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WI.AUN, AKhUtuut lalltoi Vrleo of Hiibsciliitlou, $..) - V1 u ft ' imiDAY,v SEf IIKJKMAN..j KULTON COUNTY. KY.. THK OLDHT KKWPAPK -- HICKMliIER. - $1 4' -- k i I ' -- v a . M M --s -- - m r"T-- KJF : i lT Pf WT J j u F FINE JOB PEINTINQ ICXreCUTTCD WITH HE1TNESS AHD DISPATCH. BALK BILLS, - --r WE&TIIN KENTUCKY. - -- ,!?' , "i- 1 ;n 8ji --- J. m " mm La nr 'I in nx, who was an hrltnxs I tin' oriigi. when xlir married the lto admiral (If wtis n hue match), las declined to accept Uiu H,00U pension lo which she Is entitled as his widow. fur use .in the Old o( oiip our wnr appliances. n milt' inn;. i wound in a The Wwl of hi worn bt n soldier, mill to tlin liiinil urar Is nttnehed the simple receiving iiml transmitting apA 1 A HAIJKKIiOIM'OAIiOlL Stora Under family. Oro- - cer't 1 lie IIiiIIiI'hk Imttle ii I win-- , l.mrl.iir.l cast-plat- e, lixi.l , lt..l,i.rrli.ll-hitrrill,rMMlnli,MM. In im kr, un.l l,i frrnKiiU I lpln.lon u .a I Auif 'J'.. -l- mint'illnti'ly nflpr In tlip niitliilinlrniiimNlDn, tin roll-cn- ll ( iiiiiiiilKilinit-- r of Wyoming. FRAUD CHAHUtU. I Mir ( imiiiil.linier In Trmi. IiIp i IIIkIiI ImrntlxHtlilil In Im Mlilr In Ihr ItHltrl. itrlil' mm) spkaks. Hd J 5 yft -- -- . ,, . Mfr"f'OJio. Mork on -- VOL. I,., XXVifl. M.mmm ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADSt BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC, ETG NO. 44. GAUL AND SEE US. KENTUCKY - MAY SOON ocAm-v"i'v"j- i jyj'rfldent rmrAdo, - Coc on Record for llio Repeal of the Sherman Law. f ( levi land U.iim a I rorla llW iwn OljnliiK Hie tlirrnkre hlrlp o het-nifj- nf 1111 Tho 10. "r'-i-f- r uii . '.y-N- nrii by a Vote Ti W'OViHKSS. Irt STATE NEWS. imiM- ronit rrniHtlun. paratus. l..thVIII. Brmvr Mnrln-A t Ssllll' building has nverrenched Itself. l lin now record Weaker. (oniiinln, Mllh engines f i.x.ooo horse xiwer. lnrl Htn-p- t tlnn.li llttli-nfti- r Ivy, Allif S. Thn of I.011U .k11miI mi a il.mnije.l by a Suiiil.ij liioriitnif, .lo'cliK-- tliust W iloi'Uril nml materially strengthened hi structural way to resist tin enormous htr.iti Imposed l 11 such iiiiichlncrt In .Ni York tliat MIK I Irion lliinlil, pIiIpkI iliui(,'lltrr of tlm Utr llnnliclrr. N pliin.iiiiK the election l n liu.pltiil for niMiien MmnUoiiM In irnlnlil tli rlolifkt In Aiiht-lei- i It riiinmril hrr fortune tnilnif .atliiiu( frnu 110 OOO.ooo to .nuii,iNM. A nl to Dirt jiortrv Kllrnlwth f by Ihn Inh.ililUnln f IUbiiry. I.'njf . tho linino of hrr rhihlhmxl It Is to tnko the form nf n clock towi-- r nml an Itntl-lat- o Itarrptt-llrmuilnt- JirMOIIIil. U tn t. rrrti-i- l llbrnry, rlnsj. rontm anil ofllcen nml to nut llo.Oixi lrfK I piniitini; of rciiilttic-rouint- , I alllllw itwnur... .. (Q.eeQ.OOOniiiiunly tlinmcli piipiimntlr tnU'x In nmtt of Uip clllp of l.ient llritain At pre- nt ubotit fifty mill uf Mirh tnU-- nro til irrnllon. rrnuirlntr mi aifirrpiriilr of xirr nml trnnmniltlnt,' o telermn nrp linn ti iiiMnlt-trt- l .flK rhkl ... ..... f U-- 11 f Henlluro rrpnrU u rnlncctt uf e rurn. jHitntix', npplris Mmrlic-ind ernM on ncrount of tho In ilnroth. 1'nniivl-intUlryti'i'ii hnp brpn omwllMl'to Irni hy nnl )rnln tn tholr poith to mwkp op for the jrrrnt Jpprp' In the amount of xiitnre tilnck-berrlL This lVnnsi Irnnin ntntn IkwiiI -- 0 orrUip 00O uf Ne In Axxihh:o to thp Mmitrpal o-- r nt to woks, on inlltt ami vinployod t mlilnl Hip tlip i nimilmiii rmlil-Knclaml ulatei hnvp I nnmln ilhln thp put tiro nrcoiuit of the ctrnlng of tho fueti-ri- r In nliioh thry wrifl To thp Ihitp ft.ono nhnulit iiiiiiiiinlK-rix- l thoii'iiiuK of othpr nponilttrft ho r pllhpr Idle, la Npw KtiK'nnil or employ, ment In other nuton a four Tim ehnirof KiirIIhIi lllemturr In tlm OUtO Stito. fnlirrMt) to carry! .vim 11 n MiiKinni inllliiiv 10 lit trU lr-- f Milli'kln held It four yearn anil llel Hi- bv I'rnf. Short, ho died nt the end nf 1 Miri-eiile- tphi-- ' U WaUli then fmir Just four year, mid n yeor ngo bv I'mf A It hnlniprs who Is dylliK nt SpJVtn, MWh. t.-.d I'rnf A II. the eh.ilr He lirrd AfrnoMlNr..'i(ihynU'lnii of It In ilnrln. Dr. IkiinlRfri I'n'lre, clnlitm to haio origin nf win. h can xolained tlbroiered the iipltlp ppnn of vellmr - alilp to nppH fprer and to na hing a iiiinilxi of 'ml un barrels n e iiikI IIiiik elTeetlirli rlunip WITH A RAZOR wtt the 'lite .Nrw ork Medical Itceonl iirtfixi ir l"ri-lto proro It.ilierl llxlm. Throat W I nl I rum t'si lit elnlm in miiiip like simloi I. where thp dlpnM- - i ppidomlp mid mi , I II sl.l IjTon. ug ,'s a Imvr hl name co down tho ngrt with ert ll.ittirs, aged IT was found neni of man- Thurmond with his thro.it cut from em thn other reat kind. to ear and n rnior still sticking in the He wns oared for nnd when li wound Till- elm tn-U'etle n jrrcrilv black regained consciousness he Mi I that h worm, i doini pr. nt min hlef to thn mid mi uncle b marriage llorr.t ( tntcly old cIiiik with which thcMrcftl . reside at I'rinee nnd t'tinuet-tli-ii- t ahmled nil towiii. hit work for the Itnjnl t oil nml t'nke Co. wedllv trip the trees of Thot hnd caiiiM-i- l nut near Thurmond The worm their Irnrps which turn .ellow and mid w hen near n cieeU ( ahlwell Insisted Many hniidioinn 011 Haines gnlng uiT the nnd n few steps often fall InnhnwcrN rutupil alma hate nlrcadj t.i get a drjnk of water. 'I hoy got tho press twin with water nnd decided to take a sloop uiidoi by them, mid from cm rdltorlaU mid the shade '1 his Is the hist he reuirni tolling how the t limy Ixj dc Ixirs- Unlnes says t ahlwell got only til tlroyed. t iihUoll Is still nt large. tdlM-nxIi oxploslous following oiilcklv one 1111 other, wrecked thn whole building Jinl blew the mtlrp front out oil Market street. 'I he llrst nod second Morion acting President IV 1111 npiolnted tumbled In, Ihiuic shut up on all sides, Touslej, Kwlnif. ilnssoy, nnd within a few mluutos tho entire V.ii Allen mid lfiflns nn the Hirco-stor- t emnmittMp brick Inilldliig wns envel Clx'd 'IIipii John lloil Thnchor, ehnlrman liuis (liK,lliiib. his Wife three olid of the executive committee on awards dren and a nephew wlm were iisleep in e.imc forward with aflldiivlts from the the second and third stories, were otllclnls of the Carey Safe Co., cbarKlmr thrown from thulr lieds by the.fojce nt ' iL liniUdcBMiDdnd fi.200 Hie explosion nnd went downSslth tho tflPrif for securliifr n favorbhizing Interior All seemed ost. but able nwnrd for their company. mlmeulniMly thry escaped Mus Katie The commission did not recchc the reliixslbtib, the port, but Instructed the executive comseventeen car-oldaughter, sleeping In a rear room on mittee on nwnnls to tlnd out tho facts. the second tlixir. tmv and felt the Mr lliplicc declared the charge to be frightful Maze and tho trembling absurd nnd false, as nt tho Hours rraiitlcnlly she ruOmd into her time the nllldavit was made, August 1, Kirents apartment tn front Nearly the Judges uf safes had not lxjeu Ho also said it would blinded bj the heavy kiiui'ie she found her wnj to tho street window, and, for him. n furniture juror, to thinking nnlv of escaping the Mnmc ask brllx- of mi exhibitor with whoso nil death aiming the falling tbiiW, department ho hail nothing to do. Ho prang out. concluded by Miylnj.' he intended to Aiming the excited passers-bwho bring action In tho court for damages had stopped nmnred at the explosion ngtiliist thp parties nccuslng him. mid garlng iixin the burning building wns lony llagmi IN JAIL. lie saw the frantic He was In tho form at tho windowIlKhMaj llolitiers Who Klllr.l llrlirj Tli middle of the street, and, divining the lfeln.it. k f aplurrd. terrified girl' intention, prang for The highIhMIl I I, 111 , Aug wnnl, and as she jumped wui way roblx-r- who killed Henry llelinick underneath with arms outstretched In his htiggt while returning from He caught her and saved a life. hlengo last I rlduy night nro In Jail. Mrs. lioodhub nnd her little daugh- Dtionf the gang t hnrles Harris, a young ter Minnie with her husband, painter 17 tears of ngo, recently of were in the front second-storroom I liieago. confessed that ho Harvey She wns awiiMrned by the frightful I'ate. nnd Hllns rank Starr child, and crying McJcnklns, sound the of maila this city. to the husband, she rnu to the window up the plan at a saloon in this city. nml got out on the awning frame I'ate former!) worked for llelinick mid The awning frame gate way and know ho had monot The arrests 111 c they were dropcd on the bricks Kdon t.ry iniportalit, as this gang has comMr (inodliuh, on lielng aroused, rushed mitted robberies nil over eastern Illito the rear door mid called to his son nois The farmers from the region luils and his nephew Julia, who were where llelinick Iltod were in the city sleeping mi the thlnl floor The wife Mmidnt nnd tinned to the teeth and n and child had fled the flames frantic It netting ma.t follow for their safety, he rail oli'c nlxnit the tin--) Mole Sole nml All. burning room with its filling Moors. I ill I nil. til-M- l 1 lo, the rear door he nt Inst All? W - I'hreo rushed back, and the next moment wns burglars enterol the general stnrn nf precipitated in tho fiery furnace lichiw, sargeui' nnd Sohntleld a ( rlssinali, out uf which he made his ) to all this miiintt nnd nfter scouring a lot nl men-linill ley His Min followed Mm nfter disc. Inade I their six hnndrod-(tmini- l Itnth were frightfully burned. The safe containing over ti 000 on lie -. nprd with trucks unit wheeled it down the lirphew was luckier 'I be father mid a few slight burns half a mile. While In tho act of brother wore tnken to tin I'.tnii r's eraehiug it thot wen- - surjirls.id by the llmuo hotel, sunYriug tenibly owners when the thieves commenced phjslcian wns called un I put them shooting Their fin- - was returned by Ml the other gentlemen, mie of tho robliers under tho Influence of tnorp'tino. being shot. Tho thlevev of tl e Injuredwero followed fHU.f"ter, Mrtiera ttiey ..fMip.t. e of privilege, nml nf tlir clmrKi'l tiiiiclriilulnit lillil, 1i.it lie lut il iitti'inpt-('- 1 to extort money from nil exhibitor Hi- - ooneluileil by nsldii Hint u committee lm iipHiliitoil to lnvcstlK'nl" the Heeson, nf CoinmUsloiier eluiri tlii-(lUlalimiin took the floor, III ilenleil liix nml the K'lUt mutter. A resolution miiiu ivuh mlopti'il for tin- - appointment of n eomniittee of six to make lniiulr Into the sc.iiiduL In eompliiince w ith this 11 tn iiiirnttmi 1 ..a 111111I1- - 11 Inves-tik;ntin- v fri( rlx-- d ali.-olut- at I'V'clook iiiioii. central standard time, nil tho lands, except those espei. ttn cially reserved, recently nciiutrod from tho tforokee Imlinn nation nnd tho tho lions Wawiimitov, Aug 2H.- -In Tonkawn nnd I'iiwiioo tribes In tap InWtrilltMiiuM, Aug 20. The house, nt Snliirdnt Mr Iteed. of Maine, lipokc oi dian territory, known as tho Cherokee Il.lt Monday afternoon, completed Its permlttlnff.toader fenain t nuio-is- . the slUoripiestlon There was a breath' outlet. vote on the repeal of the silver pur- from Ihe Wold fair to f- t- irsn ferred cxh bib to th loss alienee duriinr the delltery. Fcl' T.he lands now open to .settlement chase clause of ths Sherman net. The proposed Intirnatlonal Kipos Hon to bo held tr lowing U a M'lionsih of his rcmnrka: are divided Into seven counties After Wilv n bill wna passed by vote standi- San - mnclscj next winter II was passed wt.h fp outdebtte, tcpresenutlte, Johnson. (O In In lj.fftnnlii rnfrMSfsl dollbtfl O.j reciting the Inw nnd the treaties with ngYeos, 240 nays, 100. troduced his hot a currency eicbange bill, whkt the slsilelit f.f ilir Ikiiiih la deal atlsfflCtortlf the Indiana under which the land was bl w referred lb Hie (ju.s ion tWore II. but riiree sl'h tsillNUTov, Aug. 20 The houso currency. TU ihe rommiitee on banking and Ceded to the got eminent, the proclafea urcs of ihe silver dbali nml rt at 111111? Me lo tall t'k upon the dqr mation describes the trnct reserved for began Monday morning to vote on the were 'the stetes made by ltepresenwtlvt rl .tafcllshnl IxjIIpI In the wldomof the Itland free coinage substitute for the llynun, (Ird hi 'nor of the repal bill, nndbj ol incgress i risises like ihsf-r- sen t,bq ounty seats of the several counties. ctlons said. iiie iL.etnratilo am mrar.linrnts of all In each of those county scata four Wilson reH.'iil bill This provides for Itepresentatli4 Hepburn ila In opposition, lloth wcrfl tlnJLcnt and forceful, and human inrrms, Mhlch Is si rli--s of upwrl acres arc resorted for the alto of a court- the free coinage of silver nt the present a compreheinj-- array of argument eh gavt to sustali marts and ot fills of si mo. I prormrtlonale ratio of HI to I. This substitute was their opposlff news house. 1 be formtr may tx- - rharac crtied In defeated. wor4." Aug A strip of lnnd 100 feet wide around wnrd. "Kinndrnoc Washikotx, tbo lallrr In anolbtr There were 121 yens and 91 nnyiv a Voorhecs IrrroJnced a bill Wednesday provld t 'distrust ' nnd Immediately xvlthln the boundaries TneM nuriusinnis wcur simpii Sltnuibanrmajority 01 iu-- j against. I'.ge all Ing that llJYitfr, patent Issued toClinr.es J lands now opened is fcet apart, u.lr. atwajs ympathntlcallr, mfp fV 't?M"fTlnrttemeitl"blactardererf -wilaexjiiilMb'CTtfirVCjf1B.Sir,. ontlaWJtratftIoliilijya4,-;,-, inadertito-SisnU- i tfOCttMOlr-l- s ..'"' inr.TTcc..-,-,-,,,- ,,,,, .irtnir -- ! sit3r7fora prrfoeidj Ictm ,hc (Hiisun fact that tbli nd ralirntl Ilceausn of ih j,p.r- - r ip r was next defeated, leasf Tien yeara for ruIeNl, cf Mrs. Anna C Sup "Hj .C.,1,24.1. drain of go d from the United Slsles since ths piss-ago' tlie Stirrman law fnlrvi. Carried out The is: to 1 freo coinage amendment plee of Harrison, O. Srh, rfaoiuUon by Mr I'effer Tuesday directing" n Investigation lnt of the roun'ry an amount eijinl lo the value of was defeated. Yeas, 10J; nays, 2.0 ihe cntMinct f Controller ibe puirhie of sllter unJer the law, t ople the The 19 t 1 nmendincnt was liken ise Kcke s n allowing nationalol tracks taurine) of lh loss of the gold, nn aw In li the ousts of New rejected Yeas, 101: najs, 217. York It .ston and Philadelphia to'rcfu"c rsy ihstrust t.nxeii(ndirid. mid a srisonof hoard ing- and deeri s.lon set In andlo-itherounlrjr The 20 to I nmendincnt ttns likewise ment r ntb for checks of their Oepritorsant tearing house certldcales instead l suO- r'.ss all Ih" ral.tmttlts nf s rejected Yeas, 110: nays, 2J2. cau-- e 1. harp tilt between Senators kjill anc itrculatl.n luibr midst of tn abundant suppl) n the 'Ihe amendment to - Wtdncsday fii m of mon-- v bill was rejected yeas, 1.10; r Wednesday was the last day sndei Hi lno undrrljrlt? cause of lbs present condl i.f Hlial lbs Drliii" ratio Tarly Mill ll tt lib Hie Tariff. 1 f 11 e fr..ni.l f tslnllj" ..... H...I .. i.l e iinp I'lnantl tTnrer-- i .1.1, Aug. 2.1. 'resident issued a proclamation owning to settlinient nnd homestead Mitryin .Siitiinlar. Svpteinber HI, ItU), "Vafii.tiT0, n,1" ''as Sticrmitriurfhaso Act of 240 toMOO. - A Momentous rrsr In Congress- - targe Tlironff l'resent In tt llhessllie I'roeerd. lniT In the lloilse-Tl- ie Mouth and tt rat .Venrlj Solid AKallut thn 1'a.t. Srnalon. ig 1 Si- The ineert WAstnaotl' br Mr tfnirnee. ! to delivered T4 la ct rroa.l dlana, atlrad The gillrrlp, I'm St Ca artlv iliirinn (hi were Oiled to i nf the nnamv tw6 hours ithlefi tni committee eCOPle" auh an el! irt, which ha f the great orator been herald4d ouii Nariy every teat on th( leal feats off! u , floor of thoj Kenanoccupl4 Mr Voorheea was not lo ha voice but his de livery wa fircible ann bis dn tlon was marked by his own hillvldm, . of i le Hocsr. Tin first n, , of any kind to past th ., It a srnato bil bouse pasPilTurs.ia Ar Mt KWb n team Wlonglng to the widow Morgan, ran away and upset tho wagon over a twenty foot embankment. Kunk, tho driver, was Injured Internally, whllo a young son of Mrs. Morgan was hurt so badly that ho wit) die. Tiik safe of J. W. llnm .t Ilros., nt Scottsvllle, was blown open by burglars and 13,000 In money nnd 11.1,000 of Allen county bonds stolen. suicide at Hopkinsrlllo by taking an ounce of laudanum. An unhappy lovo affair led to tho deed. There I no hopo of his recovery. lltlMK Clay, the 1100,000 forger from Clark county, who Is confined In tho Thomas Iltciuitiisox attempted to mo.i - l,,"''asssssi )c - penitentiary, has Wen untitled that his wife will apply for a divorce. Luke Taakif. brought suit at Lexington for 120,000 damages against thn jfir ,. 1 I - offi-r- e lllnnd-Alliso- I 11 y - "I s 1 mrusure of Ihe upitbjr of ihe Amrrlcan pep rlie lole shows what Idrrlare and lb.- - rer Irrlloti of etrry Individual to shorn I am spf-n- k Inr can be safriT apIK-aleta tt hll Ihis lb g hs not n iiwctallr manifest during this i.iv cuts on, while there has been llille tilk wilt rr Bird to II n'trirlhiless Ibe ennsdrusr s of ih s fact underlies nur 1 ntlre situation. da What the democratic pirly proposes wer which Is In their hands, tnih Ir with lh ranaay i'heydo not rtrn know ihemselt s and bence they e nit able to Imparl tbc kn .st. edifr 10 othcM Tor tuy part, I do not cxfrl ihe dtmotradr purly 'o b" uilrrly tad 1 do ihey IU !" permitted 10 be to If not rratlo parljr wai lirourln mm jwwrr by n tur us cotnhtna Inn of clrcumstanris ns there suit if a bunitreil causes not tilth rarrful and cindid delllx r.lllon bnlns the r suit Inalarifo loo of affairs l At Ibe tanl election the drmo- t X. fi 1 Vr ! Vr K iV - W gf.j pf 1 y e- V hlpScIP-thIr nsUnWind:iv - e nhl-wel- 11 U-r- thi-dail- y almt - Ir inny hnt surprised miiiio folk to Uani Hint It would ipqnln llrejenrs for the mints of the I nited Mntc.s f,,v eriiinent to coin IrtT.WKl.ooi) silTer doN Inrs but tlie time is not so surprising wlirii one has done a little Hi;iirlntf. The mints hate senrcclv 3IKI full work-Itil- f diiys In the j p.ir or less than TOO.noo working minutes in lire yiuirs. To coin lnT,noo.0o0 In Hint time, therefore. It would lie neepssnrv to turn out inoro minute than 'XiO dollar pieces x- -r .Miillnocrs rlriileneetl lo llenlli The trial Sa. 1'iUMlsio, Aug U nnd linns Hanson for of Herman the murder at sen of Morris Kltgernhl, second i.iale of the bark Meaner, closed in the I nited States court Krldny night, and the jury found lsith defendants guilty. Thomas St. Clair, another meuiWr of the crew, was a similar charge convicted on some time ago nnd sentenced to lx' hanged An npieiil In his case Is now r. plot men had Turin nro J. Ml miles of railroad In (ending The oflleers andformed control take to murder the South Dakota and tho projwrty l nt the rnte of fVkM a mllii, or n of the vessel, which was near Tahiti at It is the time, but they were placed in Irons totnl nssessiiiont of s.yj4.100 tho second Mild Hint some of the roitds In tho stnto ntter they hnd murdered by rutting him down with nn nx last yenr did not enru their oerntiiif mnte throwing his body overlsmrd. l'or example. It cost tho nnd oxiK'iiscs. ChlrnKii and Northwestern rntlrond The Deli.lle llnded. HS,fi.0 more to the property In '1 he Held day WAMllsmoN, Aug. J tlmn the rrrelpta south Dnkotn nmouuteil to, whllo the Or.md Islnnd of oratory which Snturilnj closed thn fortnight's debate In the house 01 or the nnd Wyoming Control hhowed n dclk-i- t followed by n alitor ijuest inn lnva of 1 5il,UJ3. remarkable (pilot and un iiterosting Smaiwiiimi parties nt Johnstown, Siiinday lu view of the fait that tin l'a., liiuo ilmllntf rnluables lost house will tote Monday, llrst imhi fres coinage amonilmouts at tnrimis ratio diirlni? tho ilond. A fewiliiyMiRoiiiiil-iinblKold wutch was found, and a from' III to I to '.'0 to 1, to the Wilson repeal bill, then upon the amendment voiunr iiinu iinmed II row found n act and rinjr snld to lie, Tory vnlunblo It reviving the Is reMrted tluit jewel Ihix with dually upon tint Wilson bill itself Tho iliiimonil cluster riiifr mid un lack of excitement Sunday may bo acsolitaire were cepted usetideiice of the genernl foul tine iixcoptlnn.illv It Is ill so stilted that Millie lug that tliu defeat of nil amendments found of tho most tnliiiiblo leeuv erics hnte nnd the passage of the naked recal n foregone conclubeen kept accrot for four the ol.ilnmtiU bill by tho house sion. uillit mnke trouble (x-njH-rntp Ih-oIx-eo 11 il llland-Alllso11 11 1 is luiikinfr an rlTurt to Cult Aim. Aug. 08. rinnnclal mnttcrs duce the Inhabitants of Icelnnd to from tluil forblddlnc country and nt the World's exposition are looking l'eck, chair-inn- n settle in the promising Holds of tho brighter of tho tliuinco eomniittee, said northwest, whore there Is 11 bountiful on, Sut unlay that there will soon lo no 01 op of cold weather to be di'in-ndethe same as In Ice hi ml, nnd in nddihou floating debt. Tho entire ninoiiiit due crops of K'raln, w hlch the lnnd con 1 actors Is now something less than Alnint tho only f.'.OO.OOO, and a few such dn as I'riday of Ice neyer enjoyed will wipe that out article of food 011 w hlch tho Inhabitant of Icelnnd can rolj. both for their own . or Silver. support nnd for export, is llsh, nnd that WtsiiiNOTov, Aug. 118. The treasury As a supply seems inexhaustible. special Inducement to migrate, the cost ilopartmcut Saturday purchased 101,000 of passage, a good fnrm nnd tho implo-inent- ounroh of silver nt tholr ooiinter offer r I0.";i"ri ounce. to worlc It nro offered Into N jH-- t'.Niu I 'air Finance. nf the treasury, that this net shall nf the q es l'asklnit then a the ronsld. nut impiir. or in any manner nlToet the I en of repeal he said, thai wh. e he was in fa Ic-i.- t lend, r iiialit of the stnndanl vnrnf It. b. did net ihmk II wo a I'e an in inr coined, mid it diale cau.eof a n tital of Ihe r pertly of Hie silver dollars h. wounl vole fi ry N. is declared that the nited stutoa shall ..un eerauae tertheieia Justly or rot, Ihe r re shether maintain the parity of tho twoniottils, vid 10 be the cause of tl.. uu law is gold mid silver, nt the established ratio tranUrp ot currency thruuehout or sueh other rntlo ns shall Is? estab- Ih i.nuitrv la roni in. oi Mr Iteed satd "What, then' lished by taw. la ihe isvlioai uf dutvr The un.ondltlon il Thai will, ithrrrtte relief or not If cot, Troops tin- the Imlinn Terrllorj. tt.a so niual try someih'ng else, and the soon ill) too, Aug SU Onlers were ro- - er Ihe belter fmtn at nrniy tVr s'and In a vrr peculiar illlon, we re W nslilligtnn .Mondat directing that a publicans hvdav The reprrsrn'atlva of the tuocrmlr cominniid Ui giten for troops of the d. hil.d.s-ate- parti. )ult rhnsen president nf Ihe I Itnita hnmlf r.iwi rle.s in hs third o.ivalry. now stationed at rort,ir.t rev. mmeadai n lu In own party Iilet Kiis., to proceed nl mice to tho lie Irfi to lu tender nercn s mo raun'r of th. mint witness ths nssistiinco of the troops in the Indian Its of Territory This is for the purpose of preali 1 party charted choice thisovert h own wl'h country's bt the assist lug in keeping the ('herokoo strip Kiiterntnrnt sal wondi r thei. lhat he clear of Intruders until noon of to I r palrlo Ism ot ami I., r pirlv wh as pstrloilsm ta never been nppi'al l to In vain' Id. when tho strip will W legal"N.tir I s.iy In vatu the pri.udeat purl of ly ooiied. the proud record of the n publican party has . cai.fist dettitloa to Ibe causo of hc n Its Sensational lllvori-- Suit. sound Itnan.e Whea ih s count rt nasttmpteO Clin too. Aug 'JO -- III her bill for 10 pay lis rend la depre la'ed money, Ihe ri filed bt Mrs. Hell II. Hnssett piilllcun part) responded sith loud u. claim to against Win 11 llassett. of this city. hat noble sentiment ot Urn llanli) ibaletrri It is alleged that llassett conspired tt Ith bond was ss sacred as a soldier grave, ll sore struntte, the wife of a wealthy farmer named cost u hard Hghilnj and his to uicrliir Inn country Id stone, now liting near Nashua, la , to the credit of this the mrd minder Mono, got a ditorco from his Whin the same arguments hi 3rd toila) own wife ami then marr.t tho widow uf wen hfjid 15 year as.i soand'es Its- - rais stone, who, ns ovldeiiccd bj the letters of a depreclnteJ eurrenev and protlalmln; tho lories f r.xt fiuucv the turty of Abraham attached, was remit tn put her own Lincoln niarrhct sleadtlv toward spide pay out of the way that she might inent nn I husband What we were In our marry HasM-tt-. ilas of tlctory we are Hi our dais of defeat, .bamp.ons of true nnd solid finance ni.duheo IVnllcnllaiy tlir I. He. Ihe day unrs, a. It urely ill come for us tc thi pi'bs of lead Mown I Mil. I n. Ky., Aug ill The nnd this land uack to trodden under prosperity juri in the tieorge llolnney casci re rule famesanhlih were we ahatl lake lepubllcan back with for limn) jears turned a tcrdlct of guilty They found us our ancleut glory undlmmed byadterstljr the defendant guilty of murder as our miclcni honor unsullied y defeat " charged In tho Indictment, and fixed i'Itlieri sijirlnes Take a Cruise. his punishment at confinement In the penitentiary for life. Ileyond Woom-inNt.tt Voiik, Aug. 2s. The Now York n trlllo p.ilo. Dehinej did not show fiviil resort e will lento on Us third 1111 nut emotion when the verdict was an- at tin cruise Sattirdoy The cruise Is In nounced A motion will be made for a K made tn the old frigate New Hampnow trial. shire, which was recently renovated v the city at a cost of t ttl.OOO. There ire Sued Ills Kinplntci-N- . maI lit vioj,t. O , Aug. '.!. l'ugene M. about three hundred of tho oitl-eIhinlap has begun suit ngninst the rines, and for a ttook they will o Thomson-Houstolarbiin Co., of this through tho regular routine work drills, landing parties, ti city for f'.'o.lioo diumigcs for injuries Ixuts by truck, target roccitod tlctols-- r 11, ls'.ri, whllo In their arming and equipping IxmIs, He was. badly Injured by the omplot pit camping mi the Knch ami shun caving in of tho walls of a llltttlCK In which he wns at work. In Hanger of 1'ralrle t Ires. Wages Mill He Cm. ClllCtno, Aug. 2".- - Northwestern In Htitiu, Neb., Aug i Wages will diana and eastern Illinois are In great lert.uul.t ls reduced on the I Iiinu danger from prairie tiros. There has tfoneral Manager Hickiiisou. nt Wen no rain in ton weeks, and u Iron ly cnnfciouce with switchmen, plaluh Arcs are blaring in the rleinit) of -- until told them that on September 1. there Ilond, lnd. 'Ihero will prohahlt Ixt would probably bo a general reduction gnat loss before tho fires arc gotten of wages of at least 10 per cent. They tinder control. demurred and argued tho matter, but An tlhln lllrl lliiiiorid tliroml It is not thought tlmill.t wont home l iniion, Aug 2s. The D.iilt Nivta that they will strike wyta that the loading part of Sulllt wi'h novt opoiM, which will K prislueo at I'itu Millions .Moil-- . Voiik, Aug 2H. The steamships tho S.ttoy thcator in dctolH-r- , w .11 W sung by Miss Nuuoy Mcintosh, a nativa New York, Campania and Uallottrgoguo of t lovohiml, tl. bi ought IS, 475,000. hen-tnfor- e -1 uch Is the rtstrilnlnu Influenee of the pie, eten after .lection, that I believe nn lliruuth all Ihe lls,;ulne, through all th' rr.a-K- s which ihUelertlen has thrown oter the sirir( of the net. rihcless those wlshe. sill tp carried out Hut at this prrsenl monnntno man can knoa what will Is- - the nsuiiif Uib action nf this congrrs Usjn Ihe m.nuli' lurrrt of this country 1 will iini unibrtake to dwell at this r- - sent ) eonfnie ihi issue tune fir I di nv wan upin tin h 11 f if n t ir'i f o edini ira le pr r m h ar. ai pren nt 11 abeyance, iik ft itiliihni nt ot slate Minka. an I oirr inaaiUI inmsurrs. whith we may isstily lc 1 have to air jerb with t can rbaracUr : .lnRlr phrase the cons.- - .f Ihe rres m coo '1 Of n of affair. It Is ihe tindlsciterat unci r v o of h the rurrrni laln'y of the future i' i ' ' lie a and the qi.otons of protettion and V' Z revenno inriff from what I haveaaid thai I will txi ti MAI" or Till- - llll I'.OKKK STIIII1. do not regard lb" Shrrm in art as, in Its. t alone, responsible for 1.11. pre- -, nt eondlllon t and otitnince timn suld strip is per-mitl- i rail-maaffairs, that 1 thru the cau.eof our pr. d prior to the day for the upon dUasirr underlie that, thai the necea-- y I'pon this strip of inllllt ns ing of tho lands. stfippa?e of hundreds and thoia-tndIsHiths are to be loootod and clerk all oter Ibis ruun'r la ai the In torn of our e Ni tirthrlP.s. I dotx-llnTlhat ill- - ti-r from the general land nlllco detnllod man act, w lib lh' leruinulatlon of sltttrlnine to take 1 harge nf them The Ixtnthp treasury was the carttiat Indicator of ibe di aster which we a e approaching and that it has will be ii.i.m mcntly located upon lite on tin. In warn-tn- a the regular linos of tratel plaied a psrt not entirely unfortuna-us ibst wrcan Isj saved trom attll further northern utnl luue QiV. tljeftoutliern inUfortune and doubt Ninnilary--anilWi- ll be opmj.for btisl- I lie WIIkhi Hill. ItrTerrlnu ilien 'o Ihe new jwill l condition I ne-sslJ''cfiH.delixin solrrrmugr' K W li la rrfreily ng. W The WilMin which etlsi Mr Heed -- aid tsuiMilns. rfndjbo kepi orLf&i.e.tch'jinslii- f-i 1 l ill winch imssciI the hiius.i. tirnvides tne lhat th dimixratic jiartt I. n n for whaevtr isitira in the future andwb.tS froi fn in. th d r tlie reH.il of Hint portion of the not i .. r does nel ir.-- s ... .1. . rhey hav t if prenlil nt. r. .1.. iiiniiuiscoiiiiiiuctriy unis-iiu- n of .lull It, 1M0. which ntllhorlps the they hate an enermens tna)nrli) ihe bousi of of Hie M,crt,tnry!Hr 1 tly r resenlatites, an the, tvi ih. eLtle "i purchase of silver bullion lij the 1 ibej h'icmiM drslre li nn rl aer-rran - ti'hl trn .,., a 1. 1 1 n n six-fo- - c 11 I ,h Mr. Heed came the fit n ii ulc rule, and so thediy was simply came upon tho floor. in about 11:20, his form towering above n contln unce of tho series of set speeches th il marked the entire week and lhat all his associates on tho floor, and lie- hnto up n 1 blare of oritorlctl pj rotechnlcs will w Ind or lng particularly noticeable Wcauso of Siturdaynght Including all the heavy speak his suit of Kentucky tow, enlivened by ers on both sides. srt Warhiso rot, Aug scarf, making a deep reil Trlday marked another In ercsl him look like a white spot on a dark HIU's spend Ihe silver discussion While It ing eterttn gray back ground was unili iilitettlr an exccllrnl presentation ol don Tr.icy and Mr liland wore busi- Senator Iltlls views - was dlappolntlrg ly engaged In conference with their WhrnMr Hill had - completed Ids address h rellhe- the friends 1 lieutenants preparing for th dccisltc had satl- - led of free sllvir He hidrepeat roi count ot totes. I.nde I'onco. the enthu the friends ly-i- to voto for repeal, and had hltxaoU siastic populist, front Colorado, esrni?ti, ,1J,n ",r "X ly assured Amos Ciimmlngs. ot No ad his tn lotvan Ynik, that tho end was nut yet despite tised the rcjieaj taw as the first the apparent defeat of the advocates of step towanl 're nnng thit Ihe all free, coinage ver purchase m lorn enemy of thi '1 ir 'e.1 rath-- r th ip Tllourke Cockr.trt did not appear until sll er cause c This was the nig lnjibr. after the sjeaker's gavel foil, but alde.1 tho tai e frech and e re of Kffh party dcHlrbusl cntoV upon MeyfrV Hurter, Knynor and Tom I, It roen to ItM u nn The scna e ad turned Mho lands for .Vt tlnAiitvof making a JvSiison. Imved and journcd until tj , . tne h ise Fridiy walioinestrad entjy Yrllleis.dec1arn-tor- t bed met) t ith anticipations of victory Hot sk-- TIi from Mr yiVrr the speaker commanded order tarledbynn exb il n 1 nil htatefjpent 'X'gtVml upon h tfltvn t e ixh discourtesy ' o Illand, and nn lot will ncftny etorj seat 111 tho hall was bv Ihe Juvertlt ri Vr Hi of x is gen tHji lie iirlt "then lillcd, An, unmistakable evidence of tho oral Ins I een th' ixxitim f ext ndln? ihe tlve ' meaper who snow imjjnn:w iii.iKci occiartiiioii interest 111 tho matter In minute rule at tv in' rterv Iter (iial,tlf-'atlonto make tSttcli Mn.S hiCJif. Chaplain ll.uldatt.iy pr.ijed desired to speak ingertho he r i'e was prac w " an I I'rldiy il .h or statemeii or -- Jo settlo upon a trt ami lu n toiac inaudible at a tlcall nbtndoi were loth it Pend'eton. let male .1 t..wn 1,.. --v ...a- ,urTT,Liillllill JprtivjiH distance of more than 10 feet from the Ilrlif remark mi. Jl llll ' rii 1M01. 1'gott Ctllosrirs, Cxi Mil sfaetort In the otlWrs for nn csneelnl L'lft of wisdom Moare, (Mich.) osb Ala. Ilnrrowx. (Mich (III... .rr neer ill .rkIis.iN' Y 1. iyi the Ixxith ivrtilb'iitn will nnd Judgment to rightly settlo tho Marsh.ey, Kllue iTeun I, llraw (S C Uoillter ! such oibcors pcrlnittlhg Uiel arlirwho grent question lie fore the house. nr.d Grout. Vt iti.i lies tlie declaration to go Jijion tly - J-The resolution contained in theordcr WAsiu.sr.TO.s t.rsAvr No session outlet at the time fixed for tbo Ripen- 'of procedure on the silter question was Saturdiy I'artios in.iUitig these declara- reported bv the clerk, providing for a ing Hot'si Tre rtliht debate In the hou-- e etl n quired to nl.tlR tote llrst upon free coinngo of silver tit closed Satur In Mimrs lb an and Illand ad tions will IsIn dressed ihe ho. jt cn,th nl li before the let land "oflleers the pr. sent ration of 10 to 1. At hy Mr Wilson the aftirnwi 1. r other oflleer who may take then Kepresi-ntutitM.si-rllaily, of Texas asked the rte Ins True) iN Y '. s Tllows V Y hoincstead 11tli1l.it its that all the tf le Mi if 111 the otont of nil the amendments stono (Ky V .1. n It in and II 'ndrix contained in their declaration! im bided 111 the order being defeated, it KHhlaa Y spok nt ihe hots" odjvirned 1 The ofll-- would W in order to propose an addiate true in etorv particular n st tote will betaken Mon rs of the niled States are exproivslj tional amendment germane to tho sub- nullAsm . - .sj s,ATK-T- hc W s.ntic liurgrsl to pot nut no party without a ject Speaker ( nsp replied that as at Monday, tWt . derided that Mr ' ' Mr tl.en, of Wash crtillcate to occupy or enter upon anj present advised he would answer no, Man I e, if si' n at and that a gov part of the nutlet. The laud ofllces that the order prot ides exhaustively all Ington nre no trw right to appoint a crnorofa stn w ill bo open for business at 12 noon on . uis' d hy th exp ra that the house mat consider; but that senator to th th.- day nl the opening. rn t t happening by rrslg tt hen the time 0.11110 to formally present tlon of a regu ., 1 hi house bill to rejiea Kan , Aug. 2.1. The the question, the gentleman from Texas tittlon orothi iih t.ssAs Cnv, the senate anu is nil . f the Sherman troops nf I'tiltcd States cavalry which might W heard , n n tn on llnacce Mr Vour to li.n-been driving out intruders from Itet McMillan, of Tennessee, desired referred the t Un nun Iter, announcing hces, chalrmm theiliorokco strip ptoparatory to the to offer nn amendment providing for that there we t. n pi t u lion by the com 1, it if wax risen In Ihe liiing of that country to settlement, tho fit.- - coinage of the pr.xluct of the ndttec, Tai would li ite about completed their work. silt or mines of the I nited States: but senate Mund -- i Mi ni Mi Uednesdat beon thf tl .ti I t ert one on the strip has Wen coin-- Mr lllaiid objected to even hut lug It address the m.l tn Mr Walcott for Thurs sliver questlui Hod to mote out road, sat ng that such a proposition was day, 1" baring been read AtiKA.vsts Un, Knu , Aug. 23. llot'si- - Tti W not free coinage at all offered his tlrsi .News thnt the Chenikoc strip would be The roll call was then called upon the Moiidtr, Mr n ml ili Mi nage at the present amendment tl it of fre. 1. o.i nod St'iteiuber 1(1 caused the great- amendment to the silter bill, providing ratio rf I" t. -- ant it dc featcd, yeas 111, est excitement among the boomers. for the free coinage of silver at the ratio nays SM, Tin ec nt t. te was 03 tho 17 10 I '1 iiesdny night there was a mammoth of 10 to It resulted- - Yeas, 123; nays, ratio, and t - lefeate.1 yeas ,H t. ivs 510 drmoust ration tt ith a parade, boutlrei 52.1. Messrs. Shell and (inihntu were TholStol.tai i.rd wasit. r. 'ealed. by a tote of came the '.) to Th' and spi oches. The people seem to havo paired, the former in favor of free coin- jeas 104, naj 5 amendmtti' sul ihls n turn was defeated age. puie mad with delight. though It i d more irccg h. the voto stand tit'iiiiiip, O. T., Aug. 2.1. A number 1:1 nn "' the proposition to re 'Ihe Ohio delegation, with two exf Cherokee strip boomers camped in enact the Itland A Its ia act as proviso to the ceptions, toted solidly against free repeal bin recclwl the strongest support, but (he Arkansas valley flats were driven coinage at a was br a majirttyof 77 out bt a sudden rise of the river, losing sentatitos Donovan atrn c.iTaWsOK. rvn Vlinn n bill defeated the Sherman law was to repeal rMrli toted The their wngons, teams, tenia, etc., and It with the lllatid followers and the bal- then on nud resulted Yeas Stu, nays ton Is feared that several of them were ance of the delegation t Woman llrowns llrrself. voted with the drowned. A family which attempted administration forces ( sion, o, Aug. 2s. Anna C.raWr. to ford tho Salt I ork Is reported to Tho follow Ing members of the Ken- dross Miaki r of West Hrooktlcld, hired hate been swept away. tucky delegation toted In support of a Im. .t at Mi or." lake After leaving a Thn I'nlon I'acltlc Itailroad company the Ill.tnd amendment: Stone l'liyntcr. bri. ' n de iti tho Wat sho jumped over-bhas closed a contract for a special train Hills Montgomery and Oiwxlnight. hi The body has not been found of l'lilluuiti cars to emit ey 400 prominent 'Ihe balance of the llltto Crass states- 'I In him is supposed to W temporary Mormons of Salt Lake to Chicago to men went with tho majority against im ut il dls'rration. the result 01 an ne-freo coinage. ciih nt sot oral years ago. celebrate I'tah day at the fair. Ilie liar .Xsiinrlat Ion's .Meeting. ring-- from elloir fever. Fit Only I'ltlsens W'siiled. Mint ti ht"r. Wis., Aug. 20 Cor the Atiii.nh, (ia , Aug. 2.1. Yellow fever sicond time in the history of tho organ tsiits.. rnx', Aug. 20. Senator (oil- has broken out afresh in llmnswlck. uatlon the annual convention of tho lingi r vanilay Introduced a bill pro- and a telegram stating that 2.000 pcopl from th American liar nsMicIatlou will Is- - held vidmg f"r tho dismissal would lento there and asking if Athens in tho west, nil of the previous llftcon government service pf all persons not would be open to thoni was received gatherings, with one exception, having eitleiis.'f tho I nited States, anil pro hero Monday afternoon Tho matter Won hold In the eabt. This year's tenting their further employment lu was laid before tho city council, which gathering will convene, in this city the serine. wns In session when the message came. Thursday, and many of the delegates I.eele I'atleiit Sol, Ides. Leading physicians were consulted and hate ahoady arrived, while many more lMtviiril Haley, upon their adt ice that 110 yellow fever are in Chicago attending the exposi1'lTTsiica.nil. Aug. 2'1. could spread here It was decided to tion for a few days en route. The prin- the lean Imuieiehuut tailor of Moiiouga-lit-li- t t nf ftticidrd by cutting his throat open the gates of the city to all refugee ciple aim of the association Is the ear lie had Wen a hard and advice to this cIToct was sent the unlfnrmitt lit state legisla- frmu oij mayor of llriinswlck An epidemic ii tion, especially ns regards certaiu driiilur fiJiears, trmk the Koeley euio hint insane expected in llriinswlck. win. li important subjects. fotir-in-lnn- d Ctt-tTr-Sen- R..i tlon of Mr Lee Mantel, an appointed er.atoi n resolution reviving tho from Mi ina ctme up. It w is deferred, how act of ls7s. ever inn Friday at I 'clock, whereupoi "The Influences that have Wen Mr I'efffr rrsum d his speech. Hoi sr Thursday In the house was dlsap brought to War upon our men have was Ihe first five had their efToct and I should not bu pn'nllnjr lieItand by general day nder th"lltrl expectation minute surprised to see the W llson bill go Interchtnjf-- of repartee, shnrpened h par through the senate some dny soon with tlsanshi bad teen looked for Ihe gallerlr. wcrn wpI ruled, and there was a larger attend no little friction " sild Mr V.lnnd ance of members than has graced the house an) The leaden of the house attracted day but the debate was dixippolnt the usual amount of attention ns thcy Ing Nor' nf the members were confined tr Illunil-Allisoi s nays. 231 The public galleries of the hall of the house of representatives were filled 10 o'clock, and inomWrs wore in their seats on the floor at that hour. '1 he surrounding corridors and lobbies wore also filled with a throng of people curious to know tho outcome of the oratorical contest which has Wen going on in the chamber for fourteen dnj s. 1 hese people struggled for points of view, and perspired freely from their exertions. 'Ihe atmosphere was hot and muggy: heat clouds lowered over tho city, nnd there was no breath of air stirring. The practical outcome of the votes to W taken was conceded on nil hands tn W the defeat of every proposition relating to the freo coinage of silver at any ratio with gold, and nlso of the In-f- legs wns broken In two places and his body mashed while at work for tho nnany xtnlottil established In Ken ina.'''' tucky: Alley, Afcnefeo county, K. Amburgcy, postmaster; Ilnlliinl, Anderson county, Austin 0. Cnldwcll, postmaster; Singleton, Mcado county, Win. II. Singleton, postmaster. annual convention ol Tub rlfty-thlrthe Kentucky Christian Missionary society met at rrankfort, a few days ago. About 400 delegates from over the stato Ihe ri. in the house for Ihe set speechis o were present The report of. tho board tblrtt lau'es, and In ordir that none of thi of managers was made following tho - mlht be disappointed In their desln mi mto pk r n the u estlon of silver the hou.f president's address. It shotted receipts began iw sr.lon at lOo'c'oik. The debate wai for thevear for state work of 1 10, 148. 70, open. tij: Mr Stone il'a le. behalf of the un and for missionary purposes of all sorts ronUitl nal repeal of Ihe herman l lie loo tfi0.412.20 The report shotted that in the nn tsl lowever. that the much iitiui-e-i ministers Shermai lav was not alone reponlble for th( evangelical work forty-fou- r unsittid nimlltlon of thP financial affairs 01 were cmploted In the field, who report no doubt but 1,131 ntldttlnna; days of work. fl,139; thecoir.trv ll hid some effect tho principal reason was the threats of Ih preached, 4,09; demo, ra s ;alnst the MrKlnleylaw Mr Hear ntitnWr of sermons s orand Mr fmert (S. Yi followed They alst churches aided, Ml Sunday-schoolThe treasurer's resjioke f r meonditlonal repeal Other speaker, ganized, forty-twwere Mr Fitch iN Y for repeal Mr Dal port shotted a deficit of about 1500, ie.1 l'.i for repeal. Mr Hatch iMoiforfrri which was quickly made np, silrrr Mr Cfimmlngs (X Yi for repeal Mr Turner 'A for free lolnaje Mr Wolkei Joux C. Sun i.lt, in the cofTeo and Vtas firVieal McUuiro iCal ) and foffecn spice mill business In tovington, has iW vo f r sllter made an assignment for his creditors' VaI1IJ It, Aug S.V SfNATIt Thursdaj Wneflt was det .tc fin the senate to Mr I'effer I'mi. DcvHitKt, who shot and killed speech At o'clock, the morning hour hat Ins expired ihe motion lo table Senator Ar.dcr llruce l'urdom, wns tried at I.IWrty son's in' 'on to reconsider the contestet elec and bound over to the grand jury In tho d t V 5 o 1 1 lcxington I.umWrCo. One of TaatTe'n -- ta s f'i 3'ttl r2r",'.i " itn-iI tu lt,twtaBil t- -c lem-x- lcerinireyuappcar.at ,j li s m 1 1 T-- -- sum of 1500. At Newcastle an Italian peddler was assaulted by a Negro named Taylor, and terribly Watcn. The cause of tho assault is not know n. I'fnmons were granted the other day Original. Widows, etc, as follows: Minor of Marlon McClindon, Henderson county; Sarah It. W illlams, Sebrec, Webster county; I.ucinda Klley, Louis-vilJefferson county, Mary Illldc-branDallam's creek, Logan county; Ann Cox, Louisville, Jefferson county. The Louisville boanl of aldermen the other evening adopted a resolution requesting the mayor to advertise for proposals nnd carry Into effect the ordinance providing for the establishment of a police telegraph system. NF.An Heaver. Ford county, William Jones, son of Caleb Jones, tho notorious feud leader, nnds Henry llcntly I went to aged Morgan Turner's dcncenn.1 put a rone around his necK to make him tell where his money wns. About the time he was drawn up a young man named Martin, who was living with Turner, appeared on tho scone with a Winchester rifle nnd shot Junes through the body, killing him instantly. He then shot Hently thn-times, but not fatally, ltently escaped. T. It. Tiri'FTT, of How an county, was nominated by the democrats for repre dissentative from tho l, d. reel-!?,:ilatli-Kotvn- T i' ; tthllp coupling W'm. II. MlTCHFM, cars in the Cincinnati Southern yards, Lexington, was caught Wtween two lrawheads and terribly mashed In tho groins. At Camp Knox, while In a fit of mel ancholia, Mrs. Martha Mc.Mahan poured coal oil all oter herself and lighted her clothes with a match, burning to a crisp. Aimiun Watsov, who murdered Cain at Independence, Amanda about a tear ago, was captured tho other night ot Frankfort Ho escaped from tho Covington jail aWut tlve since tricts, I . di-.- lt . I state-molli- 1, . 11 1 . months ago and has Wen nt largo ever While drunk nnd gambling aWutj l'ark II ill Camp grounds, James l'ayne, of 1 leming, shot and fatally wounded Mort Ferguson, ol Ulue Lick Springs, l'ayne was terri bly cut in tho head and breast by a knife In the hands of Ferguson. Ho lies ina critical condition. The camp meeting ttns largely attended, about 000 jieople passing the gates, Jim Hookfh, colored, aged 17, was shot and killed nt Sixth and llroadway. Louisville, bv Frank Smith, a whito boy, of about tho same age. Wuii.k stealing a ride on tho Ohio Valley railroad, at Hopkinsville, Allen Floyd, n colored youth, fell under tho w heels and one of his legs was cut off between tho knee and thigh. Ho received other serious, if not fatnl inter nal injuries. At Leatherwood John Wllklns, colored, fatally cut his xvlfe and escaped. Jamfs M. Kino, a wealthy farmer, residing isoino four miles east of Adnlr-vllldischarged n load of buckshot Into William Fuqna, a young man ot Adairville. Fuqua will probably er. Disagreement about the rent ol a farm, of which King was the lessee, was tho cause of the trouble. King hud onlered Fuqua not to come on the one mile from re-c- , 11 I -- , 11 1 - nna-iib- 1 I -- Ing-y- eas 1 rntlcj,. 1 o place. A reach ruiiM of physical culture within of all is found In n rule laid down for yntmif women by Mrs. HridRct Mntfiilro, of Now Vorlc. Tako the acopa) .I... ... y.iiu l.t.vl. I.tillti mitiifi .. tiriitti1 In llm iiiit ,..v... ,......v ttr u..n.... liniuls, whioh should bo held at half- leach reversed jfrasp, allowing tho bushy Mirtlonof thoscopai to rest upon the lloor, and ho'dinir tlruily to tho Ilond tho upper end of tho hauillo. body slightly forward, kIo the nrini u J Iloriiwnrth, a tt I'rnnkfort tailor, was run down by a lover Leaf switch engine Sunday morning and horribly mangled. lloruwnrth wai deaf, lie leaves a wife and child. llonlneMH Causes Jlealli. KiiANKroitT, lnd. Aug. JS Snmuel I'aiiih, ly., Aug. 'JH, Mfrcil Ward was shot and killed at t Inysvllle, at 'J horizontal imnement, lift the Kcopiu o'clock Sunday morning, by Ike Willloth (,rmiio of craps, hllljhtly nnd inovo one foot bofoie tho liams, over other Itepe.it these, movements until parties were colored. Wnnl was '!! tho scopio has been brought In coutuut years old nnd was from In; in la. stiirilorer eacmeil it Ith avory portion of ! 11 Nogroes(.ip..tiiriler, 4P. lb s, llrioliitlon In I omli.it lag lellow Trier. Mandiinl sllteo Hollars. xi......... 1... . i... , .till' . O Witi:nxs, t.,i, Aug 211 The no- I I I tSAIIIMI 1'txMit tug. 2'i A I'aimma news W tsiiiM.-ioAug. ,'0 Tho issue of ' , lotllll ,,l'"i at a picnic in Casey oonnt v. Hevere bu-- 1. 1. .1.1 ...twin- - ..r i:," iirillnon I ... itinl.i.n.1 mtptmr. p.iK'r s (hero will bo new V ... . ...r lnod that stnndnrd silior dollars from the mints was mad because I'unlom would not sum iiaic, 111 me oniorci V . tr.igua within a fortni-rh- t i.iriru cstfltiuBL" ' 1'" I'.iriiiimis mr eoiiioaiiug ail tlon it mid treisiii, ofllces for tho week ended his children to a school tnujjht by m'tiiiii-- - in ,t i'iii'w ii'ht iio.criiiiicni Its stn 'I' "I is based 011 an Intermit send August ,0. Is.i.l, was rilAn.Ttl); fur the .1.1101111 UCCOIltllblo suitor 1.. .. Dotero's son Ilo has killed threo other , . iiuuits f,..i,t,nuino nispeciors nave iieott sla- with n. I'la.is, who says tho cnnospniiilllig pofiisl of Isffi, Ktlll.tlll. 'P'y ,'."V'.rm" company. at Wat cross and .lostio. ttlilo . .onservotives will Invito (ion men. tt I ho shipment of fractional siltor polos l)u Hfohuk II, Wtiiisn. of Lotus-vllle' nn" "' , force -. canvass in llrtms- - Sacnsa t return nml aid In tho oter-llinifrom ugiist I to August l!0 aggicgnted died in his 7tth car of disease of relay ' 1" Is'ilasloep W 1th V ihiyu bofoio dl pro!,., bit rot call, number of tho inoeliu,' of ...I l.i.. klv voung nroiiiers inn. n.j. - ." fnio.isa tho heart Dr Walliug was tbo oldest .... 1,. uucciiiii---.. - """- -' the c "ti cut OAsoiubly Sopteintior -i- 1110 oau ho rotiirneil practitioner of medicine in tho city, and -- .!. ..." .1 .1... ...i.ii.liid. - of the night V , storm blow down ., build- the 'I ho Usual Itosuli. , .. ,J ,.,,. ... . IUIIIV.-..il' iv 1. ,n II11II1111 rpliyr a Mason of prominence t I'liy.lelan ll.'ciiiiies it Forger. "" iiiiiiuic.i carpon- next t'llV U" ullH nrresioii "i"" I utitnt, NoU. Aug. 8U, MlssCkunii I 'ho I of Ve- lltuiif. Aug '.'"l The linuil Amos l'ti.xu shot and probably fatalHi) confchsed tho ci'lino a'- - "7worl: robulldliig tho camps, 'uViereJ hiiip'cioii. Sun 11 I . AttK 20- .- Dr. A. l anile, .1 telephone girl, attempted to llohortv !. a ' 0VAn in Hrtinsw loli Is extreme- - a prom , ' physlelnu of Ihls city, has ly wounded Jnmes Duer, n young light n U e with l.orostno Monday nnro. ltuh.liu. been slrticu Uiilnl dupAncd H. tcr two d"V. clone Mnny porMiiia wore liirt.ttion Is staring htm- - fled oft r forting uotei. unil chgijKa Mi farmer, nt Duer'o mill, near Praukun. night If she rocotop. she will be I oiihldci ode da 111a '.'c duuo lo pioportv vrffilo In the face l'ayne escaped. oter i foi life. Defy 1 litilib.il uf 1. Ini,e Ainnilnl r g, (itt ro.s, l'a , Aug is II eiiim- mrmbor of the linn "' inig A t.iocco, who aro bail im, a lumber rullro..d fn in ustin to t iub place, wns robbed of 111. 000 w li le asleep In n farm housn tt'iore he taed 0110 night. Tl ero la small prnsxct of tho capture of tho thief, who is to bo a I'roHclunan 1 il Ihey 1 V the 11 l.i. 7.H." 4..nsix.-i..- mi' 11 At Mt Sterling John Samuels committed suicide by drow nlng. Financial troubles and insanity. Suit for IIO.OOO damages has Wen filed In the circuit court at Hopkins-vlllagainst the Ohio Valley railroad, by J WebWr Davis, of near Hopkins-vHlefor the killing of his son, Marlon Davis, a brakeman In tho employ of the railroad, who was cremated lu the wreck at Morftanfleld last June. Dli W. K. La.it) ton", the well known veterinary surgeon and breeder, of Lexington, wus thrown from a thoroughbred colt and set eroly hurt. Ills nose was broken, and his f.ico and head badly bruised and cut I. 11. l't'KlioM, n ttclltodo farmer ol this county, was murdered by l'hil e e ","" i 1 i' 11 let-ol- . 1 r..' .. .,.., . "'"".." '""" .i- ! N.oa-ragm- it tt - 1 w- - I'Vi-V'- ,,y" v- -J ' d 'I n.ft-s- T Mtn tfiA s. rv gjua1 -- j u "tmuuy-ri- jijf. -- . ,jv. ,:""yo - m A SmiL lw. ' :st "" .. i.. t - - ii qwwWPBlWMilp--piprw--MjMWaMMJ ...Ji 1 -- " Am liCWkBB TJ,"i i5.'' .. ,,, s V THE HICKMAN COURIER. l'lihllNliril lit cry 'rlilny by WRi '.TV.T '" : y$ i' a .I2011GE WAUKKN, Hickman, Kontucky. OfureJicaaoa Slrrtt nil Jour to Oily 1 JH THE HICKM fa TBMOVDwnxmvrBTArm."' ,, t-- 4 t." ' -a I I U IX . IV-a- FINE JOB PRINTING ICXTXOUXICD I1TI IEATHE3S AMD D1SPATC1 BALK BILLS, -i - J..t ilKOItilK WAltllKN. ;. wp.aiin, IMItnr. Assistant Vrloo r HubHurlptloii, $1.00 A KSTABUSHKD 1859. The M -- HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. FRAUD nrjit's I'alr CHAHUbU. "'' Kff., f RWAYi SEJ nun .1 w ' v-T- vnafRRIl rrao 8 r" orl T.I I m ENVELOPES, LETTER HEAD? BILL MEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC , ETC VOL. XXV.IJ&. K Vit, KildilyajUe4 T I lifcaWPeTW1117 NO. M. OAIX AND SEE US. A IIIkIiI Iiiteatla-alliiiIn lm .Madrid the Mnltrr. Cint'Atio, Aug. 39. -- Immediately nftcr tho rolbcnll In the nntlnual commission, A irxn'iloxr. for uoo on the L'rld of Mercer, of Wyoming, Commissioner Vinltlo I oiiii of our wnr nppllnnces. Hie lltillil'iiR Wrnkril ami ,e Orrnpsnli arose to a iticstion of privilege, and The w Ire, u mllo lonjf, U wound In a Kmrlniril In tlnir- - Kiplnalnn made a vehement denial of the charges Itialon In ltlilsurrrilnn -kind uf brcast-plntworn liy n soldier, tnndengiilnsl him, that he had attemptScleral l.rM. I rni I rrmalliin. head-gea- r nnd to tlio la attached the ed to extort money from an exhibitor. slinpln receiving nnd transmitting Ho concluded by asking that a comI.OIISVII.I.K, Ky. All)f 81. Th mittee W unpointed to iuvvstigata the of ltccson, Commissioner Brneery store of Uiula IkmmIIiiiIi n charges fclllr building linn overreached lUclf. Market street, was then took the floor, destroyed by n Oklahoma. lli now record breaker. Comnania. flrcce I'onllnL'nition Sutidilv mornlnif. J and denied his In the guilt villi engines of l!,000 horse power, A little was 3 mo mutter. A resolution teirlblc must lm docked nnd materially evpliMlons after o'clock three one nn mi following ipilckly adopted culling for the nppointincnt of strengthened In a structural way tn re- other, wrecked thn whole building and n committee of six to make Inquiry Into sist tlm enormous strain Imposed by blew the entire front out on Market the sc.indal In compliance with this such machinery street. The llrst and second hlorles acting President Pcnn appointed Comtumbled In, flames shot up on all sides, missioners Tousley, Kwlng, ilassey, Is riiiuorrd in Now Vork that Miss and within a few ll mluutcs the entire Kxall. Allen nnd Wiggins on the InvesHelen !ould, eldest daughter of tlin three-storbrick lillldlritf wns envel- tigating committer. lute financier, Is planning the erection oped. Then John Hoyd Thachcr, chairman of n hospital lorn-omeMlssOuuhl In IaiuU (looilbttb, his wife, three chil- of thn executive committee on awards prolmldy the, richest heiress in Amer-la- - dren ami a nephew who were asleep in eiiiuo forward with affidavits from tho her fortnim being estimated nt the second and third storks were officials of the Carey Hufo Co.. cbaricluK from IIOW.OW) to IS,(H0,((M. 2,J0O, thrown from tholr ImmU by thcorce of that J. Ihe'exploslon arid went downSslth Ilia fnJ llli'lll for aecnrlug 'a favor-abl- e ' A MRvonur. is to lm ereted to tho lilazlnir Interior. All seemed lyst, but awnnl for their company. poetess Hllr.ileth receive the remlriiculously they escaped is Katie The commission did not executive comtha inhabitant of l.cdbury, l.'ng., tho (iikkIImiIi, port, but Instructed the the seventeen 'ear-ollioina of her childhood It Ik to tako (laughter, sleeping In a rear room on mittee on nw arils to find out the facts the form of n clock toivrr and an Instb the second floor, saw and felt the Mr. IHgWe declared the charge to W , tule consisting of reading-roomsfrightful blao and tho trembling absurd and absolutely false, na at tho Illirary, and ofllccs and la Moors, frantically she ruhed Into her time the nlllihivit was made, August 1, to cost llu.o' parents' apartments In front Nearly tho judges of safes hnd not Wen apHe nl so said it would W Idlnded by the hravy smoke she found pointed 1,H'A. telegrams are now transmit-te- d her nay to the street window, and, absurd for him, n furniture Juror, to through pnrmnntle tulies in most thinking only of escaping the Mamcf ask a brlW of an exhibitor with whose of the cities of (irent llrllnin At pros-cmil death among tho falling MinWa, department ho had nothing to do. He nlxnit fifty miles of Kiieh tnln'H nre sprang ouL concluded by saying he intended to In 0Mmtlin, reiiuiriiijf nn OL'tfretrnte of Among the excited passers-bwho bring action In the court for damages 4D0.h(tro power and trariMnlltlnif n had (.topped amazed at t!.J ApHM,lOII tigiiliist the parties accusing him. dally ncrajre of lOA.OOO meNi;ra or and caring" upon the burning Imllding vo.vuu.ixpu annual)' IN JAIL. was Tony I In gun. lie saw the frantic ""-" form at the window, lie was In tho The IHkIiwsv llolider who Klllnl llrnry TllK IVnnvt Irauta Atnte IxHird of middle of the street, and, divining thn Ifrlinlrk Captured. reports a reduced yield of terrified girl's Intention, sprang forDlNUl.l.i, 111., Aug Sti. The highcorn, npples, x'rln's Muck-lerrl- e ward, and as she jumped wui way robWrs who killed Henry llelmick on account of the underneath with arms outstretched. In his buggy while returning from and utji I'cniisyl-Mdrouth. In southeastern He" caught her and sATid a life. Chicago last Friday night nre in Jail. dairymen have Wen compelled to Mrs. (loodbub and her little (laugh Oncof the gang, Charles Harris, a young feed hay and train to their cows to ter with her husband, painter IT veurs of age, recently of Minnie. make up (or the ?rcat drcreme In Uio were In the front second-storroom, I hiengu, confessed that he, llurvey nmouut of utsture hhe was awakened by the frightful Pate, Kilns nnd Frank Starr sound. Seizing the child, and crying Mcleiikins f this city, made to the Montreal paper to the husband, she ran to the window up the plan at a saloon III this city. Aiiinniiin orer (t.OOO of the a nnd Inns resident and got out on the awning frame. Pate formerly worked for Helmlck and In the New KiiKlnnd state have reThe awning frame gn.e way and knew he had money. The arrests ure below very important, ns this gang has comturned to Canada within the past two they were dropped on the bricks weeks, on aeeouut of the closing of tho Xlr. (Joodbub, on lelng aroused, rushed mitted robWrlcs all over eastern Illimills and fActories In which they wrie. to the rear door and called to his son nois. The farmers from tho region employed To the alxive 0,000 should l.ouls and his nephew John, who wero where llelmick lived were in the city lc added the nnnnmlcred thousands sleeping on the third fhor The wife Monday and armed to the teeth and a of other operative who arc either Idto and child had lied the flames. Km n tic lynching may follow In N'ew Cnitland or employ, for their safety, he ran onre alsuit the Tin-- ) Mole hnto anil All. burning room with Ita filling floors. inent In other states. lnd.. All? 30 Three On nt lost reaching the resr door he nnd the ne.l mmnent wns burglar entered the general store of TllK ohalrof KnRlish literature In tho rushed Ohio MUte. I'nlverslty Mvmi to carry ! precipitated In the fiery furnacu ImMow, sargcan and Sclinlteld n'. Crlssuum, with It a singular fatnlltj to Its oocu-- . out of which he made Ida way to an this eountv. nnd nftcr securing n lot of merchandise, loaded their pa u I 1'lrst. I'rof. MUllkin held it alley Ills on followed -- sin after. I lot h were frightfully safe, containing over S'J.OOO, on burned. The four years and died, lie was succeeded by I'rof. Miort, who died ut the end of nephew was luckier, lip reaped with trucks and wheeled It down the railWhile In tho act of 'I he father and road half a mile. n four years' oeciiwnry. I'rof. A II. n few slight burns. Walsh then took the chair He lived brother wero tnken to tin- - l'.irm r's cracking it they were surprised by the A owners, when the thieves commenced Just four years, and was succeeded four llmno hotel, suffering terribly years ago by I'rof A K Chalmers who physician wns called nnd put them shooting. Their fire was returned by Ml the other gentlemen, one of the robWrs MIdh. Is dying nt under the Influence of morphine. Sunday being ,shot. The thieve .win followed of the Injured were restiu-'-jagajarloj-terwhere ttiev WfAlrhOMmr.siliyslclan uf Illn Janeltv l llr. IVunlngos I'reire, claims to havn The WIWiii Itlll. discovered the specific germ of yellow the origin of w hleh can noiWrx plained. Wakiiisoios, Aug, St'. The Wilson n numWr of coal oil barrels fever and to le able to apply a preven- reaching btll. which passed the house, provides tive vaccine and thus effectively stamp for the rcpc.il of that portion of the net WITH A RAZOR out the disease The New York Mediof July 14, lsyo, which authorlrcs the 1'relro to provo llul.rrt llalur,' Thr.Mtt cal Iteeord urges t t ut from 'st purchase of silver bullion by the secrehis claim in Mime locality like Santos I to tary of the treasury; that this act shall where the disease is epidemic nnd so J' ( HAl;l.r-irov- . Holin . Aug 2" not Imp ilr. or in any manner affect the have hit name go down tho ages with er! Haines aged IT. was found nent l trtider iiinlltj of the standard other great benefactors of man- - Thurmond with his throat cut from eat silver dollars heretofore coined, nnd It the to ear and n rnzor still sticking in the is declared that the I'nited states shall w fill nil. He was eared for and when lie of the two metals a grredy black regained consciousness he sail that he maintain the parity TllK elm tree gold nnd silver, ut the established ratio norm, l doing great mischief to tho and un undo by mnrrtnge. I Caldor such other mtio us shall W estabwith which thestriH-tstalely old . Va.. ond well, at Prince by law. ns are shaded. work for the llojal I oil and Coke Co. lished of .all Connecticut low Troops fur Hie I ml I.i u Territory. The worms speedily strip the trees of They hnd eniiiped out near Thuruiond their leaves which turn yellow and und w hen near a creek I nldw ell insisted Ciiiruio, Aug. '.v. Orders, were reoften fall In showers Many haudiomo on Itulnes going oil the road n few steps ceived nt unity headquarters from almost mined to get a itrjnk of water. They got tho Washington .Monday directing that a elms hascalrcudy by them, nnd the dally press teems with water and decided to tnke a sleep under command ls given fur troops of tho editorials and letters from rorresjnid tho shade. This is tho last he remem- third cavalry, now stationed sit Kort cuts, telling how the pest may bo do-- i bers, llalnes say Caldwell got only t'J. lilley, Kus, to proceed nt once to the troyed. nssistance of the troops In the Indian Cnhlnell Is still nt large. Territory. This is for the purpoo of Ir may have surprised some folk to assisting In keeping the Cherokee strip .Mutineer-- . Keuteiiced to Death. learn that It would require lire years of .Sax riisMisco. Aug St. The trinl clear of Intruder until r.outi for the mints of the I 'tilled Mnte.s gov III. when the strip will W legalof Herman Sperf and linns Hansen for eminent to coin IOT.000,000 silver of Morris Kltzgerahl, ly opened. the murder but the time is not so surprising second mateat sea bark llesper, closed of tho rseiisntlonnl IMrorc" Suit. when one has done a little figuring. In the I'nlted States court Kridiiy Aug. 2R In her bill for diThe mints have scarcely 300 full work- night, nnd tho Jury found Imth ing day In the year, or less than 700,000 ilefendanta guilty. Thomas SL Clnlr, vorce filed by Mrs Hell II. Ilassett ngulnst Wm K. Ilassett, of this city. working minutes in five years. To coin memWr of the crew, was It is alleged that llussetteoiisplred with WT.OOO.OOO In that tlnio, therefore. It another a similar charge the wife of n wealthy farmer nniiu-on would le necessary to turn out tnoro convicted somo time ago and sentenced to W Stone, now living near Nashua, la., to than 10 dollar pieces per minute. hanged. An apcal In hla ense Is murder Stone, get n divorce from his i men had formed a plot tho widow of Tlirni: nro 3.M1 miles of railroad In to murder The officers ond take control own wife nnd then marry by the letters the South Dakota and tho property Is as- of the vessel, which wns near Tahiti nt Mono, who, as evidenced put her own attached, w.is leady to sessed nt the rate of J.T.3H a mile, or a In Irons It la the time, but they were placed second husband out of the way that she might total assessment of toj4,.V)0. marry Ilassett. they had murdered the said that some of the roads In tho stuto atter by cutting him down with nn nx mate IViillrntlnry fin-I-d IV. lat year did not earn their operating nnd throwing his body overbourd. 1'or example, It cost tho e Motto WKiKi.n, ICy., Aug. 29. The Chicago and Northwestern railroad jury in the lieorge Uehiney enso reTlirt lelMte Kmlisl. They found IIS.ftM more toojiernte the properly In field tiny turned a verdict of guilty. Aug. 2S.-WasIIIMITon, South Dakota than the receipt tho defendant guilty of murder us Saturday closed tho charged In amounted to, while tho Grand Island of oratory which the house over tho the Indictment, and fixed and Wyoming Central tdiowed a deficit fortnight's deWteinWen followed by n his punishment at contlucmeut in the silver (iiestlon haa of tM,Vi3. penitentiary for life, lleyond Wcoin-luremarkable rjulot and un nterrstlng n trille p.ilo, Oelaney did not show Uiv In view of the fad that riKAWillMi jmrtlea nt Johnstown. Sunday. liny emotion when tho verdict wns anI'll., lmvo Wen finding valunblet lost house will vote Monday, first upon fre nounced. A motion will be made for a coinage amendments at varl"itii rntln new trial. during tho I1oh1. A lew days agon gold watch was found, and a from" 10 to 1 to '.'() to I, to the Wilson Sued Ills I'tiiplojcrH. rejHMil bill, then upon the nuu'tidment young ninn named llrown found a I'iikmoxt, ()., Aug. 29. Kugcno M. act and to be very rnliiable.. It reviving the ring said linn Wgun suit ngulnst the Is reported that u Jewel box with finally upon the Wilson bill Itself. Tho Iitinlap Thomson-HoustoCarbon Co., of tills ilhimnnd cluster ring nnd nn lack of excitement Sunday may bo eltj. for 120,000 dainiiges for injuries nn evidence of the general foallino solltulro wero exceptionally 11, 1MI2, whllo in their found. It is also stilted that somo ing that thu defeat of all iimcndmrntn received OetoWr Injured by tho of tho most vnlunblo reco erica huvo and the pnssago of the naked repeal employ. He whs badly pit cuviiig in of tho walls of n Wen kept aocret for feur tho clulnmnta bill by tho houso It a foregone concluin which he was ut work. sion. might make trouble. LAtir Timix, who wRsati bellow t the N')rnKC when tbo married tliu lata mliiiirnl (It wns n lovo mutch), has do HAHKKIiOFCOAIiOlL in tha Store Under a Gro- cer'i Family. ('iiiiulliriers i In TrmJ-hi- e rllnetl toncccpl the M.IKX) ionilin lo which Mm K entitled ns his widow. Explode O o, u. d class-room- s ut y ittoe. U y KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. La,v i.i m Sesulan. Si repafUl I'lrvilatiil Ikih a I roclsuJ. II ' . a ". i ig '. Ukn OPTiililx the tlirrnk r hlrl o ht- Ar Ml, Klicb n team belonging to the WASnlKO' by Wr. Voorhee,. nf In widow Morgan, T ii . n Tho ShcrmiiMJurj;hase Act by a Vote nll w, ... no ugts on ricutri u fnm ilia rteneal -- . v"wiv mi rruirmirrr in. ran away nnd upset large crosd Th gallerlei altrscl. dfana. Asfll.NOTO.v. . S . Autr. President the Sherman Law. of 2404to'IOO. r utmost ranacltv durinir thi tho wagon over a twenty foot embank, were Oiled W menu Kttnk, tho driver, wna Injured (JUtdaud. has Issued a proclamation twfc hours which the chalrmvn of the tininc owning to settlement nnd homestead committee oecfplrd slth an ellort. w hleh hail Internally, while a young son of Mrs. The fine tlrrst Cause of Onr Klnanelafl rntryin Saturday, HeptemWr In, 1M3, A Momentons ITajr In Congress been herald! aould be one of the great orator Morgan was hurt so badly that ho will leal feat of ft life Nearly every teat ontht die. Throng 1'resent InM Ithesslhw I'roeretl. Troulilrs Is the fiiillsemeralil" Unrer-J- I ) noon, lirmoeratla M at it clock lands, central standardy lluiiaa-T- he Mouth and floor of thd, senate wai also occupied. Mr Iurs In the talnll" of Mhal tha time, all thu except those Tiik safe of .T. W. Ham .t Hron., Voorheea wasviot In his test voice, but hl de M est Nearly folld Aealnst thn r.a.U Tarty Mill Ho tMlli tho Tariff. ?, reserved, recently ncoulnil from livery ai fikelble and his diction was marked nt Scottsvllle, was blown open by the by his own tillvlduiity of uric Indian nation and tho burglars and 13,000 In money and Wahiiijkitox, Aug. 29. The houso, nt 'House T)W Brat bill ol any kind to psm the 1111,090 of Allen county bonds stolen. Wabiiinotox. Aug. 28. -I- tho hone Tonkawa nnd Pawnee tribes In tko In- was a senate toll Snlllnlnv Mr Heed, of MuillO. SPOKe Ol ilmn territory, known na tho Cherokee 3:15 .Monday nftcrnoon, completed Ita house paasedTuesday Itreiorlctlons, cih'blti Thomas Hiciiaiidsox attempted to permlttlmr7dcr certain tlw. slti...r.nntloti. There was a breath outlet. vote on the repeal of tho silver pur- frotn the World fair to be trsn ferred to the sileldo nt Hopklnsvlllo by taking an sllenr-illlrintr the delivery. Kol' International Kiposltlon to be held lr ounce ot laudanum. An unhappy lovo less The lnnds now- open to settlement chase elauso of ths Sherman net. Tho proposed are divided Into seven counties. After Wllv n bill wns passed by vote stand ban rranciacaoeit winter II was passed wl.h affair led to the deed. lowing Isn synopsis of his remarks: There U no outdebvte. Heprtenulve Johnson. 10) In- hope of his recovery. In IMihhl... Hf tlim,t -- nntnll ddtlbtS Ol recltlnir the law nnd the treaties with ing: Yeas 2t0. nays, 10V. troduced Jilarord currency eicbangeblll, whlit ftatlIactorUtihn Mi..inm,.r .ih .tmii.A in d .., !., the Indians under which the land was Wasiiimutov, Aug. 2U. Tho houso was referred b tbe committee on banklnj and Hcmk Clay", the ilOO.OOO (orgcr (rom . currency. Tli features of the stiver dcrult Clark county, who Is confined In tho ,brflrU to the. government, the pnicla Monday morning to vote on tho for lilnnd free coinage substitute for the were 'tho aptectei made by HepresentatlM penitentiary, has been notllled that his c ettabllnhrd Iwllet In the wltdom of the aq- inatlon deserlWs the tract reserved the repal MIL andbj Hinnn, Da county clslons ol tocuress CrliUes like Ihe present. seats of the several counties for Iteprraentatlt llrpburs (Is In opposition. wife will apply (or a. divorce. said, ere Inseparable sccdnpanlments of IJ In each of these county scnla four Wilson repeal bill This provides I.ukk TAArrB brought suit at LexHoth wero vinjient and forceful, and each gavi the free coinage of silver nt the present humsn timgrens which Is a irl of upward ere nre reserved for tho slto of a courtratio of 10 to 1. This substitute was a comptehenire array of argument to sustalt ington (or 120,000 damages agninst tho Urts and ol fslls of almmt proportioni oppoalni views their house. ticxlngton Lumber Co. One of Tanffe's Irrijlh Ibeforoitrmaybe charae'erlted In defeated. WAaniHOTJS, Aug. A strln of land 100 feet wide around noe-.wnrd, tba lstur la ooolher worfl. In two places and his There were yrBR onj yn nays n VoorhecB lrfrlced a bill Wednesday nrovld legs ws broken . S iHslrusL' Jiml Immediately within theboundariea majority oi nre affmn&L- ,' n.ac aid Ing that ihYttyt patent Issued to Charles J body mashed while at worK lor TrirM nuclusuons eecur almost now opened U set a.iart, iu.i.mn lumber. )igneVwcleniet In blackboard eraser! "-"- " ousty.alwaji syropiithllcKj. tljwsi 9.HMammmHaU; cstablUhcd In. Ken ' "' " " " " "' IHj"" V TherTT-rtT-i-,r uloaolr'l liiiliiiii mill lij Miit'i-t- .,rf, on thaHllton tad railroad llreaue of ihs fact that tbu tucky: Alley, Afeneeo county, Th(S? i en years lor roio se or airs, jvnna ia aup was next defeated, l e.isjvMi tntVU drala of go"d from tho United States since the plee, of Ilarrlaon, O. Vhe resolution by Mr E. Amburgey, postmaster; Hnlhtrd, AnThe 18 to 1 frco coinage amendment I'eBrr Tuesday directing pusage ol the hbrrrcao law. mimi, cirnca oui 'Investigation Inlc derson county, Austin O. Caldwell, of Ihe counirjr an amount eiiaal to the value of was defeated. Yeas, 102; nays, 239. the rondnct f Controller, ol the Currtncj county, ihe purrhiM- - of silver unii-- r the law, n.opl The 19 to 1 amendment was likewise Kckels in allowing nations! bi,k of Kew postmaster; Singleton. Meado saw In It thr ciuse of the Iom of Ihe gold, and York, lloston and Itilludelphla torctu'n pay lVm. II. Singleton, postmaster. rejected Yeas, 101: nays, 237. board and ilitrul uixengcndcrcl. andto-d.i-a -sriaonofcountry annual convention ol Tub fifty-thir- d The 20 to I nmendment was likewise men! of cub for checks ot their dcptaitorsahd the (njanddeprisnlonsct In, offered rlearlng house ccrtlflcatesMnstead U sulJrrlng all Ihe ealamltlts of a re.trlctrd the Kentucky Christian Missionary sorejected Yens, 110; nays, 824 causrtl a rharp tilt between Senators Illllan n clrculathn iQlhcmldat of an abundant supply ciety met nt Frankfort, a few days ago. The nmendment Oortnan Wednesday. of mony bill was rejected yens 11; Hoisr S'ednesday was thn last day andrt About 400 delegates (rom over the itato Tne undfrlylrwj cause of the present eonai-liotbe rules In the house for the set speeches ol were present. The report ottho board nays 231. At lb last election the dtmoof adalrs l thirty minutes and in ordir that none of tht rratlo party was brnusthi Into power by n curThe public galleries of the hall of the merarera might be disappointed la their deslri of manngcrs was made, (oltowlng the showed receipts ious cutnhtna'loa of clrrumsUncva as lh refilled house of representatives were to spal( en the question of silver, the houx ?ircsldent' address. It and sult of a hundred causes not with car-f(or state work of f 10,148. 70, Mon at 10 o'clock. The debate wai 10 o'clock, and memWrs were In began l's candid bntasthn rr.u'.t. In alirt'O opened by Mr Stone (Pa t In behalf of the un nnd (or mlsslonnry purposes o( nil sorts measure, of the apathy of the Amr rlean pcop.o. their scats on the floor nt that hour. He too) conditional repeal of theMierman U In Theiote shows what I declare, anu inn rectiThe surrounding corridor nnd lob- the ground, towever, lhat the much abure tC0,412.2a The report showed that lection of every Individual to whom 1 am spenk-Inbies were also filled with a throng of .Sherman lav was not alone responsible for th evangelical work (orty(our ministers ran bn saleiy appealed to. While this lhln( people curious to know tho outcome of uniettied coadltlon of the financial affairs ol were employed In the field, who report has not leen specially manliest during this uiv no dnubi ul cunson, while thers has been little talk with the oratorical contest which has Wen thecountry It hid some effectthreats or th( 2,131 additions; days of work, 6,139; the principal reason was the to It. nevirtheles Ihe eonseteunnrev ol going on in the chamber for fourteen (le morn against the McKlnley law Mr. Itvat numlicr of sermons preached, 4,079; s orin s fact underlies eur entire situation. days These peoplo struggled for ad- nnd Mr Covert (N. Y followed They al churches aided, Ml; Sunday-schoolWhat Ihe deroocrallc pirly proposes to do The treasurer's revantageous points of view, nnd per sioVe foruneondlllonal repeal Other seakeri ganized, forty-twIn their hands nobody with the t'wer which were Mr fitch (N. Y.l for retieal Mr I)JI port showed a deficit of nbout ISO0, spired freely from their exertions. rnneay Theydonotricnknow ihemmrlves and for repeal: Mr. Hatch (Mo.i for fret tell brnco tbcyarr nut able to Imparl tko knosll and muggy: silver l'aMr Ciimmln-- s (N Y I for repeal Mr which wns quickly mode up colTro nnd The ntmosphcro wns hot ed((e to oibers for my part, I do not expect .lou.v 0. Siiifl.Kit, In the city, nnd Turner iCatl for free colnaiei Mr Walkei heavy clouds lowered over the do the democratic purty io b utterly lad business In Covington, has lor tw permitted lo bo so If thero was no breath of uir stirring. (Mast for leeal McGuIre iCal ) and Coffeen spice mill assignment (or his creditors' not believe ihey mnde an silver Ihey should desire Ihe practical outcome of the votes to (Wyo Aug 25. SrKATB Thursdaj benefit Wasiiis "ueh Is Ihe rtsirainlnn Influence of Ihe (peW taken was conceded on nil hands to was icWIi the senate to Mr I'effer I ople, even alter election, that 1 ihst I'lilf. Devhuks, who shot and killed morning hour havlnt defeat of every proposition speech. At o'clock, W KEBI) Sl'KAKS. vf ll J.A' " ' -- TTarr.B in' m tAdlll MAY SOON'LOCA-i- nM. Tira iTONOUKSS. vm a SstTC--Thespre(i espe-tiall- n VnnTcZ "IrVkw ... ..... K-ga-n '- HI m vLOhelanda ut - -"- EETSSSSm tore-ennctt- lilnnd-Alliso- ' re ul drllbi-Ntlo- r 1 1 1 111 lek, Vt Srta, hW!li?mV?yi75lJVr!iSS M'el. lr lr a e U-e- lol-la- Cmi-Aiii- UK-use- The vul-uab- lo din-ino- llland-Alllso- n n the the through all the dlngulsrn, through all the rr.a.ks relating to the free coinage of silver nt expired, the molloa to table Senator Ar.der llntce l'urdom, was tried nt Liberty which ibis election has thrown over the wishes son's motion to reconsider the contestel elec and bound over to the grand jury In tho of Ihe pcop'c, nevrrthclen these wlsbet will le any ratio with gold, and nlso of the Hon of Mr We Mantel, an appointed .er.atoi . sum of 1500. carried out Hut at this present moment n resolution reviving tho Hland-Allls- on from Mrntjca came up Itwis deferred, howman ran kno what will he the result of thn At Newcastle nn Italian peddler was ever, unto Friday at I r'dock, whereupot net of 187S, action of this congrrna uponlho mmulariurers assaulted by a Negro named Leonard "The influences that hnvo Wen Mr PeMerresum-- d his rpeech. of this country. house wai Hot at "1 will notundrrtake io dwell at this rr'aent brought to War upon our men have pointing Thursday In the day inder thdisap- Taylor, and terribly beaten. The cause Mve of the assault Is not known. it' Bi had their effect nnd I should not bo It was the first ll.-nfir Ids ni-- . wan' n eonlnto Ihr nue, minute rule and by general expectation lively nrt r il rilim srs'le tipinliiis u Inn - n I'esmo.ns were granted the other day surprised to see the Wilson bill go Interrhvnges of repartee, sharpened hr par pr i h 1 .m- at prrj.ent u alyancc, like through the senate some day soon with tlsanship had teen looked for 1 he gallerlei as follows: Original, Widows, etc t . ! of mate larks and utrer wero wei tilled, and there was a larger attend Minor of Marlon McCllndon, Henderina-nU- I meaiurea, whlih we may lomttlj no little friction," wild Mr. r.lund. ance of membera than ha graced the house on) Sebrce, have to strjfrU with I run rluractcnte In a Tho leaders of the house attracted day this week, but the debate was dlsippolnt son county; Sarnh It Williams Louis-vll- l, tl-i cause of Ihe rrrs-ituii'l rlnclo phrae Luclnda Klley, ?tijsi the usual nmount of attention ns they Ing. None of the members vere confined te Webster county; county; Mary Hllde-bran- d, il5. -- vl lien of aCalrs. It Is the undlcmenil,e unn r Jefferson Mr. Heed came tho five minute rule, and so thediy was simply came upon the Hour. talnty of the future of bo h the rumn v qu s of set Dallam's creek, Logan county; llei.s and the q(.est'ons of prolettlen and In nlniut 11:20, his form towering nbove a continuance ot the series week speeches Ihit anJ thit will county. havo marked Ihe entire revenue t.irlfl nil his associates on tho floor, and W- - wind up in a blaze of oratorical pyrotechnics on Ann Cox, Louisville, Jefferson 'It will be Men from what I have said that I IAP OF TllK CIIKROKKK STIlll' The Louisville board o( aldermen Including all the heavy speak ing particularly noticeable Wcaitse of Saturday regard the Shermin act as. In Un II do not the other evening adopted n resolution condition "I nnd entrance upon said strip is per-mltli- d his suit of Kentucky tow. enlivened by ers on both nldes. alone, responsible for nir pre-r, ft SEKATF.-Sena- toi WASHIM.TOS-Aug affairs, ibat I believe thai the caused our pn v rcfpiostlng the mayor to ndvertlse (or scarf, making prior to the day for the open- u deep red four-in-han- d Hill's srjeech Friday marked another In't-rca- t enl dlsavtrr underlie that, that the ing of tho lands I'pon this htrlf him look like a white spot on n dark Ing event m the silver discussion While It proposals and carry Into effect the oratopiuje of hundreds and thotsinda of mllllcna (or the establish was undoubtedly an cxcclbnt presentation ot dinance providing of uurfrn-aate- r lsMiths are to W located nnd clerks gray back ground. alloier thlseuun'ry Is at the t.i-to-- .. (Jen Tracy nnd Mr. lllund were bust- snn.tn. mil vIwb 1- w:& dlvantxilnliriT , ment of a police telegraph system. ...... . .. lhat ill" Ster-tnnfrom the general land olllcc (totalled Nrvtrlhelens. I dot-ll-ract. with the accumulation ol sliver In ihe to take charge of them. The IkmiIIu le I'tiirairpd In conference with their When Mr HU1 had - completed his addrert te 1 Nkah Heaver, Ford county, William r,r? nelthethe friends ( f rcreal rot treasury, was the earlUst Indicator ol IbedU will be conveniently locntetl upon lieutenants preparing for the decisive Wh., Jones, son of Caleb Jones, the notori, free silver. He hid fr, aster which we e aprroachlng, and tbat It baa five on the count ol rotes I.nde I'cnco, the entnu - 1 hlu-jal- f - tbe reeulur llnet, of trnvel j5 0 to voto for repeal, ana nao ous feud leader, and llcnry Hcntly not entirely unlorluia'e In warnplated a ... n.a. u Ihlh..,. went to nged Morgan Turner's resi . t aaved. from atlll farther nprtpcrn und Juur4 ((a. irro1jouiicrn tn u thai we hiusuo popuiisw iro-i- i v. uionuiu, IHaVh' mljforlnne and doubt tsinnilaty -- nndIill W opooijfor bus!. ly assured Amos Cnmmfngs, of .Vef7S-x,vM- his tievowAi J Xfliw I'.IUF repeat arose from dence nnd put a rope around his neck ee lme- - Ule colmge He ad Hrtrrrlni; tl.en 'o tho new iwlltlral conditions' acrocM-pioo- n -' in York, thnt the end was not yet. despite vised Ihe ropeal h- r.rnnan law as the Ural to make him tell where his money wns. nnmrmjIt la rfectlf which eilm, Mr Heed said Kniltbo kept opfti. each1 Jmsltiva't ky the apparent defeat of tho ndvocalcs of step toward tree nape rlnrolng tint the all About the time he wns drawn up a ttte lhat Ihr democratic partv l . enemy of the young man named .Martin, who was th wornver purchase nc fnln 1 tl frco.colnaee. TJl. hi . tl l&ySmctl-- l lor wha ever occurs in the future, and whatfro r e cause the prraldent. V eirr does nnt occur Ther hav In the house of I jit m. until U.V.MkllllLt.'.l av.M .1. -- .... I,.. !JfHourke CockrafT did not appear until sll cr Ihe tecjj-- ft-- " t hoi retirtcdraih-- wasthan living with Turner, appeared on tho UIIO..IUII the i Tills rialaided they haie an enormous majnrli iau0 ftu teerotnry'tTr tly Intribr. ' pcech and le re- scene with a Winchester riile nnd shot alter me jpcauers gavei icu, oui of M- - Hi reprenentatliev and ther live the eenale to of upon MoyaX. llarter, Itnyner tnd Tom I party The senaio ad Jones through the body, killing htm cntSr h.alt turned to Hojai ml themselves buzzed und Journcd until M t v Instantly. He then shot Heutly threo l'aslng then to th consldf ration of the rp;es-- t The In n il for iVt dl'aWtptr ot. making a JoSnson, liomi-stenhe said, that whi.e he was in Itol ate TT.e u. a- - in the houie Friday wa times, but not fatnlly. Hently escaped. en ol re-arentp- - ritdicrV,ilekclnra- - Wamciw-ltanticipations of victory Mr s U n o! bad temner from an ImmeIt, he did not think It would j T. It Tiri'ETT, of ltownn county, wns speaker commanded order varied by nneih .to-ic- f to ieh dlarourlesy ol the ioral!iW upon a lown ijtficn-tb- c Illand, and sn n diate t auc of a m Ival of the rns-rll-y ljqCwKJf)..-t..prM..-nlot nenrty every seal in mo nan ivus by Ihe Juvcrili Vr Ilil. of T-- x is. o gen nominated by the democrats (or repretf roun'r) Neterlfceless ho wouid vote fir nl .me will Ihe live sentative (rom the Hath-Kowa- n lilfed, un unmistakable evidence of tho eral has hecn th"-- is om nl ext-ndlMls tlu- - Imotha tecause. shether Jully or rot, Ihe Stjer-rrav, member who minute Inn Is 1" l.twd to tie thcrau.r of the inake'i declaration Shc7wlrig,Jllt?;W ficncral interest in tho matter In desired rulo at the.onger io' eiery ra'e was prac-tlcalrhu 'he to speak trarclrg of currency throughout her qnallfitatlons to make ymclrJetvW hiftiif. Chanlain prayed ll.uldaw.-iwhile coupling Wm. It Mitciifi.i, . b irdar an I Friday Bbvndon.t a irricfly, and in a voiee Innndible at n . d were male bj IVnd'.eton. (lei I. cars In the Cincinnati Southern yards, "What, then ' try or statement or-rt- n settle Mr svld llrlcf rrmorki In ronclu'o-iinr,oes-ra-viiioItcckcry. (Mai, Lexington, wns caught between two town lot. .provpi distance of more titan 10 feet from the ItoTrrs, (Cvl I. I'gott Is Hie xili.iv oldulT' The unrondltlonvl (Mich I. That will either glie relief or not. lfnot, sat MiietoryBo tne oniT-;r- s; desk, for nn especial gift of wisdom Moore, iMlrh.). i oMi Alu-i- . Hurross. (X Y I, Jrawheads nnd terribly mashed In the Marsh, (Ill.i. Srr nirer. ilil '. S ekli-s- . we must try nomothlng else, and the soon thin the IsMilh ePrlilCentw will eds nnd judgment to rightly settle tho llrawley, ( C Dolllrrr ila i. Klloe. (Tenn I. groins. '. er the better such idllcers perlnlttlhg Uie)l great question Wfore the house. At Camp Knox, while In n fit of meland (Irout. (Vt i "We stand In a verv pee u'.lar jsiltlon, we re session ancholia, Mrs. Martho McMahnn poured rim resolution contained Intheorder The representative of Ihe makes the declaration to go JTTin tlM publicans Wasuisoto.s AwS srsttr-S- o president of Ihe outlet nt the time llted for tbe open of procedure on the silver question wns Saturd ly. democratic parly, lust eha-e- n coal oil all over herself and lighted her In his In hnds himlf i)wi-rle- s Inilid Parties making these declara- reported by tho clerk, providing for it Ilorsf The l"r nljrht debate and the house clothes with a match, burning to n ing. Hland adMesrs. Iteed grrut i nimendat on lo h s own party tions will W required to nVhlft vote llrst upon free colmigo of silver nt closed SaturJn lirt rn-tleft to Ita tender mercies Iho rouu'.n dressed the houi at lenth on 1 ths debate In crisp. of Ihe 1'iilh before the ilisttict land "bilkers the present ration of 1C to 1. aixsjlaclo Mlon At a ( ""' by Mr the wwi'it tbe afttrnooa wltnes AimiUR Watsok, who murdered of ovcrth own 'nr other ofllccr who may take theit choice Its lleprt'scntittive llally, of Texas itslced Iho ru-tla- j s. .m Mtiurs Tracy (N Y i. Amanda president Coin nt Independence, b) the piny ehanred with this country's homestead ntlldavlts that all the stateIf. in the event of all the nmendments Slono (Ky XII. utelle iM'i. Klotwia i '. about a year ago, was captured tho lV and it wondi r, he.--. th.it he irnternmenl ments contained In their declaration! Included In the order Wing defeated, it Flthlan tvAllidson Kan nous- - aoji.rn e pitrlo-lsinuother night at Frunk(ort Uo escaped another pirtv wh ae Y ) ter whliti me oftl-i-er- s would be lu order to proHi.so nn titldl-tiotin- l uatllsixikci wh. n ih. ti kt i ote sill taken. (rom the Covington jail about Hvo pstrlotlm ha never been iippeal-- d to In vain' me true in every particular. Tho niH C pruudest part ol of the I'nited States ore expressly germane to the subtinvte months ago and hoi been nt largo ever nmendment Aue "Nevrr. I say In tain the Wash it Mr the proud rcrcnl of the republican party has i liurged to permit no party without a ject. Sponker Crisp replied that us ut Monday, ,tWv. . . S i Mr derided ofII.Wash ilnce. Al.en, devotion to the causa ol and bcin Its occupy or enter upon any present advised he would answer no; Msnl, of Jr. n to gov I to s cotinlr) was tempted at an! r. While drunk and gambling aliout sound "name When th Ingtonnre The land oflloo that the order provides exhaustively nil ernorof noi i.n not iha right to appoint a one mile (rom Park UillCnmp grounds. to pay Its tends In ilcpre laled money, the re part of the outlet. astsie 12 noon on that the house may consider; but that senatortom: umamy luii'fd by Ibe cip'ra publican parly responded with loud ucclnliu to mil be open for business nt Jnmcs Payne, of Fleming, shot and not happening by renlg lhat uoble sentiment of lien Han ley that even the day ot the opening. when the time came to formally present tlonofaregv Mort Ferguson, o! bond was s sacred as n soldier's grave. Ii nation or others ne The boue bill torejea' fatnlly wounded Aiikansas City, Kan., Aug, 23. The the question, the gentlemun from Toxti! cost us hard fighting nnd sore struggle, but the Sherman an i. laid i fore tho senate and Illue Lick Springs. Payno was terriStates, cnvnlry which might Ihj heard. the credit of this country has uo superior In troops of I'nited referred to the e. mm nee on finance. Mr Voor bly cut In tho head and breast by n Itov. McMillan, of Tennessee, desired hces, chairman ol the comm ttee, announcing have Wen driving out intruders from lh wcrlil knife In tho hands of Ferguson. Ho y m I action by the coin Whin the same arguments heard the Cherokee strip preparatory to the to offer nn amendment providing for tbat there wc ' Tho camp were heard I J years ago. founding th" praises opening of thut country to settlement, the free coinage of the product of the mlttee, Tuisi'.i wai rlien In the lies In n critical condition. Notue of a depreciated currency and proclaiming tbe senate Mondn in Mr ) .man that he nould meeting wns largely attended, about work, Wednesday on Ihe f,000 people passing the gates. clones of flat moner. the parly ol Abraham li.ne nbout completed their com-p- i silver mines of the I'nited States: but nddrcsa the srnite t pay l.veryonc on the strip has Wen Mr. Illand objected to even Inr 'ng It silver question and bi Mr Walcolt for Thurs Lincoln marched steadily toward siK-clJim Hookkh, colored, nged 17, was What we were In our lied to move out. read, saying that such a proposition was day. inent and prosperity killed nt Sixth and Hroadwny, Hoc-K-T- ti' dais of victory we are lu our days of defeat. ' Aiika.nhas Cm, Knn., Aug. 23. Wilson t'lll having been read shot and not free coinage nt nil. first Louisville, by Frnnk Smith, a white champions of true nnd solid finance nt.d when Monday, Mr Hland News thnt the Cherokee strip would W The roll en 11 was then called upon the aiucuduicni tbjt of il Mm olfereJ his nt thedjy ome, as It surely win eome ror " to fw c.lr.agc at the boy, of about tho tamo age. lead this land Dack to the mths of prosperity opened September 10 caused the great- nmendment to the silver bill, providing ratio of 1 to -- and it a defoaled, yean lit. While stealing a ride on tho Ohio and fame which were trodden under repjbllcan est excitement among the boomers. for the free coinage of silver at the ratio nays 2tt Tin second vote was oa the If to I Allen rule for S3 ninny years we -- hall take back with Tuesday night there wns a mammoth of 10 to 1. 123; nays, ratio, and t m-- defeated veas .1M, nays SI0. Vnlley railroad, at Hopklnsvllle, It resulted: Yeas by n vote of. Floyd, n colored youth, (ell under the us our ancleul glory undlmmed by a.iiersity demonstration with a parade, bonflrei Shell and tiraham wero ThelS to standard was Messrs 22.. our ancient honor unsullied by defeat" Then came the 20 to I off nays " mid speeches. The peoplo seem to have paired, tho former In favor of free coin- jcas 104, sud this in turn was dofeated. wheels and one of his legs was cut resmendmth' Ho delight. stand between the knee and thigh. gone mad with the voto age. though It ro Cltlieu Marine Take a t'rillne. ceived other serious, l( not (atal Inter1:1 uav rr the proposition to re O. T., Aug. 23. A number The Ohio delegation, with two ex- Ing-y- eaa Xkw Yoiik, Aug. 2.H. The New York of I.utiiiiik, In ceptions voted solidly ngnlnst free enact the Illand A li.oa act nv a rrovlso to the nal Injuries. Cherokee strip boomers camped an- support, but nval reserve will leave on Its third repeal bill rerelied the Uroncest Ar Lentherwood John Wllklns, col the Arknnsas valley lints were driven even that wa lefeaied b a majority of 77 iiuiil cruise Saturdny. Tho cruise la to out by n sudden rise of the river, losing coinage nt n wife and escaped. IInm-Milrsentatives Donovan alrarrHnt voted 1 The ,m bill lo repeal the Sherman law was I ored, fatally cut his W made In the old frigate New etc., nnd It with the Hlnnd followers nnd tho bal then inn J on acd resulted Yeas 2IU, naya 10. James M. Kiso, n wealthy farmer,. by their wngons, teams, tents, which wns recently renovated severnl of them were ance of the delegation voted with tho is feared residing somo (our miles east o( Aduir-vllleI NVoionn Ilrowns Herself. the city at a c(.t of f 10,000. There are drowned. that A family which attempted administration forces discharged n load o( buckshot inAug. 2S. Anna llralicr, ( imo.n, manlxnil three hundred of tho eiti.cn to ford tho Salt l'ork Is reported to m.ikiT of West Hrookileld, hired to William Fmina, a young man of The following members of the Ken- dress rines, und for n week they will t'o have been swept away. retucky delegation voted in support of a Isnt at .Myers' lake. After leaving a Adairvllle. Fumin will probably of through tho regular routlno work cover. Disagreement nbout the rent g ii de in the Ixmt she jumped over-1kj.- ii Tho Union Pacific llnilrond company the Hlnnd nmendment: Stone, P.iyntet, brief I drills landing parties, The body has not Wen found. n (arm, o( which King was the lessee, Isnts by truck, target prac- has closed n contract for a special train Kllis Montgomery nnd (loodnight. o( tho trouble. King tice, arming nnd equipping boats of Pttllmun cars to convey 100 prominent Tho balance of tho lllno lirtiss states Tin nisr is supposed to lie temporary wns tho cause f n' p Fr t trt (a ....I ejjciMa ra nrl i.xi j tleslrti?li 1foAlher n jj uki id' nitlC.lriaefaJ (. aU-fo- m duce tho Inhabitants of Iceland to from that forbidding country and Mttlo In tho promising fields of tho Canada la making nn ellort to Inml-grn- to l'nlr Finance. Financial matters nt the World's exposition are looking I'eck, chairbrighter. man of the finance committee, said Suturdny that thero will soon W no floating debt. Tho entlro amount due contractors Is now something less than f.'.00,000, ond a few such days b Friday CiiKAtio, Aug. 28. nt Wages Will OitAiit, Ho crop of cold weather to be depended on, tho same ns In Iceland, nnd In addirion Wnutlful crops of gniln, which tho laud Aliout tho only of Ice never enjoyed. tha Inhabitant article of food onw-hloof Iceland can rely, both for their own support nnd for export. Is fish, und thai As n supply (eems inexhaustible. sn.-cla- l northwest, where thero Is n bountiful w 111 wipe that out. Inducement to migrate, the cost of passage, n good farm nnd tho Implements to work It nro offered. A foum of physical culture within reach of nil Is found In n rule laid down for young women by Mrs. llrldgct Mngiilro, of Now York. Take the ncopm (tho high I.atln iiumo for broom) In tho h hands, whioh should bo held nt reversed grusp, allowing tho bushy imrtlonof thoscopio to reel upon the Uoor, and ho'dlng firmly to tho upper end of tho lmnrile. lleinl tho bo.ly hllghtly forward, give the nrius hiirUoutiil movement, lift thn scopio illulittu mill tnovo unn foot Wfoie thu half-reac- rive .Millions More. Aug. as. The treasury Nr.w Yiiiik, Aug. 29. The steamships department Suturdny purchased 1111,000 ounces of bllver nt tholr ootinter offer New York, Cnmpunlu und l.ultourgogue brought $5,475,000. to. 7375 per ounce. WAHiiiMnmN, I'rlt'o of Stiver. Neli., Aug. 29.- - Wages will certainly W reduced on tho I 'ninn (ienernl Manager Dickinson, nt n conference with switchmen, plainly told them that on September 1. there would probably W u general reduction of wages of nt least 10 per cent. They (biinurrcd und argued the matter, but It Is not thought lluall went home that they will strike. fill. shun Mormons of Salt Lake to Chlcugo to men went with tho majority against frco coinage. celebrate Utah day at the fair. The liar Aaaoelatlon'a Meeting. In Danger of Tralrle Klres. Fleeing Trout tellow Kever. Mll.WAlhKK, Wis., Aug. 29. l'or the Chicago, Aug. 21. Northwestern ATlir.N", (Jo., Aug. 23, Yellow fevct n In the nnd eastern Illinois are In great has broken out afresh In Hrunswick, second tlmo nnnunl history of the organ-Uatiothe convention of tho danger from pralrlo fires There ln" nnd a telegram stating that 2,000 pvopla American liar association will held Won no rain In ten weeks nnd already would leuve there nnd asking it Athens In tho west, nil of tho previous tiftceu vicinity of smith fires tire hlur.ing in the would be open to them was received gatherings, with one exception, having Hetul, lnd. There will probnblv Ihj hero Monday Tho grout loss boforo tho tires tire gotten wns laid beforeafternoon. council, matter been held in the east- - This year's the city which gathering will convene lu this clty tinder control. was In session when the message cume. Thursday, nnd many of the delegate Leading physicians were consulted and havo already arrived, while many more An Ohio (11 rl Honored Abroad. Aug. 2s Tho Daily Newa upon their advice thnt no yellow fever nre In Chicago attending tho exposii. i.niio.n, Miyti that the loading part of Sullivan's could spread here It was decided to tion (or it few days en route. The prinnew (mora, which will W produce.! at open tho gntes of the city to all refugeei ciple aim of the association Is the sethe S.ivoy theater In OetoWr, w ill bo and ndvlco to this effect was sent the curing f uniformity in state legislaAn epidemic U tion, especially ns regards certnln himg by Miss Niiitey Mcintosh, a mitivo mayor of llriinswlek. expected in Hrunswick. Important subjects. of Cleveland, l). camping on battles the Wuch and mciii.il nt soveral the result of an years ago. no-ci- had ordered Fuqua not to como on the place. Only t'ltlxrns Wanted. vsniMiTON, Aug. 29. Senator linger Monday Introduced u bill (iul-pro- - e vidtiii: fjr the dismissal frotn the government service pf all persons not cltlensof the I'tilled States, and the service. Siili-ldea- . tlielr further employment lu heele) I'atlent PlTTSiufiii, Aug. 29.I.d ward Haley, thelciuiil .met cltuiit tullor o( Mouongu- liclii tlt;f licldcd by cutting his throat ear. lie hud lieeu a hard from enjdrinkcr f lyenrs, took the ICecley euro which in.tWe him Insane. - Silver llolliirs. W tsillNOTos, Aug. 29- - Tho Usue of slandtird silver dollars from the mints und tret stiry olllces for the week ended switch engine Sunday morning and August .0, l9:i, wos f 11.VI.T ill; for the horribly mangled. Horuwarth wai eoriespoudltig peritsl of 1MJ2, 1011,019. dcuf. Ho leaves u wlfo nnd child. Ilio shlpiucnt of fructioutil silver polus from August I to August 20 uggiegated Negroes Crnps M order. uno.iM). Ih.nfneaH Cause llealh. KlIANKKOIIT, lnd., Aug. 'JH. Samuel Frankfort Tlornwnrth, n tailor, was run down by n Clover l.euf well-know- n Mniidni-i- l ,iili..e Ileneiit lhs inovuinentH until tho scopm has Wen brought In contugl with every portion of th ftpor. i Paiuh, Ky., Aug. 28. Alfred Ward 'I lirt tlsiuil Itcsiill. wns shot nnd killed nt Chiysvllle, ut 2 OtuilA, Neb., Aug. 29. Miss Annii o'clock Snnduy morning, by Ike Wiluttempted to liams, over ii game of craps Hoth DiOiim'Iv, u lurtles were colored. Ward wm 25 light u e with kerosene. Momlay Virginia. Th night. If she tccovorr, she will be dl. 'l'r, ul)l ""1 "' -llguud for life "nlenr esciiued. li-- member of tho lino of litecco, who arc building n lumber rallrouil frcm Austin io tul- ll.0uo wlulu lihieo. wns robbed of ttsloop In n farm house where he t.tjed iino night. Tlcro Is small prospect ofthe onptnrc of the thief, who is nipbosed to be a rronchmuii. senior Allinliot. Ikolihril of ll (iAi.UTo.N, Pa., Aug. ?s. 1). A A lil,e ir.ng, lliiig -- An Italian I hamlei ItoiiK. Aug. 2S.-noro. Itnlv. has been sti tick U o v- -' clone. Mmiv f.ersons were Killed li uf onsldfiablo iLiuiiigo Uono lo oioportv. TI... - rpnyr. '"'' A"KTh, ,m- lltsl WA""'""'' " due nlirlil eitleii of III"' ' J'"""- -' ifv'""11' government is making extruor- tluit this plnce, in tile enforct, ?', rgo cstnteiH'ry prepiirntlons for coiiilnting un borough . ordluk !i-- rVorI'lltUll etnle of yellow fever (iovernment . .. nmWllll ill'. stit.. Inspectors irOCKS Ol Lll "::.., ... l.ofIHM "iintino Wuycross undhavo leeiiwhile ho -e .lesup, company,, p- - v, , vrj nt r a. .. illl,- - ...ho I1 1111 Itllll il , fnrc. '...llsilcuiivtish in limits- lllllilll-r-,J- - Vi . .. 11 II I iULIIVV MV la.l.tllll IKIil.II II t...l..l.kl ll.t 11 rovcul u number of reiay ; la. sUlers-l- ; , iir.,therH und At Ilutton niiJf storm rump down the.Mondayto tbe he buildblew Vrift Then o.H.,1 tint ivmalndef of the night . -- U n ts. I'ne humlied curpen- U4i' ) ; ... ', .!,. 1, was nrresteil upon '...... in,, .1.1 confessed tho crime ' ' work rebuilding thu enmps. . .. . In Hrunswick Is extreme,'m)ll.Vfc, motion is staring bun- ilo In the face Ain,'RslH-ru"- Mtitnirr They Ilefi the Cirv. l'n ( 'jlllltlra t I tlfV Vullnta I'aVlilP. ' '"v ... '"", , .' 111 "' ;- a -- TZ ,! ... ovi -- r. j . Itevotutloii In Xe.irngiiit. r Aug. 2't. A I'annina ii there will be it new revolution lo NV.ir.igua within n fortnight. Its stai merit Is based on tut interview with i oil. Plazas, who says the . will Invite lien. men. Okobok II, Wai.ii.no, of LouisDp Sucumi to return uiid aid In tho overyear of disease ol ville, died In his 74th throw "f Z.iluyn before tho meeting of the heart Dr. Wnlling was tho oldest the co- lituciit nsseinbly September J. practitioner of medicine In tho city, and it Mnsoti of prominence. A riiyUlau llecoiiir.il forger. faintAlios Paym: shot and probably Sim 1. 111., Aug. 29. Dr. A. Cuullc. .lumen Duer, u youug proili'iietii piiysiciaii in i ins euy, linn ly wounded fled lift- r foiulntr notes und cheek.. ("I farmer, tit Ducr's mill, ucar I'avuo escaped. pvert'' vUi IV-ve- I'tMHi news-pape- N.ca-ragun- ii At Mt Sterling John Sitmucls committed suicide by drowning Financial troubles and insanity. Suit (or 110,000 damages has been (lied In the circuit court at Hopklnsvllle ugilnst tho Ohio Valley railroad, by J. Webber Davis, of near jiopnins-vHle(or tho killing of his son, Marlon Davis, a brnkeman In the employ of the rallrond, who was cremated in the wreck at .Morganfield last June. Dil W. K. LAHsroitli, the well known veterinary surgeon and breeder, of Lexington, was thrown (rom a thoroughbred colt and severely hurt. was broken, and his (aco and head badly bruised and cut L. It l'l'KKOM, a w clltodo (armcr ol re this county, was murdered by Phil ere ut a picnic In Cnsey comity. Dei was mad because l'nrilom would not send his children to a school taught by Devcro's son. Ho has killed threo other se - i - djsiai .v,..5S V. "--' ,li st-a------Pil sf - ' " H 53 1 . -- IWawts'1" ' ' VvVsafa-.--a---a--B-a-Ma-M-B-- -i -- ftStffr ft. ( E A. S. KOSEDALE, Artistic rhotogrnpher, at So Yellow B ...v r jhoto's 83.00 pur Dot. that GcnriMitMioS .iliii) ,000 ear loads of waterluelons for which the farmers e pocketed S2u0,000. 'Tim democrats of Muisttcliuctl!i em to be as determined to uomi i'te Gov. KiiMsell for a third term Is salt' Viailow arc welcomed. r ..'. V! OxnofthcstrikiiiL' results r.l... mil ulltsi:. -- Q0 JN0. WHT1NU, THE HICKMAN COURIER. Democratic I'rlintr'1" V ( T iV The Democrnllo Scnntorinl Com Tlio authorities at Men WV mittee for Hickman, Fallon mill X a iiouiico tho report sent jj FRIDAY, skit. J, ISM. Graven, ami of illcktimnaii il Ful IIUtM Iter of Knsteiu neH ' ton for Representative, met yellow fever evstcd SVtCXiSOttS TO JOIIS irrr.vr;,) roii the sviMri: hk.xiti: t'tiltnu Saturday lust, niiJtlecliletl llinl Ut eltv no n lie. TIip to t4K'.ri' thoe of Iowa We re KiithorUeil 10 dnnoiiiicB Mr It T to order precinct, primar) meet; jta. elorieH have been Go lieflM JiH z 1. s m Pome tlieir leader. l.l'.H H' c.ii'.nme in rrprT..i ings lii euuli county on Snurdav tlii city liiis ncxer belteeil concerning an. fir ite c.ninili-IllPkm.in, i Sub- - Sept. llilli, to select dele TnK Keiituiky lepresenlallves In u.e nut Seutie of KruincV). weuitii supposed to 'f:!;;; jret in l lie action of llie Uenioor.tio Goiiventlon to lii) held inrieiMiy tlm famous wlni ml dl tor free coiuau weio iiir pr.y. .Moiitpnmery, Kllii. Ooinliiilit, dd.tuid the Atlantic uousl. It is true that industrial tiilcre-n- i Saturday Sept. LMrtl, t Sttn.i and Pa.Miter. The oilier (Ox aboard are in no better condition1 tlio Roar ioiii .Maine to California has liei-J4 C'?- rou this M.uiit. wuiu:. 4J r . ii i ! A. Honors. ' President of the state-- turned over in search of It. Demncrulio rnndldate Hut nt'iiiiii'if Miieil solidly aeainttt tl.au in thiscot.ntry, but the teturnif Health, authorizes , flu V (U0( , are niil.nrlt. In announce Mr. J. 0. Senator and tor Reprr tnli i". ,U' fiit there Is not i case of now ooinus a prominent Aikausus evri i' opohition for free coinage. iiiir Kuroiieaiisure bebered to be ol M'KIUIIT, of Hick man cnu.it;, an a cn I were(.ntt,iKioti8 disease of any kind In inercliant who claims to have re Tlio following resolut 'l.ii Smilli Piiriilin:i limini- hnv that restless variety who fame here ill Ini la reprrfrnl Fulton in Hick 4 of t lie adopted: another black cyo in with the expectation that an eiiy inun ennui!. In the lwer llin-'the city, iuiii mere Is no founda., ently come Into possession of u'i ,.,, ltfi Iliii eniliitoT I" X. LeslaUlure. fitlnn whatever for the story .! iiieiciiari.il uiiip.ani ucompreiieiiMv u !.. Whfrrm, We. Ih t!. .v...,-.- ., ,lui., tlmt bo innde, They would . , iil.ject lo the acllun of (lie beinocrmle ,h, fir- " ""i orin ,11 9i ricsf . Iiel.e.. authorities are senrciiing ior mo jiuiiiu ton portion ot me imjiiuii it i:t eoiiiiu i wun mo statu ami,t living can hard times at tlnir old - iieMieof iiiciicinnr-o- r of raiher face tnT'J. "" fl eoireKonudeut, anil if liei Is tiiutiil.cniiBi t wneru two inllilou dollars in fed ml . . ...... .!.. . .. . and U there homes. The returniii ones hold Mil. ...' . l..... j.1. .. kuhmiui Iu. iii. ' I.I.I vorv to tue ...II tiiiiesi K"' niurr isi he will lie ptinisiieii "" Kott coii.n rv M'rr.tti.v rr. iu:. r. ou only a final proportion to the ltl.ouXh it sound's Ion "id. of the law. The person : - ml : .. U .. iniliorizej (o nniionnre Mr. I) E n tilli llllilll nillilliivl .. .. h pv iMtnil ilptkl Hun thnicn wtt ipu.1 In "'A I'liNVKit iniiiNterlias requestf,iLi. ntmirf uliniit In IVf lire . ....... v .. .... . .. arrivals, but this is also a diiniuUh- ih..iP P. II !.-VMklllUK WILSON . cttuli lie fnr Supcrin-leoiln t a oci:V r m a eoiitacinus tlisesse Is cullly of boyhood days hltl away In u garret ed hi eongrejiation to cut hU sal- eti quantity. lent of Common Sehoo'n for Kutlon ,S'iu 15. I8tu mi rainy afternoons. It is all ary from S.),000 to ,? QW tin account felony ill Tennessee. Couiitjr, at the ruuliijt November el fe- .xiiuJar. to he hedl lo t FiiHun, Ky j No other country r.inks with tl about pirates, who having robbed ll on. tnl time. The country is wait- fnr ilie mit. f Slluril! SM 23pI.'.. .....--r Unitcil Mutes as a muutil.ictu 1.....H..U. a.. n lot of South American iiabotis ofti '" ,riM Vi'e r antlmrite I In announce .MS II of noniin illii m.nli.liie fur Hit .n'e Itkl'lll IIV14 J who were on their way loJSiirunelU'- -' uooiN. ".'" UT'! kind. of .r. i i... I lie position once iiijhii-- . StUNDKItS, (firetenl Incnmtieni) n ij Heealv.-llii In ihe election ,.r J lliivliiafwf .m,,,,l'r ....' n.:...s.. ; ii n Avltli untold treasures, emnll In e for fliiprlnl In.lrnt of Horn- - tMt n mi. .nlorNI cni.venlljn HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC, Kentucky has no cause to j lauiL'o nv viir.ii. iiiiiiiiu i j Kjr lie tote for CltteUml .school, for Pulloii count, l llie Inn. 'li gotten all the pold lliey minted, 'rirrur.ls nodenjlntr says the ld(1 it "i,iH ttuntry and.althon.di , of Speaker Crisp's treat- the pirates couelitdeil to po ton Xowmhfr election, ahull nt Nnu'mher flection. nti HICKMAN, KY. ....-,,,.,, K, reee vo niixirl.i- - CLINTON STU1JHT, ' v.,....!! iiuiiimii, c.ieh rreclnct flmtl heenlilleil t.ion. If r i aent of her Co.iresHineii in the vncv, mvx saWici's KeyH nnU,i,,r out of employment, but i.vl. fif 7 fnr tor in vast volume from tlmt tions...... '". Farmers In the Northwest can't liii'l i'il b'evrnnon. .in.l rnlle.1 Mu - - divide up," hut a Monti came up .. .. . IT..... one .Itleo f r imLc a i of his cniuiniltees. mi ii of the riotous condiit' ' " gel men to do he liarxcHtiug. ,,,, ,, ,. ,, Cteary very properly hentls the .mil th..v iVern Rliltvvr..ekiil nn ...... ....I ... .I.m tn tlui f.irol.Mi ni..ir. "e """, UKiuiiiaeiurii.L' renier, 0,tr easily in the lend lor suprcm are. j iic imuii lira iiunj jum uuw iuikiii iiur nulil eamlliltlea nut lliL ,ln r ,ee: Mont wild ami unknown shore. It bo-- . clival element In our large cities, icmou .ner nuoui narti lines. iei iimn I came necessary for them to hobjHirWunynr workH when it can tiny and have every . IHchpst Mnrkct Prlco will he Paid for lleef Cnttlo. .. ilemormil totei were rollr.l .. lenill it. mill belli-- ' unaltlii to cnrrc thn7rnil it iiml wlilidi tu pvhf rnuili distancing our prineipalWITP ftir in: Kenton Trllimio usurps it Vie u ,u i,omiaminC co'"i' and treasure It was hurled. Our inn t. tnkii tlm nlinlitnt nininrtiiiiltv itor unless economic conditions mKwmmrmwx rtmeilt, nut (lint thn man who represents ion. e no furil' all thinus that are. are changed by a force that must lfore Iiiih ii plnce on Ways nnd Means; 0f tlieiu ever reached New Or- to bowl Marshall ami Ijjoii onnuties in the next Leciaiature will loso at least the rjimulliee, tb uroe niljournej nine Ellis has the Chairmanship of He- leans nnd it Is from him thaUh6 If"wu could dump this riffraff, be one other than that ot material lie vision in me 1.IWS, iuiii is pin on charts ami description or mo along Willi the professional incenTits. Duloi, Sb, Cliiroiti. Hanking and Currency. Caruth C0;,st whete the money w( de- ilmrics like Weaver and Lease In-Skcrktahy Caruslk believes Pk.n F. Imiuih. Sec y .MIC X JL An Kjililniilc nl l)enlery. JIB. docs not get a cliiiiriii.iiihliip, but posited have descenileil. The St. to Svitimes1 hole, tlio world -- the in erjf that public otlice is a ptthlie trust In .September, ISai, .hiilri is placed on two Important com - Lotus Stock Mxuliange have pos- outside of it at least -- would bo a X nnd enforces his belief. lie has vrr lirm prevsile t Jviimown, Z.uiv I.i'pi'aliMl miltees. Pacitlo Uailroads and In- J. Wlnr Villnl. a rllkH0n session of these dociuiW.H, mid groat deal better for it. lecently illschnrgpil, without cere, HiplT if irn'ii'ril (erstate and Foreign Commerce; aro seriously conslderinglhe proof the iUc ninny, an immigration Inspector in --il The miieil talked of Sherman Stone continuea on War Claims, 'JBOl l)f ,, expedilion I'ulm. Oliiirr I'liimerUlii ' Inlolleeluni nn Ihe purNew York for certify injj to the Il l JtrulnlT " '''-- " ' i co'" rliut law has been and is also placed ot. tl.e Coinage. Silver of .ecovering the money of a lot of i in in ij; rants HlstH .if Hriliiin a pi.iilinl II mi n one ol tlit lwl lliiof e'f mule, inl li.i .... t..i..i.. iuiiii tiiiiMiir4u- - i. r r i ' i ii iiiiiii repealed in the House by tlio ni.r.nii in In tie ini.i "" wiioiu tie nan never seen. shent of paper while standing at nl ,0t7:ilAN. J J C HoMipilANT. It I. Al.rXAM'I'.ir. J A TIIOMPjOM, goes on 1'iilillc liulliliugs and I'j rni: c'lo.iitKiir; uinir. irvere tn'i l il)"eiH" U. CAPi:. vote of 210 to 110. Jn.lfe C I. ItAM'Li:. J N. UF.Al'i.13, Jr. table anil tijwg to make the riclit T T sw.vYNH iVijfin TlIK KllzahrMlitnrn N'mri mit Grounds, and also on the Mer A A new cure for the ei'arctte habit foot swin" In the opposito dlrec- immense majoiity of the chant Marine and that public seiitimeut lii Louisville Con TZ,S been dico red, and .uijtip - tidu fionithut which the pencil Is people of tlio United uressuiiiii llreekuuidiie s tnys on has is so strong forjudge Liudssy's Plantation CMilll fare U guaran o um-.-i ,(l.(j mu paper, II. t. At K.. return to tne United States Sen- States, irrespective of political Appropriations, nnd also has a town phjsiciun, who reainiuien.ls it imiinwiii; f u ,0u't cure go and gel ncctlAN W rmlJui, J J c IliiXlil'ltANT, A.MKI. C.bier, J N ItFaM.Kii, Jr a..Ui.i ('.Mer ate Hint all tlio Legislathe mid parly believed tlmt this law was plaeo on tlio Committee on 13 - kivs it h a never failing remedy. 8"','r HH bparil from, has been' r lll0IIL,v buok. iour mero Senatorial aspirants there have penditures in tl.e State Depart- - It is nothing more or less than a rrr-cl.nntaho.it it. Price Wc. Sold l.y "Zv ulcelj been forced to declare tlieinsches and is the chief cause of the pre iiieut ; Payn er remans on the heirty indiil'-enc- W,M P'l jour loot cre-- . in water l "B,0 frt" '"' 1 for his re election or lo be left in vailing li tin ii e ii panic, mid this Klections. and is also on the Post- hJ , l.i . .. If !" ni'!" 9 m 4 1 1 4 IV 4 IV g. In ftlileli you know you nre going, a1 i. i.owujiic. tie race alone fully justifies its rend, for, oiiilo ami Postrnmls einl eTiienili- ... tin, trenfment. iniit indill-'.' ............ .uiop oi .. .T r. n...'o v ...... i in . uo m mu w, itrt.. ....., JurHm. . lw. AnoUT every Hepuhtiean editor the reason that it will do ,ro lto tures in the Postolllce ArArri ui.kh ur tin: ii.i.i.Hii.vn.i Ireelv a tir...iv ..!.... the cress verv .,., " ,i.r.. i!m... ,l0,,"aK, ' r.....tin ii...t j mu m ; "" in the United States has lelated restore public coutideuca than Linoiiiiieiii win serve on tue lUV1 Qt least. i llCfO IS SJIll til ill' kfCII it UOill-- ' tllC SiltllO WMV wllilel t .... I.UIn nt irli.t I... n.l--. M .ln.li.i..r-in pathetic terms how "the hum" tlitu" Imme P.l counter-irritan- t in the cress that jon nro wrillnjr; but as soon as! Plantation ( till Lurp stops chills, a 3? tl n.. tlm f!.m..ilit.. of nmcliiuer.v has heen stopped by anything1.. else nt this ..r it v- ........ .1 .... .t. t.,.i.. r.. .. .. . . ..' m am i ine.v tipver, ..:..... . :..!.... .1: ...'. ntnns Vm n'liek.; .i. pi-- i " v. . .,.... u n.... ,c ...u " ouuuiros. on irrigation 01 Arm l.atuis, ami uwivi.biuh.-i.hi..the tariff policy or the democratic .n...i 'i,iIH..M ,r lWJXr&SZf. The Sliprmaiiact, socou.leinned Pensions; Adams goes on the ottes, and after tlutc or four days loot turns and goes the other way. C0",M.,4CK: f ,. ,,,7h party. But not all tlio mac ery W ik Altogether Kentuckj's of water cres.conMi.nption the most ' is stopped- - The wheels in their wm passed by Kepnlillcnn voles furinCr, rrni.k.fr vottMiioney l.iick v i'H get it.1 weck k Uelegatlun fared pretty well. pronounce, cigarette iieii.l is re- - ytftvM republican heads keep on bun.. ,, ,,y g it.pu,li01in livB neiir I..lfoot -- Wle. Sold by R g ming just tl.e 6Mine. Price puNed at the sight ota box ol his i .,.,' . H lk(. Te . . .. t . . w 1 irnn r ' ul t4 .u.... 'oiiitiine compati.i.ns. J nere is Nrpre out oh.on otimilv. soar, iv.......n t m...m.1iii iii..Vmihi. u ..ttit.Y i : n7 n v wv ru f Piiii:iririiiiii'iiii a warrant and .7 i FltANKFORT laborers in ninss fnl lJ J,""" Ti.- ' " ' 4 ,V ,rdly a victim ol thecigarett habit e.l the house of A. W. Hunt. protested" ,, 7"r;, meeting last week ' ,f V"5i Vp nrovuru, .loruau, lo 0uld not willingly give it up, llsher.nau on the lake, and found against working convicts in u Democratic Convention at Chi- - Thp fol,owin , n 8poclnl fiellt 'i S 1.. Muantlly of vegetables that ho near that city when so cntjo declared in favor of Its re- 0ut from Poplur Ulnff Mo. to the if he could lo so conveniently, ami qiurry , in.tiiy iree inuorers arein ittieneHS. pem ami tno iiiioitiiuo iiouse St. r nnly ni.ni.ii.. last w eek. ctwy unci ' now that tin-17v9ft.1nr'rvrrsi . .. , ... TIipv nlleireil tb.it tlm m.ll..i.ur, i.................. '!.....:.. iiHiiiniiucnniun!iiiiuiiiiiiiii. Hunt was arrested and bound ' ,l e"llftw ,""ler; will ,,. E.erjr occ..r,iion being worked outside of the prison !,. " circuit court. v?.r ... 'V. invert bis silver ch,aroto "'S'" n emir of "ulille cupii" That lomijr io..li.jr i. ib the eoan.r,..i.n .r JULA " cnll"" .arresi nere an nay es eruny on a ..tr walls without authority, nu.l ask ", rccent.ele ,.,i ,,n Hunt ' ,l Ulttr.l.n "I '' and notilled him t0K'gr" fJr ""'' relief from tlio Hoard of Sinkli.L' b like wlso but by a closer vote. charge of forgery, tjulekly slippe.l !'0N '" iko the ,.Id V ,,, MAN". time gallnn s , (II,.,,. , of night about dark last night 1 "'". !... ij The Republican member, thnagh Fund Commissioners. i'i"",! eur A WlO CC iaill.'cd Sllll I at eVCTV Iliect- - p..... ........n .i.i.l.... ...1.1 ,.!.... I., .1... ...! i.i, r.....K tl... nit... ..r .....- ...... hcciiik no nn. - ins lint h nnn inn kpmi. . " """ I n.iM.u.n ... ....- ..... ru'ly prompllj nl rerr l "' I'l"" onjifc.noD isoneriugri prize nr ns,BflU.,nry vot workincs. ate .,..,. l"""ti' who gave his mime as A. A. itijr, the dudelets of to d.iv will cxt olilcr properlv and went to Tiiloii! i, i. .iuti a nm, bki .h.. ih.t tiieere.i cms IUI.lZI.tl, I'M. I. join n. tonuii.t, 1. n..i. . ?io ior nit essa. wiiilii snail Cle .,, ...11.. r.. i.e. .. ....... ............ K v. I.....1 ...v.. ..- . .. ... ....... .... i.CT ifi.n... Umiiiilir.'VH frnm CHiitni.. ..... ...... il....r ..h.. ..r...j Iw.riu' ...... is. .ii... u.,.....iI i... nui.i.c ..f ..., ....... ".r . r... ....i.... if. .....-- . ... w.. .. rf ' ..' i... mi iiir rrovMMnu f'ood, substantial reasons why the Restored cot.Hdence and pros-- swore out. i warrant for Campbell, they meet. New York Uecorder. OwiiIiv & Linnom, and says he, "T'le eoniu.iTtiyJera.int' Heiiublicuiis should triumph in the leiity should follow. He came to the city and kept in w, prosm-nt.." 1 ,". the "white caps" to iJ; !!" VV V.'i CiiaairfX ncaky coming fall elections. A man who Itl.e dark until his man was nrrest ., he bitter end. 5r" aV.. ...10....... ion misc 'i. can find good, substantial reasons ',i9 ,u'roBt Deputy .... It co.l. no mu7? yet :Ht -- ' nvrB .,... u j ,..ptr-i- .,l " fur a republican triumph, for $10, WfmWSWrlff Cutler handcuffed himself Tills year's election In Ion, w.kic- - inj n.. lolur ihn CIOITMANr, . ..... , MM must he a man who Is extremely iu jum .n Y r -,,, w nmmin(n,iM.,,le .ur.oc v. J v. hooks, oi inu iiiirti Iisnl up. It is worth nt least Sl.-l sDj i,. your .ub two great parlies Is uccessfiil ati at tl.e Cursou ft ',., 'Iho man. lo repeal the Sherman law, ami so Humphrevs left hoiiso. this morntlio t.olls. is expected to put iiii"reot Methodist church of Hull .3,ir.lc it one. Kur copy fr.e fr 00 to Mud those renaous. town lty. Last week he was culled to one, ert,.th. fenJ.r .fci.ib of four n. did n majority of the Ilepulilicnii; ,.fHbout us suddenly ns Ca...phellf end to siatutoiy prohibition in " couple from t he country Ho rr ml 'loo that State. Will, the Democrats "1 ' minority of Democrats vot- - did last J '! I, sea e, the vows .. t to local .After pledged hr , the ofllcers cent IheMur ?o o -- I to retain it. and so did a mb, without Solicits jour business. We nfTer the most Liberal Accommodations legislating on public roads. He nority of Republicans. So "ler '" "' to out CuMouieiH Consistent ultli Kbtahllslird ,t wouI(i called the minister to one side and question. K,y this is one of the most im- - remains a n. AierlwViiB sworn ou" seem Impossible' rTr 'prohibition "'' 'lm how n.nch ho owet llaiiklur Pilnciplrs. is your lire worth M cent. I lH.rtH.it subjects which can ho "I1"' "ol in the habit of setting Dumb Chill; Ague; Congestive o te I fortl.o'n warrant Hmnplireri Tsaid to two to maintain itself, for prohibition the . J. Ston considered, is of tnomei.tto' , , P'ire; I g.'i.prnlly permit tl.e Chill; Death. This is the evolu- illirowa ,8 I10l constiluiot.nl, us It! ' ho people and should receive at- - unconditional repeal of the hlier- to name the compensation, tlon of that malarial chilly sens... In i" Kansas, but only st.ittitory.) Campbell "' '. . i. tention at once. If the Governor man Silver law., but stood hv S.l. .. .. .. .. ti.i . The law liowever a - ows inn S'Jf.O." tl.in. Sum it in time. Plantation C. I1ALTZI-R.. .... ... If. T. TY1.KK, .1. V. POWKLL, R. IJ. RRHVARD Ilia nni miriuer, aim , . .....i riKm, , ............ ,.u iiib . .. "rii0""1"" '" !......-....t"r;..., win no n, urn win cost i. ...in ..... can (tet tlds needed leform really ver under tlio ' ' '""""icr. Act that the matter would bo fixed nn fall cuuarpeul the presont inw mid 'c ' unui uuro A. A. PARIS, W. A SHUCK. J. V. CUWGILL. fdarteil lie will be a publio t"1' uroiuii.nH ho ran his Hand y011 lloUlll,Bf Sold by option law. or miy " .'soon. Htiini.hreys showed Ksi. pnss n . . . .."(.... ........... ...t- - C'owgill i.v Cowglll, Hickman, Ky iim. uemiiitrHiH promisen iu re-- , yogt notes amounting to 10, other measure It may desire. '" m' power in ,','' ""'" is a half dolhir; you say Tito knowledge of this The Frankfort Argus says: peal the Sheriunii law. It isiline, uhich he said Campbell had for.'T. T. Sway n e, fl jon take ie law owj.iii The situation at present indicates practicallv. They promise to and which had hern presented the Legislature, In view of tlio Gore Ilro's., Cayce Ky. this and it will make & nltoireth-to a certainty that Judge Win. t.pnl tlm . stnnilii.g of the two great Ii'iipp A. 13. lirovnrd, Jordan, Ky. ., ..., unit It uill !. to 1110 lllCKIIinil COIIIII.V linilK at present on H V.VW Mill '" 3''i"K'"" dropped tlio Lindsay will lie nominated to suc- ,W... .. Is mnliifflp; tl.e question, Clinton, Ky, for paytuoiit. Tli parties ' Mr. Hooks' hand, and ceed himself by acclunmtioii. So done. matter is ouite a mvsterv hero nnd tho Prohibitionists to great nctiv-- , frr" the astonished minister re ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. II. . !...., far no other person has nuiioniiced ........... ....... ii.u.i. it.. ... ...n ..111.1....1 e n .. ... ic. I ,'Hi......! - . Tlmt- uill inimi..trutn their : Democrats promise Tnt-n rp. nuu.v hnil llowti to thositU himself a candidate, and we pre peal strength towaru mo election ot of tlio fair one iu to see Campbell escape." iti:iuci-:- i n.iTF.s the Sherman law, n tho next room. A ' mcml.prH nf llie Tjeiislaturo. linndiet nniiH will li nni.niti.nnil A.nd f'l(a.Vi nro kpol,ilS t','lr promise TO flllCltin AMI Till: ....... . ........ ,. . ....... ,.r ' Itirr to hold tl.e bal.incenf nower in little later on it will be cizen out Uuw tn tore Clinlcm Intnl. Inxl. .Mr 3 a fi Jt- that mid McCreary and Gov. promise to reform the tar that lioil.v and savo the prohibi- WINES DRUGS, I'll! uhl'll ll.r.a ....M f... V Urown have "concluded not to the There is a question that is ' tory law. This is possible, but Goddess is mlorti fnim KulLoa Iu (lilmn nl Ttck'lthuw un ' MUD I CLNKS, Jlllr .7 .Set. llfir.iAhv n kw fnn.lmt rluru fit 4i i lh rmii tup . .. .. .J. ..." tocMUtlnu AM) ways of interest to our readers not probable. It would bo moro ciiiur mo race. ' iug herself for tho occasion, UII uitlllOtl. n.oo'ln nM; w,i iilten wjih eTerynjnip-lai!!, iictiir, sihm! Iu return HT.l'I'lllv UIIV VCSV - A.IUt lint lust ut this time in this com- prob'ible through n ftibion with the wmv m i'M Krumuiyrr llit lit AsiiBh. T4iiSk.aakSk iisft f olin.r The race for Comity School SuInfaiil.un. I oomnienee.l until Nf L I Q U U It H (ii:uitiii. iv riiiutiw.s. muiiilv haiinens to be of special Populists, but even this has been .Mini; rhnn.lieilalo'a Collo, Cliotem mil KuuUlt ihinlj perintendent iu Graves county, ii'Avnviinnimvt Kiii.itotf) ritoji rnr.nttvru 'interest, iz: How long can one put out of the question since the I)lrrhot llemtdj unit nfler the firit few L kBBBBBHirKtBBBBWC '' J " ' I f mt3. says tho Pad u call Standard, is ex.... Senator Ge.re in his speech at J0(, u B,IMk beforn ,,rBBCn,llK refusal of Mr. Ailesworth to ............... doitj be km relietrJ. mil l ll.lt nritinf who ltln enter Clilci(ij wllUuut transfrr "f J. citing more interest than usual bLMMUIvB, well etrr. I feel hat I etnnol tour Iu full iw of tit field last Monday withdrew In case of a bank come tho cmididnto of sneb n it piiiueiit, and this year, from the fact that there ijarrT' M ssWTfii peak oo liihlj in it prtite Wt, i.MvTqv, i?r ii mudical BUILDINGS EXPOSITION lAlUKn is :i lady usjiirant iu the Held for from the race for the Senate failure or somo other cause of a proposed combination. vWLOmmwwmJcl y T. T. HWAYNB, Pioliibition In Iowa must go. " ' many kindred nature, still iniiko tho Urut;iil. "SH. ml ut.kt tuai otlice. iier niiino is Mra. Mo- This is good news to the OILS, Goodwin, and it is said that she1 niends of Hon. Dick Tyler who drawer of check responsiblel In St. Lotus Republic 18(5!) the new I.., Justice Pad ileal, is making nn effort to ;s a speaker ofuinro than ordi - had honed from the first that he PRICSCRILTIONS A SPECIALTY. m.ry forco nnd nbility, mid con- would have nn opposition. Fulton J. Peters decided In the court of, "Tun country seoma to bo in get up it trades display and fall A! IBS W3MS FAIR 5AIS3. ho C',B01 "f celebration of tho varioiid trades .lucts her canvass with ns much county has had m,l,?ll one Sn,.or I ',,e"18 (Wurll'i r.lr of u ,?l.m and iiiduatrics of the city. ronhiokl (roporloi 0 Hush 45s,), ''V' severe I'l.l.n.f energy and tact as her opponents, since the war nml felt that th'it the parly receiving a chock favor," says the Kiioxvillo 'Iri- Knrfiifll.fr ..rlc..Ur. tlck'la, ur rail on ..r .r numl II II IkkM u,iL5Sre. and H.ckmTeounties to ,ust f 9?''1 l"?J. Children like tn lulu " ". . C. ..l.lrr.. juiir Imal, IHMuS. (iI I' A.L'.ak.iiu. lP. l,'P. "l"k. ''"""i. II .... .,...,. :,.',K,0 - -0 ,.,u 4ui.il n riuu.l- - p, ,,,,.,! Cortnlii Chili ,tirr, the pica, 11, " d... ...... uu l.i-- r.i.l.l tl.ta linn. " "'" i,,D "'V ,,u i ecu '.?. " ? ing weaker and weak- - mil mid Kinirniitt-ei- l enshuvo laid the foundation of euro Tor rurttiesst. the next day. provided Prepnro yourself fnr the coming u serious split in tl.e party. JackAuo and .Unlnrln. which the check is er, nnd aeemingly at the very IVvcr, tho bank " ' l Ktein Splen JlJ Slock ef llie tery bid niskii Then! f'rlcc 50 cti. Bummor by cleansing your system "" drawn son, the nominee for Governor, is i doorway of dissolution. same tow "! ",' , of mII III file ot iaty.by. t, ,V. IluLcoMnR, Drugijiet and purifying your blood witli ? ' ",,l0 ,lie race- so unsatisfactory to tho prohibi- Iu case1 tho doctor says (ho crisis Is pass-- ) 1'UIIOII X'UIIOIIIOII. Plantation Snrsnparllla and Iodide tin., icliw, ...r il.n ij ii i.t .1 nrnw i. .....,...,, K l...lTP"T":... .... iri,.i .1 .. ..,! u,u iiuii. .I. L.uun n i in i. i u l....,l, I.. v.i ...... di.u l.nl.,u In' ..... nlnwlvl . no j iuiii. int. uiu HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &c. PrieuoOcts unit "1.00 l)e Moines News has called a another town or city, then the better -- but so slowly Hint only Have you tried Plantation Liver of Potash. Soltl by is vimiiii.i:. mi oyes can murk Pills for habitual constipation f per bottle. state convention to nominate anholder must send it (or collection w hltb .re offereil t ONK 1'ltlCK, anj tltl Ihe Cowgill & Cowglll, Hickman, Ky other candidate for Governor. Iho diseaso is lliey tiro porieuiiy ttelluhtrul nuu AmericaiiH, says the St. Louis to somo agent, not later that one tlio improvement. " " T. T. Swayno, a sure cure. Price Uoo. Sold by Let the Democrats act wisely null Republic, can always bo opti- day after its reception, nml tlio cone, tho fever has left tho verr lune.it the market jiullfln. Gore Hro's., Cnyce, Ky. they will hold Iowu iu line without mists with better grnco tlinii they must iu like manner present tieut, but it soeins ulinoBt iiiipos-th- "(JiIwgTll A Oowgill, Ilickuiau, Ky All goilf gueranlee.l lo te rcprrnenttil A. K. Ilrcvurd, Jordan, Ky. much trouble. can adopt tl.e pessimistic tone. " check at the bank upon which Bible for her to regain strength. ' T. T. Swayno. lliisiuesB has been dull, but it It is drawn not later than one day! Never the less, nil tho t Into she Is Gore Itrn's., Cayop, Ky. Ukpublicans nro taking nd van. up. ThiiigH Mississippi Valley Route Hunks after it comes ! titooftho supposition that the is improving every day. capital The presentationinto thehis hands, steadily building improving. tire A. 13. Hrovard, Jordan, Kj'. of check not1 tiiiqu Htionably G ami Army veterans nro dissat-islie- reopening their doors nail rl II.II.(I allej Co thnn one day nfter its recep, pie are gotting used to the situawith tho pension reform is flowing outward from tho vaults Pain in Stomach ami Ilnwels, ami stockings. tion with in the usual hours for lion and nro adjusting themselves wonder-lu- i iii'iveiuiint, and making a Purging. Cramps, Suininor Com I.0UI8V1I.I.K, There is plenty of food iu tho the bank's: business, is construed to the hard conditions. It is but bluff to boom some veteran plallit nnd other diseases of tho kvansvii.u:, while more or less to bo "ordinary diligence." This poor consolation, vet it is a lor presidential caiididato iu 189(1. country, and to ijincinnati, destitution is has been widely quoted solution to know that we of the Stomach and Rowels cannot exist be looked for ns It is early yet, nnd tho veterans Diarrhtua Mix. NU all roiNie & a consequence nf contracted by the opinions from Smith, and especially of Knox when Plantation I. ivo had eunuch of Raumlsm. employment, starvation is an im appellate courts of other states. villi), tiro sufleiiui; less than in turfils usod. It'suuaraiitood. Sold , Tlieyuit) satisfied "lib their old pnnsihlihfy uiib-sIllckiiiuii Ky Oowgill & it is voluntary. other sections, ami tho means in byT. T. Swayno, " comrade Commissioner When AiiieiieaiiH talk of wanting Mt. Sterling Advocate DI3ALEUH IN for our future sight ni.ii want nn honest deal for them, flnro Hro's., Cayce, Ky. tln-MKMl'JIIS. bread are iisiiii; a Ik'iiro of nro more ample and nearer ut r.lllMM'K WANTS nmn. selves and tho country they fought speech A. 13. lirovnrd. Jordan, Ky. VICKSBUlta, i.uii'.iwed troiu Kiampcnu hand." foe. Karly bluffs do nut make ... NKW 01tI.KA.N3, 1. ..,., iu ... IV.. .ISM..., 'Ml Wl... ...nn.l II,,., ...ill w uu. in kill, a . . 1 .... ... v. (11. .. u. . .... .:.!....... .1 ... ... lie.) II. IV I'll UjH.iui t u,- uruniiu win niiiuiera ,, ..rn-l.,.,. rnr iu. nt AKII ALL ril.STH r ,.. 11111 I'MII iil ;,,",, SBBBSV' '"I II Will lellli'ltu 4W tnil. nui jvill "III I.v the dumocrutiu stato convenWi,a IfftU Odltun to any serious extent. rJV m bo one of the most extensive in tion ut De.s Moines, last Thursday, but not of bitiul. 4w Hit Hickman, Council IMURIDKKT Cf.RVKI.AND tins If iniiny of us nro not Wenscd its history. Severn! causes huvo (Jov. lioiso was unanimously nomi Tit 67i ontim at folium,Cil' to- led n prnehitiiatit.il opening to with the decisions of Congress, enmhiued tn irreatly reduuo tho n a,U'JMMmmmli potion for governor of A'y., ' . . . i.l l,n.l Iw.Mw BT. LOU 8, I. CeO. I.'" Tl... ..n..ltn ". and, homestead entry we can extract from tho two crops in all of tho fond producing I I' latfnnn dnclarcs for ciitltuous to nd r...i. mijoiiduit Wett d CAIIIO, hi. iturdny, Sept. tl, 1803, at 12 weeks debate in the Hniiso a pat- - 'countries nf the Continent, whilo njspjlpamii CIIICA(K) JfikkkPBI the parity of gold nun. Kr-- . nl botiinlel l follow, .o.win o clonic noun, central stiimhiril riutio pink-Itlin lorenslo anility' in Great liritaiu thero is a falliuj gradee ot Plain, Mortlura anil Fine furniture at f tli" "ik We are oflerlnt r.rt.irrl prlf e. VT Ktejniune nt AND AM. folNlH- tune, all the hinds except those, displayed by Iho participants, off not only iu the grain acreage 'L'salalalalalalalalalalalalal's'sW mmmmgttmM rnrry a full line at all tirae.i.r Chnlro, Rookors, Tablos, Qiiroaus, Wnsiintnnrla, be Inlerieotlon of .Murr unit r..rner nf n Wordrobos, Clinmbor Sots, MnttruuooH, Bprlnn" Eto .ana wenuarnit;..ui reserved, recently whom were poor boys a hut Iu other products as w l lialalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalaM. tussle AiiiIhihI lreeti; lhe3 runiiimt ontherl jr N" m trii) onu lio lia tl.e li.weiv. oi nouniinry tjniroii irniii me uneroi.ee impair low years ago. Tom Koed nun Keports or n prospective "'' the eml soulh alii one VineAiniiiu Connecting it Memphln with through prlcui tu are headqu irtorsUlrc Undnrtakura' (nntiiu-ed- and dltouuul alt eouipetllloa Iu Ihll n.isi of on Htreel; Gsoils TWi '.Direct la Iho i.iinoii nun tno 'lonuiiwo and llnurko Cookran are still young, fainiiio wore received from r;u crc thence wenierly wiih tue louin ... ot irilnn tn .11 pntnli In line. Vf e enrrr a Urve Una ot Woodon anil Manilla llurml Cut. mo Indian ler- and botli havo earned wages In several months ago, but tney i'.iwuee iriues in to nit weiie oi ithiiuk-lokWUesalrlw and Job Work a u.cllljr. AIlKANdAH AND TEXAS. MIM 1111 VliiM'roet Mtuty Known us tho Cherokee Out. humlile employment. attributed to speculators Mrel; thence northerly with tl.e wet let. The lauds now open tn seti.i Of Wn'nill.on ..r.ok iu in. .a.iiii Itnlei, Tickets, nnd ill Information will bo This Is the best of countrlos and wero genorally disbelieved. llienee i;ii t are divided Into seven wo tl.e best of peoples. Optimism advices from the most lurnUheil on iippllantlniiln ;uur nearil KgH t of Mrr mreoii ...I In .1...tmiwrij lo tue ... - . TO est ticket fljfe.it. iu.iu ..i .l.u inning, wo counties. Hundreds of boomers is our natural role Pitch in en- sources, however, verify 'f'1,a orJInnce ahtill lVe ef- ec SoilL. F. DAY, T. II. LYNCH, liavu boon camped along the hor- thuslufttiually mid make business ports ami show that tit from ami nner iu pnuiiciiiion, iu pro. TraOJo M'gr. Au't (ten. I'm. Ae de in for months waiting for this hum. Wo can do it with a oer- - ullulrs was under Pu"ttcmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmM forhrtbe Uliancr or tiueeni ine ' than magnified, mUMMM LOUIS V1LLK, KY. proclamation. talnty of success. Ill OK.MAN, Ki pith i. .' a . J. I 1 I hard times and the sluittini; ('oWtl of inditslrien, thus elleetiu- - the labor niiirkct, is the retaining tide of Kuropean iiiiiniiriints. There1 are, aiinu illy, a little later than thi time, large ninnhersnl workuiKiiu'tii make who take pashago for Kuroe, Imtj thctotul rarely approat'hes the ntini- Iter who already tint year nave leu aniBB) ii T ill Eg & w Sams 9 CC:, et'XS - - Staple and Fancy Groceries, L.aii, WO I . .. 1 - .. I ii , ' .', , ' ,.. l - ii I i,hfUS!M.,iiUinjtei.i P . I ie i . I . . I I I . inj-eni- it w I U i - u pi-- fe con-emi- tff ' i M. B. a S Shaw, ac I . . :1 -. Staple and Fancy Ckoceri.es, DETJI'V3II'JIJD . K-A-a-niiH. i I j I com-(ilal- --i , I - g.iv-r.i- I I . - , ,.. ,,.,,., -- . I ,,;, PRBB! I J Tli-r- ln r.HBH projetof - - - n)Bf a.ii mmhm I t national bj.k, - . - tflu-rf..si- u I - Piirt-hiisit- fr ,.,, - mr-Cnii- nl "-- - Il'5. !' ! C A P 1TAL STOCK ::50,(J00. "'' tr DIRBOTORS. OPPIO E . s t . x- A-- J l"or, U - e 2 I - iiii-ui- ............... . 1...n "'.' f.ir-n'i.l- ....... - ""'" ' " T' '- i ninri. f... I !.-- .- i lif II vumiiaiiii W ;iv 1i.i ft i xr., P- .- ! -- .L-..- j... ii- -.. ,.,.. : ' ,.,. '... .,i .. v,i """ ...... .. , ' - a 1 - - . 11 """ , v. - ,...,,,.,., """' I " i:...i ........ ii. " ,V,1 fiMsf 'QJSSSE PVv55'VifiyrVV v fJT'"'S.i. IPiK'iSvSSy 'f I ol , ,.,. ,.,-,.- - UJi3 UM WAGON, KMXTrCKV. ,""'lIeJ-n;'2:,,,,,,0r- - -- . ,.. .... l.l III Civ . 1 l u. e . I ,.,.,. 1 t "'.h X ....... . , t.m?lLiiXriKo'! J inaf'stfor vt mL TO ,b - .J t" '....: ':, Paid Up Capital $40,000.00. . KENTUCKY. MMS. Ka(it1llniJta . 109 non-part- y o. u n ,,"!" ' , . Bland-Alliso- ,....' . ....".. ;It, "' - t.-..- i-i !.... "-.- . K'i. .,,,., 1 DIRECTOR , bcuo-facto- rK-u- l ".. 1 4' ,,,. i..o .v - - ..., - "' "'" '" """,":"..;"'.. e Dofiler in : ex-Go- St.ir-Kye- d nl-- I 1 JW.kM.K."m -- l - J ) n 1 , 1 - 1 1 be-M- a fr ........ m&wsxrsMwwmm m EwmwLwr; .i m -- !' V tiMMXw nt Rogulai Stops Suiiu..-)iu.jr , I - J? "?"!'!' ' '; ., i ' down-grow- I. ":?!. ,"" B,. B, BRpa,Vi&R.3D l. A - KY ... isjnthe 'r I . closely-watchin- g pa-age- o I Pen-Inte- r i d (N.-I'u- ."' .1 ) noofine: a JSpooi41't3r FURNITURE. FURNITURE. con-opinio- n STEPHENS TYLEIt, Cow-gill- s s i ..- 11. 1 I I r,, 11 11 r. 1 I An Ordinance. J -- u jib:. run lure and Uiidcrtakci 11 sOoous C 1 llick-ll- . n IrmiMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk miih-M- i I I i or lii nnd "Wast. , - a - - w BK.IKC 70T7S, JO? .V70RK THE - I COURIER m - - OFFICE. a VJ . 1 1 f1 !rrsVjwttiLJvaj iWlitmiiTiim if. .11. "i . . , IjbbbbbbbbbbWswbWHi'sW ' , . . ,... i- - .iiviAJL. ' . - . V " j. . . ' :. - , ... . Tl.-.- . .rVk-Sf- ... tig" mrrxz '? mx, , . .,- - t m .iiiUmrA.VjeaHKSBf&VMiiSWU tb m . .t n trirti- - r. urtkd - tr ! ? j jw rv i if r,xa"-.v- a.' , r.i a iw . i l.i vljjtt . WiSlfM 1 s?uMmMW . jwur.iiuiuiiiaiiiitiiii ii Fruit Jars n ..jo. fr.i.nijwift.i ! - w - v.j.ji.,n..ws im ! Mason's Pint Jars Mason's Quart Jars 75cts per doz, Mason's 11 Jars SI .00 doz. llalf-GalloJars Sl.25 doz. Globe Tin Quart Cans, Jolly Glasses, &c, &c, all-Gallon IFOR, Gaels per dozen. Fruit J.ars gE- - "'' an ? Ill ".If SkgSnry.ca i 18'JJ. arn, nJ tinned. Umi-i- l I'ruent JJrjr- - X W. SfUL Tfe Mv; Vrt x.v) Clnfwdl. rei oltr ml- for the 4"flJ (W O5 Tinita nere irr.Mild ilch nn motion, wire J Alio, Succenor to J. II CO TO- 1" Ia.es w We have too many Goods on band, and must reduce our Stock and convert it into nionev. During this month we oiler our 1 11 II Ilpiliiir llL11.11 i. Irlr. I'D vijcaf '' 't Books, Statione A full line of OPTICAL Gt nrlonr. '1 ork on nlret, ulinp. it. Ii. IiF Koa WATra aneals 45 Oil 'Jt 00 Repair's Fins Watches a Spec. uutced ns iteprec ted. Woik nnaranteed, mill Goods Goar- Klinger's Old Stand, Clinton Street. I 'in mimimlonii oiffintt Ai.iW 12 85 or mti'lrlre, .V 00 house, 7 "U H.00 10UU n Buggies! Saddles!: Harness I I have the inttst cotniiletc mid tMrcfiilly selected lino of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods V Millinery,. ENTIRE STOCK u 1 v 'm. . i and ri.rcriiic t.tourf. 1x1 11111 THjior A Prink Thnnii(in, Si for lirick, T) Irr, for blocks, work nn 1. II Dmiirer II Itt &c for "ii'i'lilf., On molinn, elin'k mi. orilt-rn- l l.sutil lo II M l.lrr for f'J ID .mount li.l.uct-ilrer- t par mil of Juljr 7,i It. p.lil liy liiin. On nioilun, ehrek i. orirrcI U.iieJ lo l 'V10 Younj; f r $1'J fiO, on of work done for M.lcr and electric lltflil 1 llr.tir'l, rjB'O'T ATn'D'S'TTAT.TP M OHAS. A. holcombe; Dealer In DYE-STUFF- " BUGGY HARNESS AND SADDLES In Hickman. Collar I'm Ik Also, it full lint1 of llridles, Collin Check Mncs, Hrceeliing, linnies, Traces, Ac. "G.O0 A good net of Huggv IIui'iiom. .- 1 A good Saddle 'IM 10 . ..- Hiding Hridles 60 mini! llridlos 25 Collar Puds If vim want a good Huggy, hoe mo before you buy. "& T CUT P s TIII-- REGARDLESS OF COST NOTHING ITT OX I'HBMIt'M CARDS DURING i SALE! In eonfirmliT wlih thfOli.rl.r for Fifth elite, cllle., Ibe flliwln otdliianem were (irr.enled mid rend in open ('ouikII Tlit Cilq Council of llir C1I1 of Jifkmiin Jo UrJiim, 'lb nl the 1'ulice Oiurl of llie r, Oil; of lltokiiiHn in ike diaie of for Ihr irl.l n( civil eae, ehill be hrl.l intlir Clljr It. II in Ihr Cit; of lll.k. Krn-luck- '' DRUaS, HEDICIHS3, PAINTS ABD ISICICMAN, ICY. man, , nn I lie HT wSJtifc& N., (3. & MoDaixi! mri;t,. - w Ilitilrouil Time Table. St. ,Ij. It. It. ll.ln I Tr.la N . Km Porsonal Itoms. .!.!,. ii,.. . -- . n.,ik-,c- i ni.ni... , .liete.lforn.m.-.hiui-hter.iindtiie.?"!:i?:tJ;i.S::. l M Uu l .. hi. ro.. makes clo.e eou.iu wlih In ft week, but thejurv could not dipt. Jeff I'ogers, of Arkuti agree. There will not be mini her r.. Hit- - I. A N i MeKensi. (nine ni.nb, oaw, Is in the city. Willi lie N. N A M V il''liiC4l. Junctiinl until November. Much sym tion gelng nonli and ilia Mr. Sol. Ford, of Fulton, was palhy is said to bo felt for Woods, going iiiilh. in the city this neck. who, it Is mud, thoroughly repent-Mr. lioiils Do.Moutcnnrt, of ed. Cairo, III., was In tho city this a Medinty nerer went to the week. bottom of the well, as reported Viienllmi Is ot er. Mis 1'eurl Cioalder will vihit He onlv HtiMined down to Cowher oister Mis. Mitchell, in Sl'' gill's Drug Store mid got bottom Ucliool begins next Monday. I.ouIk, several weeks. nrices 011 Paints. Oils, OIiip, etc. Keep tlio rubbish oh" of the Mr. Tom Thomas has been Thcv keep a full Hue of Mich ' Mieet. 1(J.'I)3. placed In charge of tho Water and goods. Circuit Court eouveucB next Klcctnc I.li!ht Plunt. The Farmers Homo .lournal Monday. -- Messrs. Otto llertweck audi C. A. Dou-I.imof Ulmu, MisH.,' Publishes the fol owing receipt to eaT Chicks itt Muck Hron from pie vein niuui 111 inuii ..ii. are In the city this week. New stock. Vflo up. 1M0 W IJr LLX303)T,,T9ErCO. Bcrrre-rrM "M" lit 2EK Tfrr' -.wi..jit.u 'wyr'ft- Jt' r. kz&ZzsS'M r"Warrenton Woods, wlio killed mat n i lU driitikcu tlht, at Pa ibrIa LJfficI SiU-lisShoe. e iicU iiiUUiW AbWlS r "-- SMITH, I and eterr month, and continue from dT to il.jr until all Ihe buslnei.. I. completed; provided, howrvrr, thai t lie court for good . may acliounied over lo uny other day tn i.t,t wrk. '' n.il ordlnanctt to lake effect '" after II. pinar firt M011.U7 In r.eli PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. 1 a - - li -- -' 5. r - Xl .Bti m I f . Mon iii a " '. C. C. Cert uln CMH Cure" Tub West Imlia htinicaiie which swopt tho Atlniitio coast from St. pleiiMint to lake mill luimile... llko It. f.nnrnntcctl Augustine Ila7 to ow lorK bun- - ClillilreuClillti nud l'cvcr. Larsc 10 urc oniiav-- ami juetstiny prou- - bottle SO cents. T.lM tves. At I'ort Forailehy C. A. HoLcoMBt, Drujctil. Altrit W. I. McCuicm. cmrrra. u.. iioua.Kncariy iuu On mot'on (aid ordlnsncu passed anil six whlla, persone neirroeH iinanlniou.tr. were killed or drownei Siivmi Cwuncif ri t'Wy Tliat nf the City of Hickman nnh reports fifteen dead and miiiiy ilo OrJain, in c.ie of the atnence of J , nr whn l,ir unr c ,uie' iniesliig. Clinrleston vras swept iy Ihe I'ollco ( Saereuera (a HIIo Mre. iir can not uroprrljr prrtide, or vthen he the Btorin Sunday and great dnin I. nworu olf the bench, then the Mayor nge done. Over forty wricks nro shall ell and act In all inch c.sei; bill reported ami many vessels are he proceeds to act. he .hall lake Ihe still missing. omh nf officii a. preecrlhel io the Coiiatl E, .1 11 (E IIIsa. 1 re INSURANCE! Fire, Life, Accident, Tornado, &c. to!.! Asssis of Nlro aofom-it..latl"- LOCAL NEWS. lulloii of the Commonwealth of Keiilnckr. KPIMOIWI. lll'IK'll. S.lil or'lln.iice to take effect from nud aflir pa pursue l'niic'IiUc servirrs fill be held in Tom Pillov, Ss , Maror. lite Kpicop.il Church in 1I1I1 cilv for (lev. Mr. Attest W I. McCctc:ikn, 0. C. weeks, tirlnnlnj; riil. On nioiion, eaid ordinance Fas psed Ito.e, cvaugeli.i, elTiclaiine. Ufti S. FiTZuudii, Hector. iio.nlmnutlr. tion wa. (rallied (In rnolion, the Commlltce 011 IValrr and Electric Lights are dlreclerd to have the roof of nairr works home repairnl. The Coy having no rfgnhr Street Com mixlnnrr, it wa. morel and rrcondnl that llie Counrll proceed lo elect a Street Com lulu. loner. Die motion was adopted and Mr A I.TWon heinir put In nnnilna J Ibere bring nn oilier lion, tlone he urs. uniinimnnly elected Street CominiMioner for bilance of thl. year. Mr (feo I. C.riienter ni.dr n proKs1 linn lo the Council to furni.h 200 cord, of goo I h.rl wool in he deliverel and eord I of the water work a plaut, ed upon Ihr in audi qiiauutir. anJ al .mh times ns mav he dealt: tinted hy the VVnter VVoiks Committee. All nf said wool to lx) delivered hy the lit of Octohir next. On motion, council adjourned, m 11 non-Iria io Cia;i3i.j Hefresenteii I Ihe rmninlller on reiion nf ordioano-- e a.krd for further lime, vrkicli, on mo- LOW It V U.N TO (IIICAIUI. epem-hr- - , I ou h, . tkeMakMh-Mf?-- : TM P.Km4lt.r0en'l knew i it 1f "To" lo tittle tcfX Waatdan II the llliiioi. Cenlrul Kailroad will sell ticket, from ('.to lo Chicago and return $'J 20 for the uund trip, tickets Kood at reluming umilApt. lOih, 18D3 Knur daily trains fronB.lro to Chicago, leav ing at 4 :t0 p. ni On Ihe 2nd, 3rJ, lih and Slli of r $ani,oofl,ooo.oo. OFFICK OVER IlIOKirAK BAHK, .msbi'M iSHiiuio uuueers Don't keep .your children nut .1ii,1M ,,r mil sminkle it nehool on uoi'ouiit of Hiu "hurd blu Fieuch and Lillian Luten at-tend school at Howling Civcn, uieiilv over I .. v nusiieis 01 htrt time." Ivy. wheat. This remedy is so simple, Many people predict Hint Mr. .las. K. Fnqtia ImMiig Inexpensive nud easy done, that pur bushel client will sell for ?l chargK of Master Findley Kumllo there is no lnuuer un excubo for ill It'bfl than MX IllOUtllS. and Heiirv Amlierg, has gone to smut In wheal." Ily reducing, expenses now all tho World's Fair. One of the Iiniiiisntupst men Fortsufbii.incoi will be able to catch Kldcr .1. II. Itoiilhao. of tho In the Win Id's Fair Ih nn educated with liabilities after a time. up Chiistiau church, will begin a Indian, located over bv the An-at the Methodist church in thropololeal building, who has Tho city election draws nigh, iiinl there lire no candidates mi Tru, Teiin. next Sunday. aeipiiiing varietl exponenees iiutiiicod for mo of the offices. uncivilized persona. To it Mr. Tlios. Parks and f.xmily, party of women who weie peeling money out of your after a sojourn of seveial Tike jour lick nmn, lime relumed tollicir iu Ins tent, the other day. while obi dirty nueUs and put it back In he turned and he was the hunks. Good times ale surely old home, New hern, Teiin. Haul in good KngliKh: "l.adb. COUlili'. Mr. It. T. Tler and fainlh nre in hoiv would you like me to peer 11 n to J. W. Strnnglinn'si for tin- nrl Chlcilgll vliilii"' fair your iIh'khii) loom while you Ihise-hitl- l Tuck-le- . and wl uud II.iIh, riai'gitig your toiiuti ' 1:21 Ac. health resorts on tho lake. Then they eki'ped. Mrp. It. M Islcr, of this city, The banks of the country nro Miflerinp from the cRofts of n In comp.iiix with Mr las. K'ojcr nub and wito of Paduculi, Is visiting hevere attack of inntlon. tho World's Fair this week. A discouraged. Don't Ret Masters Al. Fr.ris, Tom nud better day Is coming, mid It will Nich. Holeointie, leae MnuiJuy be here before you know It. It Is night to attend tlio Woolwlue (limning right now, School. .at Tiillahoina Teiin. Miss (leorgia I.auier, of HickIt In reported that enormous iiiiiutitlrn of gtnsshoppom have man, is isitiug in theciiv. the guest of Mr. Fields, Twelfth and invaded tlio section of country J r4 Jefferson. Paduculi Standard. to Obion, leuii. tear- - On to the Hickman Mra W- C. Johnson and little Mouse togct Dahnke'rt I'uion Cit Urend; son, (ioablei, left eNterdny for Colorado, Springs, li Iimxfn for iTie, mid .'I ereain Colorado where she will iciuaiu for several loap for Mc. Itcculved daily. months. ''Do RnmcthbiK to rentoro conProf. W. K. Liiiuley, who, has fidence," Is the cr. of the. banker fl iiinl umrchiint. "Do It joiuneir," been nbsent soveial weeks holdU ing County Institutes in the upIn the aiibwer that coincj back. returned per part of tho State, Men who purpose to Hell homo Sunday. pooiU thin fall hhoiibl Imsten to , -- Itov. W. 0. Waters, of tepleuish their ntnukn and to toll preached at the Methodist people where bargains may bo had. church, In this place last Simday Circuit .Inil(o Mos iiintruct-e- morning. to a largo audience. the urand jury of llallard conn-ly- , Murray Ledger. at Wloklin'o, Innt week, on tlio Mr. Cartan, of CnlnnCity, netiCHt)it ol BiipprcbstiiK mob viowas In the city Wednesday, and lence. rendered valuable asslstatioo to The Fulton Comity Tcachera' the ladles of tho Catholic church In5,ELta, luMllutc Iiiih been In hchhIuii nt on tho occasion of their supper. Itiekman Colleuo litis week, and Tho many friends of Hon. IF. keep your 11:111111! will adjoutu today. Sou report Ifyou A.Tyler will he glad to leant that heforotho fall to thay will people of proceeding. he has leturiied tn Hickman, his forgot If people will only he patient old home, to live. The C.ipt. is a tainly place toyou. Tlioro Is no keep your iiamo now, have uoiilblencQ In each oth- valuable acquisition to any coin, better posted than inn well circulated er mid in tlio banks they will co uiiiulty. newspaper. It is an overv day tlio ch!cii light breaking thiough Mr. King, of Hickman will matter, nud tho public can't for. .. the financial clouds. move to Clinton in October and get yon. iryou liuvo any thing to of will live at Itov. W. II. Williams' sell, try it. The I'ifth A initial p.vKedernl soldiers of West place. .Mr. King will place his wy Whun tho wivtor worus nre will be held at Martin, ehiblren in Clinton college. Clinin operation everybody should f tit and 1.1th, To n n., September ton Democrat. take a bath. Cowgill & Oowglll J81KI. All ex Confederates nro corA host of little children wero keep nice Soaps, Sponges, Toilet dially invited to attend. rovally entertained Tuesday even- Wateis, besides a full lino of ExI will sell Hox Paper at cost ing by Mr. mid Mrs. W. P. Taylor, tracts mid Odors. tctf for the. next 00 days, in order to at their residence, tho occasion ' in A pei lout town is being in honor of their little which you seo tho fnrniois Hint red ii en stock. patron-i.t ai J. W. SruAumiAN. daughter, Paulino, nud grandson, tho merchant, tho uicrehauts George. Alloy. atlvcitise iu the local newspaper, The candidates for the will speak at Hickman next Tho fanner who is frcdinc ills the lahoiers spend tho money they Monday, Sept, Itli.nt I o'clock, p. nheat to his lioj,'s shoubl m,cnru witii iiuiir own traiicsiueii, in. A cordial invitation is extend- both his wheat ami his hoes uu,il and nil uuimateil hy n splilt that ed to all pood Democrats and oth- he digests tho tact that wheat will tuey win inn purcnaso iiuicies er i;o)il oitlzciia to attend. ho wheal in tho woiltl's market abroad If they can bo purchased nt home. Tho spirit of reciproci during the year ahead of us. Tlio ladies of the Methodist ty betwooii business men ami will given dinner in the Church 6a? Tiiidies, don't wear ynnr fanners and iiiauitf.ietiii-ers- , court houso yard on Tuesday and selves nut by rniininc nn old, results every time iu uiuUius Wednesday of next week, to which heavy .Machine. Call nt CougHI'd tho louu n satisfactory one to do everybody is invited to eomu nud Driii; Ktoro and jrot u li"ht tun-- , business in. partake of. Polite attention and ulnp "Now Homo," tho best ma An evehano philoHnphleally n good dinner gnarnuteed chltio In the market. roinarks: "It is a urovviui' convloTlio Supper clvon by tho Tho e.tcursloii from Cairo, upon iiilmU tlmt if laud ladies of tho Catholic. Church, which was atlvortlsetl to arrive tlou cultivated for all itiswoith, was Wednesday night, wati well pat' Wednesday, failed to umteri.illze,! ami more attention paid to little ionized, and u neat sum realized but tho ladles of tho Catholic thluijs, tho country would bo for the Church. After tho supper church carried out their part of wondci fully better off. Why it was over, thoyoitng folks onjoyoil tho program nnd gave an excel-hin- t nud how is it that onu family is can a dance In City Hull. supper. make n living selling chickens, Itnnk drafts drawn no Sanders A paralytic old negrosi mul sev- butter and eggs, and u neighbor larger farm, A Kico, (lilted Oct. LM, 1102, (obi cliihlrcn were burned ton crisp with a opportunities, inoro help ami sell none of enough to bo out of date), two be- eral heller ing h mi oi oil daily at tho Cash Shoo in a cabin, on a farm near Charles- those! Theie Is no reason why children on ovory farm should .Store. They allow tho amount of ton. Mo,, lat Saturday. The cabin off for was totally destroyed by tlm lire, not anil 0110 hundred ilolhus tho faeoofdralt tho liist dollars woith of goods the origin nl which is unknown, uml worth of cilnukoiiu nnd turkeys foul play i supectd, bought whuu presented. butter nod eggs every your. H. Millcnmevei's plan it, to disMtlie1 one ,,,,,11111 1.1 niiiCN'.oiio in ten ,,i-r ... fin't . 04;d.-'CMUc- Tb. rtl najwbr I domux rtanv it i- -j OtumJfMit 'zjSlib Rod gCJcSH ouse Scbooi Shos. Everv G.iir &u 1' Lititc nil 7il6 n III , IV.I!) an.l ii ryine l'ultman Huffet sleeping car., snl running directly past llie World s Fair grounds and making regular stops it World's Fair Sutlnn, For further infor (Midway I'l ilionee) malion apply 10 Ticket Agent at Cairo. CU a. all IIICK.MAN, KENTUCKY.' HICKMAN HOTEL, EESTAUHANT, LUNCH COUNTXE.! Counter open day ami night. Meats at all hours. Hoard and $3.00 per week. Hay board '2.60 per week. Msal 'Jo cents. UhicingzO eestt. - m KUUCMi UATfS, Manage. Tlio best School Plioci iu the w.irW for Bovs and Girls. pair guaranteed. Tor tale only at ?-& yr Gen I IIANUN, I'm Agent, Chicago, III. A. II TKIKDTi: OF KESPIX'T. 23al"fesavi - C&? I&.SJ7r,St, ro-iv- innn-.l'i- s 111 1 dreM-liiL- ', A direct lailroad from I'ast St. Lmns to Cairo, III., is contein-beeplated, and a company is being ir.uured to biiibl tho mad. The MisrisMppt liver is either fiozen or veiy low half tho year along lu entile route ot tlio road. ri... route hoseu is twenty miles (lis taut from any other lailroad. It that the local trnfllc is will alone inako tho- - cuterprleo u n or-wit- h 1 Attet V. L. sttccei-s- . aTTJ!? OEESIr3E333. THE CASH SHOB STOHE. it If Sl G - Times will have to become much worse than they uiikbcfore Changes in Prices of StJiool DE. L. P. BALTZER this country can beany thifi less Books, at than the bet country 011 the globe. S3T Catalogue pneeo on Watch- - D. E. WILSON & CO'S. kf,ntucky. .i i.. i.n....i esnuti .leneirv. uaiiuini eauiiue all" n iv Rtnek nud net my prices bo. litiokul Tlim we extend to hi. bereav-c- Oiler, hie professional services le ihe pec New Old symfamily fore'llltuiie; Cash I'i ices. I'i ices pathy In an, relatives our sincere point Office, pie of lliclcnmn anil vicinity. cur of Jaeksou anil Kettlackv 8' thnr k'reuvemenl. nud .). W. STRAUGHAN'S. .10o.., ..400 Ibein to lllin .lidl.il. nriiiuisad to cum I 2nd Reader P.... MHV , Mra.J'rjnk Lesllo denies tjio :trd 'Hcwlc'i s 45c. .oucitort ficotrcl, urn lbken ot our esteem 7.0c, S.'iO rijiuor that she Is tn remairy, and rih I.'eadeiH "r BrTer dtmlaies that she would not wed Hlemuiitar.v Arllhtiietlc lOo... Ma ' rnin ol,r J'Pir'ed Irnped inthe lodCe room Tlr T. nTT.lT.V T3TMT1 A T? u 'i.laU.ki 50c... ...Cjc thirtycnarter ami ibnta copy mourning for Ii fi however, Fractical .'trd Fart n masculine angel days, ai llis just such declarations as this fioin Harvev's Eug. Oram'r..0jo... ,,.7oc lutions be entered on Ihe records ofre.i the idnw that iiKvhv s ets U.S. History 1.(. Si.'-'-t) lod,;e, a cpy sent lo t he family of our de- - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, cli!irmiu: ceavril Ilrolher, and publliiiuJ la the people to looking out fur a wed- Complete fieography, J.'JO... i,a. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Compare prices nud ileal with llaknun Courier. ding. llespectfullv submitted In "0. M. A." tho maker of low prices. Itestdenceand ofTue nJjoiniDg Judge King;, Das. C Wkabm, The wife market is improving. ) man s office. I Com. W. ti Jonaios. 3ii Vi2 Rome weeks ago a man it i western W. L. McCuTciirN J TeaeltorV Institute. Now York sold his wife for lfi cents. A Kentuekiau, Ihe other Q The Annual Sesdon of U day sold Ins hotter half for 70 View of Ihe World's Fair, etis cncotiiasiug. of Ihe Fulton County Teacher.' Institute Thla cents. College, Monday, When tun mov heeomea more abun- convened at llickmtn in TnTSXSend BIwo centsOen'l postage XX--to F. Howe., dant a tolerably good wife will August "3th, and will close this eveuing, Hickjia.v, : : : : KENTUCKY. Passenger Agent ILLINOIS L'KNrUAL p porluips bring as much as a dollar Supt. J II. Saunders Is presidlni; wpli his lMlLUOAU, 191 Clark Street. Chicago. p iu localities where tho tralllc is usual f.irneKS and ability, being assisted Ill, for n fret 'copy of s large, colored . .. VINO re.tnneil the practice oriaw.a o In the discussion of the tulijecta by Ihe led on. McCutciici, City Clerk. t...i Uar.I.ORKEMTttKT LolWr'.Sl, K nrll 1 HliKMi.N, Kv Aug ii, 1WI 'iViiLitKA., lvtih hns again lux led our circle Mid taltn from our midst Ilrothcr John T Oaklf, ll.ercfore. be it licolvtit, Tbti vie meekly how In lo llie will of Hun ho docth all thing, well; imIIz'D -- tbat His arpoint-mint- s, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ihoiich 'nvcrrif n are not ahitrnry; that Ihere is t,.aloui and sooJne In llcui HICKMAN. : : : : J m j - JlKHskF. I I 11 Twenly-Fonri- h - 0. L. HANDLER ATTOHNEY-AT-LAVr, o .Sorth-er- lo A'jM & 73 o u Hick-man- Oh.ildroa and Missos SHOES. cer-ion- e ) cold. Go to Oow'gill's Drug Store and bin a buttle of Syiup of Tar and Wild Clierrv, or mhiiu other good eolith medicine. VI10 New Madrid Iteeord, of last week, iiiiiiiiiiiipch the death of Mr. Shelhv Sheeks. at his home on Parties Ithlge, New Madrid county, Mo., after n lingeiiug illness, on Thursday, Aug. -- Itli. Mr. to most Slioeks was nfi'flur cttl.eus, having lived for mtftiy .vears opiosito Hickmaii, in well-know- can lu.tltule. 6'if When you stand out to look les'hers of the .Monday forennon w. The whole of nt the elcctriu lights you will catch ' - - lie-unio- n 1... Ten-tiessc- o 1 trict, the County Superintendent being No IIUOK isitos, tho effect that 011 being presented oxctiso forit riaiitittiou President, Profs. J C Ward, iL'C the Old Reliable. voter ho invariably, byway tn Porns Plaster with enpslcuia II. Norton an Mlstra Annie Sherron of introduction, proceeds to inwill ouro it. So'd and cuaruntcoil Tliero is to bo n circus nt Ful- and Keltic Wjl.on were accordingly form said voter that "it reminds! Vtce 1'reslilenls for the succeeding Biitlsfaotory bv him of a little circumstance that. ton to . day. 1. Pleas. Taylor receiv. year. In the atlernoon ...- - subject or .. .1 .. .. I........ Il. iL. I.. .. . t...fa.l.. t. NI I'll 11 i III I lllll lllll. Cowgill, Hickman, Ky Cowgill : "". ' "a'e ,""",W." ,, V,"7 l"V ili... took piaco hetvveen hlnisell nntt I'llill liri'NNIIIir ' " T.T. Swa.vne, Silas M" &c. His friends sue-- ',y' ' ,0 Mayor and Aldei.nen of ,ro luced l.y ...., Cook,n and History, , , fSoro Hro's., Ciu ce, Ky. " L'Ktt that ho dronthls "littlo cli-. re n in ivnri Ky. cutnsl.n.ee." mul l.nrrnw a few nfl "IW "uv "e ... ; ." . ... . ,;. ' - In his eves, that it will tie linnossl- 1...I... llllllll'r n uaiUOIIIKU J IIKUS. !.. .'"Will n i sraiuiur,ujf ll m v illlllU ibtffor hlltl to ntteild. SaVO Ulld'no.oh. In ihe ifleniuon sublecl of Anti-Paiio Mlpbouri. SW We will give you 23 per from catalogue A good joko Is bolng told on cent, discount of our county candidates to prices on Watches, Jewelry, &o. - view of the World. Fair an.l will give his prompt and undivided! vicinity. It is mounted on rollers for attention to busluei. entrusted lo his care? tak bunging up, and will be found of value as en up In organtzlii); an I getting rea.lv lor a souvenir, and for reference. work. Prof J. C Ward was elected Vice ('resident of the Institute, nnd Will II. Cook, Vcretarr. The new school law re- -' ipiiring a Library committee to look after Office over Hickman Uaok. the interest of till County Library, pnr-ch.- 'e hnnks for lh same, etc , Miss Kiln UliigMood and Prof J. C. Ward were HICKMAN, KY. elrcted to that committee. Slriy1' or 8lolen. from Ibe undersigned, Will a'lend promptly to all baslnem lu Monday afternoon was taken up wlh in Fulton county, Ky , on or about MonrachU-'Vtrusted to hi. car. the ili.rii'.ion of Wilting, by V. It. Cook; day, July 2llb, A D A It li U A V Cities, by Pnpl J. II Saunders, and a MAKE, ahuut 6 years old, having heavy general discussion of lLeory and Practice, tail, light in. ne and foretup; has split io right ear about one-- . nd- - -- half inches by the Institute On Tiir.lay the subject of Arithmetic long; blsok feet ani Iffs to Lnees; has was Introduced hy Prof T 0. Itoach, end .plint knots on I ih fire leg. Aoy In- Attorao,ir-at-Li4w(ll.ciiv.sd by others. The Fulton County formation that will It'll io tbe recovery of HICKMAN. KY. Kdiic.llonal Association was reorganiied said mare will he I her. II) rewarlnl. Tiifmlay Under lh new law, the As'3. Address, MKS NANCV HOLLINS, 8-8:15 Office with It S. Murrell. IlKkman, Ky. cialion mu.t nisei allerualely In eachof Ihe four civil district, of llie county, am! fjr each disrequires a Oh, my poor hack ! What pain I bird's-eye HA T. STRAY, EQR STOLEN! B. T. DAVIS, Attorney - at - Le w, Liber Reward! 13, A. W. LINDSA,Y,.t ; h n COAL! 11 (Ml! COAL! VI I eleo-le- d .. riTTSIIURO, EUREKA, ILLINOIS LUMP, n.I ANTIIRACITB, In any pinnlltei desired. 1 s 4 . ! 1 -- l- -.. Lej;ls-latur- o - the ECEXTH t sale nr .. . ,h r, l..,.ln..n nt. II Hoi. IV.. l'hyaiology an) Spelling were Introduced II lllll UUIilir, III IIOII II J, 7ork: Acnsy. , by l'rofs. J. M. fnri.h and W II. Cook, Chloride of 8 noiim,'. tlmt Pleas, enjoys Gold Institute, PAEIS & PARKER,, respectively, and discussed hy the InstiI.euve vnnr l,iu..1l. nl R,....l..r.l b0 imeh US dr0U8' LOCATED AT tute Other subjects were discussed hv KENTUCKY iiickman. : : : rgy Fnnnors nnd inncliino mon other inetnliers ol Ihe Institute. ) & Hico's, agents for mie Laundry will find the best quality of Lit. Three interesting nighl sessions were one of tho best. Collars, Umj hjickman garble Works, Culls, le; Shirts. 10c. bipht Silk hricatinu Oils, for mowers, thresh-- held, at which the large and appreciative audiences were treated lomany Interesting Absolute Cure for Drunkennea., Tobacanil Woolen Dress Goods anil rrs, oiinlnes, &c. cheap, at and highly entertaining recitations, es- co, Mori nc .nil Kindred llubita. 11ICKMA X, KY. T. T. SvvAYN'H'S. Clothing d)od ditrhor shntles and , C 5 says, aldreses and debates, besides soma ,M) 1:1 tti:, o and music, both good as now. KepnrtH from nil secllnns of tho DIt. T. 1). llllYAN, B. C. instrumental. I idled States are encoiiiauiii)' to ilunager. The Institute has been one of unusual In OEAtka la Next week the merry hiiih mllef that the force of tho terest, and we think of ni.ich value lo , Italian and Air.utcA!r ORAVK Mariili of tho pretty school (;irl and lililllic ill storm is broken, iintl that those present. Tho ntteinlauco. both of SLUXGJvES-MONUMENTS. TO.MJI AND yell of tho school boy will ilHJit-tltllljIlBtlllCllt Of tllU llcrtlllK- - fiaolser and apecta'ors, lias heeu good. STUN US. bo heard iu tho laud. Thoheaits .mi iMisiuoss of tho country is in ,,; A VINO In stock, a Cue lot of Ameru.me CYPRESS BOARDS, FENCE POST! of the putiont nnd forbcniiug I'tOKiess. 'J ho action of Congress K;(labi, and Italian Marble, am pr- -; ican my assistance. for .lie mother who has hoard nothing oil Hit) silver ijUCNtlnii, which is The f.illowm.t tcicher. are enrollel a. C.iiistantly on bind nnd mouth ofntMud pa red to tilt all orders. Call and namlnt betwetti but. "Safe on Hist" "That was a so closolv identified with exist- - number, of the Institute.' I'rofa. II irry liotueit itul h.t road. mr work Orders from tie couutry promptly daisy hlt,' "WuBii't that n lul.i," 'lag disturbances, is hopefully nil - AlexaoiK-r- I. C. Johnson. VV.II Norton, Cm L. M I5DVI.K. b lied. from moruinr till uhrlit all the 1...I....1...1 1.. i...n..r si...t .i. . Kugene larpley, John Parish, T. O C.Mie. II linn in IMIVM ,. (laud. lie T Ajdeloll, W. II Laundry and Eyo "' r ., n.,,ll 1 , "'" -lX ., ';"i'" ""... ....u... r.""JBmmm rtssMr r THE li j Fulton, Kentucky. I . 1 lieaven-lu.pire- j d voc-i- l i'v. RAMAGE, -if Uom-ancli- I ;;,; . I 11.1 a 1 Hiliiinier ........... K--ss hi a IILIIWII IJII H. sa ( t iihiu, t I. 'aU uiiiiiiiiiniu ni mi iinniwn mi Perc.-ll- It II lis.lli.llsl U'ii, F. OLIVER, teaeuers suouiiieis iieuti mot an 1110 Nllli I'lslltllllV'lll Do rCSDOCtCtl l).V livmii ". It. Lax. John Hue. Win.Oiilten. One ten h Hiresher Kig complete, eft W I'ngine, other notch ns they tako up again ihoir hOivautH iu uouucil. J II r.gnn, w I;. Mi ni ley, nnJ Misses consisting of ( straw their work. Wo Imvo to have , Stahr, lllla Itingwood, Jenuia Thomas eurior HiiTi riilure. btuker, veil nok Blacksmith and Undert aser Will all m 11011 too spring time cuiih girls and bnya as woll as mothers illiiichniii, Msry IValou, Stove snJ ('all Tnrpley, May nnd see mo il jou KI'NTUOKY. 11ICKMAX, vou feol tirod, la.v, nud go. ra Drown, I.lulo Harris, flora 011 uasy term, and teachers, so give tho crank a to sell Nor Hiker, Miltiv want u llari!..ii. Am lit) account, Don t Olmnr ihr ismsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmt Tl l.i )o( turn. lppppppppppK . Jessie DiiMen, llettio Wtlsuii, H1 ..nil. i.i.i', "I IV E ME A TIill. n hen you Hilt. rlitfinui. .,..ii- l.l.i.nl ttlii , , Cayrc, Ky. ff, J,.. UI.MII, l.ll. ey Vj( lllatkniiillinij,' tlur.e, ar repairs s.a nil Sheron, vt.ttio IM- iuu .uuuiui isiio iiiHuranee t.itiou Sarsaparlllii .lilini, l.lni llarrle, i;ila Uaeuus, i will .. Im ..u i. In.. I ..ml ll... i i k ii iii ...i... ii ..,..,.,' 1J tf r I J .. 11 . .. IV . w . IT .. m . .Cook.I .. Vf - 111 . jEO Sale 2 A. Ilelt-w- , -- ! (10-10- 0) 1 Cotnpany of New ork Is tho obb, ,vor with et, largest nnd best Ooinpanv In the United States. Tho Company jH now issuing to tho insuring pun-tho a iioliovoomtirlNiiirrndv.iiitii.'i.H . ..'. 1 :. never lieloro OflerCMl.. .. till For formation nlinut thesu 111- f.. " - 1 mgmiiiuam& PlarJ SMSSSSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMsriJd IssmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmsmWt -.SMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSMSM igjjmiyjsK wt a, a Itallew. -- UowgillB on R"B . HkLRKTAKV. DK. S. K. DAVrDSON. KliXTIJCKV & 1 llorseshuaini also keep a full lli.e or i.c 3 jilalty. jBiiKO BtriiTrtiTiiBi in II nknmti. IIIOKMAS, OfUoe ovur Cowgill Cowgill's Common, Roiwuod, and Solid Klaek Walwhich can b Itttod nut CotTin. nnd up un short no lice, nnd at reSkOaablt Olve me a rail. Undsrtskor's t'..e, hop near the Goods, McDaniul. iaajrwso' tcf Jail. - , f SSW&tf 'v: ; iZkf v t . U - ""'" r " IPSSJ-'A(flvst&&A'ifti& X I V OK --17r',6troBS the Stomach JJfcWJlfarttniro, ache, nl other .imp lo nn of Iyar ila troubled tne for apteral In liU,Vor.,VJ,i'A',,''w,0"0,it,','",''''''''-'ncs-- IM.rniintriielicea Contemptible Mrthndiof Itepulillcan l'r Nick llcmlUixl counts I iniif ir I'roiAciiiiii. frMlmil rolltlelatii Sorrows, Cut you look nt Smiles Mav Hiclo Your U If thete Is one innii In thU country, Borne of the republican organs of the ilraitphl s "m.us Uisiile 'romex-l'reHarrison, wluiso country that can llnrt nothing In tho God Cm.,,., the Tears, ' distasteful tnl rshlp the jieot'lo have message of President Cleveland to jean. Since I hare been Jftilvuv and taVIntr HWIII'N uliolf. rt'inomlior t lccllncd In imiulstaknble terms that Its soundness or ralso a question be l" all this '" liottle than these ts. Ami Htterps tli IVnrljr It was a to Its timeliness lu denting with the mm s lov William McKlnlry Driprpsl It chanced. lliittlr Only MorlM lMr li farm no mixture ' ills name which designated the jiollojr alluntlou confronting tho nation, nro trouMe no longer bother J (loil'it 1lm but it is Ood a bottle lu me. I do riot have h'arl that was the one great issue lu tho Inst seeking devious ways In their effort to Senium on n I'nlque " and I m free from my jewels! lattonal contest As chairman of the Injure its author and tho party which burn gathered nil our tonrs. t bemUcbe. I hue Ralnod ny arm nrldjl will Again (nsl roiiifinW ltov. T. DcWltt Tnlnujro olioso a asiiml iiieaus committee, which for ho so ably represents. If there has Inflr.hand " fcelbetterln Mufejl In.M 1 !. .. lKilnted There1 II, - mvAi .wi. n ery way Mns. J.111. smlay, rots s of iwverty HUSO the Mclviuley bill, mid as lead-- r Wen a time lu tho history of tho United unique tlirmcnslilthuiooi j Cook, MirtlDivllle, -- A tt Into my bottlo." uf In' jiarty on tho floorof the house States government for tho last twenty-liv- e viz. ltottlo of Tuip" tin- tost that never eomes to lnse, In tho use of liavlnir so mluit thou deacons of the ehurrli now soloctctl lieing l'saltns u lithe tight for that bill, lie 1ms naturally yenrs w lien disinterested nnd ears 111 nod's lachrymatory? In Ih'iui given a larger share of responsibilcontrollers of almshouses my tears Into thy liottli' ' action was demanded on the part rent casks', or vase, why does ity for that measure than any other of those who seek to Influence the conto tnc for it It comes n.'t t ehureh Hardly a mall has Hood'a Pills are purely teceuble. 130. iwr nil your troubles'' man. iireervo ttsontv warn Hint lias not .'.intililicil aiiiiropri.ite iipii.irel It m:v duct of Its nffnlrs, it Is tho present. It IMlf- - Through all the nges of eternity, what semi'ins nail ncnl for help, lint ehooses ratll ud yet, notwithstanding the fact Is not one party or the other that Is The 0 rent est Medical Discovery letters Mylng that use of n great collection of tears? I do that It was llrst of all nnd chief of alt afflicted by financial disaster, but every arTan.cj f tli..-- f letters. for than to eKise its liUtonies tlio write coinfortcil of the Age. THE PANTHEON. MONEY IN INDIA. f.ir twenty I have not thlsMtiiiti father" who fail t" gain a HvollhiMxl, not know that they will lie kept there MeKinleylsin which was condemned section and tho entire people. They if,u in uf any so Tlew of tho lliill.Hnc That Mmnt So VI list lUromra of A mount of tlolit that tliey nti'l their ehllilren forever. 1 do not know but that In some ind repudiated by the country Inst years spoken on tli call upou congress for relief, and the limit Io Hiiliteijurnt architecture. omt Mltrr. Mitnuit to constant iiriv.ittou hew- distant age of Heaven an angel of Ooil outdoor meeting', W mini.' Wnsn inn manner which was noth- jiarty or tho representatives of the (tarImagine tho imntheoit In Its glorv. ,.f Hetw cen IsM) and thirty years. ing women who cm not ply tho mny look into the bottle and find it as ing short of revolutionary, Oov. Me- - ty attempting to uiak capital out of hate liocii told by In before Itwn stripped of Its gold, its or half one lifetime, India alnsorbe.1 MEDICAL ill keep needle quick enough to earn them empty of tears ns the lachrymals of(Kmlev continues to tell the country the existing troublu at the risk of sacthe Mine thing. 80 I tli dk " shelter and bread. Hut whether earthenware dug up from tho ancient that the perioliiatioii of McKlu- - rificing or Impairing tho highest public brome, nnd marbles and stntues by 117,000,000 in gold and 4Mi7,O0O,0O0 lit' on trying to lie a "Son tt ''" or uncomplaining, whether in city. Where have the tenrs gone to li'vlsm is our only salvntlon. Notw ith- - Interests, arc demagogues who have emperors nnd jnipen. Conceive that silver, or 331,000,000 In ail. What ha Tho prayer of mv tctt " v iirosvil DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS., vast, solid dome, still tho largest sjian lccoin of the allver we do not exactly 0111 01 David's soul In iiminnoRiliIo secinltiglv comfortable p.irlor, or in What sprite of hell hnth lieen Invndliu-tlod'- landing the fact that the people only to be exposed to be condemned. In the world nearly one nud a hnlf know, though It Is certain that a great jvilnce, nnd hnth robbed tho Inch ery where renllri" and declare that their Has discovered In one of our common calamities; but It Is Inst as appropriate dump cellar, or In hot garret, (iod's nn One of tho methods adopted by these than the Is of Piutl's as pasture weeds a remedy that cures every for Hie distressed of nllni.'s Within gel of meroy are on the watch. This- rymatorlcs? None. lreent llti.incial troubles are due to the organs who think more of the g o. J. more first greatdiameter ever M.raised by jiroportlou of it buthoarded tho fixed and dome destlna, vlslblo wenlth, These nro sanctified sorrow, ant 'IH'ration of the Sherman act; notwith- than of the country Is to print in parallel the ultout Kind of Humor, from the worst bcrofula the past century travtli - ."id anti- - moment those griefs are lieing colman, the grnnd Invention of llonians, tlon of tho gold there Is no doubt sshnt-eve- r. dewn ton common Pimple. quarians hate explored tin rums of lceted. Down on the back streets, in those tears were changed Into pearls standing the fact that the business ele- columns the ojH'ulng of President HarHt has tried It in over eleven hundred many of tho ancient nt" nnd from all the alleys, amid sliuntles and log that are nottiow set in the crowns nnJ ments generally have formally nnd huve kejit the whola Tho rison's message to congress in Decem- of vhlch the Greeks in all their art cases, and ntver failed except In two assigned this ns the cause ber, IS'Ji, and that Just issued by Presi- never drenmed. The dome, with the of It In their nw u hands, for It la not lit the very heart of those burn I Mlen- - cabin, the work goes on. Tears of robes of the rnnsomed. I walk tip t (both thunder humor). He has now In his dors of other days havi brought want seething In summer's heat, or examine this heavenly coronet, gleam f the derangement of business, tlov. dent Cleveland, recommending u course round suli out of which It sprung, is circulation, and are uslivg it either lit possession over two hundred certificate up evidences ago freelug In w inter', cold they fall not lug brighter than the sun, nnd en MeKiiiley insists on telling the poode to lie pursued lu the present emergency. tho mast fertile conception In the whole ornaments, or kept, Ut it observed, to of Its value, all within twenty miles of vnniMied fromof customs tin' i 'i unung unheeded. in extremity, or as hoarded treasThe arc jewels for he.vv-en'- s "From what river depths of Hcavri nd the business men that they don't They are not presented because of sim- history of building. Tho jinntheon tho world tn-nBoston. tho parent of nil subsequent ure In coin, such as Ilea under almost casket They are pledges of di- were those gems gathered?" nnd know anything alsiut the matter, and ilarity, but as a matter of A benefit Is always experienced from tombs of thou nges hme 1' " rmiglit asant' ttoor lu tho Punjab They are tears for thousand voices reply, "These nre trim" that only a few jimfisssional iolitlcians Mr. Harrison congratulated the ns)jile domes, and so of that of Holy Wisdom every Iim mals, vine sympathy the first bottle, and a'perfect cure Is war- up hichryinatoiics, or and those lielng jMiliticians who have ujMin the statement made by him that at Constantinople, svhica svas tho jisr-e- and Fastern llengal. muted tenrs from tlod's bottle." 1 which are vials made of cotViusnrp. lnid s iKittle ranted when the right quantity is taken. of the Ilyrniitlne iliuurs of Kurojia India is a treasure house of gold, yet gain. the Lord preserves tho remem- scepters of light stretched down froi lwf it ri'jeetod by the country as conn- - the general conditions atTrctiiig the When the lungs are affected it causes It was tho custom for tho .n n nts to a man limy live fifty years In t tin shooting pains, like needles passing catch the tears that the "M't over brance of all paternal anxieties. Yon the throne of those who on earth wrr scllnrs and guides do know nnytlilng commercial and industrial Interests of and Asia. We can recall Its roof of solid conthrough them; the same with the Liver or their dead in a bottle, nnd 10 i.n-- r that see a man from the most Infamous sur- trodden of men; nnd In every seenter alxuit IL It is needless to say that. the Fulled States were In the highest llrltlsh irovlnres and never see nn Bowels. This Is caused by the ducts being bottlo in the graves of tin to (lot. McKlnley, thoso fa- - degree fnvornble. roundings step out Into the kingdom of point, nnd inlaid in every Ivory stair ' Bcs.i-dlnHe lielloved that so crete, molded and jilated s ithlti and ounce. TUo stholo of this wenlth, ssys stopped, and always disappears In a week nnd we have many spoclmrnsof the tiod. He has heard no lie golden throne, 1 liehold In Indescrit voriMt inutviituais Know all atioui it, high a degree of prosperity nnd so gen- covered with glil bronzo plates with- I,ord ItolxirU, with jierfoct justice, and after taking It. ud It Is needless to say, furthermore, eral a dllluslon of the com forts of life out; with its statues, tho enormous especially tho gold svhlch rejiresenta haiMaMLj!" startling providential auto richness ana luster, nnd ci ancient lachrymatories, or If the stomach Is foul or bilious It will I1I111 to this colnuins of ruro nmrhles nnd granite, obrlottsly and necessarily part of tho i.v.tt according to them the only thing had never lieen eiiJoy1rr"T1',l,j!coile "l'roin whence this streaming fiV in our museums. cause squeamish feelings at first. story of jvorphyry nud ser-- protlt on tho foreign trude, Is due to is "the secret; (!xl these llashing jiearls?' and the volfe from which the country is suffering Is of the country. Mr. Cleveland told ol Ita When on thennrrmm No change of diet ever necessary. Eat we went lookctl vcr the liottle in which He of the elders Wforo tho thronr, and of tliH fear that the unions Issued by the the existence of an alarming and ex pontine, Ht only by one great clrcls security, nnd security Is duo to tho the bent you can get, and enough of it. our ship touched at Cyprus, thirty feel In diameter, through which presence of that army of eO.000 svhlto Dose, one tablespoonful In water at bed- back into tho .Mils of that Island and gathers the tenrs of his people and He the martyrs under the altar, nt'id .if tlio country Inst November, will be olieyed. traordinary business situation Involv Iniught tear bottles which tho natives sawn parental tear In that bottle which hundred nnd forty nnd fouVthoiianl lu other words MeKinleylsin, having ing the welfare and jirosjiorlly of nil the open sky by day and the star by men. sshlch Is ro often represented at time, and read the Label. ok ilois II on the marble imve a bunion on the Indian iwaniit. lind due out of tho minis of tlio old city hns been for forty ears unanswered. radiant on tho glassy se, exi .aim: been repudiated by the jieople. ths Jle- - our oople, and then, in the most direct nl Jht It Is n btiixlen nnd a heavy one, but TIhtoIs iiotliiiimciro .siiiifcstlve to me He said "(io to. now; and let me "Transmuted tears from t!l's bottle" Klulejltes persist in urging that the and statesmanlike manner, jxilnlod out merit, ro this w oiuler f ul building, tho tliaptlic tear Inittlos winch I linttttflit answer that tear'" and forthwith the Let the ages of Heaven "H on the only hop for the repudintors is that what ho thought the shortest and one rolto of tho ancient world in its then It Is a bur 'en the e'liiluniilre of s eutlreti tho builders of all after ages w hlch produces all by which tho soma liorio nnd put ninnna' in curiosities. wanderer Is brought home to (!1 Oh, story of enrth's jximp nA'l pride long .MeKinleylsin shsll le saved bv surest wny to relief. jicitsatit gains Spectator, r in defiance of tho oop!c, who not duuioiids What the partisan demagogues would turned That with tin kind of loltle that iii.v this work of training children for (ind! ago ended; tho , For litis centuries the Ilouinn ssorld alludes to. lien Pivld cries, It is n tremeuduiu work, bonie jieoplo thnt make kings proud tho pneious only decreed the e.xtrlpation of hair Inferred from this comparison l Principal- - I have to send jou or. a to It, till out of it rose a new tiar.i- - ami but whoereatisl congress. thou my tears into thy Imttlc." think it easy. stones that ndorned lV-ia- n that the marked change Involteil eiime turned in Constantinople. Then tn the very linorUiit errand, ono demanding Tho latest rVllvenincc by tSov. Mc- iilsmt They have never tried It A child is flamed in the rolies of llabj Ionian pro'lhetr.Nt intimates tliatliod hns nil President Harrison was art the grenteat secrecy Nty, Mr. Muler, Intimate neiuaintanre and perpetual jilaoed in the nrms of a young parent. cessions forgotten, the iioleoiula mines Klnley to this effect was made the voted out of iifilee and the jHsijiIe fifteenth century, nt tho revival, tho can I rely First-Cla- ss yon? Are you able to remembrance of all mr priefs, and a It Is a beautiful plaything. You look charred in tho last conflagration, but other day In response to an Inquiry by placed the reins of government lu the humanttt artist turned again to this keep n secret? Clerk Ohl eert.xlllly. There sumo great work. It gate rise first to (Whlsjierlng in Mai, or hichryiiiatoiy. or iKittle, in into the laughing eyes You examine firm as the everlasting hills, and pure the New York Press as to the gov- hands cf President Cleveland I Imvo which he cntehr and sates our tears, the diinjdes In the feet. You wonder ns the light that streams from tho ernor's diagnosis of the cause of the can lie no greater reflection tin the dome of Florence, and then to the Wen secretly The intelligence of the American jnsiple dome of ht. Peter's, ona hundred for tho last ctigHgcd to your daughter and I brih(T to you the condolence of nt its exquisite organism Beautiful throne, and bright as the river that present monetary depression. To look after our subscribers, cotiplis of years! For thi rhrlstam sentiment. Why Uilk pinyiiiing; mil on some uigiiiiau, ns Hows from the eternal rin'k. shall governor writes out his views or what and no more despicable jdan adopte-l- . and fifty years later. From M. Poter'a secure renewals and new ; he chooses to have published as his st ere Its direct purjioso to ireent that tho dome siiread all over the world 1,'rlef Alas' the world has its you sit rocking that little one, a voice gleam, shall sparkle, shall ll.ime f alsiut name. The coming season, . A. It. t:nrinimnt. nanps, nnd now, litle I speak, there seems to fall straight from the throne these transmuted tears of Ood'a views nnd in his entire article not restoration of confidence so essential to ths jiautlieon and tho luvnlldrs nt 1893 and 1894, will be the IndiHtispoliv leplrniWr 4 to . Ths ouce does he mention the Sherman act, the rrestabllshmrnt of good times. It Paris, St. Paul's in I.ondon. tins eapltol nre thick darknesses of soul that need of (iod, saying. "That child is immortal! bottle. in the wll '"""' tlukets on salo " to bo lifted 'I here arc many who nre The stars shall die, but that Is an imMeanwhile let the cfupty lachryma- attributing recent nnd existing unfa- Is knots u of all men conversant with at Washington, the Isaac ehureh nt ML Eeatest Home history of The M. tth mid Mb M one cent Journal. To nluuit to bretU umli-- the assault of mortal! Mins shall grow old with nge tory o' Heaten stand foreter Let no vorable conditions solely to apprehen- the a Hairs of our government that the Petersburg nro mere Imitations of SL '""e r,r, ",i" !"1 11,"11,' l.1?: celebrate the Tenth Annivertemptation and jierehnnce, if no words nnd hand touch it. Let no wing strike it. sions of the repeal of the McKlnley net, present calamity is tho result of re- .Peter's. And thus from the intheon rr. ." but that isnn Immortal!" ., iii.iini.iiinn.i ,.., in.ri sary we have secured the most Now, know with many of you this Let no collision crack IL Purer than "What wo hate this year which we did publican legislation, extravagance ami ssi sprung me arcjiiieciurc ssiiiiu irsiin will W uisdn to hiongo. eimUlng all appropriate to their caAlv uttered, Chill to l hlcngo, from the llrltlsh to take in ths ene.iKipnicnt and ths H costly and artistic features they jierish is the chief anxiety. You earnestly beryl or chrjsoprasiis. I.ct it stand tn not have last year," he says, "Is the corruption. inlul-iliuI come on no fool's orroM. l'nt r.jvm wish your children to grow up rightly, the step of Jehovah's throne and undif new management which the people last The trouble was tiHn ns Wfore islauds to the Turkish empire, from World's Fair nt line trip and at ever published all the great expense. your wound no but you llnd it hard work to make the arch of the unfailing rainlHuv. NovemlKT juit In charge of the governPresident Harrison' term expired, lie St. Petersburg to Sicily, is seen in n and popular writer: Howells, by human quackery. Bit, pressing them do as you wish. You check their Pussingdown the corridors of the pal- ment a management jdedged by every and Secretary Foster walked the floor thousand varieties and in ten thousand Stocxton, Burnett. His-- r thlr wis. Mr are IUe tsbeat-U- te Fortnightly llevlow. ace, the redeemed of earth shall glance party obligation tothenlstndonment of and invoked the genius of finance with exnmjiletfctralht to the mark, I hail you as a temper. dsnt the letter thoy hang their Profitable emploment of' itam's Hern. a protective tariff, and whleh obliga- the prayer that the surplus in the vessel mid ea cries to a Jiasslng craft, You correct their wnvwardness; in at it, and think of all the earthly tr" fered. Write for particulars. rtirip rtrurslnm In lb SVr.l, from which they were delivered, tion tho democratic lenders still insist treasury might bo maintained Intact "Milp ahoy' ' and inritn you on lioard the midnight your pillow Is wet with has aehlerrd a great An etc. "ii.iimlT favorable 0iortunlty I KrniCii. leteiH-a vessel nlileh has l'aith for a rudder, weeping You havo wrestled with liod and saw each to each. "This is whit "5 they must keep. The business people until turned over to the jiarty In which for vlsllu-k- Hie rtchrst nJ most produeltro Irluuiph In tho prod net km of teect,ain' Tw Curtis Publishing Co. nnd I'rnjer for sails, and Christ for in agony for the salvation of your heard on earth." "That Is what tl.e of this country believing that the dem- tho people had so generally oxjiresMsl eclKius of the ssesi and northwest will lie PUIt, whlchrepUeoa medicine ctiet. 'Jfto. Priladilpma, Pa. tse Fliere once nero ocrats will keep their solemn pledges, their confidence. captain, unit Ileatrn for nn eternal children. You nsk me If all that anx- psalmist spoke of The Sherman lass. afforded nv wliicli serif uf low rs'e tarvrst harlxir. Catherine IShclnfclt. n I'rus-sin- r, iety bus lioen ineffectual. I answer: put our tears." "That Is Cods tiottl " arc forced to jircpar for the change." the tariff legislation fostering trusts ricurtions Wrsiern tiatc Deen arranged ritxxcrls the sdenee of eredlltbty mk-toI.me Ttrk'ts fur IhAo Sorlli something off oilier pei)il's ttHineT kces a lio.it with which hhe No. (iod understands vour heart. He And while standing - there inspecting Then the governor goes on to say moiiojiolics and centralized stealth, the excursion mil W sold nn August iii, the drowning When a understands how hard you have tried this richest Inlnid vns- of llenven, the that the only way otitis for the demo-c- constant looting of tho treasury and 13tsml ( tuber 0ib,tiA to potntt 1'rutli. I' i, J A Jonsos-- . Medina, MY., sats: "Hali'i tic party to jirove false tn the prin- the ttorm comes on tho coast, and to make thatdanghtcrdo right, though towers of the alnce dome strike up hud wrought In Nnrttnsnl " Kmii Wrsiern Umneseta, IijXois, tlanitotis, other people po to their beds she is so petulant and restless, nnd this silvery chime: "Ood hath wiped ciple on which it as elected and to tho evil, and It was the legacy given North lU.'is mIh, Wvumtna anil Utah, Catarrh Cure cured me." MoU by druggloi Nrhrsiks, C cent. Wherepreserve that jnillcy w hich w as rejected by the g. o. p. to Its successor in and will t r'-- i fur return jvosire within to rest, she jmts out in her boat what jm ins you have bestowed in teach- aw ny nil tenrs from nil fnces. f.im lteof ti'.m Htopiltrr for the relief of the distressed, nnd hun- ing that son to walk in the path of fore comfort one another w Ith these when the McKlnleyltes were rejected. jxiwer. No one can question the tiuth tweriiy "I IuiiX't Vaw It wan aUte,"M tli piivnegps til io sllonr.l onrnlsilrlp In "It would In the highest act of patriot- of what President Cleveland said lu territory t svhieh tli llcaifti aro iuUl yer velcano, atsklag from Its leg luuibr. dreds of the drowning has she brought righteousness, though he has such words." ism," declares the governor, "if the the ojx'nlng of his message. safely to the beach. In this life-boI strong proclivities for dissipation. If Presi- fttrlher in'"rn..iiioii rsil eo or sil.lrr.n "I ruut start m; Will b run from CHICAGO, PCORIAand tireti-lar- t of the (iospel I put out democracy would make jiublic procla- dent Harrison believed sthat he .xld, TteVft Atrro's of eeonretin lln hoping, speak n cheering wont liod heard JAPANESE STATISTICS. ST. LOUIS via tho l.tmrs can perotanentlr Wiuilfy gltlnK by (iod'h help, to lirinjr ashore lit least every counsel you over offered him. mation that thoy will not carry out standing ns ho did, sihjh the rerge of will be nl"!rji xml Jrulle.1 inforinsitun CftuipIcxMmsrIth Olenti Hu'pliur Hoap.tholr free, upon ipplirtlon to V BURLINGTON ROUTE n Tli I'oputattsa of It lUptlll tri their free-trajdedges." This, to say financial disaster and ss Ith the causes A Tnrall. (iener.l 'siruitrr sod Tleliet Hill i Hair and tinker lire, fcVi inc soul that may now lie sinking (iod has known all tho sleepless nights creating. tho least, is an enunciation of jolltical n the bilious of temptation nnd 'you have over passed, (iod has seen ActpbI, 'A North Wcitcrn lUiltvay, AUGUST 22, SEPTEMBER 12, Mr. Ono, a Japanese statistician, hu morality thntcan hardly be pronounced leading thereto as jart of his own (JlllCSfiO,ChiCJi: rouble. The tears that were once HTflPr' ittllslniP .if ,,lt,- - .1 IkI fa.kV.t.l In. Art ,...,-- . IKiN'Tslt In adrauglit If routlo thndeo-te-r " published some Interesting figures inconsistent coming from the apostle of record, the country has greater rravin ona to wul, la all probability, 'tx Miipht in the lachrymatories brought tiod remembers your praters. He Just to congratulate itself OCTOBER 10, WoMninlf Ji'jat Jit Hlngh'a M wive raid to. concerning the remarkable increase ol a jxiliey which, devised for the enrich than ever Wfore having op from Hcrcu'aueum and l'omjieii are keeps eternal record of your anxieties. relegated him wero nblireii laks kit name, ami If tn, population in that country during the ment of u few- at the expense of the upon the fact of On that dates ROUND-TRI- P TICKETS ill Rone, nnd tiia ottlc is as dry as the ami in ins lacnryinaiory, mil sucn as present reign, and especially since 1ST5. took at a tlm' Cblcscu i to the Jiractlce of Indiana law De hoviJh-taWti- rv will b SOLD at rest, is based upon jirumlsea of all troit Free Pros. scoria of iho volcano,tWjWlbmrrjred a stood in ancient tomb, but lu one that January, 1ST3, tho population vraa things to nil men. In T iliem, but nut cwv v,!tli VHtfSB In glows and glitters the throne of Tots Mail a I'rtenil OF TARIFF REFORM. ivhich (!xl gathers all our tollrv (iod. He holds all those exhausting 33,111,000: in December, 18fl. It had It is not uninteresting to study the GROWTH To all points In NEBRASKA, KANTormented with ilyjiepla, you could not to 40,070,000. Since IBS" the an- sttriiile of tho McKlnley republicans I'irst. I remark tlint (5od Keeps SAS, COLORADO, WYOMINC, tears. The grass may le rank upon OpKtlllnu Io Inlrsl TarllT llrsltlnn l give him tie Her advice than toadrptand UTAH, NEW MEXICO, INDIAN the tears of repcntaEre Many your graves, and the letters upon your nual rate of increase has been thirteen sin. election. After the returns stick to a roti'sonf II tetter's Htriiior!i Hit llreoiiilng tfrssrr. safest of TERRITORY, TEXAS, MONTANA. a man hns uwakened in the m"rnmjr so tombstone defaced with the elements in every 1,000. so that, if this date U showed the triumph of their ojiponents, Kvery dcuiocnitlc congressman who ters, ones' and no barren ionics and rrcuia assertion s'retched from the night's drlum Ii that before the Divine rcsjionse will come; preserved, the population will double it w i their wont to declnro that the has spoken t all has jiredlcted a thor- tors, This r Isovist, phvucl.int and the public Ticket cood twenty days, with stop-ovhas on aoTng trip. Passengers in the 'ie has sobbed and wept, l'aius in the but Ho w ho hath declared: "I w ill Ih a itself in JS years. In England the rato dem. ratic tarlfl jwlley would send the oughgoing revision of tho tariff certify toll No le cuintiaiio U tin tr in Cast should purchase, through tickets of Increase is 13.3 per 1,000, while In country to the dogs but very few of at heart, (iod to thee and to thy scedaftcrthee," nead. aching in the eyes, dorieicsnt if It a a remedy for nsaianal via the BURLINGTON ROUTE of their most Kurojean countries it is between them expressed a doubt that the demo- ThoughIn a tactical blunder svas per- dUoaie, co aiipatloa, rheumatism, kWney My wife suffered with indigestion nearest ticket agent. For descriptive Me will not forget; and some day, in ind unfit to stej) into the allots Ing the Sherman act to disease, go it and neuralgia. Uso It with mitted land pamphlet and further Information, and dysiicpMa for jcars. Life berrieves, not alxiut his miwloings, but Heaven, while you are ranging the six and nine, and In France and Spain crats would execute their jwlley, and bo the contested point In the debate, jiertlalenoe write to P. S. EUSTI8, Qen'l Passenger Agent, Ohlooo, III. n (iod fields of light, the gates of pearl will much lower. Mr. Ono jx!nts out that vert few of them really believed that the prosjieets are bright for the fora 11 inly alxiut its consequences came a burden to her. Physicians Paovxaa tun Commrxt nnkes no record of such vtwping Of svlng back, and, garlanded with glory, the number of births In Japan is lower the i.uintry paid any attention to their filled to Rive relief. After reading of a coinage bill, und with a ratio limine M.ilntllr-dothan in most civilized countries, except prophecies of evil. Later, when the proposei "' Hho -- "Yes, but ho mrdi on tint titan dWIrtit til the million tenrs that lime gushed that long wavward one will rush into Prance, and one of your bwki, I purchased a thnt Mr. of viltort at rron that the number of Illegiti- illsnpiearance of tho free gold In the enough for Cleveland sslll deem safn his signature. bottle of August Flower. It worked HitVirlt1riilr nn- - ts the result or such misilrmeanor. your outstretched arms of welcome and mate children Is smaller there than In If hfd f XDp)M of this not one ever got into (iui s Imttle. treasury began to excite alarm nnd we Th True Ijttallre I'rlnrlpl triumph. Tho lulls may depart and imThe west and south are In the light like a charm. My wife work are nlwtnn xh European statrs. He therefore at- began to experience the disturbance of n 1'hey ilricd on tho fevered theek. or the earth may burn nnd the stars fall stay. Their interests have never Of tho pUnU used In manufacturing the mediate relief nfter taking the first Litton rnrllrHIl to Kyrup of Fig. hs a llk r.t. ron- - .ero dashed doun by the bloated hand, and time cri.h, but (iod will not break tributes the great Increase of the popu- confidence which has followed, the re- - lieen as inlhieiitlal iu Washington as pleasant Wm. Kmbroldetr on piniif pui completely She human lation to tho development of wealth a M ipOOlA, h U9Vsl tvt m tb dtfBlDC ir fell into tho red wine cup as it came His oath and tramjile tijxin Ills prom- since the restoration nnd to a decrease publicans almost universally placed they are right now. If thnt Is not tm, whl'Ollio cheapeffect thoextracts ss. dose. weighs was pounds, nnd cured vrgetabln and can eat 165 the blame upon tho Sherman act and progress, w lint Is aa rneilirlnes, now lentil to the lips, foaming n:th still ises never' never! If the mineral mft&r.lLz&&iizf 'MiiZirt&i utlnns, usuallr sold In the death-rat- e among children. the adverso balance of trade (adverse party has not brought democratic are ponnaientlv Injurious lielng well In- anything she desires without any .Mir-- e intoxication. Hut v!in a man Again, (iod keqis a jK'rjietiial rememalxnit the formed, ytu will Inonly Mirry for his tmst and tns to do brance of all bereavements. There are From tho tables which he gives, ho in spite of tho McKlnley net, which change, to what agency can it W at- Manufactured byuo tho true remedyHrrup deleterious results ns was formerly the California Fig lietter- - hen he mourns his n thcca.se. C. II Dear. I'rop'r Washthe trials that cleave the soul, and fers that the national wealth has was to "check imports"), and It was tributed? Co. bemoans ids re i turn of throw tho red hearts of men to lie doubled in Japan in the last ten years, not until the last few weeks that all ington House, Washington, Va. d) Habits, traditions and vested privGood tut ia th cue art of knowing " od s meroy, and cries amid fie l.ieeni-lion- s crushed in the wine jiress. Troubles anil he shows that the Increase In the .dung the rejiiiulloan line tho cry sprang ileges tlie hard. If they aro wrong and wbal to tvrita pojiiilatlnn has been In the ip that "hard times" nre due to fear of of an aroused conscieim for help nt the store jou may leave nt the store. Unllko the Dutch Process" unjust they stlek none the loss closely, t tlien Misrepresentation and abuse of the northern and southern part of tho em- 'arifT reform, and that the only euro and must W exterminated by the enJUchnc luw till from Cotx)n nl liook Drawn sut of this terrible prcdirf-mniwork r tiro tltr rlr al ailractlooa. pire, and least in the central part a for them is tho assurance by the demlor thrm THE MARKETS. nt listens; then Heaven s down. world you may leate on the street Xo lightened, trained forco of gtxsl men Avnue XI ana fMturwi' BulldlDC, Working bouts for i(ri at Mien scepters of pant on extended where you found them. The lawsuit phenomenon due to mlgrntljn from the ocracy that MeKinleylsin shall not be acting for public opinion. pMtUata, frun ! X. M. to I M Kundari f ictrlM. central provinces. tft ClsrissxTt. Aur ' islurbod. 'nun the throne; then his in.- rends that would swallow- your honest accuFVareaca Um ?l41work far lMl.ltxplatoa It may not W perfect consolation to ) U 54 tb "QDlqoa fcfid fascinating" cp ration a. in passion: mulations may This is so clearly a trick, conceived at buncombe politicians, but it is some- I.IVr HTss'ls the heart of Heavenly le left In the court selwi HirlKTi tt Irf a III' Ijimp fibadaa, XmbroMrry and nilow Iac ANOTHER IDOL SCATTERED. ' lie last moment and played as n last 4 nt ut prrptrstlon o( Hut lereavcments nre home other attbjact. hm Irta mntloolng yar then his tears arc caught in (.oil's room. JAjA; thing for the jseople to nosers r tliat the IKXiH l ttW'tt rtbt St (ln.l 1M aad wt will toM yon tba brwk m rip. 87 Ulu rations, oottlo, a .How at troubles, and there is no escape from Tho Iranoclstt ol hope, that it Is really not worthy of stiver light Is putting additional vigor SIIKI'I'- -. tuilce HOKOTtJClC SILK CO.. Florence, Ma. a. K3 0 W. IiAKEK&CO.'S serious consideration. If any further Into tho determination to secure a tariff 1. Oar Moil rhfirlihoil Ilrllohk V'u know the story of I'arndisc nnd them. You will see that vacant chair. IB H 5 on SW u io ll.dfll t ttuer the Peri. I think it might lo put to Your eye will catch at tho suggestive Countess (itiiccinli, llyron'a inamorata, proof of its character were needed it reform about svho.se effectiveness there UltAt.V Woral-- fnmllr. : red H (o t The Best mid lie found in the action of Oov. will bo no room for doubt lllffrreiicor higher adaptation. An nr.-e- l starts pictuie. You can not fly the presence has her reputation for beauty sadly ImNu 3 r ! C l II utbn'u mixed from the throne of God t tin. I what of such ills. You go to Switzerland to pugned by the author of ''(losslp of the McKlnley himself, who. iu his speech of opinion about the currency hare anl Waterproof (sit ' u tm'tcsl trhith is mltutty i f Century." That literary Iconoclast accepting a renomlnation for tlio Ohio mated tho democrats to n tinner union thing it can on tho earth v, rtlu of Itje-N- vS getclcafof them, but more pur ami loluht. U n IIA -I- 'rln.e Io clHHro. M tl ! It Coat carried back to Heaven. It goes than the mule that takes jou tip the sats that several people whohad known governorship a few weeks ago, con- on a tariff for revenue. Tho low prlcei IVlllA('ix) Mediant V htar?thtrthrf$titnp$ ions il i) lof Cco tulif J lnvwi tluough tho gold nnd mIm rnuiics Alps your troubles climb to the l9 urenyth vtArrowroot or tho countess told him that sho wu any- temned President Cleveland for not on farm products have put tariff reform in tho (i.J ler Mess pork. .. It (U (tie. i 4 itallh Htirrh. is f earth, but finds nothing uorthv of and sit shivering on tho glaciers. You thing ut beautiful. "Ono assured me," ailing congress together at once to i Frsurr. ami It ftr mora rco crowded sith protec- rnnt'l-ios- r.l Into minds I I., WORLD ft I nomlr&l, f(in Ut$ (hnn en cnt a cny, the Sherman uct, but who now tionist partisanship. Free distribution (It'll M, l'r!ifloteam. ... . trnnsjHirtatlon to the Celestnl i it v may cross tho seas, but they can out-pa- he rays, "that her complexion reminded t bolre iJalrr H u n ! drlUlouu, nuurlthltif, and BAIILT hanges with tho new tactics and of products und briskness of trade are 7? I'r in. lutlinlee crranrrr.. liollrrl pork (I) and anWVa It goes down through the depths of the swiftest steamer. You may him of DiouTrn. I Al'l'l.is ii l n the sea. where the pearls' lie, nnd finds take caravan nnd put out ncross the other asserted that her figure wu ab- hnrges all our troubles to apprehen- Wcomlng a common demand instead ol roTAlOES-l-- ivrbM libL 1S0H tf Grarr ftr;nlir fr ins nothing worthy of taking b.irk to Arabian desert, but they will follow solutely shapeless; that sho was not sions of a new tariff policy. Louisville a jxilitlcal dlsjiute. If American farmW. BAKER & CO., Dorchcitor, Mai. ni:v V01IK .. 4t I S (.oiirier-Journu- l. Heaven of a you like a simoon, armed with suf- beautiful, nnd that so far from possesslint coining to the ers must comjiete with India ryots who PMiri l.if.incr .. I banl .. f. din noun tain it sees u wanderer weeping focation. ing nny grace or elegance of style, sho DEMORALIZED work for two cents a day, manufactur (lll.MN : Wheat-N- o. TfcniH BRAND nnrrrn i. w.rr.n.., w.t... REPUBLICANS. Nu n sit You plunge Into the Mniiiinoth cave. had the appearance of a shirt bolster ttrMV.??.7SllW.T",",r I" '' imcititurm. lhr ovir his evil ways. The tenr of the ers must taun their enancos st nil the COItN x.i lmleil. 4M, 4t', rVMMEL SI.ll K til In I an.ll rldln ruL lw Irodigul start, but do not f.ill to the but they hnng like stnlnetltcs from the with it string round its middle. Worse (ulmiilly Croskrrs TrliiR to llamac rest. If the farmer can compote with (IAIS-MIi- isI aia.t l 41i. rtrilMnUra(Jlt. Doni rtf ::a)tiioni.Itlaitra. rr '11111 for tho ungol's wing catches loofof the grrnt cavern 'I hey stnnd than this, it seems that Gulectoll wadIS nil mess ItJIlK llimliirtf fur Tarty Capital. Itnrteott Iflhe-n- m India and Ilussla, the manufacturer I.AHD Sfr tVitlernplram ... 8 Ul ft CI nu (.aiBinfu irv. t.JlrmillrifXanii. Slti T'lHXU. BliIou, SUBSTANTIAL INDUCEMENTS, llion, und with that treasure speeds ' liehind with skeleton lingers to push dled like a duck; her feet, whleh were Tlio Parsons Knitting company, of can compcto with Ihirojie. Ho will get t'llIOAOa rtiuiitita .duitrirti lb abova ran la hii In Cohoes, will reojien their mills Nos. J. free raw materials anil sslll W export- l'I)t'l: Winter patents 'lack io llcnten. Uod sees the nngel you ahead They stnml before, ns large and flat as Mme. do S JO O 1 HI fmtTii iiAaTtiTi. Iowa YiruiH.Ii I innii. Kt n tn Ti'cnr.TiNiiKaiiBRUia"iMirri j 1. bail m mining, nndsa.vs, "ltehold the bright- ton throw to you back. They run by her enemy. Napoleon, and 'i, employing four hundred and Ufty ing nt n profit before the revenue tarlfl UHA1N . tvieot- - No. i rtsi.... ax" . Nit csitu irln( ii itli Vi:it. (t t) rnr iuii st gem of eartll, and the horsc- - when ho described her as standing on hands. reckless 1'om ft.1.' is in operation six mouths. It la time 't RHMl1t)ll nrr iiim U pnlrtl u ;;. laaJaaBtt-laa- l iniunnRtu ( hNVa I Cm MUklixH Ar. (stin-Vii irmswi Tho Empire, knitting mill, of Cohoes, ho svuh helping to get that balance of FOIIK-M- ess t '3' upon you her 'grand pied de Htael' aiding in jewetol lleasen tlio tmrTi an f iMMrfnt. aariiiMt tnii rtlia 14 T rUsin spenr. '1 hey seem the suggestion of this simile. As for employing two hundred hands, will re- trade lie lores so dearly. rei cntnnre wiiu I.AI(l-HIi- m SCO BID Oh' when I sco the Heateuly Shepto come scattering shots her manners, they were far from re- ojien. OpiMisltion ton logical tariff revision IIAI.TIMOIIK. herd bringing n lamb from tho wilder-n- . from the gun of n careless sportsman. fined." Tho Hope knitting mill is to run to issseaker and the desire to push the rt.'iuit family TO I W ,1 4 SS S ', ( ss when I hear the qulilt trend of Hut not so. It Is good aim Uiat sends Its full capacity with plenty of orders reform Isstrongor thittisincc INiO. The (lll.MN Wheat Nil 3 A Singular Palm. isI u 4'ntitmpilf anil moU the prodigal hastening home to find his them just right; for (iod Is the nrcher. (lits-Ml- ttd congress svill reduce tlio exVIA THE i The Parapee palm la cultivated by ahead. Cohoes rolling mills and tube Fifty-thiribobiTi rai lunctrr Atb I Tho 1,Jtnfather: when ee a sailor loy coming This summer many of you will especialan rn Ris.phouliluia I'lto'tCur for the Indian aborigines of tho Oulanas works employing seven hundred men penses of our trade St. Louis l'l HOC -- Mess HldOl Couiumpilnn II nai t tired rn the wharf, and lnurylisf away to ly feel your grief as you go to jilaces , 4 0) CATII.r.- - 1'lrst u.llliy (himtiihtli, Itna not injur Ug his mother's lumlnn foi long neg-lu- t whfre once you were accompanied by for Us fruit, which itthey use largely as and boys resumed work. llOJS-Wfsl- crn w 6 S fdoua. It la net Lal iniaka August 22, September 12, October 10, 1893. food. Thoy jilant about their settlemPOINTED PAriRGRAPHS. Tho Hoot Manufacturing company, nnd unUimlness. when I sco tho those who nre gone now. Your troubles ent--, uiiiua imPicouin tyrup, INDIANA I'OI.IS. Tltktugood fer ratura Until to days frum date of a!a. Hold eTrrfnhr, 93a. Var foil nsrtlutsrs trldrrn 3 n Mt will follow you to the and wild inund where it is found apparent) which employs two hundred and fifty Tho Flklns Seal Furcompiiny Is (iKAIN WIieal-- N )t H. BtTTOM T r A. houseless coming to (nl for shelter, H.T .4TTW, U.r A. the forests examination will hands, is building n new storuhouso Corn Nu '.' inltiil tt & .j aWKtiniliiT'IaJl iXISISf 111, tkf. Cbattanooica Tfnn and the wrctihcd a ml ilm vlln nnd tho will keep up with the lightning ex- show that such not pleased with the arbitration, no Oats No "ml nil H. Jopaa u Vt A., i APNf T r faa Mamphls, situations wero former- and has orders up to Christmas. up- - press in which you sliced away. Tann. and the jussinu-blnstcOr, 'ashlllv Tnu mutter what the governments of ling-lanI.OUISVIM.F. a., w LsBiAcai.u r ly occupied by the Indians. In some ta of These nro the mills, tho IHiiiing for mercy to a compassionate tarrying at home, they will set beside , Jm am. hi tiuu, ho. ... and the United States may think Kl.Ot'li Winter imtent fruam ran run seasons the fruit Is produced without which was utlributod by republican IC. OIIAIN Wlirnt No. S ml ... t M liod. I exclaim in oest.is and triumph: t oil by day, und w hisper over your pil(urn-Ml41 weds, while In other seasons It contains scare papers to the tarlfr. It wns their about it, St I.ouls llejiubllc. ' More tears for Cud s ottlc!" low night nfter night I want to assure (UUO 0 president renews the assur- 1'OJIK-Me- - M'leil Tho nrN uiiiTtMiTu Ainrnni;Ma ri.K4a Again, (Jod keeps a tender rcniem-li.uie- e you thut you nre not left ulone; and seyls. the variation occurring in th. regular suminw shut-dow- n (iWil) and they aw Ika Altr(Uft ti la lata tata tkal ; fruit of the same trees from seajon o have started again earlier than usual, ance of his devotion to tariff refnim in I Altll Mtcun .. U(UI of nil your sicknesses. How that your weeping is heard lu Heaven. arr. words that none can mistake; but still season. When boiled or rousted the many of jnn nro thiunughly sound in You will wander among tho hills und but that make no (inference to tho the robber barons go on swearing fruit newspapers, which havo taken ho is a protectionist, jireolsely as that boili ' Not one out of ten! I do not say: "L'p tills hill last year our boy taste hasa something of tho texture ai: if noof dry, mealy potato. It Is psl exaggerate. The vum majority of "the cliuilicd with great glee and waved his the place of the j)jMilist calamity howl- body had hit them and nothing had race nre constant snli ,o ts aj ailment cap from tho top," or "This Is the place atablo and very nutritious. The fruits ers. Courier-JournaLouisville happened. which are Individually about the site ! T hero is some one form of disease where our little girl put flowers In her ThoorpsG of the once great republiOf course, there Is a howl from tlbjcct to. hair and looked up into her mother's a pigeon's egg, are borne In bunohea of can party Is drawing nigh to that you nre pnrtieularl suspended pensioners. Hut why from forty to I ou have a weak side when Its organs try to demor-alb- the or aro face," until every drop of blood In your ore two or thrnsixty together. Therr should that bo as bearing In a IQ DXataaaicai subject to headaches the business of the country for significant, as considered the in anyway or heart tingled with gladness, and you year. some of republican lungs easily distressed party capital. Albany Argus. would not thnked (iod with a thrill of rapture; organs uro trying to make It appear? L'ArtDcLaMode. take a very strong blow shiver tlio nnd you looked around as much as to Is mndo especially for tlio.te desiring n A Troo on a Towor. T OLIHKI I'l. V'IKK. If Mime of tho heavy cjicnslons Did anybody exjiect that tho suspended ILL Till L1THT riKIK 110 HIT goiten howls of life, nT break the say: Heeds nf trees taken br bird, or h "Who dashed out that light? rum riiiu.ixi. jionsloners would not howl? I.nulsvlllo paid to rich men iu public life and out I' FIRST-CLAS, 4a!tr M p t he.- at the foiin' nn Many of you Who filled this cup with gall? W liaoBoBoaoBBrr juently lodge In some deem 0 ttT 0,,1 II cf Courier-Journa- l. away t.4 ta t.al, M liiril b.nbrr I, li.ie kept on in Ii through sheer bla' fmsre up those f nintali 4oH lOSaBaam"! craclc on the tops of hli? of it lotild bo taken ho aro and given to W.J. ltlllieK.riibll.Wr, w poor and soldiers Just so long iu wo live under the U l.UIUliiU,.Stw tark. f..r. i of mil Some uf ton have I on tn uk no ono can heal f."' ind will grow out and male crippled need aid from government, und McKlnley law, just so long will tho re1111 itniiilyoui diit i s. Perhaps you iiaieuts within the last twelve trees. Quo of these la In tlir an ideal feature in pension reform publicans attribute the evil effects or l. 'tiong, und it ii supM)sed that Their prayers for you aro ended.''' . ivl era on tho top of Wo havo no doubt that law to the fact that svo have, u would bo achieved. ii .ire a hyjioehoinlilnc. You tnl.o up their picture, und They say HAD mountain ash there are soldiers who got no aid from democratic administration. What w Btwirt ol iIUUni. i ii nre norwius as If tliat wero call buck the kindness that (uciflkalalalalalalalalalalamjil lUien year NOTICE 0 government, yet who merit it far more ought to have Is a democratic system ff nuiliiiig' (i,n have mercy on any man out from those old wrinkled jaBJBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaav! Hill oon AUTOORAPH, EL than inaiiy who receive such aid. Pen- administered by a ilemouratio adminis" iMiinnii that Is nervous! At times spoke iu such n tremulous ched a THE GENUINE i alone in your room. Friends do you say it Is a good picture, gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHae roots sion re form means the doing uway with tration. 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In V OUT OK AMMUNITION. UNPATRIOTIC PARTISANS. FnT from Oio Ofipirnle Itroirt "t the i For Summer Cookery Im-jm- lr lrI '"" - i'iM Hood'sCures KENNEDY'S MSCOVERY. fr T l't jat-rlot- te found the Royal Baking Powder will greatest of helps. With least labor and trouble it makes bread, biscuit and cake of finest flavor, light, sweet, appetizing and assuredly digestible and wholesome. vVvT 1 Vt l ltf, '!'"" hs s ' c s W-ca- ' 1. nt ' -- g tur-bottie- s. 4,t tipr con-gros- Wanted Koh-l-nio- fi-- MelCln-loyisin- . Ihi-uus- o A Man or Woman tin uni I"."- I r 1 ii.. ,,. sT"'Wr ii .' - heJ. ' s n HARVEST EXCURSIONS ttj 'i t." Jp .- - XaO"W ATTT -- Kipo-rienc- er ' 'August Flower" lii-li- 101 jaa-sag- e Corticelli Darning t ' If ' gre'st kt CortM-rli- d I - 3i rattle-comm- on! Alknllcs OlliprChcmlc IW & Wilis--hipp- -ts tli . . . 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