjuWhen children gation of u child's temper There is a hstvu, of sacrifice. kpend or seven hours n day in comes in the history of every child an school, and then must scnil two or hour when it Is tested whether the three hours la preparation for school parents shall rule or the child shall next duv. will you tell me how much lulu. That U the crucial hour. If the time thev will iiavo for hiiiisIiIiiii nnd child triumphs In that hour, then he It is will Mime day inuku you crouch fresh uir and the obtaining of tliat which is necessary for the du- U hoiilble scene. I have witnessed It a mother conn-tties of eoinlng life? Noun, can be more thankful than I oblige, shivering with terror In the d" i.,r 11,1. advancement of common pre ence of a son who cursed her gray . 'ueatlon. wii.-- .l 'I'll" prliitliH,' "f hairs, and mocked her wrinkled f.uv. Un.,.-- . ..,roprliite for schools, tho us, and legiudged her the crust she 1. ..11 of philosophic-iluppinil muni bed with Iter toothless gums! l,. rix'nl s mi h it l 'iirier Hi in th im i.lishtnent of normal schools, tulld' ' 'It 111.11 a think! wh . h pi.jvidalforour children teachers Hill, on the other hand, too great rigor of largest calibre,' uie themes upon burnt-offering. 1 11 11 I SISVSPS7 1 . , .leph-tliuhdid& o nnil-t'pli. -- gnrinents I prayed that !ey might U arrayed In the rolw of a Snvlour'i righteousness When I gae them food, I prayed that they might lw fed with manna from Heaven. When I started them on the road to sclud. I prnyed thnt their path might le s- - the shining light brighter and brighter to the perfect day. When I put th' n to sleep, I prayed that thej, might t enfolded In the Saviour's arms" "(' " you say, It wai that was very Hut do you supquite pose that n child under siu h nurture n that ever turned imt bad" In our days most loys stjrt out with no Idea higher than the n encompassing dollar They start In sn age which boasts it can scratch the Lord's prayer piece and 'he ten com on a ten-cen t piece. mandments on a are taught to rednee morals and religion, tune nnd cternit to vulgar fractions It seems to be their chlel attainment that ten rents make a dime and ten dimes make a dollar. by How to get money Is only the other art how to keep it Tell me, ye who know, what rlnnce there Is for those who start out in life with such The money jierverted sentiments' market resounds again nnd again with the downfall of such people If 1 hsd drop of blood on the tip of a pen 1 would tell you by what awful tragedy many of the youth of this country are ruined. Further on, thousands and tens of thousands of the daughters of America are sicrificed to worldliness Thry are taught to bo in sympathy nitlj-ul- l the artlfictaltlrs of society. Thoy are inducted into nil the hollowr jts of what Is called fashionable life. They nro tapght to lielieve thst history Is dry, stories of adventurbut that fifty-ceous love are delicious With capacity that might base rivaled a Florence Nightingale 111 heaenly ministries or made the father's house glad with fi tal and sisterly demeanor, their life is a waste, their leaiity a curse, their eternity a demolition In the siege of Charleston durl.ig the civil war, a lieutenant of the armv stood on the lloor lwsldc the daughter of the state of of the South Carolina. They were taking the A bombshell vows of marriage struck tho roof, dropped Into the group nnd nine were wounded and slnln: umoiig the wounded to death, th While the bridegroom knelt on bride wounds, the carjiet trying tostanch-ththe bride demanded that tha ceremony Is' completed, thnt she might tike tho vows liefore her departure; nnd when the minister said. "Wilt thou be faithful until death"'" with her dying lips will," and In two hour., she she said, had departed. That was the accidental slaughter nnd the sacrifice of the body, but at thousands of marriage altars there aro daughters slain for time and eternity. His not a marriage; it is a ten-cenLhll-dre- Soma one nslied a mothet ltness. whose children had turned out very well, what was the secret by which shu prepared them for uvefulurss and the Christian life, nnd she said "This li W hen, In ' u morning. I the washed my children. I prayed that thej might 1 washed In the fountain of a Saviour's mercy. When put on tholt IjAisyTAxsvSSEV! C&, Cfo iVjaisvT.I Mil iSri Cji - U ,rr" IT "k- tX" isvT3V( CJnP w - 1IIU LAKH KOUII1 TO Till! WOKl '.U llni'Dl4IH'l! MACKINAC. l5 I'AIH GOOD WORDS FOR THE DONKEY. Tli I'ntUnt, IWIl.liritrilnK Animal (' Nnt 1U III Of nil ivm developed In evidence that he took delight lu watching the suffering of tur- keys he had crippled, and laughed and danrett with joy nt the struggles of a pig after ho had broken all four of Its legs He took a nelghlnir's child, five years of age, stripped him. beat him nlmost to insensibility, and then attempted to drown him In a pond The jury pronounced the boy a lunatic. Tiir. following Kentucky congressmen have engaged rooms at the lllggs house for the special session. Ilrrckin-ridge- , Cnruth and Kerry Congressman Ilrown, of Indiana, will also innka the Hlggs house his home during the session. i to some one who Is only waiting until his father dies, so ho can get the property; then a little while they swing around In the circle, brilliant circles; then the property Is gone, nnd having no power to earn n livelihood, the twain sink in somo corner of society, the husband an Idler and a sot the wife a drudge, a slave nnd a sacrifice. Ah! spare your denunciations from Jeplithah's head, and expend them all on this wholesale modern martyrdom. Killed hy Ire.tValer. Cases of denth from drinking Ice n have wnter when one Is been reported, (treat care should le taken In regnrd to this matter. The craving for cold water when thg.J1e.1t exertIs great and a person has ing himself is sometimes almost Irresistible. Hut the craving should lie In fact, it but sparingly Indulged would be lietter at such tunes not to drink very cold water at ml Water of only moderate coolness would lie u great deal better One should exercise the restraints of common prudence In such matters 'Killed by Is a verdict which no coroner's jury should hnve It In their power to render. N. Y. Ledger. over-hcatcla-e- n massacre. Alllanced I.rwwl been neglected, but whose husband had unepeetedly inherited great deal of wealth, spent it large sum In fitting up nn elegant conservatory, in which she took esjK'dnl pride. As she wns showing a visitor through It one day, her friend exclaimed: "What a lovely of flowers you have here, my dear!" "Yes," replied the happy owner "and so many of them are fragrant, too." Miss Laura Oh, auntie! You remember Mr. Meeker, who went from POKK-MIS 30 ail here ns a missionary? I have just heard full. . LAltD-Ste- sm that those awful cannibals ate him. A TKltltIlil.lt dispute over the ownerIIALTIMORE. Auntiiophronlu La, me! I do hope they ship of a dog had n terribly traglo FLOUrUsrsmily . . .. 4M M cooked him with turnips The poor, sequel ut Covington, tho other afterCorn Mixed dear man was so fond of turnips Tid-Hi- noon. Policeman Joe Mollltor shot AL t3) 33 I 00 Hlch through tho heart Mollltor gave rOKIC-Mess atom It I awful!" said chappie." himself up and Is held without ball. -"- Oh, OATTLK-nntq- uil ty. t l7ViO 4 AIM "What?" "Why, that sasslcty paper S(:iiwaht7, the Louisville liquor 110(18 ?....... ... CW ITS Jakk meant to say that I was the son of n deuler, announced the other day that INHIANAPOr.ia st-2 famous millionaire, uud how do jou ho had suspended. He owes 170,000, (inAIN-W- he No. 2 Corn red " V suppose they got It prilled'" s of which he sajs Is seOats No. 2rcd "Mlllloimltv is printed milliner bOUISVlM.R. ed' cd, unit with tlmi! he clulmu ho can KLOUIt-Wlnter patent ........ 400 lliiur pay off tho lei.t and I11110 somethlug 2 red Corn Mixed "Isn't it funny how Mr Cutchon for himself. Lately ho did business a 43 n e , Outs insists upon his wife's w irlu htuns'.'" it Third and Main, lie is a btother of POIUC-M- esa Mixed 0) I llidn'4 she w.mt to'.' ' 'Yes, Indeed, Moses Schwartz., president of the LAltU meum, ,,,,,,, ..,,.,,...,. U Louisville Deposit batik he wui.ted her until Ocean. 11 UltAIN-Whrsl-Na I.AItU-Western . aitArH-Whst-- ldy whftMt viluoln) had postmasTub following fourth-clas- s ters were appointed a few days ago: Kllhii Webb, Denton. Carter county, vice J. J. Miller, removed; llallnltnyes, from. llamallel, Monroe oounty, vice It. W, The donkey In Algeria rarely hn n Comer, removed; J. J. Thornton, Dal- saddle. He ha n pnd, very similar to lam, Owen county, vice C M. Arnold, the pad on which the liespangled resigned. ipiren of the sawduut ring dance their A Disnuiisixfi office has been estabshort hour to delighted boy and ruslished in tha bureau of engraving and tle. This pad hna no stirrup, and is printing, and Dick Morgan, of Lexing- so wide nn to make asvat on It extremeton, was the other day apointed a dis- ly tiring to the uninitiated. Tho Arab bursing office at a salary of 12,000 per sit astride or sldcwlse, nnd as the pad annum. Is rarely girthed, or at best by a William Cnovcu was shot and killed slender rope, it Is like walking a few days ago by Sara Newton, at tho a tight-rop- e or managing n birch-bar- k entrance to the camp meeting grounds. canoe to sit on it, until you High llridge. Newton and Crouch had "catch on." Itctween this pad, which a misunderstanding the day liefore, serves equally for riding or loadand when they again met Crouch, after ing, and the saddle of the Spahl. thero llnng one shot, tied and was shot while I a vat category of size and style, running away. nil, however, much too wide. A pair A STltrr.T ear collision occurred at of stli nips is often Improvised by tying Louisville injuring a dozen people. two bag together, putting them across bout SO people were thrown through the pad, turning in one corner, and the windows Into the street and the thrusting the foot Into tho pocket thus car was split in two. K Mawbley and made. The flimsy pretext for saddle or family all received serious Injuries harnes used nil over the east would The electric flames shot ten feet in thu be cant on the dump by the poorest nlr, and burned Mrs Mnwbley's leg the American farmer. He would nnt risk full length. The side of one child's hi Uiiie with IL Col. T. A. Dodge, face was ctushed in and another's arm in Harper' Magazine. was broken About ten women fainted A dear little loy on ind eight other persons were taken ,nto houses near by to have their In- Mnln street wn very much dliturtied liecnuse hi little sister is n to be juries dressed. "Mnniina," nald he, "ha dearTiik safe nt the Millcrabtirg poatofllce ' Ye. Jnck; was blown the other night nnd 1100 In est liecn very naughty?" indeed." stamps taken. At Highland Park post dearest ha leen very nnughtypunished, jfllce, near Mlllersburg, the same sort "Will dearest have to lie "Yes, Jnck; dearest will of work wns done, and f'i.1 in stamps inamtnn?" very taken. The robbers are supposed to be have to be punished loy, severely." inninmn?" "Hnve I been a good rinclnnatl talent have been n Jnck, dear; Jimmy Culver, ngod "Yes, lioy " "Hnve Iyou n very good Niun Hltesvllle, been ten, went blackberrylng, accompanied good inninmn?" "Why, yes. Jack; you Ixiy, by his Scotch terrier. Tho dog wanhave licen a very goodlioy." "Haven't dered off and formed the acquaintance I been good Inith, blacksnake, who, to show And mammaenough for had.mamma?" of a five-fothought he Klmlr.i Its pleasure nt meeting Cnrlo, embraced Advertiser. him In its colls The dog dissented, Dn. Ilui'Kirr, of (irectibrlcr county, when Jimmy came to his rescue an W. Vn., I the fnther of ilfteen children, killed the snake. Carlo was fearfuli whoso names all lieglu with tho letter crushed and shortly expired. h nnd end with n vosvul. The chilD. L. Hekakkh, a wealthy farmer ol dren' nunc aro I.edotia, I.arlra, Henry, stabbed to death George Crouch, 1orenn, I.yccnn, l.unlzo, I.eancy, I.nuna, burglar and thief, who Lacelin, I.ailnra, nn Ixnncga, I.cnlda, Leslie. had attacked Mr. Hennkcr. TllK large'distillery of J, V. Mastera, THE MARKETsf at Valley View, was burned the other be the work of morning, supposed to Cincinnati, Aug L nn Incendiary. A peculiar Incident Is O 1 10 4 10 a 4 si Choice butchers thst Master had just returned from on 4 71 41 ft (O camp meeting, whero ho heard Joncf 5 20 It 6 U florxl mckrrs... pronounce nn eternal curse against HHKKI'-Chol- co 3 U 4 04 I.AMIIS-siirl- nif I9i t 6 n whisky and the makers of It riX)UI W'lalir ramllr 2 10 UIU son of Mr. J. II. Tiik 3 red U tH No. I red M 41 Sears fell off Island creek bridge nt Corn No. 2mlir a 4i Ojts-N- o. Paducah, the other afternoon, and is 2 mlicd . S M lite So fatally injured. He fell forty feet and HAY Prime 2 choice.. 14 M UI5 00 lo struck upon his back. TOIIACCO-MfillII 00 (.Mi 75 leI (IfKril lnf 11 W uiors Suit "for 120,000 damages has been PJtOVlSlONS-M- cst I7 w pork. .. brought in tha Mahlcr.bcrg circuit HUTTHIl Choice Oslrr n i court by the heirs of It. F. Hrewer creamery.. 1'rlmo u against tho Newport News and Missis- AIM'I.KS lo choice bhl New. tier .... I 00 xt 2 60 sippi Valley railroad for the killing of POTATOKS New, r bbt . . I li Kin) NRW YOKK. Hrewer, who was an engineer on tho FIX)tnt-ra2 4S O 2 41 to rsnev lr road and lost his Ufa in 11 wreck at Cen1 T2VC 72 Hi hsrd .. No. 2 red fA tred City Inst winter. M'i'it COItN-N- lo. 2 nilicd 401, I0UTJ IlK.Mir Mapdox, who was plnced In OATS-Ml- iisl 'Ji sni; IS 00 Ulft 71 jail at Hartford some time ago, and I'OHIC-Ne- w inns 75 stesm U who Is awaiting trial under a charge of C11ICAOQ cutting with Intent to kill, broke jail -- Winter FIOUH 120 n jfo the other morning, Na Sred....; a wn No. 2 ChlcsKo spring Tiik depositor In tho Kentucky naCorn No. 3 a sou Oits-N- o. tional bank, Louisville, will be puld In I d pun-UheiI.y-dah- o, LIVr.S10CK-Caltle-coratnon.ISSO lirxiS-CominOltAIN-Wbrst-.No. um Z.-.- pntleut, little, commonplace, every-dtino denytakes the lead There ing him the palm Were 1 Homer, or n Dimte. or cvclia Holmes, I would Indite nn epic, or nt least n rhyme, to the diameter, strength and courage of this noblest of the race. In eery country where severe economies nro thrust K)ii the people, the donkey coinei to the rescue, nnd does the uork which no other creature ullro cm do, lie lire on nothing; he Is rnrely fed In times of drought or severe work some lrloy but I turned loose to find nlint he inny Ho U never vicious or obstinate, but works fnlthfully till his poor old earn llop downward from uge.andhe literally falls under his loud nnd dies In his tracks, alter herring his often cruel master some score or more irf yetirn. When he Is put to work us a yearling he does not last so long I hae ridden one nt eighteen month which had been trained but two weeks, and jet wan and gentle, brldle-wlsWhere is there such horse? One sees Arab coming Into Constanof wixxl, tinople with a donkey-lowhich they sell for three franca. They tnl'es wtth It. have come twenty-livsell it. and next day ride the donkey liaek. As n ineal costs them hut two cent", the wood nothing, nnd the donkey doc nil the work, what seem a small profit in really a good ono. And who Is it that earns It? All saddle beast In the east go what call "artlflcinl" our Anglomanlac s of all the gait. In fnct, niiiuials in the world do so Mules which are ilddra always "Idlo" or nmble, all donkey runnlng-wnlk- . rnck, or amble. Hut nowhere except In our touthcra state have llicse gait been studied a an art,lmprored on, nnd bred y 1 e well-galted e three-fourth- 1'allil. llrnlnl liorscllesh, ho to hpvnk, the Arold the heat and dint by travellnn I'nixiUr Slrllrlnl llrmr.lUs on the rioatlug l'nlscri of tho Detroit 01 Cleveland Mcnm Navigation Company. of Ih tll.l IUj. '1 " .Iccl pajseaBer itenmere hae Not .n.ini remedies of Queen MaryV I' been 1ml tforthUl pperljike joule, thme r. urn n place In n..7....i..m..I jhar-- . Just i macoi'i.i ctiriinnorecoiiiiiirnumi lum, to be tlio gratidrit, largest, safest and of Indian wood, cinnamon, caryophyl-linnspeed SO fastest stenmeri on thu , camphor, cjclumen, miles per hour, running tloio between sienna, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago let than viola, turpentine. Imp. nnle, poppj. mustard, myrrh. wiuinwoxl, W hour. r'iMir trips per week between ucrlmmii. lichen, iirlvet, me. raisin. Toledo, Detroit. Alpena, Markltue, Trio. key and Chicago. Dally ttlpt between seubiouv hyssojis," crocus July and tigs, honey, unit liwiij more; and ho IMroll and Cleveland; ilurlnc be main. August double dally servl o will earnestly urges the use f a reined.! talBed, cllng n daylight ride across Lake himself for breath I r which service I In ecu Cleveland Take and nccotuiKiuled by bad cough lies Kind da ilaWwra lung of a fox and forthwith wash nrcoiiitnislatlon and menu, and exceed the wine and dry it in n furtwee Ingly low Hound Trip lUtr. The pala-tU- l them with equipment, the limiry of tho appoint-mento a cinder, pouiler, nnd mix well with makes traveling cm these itcuncti the yolk "f nil egg. bend for lllus Among his external remedies, ono tlionniKlil) rnJiiyVd" A 8chnt, 1ih fatnritn trated iKiiirMtt A'dre A iMeam Nav. which was ei tdentl) a - rr i i, UevoUnd li.ikui , i,i.,li Ik, umdlml liter the O ' i M t D,ir suture of the skull, and esjiecklly the coronal, and which he found n grand j remedy ' bringing away the humor of the bruin. It was esmipi'seii oi (Jreek pitch and ship' tar, white mustard, euphorbliitn. ami honey, If necessary, by tho addition of Hqm IN THE DAYS OF QUEEN MARY.- - tr tli ... 1 1. ...,,., tulm-ynth- arjni. Krl.l)lly l'ut-lu-lla- v. hHrj-ene- fulth in the r Bleatwo grulti dissolved In four xunce of goat's or cow's milk and as much water, this lo be drawn He had unbounded blister fl $m earn AtLick,Con-Bli'ialioSlck-lleadacJtCp ry of el.xterluia rosiliToljr euro BiliouH 23 cenla nt through the nostrils w hen the patient He had found -- ami we was fastlsg csn well tvllete It thnt when thi remedy was nxsl n very copious displace from the charge "f humor nostril. I shall not nttempt to follow hlra thr."igli the long erles of medicines w li . h he recommended to be ole nt Drug Store. jcr IwlUo, tk Writo for aaniplo doio, froo. t.f, SMITH & C0.f'Nm York. Tbc Best used II kwoisl's Magazine. llo.t .liirl.nl IIhIki. nrehlteeturul ruins In tho The ol world ar. ls'llevad to Iks the roek-cn- t lenities st Ipvimbul, on the left tank of tfarf to in Xuhta. The largest of these auoiciit temple contains fourteen hewn of solid stone. The1 Bpsrlmout laivest single stone used lu this mirk I pn-j- r tie which form n verunda-llkilon along one side of the main tent pl It I lift) seven feet long. 11ft) broad nnd sevriitren fret thick, Tt is colossal stono is supported by two r"v of inasshe squarT) pillar, four In ei. h row, and each thirty feet high. T'ene!uf these pillars Is nttnehed a c' assal figure of a hiimun lielng, reaching tloor to roof. In front of the iiimn temple are seated still other four In numWr. the two largest feet high. The lnmr each sixty-fiv- e only lilnt we have a to the nctual ngn of tl.ese nrehlteetunil relic I from MnH'i, the llritlsh Kgyptologtst. who s.iys "Tho colossi attached to the which support the lnrge stone mentioned nrr each painted In gaudy colors nppnrcntly ns brilliant now, after a inpse of over four thousand jenr n when first Inld on." St Ixnils Th . e 'WmS' SLICKER WOKI-I &$'$ SIK-KL- Waterprocr Coat In tho l. It lmntr4 wltf. T!1H1I lilllSIl T hrf,t!54 mwh MMItSIJ SIJIUr"-f4rUmt.sii kkttrilScr' tfox" . pIWwarsilaSiUk Imii .chilli 1 It.',', )IM rr-- -- 4 IQWflH, 4ls4rtlU SH". tl"l. lit a la Ik t,11 EVERYBODY'S i Aiu nnnv " LHVT DUUIV, J lb Ail of ROW '1 ;fe fcr lllch n oil-umn- lipt r li Uirr inetrt icttDv ( tP r tl irt lch . J sir uaisf 9 ftil tic lrhtt ) M4 wlim.lUln i ttum -lj onfji tVej.is4 i i pf ef In ae mi ! f n I'atslUi-f-r, C rri ttet terstiCf Atl4il IIKJ .ri. llWf , T om in cf "p ry tti r I t fct fttf.t ft s ttlrtl M n i m(. lira MI1(lltHk f rlr&rtftf9laMfstajff)s cxp'rt, sent to investigate SUBSTANTIAL INDUCEMENTS, ArUona properties for Denver , . mhu .hi. i.,.,u.itia. in. aiMi. ran p. capitalist recently, report the Uniting Mil iiiii.srT lu wimsk.is lu onus.tNi Kr. i Misiii-r- i csv of a reinnrknble natural bridge formed viDf lu'l Inlwinslt w " amilng n In a tree of ngatlsed wood. n.l.lnr 4 IIU llallr.art. ft ill. klM , lllll. feet In width. The canyon forty-livvail r4ltsIhr--11 treo hn at some remote time fallen, i AI'JiirrTniinnii'n SHAfJEROlLCTS, n hen It beenmo Imbedded In the silt of tttoHMIMIUNlia some great Inland sua or mighty wnter Gtnirt el Imllitlons. Tlio sill liccamc In lime ' overflow. NOTICE sandstone, and tho wood has passed through the singes of mineralisation AUTOCRAPH iZL7f7tfrHE OENUINE until now It Is a tree of solid agate. A mi.mmii F - ACTORY . SITES .lrl bl.. WXTII some e l4lrll Tisrr inn .,., ;rir-mhf- nrcit.siT report shows that the nunv twr of suicides in Franco and Algeria during 1S91 was 8,1M). or twenty-on- e pr 100,000 Inhabitant. Htliclde were iruit frequent lu the department of the Itie (I.40S, or tlfty er 100.000), nnd lust frequent In Corsica (twelve, or four cr 100,000), Of the entire numter er cent of suicide, scveiity-clgli- t were of the mule sex, Tub doctors oftho Kastcrn ICnnsaa Mft!dnl society huvo decided tluit a crlinlnnl or lunatic can le detected by hi breath, because tlio degenenitkn of the brnln tissue cuuscan pcciillur order which enn lx- - detected by the well trained jimfenslnnnl nose. Tifn oldest wooden building In the world I n church ut Itorgund, lu Nor-- j unyIt was built in the eleventh century, und hn been protected by frequent coierings of pitch. It Is of fancy KmiintH'MjiMi design, and Is constructed throughout of pine. Da viii s. I'AiThiisosr, of North l'lnfe, Kcb., who I icienty-tli- e year old nnd win. has bc,-.totally Wind all his life, ha Invented nnd had p.itented a device In the driving gear of u loeomo- tlvc. s ii. msiiiikii. si. ii iieiu. MoVlfihtr"i'iInr. t'lilrnuo. III. li-- . Is. nan vn. 121?? WELLS , wr jitsi-mTiiti- t BEST MACHINERY ll.-ul- tsll.' m-i- i.J TOOLS l Free. ran rtrts IS ..i , wrl.l, A svma.s, walk iintH. Tlirtx, oiiio. KDUCATIONALm , . j ( !'". . FRANKLIN COLLEGE. M.HIIUIII. I ihn. It.., w Sa. M ea TKU rtl u-ta- - ' ftk lunittr Aith whnhhT TUo'a Curt for ma, houUo Ooniuroptmn, It titt cnrril II hm nollnjnf lhoM4nntB4 s,1nhf. Uli not had lolaic Ittt th iMieoufh tjtup, HcM IilLiJW!liliaii nl rniimtllr Mrjwhcri, KipI ' a. n ' , i :c WHT..SJ 1169 rsr. MIIITI.M. Til .IIITEKTISKII PLItSSB IS AdrrlUriit I IMs lal ISal J FREE! An ILLUSTRATED and a TENrCENI Cyi of ROOKLET, plU. HORSE SHOE PLUG to any ono returning this "Advorllsomont" with a HORStf SHOE TIN TAC ottached. DRUMHOND TODnCCQ CO., St. Louis, Ma. ess OltAfN-Wheav-N- ts Osts-Ml- xed I.AHD-Iten- ned I, THE POT7NSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSH THE COOK HAD NOT USED No. three-fourth- !S 3w OIlAtN-Whcat-- No. d to."--Int- er GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.' SAPOLIO SHOULD be USED IN every KITCHEN. SAPOLIO v. i , V IT-- .3 . I hukjuhk J3l JK vw4 WriTMHT x; . m Wi ; . . .,.- - piMPi :7S m p - ,- -r s1 1 . iaa& 1 ll .. B5B"" ii jrcnr-sc- ' .rlMiiSllsissslnssVssssssssssssssssBsssssssssssssssssssssssslsB.ll