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Offlcr Jarkton Slrett next ill ir TIE M HICKMAN COURIER TOT OLDMT yWBPAFHR IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. FINE JOB PRINTING 1CXTCOUTTCD WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCL BALE DILLS, ENVELOPE, LETTER DILL HEADS, H-AD (ii:oi;ui: waiiuhn JAM. I. WKAItN, Vrlv.u i:.iii..i Wlstnnt I.Vito INVITATIONS, of SubsTli((ii,.K.)t KSTAHLISHKD 1859. TUB CONOKKSS. $ Kaflf Morn HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY 8UFp"O0ATED. KY FRIDAY. AUGUST THE PH03PECT3 "rlchl for Ihe Iron Wl.rUrrt nt -tn 18, 18813. VOL. l XXVligt0' Ir 42- - ETC, KTQ CAXL AND SEE ITS. nnnnlmnut sntTmr... nf 1l ll....n 1.1 him sit there. In the grand review. Tun pension commissioner hat extended until OpioWt 10 tho time, la which pensioners whoso pcnslotiB liaTB Won suspended iniiy furnish proof of tholr rlif lit to receive thrui. to figures compiled by Knte Field's Washington, Chinamen to Accnniii.t-- KKaVJTC'KY STATJ3 NEWS, W. It dorr, otic of the most prominent tokiccii men In Koiltnckyi through tho elevator shaft of hit warehouse ut sholbyvllle tho other morning nml wut almost Instantly killed. Ho wns 50 j cars of ngc. A .Mi.iKi:ii county farmer fol l00 busliclt of wheat to hogs nml when ho sold them last week found that ho Iiatl rcnlleill.-i3ierlnialicfor hit grain. Kf:.TtTKiA.NN may havo n chance to cntcrtnlti n couple of Intlian princes. .Mnharnjnh Sir Waghj.thokorc, p'ahlll of Moitl, anil hit son, I'rlncc I.ukdhleja, urrlvcil In New York the other tiny, nnd their itinerancy lu this country will probably Include Mammoth Cave. Tin: following butch of fourth-clas- s postmasters were commissioned u few 'wNdi rxirUlon.il 1,1 ah .fi uirrror c iic rurrnnas rr suit r rtiT have not Seven bun- - ! !! b.'' '"t' ".' ""V" ,"t' ihrreen and tired nn.l twelve Mongolians residing J'hto HnV .".N in I'ciinsylvutiin urn among those who nruedaaan ahniidonmc&tof blmctalM-m- , bsk I t la hereby dirlatnl thsl ih )olitT 0f mini hmo registered. I SotliirclJ ami tl.trrna the standard rconcyof ..J... I nnndu Onettccotitnlm I 'hotounlry rh mI h triable tint, and tolboatV c.... 0(tawn x,ni.:i.hmriii ihn end the fronaf the tor. 11 iiimrcni nn nppiicnuon 10 parliament j tnmrti uin rnarll and aafrlj dlrrrtrd. next session 10 lncorornto n company Iloint Afltr the rrsitlnB of ihe 'iotirnat to construct n canal or ship from lnrsUr Ihe fun th look a rtms nam (fjiiv, and n reiwtfiiln r rrrtUml'i some point 011 Lnko St C'lulr to n point rait Ibn II thirilwnllfHnii m.)(. cnntrttril on Lnko Frle, 1ilwcun 1'olnt 1'elee and tlrcl oiiriserari. up ah I i fiilfd in fatof f Illdiartlsnit, Honilrau linrlnir. nbi wan nrn It A rraolti-- I Inn wit aituiiliit aulhorldni Ih- 10 eimtiililrrstM rulw, ncxoul.it. enWit.i.iAM II(i.ka II.M.i.of, nfilrmlnir ilirsilnl the and rolled Milt trill , ltli the ttffn)wrt)lp that rlectnxuitlon nn now pmotliil I lahtrli Iher O'ru rntlllnl In ih rjlyefMti, "luit h step lil:lier tlmn rruclllxlon, nctes nl rrferrlng Ihe r.ilrs of that eoo. ami hntiKlni;, AiiUMSov. Klowrr irrms to ihr r. innilltrern rtilet. Mr. H'lfj innrnnrnt ih. of his rcUfaju', g r to n'rouimonil tho of a Uw ann s. a mirk of rrpct f th'lwi.i-.dluinr- d for tho clilorofnrmlnir of rx'rftoni ow-- t till WAtllltl.TOX, Ai.uu.KaitAsllfirFS4ta lout to W rxciulcil. had Un irnclci VTiiUfa. minor tu ln" Car morntag. Mr Uortaj;-.i.Iv,- t t'Xrn QiiKK.iA'TitroFTT' iiTiSi.noYiiuiKiu.i iv. rreortl "rHJnry! firwioTrTn?,In'ri (tfP , CO i&r.tlWt'TrrSitMW aVtt-iJs- r nix yvnr nun iHrnty-nlnllly una luol'o-- i Ibf t.il rraidleil) Vest. I, aar, Imt rclK'Udl loni;rr tlmn nny HnplUh II ini ib mir, st T sdour)ri t i Biwa. TrU nornlrii Mire (iiMirira III., who ruleil 1 hurt byf rrnubl am, oniillve (Iflotra rt a!l r ll'ae, liai lr I 86, JT(W, to .lununry .", Mil from Ootolcr toiltir llh ilrm, nl Mr Kjlr (Top K It beileiuH-rats- . IMO, n thedfrnocrsts a tut new of llfty.nlno nrnuil tottd forHi adjuriinirit, and rrr Jolef In Hut nliiety-Mrrihiyn. rjle ty the tol iilr. nsmnl npi'tlcaa. uf 1J1)0. Jones, o( Kfti Mrsur. A nt'iivr.t of ruble from the shorn I'trklnt, 1uM. 'ortlu I'onfr. ( WiHr.n of Cal of Ciillforuln to the Siimlulch lalniu! Shou i, e( Idihn Mrnarl, ol Nrtadi Trll.r hut reaulteil In n route lieln' chosen from aat Wfilcwti, uf tVorado lliit'SK NolInaCMtnn. Monterey Iwy to Honolulu The routa 'wlicteil Mlllrripilre thesinnllfst It'iith altVi IM.Tiit. Auif. II. S'lTr-T- te vd tin wri Thurwlar SBoralnK and rrtaa of wire, unit It pnsvn over nn even Imt rloti half an hrur, m.d ihrn adjourml tint torn, fnrornhle for the pniteetlon unit Mi n U rallM 1.1 otjcr at llotur. T(, hojse preserrntlun of n cnlile. Mihmirlii Titurslij til rrre.s'd until I .'dix-lux liiountaluH Win voitet. When called l tirdrr naln a motion lo ad i Jnvmrrrial edbr a otef lr lIW, Ihr Thk city of I'rorMencc is to filter IU tullhc kctlrst ihad)wrnmFnt ! I In.m An. It HtyAj-supply. IS.OOO,(ioo irnlloim n ilny. utix. uiter The I'awturttet from hlcli tho citv tun. Ilnl'ni: Kr dr nhfa ihr ordf r ef t slw Itii Mlpply. In Milil to Ixi lis iiiucli ileriiet hid hern iiisvil Mr WIlK'B roe aillniri'ontnnilnnteil nt theSohuvlUtll nml III duced the nresl masure The hlllrrei.d only rrmnlyls to lie fouml In flltrntlon. fur Ihe rrreal f th t r loo of Ih' al I Jut The city of I'lillnilelphln l threntenlni,' II IrSI hl h au horlira the lurrtaai' sllrrr ef lh lrrur Ihi' lul Urn hy 'he to follow suit n Ith loo.ooo Wh) ullua a mr ihiiii .halt n I Indirairijnallt anr the irr i tr la filtration plnuL 'tdi-Itir I cl tf 'rn 1.1 1 Til Imvn tlm lltlllllHT of far, while stirh other ratio aa shall he rutablitried Uw la arroritiare with the arratifrmrat M' llUtxl Ihrn offered bit free rotnisr bill al the ratloof alalrrn toone. aa a auNilttiitr (or tkr a inple rrpeal b II odrred Mr WOaov oa be on wif htlf if theadmlnl. ritln . thrn ep'tiM hjr Mr. tajnor rlrat mrsSBte IMd i Mr II ant oprncd for the sUVr nirn frlMjf.l br Mr I'rnre (Tol I. Mr, Wh'flrr lAta I Ih' Rror In rrposlllOd At 'hron Jour V. NouriiHcr, of the state, "laton ct Mr M hrrlrr'a pprrvb thboie ad ntfrlcnlture lnwrit tif fnllfornlii. Is en lotirnrd U AsiiiKi.Tot. AUjt II Smarit Not In rr route for lluthlrer I'rrsla. where he rvoeurla; n eonlniiifnt of tho tlon Saturday. Hot r, famous "liljf tnlleiP' sheep of Persia. walrMlulredTl- In delate on the allrer qrratlo' MalMrdsr 'ihee sheep will c Imported liy tho toumment Mr. W h"lrr,until the botrofsd e! Alatatra. stnto tif Ciillforuln for the purHe of ilsiinl hit pcrth, and wat follownl br Mr seelnir whether the) run lie profitably llartrr. of Ohio, andothrr. - hr.xitr Tie dc viiir.To! Am ntlMsl In tlmt stute Trliiuntil In lh rnulr M. mlir rr.iC dul r ilUnwrif Irw nitywr "hi.h.t Niit.I I r a- Till: assessor of it Wisconsin rlty ' neiHMlitlonal Ih'Mt'rtrun Ia4 Ih. IkMmI tleputles nt tho hatilts tlurlnc a Inlmducilon n bf srnaur ViKrtre ct 'he rurr-ntill, ar.d Is rfirenrrto h rHTtit nur to eheek olT bank nreouiiU whlih he I. rhnlrni'n lrllin of tlepositora Js they withdrew their rommlttrrof Ihil tho ritutrerumailtler will ljrl seek r 11" ' tiMinryt lliey III mnnr Inslmires MitTltiir IM.I,nl,l ..lu.lvfcJ,, a tllrtlcult problem nt to the amount of nntrw In tli ar Tatu'of tx.t1. ilcp.iiinl. oal I lul the o,uatln f frre e Intce ail Ihr rr,al personal pmperty these of the Sherman acl will he n 1 tlrd lo lh f The elTeet wns to tleter some Tvonsof for Hi'te 'rl.nr-l- r emt d raH n venttr a Mil lr.ti.-p- f cotikMerable meant from withdraw iui? Hill, who has alrindjr Inn-luri- d Iherocr'menl lotleitofirln" ef tl must- their t1eMistt. II. m. .hewed hl will -j- n-st n mrt t"r a rew Isilen declaring II at che br t rrrent thM n le(llaton Tn: position Itussla hns tnlten In her tote the res.aif if relntlont with (lermnny is scarcely ten- oih'r than lrlt alhe irrMlr.lrf lolhe flsanir hall able from a business point of tlcw. sion."" be loa.ldrrrd at tie pe rr tl extra sesImporting m7,000,000 worth of merIltiisx-M- r J.iyton. of Ohl "nimnir the chandise Into Ocrmany nnnunlly sho sprakrra on tho tiler qumittn in Ihf hou.o The siakfr nnmunel three al ind-Ihat practically shut out the (ionium Mend.i ronmlttro, as fol nsi Knrol oil bla-ftrs.- rs lmH)rts to only fW),ooj,(K)0. Incliiillup ninny ineillenl men. hlh nftlclnla nml Utiles. Serenil mitlre stntet hnve tnlten up his system of inoeiitntlnn, nml it is used nt Agrn, IVlhl ami I, licit now. In one llntlali retflinent over four huntlidl men linru ltrn Inovulatetl. lo I- three-storstructure on Madison Urect near I'lfth avenue, due man Jumped from tho top story nml wnt killed. Atxuit Imjf n duuii others weru tuffocntcd unit burned tti denti. The llrst body to lie recovered wan that of Horry (lodfrcy. tho sou of J. tlodfrcy, of lluchannii, Mich. Iost on the building nnd contents It practically total, but an the structure wat Old ntid the furnishings cheap tho amount will not exceed n few thousand ilnllart. A rrstnurnnt occupied the ground floor and tho hotel tho twoup-ernnr- t. rooms It contained thirty-sinnd held thirty guesta when the flro broke out, shortly nfter (1 ii. m. Tho rooms were separated by flimsy wood food partitions nnd proved flrst-clnirmnrr. J lie lilnrc startetl In tlic nlllcc, tm the eecond floor, und spread rapidly MMtarn Hint ana tlte ttiitier rfximn. lef tbti irttPtt coultl e warned- - tho flames had cut off the escape of n numlier from tho stnlrtvnyn and they were ought llko nits In a tin p. ,1. tioochc Is landlord of the Senate mid J. Ohren uunnger. At fast nn the dead were tnken from the mint they were taken to the morgue. Kotir liodles were noon recovered. They were those of the liy and two men and u woman, i he scene during the lire was nn exciting one Mrs. Ahrclit unit her daughter Annie, who slept in the front part of the third floor, discovered tho lire llrst A moment later they ami the other occtipantt were flying nliout seeking nn avenue of cvnit. Annie and her mother grocd their way through the stifling smoke to tho window anil stood out on the silt. The crowd lielow yelled to them not to Jump With desperation the women rlung to tlte frame work, keeping nt for out as potiiblc. while the smoke and flames burst through the windows irmtnd them. Although hadlv burned, I Trr dollar, hrrtlotora celnrd, and I' Indr Iher retained their position until the Ih- mam ahall that t'nlted Ma I'n. IUitkim: hns over rlarrd the parllr of srrlral of a hook and ladder company. la n hliiiilmt nt Muiln for elfol-e- ami lllltr, at Ihe Ihe two mrtals, roll ladder wat raised nnd they were rot-- i rslabll.hed ra'lo or 1'ilra Sr.l..n. JP entli-- 1 -. WAniM-mio!-- SrxAuHtrrrl( Am UK llillinles. till wrrr Intrnluiid Tutudvv looldiif to Ihn CilirAtio, Aug. I.V- -A hotel fire le rirolof lir (firman art. iho tnrat a'cntlt'. irrni'Pi waaonciriim .senator Mill, whir ttlltlng In tho death of it hiiiiiIht Hi a fellows llr II inJclid, rlc, IhttstrllrM tho guests occurred early Monday mornI, land I, nl the ncl nt Ju'y II, si, milt) ing. Tho lire was In tho Senate hotel, rp ti T lintel lire nl thlinfli-- A nlcliea n Niitnlirr of Mrep - tnl,Ml ... 'Un'Sk y seven-year-ol- d x par-wi- tt-ip- o f n (Sod-fre- y I repuli-Met- Ke 11 lied. A lr Tbdhl tk Identity It unknown next reached the window The lUmes vtrre already scorching his almost nude Issly, nnd he jumped to the stone paves He wnt picked up in an ment. condition It wnt nt this ju thnt the rlromen arrived, ladners were raised nnd the work of rescuing the imperiled Inniatessvstematieally man whose uncon-M-lnu- rn Tor some, hemmed In by flames, smoke, nnd with all eirrets shut off, the rescue wnt too late. however. The tire men found dead 1m1-- I ift rather than living cities. Tho fire Is siid to have atnrtrd from an over- - orcronered with rialaf MMM live eop1e were killed and three others were mi badly Injured that tltev can senrely recover. At tho Cook county and Mercer hospital others are iiirmnliig with jkiIii In the wanls so badly Injured as.to bo unable to tell their names. In nil 'iirnrd stair lamp lte thr.ve Tile Knrninanln ltelenseit. Nrw VoliK, Aug l.V The Anchor line steamer KnrainanU. which arrived nt this port August a. nnd which brought the first case of cholera this season, wns relenr-efrom quarantine Monday morning nt 10 o'clock nnd'pro-ceetle- d to her dock. Since her detention nt qunrantlne sho hnt been thoroughly cleaned nnd dlslntcctcd. Me-hn- n, ports. . Two hotel rnrs to te run from tho enst to I'IiImso, hare Just tlulshed ut WilmliiKtoii, I VI., at a cost of J 'JO.. ooa each. They are new In design und unusually large. Kneh car him sixteen INisAengrr fomjirtmcnts, tilted up after the fit sh Ion of the most luxurious hotel rooms; A spaet) twenty-liv- e feet long In the center of each car Is occu-p!t- d by a completete kitchen, nml each kitchen It n largo space for storngtt. tlat tanks supply txith fuel and light ls-e- n Ilussln seemt to hare mistaken her own exports fur necessities, but the Vnler doet not so rccetfiilw them nnd hat re taliated by shutting out Itusslau im- nmoiintiux of ma mtl'are Mrs.rs I.inth (chairnunl, Strait, awl Malion I'rndlrton of SOME NOMINATIONS rt A Drummer Kill UN Man. l'raren hilrm.ni, Hu II if Oror-l- a l.ttimT lllnrn, lla?rr. Adim- - arid Ol lll, Ati.snta. fJa.Aug.. Ii 1'. It. w " ltt.sk ichalr York afi a drummer for the Appclgato '. 1'atnnr Til. Mut. h rr. Jklrl. VWi'a, Wrcht of Miuii h'i el's, and Marvin; whisky house of Louisville, shot and i Mr-"- Te. sent lir rrr.lilenl lo llio WasiIimiion. Aug. l.V - The president Monday wtit to the senate tho following nominations fur Ciinllriiiiisllon. rnlo killed Hobcrt Mcllrlde, of Newmnn, tin., nt tho I'nion depot here Monday. Mehau wns urrrstcd. He said Mcllrlde Instdtcd his wife anil that he shot him Mcllrlde was a to iivi'iitfc the insult prominent cotton oil man. n. Site Died Tor lene. St Iritis. A'ig li. Henrietta Hatub-dollw.tnl ('. Iltttler, of Massachusetts, n pretty girl of 17 years, comto lie secretnry tif the legation to Mex- mitted suicide tHvatise her loo for ico .lohnny Conley, n Western Otto II. lloysen, of North Dakota, I'nion messenger Kiy, wat not reI'ltited States consul nt tlothenburg, turned. The girl wnt of good eotinec-tlon-t Swollen. nnd had a monthly allowance lieorge V. hkliiner, jwntlon agent, ut from her parents, which she shared mov kind of paint It announced, In n pewhich. It It claimed, culiar degree the prt)iertlet of preterr-lu- g metal from rust, nnd It unnlTected by either hent or cold. When applied to sheet Iron it it found that the coating it not nlTctetl by warm water or kteniti, nor In it at all Influenced by tho netlou of acid nnd alkaline liquids, ammonia gnt, hytlrochlorlo acid gns and sulphuretted hydrogen gns. The principal Ingredient In this point It n sulcata of Iron which It found In tho lielghlxM hoo.l of natural deposits of Iron ore. A I'l'.fburgh. " I'n. Thomas J. l,owe, of Okla- with Johiinv. annual encampment of the of tho Soite of Veterans of the I'nltod states of Ausericn convened In this city nt l'lko's oponi house, ut 9 o'clock Montlny morning. The ollicers nnd delegates from nil vvtlont of tho country were arriving on over train coinmnn-dery-in-chl- SimitTtr after Mr- Hell had Invented the telephone, nnd when tho people nt yet hnil no faith In It, ho called upon Senator' Don Cameron, of Pennsylvania, nnd offered htm a controlling Intcrctt In bin company for J1,OflO. Cameron hosltnted for a moment nnd finally refused, nml Hell left his house a dirappolnted man. lie got tho money from other quartern, und made hit fortune without tho aid of Cameron's Ilud Cameron given him that none)'. M.oou It would have brought him In tho neighborhood of II, 000,000 n year, it Is nfllrmed, for a number of year. - torney for the district o Kaitvis Attempted Will' Mtirtler anil Suicide. Also, a numlier of proinotlonn ol St. Louis, Mo., Aug. J5. W. F. Caldminor ofllccrs In the rcicnuc cutter well, assistant chief of tho l'ucWo (Col.) service, (Iro department, Monday shot himself l'rolialilr I.ynrlinh " through tho heart nfter n desperate Vs llinui.Miiiiu, Ala., . to murder his wife. Ho tried to hinitli, n Negro, MiaiUt, innrfty 1 shoot her, but Mrs. John Kno, with Kault on Mrs. Detours aaasWJa' whom'tho couple were stopping, cnino Monday. Tho woman's husband shot to the rescue. at the .Vegro nt ho wnt running nwny but failed to hit him. A posse was Mounter lllowt t'pAVltli Pntal ItcHtill, sent out to hunt tho Negro down a l.V Aug. I'ohti.aM), Ore., Tho short time after the affair occurred steamer Annie Faxon blew up Monday They tetnrned Monday night with the morning nt Wade's bar, four miles Infonimtlt n that they had rattifht the Almotn, on the Snake river. Six He mum not with them fellow. Tliej persons were killed and a number would not s,iy where ho it nor what wounded. With tho exception of they have done with htm, nnd tin' genllroivn, the names were not reeral conclusion N they lynched him, ported. bo-lo- Caldwell, icceiver of public moucjs nt Klngllsher, Oltlaliomn. To lie reglsten of land nflleet: U lllhim D I.lnilniy. of t.nthrlc, Oklahoma; Ilward t!. Spilin.tn. of West n lrglnla ut KinglNlicr. Oklahoma: 1'. Knrman. uf Color.t'lo, nt lVnver; .lolm .1 llenxcrsut I.lttle KocU, Ark. William C. I'erry. Intl. d Stntet atKd-wi- homa. .Initios Sons of Vrlivaiia Meet. Cincinnati, Aug. 15. The twelfth Monday. Tho facta at put together to n brief biography of l.ntfl tli ionic tramps, gathered from Individual lntoriewfi with these rngnbomlt. The profcN&or learned that tho overwhelming majority of tramps chnoso their nuxlo of life for no other reason than that they nro buy. That thuy lire capable of both mentnl mid physical exertion It nttested by thu facts that nearly nil of them can rend und wrlto, nnd thnt t7per cent of them liar Initios, or profestlona requiring mora or lest aklll. IIkke It a short chapter in natural history: A Danbury (Ct) mull has a largo collection of ku<es, including' a puir of largo African python, a mala A few days ago tho and a ftmale. female, python commenced to lay, and up to the present time has deposited something over 100 eggs. They rnry in sUq and shape, but on an nveragn nro larger than goose eggs. It Is something unusual for pythons to lay when In captivity It is generally ro puted thut the only othsr instance recorded wits In lKli, when a python In tho l'arls Zoological gnrdeu lit Id thru loien'eggs. tramps. iimotint - I'iiok. McCook, of Hartford, Ct, hna lieen gathering polntt In regard to WrlKhtril llown With ek. .lKrmiMi.Nvu.i.K, Intl., Aug Curtlt, forty-tlvinnrrletl nnd u photogntpher by occupation, nt day light l'rltlay morning mnilc n desperate attempt nt Milcido by jumping oil the lift end of tho ferry boat City of .leircrsonvllle, just its the steamer .was leaving the dock Cur tit was presented from accomplishing hit purpose by tho timely nrrlvul of the sternllno catcher. Curtis mndo a terrible resistance, und nfter being floored to tho deck of tho steamer n policeman wnn sent for, nnd Curtis was taken to lall for aafe Keeping. The pockets of his clothing were tilled with rocks. No llntl for a filicide. I.oniio.v, Aug. 1ft. Titos. Creamer, who shot und killed his son, Otlio, here lust Thursday, wns nrralgned Monday on tho charge of first degree niurdct nnd pleading not guilty wna recommit toil to jail without ball to await tho action of the grand jury, arlet lo.-.F- oiir SuIoIII'h Visit. Wasiiiniiton, Aug. 15. Archbishop Satolll, i.i pal legate to tho United States, left this city Monday morning by the 8 o'clock train on Uio llaltlmore Ohio railroad for New York to pay visit to Archbishop his Amuch-discusse- d Corrlgun, Five Hiintlretl l.altl OX Dknisox, Tex., Aug. 18, Tho tyls-oiir- i, Ktnsas and Toxus, Saturday night and Sundny, laid off over 600 employes, making u snvlng of over H3.000 per month. Track men and section people urn tho principal losers. Aug. 15. Tho McGar-raho- u claim, tho most famous private clnWi that congress has ever hod to come up cumo up In the senuto Monday inn bill to refer tho claim to the court N'asiii:otox, Tho McUnrrnlinn Claim. Mr!k. judiciary committee. OwJUso, Midi , Aug. hnn lied employes In Woodward's casket Ilin CliniiilierlalnNCtiiiiliiK lo A merlon London, Aug. l.V Joseph Chamberworks nnd furniture factory counm-uccwork Monday morning at a reduction lain nml Mrs Chamberlain, formerly of 10 pei cent. In wages. There U quite Mist Kndleott, will sail for the Fnlted nn unsettled feeling among the men States nextSeptciubor to visit her fum. lly untl proTubly to see tho Y orld a fair, nud they may strike. it of private land by Mr. Tellor. claims, being introduced It wus referred tt tho when tho redeemed pass by In cohorti gontj Ollt.Qf lltvl Til of the Mills Havo Itof splendor, thev will lixik at him nnd There is No Chance For an Aitiyi in tlis melnory. snm.illliirrstl.in.. J'm-cxUlcneal 'Jl I J shout Victory!" Our Cases. nnii. I'n., Aug. 15. The k ' qtiKlct will' hi the Iron The oldest Inhabitant of Itcf tint steel trade was ' urlghtu Moiidav Hint nt mtvtlinn ulnn.i never sawn irranderdav than the ono rrom otiter tr . .mr.enes n nrisi a nwayoxJltlHStcdl lie .iinl Iliroir the. when Christ took Hit place on tho rlzht the mills for annual Merer. Thrre I, Onlr line Ijinirr Who jna tragedy that hand of liod. ifixnnnnl win. i 'CMS but UlOrt stvl the shortage of currency. Cim rirn.l llur fuse nt llrnvrtt'a M saves. Calvary clay I may not appropriately utter It At Jtncs ,fc Laughlln's sercrnl sootlicA nnd eal l).tr Talmuie'a frrmen. f wnt the stage .0 Mi ijwnscnacicu, nut let tho martyrs under tho nllnr resumed operations Monday Hit falling nt mid- - throw the cry to the ciders before thu the curlnhl of t nornlnr, mil fiv.' hnndrod addlttlonal Rev. Dr.Tnlmairo cone, tho thunder throne, nnd thev ran toss It in th given employment I.I. .1.t....l "A ll.il.t rt.nllpnfre " ilin ItOOU WHS UllJ tl Mirchestra, nngela throno on the sea of glass until all AQnrrcments rro In progress for i!,.inn. tin r.i iiiviin i of falling rocks ocvna in mo pit llcaven shall lift rcsttmptoti In tho steel department tn lln ll.nf ,.n,tmn..ll.V 1 U Clirlst t lltlt . in tllO galleries on point ol una somo on string oi Harp, p,v..j ureuiiuiu-tcquiT- , teg 'Ij's. Tho report thnt the wnges died. vea. rather that is risen itgnln. ''c sitecUiiora, tl CIlTj it died." Oh. tri- - and some on the tip of the big branches. IQU. of fjifiicn not utrccted by the ntiinl- - ulin 1. ..v.... nl ll,n pt.rlit lian.l nt I !.wl "It J1 yuKtalti scale woillil 1m rndtieeit 10 ?wr lllnpliant tllOUgl nosnnna! llosanual lin !.ls.i molmlli Ititereessliill filrtls." 1.11 tl..- 'i1. ftii:biuu ,rill-I - I A iuuiuii:.iiimiii iII...1I n CAUliaratlua; ,...!. ....... ... am il eeiiljamt true. Loth Carnegie's local "This It the lost sermon I shall ever I If you go tnri I. j Ht lind great Alter a clergyman bad preached n 'nljkn.l tho Heaver Falls plant wilt nreach." said Christmas Fvans. on tho lcrlot of Yersalll friend who "ion lu regard to the glories of llcnvon hcJSp Bjiertif ion this week, ns will l.'ltli of June. THijt Three iluvs after- - change, there. tcjarti A-- Co.'s works. .,-- Merles! "a want ho expired. I do not know what .had bceu.tliroug ...w and tho splendors of tho scene an aged "lays ngo. II. F. Ilornett Cropi-er- , Shel atsojnjbnbly be ".tig efrl the French woman snld: "If alt' that is to go on tvt by county, vice S. .N, Short, removed;J The. Ihddock wire works, nt Itankln his text was. but I know no man coultl ' they ns they wns In Heaven I don't know what will u there was nirreat up .Monday, nfter choose a better theme though ho knew war:'" nnd I N. It. Crnln, Cypres, Hickman county, Statjii started my poorhend." Oh! my friends, there; th III that multitude vice C A. tlrceti, reiiioved; I). J. (Itsh, ttvo.unthf itllcnews giving employ-inej- c It wnt the Inst time he should ever chanvo "presented Nnno- - there wilt bo so mnny things going on 1.700 men. A numlH-- r of preach than the subject found in this of pictures vhk (ilshtou, Muhlenberg county, vice J. K. bcon away. In Heaven I havo sometimes wondered 1 Uonle triumphs National TuIkj works text Jones, resigned: J. M. .Morgan, Kelly, T other picturct if tho Ixird would not forget yon and and tho National l'aul flttnsr this chnllentro of tho text I nnd In the frjt Christian county, vice Sarah I Itogcrs, m File success nnd me. started on Wednes-Uy- . at tho feet of nil ecclesiastical and ejvll j rcpresenVatlv o,ol tvuioM'd; Thomas Webb, .Mud Lick, Sail atidnv.tho Ferbnps l'aul said sometimes. "I wonlllack Diamond steel ntitnorlty. no leorcil neillicr swonts j victory Monroe eotinly, vlco Vj W. Mootey, forget tno down her oij JtHll'''vp)11u nil depnrtmeiita.. ntf lions, "jartu nor hell. 11toc.ioUn.t1 .uu.uin.t nil ttte: ;ro'f fbtanlc Ul- - der Ood docs notIn the prison, nnd In Miles 1. Wornnck, West ") tt?or lsonti half.1 ahjwjjincq'utU'dwlji'aMtJjiJMlfcrUi, .I'l'lLL'be , blotted In 'Antioch. und Morgan county, vice M7j7"Adainsr tilt.! ind I ijoci'i .'Will, ruatMTsw to man shut itown last Satuntay, iiilmfnlstratlott, unit the wofltTlins remoreiL bo a picture' calh'ry'reWosnWL?'tho sailors, so mnnyKrayffi!rn,?Byfmmbyi alien' the rpsumption takes place full of tiorsccution; but nil the perse' Ilnx. Ci.At'lu: Mii.tom Tiiojus, of but many heartbroken men," Dovyn withN),0 prisoners, so the liD tjtiotii of 4,1100 men will lie ctitors of the world could not iiffrl.tflil triuinp'iniit Jesus' I'u.-Irecently oppointetl consul to 1'p wia, says FnuL "Ferliapt Cod may forget mills will give employ- l'aul. Wns it because he wat physic- monarchy of transgression! Mnrnelllos, wedded JIIss Margaret ment 'lipnard of .1,000 men. ally strong? Oh, no. 1 suppose he wat the monarchy of our king! Haiti Jesus, mo; anil then I am so vile a sinner. Chamliers llrcnt, the benutlftil daughter "How I whipped those Christians! ritr.r..M l.. It. I, Aug. l.V The very much weakened by exposure and hall! I of Judge Henry llrent, of ttie superior score ol cotton mills owned and oper- maltreatment Mi what vcugennCo I mounted that Hut must give you tho second canto Wus It because ho wat court, tho other night, nt the Second ated btH. It A I! Knife, of this city, lacking In sensitiveness'. If Christ hnd cava... horse and dashed up to No; yon find of Foul's exhilaration. l'rcsjytcrlau church, In l'arls. It will take a mighty tho most delicate shades of feeling stayed lu that grave we never would und IisTjleil In llhode Island nml t poad my cause and got me Jimuii: .McHav wns plnylng with a Mirted up Moniluy morning, playing In and out of hit letters nnd have got out of it The grave would free." Ili. crowd of boys at Ilopklnsvllle, when at that moment there stopped u week. sermons. Some of hit communlcatlont havo been dark and dismal ns the nfter hnvbti one of tlit in, for n joke, threw n metal The rlrtn opV:tts nearly l.io.noo spin- burst Into tears What wns It that Fnttl's soul something during tha retgn of terror, came In uj-.rib out of an old parasol ut him "Hit dles and tiptird of 11.010 looms, em- lifted l'aul Into this triumphant mood? where the eamq up only to take mightier thnnthe surges that dashed his leg, ploys nearly .im operatlvs and has a The thought of n Saviour dead, n Sa- the victims out to the sea Hold. I do his ship into MiMta, swifter than tha such force thnt It just below tln knee, making a hole weekly pay-r-( nlHittt MO.000. viour risen, a SaWour exalted, a Saviour not wonder that the ancients tried by horse he rode to amascus. It was tha elenr through the soft part of the limit. cmbalment of the body to resist tho swift und overwialmlng thought of interceding. Christ's intercession HEROldTREATMENT. The rib wns extracted, producing an All the world hat sung tho praise of dissolution oMeatli. 5fy friends, wo mint have nn advq ugly If not dangerous wound. The grave Is the darkest, deepest, Will II l.r.intrit hy Hie rre.l- - I'rlncosH Alice, one child having tiled CaII.INK Ilf.s.thTT, aged 45, a olored So favors llriiioer lr ('onxres.tlleli V ho. of a contagious disease she was in thti ghastliest chasm that was ever openctl cate. A poor lnwycr Is worso thon no ftrnt In at all We must havo one whs-I- s woman, has given birth ton ! pound Vol r on the lirr Uur.llou Are In room where nnothcr was dying, nnd the If there lie no light from tho resurrec- lawyer successfully to present our causa able baby. Sho lias seventeen children. Ilonlil. court physician said to her "You must tion throne streaming Into It; but beforo God. Where is he? Who Is he? Shollretut Richmond. Wasiii.notov, ttng. 15. I'rcsidcnt not breathe tho breath of this child, or Christ staved in the tomb nil Friday Till: following llnttr.elnl statement Clevclnnd hasde'iVmineii to apply hit you yourself will die." Hut seeing thu nlglit nnd nil Saturday, and Saturday There Is only ono ndvoentn in all tha for August Is made by Stnto Treasurer most heroic inl'in'tce to bring iilmut child mourning localise of the tlcntli of night and a part of Sundny morning. universe that can plead our causo In Hate. Amount In tho sinking fun-- t the speedy niloption'of the silver re- her brother, the mother stoopad down, He stayed so long in the tomb that He tho last judgment that can plead Amount in tha peal bill. He Ii is lotted Instructions and in sympathy kissed thu little one, might fit it for tit when wo go there. our cause before God in tho great triJuly 31, fl'.'O.li.Ti.Sl. 14; to nil of his cabinet iliccrs that there caught the disease anil pcrlehcd. school fund, same dnte, IIs' All Ho tarried two whole nights In tho bunal. Sometimes In earthly courts attorgruve so tbat lie saw how Important it total. f(10S.a 15.05. Lest deficit general shall be no iimiv ivikilntinents made the worhl sang of the heroism nnd fund fXtO.SCO.T'!. Slmwi.ig a upon tho rccimi'iieu l.itlm of men in Alice, but I have was to have plenty of light nnd Ho neys have specialties, and one man sucexiiense of Princess ceeds lictter in patent cases, nnothcr In net balauce July .11 of J.Vt.feM congress nltiut whoso upon the to tell you that when our race was has flooded it with Hit own glory. It it early Sunday morning, nnd we insurance cases nnothcr In criminal John .loNKn ii convict from lit. Uinan, silver problem 'Iter is anyitotibt. lie dying the Lord Jesus stoopo down where he wns sentenced to n lotiif term has goue even farther nmlilrectcd that and gave us the kiss of everlasting love, start up to I'm. I thu grave of Christ enses, nnothcr in laud cases, another In the penitentiary formunler, ,itthe thero shall b extended no dfllclat cour- nnd perished that we might live. "It it We find tho morning sun gilding tho in will cases nnd his success generally dew. vnd the shrubs nro sweut ns the depends upon his sticking to that other day tmiisfirred from the I rank- -' tesy whatever t anvonein congress Christ that died." I have to tell you that Chrift foot crushes them What a beautiful ii tn the Ktldyv lite prison, ami pissed until It is known how his Vote is to be Can voti tell mo how tender-heartecan do many things; but seems to mo .he nlglit in the Louisville jail He Is cast upon the siT .r nuestim. I'attt could find anything to rejoice at place to lie buriedt ini Wonder they that Ills specialty is toittake the bad as well when He who notified the man. it Is Two senators fr. in the tirwesteall "1 . In the Jiorrlblc death sceno of talvary? did not treit Wurilen Norman of the t!cspcr:it- con- upon Sccrctarv Hoke SiAlth the other We weep at funerals, we arc sympa was alive at thej do now that He Is cases of tlio sinner and plead It beforo spiracy of n iu'iiiIht of com ts to day and asked t h ne enrcetl certain thetic when we seo a stranjor die, dead. Olve the military salute lo the Cod until ho gets eternal acquittal. Oh! blow up tho with ii unmlte laws adopted it the M congress re-- wiien a murderer steps upon a scaffold soldiers who stan 1 guarding thu dead. cate. we must have Him for our advorservation, and we pray for lib. departing spirit: nnd Hut hark to th" crash! an earthquake! - atlng to the Inuiin tiiiilesc.il.. It st emed thnt tin Hut what plea can we make? SomeThe soldiers fell back ns though they MisjH'i'titl him of having pcarlu.1 and they were surpr.. tote Informed by how could l'aul the nn uttorney lu court will plead their attitude Wcatno so thre itening the sccrctarv uf tl Interior that l'aul tlnd anything to K pleased with were dead, nnd tho stona nt the door timesinnocence of the prisoner. the that tho removal of Jones liecamc nec- tho ilcvtrtniiiu u,ild take no action nt the funeral of n Cod'1 that. of Christ's tomli spins down th- - bill, would le appropriate for us; woThat nro Come men in congress Christ had only recently tiled, anil the flung by tho arm of an angel essary. He will lie pardoned upon the reqn.'st all guilty! guilty! Fnclcnn! unclean! A woman twenty-ninold, until after the s.rman law was fresh In the memory of tho forth O Jesus! from tho tljrkness Into Christ, our ndvocatc, will sorrow was ye.irs not plead our 1. s The s. nors attempted to living on the world, nnd how In the frcsli memory of the sunlight, f nne forth, nnd breathe innocence. Sometimes of t.rassy the attorney in creek, hns liccti gaining in flesh rapidly to Seirvlafi Smith thnt there a Saviour's death could l'aul be ex- the perfume of Joseph's garden. Christ comos forth radiant, nml, as court tries to prove an nllbL for the past four years, untl now weight wns not th. sjghtest partisanship or ultant? He says: "This prisoner was Cot at 005 pounds. Sho Is tlio wife of sjiumel porsoiiul fnvi t them In the request It was because l'aul saw in that death He steps out of the excavation of the the scene; he was in stxnc other place unmuie, nnd wlien married, ten years J made, but ('secretary of the Interior his own deliverance, unit tne deliver- -' rock 1 loolf dowii into the excarntion, at tho time." Such a plea will not do ago, only weighed 10V 'I liev have tw MtattawW1 '0 " "s carrying out In- - mice o.f a race from still worwj disaster; and In the distance 1 see other coming structl"fli and. there would o nothing . be sawtbegt'p IntowUleli lhorramut hand lLJ1An,isjin 1 troop a,fter troop, in our case. The I.ord found us all In children 7 enrs of ago'rrmr"U'01j-litho routine of the depart- - I plunge, hnd ltd saw the bleeding hand nntl I flui? iCfsn Ion 'procession of the our sins, nnd In the very place of our' doni 'is-p-t ami 10.1 resiM'ctlvely. iniquity. It is impossible to provo nn Wiiii.k Jeff Jolinson, n colored work-ma- n meri until after tho sliver question wns of Christ close it J he glittering steel precious dead , Among them nre our alibi. Sometimes an attorney will ptead own loved one father mother, brother. j.vd of. on the top of the executioner's spear in at the stone quarries of Freeman the Insanity of the prisoner, nnd say ho liN sisrht kin lied into a torch to light wster. companion, cltii.iren coming up A Smith, near llopklns-illwut assistSENATOR HILL of the excavation of tho rock until Is irresponsible on that account That '1 be saw I men ing in drilling holes for blasting he was ptoa will never do in our case. Wo n In I the, last one has ste;ipid out into the the Kxtra Session llrvntril Entire. over the cross live words blown up by a premature explosion of I nm bewildered, nnd I can sinned agninst light, against knowl dynamite. Ills cyet were put out his Ii iothr Krllrf of the rinnnrlnl Winn- - Hebrew. Creek and- Latin: but l'aul light-an- d edge, ngalnst the dictates of our own ih saw over tin cross of Christ only one not understand 'ho senc until I sec head burned almost beyond recognition iii'otox, Aug. 15. Senator Hill, wont "Fxpiatlon!" He heard In tho Christ wave His hani over tho advanc- consciences; wo knew wiat we were and his lower llintn horribly mangled. doing. What, then, shall the plea bo? York, wants the extra tcsston lying groan of Christ his own groan of ing procession fro-- the rock, and hear There it no hope of lilt recovery. No of The plea for our eternal deliverance to lie devoted entirely tc eternal torturo tjken by nnothcr. Him cry, "I u:n the resurrection and if. one else wat Injured. i ti r tho country of its present though will bo Christ's owninartydom. lleVill Paul sal I to h itiu'lf: "111111 It not been tha life; he tint bclicveth in me, " At tho militia camp, Turk City, 1M v nn And say: "Look nt all these wounds. . Ily mis nii'cct in that Christ volunteered In my lrehilf, ho were dead, yet shall he live Adams, n Negro cook, imulted Capt I fin iltnictilllcs. o I ,mvo K.cn mauW then I notico that the Ion? dirge of the nil these snfterlngs demand the wfflJ I'ugcno Sinclair, and was mdcrod to let! r.n.l In order to cmf tie legislation. of this man from sin, nnd death, c needing con-nnJ u.pt( mj. Bn,nca sule, ,nv world's woe suddenly stops at tho his tent The Negro grnblxd n butcher to nt financial sul.frets to cut off all and hell. Constable, knock oft tho l.lr .in nnd in order shotirt of "Come forth!" rimson temples." knife nmt would havo cut tho captain pride, is to take up tantl legislation, Oh, my friends, if Christ had not shackles let tho prisoner go free." Men of great physical endurance lo pieces nail not assistance arrived, i "Who is lie that condemned? It is jt.'mlay offered a resolution declar-i- n I would The Negro's actions so enraged the men lie ' have sometimes carried very heavy bur- - broken out of the grave and Christ thnt died, yea, rather that is r the senso of the senate tint no pounds, four linn-tro- never como outof it. It would havo risen again, who is even at tho right that they came near lynching Attaint, Ie s Moil other than legislation por-- t lens three hundred I they have still said; been nnothcr cuso of t harlottc Corday pounds who wits placed under doubto gutir.1. mil. to th-- j tlnaii-i.- il shill be coa--- , "Mv strength and yet tested? put on attempting to slay a tvrant. herself hand of Coil, who also maketh interIs not III Ma II mi was hanged at l'lke- ,!.. ex'raordinnry more weight" Hut after a little while slain. It woulil liaie lieen another cession for us." at the ville tho other nurnlng for the murder Hut why all this gladness on the faces He asked that the v s. of congress. they were compelled to try out: "Stop! case of John Hrown attempting to free of these sons and daughters of tho of lilt brother. The drop felt at 11:11. r.'Mlii'nm He on the table for the pres- - I It would the slaves, himself h mg Hut tlte imnlon can carry no more. lilt neck was instantly broken. Ho Lord Almighty? I know what you nre. First, there havo been deitli' nnd t'hrlst in a grapif Christ was Illimitable. made n confession en the scaffold and n' n 'or (liilllniT. of New Hatnp--- e was his own burden of hunger, nnd ple, and death the victor Tho black thinking of. A Saviour dead, a Saviour completely broke down Fifty guards, (Terolnsnn amendment to Mr. thirst, nnd bereavement nnd n thou- - flag would have llonted on all the graves risen, a Saviour exalted, a Saviour Inarmed with Winchesters, prevented Sll solution tint there shall be no nnd outrages tli.it have been heaped and mausoletrns.of the dead, and hell terceding. "Wnt," say you, "Is nil thnt any attempt nt rescue. Ten thousand ff legislation tint I Is'JT. The resci- upon Him. and on top of that burden would have conquered the forces of forme?" All! All! Never let me hear people witnessed the execution. you complaining nliout anything again. tt.t r nd uinenilme it went over. were the forrows of Ills poor old moth-;r- , Heaven and cipinred theri'iipirts of With your pardoned sin behind you, At llnissy, in a domestic tlHllculty, (lovers struck his wife with lilt ani on top of those burdens the Cod, and sntaii!, would have como to and a successful Christ pleading above John FINANCIAL. Heaven, :rtmet of Ihe rufil.ins who were execut- coronation in tlio fist and knocked her down, lull SteI mm nnd it would halve Ifen devils on tho you, and n glorious Heaven before you, one 'olid Fart. the Treasury ing Him. vens, a brother of tho woman, haphow cin you be despondent about anydungeon. Iri.rtiii""n. 'Stop:-- ' you cry, "it It enough; Christ throne and sons of Ood in the pened In nt this minute nnd took up the thing? V Aug l.V Since August an Itear no more." And Christ says, No! no! nol When that stono wnt tight for hit sister. In the general row tl- "Hut," tiivisury department has issued "Holt on more burdens, roll on me the rolled from the door of Christ's grave, "all that says some man in the audience, Hovers wns cut so badly that ho died nt Is very good and very true M.itcs bank notes on Ixmds to tins of the entire nation, nnd after thnt it was hurlod with such force that It those who nro insido the kingdom, for I'n midnight. Hovers caine here two yean but iont of I5.5J.T 5 Denis havo roll on mo tho sins of the inhabited crashed In nil Tthc grave doors of how tin ngo fiotn northern Ohio, nnd bore n about those of us who are out, cireuLilion to arth. r.nd then roll on tne the sins of Christendom iiiidjnow th tomb Is only deposited to very bad reputation. side?" Then 1 say, come into tha th m tint of (12.111. 3.10, nnd I'nited tho four thou vinl years p ist sof.tr as u lower where. Cods children take a kingdom; come out of the prison Tin: largo stable of llnylcst A Tur-nchouse bank notes to the amount of those sins have been forgiven." And siesta, nn nfternoon nap to wake si.,two milet east of Furls, wns deof into 'Christ Is mercy tho glorious sunlight now, Cod'a i js .it !M) have been ordered printed. the angels of Co.l. seeing tho awfu up In nightly invlgoration stroyed by lire All tho horses were and pardon, nnd como The mtionul tnnk note circulation cry "Stop! Ho cin liear no risen " Hang tliat lamp among all the saved. I.oss nliout $2,000. (!btf.l40,7W, nn piesture, And tho blood rushing to tho tombs of my dead, hang it over myown out.titiling ts rannbroklna; In China. more." Tim drought in Franklin 5111I Shelby more thin (5,1101,000 since nostril and lip seems to cry out resting place A financial cotemporary gives, undat Chi 1st t suffering! is counties Is becoming more serious than August l.of "Bnough! Ho can en lure no more." ended; His work'ts done The darkest some reserve, tho following description nny thnt hat visited that section fot The stanilnnl silver dollars from tlte Hut (hrlst says "Itnll on a greater Fritlay uftcrnooriof the world's history of tlio appearance of trndo unionism years. I'nlcss rain shall fall soon farmSunday morning aid treasury offices during the ers say that tho corn crop will lie utter- mints t mled August 1J, toot, was (S70,-W- burden roll on tlte sins of the next becomes the brightest The good Fri- among tho pawnbrokers of China. On wed. of that body lcgan to charge his cusnineteen hundred years: roll on mo the of its resurrection joy ly ruined. Tobacco It already Ivecoirj. period of tint of all the succeeding ages; roll on day of bitter memories becomes tho tomers sixteen per cent Instead of the lug yellow, nnd if the drought eootlu. oj for tho corresponding frac mo tho ngonles of hell, ages on iige, Ulster of glorious transformation and usual twenty-four- . (5(13,015. Tho shipment of Naturally he did a lies much of It will have to be cut next llpo.il silver coin from August 1 to roaring trade, to tho dismay jot hit nnd rosnrectIoi)ri? the furnaces nnd the prison-house- s week. Drinking water nnd stock wntci WT,774. infrrl cause of Vanl's colleagues, who carried him boforo tha nggregated I Rlvo you Hie the tortures." That Is wiuit tho lllblo it reported to Iks getting scarce in the W'c honor the right hand mandarin of tho province, with bitter county. tne.ins when it says "Hu uore our sins exhilaration. To Aid In .Mm In; the t'otlon Crop. more than we do tlio left If in necl-de- complaints of unfair competition. The our sorrows." (iin.v'8 precinct, Knox county, conIn.Axr.x, Aug 1.1 The chnmber of nnd carried or buttle ne must lose one linud, mandarin, however, commended tho "Now," says l'aul, "1 nm free; that sidered tho whisky stronghold of tho CO Diucrce of this citv, Monday passed left 'i'lio left hand King pawnbroker for his charity and good county, went "dry" tho other dav by re filut,Ions asking tho clearing hottsi-t- raftering purchased my deliverance; let it bo theheart. wa do much feeling In only charging sixteen per I nearer the mai' 177 majority. The light wus bitter ami Issue crtltleate. to aid In moving Sod never collects n debt twice: have "orlt of life with that nearly every voter was out. Ih cotton crop. This action was taken a receipt in tun; ll nou is sausucu of the violent physical danger, but he cent, but poluted out that tho charge wns qulto Illegal. Ho therefore directed Loo t. option curried In the lliinllns-bur- g In the fear that currency would lie with me, then what do nil tho threatv hand without nrm in full play has has the district tho other day by twenty-bcve- n ah Tt nnd everything depends on the of earth and hell amount to? Hring on who mightiest rlfht H weapons. In nil that In tho future ha should charge tJao "f per cent, ol customary twenty-fou- r sll your witnesses," says l'aul; "show tho majority. priiinpt movement of the cotton crop. ill languages tho right which he was only to keep stxteen foi all jour force: do your worst ngalnst nges nnd in jyuibol of Hoiiiinkii, aged 77, suicided by Jacoii strength nnd himself, while the other eight was tob Denver's I'nrinplnyrfl. you; I dare yon: I chal- hand is the soul; I Jumping Into tlte cnnnl at Ionisille. IIrnvkii, Aug. l.V The great dispar- my you defy Is He thutcondemiu'th" power and honor. Hiram sat at tho distributed In chnrlty, In consonance Who lenge He wns uf unsoirnd mind. ity between the numlier of men out of lund of solomon. Then wo have with the pawnbroker's benevolent Idea. Ciiutciikiuv. StaiiIi, clothiers, of Lou employment nnd the amount of work It Is Christ that died." Oh, what a ri"ht I n right-hanLoudon Globe. ,i strong argument that puts in the hand tlio term. "He Washington's man."d isville, were damaged JHi.OOO by tho tt Ih? had wns strikingly illustrated right-hanof every Ihrlstlan man! Some day all Lafatette tire. Mrs. Mary Stewart, who lived Monday morning when 'J,000 Ho Has a Sclatto Nerve. Tpe Tull Marshal Key was Napoiii.ui; the past sins of his life como down on above tho store, leaped to the street men galhere.l nt the place lilm In a fiery troop, and they pound leon's right hand man; nnd now you man You say that old Grumble nevai filial her leg was broken. The building where work on the new sewers was to the nwanlng of l'uul when ho pretends to operate upon his Judgment wat damaged to the extent of Jin.000, licgln. There was work for only forty away at the gate of his soul, und they have of ' hrlst who is at the right What basis has he, then, for his unl have, come for your nrrcst speaks ay: "We und tenants lose '.'0,000 more formly successful speculations? Lads! men. A croyd of about 500 Italian laono of us could overcome you; we Initial of tost He Is K. ltK'ini, a shoemaker, and several the first guest of Styme He works, as ho tells me, upaa borers gathered nenr the spot, but Anv .. ............ A.,,1 That means nui'iiii, companions, wen swimming at tho wens not allowed tn approach by the ire lu,i,inj t... .i. nuiitn.iri.". Hmwi llf has n right to sit there. tho fcollng in his bones. Judge, t foot of rook strict, Louisville when crowd, which exhibited considerable ind ,,.,mo yon contend nga.ns, that The Hero..Mlio universe! Count HU "Docs tho family above alwayi l'etnlie, who ventured too far out was feeling, though they were quiet und ' ", lling tins iiirine weapon woumn. carried liwny by swift cnneiit nnd orderly. WOUIldt. Oil, mnko such nn awful racket ns they havt Only three Italians were '.I,.... ,I.Kt: von senttee those sins hands one in ho side-f- lvo " . "Yes." "Why don't ytn ... ...,..i.,.i diowncd befcro tils companions otild given work nnd thev were known to be Ttieso are I.' as nuicK ns you enn thin I- It. "It Is VOU IWVe ii "oundu. Look old IvUtlcnts of the city. reach him. Tito body has been found nt tlio se- complain or more out?" "Great Scott half the Christ that died." Why then bring u; not veterans Ovmi 5,000 wounds in lite temples; each man, It ueeps us irom oein anuoync It Hroticht llnwn the Ilott.r. to us the sins of our past life? What verer by the piano playing nuxtdoor." Intm hold n reunion at Mudlsonvillc .1 tiw nn t "Ciation. i,rn i , .H.iiies. linelr A review of the have we to do with those obsolete IIkiim.n, Aug. 1.1 .. U HU' ' ' days ngo. - from lmltl.. nml Ocean troops In Monblt barrncka was hold things? 11 - lint, or rolls up lilt postmasTub following fourth-clas- s Lady (to new servant girl) I musi Monday by Kmpcror William As Is You know how hard It It for n wreck. he take u" ters were commissioned u fcwtU's ago: usual ut all military pageants, nn ' " "' Dt;,r u- ask yon always to leu ran iioming um er to bring up anything tlmt is lost near sleeve o ma'am-thinWesley Thomas, Alger, Fstill county; Italia, IttnlT. or nt the truth. Servant Uirl-l- es, crowd wat present to witness the shore of titc tea: but suppose some- - wound goit. n von 11 M. llntcman, stand in udmlra- - but please, ma'am, how am I to knots Chatham. Hi sicken tho spectacle. Dunng tho review u be lost half way between Liver- - South ni..u"t county; Huniinh It. Davis. Fugle. Kstlll wall of u building collapsed Many nool and New York; It can not bo found, turn of - heroism nnd pntiiotlsm; but whether you can bear It?"- - Heltere Ita county; L. O. lliggs, Sobree. Webster people were standing close to this wall it can not be fetched up. "Now," says if i hr.si siiiuiiu mnito conspicuous tno comity) T. W. Frlest, Devlew Monwhen It foil, nnd a number werccditght God. "your sins I have enst Into tho live w i'N Rotten on; Calvary that How much bigger it always makei tgomery county; W. II. AWrn White under the debris Seven of the num- depths of the sea " ' ''M the ages lie would dis- .iterli Alt us feel to look nt other people through ii small part of his wounds. Oak, Morgan county. ber wore seriously injured, und wcro 'ho machinery ever fashioned in foun- plus onli Itauvj large end of the telcst-upe- . oundc ' ,11 over, let Him sit at the the Jah. Ovkiii.v, a fnriner of Hu hinond rumored to u hospital, iheuecldelit dries of darkness ami launched from Horn. linked to be tried for lunacy, us he felt caused much excitement among the the doors of etcnial death, working ruin It U rlghtjto sit there. Hy tho It never hurts tho value of his mind griming weak, lie was sent ipectntont, who lent their aid lu extri- fur 10,000 years, cim not bring up ono j He I ' Hotru. quest of liodjjtho Father, und the cull It bvuSi.-Ha- m's to the Lexington lsyluui. cating tiio'u imprisoned. forglveu and forgUtcn und of our sins I'lt.l,nh- ' out-'oo- A B0LD.CIIALLEXGI3. " 'siinbin into tl Wlti n .In f. r.l i'l elf,st rs .... ii,, eptllt of th sea, fccjUt is gone- -It It It it gone out of V Cone out of as und their Ini- no innre." CS men have como nervous ond sleep, ll..n u. cht-stif- mc're i... 1 mo 1 ser-jjU- Ia 1 . ft depart-miyntHt'tli- 1 JA1-eit- y, ?"' UialiliHiieWTftM jStrj s, 1 Mnssn-ehusett'- y U-c- jst n i ve 1 .'pe-clult-y. d Un-is- - cell-hous- o gre.it-hcnrte- d e . e heatl-wnter- T uaft e, "t - n , ,,,,, res-cu- nrch-angeli- d . pr-se- i i lit 11 1 -- -- 1 I Ik-- r, y, - y lnr-ea- J: ( nt o "t d uiiein-ploye- d "' ..,., "-- 1 1 ,i .tni.hn,i,i ::-....: l..-..- .lr ..... 11 ..... i ,.,. . w.v, .. . it 'K ' '"se ' , f v V- frfft It W- mHW.i mi "(, 'V If M a. fm si Xtft&ku ifr. '4 .. I. x . , i . , UXi 3J - ' wtv ..e . ffisSfc- - A. S. Llophor, KOSEDALE, ArlislW The nl Campbell's 01,1 Stand. iiipnrlniil In Nrtiool Cabinet PholoV 83.00 per Doz. Ull I. Visitor nro welcomed. KM) Good Work Guaranteed, jno. wirriNo, gj iLl 1:1. r Jlmlr 'Irurlirrv II I J Tho croakers, and the illoincued tlnlllrtiU nml H.V Ii'ii.t a SlnrrliiKc. frlriul'. Every Democratic Congress, many of discouragement to fCPS prophets Tlio following aro some of the has II 10 KM AN, KY. feud, which The nlnta the man who has spoken nl all nil good iIiIml's. In speaking of revis- more important changes h the new for years has drenched the inonii-taliitlio St. Louis Globe era. The predicted n tlmroiiRln'oiiif these FRIDAY, ai'o. is, iso.i. of Kentucky anil West School law, ami win do read with ion of tho tarin'. Thoujjli a ThellnnnDemocrat ..s: Virginia with blood. Ihir been i. ....i i.. ..i. interest ly teachers ami patrons sucrassoh's to joiix wirrixa.) k'ltss. The tical blunder was permim-for Mir. kv ri: nk.v tk. settled. Several times In a time like tlio present, tlio lowliij; tho Shcrinaii act to ho the nliuc: - "M fj clearly tiittiorIxp.1 lo announce Mr. U T. croakers stand upon every street dining tho existence of tho terrlb'o We are n cn.liili lo represent TYLRll contested point in the debate, tho Saturday leaching U not lawfnh coiiiet, exiggerallug lite sir.o oi Htrifo reports in a similar nature nM 01 Il'lll-Hickman, l'u on niid Citnin eounlle, for the pasAll tm'ntant teachers who serre llio owr hanging clouds and pre have been circulated, only to bo In lhi nxt Pernio of Krnltickr. Snli- nro many ntttl tho rkuif pi ll "ro prospects nro bright . by tho outbreaks more 'he worst results that can Jyt lo the action of lie Democrmis iitiviotis. First of all uevhleiiec. sage of n coin bill, and with a ratio regularly and receive a salary must dlotinir ui.u'd. They nro so con- followed bitter than befoie, until each bo tin pirty. not In lutlnqiirr pirh'ips Unit Mr. Clevlaiid will deem safe liolil ccitiltcatc. tlmnili tiat they can never ro- tlon Iihn looked upon advances of c; : A uia. Cla the gold Influx. TI P"'1 bI rC The State Hoard prescribes, njt cocnUn signs of entiourageiitent, fiienillv character as merely nut 'i m: i.i.jiii,.v i inct:. iroad, to- enough for his singnttire. reiitly received from of study, but Cllnlon tl. VilllnK' ol.l unit. or make allowance for ciicuinstiin. part of a coneerlcd plan to secure ()lir Motto "Quiv Bli nl fmll Prtfiis and S.uiih aro in tho only the course Tho West We nre authorised to annmwte Mr. J. 0. gether with Unit fiow'Iloat, regular program, and every cen t!i tt tua nave a dottuio mean an advautago in the inouutain war. Their interests M'EIUIIT, of Hickman ciniitjr, n n eW,(KM),0(J0. amMhero is n light to stay. to represent Fulton nn J Hick more will liavo never boon as itilliientliil in teaclter in tho stato must bo cnirngrd in'', it is 'heir habit to look nt lVaco was tho result of tlio mar prospect Hiatus mhr tho dark side. lingo of Krauk Uatlleld and Hat mn rwinlln. In llio lintr Iloti'e of the eomo lioforo the cuil nf lie month. WashliiKlonns tln ate right now. on ihc same branch at the prcscrh c i r id in: nfil Leglalftlnm. IIIi candidacy In Tlio increuso of Natnnl batik If tliat Is not piogress, what Is it! od tour evctv (lav. be teaolui Tliej'iiie ilangeis where none lie McCoy, representatives of the nbject lathe action of tlie UeinotirKlle . . . . ... .i . i ' for currency has recently eu nt the If tlio Dotnocrntic nartv lias not is rctjuued in carry out iius jmi eisi. anil invent ptetextswhen vouutrer element of both factious. , fttlj. I'hev met in a log school house In1 glminiv prognoHticatlons brought about tho change, to what grain. rule of $1,000,000 a tin KOIl i.'WU.M'Y Sl'ITIlIXTIWIIKM'. tliey ini.'lit just as easy make the wilds of llio Kentucky mounagency can ll be attributed! County supenutoudents are : & H iw Haliits, traditions and vested : '! and stimulating 'm :m tains savernl weoks ago. Tho VT nre inlnorlttd lo nnnoiin'e Mr. I) K attired to give bond only for lli'c cntntiTi Our Idle :irioN. insignificant nlaco was selected owing to its If an privilogeH die hard. If they nro WILSON ae a onmllilatf for they sliok none amount that will conic into tlnic bank ii's in a reunite district, of Co nun on School for Fulton Ptil the convicts tofork, sais wrong nntl unjust tho current year, not doullij Oounijr, at llie eueulug Noicuibcr fleclutei pret in as tlio foreran llio less cloBely, and must lie ex- hands . I tho in a ki' rles ot like disasiers in the tion. terminated by tho enlightened, the amount. nei llio county board ot cxamtntrg nil nuns of the couulrv. When a About a dozen reiiresoutntives of Reports front Fratcfort show trained fnrco of good in on acting We are antliirlred lo annonnce JAS. H. For mlont the text books to bo Used rhi.iII iMcrcantilt) concern makes both families wero nresent. SAUNDLHS, (rer.nl inrumhrnl) m a that tho tlnmornliznou among for publiu opinion. HARDWARE, QUEENSWAliE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC. mnillUle for diiirlnt3nicnt nf the hundreds of ho convicts It may not bo perfect cotiRola- - in tite cotintv and tltev cannot wlnssiciiinent, they deelaro that a two years tho young couple had Schools for Fulton county, at the confined in tho stat prison is must Inevitable been corresponding wilhutit the CMNTON STRKHT, tinti lo buncombe politicians, but ciuul,0(l oflcner than once in fvi general atnash-nHICKMAN, KY. Nnembcr lerilmi. constantly knowledge of their families and crowlnc serious nntl hreutenlng. it is soiuothing for tlio people to vears. They are ciiime. would vA bn reivmi nfl watching tor indications of weak- throtteh their advances mid the Tug next appellant Judgeship,"" (test ,iition "i tthe urld biiiu observe that tho silver tlcht ' i' nn ...... iTj ,.r .,,. uens in tho block market, and effort of mutual friends Hie tiioitu. T lion .. nuttiui: additional vigor into lho'.UIIV Ul tu iwi.n l !. - . contest In this district will be I.. Ul" IMIIICI Wit Mill 610110 WllllS.10 mouths In delertulunttoii to secure a ...!.V IFIC. ..!.... IUCIIIIO tarni U"I' I.. t ii i it feud Is ended forever. Hut B.IIKIU ..!... Ill1'U ;;.,al,,..,., t J....I ror t such " "."V ; . !... v.m!. t ' s Ill e'CrJ proclaimed to bo a suro warn- - tho trletidly lU'iaugomcntR camel niiiiiiL winian nffonlliiAiinaa Diit'iiLiiviiuaoi -tMarket Price will be Paid for Hccf Cuttle. board, each ,branch Sa i in iiinri'orvTv. UIUIU Hill iUDIIU Ilium r , nC Unit a panic is ntiotu to Happen. alter years of fierce warfare. Ini lilt .i..i. uuiiui. state tU. ixrrereiicca of opinion nbotit tlio crate envelope. I ho county bos 'ilu conditions that clve reason. which lives have been sacrificed TrCR prevailing panic In hum- thlovca nml bug, anil tills I gtmentlly concicd-fit- . grce tho rrnlf r ro to bo just curreiiov have animated the Deni- - ol cxaniiuers open ono enve Mdo .usiiiauco of safety and so- bv both itiuns in order that' liI,L'ilinill'f lo rent). but. It Is so i that ...i ocrats lo n nrmer union on a lann trivo reasonauie time tor an ainii lidity never seem lo come within their ppeuliar ideas of family hon AM) JIBIiCIIAnTS' ninth y irn BAKK, an oulbrvtiK for revenue, luo low pi ices ot cants to answer the nuestntl the range of their observation. or might bo maintained with be nve Diets lor it Amounts to reality. On tho last occa farm products have put tarrlli " llieir point of view Is such that coining dignity. fhcy must ihon take up the The Princeton Ilanncr claims. nu 'exnoseil. RmC x .. . . . the weapons and stores of roiorin lino IIIUHI8 ueiure orownyii irntii ovcrv iipiiiicant botorc paie it comprehends nothing which est a ? sjc our iouaveo siraigni tip tiinl Judge - j ...ii,:..!..! for nun l.v tl.n can be constructed lu an agreeable Hots, of Iowa. positively (!i l tMClilnllllB. I'll, IIDilliniiir. .Inliu R. Grnco will be a candidate. desperate platters wero found by Mllil auotlicr envelope. i'reo tlistribution of products anil nig .. light. They rrnlm.,l to be a candidate lor iijirrneii in & ,.,. Kir i Run in uin Ju..bo...... No one who cannot re id l' and advantageous imp prison oiueiais. oittco tiicu n briskness of trndo aro becoming a niv ,.uiiiiiiiit-- mill uiilioinirui irn- or)or ni:.,i oil pllllelple op- M?nnitted to scrvc,.is write disclosed hundreds havo gold "Rlillf linttr Id mon nntl s.fver general search weniioiis concealed a common demand instead of po- tee of is white .elinnl distrcf. !. fiiiinatn, mm iiii'ii iritit pi poied to a third term, lie does a dangerous mnil litical dispute. If American farmit. ilnvt rtaner oi tiro lies in fomenting discontent mill "" however, nay that he will not JJverv school child mus have a and apprehension. money wit limit any intrlnyfl value, on tlio persons nun ill the cells of ers must compote with India They know not, be a candidate for Tniled States II.1SUUIIANAN. men who eMtieutiy expected to ryots who work for '2 cents a day, 'Scat .with a back, nml all seat very is tho money that commands a I J. O. r.oSDfftANT. It I. AI.KXANIiCi:. J ATHOMl'iON, " ell that their predictions i: I'ASi use them lu a break for liberty. Juilfr (. 1. ItA.NPI.K, J N. ilKAbU, Jr. manufacturers must tnko their must be made ltort,sonFtoaceon,- - rarely or never como trno, but Senator. ctiiiuces with ino rest. If tlio tnodate not more than tvo children they no mnkini; them all the same. FouitTERN days sot apart for a 3T3?IC3i3j?2S Plantation t'hlll t.'uro Is guaran' Itc.HiimiiiK IIusIacsH. farmers can competo with India at the same time. and the effect is decidedly injurifull unit freo discussion of tlio teed. If it don't cure go ami gel II. DU0iiNW lent i It. U AI.K.. and Russia, the mauufnetnror can lent J. J T IIONI'l'MST, Vlfr-f- f The name of (traded Frets Solum' ous to tho best interests of socio- your silver question, and thon the vote . limner back. Ak yoiirmor- t.. There conies sotno cheering rompoto uith Europe. Ho will is c i tanirciituuradeil 1'iu loaciitx AM1!.)'. I'tfbltr, J N UK. lit Kit, Jr . S..l,iml Clirr Iri were uoi f t. . iiucc will be taken. On the --'1st, the i.' inrinn news from tlie Hist. Soveral largo get free raw materials and will bo and in order to onnrir.n onn ol oJ"i and Inexcusable croaking, chant nboiit it. l'rico rllu. Sold liy decision. I owgiiKS; rowgin, uickman. Ivy cotton mills of Nev England und exporting nt a profit before tho these districts a inajorlv nf tlm,r- "ul IIIIHIICIMI troubles would bo The Commissioners havo derevonuo tariff is in operation six much easier to ailjuxt; and it is " " T. T. Swnjnc termined to employ idlo convicts iron mills of Pennsylvatiia havo re- - months. It is timo ho was helping who vote, not a majority of tho-- the duty of all good citizens lo Core Hro's, Cnyco Kj'. in Hie maiiufacturo of chairs, and sinned business, thousands of to get that branch nf trade ho who are entitled to vote, settles tlie deuounco those wbo thus play a tiii; i.i.i.iik iri.n A. K. Hrevanl. .Ionian. ICr. itAMi'tni m.it Stato Treasurer authorized lo buy workmen thereby being given loves so dearly inustion as to wneticr or not iue part thai Is pecultary obnoxious tlie l,,Bnt- public seliofl is to bo organ- - any discreditable. Oonosition to n loelcal tariff eraded employment. This means that rrj Plantation Chill Cure stops chills, ' Tun leading colorod lawyors of, capitalists, mnntifactttrors nntl In rovislon is weaker and tho desire, ized, and the gnnM public K'lnd stops 'oin ijuick, nml they never the country will meet at Ohatta-- investors nro hegining to realtzo to push tho reform is stronger trustees are to 'c elected tho fna Ni:htno.i. rir. comeback. If you don't belle vo iiooga, Oct. 10th, to devise means the opportunities which havo been than since 1800. The Fifty third Saturday in Xay instead of tlio It, try it. If it don't stop 'em atk by which so many lyncliliiga of developed bocatiso of tho curtail' Congress will reduce tho expenses first Saturbay iii June, and tla-Washington, Aug. n In ihe for .your money back jnu'll eel it. their race can he obviated. incut in production growing out of our trade. St. Louis Republic. nailfy one week after they are Supreme Court here today, a suit for W),000 damages was illod by Price fillc. Sold by T" """ " elected. Tiikbr will bo no partinp of Cowgill & Cowglll, Hickman, Ky ' IV. C. I Ilrecklnrhl-- c. 180-1a tcael..T Madilene Z. Holland, against Conways in the Democratic pari v. T'1 After Julv Ut, , i" ? I l T. T. Sway no, gressman Hreckinrnlge, of Ken" ? lolding a third class certificate .H Tho majority will ,ule, after tho Core Hro's., Cnyco, Ky. tucky. Sho charges seduction r..n The anlt for breach of promise ...i ,:,,. i , ...:... i,., JViWOl- i i.J ill)! ........ indicates that American III t(f tz Liilt" prise cannot for any great length in uui i. irti iiiiiini lu ii:ai:n :.. it ami breach of promise. A. K. Hrevanl, Jordan, Ky. She sys reck-- , j;strjPt w;t, 7,)or brought ngalnst Hon. W.O. ilege ofarguiiient and voting, morc . I,I,:S n. ho took advantage of her at a of time be kept In a stnto of re.. . , 111' ...!. (ll.T i in. sr.iii. i oiIP you have got anything worth pression. The improvement in inriiigo, oi iveiuucKj, vy .uias Tll - ported for tlio yur, and a teach, r seminary at Frankfort in August, n dollar to sell ou can soil it fur the iron market Is of tho utmost lard gives a shook to tho wholo holding a second olass certiuYjU' S3 , and that since then she has oeupilon in th eottnlrr l a dollar. The timo will never be importance, for the conntry is nb country. .Mr. Drcckiuridgo do-- cannot teach in 2 district which lm had by him two children, which loukin); to ibo riirn of whoi) the Government can give was most prosperous when tho far relief. Ktetjr rllncu U clitics to talk beyond the mere dec- - reported So or uore pupils t'..r died and a premature birth. She nl ono a dollar for nothing, see! iron trade is in good condition. laration that his position will bo that year. declares he promised to marry as itirtcilj to be er.iD4llr intnf l.l In nery tiil will want Jlitu.K-l- , This means much to the South, s food nfter the death nf his wife as inriiure I....I .1. v.,. ..,.,.nrll. .n f..l. A "rst ll.. AN abundance-nwater will stop especially, where the iron business 'explained in duo timo and an In-" ecency would allow. Tho date , it jurin( , ,iro, lk, ,,,, , ,f rtr,t en s. muni:, rr.it. thirst, but each thirsty individaal has been prostrated for so many timatloti that ho is u victim of join h. tonmi.L. r. rn'i. . . . . was posfpoiieil timo and again audi kiivvntic . of rti wrrk" 61 nl, must bo ililo to get to the water months. . ; . . , blackmail. It is to bo hoped that lOula IteruMie i' eoneluivlr Jerannmi tho last time it was decided on for and use it. So an abundance, of v tho distinguished gentleman will b ,May;$l, when he promised, she ol. lit te.Jtrt cl ALL dit tnw eeb .. t mi productions will make prosperity, Turf.lijr n. Fri ly Jiii iwie. m ftenl if BKiris, huh tiii v it rt duaap uo note to ciear ins Mini ""; to secretly marry her. Iron, tnj ..w. n J full ll coul.l l but the individual must havo, owu The Currency Question. .f w .....- II V ..... WV a pt r ..U...ris1.....0 only. Tlie isclirliij; en tJccHlou jet it wli no ratie or control some of tbeso products, not thin die wfeklln lnl One Dollr s nr. ri:u:iv roll im.mi.s. Secretary Carlisle has at Inst I.v. Mr. Hreckinridgo to enjoy his part of the prosperity. greatest Yetr It nill t ln.lt,f nmlile ilurlnf heard from, and ho favors ouo ol tlie actually orators ot ids been SeoJ In jour tub the greatest, Tho decision of the arbitrators S KM TIow a local financial panic may the nnt fe mcinii Tiik United Slates is now tho the Vorhees bill to permit nnttotinl time, if not ttrinliitn al ane l!ttr. av frr far leading mauufHctuiiug country (u hanks to issue notes up to tho but a statesman admired by ull chosen to settle tho question as bo prevented by a few persons one to th emlr of cinbof four new jer tlio vTorld. Wo havo far out- - fce value of tlio bonds deposited. ,nc"- repanllesH of party, for his to sealing in tho Heiirmg Sea, and confidence restored in a very "".",V,".h ,4ll"lo1ll,r' u'fi', ,or, ,f" It rill fur free stripped all other nations in the He says this would add nt once courage, honesty and ability. nplrriinlr, growing out of tho conllictlng short time was demonstrated iulciub. AJ.bem Tn R..i.uii, ril rilte at. Uuit, magnitude of our industrial oper-- , about S19.000.000 to the circuU We offer tho most Liberal Accommodations Solicils your business. doctrines set tip by Great Hritain WhCf iiil'. . . ii.. iminei ate v i.t.r it rntcui. vrr. ntious. It is nlmost incoinprehen., tlon, and would greatly relievo to our Custumeis Consistent with Kslnhlished and the United States, was rennrt- - nfter the suspension of tlio Hxsihle that in ten years the increaso tho country, lacb Hoitso is now Hanking Principles. i s your life worth T0 cents I Loulsvlllo Commercial: In a re- -- i rr.in..i..v. Ti.n m,, iintnt in the Qupitnl invested in manti-- ' debating tho currency dnestinii. Be..a..Ko,,n.c,,y. .; cent public address, Mr. Lyman DumbCI,lll;Ag.,o;Cogcs.lvo lactures stiouid exceed tlio total although tho House of Kepresen " -- ""-i une iiiereiiant nnnoiinced tnaii u i II: JJealh. This is tho evoltt "" " Gago told a story which has a "'""""-- ' invested only twenty years ago. tatives is speaking mora directly J. moral very pertinent now. Ho boeu gained. Thoro is to bo no ho would e.h all certillod 'checks Hon of that malarial chilly senna seems to . ho I. .1.... Thero ,...1.l,. niitiiiiiitci .." bank, and ho, Hon. Stop it in time. Plantation C. HALTZi: R. R. T. TYLKR, J. W. POWKI.Ii, It. 11. HltKVAKD Tiik Ministerial Allianco of to tho issue. ... ...w .'.t...A..n ..,... naui Liiiik iiiiui.. .l. ......I.. tilP IQT'I' limn;. .iirii.itHa .l......l.l. tit seals, 'on the . Lilt ititiiiu ry ioiii , .a b.a. ,,, .. Denver has prepared a memorial mi h. ho was a visitor in a country town, and provision Is innde of such; WilB J""lr1' "V several others In nn'chill Guru will do It, or it will cost A. A. FAR1S. W. A SlirCK, J. W. LOWG1LL. C0IIIllrV meP. control of tho business as to to besent to the President, ask- should not bo passed innie l.ately nnilfrom ' ,uo ""lomr "' ,l' you nothing. Sold by . ....,leaiHns ! - ,,.,. iiil'n ill ill n mill iini iiiiiim inn ing that he set asido a national oy uougrcss iiim i wi 1 o tlln rollnwln-- s "For vent tho cxtlrmhiatlou ol tho aniCow gill A: Cowglll, Hickman, Ky day of prayer and rusting. The ad- nature ot tlio I'residcui witmii a n week or ten days during tho mal. Great Hritain, however, credit ami business interests of " days. There can bono possf- ....!.) 11.111,1,1 .t.s. ...aw. .linn. T. T. Sway no, nl...Ajl dress cites the existing financial few nltiA.ttAr, IIIIIIIU, IliU II tlUtllllll. gains her point that the United tho city ttj withdrawing their den It If ni.Fnniina Goro Hro's., Cayco, Ky. J .' v., " , ,,V '.v. distress, and tho great legalized bore camo ton stand- - States did not have exclusive posits. Tlio appeal had tho effect i4'hn8 tiess hon A. H. Hiovard, Jordan, Ky. , mat w sins nf the nation, and petitions the curre.icy repeal aflecting ,heal)8olntcly notlllr)K. rights in the sea, outside, tlio or- desired, ami as a result business o the bier quesion of tho gone mi as usual in Wheoling, the President to set aside a day, wo roeolvod a 8100 dinary three-mlllimit, tho nrbl has It should con i and the ,,, b the oiil it.jtiry dono being than ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. 1 when the people shall gather in. man law t f ,.,, ,. ...rectlo.. to credit it trators holding that Rusia did canscd i the suspension of the their accustomed places ofwor-- i approval of both Hllvormd ami ." - not claim nt tho timo of tho sale khlpand pray that the nation may, silver men. It is a measure that upon llio open "ncconnt ot llio 0f Alaska nml tho Islands to the Exchange Hank. .And IDonlcr Had the runs on the other banks he rightly guided in its present; will afford very great help to the sender. We looked nt the bill United States, that it was a To t'lllOAUtl AMI I in; people, ami would give them as- with interest and curiosity, nml,; soro distress. WINKS 0owod sen. Messrs. Coudcrt and continued, soveral failures would DRCG8, surance that Congress will dually . after conferringtogetlier, conclud of tlio American rnnnsol. havo occurred, a number of factogist of President Clove-- solve tho main ('MmfTub nl question. It 7lcf til fr ML'DICINKS, many r'luro at now i on tb fnm I'tilton to tn umimii AN!) ries been uul mi land's message to Congress is oin- - would also oncourago tlio bankers en io lenu it to .ur. i., in wnom 8ay they aro satlslled, and Mr. employes closed nud n good U)lj nntiliM 1. IrUt, ii tutne. mj u return thrown out of work. wo owed n small account, knowing, r.lndstono savn ho is likewise v 1, 1J unm Kniffiilr ttil lli l'utrt STATIONKRY, bodied in the concluding par-- ' themselves to tako a tnoro hnpo-fu- l LIQUORS limit th uhIj ho was in need. oloasod. Thus tho arbitrators' ngrnph, which reads as follows: "I 4. view of tho situation. It is that I.' ivnvi.nfinn. 'k ,.x htmfTapT iWnf fay About 3 o'clock in the nfternoon' .C0U1 t0 have no roason whv thev UAll.KOtO I'll OH TIIKftOlTII IIaruison do earnestly roco amend the prompt illfllf-nl- t tn Ron how it could bn rou riWrMt-i(without triuanu t d. repeal of the provisions of tho act made the subject of prolonged a wagon maker camo into our of- 8)OU,j be entirely sutlslied with' nlos that ho ever said tlio present -- !,. inIrftihifltw nftUt KI' V IVIM I.'H .l.t U"l"" m, lllln tn ttlA tur full ' tltifilwii.il frntilitna llco wltlt a smile upon Ills laco, themselves. It has all como out WOnm MEDICAL passed juu- uui. iftm Hutlioruiug debate, it is so reasonnlde ami so PAINTS, BUILDINGS EXPOSITION the purchaso of silver bullion, and timely. Senator Vest'? bill to and said, I am glad to pay you rery llgreeably, Imleod. Tho seals, election of Clovelnud. Ho is to the benefit of tho correcl wltli csiiociul USB. that other legislative acliou may coin all the silver bullion in tho 8100 on ncconnt. It is the first 0I tlicir in.k. OILS, put beyond all doubt or mistake, treasury, nud to issue corlitlcatcfl money I havo seen in a good while.' satisfaction tho regulation that tion nltiinngh it will make small mo ioiik mo iiniiiujf iiuiij inn iiiiiiu tliev nro not lobe hunted for a dliTorejico with Intolllgont people, SPECIALTY. tho intention mid ability of tho! thereon, is, of course, t to (111 its necuniarv Inrv tn llin rnnnnl of the Sherman nml discovered it to bo tho 6nmejyoar or tWOi Tlt, t tho United'lbocause they know very well that Al IBS WORLD'S FAi 5ATS3. note wo had received in tho morn States and Great Hritain would so far as legislation has affected obligations in money uuiverally silver purchase act. ing. We nsked him whoro ho got commercial affairs, Republicans (Uurll'i r.lr StiU.nUIIij I'UIi.iii. recognizeu oy an civilized coun If relief could be grantod within it. thinking that ho got it from .Mr. hnvo gone to war had not arbitra- ami not tho Democrats are respontion been brought about, thoro tries." Fur Mrllir r,ilrnlr.. tkk.t,Mf rill on t two or ihroe weeks, it would bo A., to whom wo had paid it. Uo II II llrkM or u,r..t sible. Ur' jour Tim Louisville Times thus com well enough for Congress to ad- informed na that ho had received can be uo doubt whatever. A. II II VNHUN, 0. r V.ciilcuzo r.m. dress itself to the tariff. Indeed, it from Mr. 13. Wo then followed ments upon the rocent farce on Coasting Is what blcyclo r llyurtitrry. An nililemlfl icled at Memphis: "Tlioso Indict- - no change In the financial systotn the history of the noto back and In Septemtier, 18U2, drmiury in Teryrlifers cnii it when tlioy take their Proparo yourself for tlio coming ...... ...a. .1 A,i ..oti.f. ,.(,111- Keejn HrltMH SloeW f lite erjr Lrtl leu incuts nrrnlnst tlm nnnon niiinor, ri of the country will havo Its best found that it had paid us 8100 of form. prevmio'i ni jamion, nj feel from I IIS pcals lllltl travel ou"",,D1 l.n """ID"'K .un, at.alAlil n,o.y... ' ' ". iire of nil kind, ol . Mimi, ,!,; results unless onpotttuvUtes for the morning ami bad llqnlilatod J. VYller WUUrd, k well kuon mer. - tlin inniiiniitinn rrnlnml frnm 1111(1 DlirlfVilltr VOtir blOOd Willi ti.;.. f..n. increase of bnsiness shall bo six other dobts of 100, and wo protect Lee Walker, tho coloredi"'6 .iron. HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &c ravisherund murderer of a white ""rded by widening the market - still had tho note for fresh opera- rim HLinr.lv. lie v. -- It l ctrta.nij pr?vion. It allows slower rldors to or I olnsh. lrioooiicts anu t.uu girl, from, tho fury of a mob, are r Aiucricau protluots. Appeal- tions on tho morrow." Sold by ono ol the brut llilogii errr ni.le, on.l Iim cntcll up. You havo perhaps seotl nor bottle. wllrb nre odereil t ONE I'I'.ICK, nJ tint He tiicro legal actions that will never Avalanche. Cowglll & Cowglll, Hickman, Ky gWcn tie hiciicit latUUctiin In He mom a business man suffer from too " severe cism " Amount to niiythiug. The human aa, very luneet lie reatVet mllei. T. T. Sway no. i,B mlvor. Tun Ilhodo Island Republican T. T.8W oi nyenierr.- ior iim Dv Illllbll "" ""!$, Tiik Memphis Scimitar sizes being that sinks himself below the Ooro Hro's,, Cnyce, Ky. tlBlng. Don't ullnw tho slow Supremo Court sustains the action rtprfnitiJ All goiJi giuranleed lo t ... ..ll. .... level of tho wild beast waives all up the situation to u nicety in tho l. r ll A. Ii. Hrovard, Jordan, Ky. inn iciniwn in ciiiuii m'. of tho Republican members of the rights to tho protection of tho following paragraph: ' LAWKENCI: I. AKAI., the author n,i..orllatiirf Imnimer nt i.uui all work Legislature by which they preventlaws of God or of man. Tlio pub! "Don't bo unoasj--, gentlemen, ed tho election of Democratic State of tho tarilf plank in tho Chicago (,o timo and you will always bo Mississippi Valley Route lic sentiment of Memphis is witli Grover is all right. We know officers, thus allowing the Repub- platform, has been given tho Dctu- - in tho load whoro your ndvertis- (NenpurlKtmA IImI..I,i V.U.J Co.) the patties indicted, and tho Nows. we nominated hlni that ho ocratic nomination ior Governor of ing was placed. Paducn stream is not likely to riso above when opposed to lican Administration to hold over. was freo colnago of wuio uy acuiaiuuiiun. LOUISVILLE, its source." silver. It ho had not bean he would Tnr. National platforms of both Chilli rcn like to tuko ' C. C. C. Two moro lynching occurred EVAN8VILLK, TnK Loulsvlllo Times gives this! not havo been elected. If we tho Democratic nud Republican 'lastweok, nud ono this week. A Ccrliiln Clilll Cure," llio plrnv CINCINNATI, nut nud Kiiiintiilt-ci- l cine for historical information of imorest, had a silver platform we had a parties declare in favor of tho ANO ALL rOINU & Kentucky has been represented gold candidate, and, as it was a parity of gold mid silver, but how white miner wns lynched at Coal IVvcr,30 Aruu uiiU .Tlnlarla. cl. A. Holcomuk, Drugglit. in tho Federal Senate by iid men.' sucesHful combination, we should to maintain this parity Demoorats Creek, Toiin,, by Stnto soldiers for I'rico cM X! 32 of The aggregate of their servico not 'kink.' Hut tho fact is tho differ with Democrats ami Repub- tho murder of ouo weretlicir num. For sale t7 nogroes bor. The others DKALKKS IN 20(1 years. amounts to Fifteen platform and the candidate lit licans with Republicans, So much hatigod for rape. Theso mako 02 Havo you tried Plantation Liver MICMI'IIia. counties havo supplied all those each other very well. The so thalU has never boon a parity for this year, and 0 for August. VICICSDUItfl, Pills for habitual constipation t as follows: Fratikliu' cratic pnrty will doall it can to question, except so far as ono B TT nt nafh 1 NF.W OIILKAN3, ileri They nro porfootly dollghtrul and county has furnished seven, with uo silverto its utmost extent, could tako a make shift advantage 7ii? KnNTUCKV pays over two mil- a ASD ALL POINTS Rurocuro. Pnco 2ro. Sold by u servico of .18 iears; Hourbon but there was never any obligation of the other. lion of dollars unntnlly for tho sup-- , ''co"vvgilTccCowgill, Iliokinaii.Ky mj m two, with a service of fourteen to wreck tho business of the coun- y port of her excellent Common Mastkr Workman T. V. " " years; Fai ette nine, with it service try in the iiitere.it of the silver T. Swnyno, T. has positively refused to ac- School system. Many u poor child of fl fly eight years; Mctccr throe, sellen who want nothing but gold Goro Hro's., Cayce, Ky. ST. LOUIS, cept tho Presidency of tho Knights receives a good, Common School Ky. with a servico of eight years;! for th emselyoa and silver for tho A. 15. Brovard, Jordan, o.tino, of Labor, giving for his reason that education, under such a system, that Jefferson two, with a servico of rest of n," C1HCA0TI W ho will immediately upon the expi- other vviso would havo to grow up We am offerlDe ill Kral't of !lln. Mr.llum and Fine Kiirnlluro a s"illr tfwn iiluo yens; Campbell two, with ANIVAI.t- - rotais the spring timo comos nnd WJion rrj a fnl lino at all ilmc.rt Chnlra. RooUors, TnUloa, Durooun, WnoMotninlo, years; Jessamine, Scott, Warlieu, how can you pnii nine With a prospect of the World's ration of his present term entertho in ignorar.ee. l llrfll, iazVi nll( conornllyl .. Mattroasoo, BprliiB". Eto . ml eeuara.u.e .ou ren, Nichols, Daviess, Lyon, Fair not ptyiug expense., on ac- praoticc of law. Mr. I'ovvdcrly has complain at the small amount of 0 ncoount .Don't blame the wtuthcr.l x r J t h n. ii d "VV o s t . Wnrrtrobos,theChamber 8ot, trial anil lie tnnvlni-nl-. toweii. Ole u a prlcee lo bn .Montgomery and Woodford ono count of tlie lin.meial string'10)' been tlio leader of tho Knights of tax you are asked to pay every !" aueounl all eouiiietltlen In thl are liilqiirliT on Undortokora' Cooil fff-in(1,lSo vour blood witli Plan Connectlnj? si Memphis nltli through each, witli service ranging fin in a movement is projected for ex- Labor for many years, in fact lio year when the largest half of it tine. We oarrir a largo lino nf Wxlen anil MUlilo Uunl Catea. Irilnn to all pnlnU In SarHanarilJa, nnd start your tation pmcjllrlnj and Job V.'ork a ,p:cUt. one year to nine. Intellectuality tending the time to AIIKAK8AS ANU TKXA3 include next has been the lifuof tlio organization goes into tho school fund and is ap - hver with Plantation Pills, and statesmanship and especially year, if Congress with tho rostof life anew lliero hcL-iwill pass tho nec and his retirement from tho chair tiropriatcd as nbovo stated, Kentucky intellectuality ll.ite, TlckeH, ami nil Informsillnn will tio nud (urnUheil on opplleullon lo rour near BlntesinniiBliip appear to be rath- essary legislation to that end. If causes a vacancy that will bo hard is no other Stnto in tho Union that lmliTre." "Sohl by TO BEIHTG TTOUK. el ticket ngent. er centralized, from tho showing, this cannot ho done, it is proposed to fill as ho has filled the plnco. pays as much towards tho support "TjoTgill & Cowglll, Hickman, Ky T. It. r.VNOIl, b. V. DAY, but then the same is truo of overy to ot least keep opon a year lonijor It is said that Thomas B. McQitirc, of her schools as does Kentucky, T. T. Swnyno, Au'l Oen. Paw. Az ' TralDo M'gr. Hro's., Cayco, Ivy. Into in the union old enough to tho Art Department and two or of Si. Louis, will ho a candidato and wo all feci proud of her for it. Goro for Mr. Powdorly's place. yoUlSVII.U:, KV. Murray Ledger. three others. Lave a history. A. E. Hrcvnrd Jordan. Ky. THE HICKMAN COUHIER. I,nnlfu,, Tni'li!" llcrorui Wlronjjer. m;w ischium, i.wv. Ill rC Ito.lKl.ltS. or t:ii: ii:iu. d WM samsi; :. McCoy-lIntllel- vvy pr-it- , - ! linn & Samse, Cwroccrit'M, I I j - I - tjIc ...and Fancy 'EfJi, ' KA ,C, a ran-dila- te ) 1 con-ieciuri- M. B. Shaw, and Fancy Groceries, uperln-tenJe- nl Courier-Journal- ;'M,Sr,S:;.5tapl9 ( - Ofim-mi- ni I 5S;ailSrn,Ueli wiilo-sprout- YrK -" lln ", is' c'VLsbTy .!... .i l... - 11 , v l (.. 1 Un? KAWAIi jib, , -- -- i 1 gov-bei- ug u - ii,-ii- - " i CAPITAL STOCK $30,000. DIBHOTORS. frt pre-inlui- ' - 0 . ! . r - o TllCKMAN WA(ah CO., I I -t !' 'llf rotLu0Jm?l?nl tI I Tl - CJ 1..-I- .1 -I- - T.--.. I -. ', , .i. . 1 1 1 nrr HIOEMAM WAGON. ICKMAH ilS? HIOKIvTAN, KENTUCKY. (Vjii-r- f '. '. 'w .(, . i - ,'. B- T I ri - I 1 I j - j r,MlllllMlRCl MM. Paid U Capital $40,000.00. DIEiUCTOE. - :.',:: -..-- if..n,; '.: ............. - i .... !"" .-- I - - - - . - 9 1 ' ,,, "w ,,, 1. H iftf Ai X in il M o f - iti:iuc;i':u I r katix ! TJQGEST ISfcV2L:, Phr-lns- 1 - ' AgWf2&L -l i o - d irmam&mtmte& RSFi . i.-trt- rot-rt- . complemeti-Governmen- Hoguliir Stops .l. , I I pRKsouirnoNS t R c,i:i,,,irs,ra'"r;;utf - r ., .- u. i ,,, !.--.. ;ELoofi3.er t FTJENJTUBS. Spo oialt3T TYLEB, FURNITURE. j - I JL . SCE1PJIEN8 -- TO- demo-senator- ' I'ow-derl- m TO- :: . ?Ui!13Uii ; ln?3S naensuLers Goods jiiliW 3Ecc;ssLSMi:a.iKr kslst. rrl. -- ' ',,, ii, n W. JOB WORK THE COURIER - OFFICE. t 8SLril-j3fagyy-ye- 1 ii' ttf-wk-dMtet- i-w!?- a, s.i. . - a. i "9Tf $!ihM&id'Ji& : 1 MA.. ..'. '''W(nBBMBHnvWBMHatlflnMnKiBMMaHMMaiitaaMuAMMaHiteMi I "" " ' ' "" - l?rMfiarT'lssTiBlJMgKMesMaa,anftMMaMBBtlWaTJt,MWaWW Fruit Jars Vinson's ! l!Vui E'oira Gods per dozen. Jars ! -.- m ."Brr-w-M- m wr - ,- "..f H ti2Ei 5E? COUNCIL I'ltOaiSGDINQS. Hickjias, Kr., Aug. It, 1803. Council ml In regular session. Present Mayor Oillon Counclhncn Wearn, Urjr-aHelm, Witting anJ Claywell. Tin minute of (lie lilt regalar meeting were read, approved unit signed. The following accounts were presented properly approved, which, on motion, were allowed, nud checks ordered issued for the amount) Ko a 7 Mason's Phil Jars Mason's Quart Jars Tools per doz, Half-Gallo- n 1'fllIIIlI, Tfe Alio, Succtsior l ' tajMoatoeajejmmM" ''.,'-- ' rTJ" d lobe .o Jars wrwl33r. 1. Hall-Gallo- n to Tin Quart Cans, Jolly Glasses, &c, &(.,! Jars SI. 25 doz. 1.00 loz. II. i;fingr, lo We have too many Goods on hand, and must reduce our Stock and convert it into money. During this month we offer our Street W. Cta,islx !:' Grrocer, I ENTIRE STOCK .Dry Goods, Clothing, - Buggies Saddles line (lie Harness I Shoes, Hals, Caps, JFurnishimr Goods, complete and carefully selected line of mot Millinery, &., &c. nni BUGttY HARNESS AITD SADDLES In Hickman. A No, n lull lino of Dridlei, Collar, Collar' Pude, Check Line, llroeching, Ilntnex, Traces, vc. A good set of Httgtry I Iarnc.- - $G.(X) A good Saddle 2.60 - hegardle? CUT PRICES, PCOST A Hiding llridlei Illintl Ilrttllifi Collar Tail twT.4 I f yQU want u good Muggy, ..-.-- .- hoc 60 no or. we beiorc you buy. NOTHING PUT ON I'UKMIUM CAKDS DUltING TIIS SALE! -- W Alfred, I I IAqX5&33.1. . SMITH, ELLISON The load nut of,Memphis lime Mr. James J. Gourley, (overj Tho man who never would begun into culling to the World's n., o. & stTii. it. n. work when ho had It, the man who body knows Jim), has piirolueed an in Fair. terent In the Martin, (Tctin.) Trilmn AKIltKH LKK vi r nut) M. I 10 r Ti.la Ni M, Ti.ln .A smnll frame limine, owned has all the work hn can do. The Tribune has heretofore been n IJepuh II "I i Trl No ii, I oi . It. Iin s tiy Hen ICoIIIiia, col., tho i si ii ii who lias innro propel ly lican paper, hit henceforth will champion hit inol miVfi cloe ontirrtion llli nud occupied anil money at tho pronent time the cauo ol Demorracr. W'e wish our the I.. AN al MeKentle going north, end WHS destroyed by UTC yostl'MlH success in hi had I'a local. June N tiihilr'.nonn. M V aipawuern acrom - inorninr between mid U o'clock. than he ever puoplo before are the youngoffriend new firmininhis venture G The .Maiden l)le the who life.arothu lion ging sni in. It is until that it I rain p recent lomloHt in crying hard times. Iiiolallen guln( aoulli. ly Journeyed nil the wny from A largo crowd nf Iliekman-lieA preacher at Lafayetto, Iud., aiiendeii ihe hailiecna plculoat WooMlulil;an to ropoiip on tlio about broken dland Mllla, Tenn yestcrdny It T.OCAL gi that ho heard tho govern- in reportetl to havo other day by en for the henefrt of the Catholic hurrh up hi church tho ment was laying at Now Madrid. at Union City, ami waa larjjelj 11 nitj ing in n HiTiiinn that "Moil iiiade It ofien lump" a feller hy o to tho Hinkiuaii Iiotiae the eiirth in daH anil then Ho thr members of that denomination om W,en In M,llilre he nulas aurioiinillng country. An eicoMion to get Duhnko's ITiilou City Hreml: rctcd; then ho made tuaii and Irani was run from Hickman and I mon Haw one loan does tti elaiinlu' I! loaveH for L'.'o, and 3 oicani rented again; then Ho matin wom- Cilr Keerylwdy enjoyed Iheins, le, An thr ether gsts thv Toiet. an, iiutl since Hint time neither and ihe neea.lfln wilt laniy lm. .rcfnein !,..., ...... r. , Mr. I). II. Harnett, of Keelfoot, loave for Mo. Hocelvetl dally. Ladies, don't wear jourKy., lias just re Uoil nor man has had a rest. Trim., is lu the city. a from the con- Uer an old, out by .r,.i Mutual Idle Insurance selves .Machine. running Cowoil'8 A few dnj more and nil will cell and u well , ed -- HI. tbem .r.cor henvy Call nt be well witli the country. is nriiarinc to follow, nit t otiipnuy of New i ork Is tlio olil- - Drug htoro nun get a light lrriiicrion , in Water work., iliat work, are good thinrs est, Tlio now charter clven the to hare aU.ui a town. They teat the tlio lurgent nutl best Company United States. The Company chine In the Home," tho best ma city n ribt tn enlarge itfielf. market. pump Mil wludlas. all lo pieces. j 0VT illSUrillC nullt0 .MOSO IJUCnaiinil, a yoting eolAll tlmi.!inilliliil.. fnp Rourn ' lifi n nnllr-- nmniirlMliii' iiilvniitnfns toT Clnrkn at Buck liron from oreil lllllll this clt.V, was found U 10 Kniitiitii-Too tij. Now stock. .irr.il tlio PntmllalH. nni or iH.for.. i IIW.-i- l Krir full in. Mnn.l ... iiiuof tVHUn. ......... imi.. .!. i.jlllir, iHU ill Graves ns well as in Hickman formation about thCso policies, i.i ... , tl.n .1 iii -- The City C.intiell of Kulton liver above town, Tuestlay cten-inPullon, have declared for call on li. H. Pl.LiHON. ngont. has RialI ealuua lic.uie at $I.(KH) per and last. Ho was employed Jii.lgo Lindsay for tho United annum. Mr8. Win. Hutts, of Hickman teamster, nnd wns engaged iim in -- Messrs, Swayno Huberts, nutl atates henato. county undertook to burn the hauling brush to the government Dillon relumed Sunday from If high prices is an Indication untes out of her lion house with barges. About noon on I'iipmIiiv i no rcsuu nem straw-- , oi goon which, tusi nines must no irua inr i,n .miiiiii nmcil nf fno In iV:,.ii good. Plour is nbout tlio only greater than she oxpeoteil. Sim 1Mi retired to the camp. W lion Mr. J.T. Harnett, of the bnined the mites, but with these tho crew returned to camp at bur, was in tho city tins thing a poor man can roncli. Kuch peats went tlio luxuries as fruits, b.ioon, etc., nro hen bonne, smoke n8,t they found him lni" on his week, liouso. dwelling nnd grnlnery. frtC0 ,(,,), it Is BiipposeiUieilied entirely too high for him. . cur Co to J. W. Strnughnn's for -Inco Mrn., w,a Imvlne o fit. n lio Iiiib i.een Ieav5-The branch ponltoj.tiarv nt ?,,,.. Ic?HH n l mid Hats, Pishing Tack- E.ldyiiilojfsierd.rreeci'e.1 iw "blow, mid the properl.v 8i,jp,,t to them for venrn. Mono J.lm J.nf..' le, Ac l:'Jl wliowatiraii.ferre.lfrnmr'raiikfrol prison, ""opt nway tiy nro COUlpriHCll WiS a good, quiet boy, nnd well In ennieienee of f lileot threats made by nearly nil her catate. liked by every one who knew him. There will lio n grand Block hecsine be bad lurne inexhibit nt Columbus suinu tliuu in oilier prisoners d.srcral. mnvicls a fa former on earn Heplcmtier. Itiillroiul Time Table. I N 11 gSSSSSSS.SSSaSSSS' i.otu Forty-olne i.DHi- - iiiutniCHS. Aelilnni) atrccl lo tho eoutli aiile nf Vine alreel; thence wclcil with die eonih tiJe nf Vino (treat lo ilio ol ai'le of Wa.li Ington eireel; llienee nortlierljr with the treat aMc of Washington eireel o the touth al'le of Marr ulreetj thence enter); tn Ihe bej;iiinln," was real am In first resiling Sshl onlinnnco nss nrdere piibllrlielt an I nfterwirtls lo lake Ilia chimb as illrccteJ In sections 6 and 0. Art II of the Act fur the eortrument of CilliW the Fifth CU On tnollnn. the Major npoolnteit Cilr Judie A. 1). Kingman, City Attorney A. W. Unduly, ami Co'inellman Ilrjnot o committee lo formulnle and rteise the ireenl city ordinancea ao ns to conform lo I lie new ('onailtuilon and Charter for Cities of Ihe Fifth Class. On motion, t lie a committee areiiiructed lo liae a liyJranl put in tome ullahle tdceiu Ihecily for nubllodriuk. inc puriioien. Mr. 1l,n jitngwond mi U n prop'oaltion 55 lo the Council lo fitrifeli filly corJa of Ifji cood, Lard irood, cut from green limber. lIS and drlirerrd on Ihe yunl o'f the Water- worka pistil In such iiuinlillea and al such s lime as may !u designated by tho minnriUee, at jl.Tu per cord. On motion, the proportion of Mr. l waa accepted. On motion, council adjourned, roll from 1st lo Olli Inst $77 70 A full line of OPTICAL GOODS. watkk and ii, remit: i.tutiTs. Rf pair'g Fino Watches a Specialty Dick Wourr, hauling eitgitio, 1300 4&-t'owglll & Ciwgll, for aunilr!.-- , l"iW Work (Jnarnntced, nnd (looiln Onnr An nnllntnos propoitng to nnne lo the cltjr ihe terriinry oiijoinlnp West lllck. indeed as JieproBciiti'd. Lnnger's Old Btninl, Clinton Street. rutin, "beginning at n etnko at the ou'li-e- jl a tfJKK-STJJIftHTTO JtL. rnrnrr of the imer,ecllon of ,lrr rjrjHKK.A.:SCi3 ini Aslil a ml streets) lliTie rnnnins oiilhrrly with the out Ixmnihrj linn of py nrn city twtrosrs, Hooks, iStationery," &c. inil THE OLD EILIABL1. CHA. A. HOL0OMBE, i 1 J Dealer lu PAI11I8 AfiD DYE-STUFF- DRMEMCiNSS, IIICKSIAN, ICY. PRESORIPTION'S OAREFULLV COMPOUNDED. Medical Watcr-work- Registration Law. nJ Writer-work- Itlng-woo- ! 1 A. s NKWS. , ai'-- n My-d- I . Ilan-Hvilte- , water-wnil- ttr M . I ,a - i run-Ne- j U.jr t0 - - last week for the first time sinco separating 111 j ears ngo. Vincent is non-- 08 mid John 00 yenrs old, and both have Urge families. Life, colleagues cheerfully complied with ilifs law and carried it out lo the letter. Under Iliat law Ibere hta been forly-alALFUKU .MaDANlEL. men registered and one rejected. Ibere baa only been Ibree tiolatlona of the law, The man wlio does nil of his ao far aq I know, all of which hare been tmiliuir ut home is tliu citizen of prontptty proccti'ei and n leijualely pon. isbed by our county authorities. A iJ,nrv;i the most value to a town. A day of Conpiu Espi.u&Csi one, hundred, Tciil tho war h..ii urtftetl Hie i'aborer who spends one dollar n of "Hut," certificate! "there wereunder the illegal made out Sandy vnlley ami have lived old law " We certaiulv laws now xr.. . ....,,. J . II i.i.i.. IVear, bllt vll0 8)0llds it Willi Olir in force lo puni.h men for have nets. ,....,....---...$240,000,000.00. kill ...II I.T. .. JIHI1I.I1III illegal lllllll '25 miles of each other siueo. Iio- - "time merchants is of a deal more Another reason given me for the necescen tiy John learned of the pros-- ' worth to the business of a town sity of a new law ana carelessness lu the OTFICK OVE1T IIICK3IAN BAIXIT, ' enee of n Vincent Hnle nud wrotoi than the millionaire whose wealth office of the llosrJ of Health, under tbe old law, I do nol know dial there la auy r i. him with tliM result tlmt they met i,uiuin :.. iiiu n:ii., ni ii. ill in ui iiiu ljuum i iiiu thing in the new lo prcicnt ti3b care HICKMAN, KENTUCKY the best Plonr salo only by 3 and John lilo left the parental roof in Giles county, Vn., goini; west nud smith, Vincent spout tlio gold season tb California, later going to West Virginia nutl taking up a miner's lifo lb the Kanawha coal tieldd. Of Jnn.li less Is known. During the wnf Vincent was in lie union Ann?, wliilo John went into ii.eouieueraie ranks. lSptli jenrs ago Vincent Allot, W. L. McCuTCiim, Clly Clerk. Will buy "AlftKITfCVrOlt," In Hickman. For llicHMAif.lTv.Jtag. 1 4, 1813. To lehom it MylQfffi$C'rt$qk It) answer to many inquiries) a to my opinion of the new Mcdlcnt Itegialrtelon Law, anil my reasons for refuslnj lo tut as County Ileferee, 1 will say that while I have not seen a copy of the law, from what 1 base gathered nn Ihe auhject, llie new it not one whit heller Iban ihe old. It has only been fits years alnce the rued-eprofession nf Kentucky was csllrd on lo register their diplomas or ettcb other eild'tico of qmlificitioti lli.V they pis that hey night legally prnellca heir profession In the Slate. My couiiiy plcnamit to tn'no iuhI tiurm.eaa, C'lilldrvn Illto It. fSitaruntcca ta cure CIiKIa nnd Fever. Lurgv " C. C. C. CVrlntn oO ClilU fTriro" U bottle ccttu, , For aile by C. A. Uoicovnr, Prnjclsf. I. S E D SftslrSftSjaljkJtii Rrt. I TfriMcrnn (Sorrrasora la tWno eeil, INSTJEANCEl Pire, Accident, Tornado, &c. x ..... ,: nj Li-.i- li i..., :u,-:i- a s Chi-rag- - o ' I Hiise-bal- ; . I win givo you in per uliir health resort. cent, iliseotiut from catnlogiio .c. Dr. Davidson, Will Htllsnn prices on Watches, Jewelry, HllfiK Hkoh, mid Haiii Kirkpatrick left Smnliiy the Old Jtelmblc. :'20 last for tho World's Pair. Tlio cool nights which hnvo Qusrnntlno has been declared ng.diikt Pensneola, Pin.' liy neatly priHiiiled of Into havo been moro every other southern city. than welcome. It is to bo hoped they will continue, givo A good and that liiimniiilyn chntico and catch tired to tain ust now would bo it highly npprcciutcd up with tho sloop it has lost dur. iug tho heatetl term. blessing. It Is early jet to begin The City Council has nuuexod wagoriug too tlio on November elecn rorlb'n of l.nd ailjnlninr W'e.i lllek liisn, Ihe he ii ti lte nf olneli rtn eeen tion or getting hot in the collar it reading the orJIoanre published in over who's to win. If you w.ut till. ssii. Inter you may not bet, and it will - I will sell Jinx Paper st cost ' ,, i'ou'll not feel your lor the next GOiIajs, in older (o warmth so much leiluen stock. Tho Council 'at its regular 4'J1 J. W. Stuauoiian. mooting Montlay night appointed Mr. nnd Mrs. II, Huuhnnmi Judge A. I). 'Kingman, A. W. hnvo returned from an extended Lindsay mid D. H. l!r ant, n committee to roirso mid tlra ft ordinan, vir.lt to the World's Pair nnd ce of tho oity so its to comply New York. witli tho new charter. Her. W. O. Waters Is nbsont Wr Catalogue prices on Wate.li this week from the cil.v. nssisting anT gullv-wiiHliiu- K. J. nro visiting nud family (JIIihou Wells, a pop, V. Mayes lays ago an I had piesentr-- ihelr wflllaaa lured idol to cscmh-- . MsvlirlJ Mirror u ii The Cash Shoe Store. TO Nothing r&i VMfZrQ ed I Another reason glien for charging Ihe phyeiciine $2 00, over and abote forward ing their tliplomis and recording their certificates, ia that Illinol cb.irgea her Krailuatea So 00, an I her How tn furp liulrrn lufHlllilfil. V!0 00 T!.l llliaoia may do, but aa to I'OI.N T8VII.tR, IIimiMlTol Co , H. J, how thai ayalem of taxation on her proJuly 17, 18M.1. l.ir baby, nw fourteen fessional men la lo benefit tbe "dear peomonths old; ms liken with cte'r ermp- ple," so pathetlcilly spoken of by tbe adI eoii.meneein toni of rholen vocates of ibis la, I am utterly unable usine ChnmberlaiD . ('..lie. Cholera and lo understand. The lax can certainly odd Diarrhoea Heme ly and afier the fliat few nothing lo the applicant's knowledge, ilones he was rel .sel nnd oi tins writing ability or inlegrby. ia as well a etrr Ifiel that I cannot lorn unable to ree what eapecia) good peak loo blihlr m it. praiec Maa. W, it will Jo to time reoord kept at HowlE. IUi.d. Tor sale by T. T. BWAVNK, ing Green at an euro. eieiieo to ihe phyUruggiit. sicians of this county of $92.00, or to the Slate, uvera-jin- g by our Pure Ico Cream, Shcrbert, and SlO.iMS, when all tbe recordslittle county, The fnni' v man of tho Knox-vill- o must be kept Frozen Cnstnrd. Wo will 1111 in the counties and all violations proseTiibniieceisofl'the following orders at any timo on rensouabln cuted by c Jicr and from the counmid dill holds Ins job: 'A lending Ibecouniy referees do iv'l bus.inrRg- in. iieTIH'nl Hint- ........ notice and deliver. Also, will ty record rliiln - i ..... a. the work for notHns- - ft costa the physiin nud there mny fail. servo .... Mrs. Holm's yard l.. on cians of hnlnrkj"'Ljei $10,000. ri... ,,e8,'" ,"'" i , ' Tbe above are some of the bad features the jrivrr banks nro standing i vo o'clock. n of Hill law c( lobpiily, nnd my solid! anil their coutciilis conreaaous lor Having tioitiins to uo wim it, 1IKH. H.lS.IIK AlVfJUU, RtHiiilj pass current undlstui liALEX- A. FARIS. Jliis. Axnic Hi:lm. U- under-sraltial- merchants, whoso cut prices of :t few article;? in the daily papers, le.ivo an impression of cheap prices, when the fact is, our homo merchants, if given the chanco, would duplicate their prices all around. This is nNo true ol n printing office. Tho merchant who gives his job work to a traveling printer on account ofcut prices does not practice what lie preaches. He forgets that every one, from tho editor to the devil, spend their earnings with the home merchants. Greenville Echo. lesanre. HICKMAN H0TELf RSSTAURANT, LUNCH COUNTSR, Cotmler open day sinl nigtit. .Meals a all hour. Hoard and Lodging S3.00 per week. Day board 50 per week. Altai 25 cents, bodging 5 cent. EUOlSE llATT Manager. j-- DR. L. P. BALT2ER, PHYSICIAN niCKMAN. .'. AND SURGEON, - KESTtKT. " -- ri., 'y " Offers his profeaalonal nerviest lo Ihe peo pie of llickmun nud vicinity. Office, eor of Jaokaon and Kentucky Sfiv still-bor- -- V JUST BET in our Stool; (no old jooiU) but tsliop- - is to be found worn groutiil-Muukiii- HEIOFRESI nought ' B Ik- - m )0r WITH the CASH and sold FOR tho CASH, nt prices that meet ANY anil ALL competition. 1 The Cash Shoe Store. SANDERS Pulton Pultonian: waves. If they can pool, rater their stoclj and pass over the llnmieial Biioae turn n noon or prosperity. This fame biifluess man snys thnt if tltt river banks fail their unmo is mid nud that it will be slippery time! unless we can biidge over until tho tide turns toward tho higlitrater mark of ptospenty. In aial for til nnniilina f 1. State there nro ladv eand.dates! for Siiperliiti-nilcti- t of Public Sehno's. This ia one olTlee to which there Is no legal opposition to t lie m. So far ns our informn-- . tion (jnes, tlioA make ncceitable One thing is trne each nnd every county onglil to hnvo this important office filled by a man or woman whoso nee-essnn panicky - Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, sr.hnlar'hip nud efficiency nro lib-era- llnf-falo- & RICE. ) best. County ought to receive n l siUry, and shoitbl then earn oven cent ol It. hilucntlonnl tho very Stiperin-tendentf- Oourint. Clollilng bis V r " of Hoptombor. Stnlo Treasurer Halo has that it will not bo necessary to suspend payment in order to protect tho school fund. flood weather for fishing nnd fighting iiiosqulttiM. Lots ol fob lows nro doing the llrst, protty innoli ovcryboily tho last. - Farmers nnd inaehino men will find tho best ijunllty of Lit- bricating Oils, for mowers, thresh. crs, engines, &c. chenp, nt 1st e- Clieiu is under construction, mid will bo open for publio travel by ing near Pullon. fore buying elsowhero. The britlgo across Hnyou iio 1:21 J. W. HTKAitillAN's. lite friend, brother in u protracted meet- os nnd Jewelry. Call mid oxnmiuo my stock nnd get my puces be- Nrtlr--a A Our old nnd Mr. is liiclilv-eslceiiici- l lenii il Ihe lo Kentucky, we are informed are not always made In Ihe interest nf relatives, but that he lint his rye on one or more widowe of that nelgliboiliood flailing remises In and around Mill Creek neif bbcrhon I lbs vidla , Ii L. iloherls, ..f Sharun, h Is ends n bill fuel. year. When a secon ll bill IB BOIlt, Ullll IbnrM-- "no resp nnan t.v mnun I. 11 ...inu l..i cd that tho subscriber nmrtri is tlend. nnd publishes mi "obituary notice" An editor out west, who sends paperout I.... 1 tmm''" O. in his fi u wliilo. inlssinnor ofagrloulturo nt Prank, fort is not very encouraging. I'.vorytiiing has sutlorotl from tho dt ought. Thousands of men throughout tho country nrn in enforced and thniisauilH moro may Stales during the past week have been mwoII the iillo ranks. What is to notable, nol only for tho number of new iiusineM enterprises, nut alao lor Improve beeoino of thoiiif ........ iu .,i,,,ri. inn niner luanta a nilv Tlio nioiioy to bo paid out by MBrmVl.hiei,1 wo'uiTnoM1 d,llV Kontuok.y during tho scholastlo d except to meet the ilemanda of Increli yoar for publio education will, it eilbuaineea. is snld, nmount to somntliing over Tlio locnl business In Ilickmnn $2,000,001). bns boon nbout ns good ns tho Tlio City Counnil did n gnnd average year, and tins you will lliinu Monday night when they Instructed find to bo true by talking t0 the tho committee lo put In a No bus- drlnklnjj fouiitain nt some coiiTcnieut average business mnn, mess lalluros so Tar. Tlio low pUcs lu Hie city, whero people can prlco of wheat Is tho only roal get a drluk ol cool Hater. WT Wlion tlio wntor works nrn uiu. ujiuii hum locality. in operation ovorybody should .1 tako n bath. Cowgill Cowglll With oycry casli purchaso or TiO keep nice Soaps, Sponges, Tollot cents in Snliuol Supplies, Slates, Waters, besides a full lino of Sponges, Pencils or Kraiers ut mid OiIoih, D. 13. Wilson & Co. Homo pooplo havo mi Idea Amuno Hie several bnii.lred Congrosa. that n newspaper is published for men interviewed thla weak as to how they fun. Tho way to ascertain oxnot-l- would vote on Ilia iiiesion of the Sherman how tn null fun thorn In in pub. law, ItepaaentatlVH W. J. Slnne said. 'l fnvar of the Uniting oiio Is to try tho thing for inn in but wiiul a repeal of the Sherman law; .ubmltliU equally idle-nesWater-wor- T. T. SWAVNK'8. The monthly crop of tlio coin. column. Wr SIoGinty never wont to tho bottom of tho well, ns repdrtod. Ho only stooped down to Cnw gill's Drug Storo and got bottom prices on mints, Oils, Glass, elc They keep n full lino nf huuIi gomis. HeportB from tho Soiithorn ' I i:f.si:t lix-trac- y 1 vurabU lo sllvt-r.- f.. Ii'a man wishes to be reminded of all the meanness he has been guilt) of in his past life, nnd of a gootVdeal more of which lie was Some tuf When you stnnd out to look posed tn of tho papersv. aro dis entircy innocent, let him run lor censure Ho Irl H. ,0 doctric lights yoii will catch Hicks lipcatiso tho wenthor Inst ofliceor try to marrv into a '', "" l,? V flHy Eitlter venture so warm us ho am week wns not "' "'v.." Prof. Hicks did not say will f jot him all over. Either ven"l.il UIISII.I, ut OUI1IU UillUI positively that it would bo the ture kiill spot him all over lihe n good cough medicine. "hottest of the season." Ha Bald leper A'itlt real or imputed sins. Ml88 MAUKI.1NR l'OI.LAItr) Tho hardwnro storo of li. W. it would probably bo tho hottest Jlfuuli tea is supposed to ho very filed suit In the Supremo Court ot Avov, nt Coin 01 bus, was robbed of tho season. eflicaehtiH ia developing small-po- x the District of Columbia Saturday Monday night last by what me EkS-T-ho last LeglnlHluro provid- - and n aisles, but avowed candidacy for 50,000 for breach of promise supposed to bo regular river pi . fail ffils flirt unln nr "',' ",u "' Wnhnnl.ltniiL. lit lor oil cc or matrimony double ttis- - against Congrcbsuimi W. C. P. rates, iiio loss is cstimuteil t l,"""'."v""" VJ " pcll0",irs al '011 'H " bringing things to the Breckinridge. J"0. 'r,lstC08 J Tim booty was principally I guns, silverware nud small ware. 'l"8hers 'prices. Tho Scholars, MirfafcEx. d l'"tees can get , Arownad of $100 is offered for ,,,ro"8 P.iin in Stomach nutl Dowels, comes irom samo theso...,..., , Publishers' prices on ...,, ,7 tlio uiitai 111 1110 tiitoies. , ICiiiisiim. In common Purging, Cramps, Summer Com .1..... ir .i., II llll'.l witli tlio llll .31:1111111 IIIIII..N Tlio now school law which rest of tho country, the plaint mid other diseases of tho bring tho miglily cash to peopieol this town have been fool- Stomach and Bowels cannot exist lias recently been promulgated I), li. Wilson &CoV. U ing tlieniuult of hard times. They when Plantation Diarrhoea Mixmakes it tho duly nf tlio eouuty Last week n desperate plot iiieiuioro iietorinmeil to ccono ture is used. It'sgtiHrantoed. Sold attoruey to nthiso the enuucil I in un inn riutnit.ii il.r. ..Pn..a Ol n lllllll inr ill pirn vln H til CKCUDO II se.f T in fnirn la nnf rnrv urnn liv I iHVn .N: t;nVl'll . till K llll II 1VV T. T. Swayne. itrlcts I" tl' county on nil legal from tlio penitentiary at Prank but lt;lma sovon settled ministets 1,,'tlons nutl to attend to all fort was revoalod lo the warden1 mho it Ims determined Hint ono Ooro Pro's., Cayce, Ky. Ky. suits bioiieht bv school districts by n prisonor wlio bad boon in- will stiftlcc until bettor tiincs come. ' A. i. Hrovnrd. Jordan, Inlti ti. ....Utll.,. Tim "- n 11 Fnl. miiij ...I.A.. a.. .1... ..n, - ..v for tlio collection of taxes or oth film! tfk' J"ii h.u ..lit..., . w.u iiiitnil till IIIU IJUIIB cmisplraturs had secured dyna tion which of tho sovon should bo er business, mlte, pistols antl retained. Tho poll showod n plur Tho IIopkliiHvillo Kentiiokian expected to and cartridges, lib lallty mnko a dash for of votes for tho Methodist says that millions of grasshop- erty at tho Council earliest practicable minister, nnd therefore tho other The City uritii Hiof the City r Iliebuan, Ky., do foitoiei, pers of the most destructive varb moment. six were discharged. It ...is pro- oly, havo miulo their luipearanco I"'- - 1"" I'oruon oi nnu ijing nnsml !.... .i i. . ..,..... I.. jMiimnp, A dispatch from Pulton, pub ' con,guoua lo and adjoining West Hiok- i'ih ut-- unman! in snuio portions of South Chris-- t lislied hi tho P.iducah News, says espoolally tllOSO suffering from ,an, Ky.. and bounded as follow, i ii ii and nro destroying tho crops nt drritltll, Hhall ntlnpt tllO SatllO plan,1 llegiuning at a stake at tbe aouth-eaa- t ' it fearful rate. Large fields of com that two surrey loads of people and saved eorner of tho interjection of Marr uml tho attacked anil the blades stripped came to that town from Union Shall that oivmi money thus This is1 A!'n'l 'reels; ihence runmngeoiilherly bo tins ncedv entirely of the fodder nud thou tho City, last Sunday, intent upon opraoiionl the east boundary line of Ashland. i vin movoincnt iin tho ilireu "bh , ,,, ,i,,B .ire.i-ear is sot upon. Clover fields taking in tho town, mid were not tion or will) tbe aoulli able of Oliristloii unity that will iheure havo suffered greatly by their ntv long in getting into n dillleulh. hardly- bo pleasing to the discharg- Vina street to the well nidi) of Washing ages, nlso. Already they havo Ono yoiiug man named Wiggins ed clergymen, howover strong ton alreel; thence northerly wilb Iho west got into trouble nt Piieo's li cry damaged tho growing crops of may bo their theoretical belief in aide of Wellington alreel to the south aide of Marr street! thence easterly lo the grain nud grasses to tho extent stablo nud shot twice ut tho pro- Christian unity. beginning, be annoicd to the city, of several hundred dollars nutl It prietor, who wns only a few steps ee. 'Jnd. This ordluanoe shall take ef TilocsAKlit of ereona camplnjf alonx vrould seem that they hud Just away from him. Doth shots misssouthern hunler of Katisna walllnir fect from and after it publication, as pro After un exciting chase '"O Ihe coiiiuiencod their work iu good ed. for l I'd for by the Charier or Cltlea of Ihe opening of ih Ckerckee itrin arc Wiggins was jailed. . earnest. tim l. u uvsuiulv CltCUiUSlancea. j ruin v,iau. er Oeorge does not eider Ihe .Senatorial con.1 test, and many of his friends are of Ihe j., Kontoinlinr Willi mi ..!.! opinion liu will not, Pick Tyler will base ,. ,, ....,. llf. t..lnimP ... . ilnPn IIU ,.,.V...U ine iiciu to uimseii tuisia nuining nut every child in tho district should right and fair. I'ullon county has had but one Senator .lnce ilia war, an I her bo given n full course of instruct largo Democrallo majority certainly do ions in that school. Huy property eoreea occasional rrcognillon. (irasc now; coino to town mid educate and Iliekman alintihl bo neighborly and your children. ua have a walk-orlet this time. If Henry graded freo Tho Hiekninn school Will Opoil on tllO first Mon ,!. (,! MIcliiiiHn, Kciilncliy, and vieinn v Liberal oomniissinns paid, and we fiirnhah (lie be. I nnd moat complete oHiliicser protiiled hy anv house. Wrllo ouce for terms. Send reference. , ! ceil I XVnnleil for A Ilimw-sj- Tbiladelphia, Ta. " ujs,'ui ""' f V'"P, pro-diete- With the "pTSTTlTr Send two cents in pottage vnrable ctrcutnstances ATTOHNEY-AT-LAVJ-coining of another year eonfidonco ,0 p. B tUes, Ocn'l North will bo restored, money will bo, em Passenger Agent ILLINOIS CENTRAL ITlOICSIAX, Kkstcckt. t UA1I.R0A0, 101 Clark Street. Cbicajo, moro plentiful and pooplo who III., for a free copy of a Mrge, colored now afford a trip to tho big resumed ihe pr.iriree of lave, view of tbe World s Fair and fair will bo able tn seo the show.! viciuily. It is mounted on rollers for HAVING blii prompt and andivideti To begin with, six months wns too banging up. an will he found of value as attention to business entrnste die his care. short a period for an exposition a souvenir, aad for refereuce. of its magnitude nnd it should B. hnvo been kept going for one STRAYED OR STOLEN! year at leas' Tho dealro that It shall be continued in 3891 is Office over Iliekman Hani;. general mid the managers will probably find it to their interest HICKMAN. KY. or Stolen, from the undersigned, not to closo down nt tlio expira- In Strayed ln,inlv Pllltnn I... n.. rr ohnul Vlnn. Wiir a'lend promptly t all bnsinew fn tion nf tho nllottod six mouths. day, July '.'lib, ISm'a LIGHT sUltltKI. tripled ki mclill-'Olo caro. Padiicali News. MAItG, nbout 0 years old, having heavy all, light mane anil fnretop, has split in Hnbortson Advnnec: Few right ear nbout inches A. W. LINDSAY, know-- that tlio Kentucky long; blaok feet and legs lo knees; bns during its leceut session, or splint knots on bnib fore legs Any in1 1 o n. o y-- a t-- Ii "w, rattier recently adjourned session, formation tbnt will leal to f'e reenverv cf IIIOK.MAN, KY. bill whiuli was approved said mure will be liberal'! rewarded. pasted n Address, MBS. 2UNC. ROLLINS. mid is now n law, nutl which proIliekman. Ky. Office wlib n S. Mnrrell. ;I5 vides for tlio teaching of temper nuco mitl temperance idens in tho Oh, my poor baok I What pain common suhools of the State. The No excuse for it Plantation Antl COAL! enactment of the law whs tho re- Pain Poms Plaster with capsicum sult nf efforts on tho part of tho will euro it. Sold nud guaranteed , l'ITT3DUKO, Mil Women's Temperance Uuiou of satisfactory by America. EURRIC.t, Cowgill .M Cowgill, Iliekman, Ky Physicians now doubt whether ILLINOIS LUMP, " ,' T.T. Swnyi tho rccout deaths at Pousucolu amrASTHRAClTB,' Ccp, Ky. Gore Uro'a., wero yellow fever. A. 13. Pro vnrd Jordan, Ky. In any niantlltea JealreiL enn-nobird'a-ey1 Thcro is n proposition now mado to keeji tho World's Fair open in 1S91 aad tho idoa is a good one. No doubt the project would pay nutl it is hoped that tho big show may be continued. Tlio nt tendance this year on account of tlio prevailing financial stringency will not bo nenr so large as it would have been under more fa PHYSICIAN AND SUHGEOrV, Hoi. Jamks U. McCr.c.av h.u unnounc-ei- l that ,e is not a eandidiio for tbe United Stales Senate lo succeed JiHge HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, a I.lndsar. And Ibis announcement wilb it Ilia taoit ann4hncement that be will be a candidate to ui(.ee 1 Joe KesiJeneean I oHiie adjoining Judge Kfrrp;. man a office. S2J 02 IliackVurn. rar-rie- View of (he World's Fair, O. L. HANDLE T. DAVIS, Liberal Reward! Attorney at Lr w poo-bl- e e Louis-latur- A r a b 1 iAL! (Ml Ml 111 -i- I. THE KBITH Chloride of Gold AT ro" : SAI.B BY 1 '.."' I Institute. PARIS & PARKER, HICKMAN, LOCAIJ.D ; : : KENTUCKY Pulton, Kentucky. Absolute Cure fjrfronkennes, Tobacco, Morphine and Jlndred HablU. v v. AO HI. T. I). HRYAX, Mauager. -tf rjickman RJarble Works, KY. 1IICKMAK, D B. C. EA?.IAGE, Italian and American I ALE a IS - '"'i An Ordinance. la-v- STONES. CYPRESS BOARDS, FENCE POSTS, in stock, a flnt lot of HAVING Italian Marble, I an pre0B,I for sale at my Constantly on lo 1111 all order. Call and txaiain home haf wiv fneett mouth ol Mud pared my work. Creek and miiI Orders from tbe country promptly L. M IIOYLU. lied. SHIKCrLES, bl monumknts. tomb and oravk MahriiS -tf ri .... .., o... ..... i.nr.. Tlireah.r IU, rflmiil.i. Knglne, consisting of .cparator, lleeies filraw Stacker, Cook Will sell all Wagon, Stove am) Kixlursa. on easy term l'dl and see mo it you Am oiug lo sell. waul a lUrgaio J. YV.MAYKIBLI'. Cayce, Ky. 0-- A. P. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker IIICK.MAN, KENTUCKY. )o( MK A TRIAL when yon wani Ut.ickatiiithin done, or repair o Wiigonn, &c. Horseshoeing a apecially. 1 bNo keep a full line of Common, HoscwiioJ, and S'olld Illack wliioli can I lint L'ollina and - DiTsTK. DAVIDSON, lOexa-tiis-t- , HICK MAS, Druu Undertaker's Ce, notice, Goodc. a KI3NTUOKY !i i.i..i.. Ofilce over Cowgill & CowgilPa up on sliort rricc. (live anl o-. Store. mu'J5 me a call. XriV Rbep nenr tbe Jill. Mtl rvanaUi VI i J- - r.A yanaxsaatej.1 - niajaaasaam f vr- ' - - . . (ft&Z .1) .i,Jl4 t V f -- r.r"saw- ? -- t i '' ASPECTS DREAD MAKING. i i r '. . INDIAN Ct SEAL-HUNTER- DISTRESSED PROTECTIONISTS. MrKlnley'n Qnnrk flemr.l; f """ ln,n rial tllinr.lrr. Onoof tho most nmuslnp ns well as hlgnlllcnnt features of the Siting conditions which have result '" tlu' M""lon of eoninir of nn gross Is tlionttemptof thepf"teetl'lt to tttillro thei n for the intimlil:ilin 01 the tarilt reformers. Krpublican organs for the Inst'fow woo. have been the gen fmntlrnlK- eral depression is dim to the f'ar of tariff revision, nnd have with the utmost equanimity been aurlng the president that nil that is necessary to restore confidence ami "pxd times" is for him to declare uiic)TOCn"J' "nt the present tariff shall not t ,,lv extr.-innllnnr- SOME SANITARY THEOPERATiON OF PROTECTION That Helps tlie lllrli and tlie loor. At this juncture up pops the ancient protectionist with his claim that under must thero bo, mitigation of tho tariff. Hayne, of PennsyA Wyntein or tti Nprar anil (inn lu CHiturln tlio Slrrk t'oatr.l tlrtlllM. nli ltay Unlike tlio whito men, the (Wnsh.) Indians take most of thuli Real with the anonr. l.onff practice mitkra them prollclcnt In Us use, nnil unlucky Is tho mmiI thnt pops Its hcail nbovo tho Mirfncc within a radius ol ten yards from their canoes. They arc as skillful ln.thc inanapeinent of thcli frail canoes as a Sioux warrior Is of lili nimble xony. In their chase they use the native dugout, hown lodlly from some cedar tree. It it light and fragile, nnd rides tho swells oil the coast with the buoyancy of cork. There nro two men sent adrift In every canoe. With a long line attached e the marksman lint to his his weather eye out for his victim. 'With unerring aim he sends his dart through the seal nnd with his line draws It Into the boat, where It la clubbed to death. They mako use of the gun, but are not In love with It, Their chase seldom leads them beyond fifty or sixty miles to sea ward, and they nro thus enabled to run in nnd out nt spear-handlsleek-coated double-barrelled nr...lnl,l'ht gales. Sometimes they will follow the scnl a long way north nnd generally return well paid. Their rango north and south as n general rule is confined within the limits of Capo Disappointment on the north nnd (iray's Harbor their pleasure and avoid the heavy ,i en the south. Of the four hundred men and youtlit on the reservation these may le dfVlded Into three classes, farmers. There are some who never go out on the chase, biut stay at home and grow a lew vegetables, fruit, grass, etc; while others angle tor the salmon that are almost con Itantly to bo fojitid in the water nnd spin nlioiit Cnpo Pint which tery promontory. A steam sthooner call at regular interval nud carrlet away the fruits of their trolling lines. Seattle Telegraph. s, fisher-rasnnn- Chrap Fit nrlon to ttio Wftt. y exceptionally favorable opportunity und most prmlucitie for vIMtlnir the richest sections of the west nnd norlUwot ivtfl tie Corded by the serifs of low riito ine-exclusions which have been MrraaRi""! liy the North Western Line Tukctaf'"- ' Sep. excursions will be sold on Auifu"' tcmber ISth and October lOlh.lSttl. t ixiints Minnesota. In Northwestern lon, Wrstrrn North Dakota, Houlh Dakota, Manilout. Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming and Utah, and will ha KOod for p.isce ivillim twenty days from dale of sale Hlopoer on gmiiK trip i" privileges will be allowed territory to which tha ticket, sro .old tut further information tail on or uddirss s Ticket Agents of connecting lltirs ("iroi-larchin rates and detailed information will he mailed free, uoon tppjicatlon to W A. Thrall, Orneral l'lisseitfcer ami Ticket North Western Railway, Agent, Chicago An t ''. Chicago. CniltLKT -- "So. Jim, you nro extravagant ruougn to pay twenty miliars u dureii fur Tour handkei chiefs. Don't tou think that was a pood dal of money to blow lul" Columbia r3ectator. Arouurd nnd ltritulatrd By that purest ami best of botanic alteratives, liostcttcr's Stomach Bitters, h renews its secretive action and Impels tho bile Into tho proper chuiWls This welcome chanse Is nccnnipilslied by a disappearance of tlio yellow tine of tlie skin and eyeballs, uiicastnrss In the nigM side, constinatton, inormtig nuiisca, tin? of tho tongue, nun ncss, furred appe.irnm-sournesa of the brcmti, which ncroiipn liver trouble. Rheumatism, dyspepta. m.i larla and kidney complaint are removed bj tho Bitters. 'Jonv, what a lovely place! If wo could only tnnuago to rulso tlio rent." Jlr. Hun tcr Howes "Oh, 1'vo no doubt tho landlord would see to that lu ucouplo of months.'' Brooklyn Life. I r.ow.Hstr Ilarvrat Kirnrilon Via tho Mjsaouil I'.uifle R.u'h.ii and Irot. ember II Mountain Route, August IS. r.,eiopriiiri al and October in points in tho West and Koniliucut u' .s Tiue'jiliis tli, liniiuM to the hre forlima nnt'M dale of mil for riliirn r fmin tiifiirinalion.ilen-rlpllvepiiiipliI'or furtlicr stales lots nndiiup fiifiters i.f tho address H C, H-lui-nliiiff-re- iit I tlov. McKlnley, who nrrtr rises above the source of tho customary republican current, bo its course hnt It may, takes up this idea in a itccnt speech nnd repeats It with hlj usial tmetious solemnity. After draw ln;n harrowing picture of tho condition oltlie country, "let mo tell what would to the eure," he adds: "An nuthorltatlf declaration of congress when it meet approved by tho president, thnt thf threatened changes will not take plv, that they did not mean it, or, ifftey meant it, they have discovered thcywrcrc wrong. If they will do that tk fears of the business world will It quieted nnd business will resume its sormnl condition." The protccttoiilstsnro evidently In the last ditch. All other men" to stay the tldo of tariff reform hnvic? failed, they seize upon this, which sil months ngo thev had iiev.T tlimifhtfi with thedes- pcrate liopc of nulllfjrinf the result of last November's cferlon. Finding dlsturb-auce- s business disturbances which tho AiSpl-InlercsUiemsclres JeclrtT"i'iuC'M the legislation the pro)tloiils attempt to take advantage of these to frighten enough n democrats from tho on winch thev were elected to prevent the democratic party from redeeming us pledges thus leaving protection undisturbed In the enjoyment of Its booty. They do not seem to realize, how ludicrous is tho decoy which they have set afloat The democrats were elected on the express promise to repeal and ren-- - the bad republican legislation- - the chief of which being the McKlnley art and the hherman net from whose operation 'he country is now suffering And yet the party responsible forth.it legislation the party repudiated b the people when they supplanted it with tho democratic party now domaniK that it shall advise and dictate the policy to Iks followed and that that policy shall be the retention of the very legislation which its victorious successors pledged themselves to abrogate 'and which is Kiiind the vcrv troubles that the defeated party, with characteristic effrontery, eeks to use to frustrate the will i)l the people and perpetuate the liylslition thev have condemned. This little scheme n ill hare no other ?ffect than to lighten the dullness of an oppressive summer Even if it were true and It certainly is not that the financial depression is due to the apprehension of tariff reform, Instead of the evils of republican fiscal nnd tariff poli cies the only thing for the democrats to do would be to go ahead and reform the tariff on tho lines on which they promised to reform it, and be done with It. If wo cannot reform thn tariff without the uneasiness v. Inch w e are told must precede it to the unsettlement of business it would Ik better that we should do the work now than wait later. If we are to believe the protection oracles, we have already had. the. uneasiness. Wc might ns well now have tho reform. One thing is certain; tariff reform is bound to come, if niJJJiJK- - later; nnd to nostnono it would, atcordinff to the tleor,. 0 t,e oracles only be to invite wei-koecd plat-jVrt- turbed. talking protection quite ns loud ns Cois giving forth reathem, for the Indefinite retention of the McKlnley tariff. On the continent of Europe, he says there Is n tariff In force everywhere, which makes living more expensive than It Is on this side of the Atlantic. Kvery chicken and every head of enblmgn that comes Into tho city of Paris must first pay duty, and this entnils an additional expense upon consumers of the necessaries of life. Certainly. Tho levy of a duty upon n commodity adds to its cost to the consumer, and, that our expenses of living may l increased, Mr. llayno would have us stand, through thick llnvltig asnnd thin, by McKlnlcyism. serted that living is more expensive In Kurope than on this side of tho Atlantic, this Pennsylvania protectionist proceeds to nssert that It is impossible for any manufacturer in the I'tiltcd Mates successfully to compete with manufacturers of Kurope. If wo live cheaper here, as the claim Is, wo ought to be in better shape for successful competition. The trouble nbout government panaceas for nil sorts of trade distresses nnd money stringencies lies In the fact that government Itns no busines in such n Held. It should confine its operation to tho legitimate, purposes of its organization. Mr. Hayne soys that out cereals are a. necessity to Kurope. 11 diamonds in paywe demand first-watment Kuropo would havu to furnish them. Thero are governments on the face of the globe that put n duty upon exports. They are sunk very low in the scale of Intelligence, The countries which nro very little higher in that scale are those that, abstaining from making n demand for alleged government purposes on exports place such exactions upon imports whereby they rnise money for government nnd compel tribute upon all consumers foi tho benefit of n hungry horde of persons who fancy themselves particular objects of governmental regard because they are In the business of money making Under u protective tariff w e have suffered time and again the direst di.v tress. As n general projKsition the manufacturer has grown Heir, but the wage earner has not Improved his condition. It might not be impossible to say whether trade relations taking their course, with free commerce, w should not be able to avoid recurrence of periods of utter stagnation nud dislorado talks slher sons, as he views lvaniaand lVntisylvanla Is always OF the nir n" ' 'Mt The longer any stilc being added, tha dough ls made up ns stance t ' ., iiten Is exposed to tho quickly ns possible nud moulded Into the elmnce that germs tho loaves, nlr, the i ItY CVIIl'l J.DSO.V, M. n., Theso nro placed In the oven nnd i, mi it. llread raised U-- . will Hut the very moment tho .irked down of knonilcil linked, Health Cjmtnlssloncr. New York Cltr. with y - warmth and moisture, uttnek tho mix, nc Imked nnd this proH Is necessary, if one would under- twice I ' stand the .sanitary aspect of bread CCSS 111. ' ,,,- iinvwhero from four ture of crenm of tartnr and sodn, theso It has. then, tho dinner. two Ingredients chemically comblno limiting, to fully comprehend tho pres- hours to t' ' germs during this and cnrboulo acid or leavening gas Is ent theory held by sclent Ist.s of gcrma of colli i Tho consequence may bn ui? and It has two perl- - evolved. nnd the part played by them In disease. prows- - f - d.iw ii or kneading dur-seen nt n, glance, tho bread Is ralseo Tlio theory of discuso germs Is merely dds n( l' ' iu, h it mny gnther the during the time It Is baking in the the lintue given to the ktiowiedgo had Ing fin - the germs from tho oven, and this ls the most perfect of inof those germs by tnedlcnl men, n dirt '."' - tu bread save that all conceivable methods of raising It. ,. which is the result of In. baker'-- 1 Here, then, there is no chnnee for goes through this Iteitig this rnlsed iitunxrnblo experiments. '' g to get Into the dough ,f and kneading germs of the old term of n "theory" has become long p' v ,u hat rul-c- d with yenst and thence Into the stomach, more a misnomer. A germ of n disease Is a so no bn thntt that tho bread Is necessarily as a chance of gathering do not know has so plant, so small thnt sweet as possible, there having been how to express intelligibly to tho gen germ- nit by 'raising" bread Is no time during whic'i it could sour. eral render Its luck of sire. hen this Wbn t germ Is introduced into tlio blood worth ' " n.ir.N The Introduction This involves the fact that the bread i,, the moist ihitigh nnd so made will keep longer, ns It Is less or tissues ol tlie htMiy, its no- of the x. when tho kmi Is likely to be coutniiilnnted by the germs f heat tion npponrs to bo analogous to that the nil"' , which takes place when yeast in added placed in " Ik tire produces nn enor-!- that lifted the souring process. tlio f the yenst fungi It will be strange if the crowds of to dough. It attacks certain elements mints ur ' of the blood or tissues, and destroys yenst n ' '" in other words. These visitors to the world's fnlrdo not greattncin, nt the same time pnxiucinp; new fungi if' ' I, truetlve fermentation ly increase the nutnter of contagious of disease, which wo wlil have to treat. ' substances. o! n prt.oi ,f the starchy matter of the most valuable Tinier these circumstances Is it not Hut the germs of the greater part of the th or o the germ diseases, thnt is, of the Inffc nutrient , ncnts In the flour. The folly of follies to open u single) chan,, pi. luces carbonic nold nel through which these tfetius ui..y tious Rud contagious diseases, will de- fern" velop or incrensa in number without gas, .in tin- - having Its origin In reach us? Is it not tho part of w Isdom tu particle of the starch to watch with the greatest care nil being In the body of n human being evert see that the flour. !, if eer where In the dough that wo cat and drink, nud to methods provmeu always you give mem ug Which none but the safest und best i, the partlcloitof proper conditions. These conditions pnshi ,lf r.uii This Is whut is are employed In tho preparation of our are to be found in dough which is V to gIM - tli.- bread. food? To" mo It secmn as though there They ing raised with yenst. car. to question) .i t'i.uico to see that It could bo but one answer warmth, moisture ami tlio orgntioi . ,.n tlie dough, purely like these. r matter of the Hour on which thsgerus, is of using I have shown the danger was l tie dough, which nfter certain changes, fowl, I nn .. grained tnn.ss. Is now the yeast raised bread, and with this I Is necessary to remember nt aSj 1)' it have shown how that danger may le i ii .us. und when cooked in fl point that yeast is germ growth, nvoldcd. The ounce of prevention which in this cose is neither difficult nor expensive Is certain. many pounds of euro, Iy worth nnd tho best thing nlsml It i that It may be rellid tin almost absolutely. Those who during the coming summer oat broad or biscuits or rolls made nt home with Uoynl baking y powder may bo sure they have stopped ono channel through which iliM'nsc may roach thcru. Note. Hockfponi desirlutf Informs, lion tn repanl to tlie iiYwrui!on of the for Mint ,rr Ur trtd which urifcsKdon krnicnii nv, reasons '' ' jtT idhW-"should for so alrotigly Mml U t'lMakBaaBaBalaasVLCsaWy! , Hakitu,' l'uiviler srite to th" ll"al ' i , -' e ' n- -t i.ii-lnI -o 1 I , i -' i -nt--.i- - ENGLISH "OLD CLOTHES.' Trsti'l" nf llicn,.o(I (Uriurntt Iluii(lit t'l' II) tliti Jrwrnif t.oniloii. Th cry of ' Ojili elo," which Is snld to luivc so irrltuted Coleridge on otto Hint he remoustriitcd with tlio ,Ie who wns trlvliiff It, Is often heard In p.irts of London. It heralds the of the buyers of these ciit-ol- t nrtiiies, which nro furbished up, scoured, cleaned, ptcsscd and then sold The travels nf old clothes tire h,;iiiii ten I'lirloiis. persons who prepare them for lhf sain ro in 11 cil In i:nhuid by tho MumKO unities of "elobborcps" "re- iv, rs" nud "transistors." The duty of the ihibberor" Is, by patching und up, to restore tho K'irinent to Its original appearimce. Itevlvrrs" try to mako black cloth piiriucnts look as Rood ns now nt;nlu, mil succeed nulto well, nlthouirh tho floss Hiej put on sixin passes olT. Tho Irons!" tor's" work Is of a higher kind: he has to chniiire one gurmcut Into for Instance, to iniiku waist-ronor tunics fur children out of Hie skirts of u man's coat, which are mo toast worn part. lllaek cloth clothes that nro too far tour to Iss "dobWred" or "revived" ire sent to I'm me, llussln nud I'oland, m.ido Into raps nhleh nil tho Ui 1h tsorUiiiH' jieoplo of theso countries rh r, is I liatl been troubled five month' I had n fttlhicsl with Dyspepsia. after eating, nnd n heavy load in tha pit of my stomach. Sometimes a deathly sickness would overtake; me. I was working for Thomai 'August Flower" MclIciiry.DrtiBRist.AlIcBhenyCity, Pa., in whose employ I had been for seven years, I used AttBUst Flower 1 was rclie ed of all for two weeks. I can now eat thinvjS I trouble. dared not touch before. I havo gained twenty pounds since my J. P. Cox, Allegheny, l'a. 0 Tlie Greatest Medical Discovery of the Akc. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY, DONALD KENNEDY, OF BOXBURY, MASS., ti Tho led conU of the llrltlsh soldiers almost all ko to Holland, for In tlut d imp country the eoplo hsve u nothn that red cloth keeps olT rheumatism therefore all oitreful Dutchmen of wear ml doth thn laboring. tinsiH-wnlstcoutk next their skin. Theso ore tha luailo b cutting off the llrltlsh soldier's re.1 coats nnd altering s lei-es- near !4 U a j J V yf - 3M fcaaaaaaaaaLafBaaaal lf yts' xBI 'ia 'i unr.MS - rot'Mi ' h&&0J Cr w .xjui;s.-- ri'i: sr iV ,sto tiik vkast nnrtn." tress A Chicago Times. SIGNIFICANT DOCUMENT. 1'rauit. The Work of Turclnc the I'mnlon l.lct ol Commissioner of Pensions iochren has written a letter to the National Tribune, Washington, In which he explains at length, and with apparent fairness nnd frankness, his course in the administration of his ofllco. He his old comrades that they may feel certain of receiving everything In '.he way of pensions to which the law a most liberal constructlon-oentitles them; but at the same time he urges that if there are those have been placed whose names pension thn list through upon violutloti of in and fraud the law the list should be rigidly He states that tho list has purged. been committed for revision to an able, board, the mafair and jority of whom, however, including tho chief, are republicans, and that no suspension has been made until after condemnation by this board. He also calls attention to the expectation 'that in many cases of such suspension the pensioners will be ablo to produce proof that they are entitled to the pensions, in which cases of course the suspension will be removed. Commissioner Lochren does not believe that any large number of the veteran soldiers who have been granted pensions are unworthy, but simply Insists that the pension list should bo purged of fraud. In closing his letter he insists that Secretary of the Interior Hinith, who has been so severely criticised in this matter, has all along been more considerate toward the pensioners, and more liberal In his construction of the law, than have any of his subordinates. Commissioner Lochren's letter Is entirely manly, considerate and honorable In its tone. He is himself u veteran of, the grand army and it Ls scarcely credible that such a veteran would intentionally do any injustice to his own In so far as his efforts are comrades. directed to purging the pension roll, he will be sustained by every honorable veteran nnd patriot Hut the most scrupulous care should be taken to protect the men who have made the roll a roll of honor. Iloston Traveller. f n Lonls, Mor DocTon '"You need a rbangoln climate ' ill I'aticut "JVIiat istho tnaltei with this " s too clwnucable niutcl" Doctor Clucugo Record. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. 'it UNPRECEDENTED IMPUDENCE. Hrimiillrans Want the Tariff Left I'mtlt-turtK-i- l. rnrn nnil Wlinlrtomo Qnilltr Commends to public approval thn California liquid Uxiittve remedy, rtyrup of I'igs It Is pleasant to tho losto and by a ling gently onlhe kldneys.llver and bonds to cI'Mnrc tho syslcm effectual y. ft promotes the hcilth ami comfort of nil who use li, and with millions it is tho best and only remedy lock to tlio futi.io wait i cour-gel- ing the tariff. Having failed to keep In power by "Do iou he asked IboinaiJrii. "Vts,' sheio working the old free trade bugaboo, iMoi.itliiiig i.i ti.o klrd, "p.i says aeri'u they now seek to nullify the will of wheat business " Dctio.t 'liibuiiv. the people by attributing the financial nfTeellons p.mples, trouble due to their own silver law to Sccnvr and scorbutic and blutclies on ihe alcin are caused b) nn this thoroughly-riddleand discredited pure blood which licootiam s 1'ills cure. " d Nothing more nakedly impudent was ever known in American politics than the suggestion of several of the repub lican leaders and newspapera that the president or the democrats in congress shall disavow any purpose of disturb- this condition Is what we ordinarily ill light. This porous quality of read enables the stomach to rapidly .mil easily digest it, for the gastric mentation. If the mixture benMa' ices quickly soak Into nnd attack it dough the yenst llr- -l uhaugesa por 'run nil sides. The fermentation of of the starch into glucose nud then he dough, however, usos up a portion composes the g'ueoso by cluiiigli f tho nutrient elements of the h.f Into two ncwsulistanccs, vl&.earl- If it be possible, therefore, to pnxluee ncKl gas and alcohol. i light porous Now the gluten, which is nlso a loaf without this deduction and without the "kneading" stltuent of ib ugh nnd moist st.i process, which I11I the dough with nffnnl.s. with tho latter, an excel nus and filth, an.! without the long nidus for the di velopment of riod during which the raising process us well .is for the yenst gc i; ios on, the gain In food and the gain The germs of cholera, as of typl fever, would, if introduced into dm , n the nroidauce of the germs Is ex-- r ( cdlngly plain. find very favorable conditions fort' growth. Hut while we can easily see the dan- I do not wish to "pose" ns nn nl.i crs which attend the ue of yeast it is 1st, nor am I willing to say tin t . rtnin that the vesieulnting effect f s very much chnnee of tho r.nlueed by It on the dough is to the and of cholera reaching t degree iierfect Ily this I mean stomachs of the people who eat It. hat every particle of gluten produces which has been rnlnsl with ts little bubble of gas and thut therc-- f 1 Hut while I nm not afraid that .re the bread is properly raised that nnd typhus will be greatly sprea. s. it Is raised everywhere. It is yeast-raisebread. I havo not '1 nt that if we arc to substitute any slightest cause to doubt that other s thT aystom of brond making we must cases have Wen and will lievano1 hai! one which will glvo us llrst, me- about In the brend. siaBaslicul reaulta eouallr ns L'ood. that I have met journeymen lnkerfT7WiHTTTh,'l produco minute bubbles of I gas thronghoiit tlie mass worn 'carlo .. ferlng from cutaneous ill- -, wv it la in no wa illftl- Ing the dough In the bread tr mgh with of dou e cnrlionlo ncidgnschem- naked hauds nnd arms I suppose I cult t- ,! . hen wo nro working nt need scarcely say this a stop IcalH t use such chemicals as to in very short order. oonnrra broad - liable b son to suppose bakers a" aru rwr' healthful. Portunatuly cutaneous diseases 0 ' ro other these jr hanl to llnd. men, and I know an ; hou-.The hich attend the yeast-mad- e t r. , re obviated by the um of wifo knows, yeast i brcat when Introduced Intoa mixture of cose or starch. In the presence y a warmth and moistife set I . . germ-di-ea-1 . jrerm-typhuI . r. d , t e Jsfftv w HV;s TZz r k M& QKO scarecrow. her lings Tntrvrs may break through ami steal, hut they cm never rob the Wicplioi o go of People's Home Journal. 8. K. Conciix, Mcr., Clarie ficott, writes; 1 find Hall's CatarVh Cure a valuable remedy." Druggists sell it, 73c. Tur. line wheat will Insure the farmer and tho Knglbh spairow full ctops Cleveland l'Uindealcr. A Olenn'sHuIphur Hfiap. Hill's Hair and Whts Uer Dye, rtB lalr becomes still fairer by using AO rents. A crwot's thing about politicians Is that Utt as toon ss they bare a linger in tlio pie hey begin to talk of gcitMig thero Willi both feet. Philadelphia Times Chicago Record Miss PrnAOoocE "Name the principal parts of the verb to marry" Young Miss IVabash 'To marry, married, dtvur.od. ' i ' I Lost My Hearing v Ai a result of catarrh In tba bead and naa deaf for over a year. I began totalis Ilood'a Sanapa- rllla. To my aurprfae and (Treat Joy I found ,whtn I had taken threo toaXUtithatmylirarttiK kept on and I ran bear perfj-ill- r svell. I am troubled but very little with the eatarrb I ion Biurr mis a wry re. nrr.nu. m,i.. niarUabloru.r.'i Hi.iiuAN Hhks, sut artcr Etreet, Hocbrster, N. Y n returning. I Hood'a Pills A cure alt L, rl In. I TH niTTdl fTVf turbed They will not win by bluff what they A Complete Novel by lost bv votes The tariff will be re formed and reduced jusFas noon as the Mrs. H, Loveii Cameron, peril nf thi'Mierman net is removed and the stability of the "currency is as Author of "In Grass County," "Vera Ncvlll," "A sured The more exigent duty must be done tirst. Um w)ien ffimt Is accomDaughter's Heart," etc , plished the decree of tlio people in Is contained in to the tariff will bn'esecuted with is much promptness aMs consistent with the gravity and intricacy of tho For September f published August 81.) problem McKlnleylsm is to go there need bo Also, no mistake) alx.ut that. N.'V. World. UNCLE SAM IN Tim FAIR. Ily CaWhat iHissible nrnflt. nartlsan or ptain Ciiarleo Kino, V S A. otherwise , IN THE PLAZA Dll TOROS. (Illus Uctfes in an result f mm the calamity which some of our portenttrated.) Ily Mahiiion Wilcox. ous republican contemporaries have A CURL'S RECOLLECTIONS OP seen lit to indulge, wholly out of seaDICKENS. By MitB. E. W. Latimkr. son" We are ull in the same box, howTHE CROSS-ROAD'- S 0I10ST. (Illu- - ever varied our opinions may n na" tnUd.) (Notable Stories No. VII.) tlonal issues. Uvery republican, business man Is as Keenly interested M ",s By Matt Crim. Alt torltMtc, ty fivorlti authon. associate of democratic Jennings In securing the fun retilrn of public conthe compute itory I IMINRnTT'3 I There U neither common nj, lth lit varied fidence sense nor and Interesting mlif tllany. It cnt of the most tnracl-IviiUUv n the foolish JourFur tl by all fiewi nalistic now pubflihei Megnlnet attempts to enshroud the businj took drjlm Single mimtir, is term po ness situation ui gloom. UostonOlobe. annjcit i vo ct Do they take the voters of the t'nlted States to bo children or fools? Will they never drop the insul ting hypothesis that the people do not know nh.it Is best for them? The decision of the people to reform the tariff was not hastily reached or ignoranlly given. Tho question was thoroughly discussed in the congressional elections of WM, long enough nfter tho enactment of the law to observe its operations and effect In that election, fought squarely ujion this Issue, ti republican majority of H in the house was converted into a democratic majority of 14. The democratic plurality on the popular vote for congressmen was over bOO.OOO. Again last year the fight In the contested states was made mainly on the tariff. And the verdict of 1893 vas repeated. A democratic president, who stood tirst of nil .for tariff reform ond sound money, was chosen by an elec toral plurality of 13S and n popular plufillty of flSi.UJO. A democratic majority of Dt'in the house vtas returned, and tho political standing of wqajeve.rsel in fuvor of tlie sciint democratic prlnclpfFtCall IKUieles. Ami yet in spite or these iinprcecuunt-edcan- d unmistakable manifestations of the popular will tho n'genta, the organs and the bciiciiciarici of this condemned tariff for Ixmntics have the Impudenco to suggest that tho elections go for naught Thev ask the democratic parh to be f.ilse to "its pledges and its trust Thev demand that tho new tariff .,f abominations 'be left undisworsc-than-w- men, Inestimably don't know this. ThBtlrnrty uniforms of the guards, livrrles if tho the footmen, or of the royal ser vants oven the laced coats and cocked list of Watttev romn Into the hmiiU of the old elntries deulers ond (jo chiefly to the south eonst of Africa, where they nr? M.ld to the tmllve chiefs. . oil nro sometime, I U llnKlish traveler, ' ". , nmusod atlioliiii troled In full Mte time, and"read the label. ."ii ' by a swarth) iikf on hi Now Yoik dri'sed nstt In a footman's livery or a rifleman' uniform HOW INSECTS MAKE MUSIC. Tho gray grrstosits if the Infantry Ktjill.l Ituli Ihrlr Slioiilitrr lllsilrt- n.l Bud their way t" the Mgrlculturwl dissuilti- - riirlr WinesL.rluil'"r tricts; the more uilnablo cbsiksof tho J Will b run from OMIOACO, PCOHIA and Krerylssly Is 'amilinr with the music artillery are l ! Holland, and that ST. LOUIS tla tha Hero, again, miy tho omtntry and Ireland alwirb the oast- - ' of the katydid. UURLINQTON ROUTE I Washington Mar, it Is the male that oil elolhiogof the ldhHV has the voice. At tho Iwso of onoh Old clolhes tlmtenn neither ls "clolc wing cover Is a thin membruncotu bored." "relt-- t' nor translated" go AUGUST 22, SEPTEMBER 12, plate. Ho elevates the wing coven to Dewsbiiry and Leeds where they OCTOBER 10, nnd rub the two plates together. II aro torn Into "shoddy" httjli lixithrd you could rub your shoulder lilmUs to- wheels, and after lolng tnlrd with TtCKIT On ts dalas aOUNO-TUI- P will b SOLD at gether you could imitate tho operation some d they come out ns nicely. j verj r nohalrs" "pilots" "Umvits, iVrtaln grashopp'n iiiske n Mtnml other fabrics whuii haitpon lo W fashTo nil point In NEURASKA, KANwhen living that ih like n watchman's ionable. SAS, COLORADO, WYOMING. very rapidly ItissaWtlKit shisldy" nnd "nmngo" UTAH, NEW MEXICO, INDIAN aro also some moths supply tho materials for a tbUd of the TERRITORY, TEXAS, MONTANA. Thero Thj ttiullrn iinitnifn.ini'-- ' of tho country. and butterflies which hnve rl.e. Tlesnia good da,, nlth ton-o"death's head" moth mnkes a noise on aei'itf trip. Pminnitm In lha Youth CimiiiiIoh. Cat! tinuld outehmt tnrouah tickata when frightened that strikingly retla th. DUHLINOTOSI ROUTS of thlf semble the crying of a young baby. III, Iron, liltrrllirinrntt. nvaratt tiokti aant. for ooiiptl i How it is prodiieod ls not known, land pamphut and lurtnar inrormaoon, Mid that a salmon, when nutte l It to P. a. IUTI1, though volumes huvo Wen written on deroM of appetite may W worried Into Au"t. Ohloaso, 111. Qn'l tmm IIKIM Tho "mourning iihuk" taking a fly. if tily flies be presented tho subject. butterfly a dark specie with a light to him with irritating pertlnaolty. border in its wings makes a cry of "Hang If" he rsrlnlm. "I can not ls alarm by rubbing it i wings together. Irotitded with this Jook cott auy Tho katydids, crickets, gmwkoppers longer" hn iiwkrs an Irritable snap at and other musical insoets are all ex it ami Is lot Towlbly, in the same aggerated In tho troplos, assuming way, porvms are driven nearly wild by Thus their cries nro pro- - seeing li Is and that comni'idity thrnst giant forms. portionately louder There is nn 'vast on their nntkV In railway stations lit Indian cicada which iniiUes a remarktrains, ii the strorts In the fiVhls on rorillTol euro Dilioud Allnck,Con ably loud noise It is called by the tha top f Ik'li Moodhui hen they etc tipnlion, natives "dttndtib," which means drum. may pui hao a sample In despair, um Prom this name comes thnt of the lik it. ni 1 go on using It. This may 25 cents per boltlo, at Drug Storca. genus, which is known ns dundtibla. be tho t 'Oory nf'frnnths and hidenus This Is one of the few scientific terms adtertl- nentt but, on tho whole, it Write for aAmnlo tloao, free. derived from the Sanskrit. mlu'ht m ui more likely lo work its The "dealhwatch" Isn popular name C (fi C0.t f""Nfrn YnrtJ ,WlwirUn"W1wt4.ver I boy, I applied to certain loet!os which boro will not buy that," ono can cono-lv- e . . Into the wall and floors of old house's. the cltlzrn remarking nnil looKlng out Best They ranke a ticking sound by stand-jni- r fur a less obtrusive article Hut If on their hind legs nnd knocking ad'.rllsingdid nut Waterproof eople would lhlr heads against the wood qulekly lint advertite. -- otHnlay itevlew Coat nnd forcibly. It Is a sexual cull. Many I am ashatiMHl of the clllclency of In tho entertained resuperstitions have specting tho noise produced by these nn sex," said an ailtunto female orator WORLD I insects, which is sometimes Imagined look at your fripperies nud uperfltil do jounced warning of death. to be a ties' Why, for Instance entomologists have succeeded In re- parasols, when I never use one7" And a by pert minx answrrcd "O that's easy cording tho cries of many insects the ordinary system of musical nota- riiniigh. It's Ismjousc you aio on the H tion. Hut this method does not show sha.lt skleof life," t run itmvti si irirrit l wirrtniM wttn f uiMrtfutjim. ir the nctunl pitch, which Is usually sov-crIX.MXll, LI('XLIlUrlrtlrMl y of yours octaves above the staff. It inepj-IJack I say, fltts, that dog lww ffllSr"riLri.s, rtrt t It:laUIt'j- I --lfcl " Sv . ., if -. tins-W- hy r4 ,i ho ha.. serves to express the musical Inter- I.kiUs Ilk n foulM l.l.lslt-- A J IllWlIt ' f .!vals. It Is known with reasonable cerJust as tti teh seiisoat I have. .lark tainty that many Insects havo voices That what I said. so highly pitched that they cannot be Moon. Mio After tho Honey heard by the linmnn oar. One evidence, isnrrtly What would living bo with-Hof tills fact is that some people can dis(gloomily) Cheaper. tinguish cries of insects which uru not out me.' Tit Hits. audible to others. -- the shapo'A little, though tho fiill-ures- s Dutch- lord-mayor- 's alis-ltttel- Has dlscoverrJ In one of our common p.Mtute wee J a remedy that tutes every kind of Humor, from the worst be ro ful down loa common Pimple. He has tried it In over eleven liundreJ cases, nd never fulled except In two cases' (both thunder humor). He has now In his possession over two bundled ccftlfiutes of lis value, all within twenty tulles of Boston. A benefit Is always experienced from the tirst bottle, and aperfect cure is war' ranted tt hen the right quantity I taken. , When the lungs re affected It shooting pain, like iieedlespsliirf throuth them; the same Willi the Liver et How els. I his is caued by the ducts belni? storreJ. ar.J always disappears In a weeU J niter taking It. If the stumaJi fs foul or bilious It will cause squeamish feellncs at fttst. I Hat No clunRe of diet ever netess.irv. ati4 Coin-pjuy- a tt ,njet ". c1; HARVEST EXCURSIONS lj fnb J laO'W S ok, ' tnti vr lth Ponf mm eans RlcJi-Jllcatlache, i i.n J Sffff ly. kffi ,. m lcn SLICKER U-J 11. -- li.ekt'.llpr'' - ' I e RATE J HQRSE SENSE. An THE MARKETS. ClsriSSATt Abi t,tVKSTrK'K-r,itle-reir.nt-. -- i twkem SIIKf.l'- -t run EXCURSIONS io Arkansas andTeYas i iisjii"i ii JL m i f A OPINIONS AND POINTERS. Ultr.An WITIIOfT YK.ABI - niK most r:nPF' r IIAIfl.NO IT os KIVllt.K WAY" OF Upplncou's Maoazlne ".")''. ,?,, f.UTIM HIT'S MllilIM', l'lill.l.ll,li. DON'T FORCRTiaKA Siywaa, vt tiffin, Oblo. l.nk nrlHlup Urlihu't fiov. mat (."-iiuue- M..II- -. and Tool! for llorlnK.. I DRILLING WELLS, artuu tuie riiimoi i.. in ciu. paign Tlii, i, .. bravi iy -- Cleveland 1'lnln Dealer. nljsl(, . . Iiuh epsRlv) (lf ......1 nll"u"v,-- cam- - Hardly a day passes in which the must bo worked a long time. This pension bureau docs not develop a case Is .ibjectlonnble an exceedingly of disgraceful abuse of the pensioa thing from the standpoint of n physlaws. N. V. World. ician, nnd for the reasons that th I'osteris still work- germs of disease which nre In the air Ho says thnt congress nnd dur.t nnd on stulrwujs and strap ing his mouth. is u wild team, not broken. It differs In street cars, ure most often collected in this respect from Jlr. Foster's bank. on the hands. So well do physloiunt) Su Paul Ulobe. know this that there ls no ablution The mnjorlty of democrats north practical cqttnl to thnt which they unnnd south will agree with Senator Coke dergo before they perform any kind of that ther Ih no good reason why a tar- Itirglcnl operation. Any person wlifs iff reform bill should not be passed nt has ever kneaded dough understands the extra session. New Orleans States. tho war in which the dough cleans V If Secretary Carlisle is guilty ol hands. In other words, this metis partisanship, will some of the ablo ed- thut any gennu which nmy'lfave frflif itors ilellne the offense of tho secretary a lodging place on the hands f tlo of tho treasury who filled that depart- baker before he makes up his bnt.'h if ment with republican oflicluls? N. Y. bread are sure to find their wn, lito the dough, and once there, to find Times. George 0. Perkins, tho new re- (ho conditions necessary for ubi . publican senator from California, is a vision nud growth. This is eqtmalct very rich man, and Is reported to have to saying that wo must rely on heatto established his eligibility for his sen- kill these germs, because It Is nlm.-- t atorial toga by contributing ono hun- certain thnt they will bo there. Nm, dred thousand dollars to the Harrison underdone or doughy bread is a fotu campaign fund last year. Louisville which every man and woman has son. Courier-JournaIt is a belief ns old as the hills tint Perhaps one of the reasons why underdone brcml Is tiulienlthftil Tns the Ohio democrats find it difficult to repututlon has been earned for it iV obtain a satisfactory caudldate for gov- the experience of countless nud nn careful mother will ik), ernor Is that no man of intelligence cares to be drawn Into a discussion of her children to eat brcml thnt has r t questions which been thoroughly cooked. The the (lov. McKlnley, the republican candi- given for thin recognized uuhcalthfm date, will insist upon raising, Provi- ness lias been that the uncooked ji.a.i dough Is very illtlleult to digest. ni,i dence Journnl. No one this reason has republicans of Ohio profess physician would value. to think but u The bo apt of .li. campaign to be running nn cducntlonal caso germs which have not been in the interest of Mnj. McKlnley. Thero during the process of baking limei! - ft was nn important bit of history made cause of the sickness following th,. last fall In the disastrous overthrow ol use of uncooked yenst brend. t In et tho g. o, p. by nn Indignant peopl result from this cause Is more than Which should not be overlooked In tho probable I havo not the slighted giving of volltlcal lessons in the Iluck-ey- e doubt thut could wo trace bock unic state. Detroit 1'reo Press. of the cases of illness which we mt.t -- Now that it is known that the in our practice we would find tlut board to pass upon the claims of those germs collected by the bnkcr ha whose pensions have been suspended is found their way Into tho yeast biuaii, composed principally of republicans that the bent lit s not been sttfllclcnt to and has a republican chairman, will destroy them, thnt the uncooked est there be any decrease, in tho number or bread litis been enten and with it t,,. Intensity of those spasms that havo colonies of germs, that tho .., wrung wails of anguish from the re- found their way Into the bloml organs and their readers since that the cull for nut Mirvlei" u n, ., publican the present commissioner of pensions followed, has loiimleiloff tills f4 "' started III to investigate the legality of of events I lime iilrcndy acts of n former commissioner for which minted out that ti. u republican president Umnced him out germs of disease arg lo be found In of otllce. Detroit 1'rce Press. 1 -l. dead-nnd-gouI a proper'! tunde, pure and wholesome baking rtder in lieu of yenst- - Halt ing pow I, rs are composed of nn ncld nnd an ,iliall which, if properly combined iioiiM when they unite nt once destr. themselves ntttl prtsluce car-boA gool baking powder doe- - i work while the loaf is in the oven and having done it, disappears. J'.ut is Imperative In selecting ii the l. rand of linking powder to bo -cor-ta.- that it is composed of s ilKinicnls. I'owilers containing alum or those wlilali nro compounded from Impure Ingredients, or those which nro not comnon-injur- ' ing from tho frying pan Into the fire. Tho best baking powder mndo is, ns 1own by analysis, the "Uoynl." It contains niisoiuiciy uoiuiiig nut crenm of tnrtur nud sodn, refined to u chetn-Ica- l purity, wJilcli when combined under the lnlliienco of heat and moisture produce carbonlo ui.id gns, and having lone this, dlsnppour. Its leavening strength bus been found superior to other baking powders, and ns far ns ! know, it is the only powiler wfilcli will raise largo bread perfectly. Its use avoids the long period during which the yenst made dough must stand lu order that tho starch may ferment nnd there is also no kneading necessary. Tho two materlnls used in the Uoynl, cream of tnrtur and soda, aro perfectly harmless even when eaten. Hut they nro combined In exact compensating weights, sq that when chemical notion i.mrlns botweon them thoy practically llsappcar, tho substance of both buy ing been 10KCI1 up to lunuuiucuruuuic ncld gos- - More than this, the proper method of using tho powder insures the most thorough mixing with the Hour. Tho pricier quantity being taken, It is mixed with tlio flour und tirreil iiroiind In It. Tho mixture ls then hlfU'd Several times and this l every putt of tho flour then: shall bo a few particles of the puwdur. 'I'"" Mll a'"' '"",c or wator not bo used, It is well to sound a note of warning In this direction or the change from tho objectionable yeast to an impure baking powder will bo n case of jump- bined in proper proportion or carefully mixed and which will lenve cither an acid or an alkali in tho bread, must museum, Shellleld. roeonls nn lustnnco of sagacity in horses. 1'rom the window opjxslte, he stiys. I have Just witnessed mi Interesting jiorfornianco on tho part of two horses. Hordcring tho park is n strip of land, doomed to bo built upon, but meanwhile lying waste and used for common pasturage, on which tho horses under notice wore leisurely grazing. A pony in n cart, having lioen unwisely left by the owner for a tltno unattended on tho grass, suddenly started off, galloping over tho uneven ground nt the risk of overturning the cart The two horses, upon seeing this, immediately Joined In pursuit with evident rest. .My first supposition, that thoy wero merely Joining in tho escapade in a frolloMimu spirit, was at onco disproved by tho methodical nnd business-ilkmanner of their procedure. Thoy soon reached tho runaway, by this time on tho road, ono on ono sldo nf tho curt and ono on tho other; then, by regulating thfir pace, thoy cleverly contrived to Inter cept his progress by gradually Coming together in advance of him, thus stopping him immediately in tho triangular corner t)iey formed. I'ntll the men onino up to tho pony's head thoy remained standing thus togvthe. (julto still; then tho two horses, sattstled that nil was now right, without any fuss trotted back again together to their grass. a ovi-den- !nlitnrr IVIilrli Slinw VTonilrfal In Tun .tiiliiiitl. Sacm-llwriter In Xnturo from the Htiskin l lO.s i Sntel J I M sj . iMUrbert OwnnHHi . . I i COTTON BELT ROUTE, rii p ioi tV I.AMIIS-s,- ,,! ... ... . . . a 10 4 riAJl'lt-- V aitAIN-- W Ni t'ors !' H?i--HAY-I'rli.o Irrt a hct-.N- lu r fmllr Sred . V il o H U $. 5 i No i 2 i mlji.l rclivd UrrlMitrc M M Aucvit 22. September 12, October 10, 1833. k r iHtttt u araavtltr ii ii nt Tfri T r H n w.vH...h I a Tttfl - a jr littkllsMrsr I iiii'i r (I AlsaMI T r A i p a h .... pM4ruu rtriiMi t .Mara HI (1 P M T A 101IAM1) I.irri IMtov ISIOSS (tAIrr Ill'Tl i'r bmi i" cholcv creamery .W 'er Al'fl r UtA ... I'OTAIOKsNiw, KS-l- it pork. Mf I'rfmr tram .... Medium ... laf .... . ut: in fUJ eiKT ui tt IS HI & ll ll l It t. X til lItl MU lit tvi u i co rj 14 M) M st F Snl-Tw-st- AGTORY . SITES U a it w SUBSTANTIAL NKIV Ht-lrtoftl- cr... oltAfs N -- A loat-- No 1 YOltK. . .. Iiard . iini ' ( lu rrpui.l In Intfuorif" ,,,,,-.w,ll.fcl.T.!. S Tiiv,Tissarii lor nil INDUCEMENTS. l"i rn, s li.l la., " ... MlMiMin-- i asii m;i ppi WITI i COU SrcC No OAIS-Ml- lsi I'UIIK-Nr- w IMIU-Wt.ic- m .mlicd inra, N U ladu.lrl.il (ts Sllrklgaa A llllsal 4'tilloarr ., t'lilrl, KMllrvad. tun r"" J. .. ''" riai rT-TH- ":' IIU an, PJ'''t'.UIAJr CM. I,AltI-Ste- Xw"J 'tirnco 4in - Winter txitrnu....... red. .... ivnral-N- o. tesra CIIIfAOO. Ulr) SIM lt (t 'V ml J :t' MRISHORHS NOTICE AUTOGRAPH OF SHAOERuUIF Dion el lalUtloni fSa.- t iirlti"flsM. t It 8 fAJW'KS E ABEl- - POKIf -- Mfiu - GENUINE 3) & H.'liftl". us, 1 UltAlN-V- FIX)Ultftni hn rrn-Ml()ita-Mt.AHD-ltiHnr-iI UM.IIMOKK. m Ufi Sat , I tii ) PU1IK CAITI.K-Kl- Mrs rsi . t ..nam. .. 3 0 IIOOS OltAI.N-Wl.- r.o M!4i II to nim--i 4 whohsTaor.l t'oa.uiaallix rt 11 lANAfOLPi Corn-Oaln-.No Vo. H e Con.unipttnn, tl ha. rurrd ncl Injur- Ikon.an.l.. It toni. iii.iioi utii ioisi I'l.o'.Curffor lan.rr an4 pwililf n. In l tn tsl I Nn. M III. lb. tt.toouih.irup. HoM PTTTHniliUIUJ ffrrr'n'" rr.. Corn Ml. Ono Sotnervlllo young man, who has thus Mn. Just been spending n foi Itiight In the pmtic- - J!fs country, lost all i.iiaueo nf making u I.AItU- - btfara fnvorablo impression on tho farmer's pretty daughter the very first day ho came. Her father oamo by this front of tho house whero the young man wns trying to mnkn himself agreeable, nnd the girl introduced him. snyhig; "This is my faClier. Mr. .Sinythe." "Oh, yes," responded the young man, turning toward the old man, and slowly holding out Ills hand, "I saw you standing our In the cornfield a llttlo while ngo, when I came up tho rond." BETTER Som-crvill- o In lluil S4rii tlio Srsrrrrnw. UUAIN FMVU Win'. ISVH.I.K. Who.. unit . t rr.l ..... .... t J? ia M A. N niK.N la K UlUI li'jMl. that wiiitisoto llAiirrinini i'i.:tlaU w A4i.rtl..a.l la -- li ' 1401 .IflLWHHM DID YOU EVER y "HORSE SHOE" CHEW THERE NEVER WHS. Journal A PLUG? m Mr. Cblmpnnzco "Thut ostrich cut" enough for two birds, What do you suppose makes him so greedy, Mrs.C?" Mrs. Chimpanzee"! heard tho keeper say ho Bwnllowed a pair of strong yesterday nnd thy magnify his nprii'tlte." Voguo. oyc-glnss- THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSB THE COOK HAD NOT USED "I met .lack Stngoloon Inst evening. Ilo tells mo he I:, going out with u company next season which will produce i'lii'iiuui'lVd, hit pl.iy'."' Hngle, Indeed; what does llrooklyn "Tho hose." GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS,, SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN- - SAPOLIO rl I' , .llUJ ill ftiaOffilTtaMiHi .' -i-i- .vttMTJ(33&& nKj3;. sw i5l3?.W' . i -. y 4r . .. -i Iji. ii JBPIl''yw,ay,''!L,' ..jWffiVJI: ".ii M ' ItelL'i. ltg"'M'M'-'--Wi- 3prZ JL:L iMSLu-nri:- . rr ''- - J -- ' ' -- ' ' aaa.