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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1893 hic1893092201_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tV, THE HICKMAN COURIER. l'lihllnlictl lit cry 1'rliln.v liy &mi jfci JHn6EyUM9fnMft. "JC fir ! CKOItGE Office WAR UKN, Hall : t Alitor Assistant IMitor. Jackson Street Hickman, Kentucky, tint duor to City THE HICKMAN GOURIEH m KSTABLISHKD1859. A FAIR TRAIN Seventy-Fivs PINE JOB PEINTING EXEOUTKD IITE HEATKESS AND DISPATC1 BALE BILLS, GF.ORGK WAHRKN. JAM. C. WKAHN, i OLDMT JfBWiPAFBB W WESTERN KENTUCKY. 181)3. l'rlco of Subscription, 91.00 i HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KY. MilDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, A MAI) e VOL. XXVf I NO. 47. C0NGKESS. Penlon, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEAD! BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS. ETC , ETG CAJLX AND SEE US. KENTUCKY It Is propose I t run it licet of e'i rv MISS POLLARD trie la Itivht'i through tlr- - liwst picllrporlmt llarkril lj Nrw turesque wrtlim(cil tin- Grind Canyon Krslurr lilvrii Out III thr laar. f llu Colorado. Tho current will Ixt I.liXIMiToy, Ky., Sept 10. Develop-nirnttipplled hy dynamo liivcit ly tur. On tho Dig Four Crashes Into .Monday night, which originate bines, nnil m III W conveyed In tlm from mi olllcliil source, go toproie that tlio Train Ahead of It. launches by t ho oicrho.ul trolley in tho prosecution of Mlsn I'ollard'i :nso ugnlnst Col. Ilrecklnridgo tin Gr.M r.ntlM ll.At.nf Kcnlneky, Eight to Ton P ople Reported Killed young wouinn will lx backed by one ol tho strongest secret orders lu the world, will Im elglit.v-thrt-your old In Ooand About Twenty Injured'. tho order of InilcK'itilrnt tid kt. He say Im hns noter indulged J'his neivderelopineiit lu the onto v. Ill no much In stimulants imd lino netor habitually used spirits, coffee or ten. rtir Arrl.lrcil II ,i.rnnl at Mintno, ItU doubt fall like a Ixmihshell in the camp, as his friends nnd attorTobacco ho hns always eschewed. I In tsrr KunkalirK r.iprsl llhln 'rol lnjiirril duo of lini neys can now realize the strength ol Atrl has nlwny taken nine hour of steep, i.unl. In tlir lll.luri' nl Id lluail, , thu enemy with whom they hnvu to da nnd In these later years permit hlui-tel- f buttle. Miy Miss Pollard should reeteii morn. Mammii, IIL. Sept 10. At 0:'J0 ceive help from this quarter Is ex Monday night the second section of tlm plained when It Is known thnt her Hr.x turn PriiKt.ts of California, mini III wny upward from to riches lllg t our viti.engertmiii Niv 4rcrnshed father, nt the time of hit death, of the first scctl'in th.tt Imd attained the highest mnk itilo Hie In the early days of lint gold craro ill first sittutlnii im n a porter in un I. ml stiipH'it tincxpi'clelly ut n jnilnt tho Ki utiirky division of tho ort deaconder could lestow. Tho glrl'a father Orovllle store ntf'Jn week When Iib leu uiilet norlli of Kankakee,' linil made a fortune he Mint for hi old ing the ateeter nml twoconchrt, killing wns grand master of Kentucky, and eniploycr. who linil met with tnlsfor-t- il icicn ik'iijiIm mul seriously fiijurlng a wns In charge of nit the lodge In the ttnte-- HI jHirlrult In oil now occupies numWr. no, nnil gave him n pluco lu hit ofllco Ui r The rear enrs of the first Motion were sn honored position on the walls of the ' lit 1171 n month, at llnrrodsburg. For some thcOhtii and Mississippi ami In o chair lodgo-roov?X- time thowondcr has been great as to lengers. ill miii in ui riinirm inu now Mis I ollnnt could hare employe! "W I(V ! lfj p 'IJ was ii i sniit tiie mure iintlti work n poraon lelegrnph'-i- l renllwd physician were two such criminal lawyers ns Watson for to KanWnkec and mid Carlisle to hnndle her case, na loth has tho Worse hi teeth become. The nnd len nrrirnl here nl II 10 men olwaya required lnrge retaining same riult is attained by lurk of Immediately Wun, feet, and Mist 1'ollard was known to proper nourishment, and it Is snld by u Tho work w.it well known dentist Hint tllty year indoue by one the horribly mutilated be praetlcnlly pennlteat. Thissx-cul- a more heated when the hence, uirong tho nry KHr classes, Ixidict of tht srcn were removal from tlon will i he patvngcrs source on which Miss Pollnrd expect rveryotif will W toothless nt tlm ugc of the pile of tli.-- j in the forwnnl nun, nllhoiigh to obtain money Is divulged. A past twenty. nnd many grand muster of tho I O. . F, who It ii severe slinking, ofllcinl and nt presTun Mat of Mliini'vitn is In n predic- were I si illy cut and brulMMi. wcrf fore- also nn ent Is high In local flnnnciul circlet, ament It ha four hundred convicts most in the work of earing ft - Ihr on lt hands Mul lini mi work for them ha lieen receiving letters for tlm They wete tnlien ns soon at ostlble past three wreka from prominent tnilu "The IkkuiI of prlxin innnnKert met nt .Stlllvnt.r to flnil that not n kin lo Mntiteno. w here they nre Ivlng rami all over tho country, express sympathy for the irle lilil hrul Iktii rerelieil for the roif for under the illrecllon of the railnsid who girl, and propose to establish n fund ilct Inlxir from Ortotvr I. tnw.1. tollettv sllleisK None of the trn'nmen nre able to lier I. 1P. .No Mirh kUIo nf tlill.fr lo enable her to prosecute her case ,'or the wreck, na n man wnsti nt without cramped for money. It exNteil liira the klule tit of the tram Is said that the Odd Fellow n nre for back fioiu the first orKnnUrtl wn niS'le Miss Pollnrd almost to n man, and it It at mniii ns the stop whleh A nntrr Imlientor Im Intenteil neeesMiry by some defective maehiiirrr a sure thing that the legal battle will i Intetiileil to In plnenl nt hleh Cut. Ilrecklnrldge's either in the l(Kiinolhi! w.it made. This llsir Iw 'n royal on or Ixith rinUof it Te.'l for tlio piirHx.o man has not seen since, thewri-ifriends, however, are confident of his of fchnnlnjr nt n ;l.inei lo Ihr olllrer of mid he it prokibly the only man win. ability to cojx with nny fix?. thrileek lio miirh wilier his resel ia enn glte the renl cause of the disaster THE POPE'S EXILE ilmnlnir. It nmy nlim Ik- - mi nt nny It it thought by the railroad oflinalt (mini, mi tlmt wlirn n rertnln that the section of No N was runmmr ticsln a Quritlnn In Italy -- Tlir llnljftr May Hit In Spain. ilrnft U reurheit n Ii;iiiiI Ull Is at n pretty gixsl speed, having nn in mmiiiiIciI nnil eoiitlnnr Pour, Sept 10 -- The po tins sent n to tlmatlou thnt the first section would rlUK until topxil ttopat this unexpected xtnl. nnd that letter to Mgr SatollI, the papal delethe flagman failed to get Isiek n sufli gate to tho I'nited State, in which his ) KMfi.u nn Hit. Maiikiiaii holiness trenta of American religious exert elent dlstnnro to ennble tin englm-rol t hlentro, h.is eontrl-Imlei- l of tho second section to reditco hit question. to tin. Amerli'mi I.nw lleirUter i Among other things referred to In metrle tmlv of two tliousnml rhoek Thr following are known to lx) dead. ihe letter his holiness gives expression U;nnltire. lie limit that nnonreier to the satisfaction he feels nt tho union t'hrit Kimmel. Dayton, (). write hit name twice In rxnrtly tlm of the American clergy that 1ms been Ilarld Joekson. t'ynthlana, O. Minir complete,! through the eiforts of Mgr Mrr or einrtlv tho tame wny, home of the Injured: nml lay t It low n at a K'enenil principle Allen Juv Scholtrr. Itlpley. 0, bad SntolIL . tin Septemler 50, thoSAd nnnlvertary that If two alirnnttirvs eolnelile erfect-l- cut In face and head; probably fatal ono mutt le a forgery of the nccnpitlon of Home by Itnlian (ieorge llrackney, Wilmington. trixips, the pope will order nn extralegs cnihe 1. probably fatal l.x I'arl the ilriunnil for hnrrtleiJi It f. It Wltchnrt. Frankfort. ()., Inter ordinary collection throughout Italy ,'rvatly on the Inerente There are urer nal injurlev nce fund. for the St Peter's 1&I liutrlirra In the Kreneh rupital who The collection will W ordered a n Uilll.im Kvnns, rnwellton, W. Va ileal In it alone policy protest ngnlnst the Twenty UkmhuiihI Ititrrnnl Injurlev hortet wrre eaten hy thr 1'iirltlalit lnnt Mitt.snlly Ktans 1'owellton, V. Va of the government SignorSnntn Maria, year -- not by the jwNir only, tlnmirli lit Internal Injuries. minister of Justice for ecclesinstlcal cheapnett It a strong Imliiremelit to hat reslgmxl hit ofllce. Mm.l hrlt Kimmell, Dayton. O , head 'I ho rcnton given for hit retirement the worklni; ami lalxir elawt but by nnd tttty Injured many people fairly wrll oir The prleo L II lllotiton. rinclnniitl. fntnlly. I, that he is not In accord with tho it alMMit half that of mutton or . J V llrown. Wilmington, (I, Inter- government's plan for opening the nal nnd head llljilrriL A.ltWl wlU.llm,,t.t.wm..M. .m Ik tho hope of Wlnjf Able toilient Mm J W. Ifniw'n, Inteninl InjTTrfra. In view of the Increasing symptom ., lxxly of hostility displayed by tho govern with wnltrrta woman hat Inrrnteil a tlllre ration. I'armel, table whleh will wait on Ittelf Tlio brulsed nnd scalp wound. ment which nre nttrllmted to the pope's table It round, with a mce len lllrhct Kindt Temple. Sinking Springs 0., friendship toward France, tho Vatican I wlile for the plntrv cii etc. lntlilo Iiead and Ixxty injured. again considering arrangements in Montis, t liester, S. c slightly regnnl to the pow nexilo from Home. .' thlt eircle there It n revolting illtk, rulM-i-l ntniut two Inehet, upon which Injured Imck ami head It hat already applied to Spain on the the fooil it plaint. Ily turning It In lllnnrhe llellcton, Sinking Springs, subject It will Ixi remembered that uny direction you may hae the bread, O limbt ladl injured. when tho question of the pope's leavbutler, olltrt or rream, w Ithout aakluir Anna Cow alia. Lower Albany. Ind. ing Home was agitated some time ago, or waiting for them. .lestle Morse. Cincinnati, badly ln efforts were made to seciiro his ap provnl to n project looking to tho esJured internally It; IttOIhe tparrow had occupieil only r.iiimn (allnlin, Columbut. ( limn tablishment of the holy see in pnln. bImiiiI IVrtOO Miinn mllra of territory lirulscil Klilliaprilat'hllil. Mist l.iblilc Jackson, Cynthlana, O., , in thlt country Within the netl lire W. Vn , Sept 19. Paiikkusiii-iuiIt spread over 4.t.n lupiare miles tnlruib'. and other injuries, prolsibly Wesley Pnrker. n slick rnseiil, was arIn nddlliou At present it Infetts tlm fatal on a penitentiary .1 W Totter. Springfield, ()., scalp rested Momlnt whole of the eastern half of the t nlted charge Mr. Mary Hell swore out n Mntes and In the west It It found wound nnd eye gouged wnrrnnl charging him it 1th kidnaping Mrs. J. W. Foster, nlw broken. Interwherever thrre. are. aettlrtnenta. The daughter her fourteen-year-olbinl It n parasite on man. and now hero nal mjarlev probably futnl. was married to n slteen-ycnr-oln ijiinrter of n 'I lip urrok In the world it it know n to thrlrc far girl named Heine), nnd on hlswed-dinmile from Mnnlemv The Hrtl section away from hiim.in hauntis day was jnlled lie deserted his of the t mill wits In charge of Conductor wife at the end of ten diijs. Turin, were ruinlciil nt well nt er 1ner '1 he tiiilnt were rutiniiig witheach other A Cuvrrr llillIM. fire ntrntititr feiitun't of the late I hlcniro in As mlnuti't ofnewt of the nccident Hot Si'liiMis, Ark., Sept 19. A dasloon ns Hie bread riots. One man innnhln,' in tint procession had n tlio Ix'cnme know n and the number of in- tardly nlfempt nt nssnsslnntion wn gold wntrh nlpied. nnothrr rioter, who jured was seen to lx itillr large, they mndo nt tho meiiger deptit of tho Hiitmcd to lie ttnrrlni;, wnt arretted linmedinteh opened their houses mid Hot Springs nillro.ul. in till city, Monand on N'iui; ware hod was found to told tho rescuers to ntall tln'iuselvca of day night dim ItnuiM'y, private secrehare three dollars w lilch would buy their accommodation, It i now stated tary 'of Cot I D. Jticluirtlsoii, of Hot Springs rnilrond, wii shot nnd badly not let than sixty loarct of bread. right were kllleil. wounded by some unknown scoundrel, Another ktnrrcllnir. nn Itnllun woman A Criminal t arrrr I mini. bread, hud her pocket l'lioviI'K.M'K, ileuiiindliiir It I . Sept 19. In ni ylio made Ills escape in the dnrkness. picked of Toa tempting to escnw from the Crnnston Wrntr Tltrlr Kntr nn n llsrrrl llrtil. HIm1, nllat statu prison tiro Halifax, N. S.. Sept. 19 A barrelTlir. rorneliut Vnnderbllt nnd Colllt and killed by head with n message written on It In (leorge. wnt shot I'. lltiutlm;ton mansions, now Hearing Deputy Wnrden Thomas Howe. lend pencil hna lieen found near tho completion on upper 1'iftli itvenue. New yearn' wtin serving n twenty-liv- e York, w III K riralt In costliness mid MMitence for burglary committed in this mouth of the harbor, telling of the loss of the schooner Senator Frye. of magnificence of equipment Art city. Ix'lng committed in February of Mns. Tho messngo states tho nnd guests' the present jenr conservntorlet, crew of fourteen men went down with a, elinmlwr nnd ball iimiii costing n lainrr llalra In ilir lair. tho tesel, nil hands IxMngdrown. will be features of the Vnnilor-bi- lt , sept 10 - Directors of the nnd Huntington nnd other txilntlal Tnalnrrr Ktiapp May Dlr. l session to met in A Viorld'nfnlr priratn retlitrncea now building IP. Fugincer Toi.r.no, O., Sept. t admission for consider n single celling in Mr. Vanderbilt'a new cent admission Knspp, who wns shot In the Lnko children, a twenly-fh- e palace, painted by n French nrtls.t, cost robbery at Kestler. on Sundny, nnd tlm rviciisuin of tho Shore train 10,000. I lying nt Kendnllvllle. wn fnlr until .fniiunry or ome other dnte Ind., nnd i "I ho motion wns reported tery much worso Mombiy nnd to 1st determined. IllRlut have very acute vision, ivrluipt lu dnnger of denth. It was Intended to voted dow n. tho most ncute of nny creature, nnd tlio re mo vn him to his homo Monday, but .MmiilsX's '.imrt. teut It almost mora widely ilitTutad this relapse proteins. 1 T i rtilrst-over the rellnn than It the onto with irinrlnnttl 0 ) Wanning! a t lIUUImiTr It lirrr'a Thompson? niani consivjuently n bird can see side P jClrirlauil UrfxVljn Sept 19, The state dewise na well na objecta In front of it A )' ... r W mil irK 7 I llotlun . I Iiulillllipartment confidently expected to bird sees showing grent uneasiness In M. tmls ... ( I New York some word from Minister Thompcoiiaeqncncp n hawk long beforo it la I'lilUilrlphla son, of llni7il. Mondiiy, but up to it risible, to man. So, tM, fowls and HOW IIIKY HANK pigroiis llnd minute M'rnps of fixxl, Won. lost lr Ct. Into hour nothing hud Wen heard. M A! M Ilnston Secretary (Irenhnm is unable to account them from what nppenr ta 47 nit R Plllaburch for tho lack of information. u emiotly nlmlliir pieces of earth or M I'hlUilrlphla 49 Nl frBTr'' Ml M U Lrrlanil Mrs lllwlnn In l'nrl. New York Ml Bl M Loniio.v, Sept 19. Mrs. Hlalne, widllrcx.Vljn 01 r An Kngllsh woman, addressing her ow of .InmcH ti. Illulne, mid her daughKS Cincinnati Hi M jountry women in print gtiea our glrln ivv M llnltlmoro ter, Miss Hnttlo Hlalne, who nre nice little puff oil their trim upHuir i Art U M Chlrsiio by the iluughter of Senator when traveling. Acconllng to SL Iiul inre SI 43 t Don en Ijiulavllle 41 ( this pleasant writer, "An Amcrlcim ll route Cnuieron, loft llridgo Monday the to Purls. Tho pnrty spent' WaOllpRlon. 8 ,T0 JH ?lrl ciin lie Npottcd In it moment, hummer in Bridge. Thry Dlil Nut Arrrut whether In n rnllwny'cnrrlngo or 0:1 I.oinsvit.l.K, Ky., Sept. 10.-Ixiard n steiimshlp; her gattro veil Ih nl Mlirr In Arsrntln. wny fresh nnd Immneulntc, her glovea mid Xitshvillo shopmeii to the MoNTi:vi!n:o, Sept. 19. t'rugttny has ;ay fitting but well cut and netvly numlx-- of liM, who linvo lieen on i contracted with Urn mini lo bought, her skirt nuvcr drngglet, no atrlke for tlio past two weeks, were nt coin another million of silver dollars, buttons nin on her iHKita." Then alio vlted to return to work Monday by tin which nro to pny for now iirmtimcnt ilnlthea with tho vngua abjuration, company, but declined In n lxxly t Silver Is now nt n discount The action "Would thnt our Kngllsh women would meeting was held, nnd It wns result c of the government has created nn unfollow our American eouaW oxnmpla to resist tho 10 jwr cent reduction l favorable Impression lu commercial In this." tho bitter end. circles. I'hnuco mlno nt llolso City, Tiik I.usl MINIE BALLS. STUD ENDS OF THOUGHT. ana a record of 1800,000 In gold pro How much ynara. Tur. dulto of Cambridge, who is comiuced in sixteen Good pay Inspires a poet. more has been extracted that has pot mander In chief of tho Ur.gllsh army, Povkutt Is hereditary. is not been reported to the owners has never smelt powder except at a reUkalti! Is Hope's best tonlo. a known. Tho ore carried uch high la not likely to If ho can A million dollars means a million view, and nought Job In gold thnt tnlneni help It lie was a major goncrul nt looting tlio cares. there for the purpoto of thanks to his tho ago of twenty-six- , 1'iiAoiu.NCK Is tho Invisible beauty of mines. They shipped out the rich stuff good fortune. Qoivcrs, by tho. Irtinkful mid packed it out Hk.iot. Piiokoi' DooomitNKo, a RusTii fliier the church ho greater the lu lacks. Some years ngu u mini sian soldier, committed sulolde lately congregation's vanity, whoopetuted tho initio shipped stuno became, a young girl would not marry I r ambition tapers off tiro to tlm siuupUr at Halley, Sl Micks at the top It him, but Instead culled him au "old iif It Were at'ilmi that wero valued at would be Inst dangerous. tuau," This was rooro than tho giddy 13,000, and Milt to reeovir that i mount What i rain think depends largely follow, who was not muah over ninety Ik now pending. au what Lo eats and drinks. nine ytari of age, could stand, Itreck-luridg- JACI'. Pcoplo En T r PRISONERS BUTCHERED. n TJIK FLOOD IN SPAIN. r.rd ronrMrn anil lirt rt-n- r , . a. BSSSSEsir SiUKiWlrW.fM'"!!. Jts.-tstc-r Man-tvli- a u g ln-e- It-.-- ill-l- rel r jo-e- . nntl-churc- h r, 1 ,. . j.r d Car-jx-nt- d blood-or-brea- . ii ttlou-ceste- r. gnl-lerl- Citii-Ano- sx-el:i- ten-cen- 1 list-urc- X to . The 1 r Aigi-iillu- n val-ile- Tur. sheriff of l!nrrion connty nnd va occupied br his deputy nrrived in Lexington, tho ta opposition to other day, with the following prisoners tin., come to tho front ngaln with n rman law. lis vas fal ser, ot Colorado, aha to bo confined In tho Fnyetto county llnomrra llrnpnnilril in tlir Hlxnl of til" Itlcheryof prisoners confined In the jntl for safo keeping: Henry AVIllit, l nt Ciirrollton. SaliiPiUy-Trh- lPaul Archer, Will gteacladed bli speech 'Inn. at lllxll oii men neither John llrown, William Stiver; and Art her, Polk Hill, IM (iayton, nnd lrt of i:rry llrarrlptlnn t'aeil s r icuowed the tactics Ina-Ii len Flint nil colored, .Not llniiiif Ii Land to On llntiml. Robert Given. They ure till colored, and tho latter lnstatlM neon lha and under indictment for the inurdci i woman, tvero shot to death Thursdny isad sprnreoUy the feel presence oi a AiikaShah CITY, Ka., Sept 18. At n of John Irfigun. rjht by n mob of masked men. Some-- l an ana opponents or re ' Inir batweea flvo minutes before noon Saturday, MAtmw, Sept 18. The distress In the pent Is moca I)ru W. II, Halt, health oflicor o salt had been heretofore ne during last week the gin and men were gathered upon trie north Tito acnate ronflrmod i Louisville, and ono of tho most prom of ,1 Ii Wood wa burneil flooded districts of New Cnstlle con- durlnt lni ind south iMiundurles of tho Cherokee Al few of life I greater numbar ot M ngo tho five were tinues, nnd the lo day 0, lntrodnced a bill Inent physician In the south, died sudHook ttrlp nwnlting breathlessly tho signal S, 1891, which pro- denly from nn attack of tonsllltl. Dr. Teted mid confined in tfln Cntrollton than anticipated. The suffering In the tn rrposl tnc which would nnnounco to thcui the arbetween the united Gait served through the civil wnr ns a neighborhood of Villa Canns Is said to viaes ror o ii rival of tho hour when the lands should JslL The preliminary trial nnd 4, and for the promotion Slates and surgeou in the confederate army. were In progress, but had not bo .terrible, nnd tho talcs told of the o( commei Irotvenor sounded the pass from tho ownership of the United horrors witnessed about the fatal enve, Tiik following statement of tlio pubpoller on tariff in a Into tho possession Men concluded. TlntrMlny night the where hundreds of the Inhabitants keynote of States government MrllT was called from his room in the tjpdureit In the boose lic printer with reference to Kentucky resolution jf Its Individual citUcns. All were I .resolution declaring sought refuge ara almost Wyond de- Honday. report of the courts of appeal will W ready for tho raco which wputd bring lull building nnd wns told that parties scription. Some of the cdves In which the Intent! b the mat ,er ot ot the country. of interest to tho lawyers nnd HtlganU fortune and happiness to some, lM n prisoner whom they hnd nrrcstcd n of Villa latlon touirts Inhabitant volume The ninety-firs- t ifM changea or the of tho state. suffering t slit whom they ttnntcd ti turn over to Cnnns sought rcfugo were fairly choked not sot td JIsnpolntment nnd hhu, just completed and In the hnnds ot tho Tho sheriff came down from principlesyion. others. All expected tho fortunes men, women nnd chil'with corpses of Tuesday librarian is to W followed very closely, WAanmo' ind nil wrre ready for tho race hit 'room, nnd, unlocking the door, dren. About eighty bodies have been developed ie situation. The free nnd in fact in a few weeks, by the ol himself in the hand for lauds. Somo tvero mounted on thor; fotnd ert, fend they put for- - ninety-seconIs said to W silver tens Unasked mob, volume. Tho copy for who domnnded recovered, but this number oughbred racers, some on tho less fleet Mitchell, of Oresoii, tho ninety-thir- d loss of life. I ward a tl fnr Wlnw tho netual total tolutno is well-nigIH but Intereatlna I but surer ftxiU-- cow ponies, nnd gome of Ihlm tho keys to the cells houses are "'"' J'!'", At Homcral two hundred Uio prisoners were confined. U whleh - such - 1 ready, and It Will W ono of the 'first on bicycle. Other were to make tht flooded nnil many other AWtpieces rei.rnrtl xerai: race In buggies and wagon. An air of Tir requett wnt urgcu upon inn aner-If- f submerged. tentrBU. wrr 'tractor- Iliislncssln the 'flooded son sod by tlm glittering barrels of n hunttralncd expectancy pervaded tho Is entirely suspended and will Stewart's rraolxfoe. rrovldlnir for sn printer at tho sloso of th'a letter's term," districts tdlierclstlontof senators with na- January 1. throngs nnd each was eager for the dred Winchester rlllc. The ofllcer wns so remain for some time tocomc. Large lignnL Hang! Ixing! The revolvers ot overpowered, the mob mndo their way forces of troop have Wen sent to the tional bsnlk went over st hl owa request unMm Emza Nash, of Murray, Callotil Wedncslar. the t'ul ted State army ofllcers who have to the cellsof the prisoners, and through distressed neighborhoods with provisHocsB-tVh- en thr committee oa election of way county, who was to have Wen Inchesters tho Iron bar the barrclsof and members of thcnlTnlrin charge gave tho signal ta prealdent married soon, took an extra doo of every nittrle ion and pontoon corps, but the still were morning itart and the rnee for homei. waa on. rnmo placed, while from In a second's rising ttntcrs interfere seriously with to themrtf Tuesday minority. It wa submitted arsenical powder to heighten her comSetcrnl men: n doso of balls, republican After the line wns crosed and the ure beis of tli minority taxed lravo to Hie minor- plexion. It proved fatal. tlmo five human Wing had Wen tho work of relief. Tho peasants racera spread out over the strip, making frantic nppcals to the govern- ity report simultaneously with the rrportlnR Ni.sxtkkx gentlemen and Indies of of exciting contest took place. butchered nnd the lxxlieslny in streami ment for help, which would W readily ot the btl uithehouta This pcrmlsttoa was color were locked up aj. Lexington for Here was a race between of blood which How eil ncrot tho lloor sent If it were possible. The engineer granted by the majority of the committee. holding a solrco dansantc in an open w Impossible to report Ihe bill to horsemen who hail all selected a cer- and dyed tho wnlls nnd ceilings of the corps in the flooded district Is using the Hence It Tuesday The minority will have Its lot the hotso In n certain town site as the cell. Tho mob then dispersed. I tain lot report Tea J y by Thursdar morning at which AthX pRATCHF.it, who has just comCiirrollton I nn Inland town without pontoon Wats with success where It inly thing worth having in the whole water time the bill will bo formally laid brfore the pleted a long term In tho penitcntiusry, rnilrond or telegraph, and It is Impos possible, but the fiercely rushing I I ho stake houie. When Mr Tacke. tits zzl'.zx chairman alluring, and country. In the sninll rivers ttcro swollen into i again In the toils at Lexington. Ho Is Mr Catchlnt sach horseman puts forth every effort sible to get any Information ns to the torrenta which prevent tho work of re- cf 'he committee, notified report Tuesday, that said to have robWd n Jewelry store nt the the cortmi'tce would not testimony against the victim chnrged to snatch the tirlre. There a cholra col lief from Wing carried on with tho latter gentleman promptly adjourned the houso. Junction City, and together with Richfarm i the stako nnd the race is equal with tiron, but It is said that one hnd promptness ilcsircA. The queen regent Washington, Sept 14 Semaie The chair ard llryant was selling the goods in ored man confined In the jail ly exciting. man of the committee of the senate, loxington. turned state's evidence ngnlnst the oth has sent a donation ol a consilient oio Mr. Voorteen, finance of Indians, who hat charge ot Hero tho racers come npon a gully, of money At Dnnvlllethe case of John Crouch's management of the unconer. The mob mnde him lente the jail, sum inhabitants for tho relief of the starv- the pirllam-ntor- y over which they can not urge their of the Hooded districts, ing Southrepeal bill, undertook Wednesday to horses. They abandon their horses, and told him It Wimlil W tho Wst for and subscriptions for the snme purpose ditionallimit to debate upon that measure. He administrator vs. the Cincinnati fix a ern railroad, in which tho road was trusting to luck to find them ngaln, nnd Mm to lenvc tho state. He left nnd nre Wing raised in other quarters. ruccreJrd only la demonstrating the fact that sued for $30,000 dnmnges for causing of the make for thr goal on foot, stumbling has not Wen seen since This It the All the Wats procurable have Wen tbr friend of al ver hare the senate ha Wen nver rocks, wsdlng streams nnd cllmli-in- second lynching thnt Pickens county placed nt the disposnl of tho govern- United States rractlcally st their mercy, that tho dcntlt of the plaintiff, no rote upon that measure can be reached uncompromised, the railroad ngreelng to within the last two precipitous banks in the mad raco. has furnished ment to assist in the work of rescue til ther content that the extent to which the pay over f 1,300. Hero women engnge In a raco for a weeks. can be carried sa yet sees no limit, that thnt can Ax unknown colored man robWd the Joe Floyd, colored, wns hung by n nnd relief, and everything else peasants debateran not be ljnorrd, even by a majority ol prize and there men and women nr allrer the unhappy a W done to home of John Manger, n farmer living Ux senatr, without some distinct understand chasing"over tho prairie for the same mob nnd hi body riddled by bullets I Wing dono on all sides. lug as to the future recognition of that me til on the Canerun road, near Louisville, piece of land. During tho long dsyi few days ngo for the murder of b white an money by legislation, and that the friends ol of flOO worth of property by successnf registration, when standing in line farmer. free coinage believe that tho public opinion, tn viTHE RUSH TO GET OUT. in the blaring sun entailed great sufferthlch the administration hsa appealed. Is In fully chloroforming the largo and GAINING GROUND. cious watch-dog- . reality behind their position ing, the men chivalrously surrendered It Almoat Kquala thr Itn.h tn (let In the ilornc-T- be house did little or nothing At n meeting of tho Lexington their place In the line to tho wenket Th ltrlM-- l Cnntlnnrt the llnnilutrd. Ktrlp. Wednesday. Mr. Talbert, of South Carolina, chamber of commerce the other night v rd that ths ccmmltteo on bank nr and curmriit In thr Harbor or Itln. AnKANSAdClTT, Sept 18. Thousands it wa decided to Invite a numWr of lmmedlitely th There I no chivalry now. This race instructed to 18. News of people who Snturdny made such nn rencyofbeMr McLaurln report IIi'k.mih Am'., Sept providing for the Issu- foreign commissioners of the World's bill In n bulne nfTiilr nnd no sentiment Hio effort to get into the Cherokee strip, ing of ilAuoow In treasury notes, but the fair to Lexington during tho OctoWi Intnr'ere. with the transaction of tho which has Wen received from nothing came of tbo motrotting meet This 1 done in order matter in hand on n bustlie basis. laneiroIs indicates that tho situation were making equally strenuous effort tucse objected, and tion. very serious. It Wlleved to get out Sundayr Kven n soon after . i e to show the foreigners the improveFalk-ne- r women must take their chances, there WtsntxnTOJi, Sept - SrATi-revolter, have here l'helr sex avniled them nothing In the gainedthat the navy capital. Presi- the rush as Saturday evening hundred Jrm W Va.1 submitted an amendment ments in tho thoroughbred and trotn foothold in the strip lo the repeal It provides for contest Along the railroad tracks. dent Pelxoto. it is learned, has aban- of people camo out from the Some of the bullion MIL In the treasury stthe coinage ting business In that section. Its colnags now and took up qunrters hero. Oua Paui, who killed Jke Helm nl the boomer trains, loaded to the gtiaids doned rate of value worth now the const of tho Hay of Illo and failed great rush to tS.MuOO per month, ITtOnOOin, at the addition McKinney July 1 lnt, had n prelimIn the be creepwith town sltcrv wercM-entand nuthorlies In KIo with get claims, and others, after hnvlng ing nlong nt a snail's pace, It seamed the capital, and retired to the purchase of l,sMl) o. tiers per month. inary hearing Wfore Judge W. B. nrmy which tint not to be lo the anxious passengers, while remainportion oftothe Im. Here ho still located claims, relinquished them Ihouph th s nmount purchased now In th Wnrnon the other day, nnd tviis held In It will rather than endure the discomfort" coioet until alter all the bullion loyal a K,000 lxitul, which ho failed to give. of fleet animals with thousand treasury Is coined, unlets, In Ihe opinion of the from the landing partheir mount were outstripping the await au attack W cnt from the reWd nnd hardship of ti frontier life In a vrrrtarTOf Ihe treasury, the business drmandt He still languishes in the county jallnt ty which will desolate country such ns the strip now After all the bullion Stanford. mighty Iron horse. handicapped ships, country requlro the Aqtilbnn, the ltepublfcn nnd Is. Sundny the return move Wcnme an of thetn thr treasury IsItcoined, the amendment now by forbidden to exceed twelve Ctrl. Mnio.v, of the Hullock state ot silver abalt be purexodus nnd Sunday night the city it protldes thnt 3,00.000 has resigned Lieut Slado wai mile nn hour. The horsemen shouted the Tnijatio. garrisons in Fort Vlllegngnon ns badly crowded as it was berore the chased and coined erery month until the aggre- guard, to tho captaincy at a meeting The elected derisively ns they passed the train". and the harbor of race. Many nre departing by trains, gate silver circulation of the country nnd nil the other forts in passen of the guards. Capt Milton tendered reach tSJO,COO,ouo tome of tho more House The democratic majority in me nouse hi rcsitrnatlon on nccount ot tllllcr- gers piled off ,ii tho car forthwith. i!io, Janeiro, . except one, have revolted- but others too poor to buy even a railn ur""- road, ticket, are stranded here. What i.,.-ii- jaa ".r.1 . ,lc,,u.b. vw ences Wtween hlmyU nnd Col. ttaUhti &TV,n.r I during the recent encampment nt q,,ticd upon the Icln nt . . - .... ... question to tie decided by the city muiKtios ins found themselves without a I ... ICO acres which came In their way. As i ..." rnsb'e to transact business. No Howling Green. tat-from n hostile squadron. All the authorities All the returning tell the Quorum fd managebetter Inusirannn of thr utter lack of the train nulled into a townlte or forts A TKiuillif.K nccident occurred nt the the harWr nro manned with on tne democratic side ment and county srnt. it disgorged it load nnd so ,erm under lighting order, lluoys same story of lack of water nnd be found. ccoeslnn republican registered could Charles McKee place.nenr Hopkinsville, their The scarcity of fcxvl, bnt of nn over supply protest against the pronosrd legislation by re- by which NntMcItee, a leading farmer, Ihe townsllers nwarmed over the land removed, and of hent, hot winds and dust like nn nrmy of nnt. The plot of In the hnrWr hate been fraining from roiing on the motion made by Mr lost his life. McKee hud raised steam torpedo nunc placed directly In the There nre many stories of crime nnd Hurrowa, if Michigan o dispense lih thr call lu n portable engine for the purpose of ground which fifteen minutes Wfore of incoming ship. It i report- casualties but all Wing strangers to of committees for report The fact wa Im Withwn nothing but a surveyed patch of course there were not grinding some wheat for hog. La Plata mediately crmonstratrd vessel hate prairie with not nn Inhabitant Wcamc ed that twoand provitions left Admiral one nnother, names nre missing. The enough democrats presentthlt constitute a Quo- out warning the boiler exploded, literto for with arm crime nre mostly isolated murders a populous community. ally tearing him to pelces. Two small Me InThe loynl war ship which took place Saturday in the fight rum. squadron Meantime out on the prairies the Wabhisotos- Vpt 18 -- Sisatk. The desea to overtake for claims. Three fatal accidents are bate on the repeal of thr Sherman sliver act boys were hit by the Hying fragments Tir.identes has put to ll farmers continued their great but not seriously Injured. Mr. McKee tin 'ii if possible reported as the result of Saturduy'a was continued sf nator Sherman Introduced a I a brother of N. I McKee, a leading race for homestead ltebccca K. I he llriiliiiii minister here refuses to rush men trampled to death by horses bill granitic a tension tolateprltateof Kut. merchant of Hopkinsville, und a inun 'I he man of the family and his sons of Com mother of Heorte F Kutr he has legal ngo made the race on horses or on be interviewed, but situationexpressed or killed by falling from the over- pony K, Setenth nhlo Volunteer Infantry He of wealth nnd influence. In Hio is crowded excursion trains tin opinion that the Introduced a bill granting an honorable also foot. If the horses were not numeroiu RIM. Mi.noii, colored, who has Wen From the tone of the llnt-ti- l discharge to John Kucll late nrlrate of Hough to go nroiiud, while the "worn-2i- i rer grave II. First Rc ment Ohio Volunteer Infan- on trial Wfore the circuit court nt hi newspapers received here, It i Wiirse Tlinn n lltir.7. Saw. folks" followed more leisurely In try, Mexican ar Frankfort, for tho murder of George as transacted Taylor, ha Wen given a sixteen ycnrV PlTTtiiil'itail, Pa., Sept 18. Stanley or no business the prairie schixincrs which pitched pr- luted that Pcixoto'sangot eminent early day. ltoycr wa Instantly killed and Wtn. In House Little w ix-- overthrown at FrHay Mr Morrr Introduced a tho houar. nnd lulled nbont on the broken prairie Mlnoi in the penitentiary. N, s sent out Waring a favorable tone Slypork, Joseph SInvcrestvlcl nnd Ignabill that will be In ere sling to the people of Cin- sentence like Mirivo!ioii0ii schooners In a rough tho murder eighteen month fo Die government should be taken tius Mistoiak seriously injured by u cinnati and vicinity Inasmuch as Ii provides committed sen. of a Ii reserve, as all mevsage pas nltro glycerine explosion nt Oakdnlo, for Ihe establishment Storer llsh hatchery In ngo at n festival git en by colored also Introduced people nt Frankfort, but has been al From the line south of Arkansas City w Hamilton county Mr ugh got eminent agents' hands. near here, Sundny afternoon. The men a bill to establish post office savings depositoa uuiiiWr of young men mnde tho race ll ng o. wees from Hio state that tho bom-b- n nre coal miners nnd hnd stolen tho ries. It authortret the postmaster general to large till nbout a month on safety bicycle. They needed snfe-tleKentucky Copper and Iron Tin: designate such post office st depositories as bs of the city ha been sus-- p linent They were recklessly Thev had practiced for days rid deposit when offered, dispatche state thnt experimenting with it when the explo- insy tee at, to irceivc rcptyraent ot the sam Foundry, of Lexington, mndo nn aslei l'rl-n- te Ing over the rough prairie In preparato protldefor tfce city by tho gun sion took place. Hoyer was terribly anddepositors, by regulation to be prescribed signment to K. L. Hutchinson, of Lev to tion fot tho race. A deep gully, u mln II iliun.ige to the Ington, Tho assets double the liabilt greater than the government mangled and died In twenty minutes. by him. iature canon, parallels the north line w is mi stated Principal creditors live In CinIn-- t Peffer ities. It required prompt WAsnnGTO!,ep'. The concustlon shixik every liouso in offered a resolution Saturday (wMrb went over) cinnati and Indianapolis. mile in the In- ti ..r's of the strip ntiont three fen nee on the part of the foreign tho town of Oakdnle, nnd badly frightis ImjHisslblc for comterior. Acros this It Instructing the coimittee on Interstate A rosT offu k hns Wen established in the horbor to protect prop-cr- t ened the inhabitants. merce to Inquire whe her sny and It so, what ot Fullerton, Greenup county, nnd Geo. the cyclers to ride, and those who had w Word has nlbo Wen m the citv legislation, is nccesiart to prevent Interruption outstripped the horsemen were obliged inn nppolnted postmaster. , Is spread-I- n the of Interstate ralljr traffic by lawless persons, D. to dismount nnd take what they could n nod thnt now revolution that tho Tlio llnrrlson Forces Tut: nominations of tho collectors ol and to punish sucn person guilty of robbery reported It i Hnd north of tho gullcy. Thli Wahiii.noto.v, Sopt IS. It is said that and murder c mmiit'd on Interstate railway Internal revenue for tho flvo districts h.ivo same gulley proved an obstacle in st ites of ll.ililn and I'ernambuco trains. The repeal oi sas then taken up, nnd were confirmed by the campaign l.i iiredin favor of tho revolutionists. tho llnrrlson next few will W pushed Mr Voorhees akrd the senate to agree to close of Kentucky days ago. the course of tnnny rnccrs, nnd only Deer debate upon the Ml m the 1Mb Inst and senate a few during the month. the trained cow ponies were Pnrlc, Mil., I to W the battle-grounMiss Cauiiik 0mus of Newport ttai that amendments be deoated until the ITJthun. nnd ndtcnturous enough to descend SIX MILLIONS LOST. vote Several of the republican leaders will 3er the five inlnutr ru ' when a upon should be terribly burned a few days ngo, in a the bill one ldo and scramble up tho rther In taken upon alt amendments and combine, and Wth Hnrrison ond his gasoline stove explosion. number of private bills Insafety The gulley Wcame llucd with t'nlra Italn Kail .soon, No One Can Tell bnnner-WiireStephen II. Elklns, will House Amona Gov. McCiif.auy called nt tho post All tho claims tvero taken, tthrn thr Smolilrrlna; Furnace Mill 1)1 occupy cottages on the spot Arrange- troduced in the boue aiarday wa the follow- office department tho other afternoon horsemen ing Ily Mr. I'arater of Kentucky, directing Hut. nnd thoso whoso horse would not ata commission ments tire Wing pushed for n big rally the secretary ot war to appoint a conference with Fourth AsM tiisiiriKl.l'. Wit., Sopt 10. Frank of the elans to meet nt Deer Park early to ascertain nnd report the facts concerning tho and had Postmaster General Maxwell tempt to cross it were obliged to mnkc sistant for the use of the army of u long detour nround it ends. They Mi Mlllan.of the McMillan f.umWr Co., In tho summer of '91, and already a taking of prop-rt- y appotntment of a postStates and destroyed at Cynthlana, relative to tho were not discouraged nnd hoped fot in an Interview said that the los to largo contingency of politicians have Ihe United 1ML The flUibustcr In the house master at Perryville. As a result, lune It, the recent fire engaged cottages. luck farther on. ttiseonsin forest from Wtter igalnst tho Tucker bill repealing the federal Samuel II. Hart was nppolnted postKnotigh people made tho run to fur- tt mid amount to Wttvecn five nnd six election laws, lasted only lung enough Saturdi y master, vlco Mis Polk, removed. Miss cro.none of the 37,000 homestendi in llions. This represents a vast nmount lo demonstrate that the rrpuDiico nish each Itnuk Cnsliler Dies In n Cell. Polk has Wen postmistress for twelve c The sapaMr of brealilng a quorum. nnd give every conn of pine, n well ns hardwood timber, with nn occupant Mr. Hart was indorsed by the l'l.ATTsiifHO, N. Y., Sept. is. Matleader bulng connnied that nothlcg years ty u town site of nt least 1,800 Inhabit ci 'Vi ring n land nren which oven those gained thew' T. TrumpWur wns found dead in rould be submittedbyto continuing the:deadlock, democratic committee, souslsting of an atjjurnment tints. most familiar with the forests of therefore nino prominent democrats of After the race wns ofer, nnd wher W lMonsin can not estimate. In fact, It hi cell nt Clinton prIon Sunday morncounty, nnd 115 patron of tbo ofllcer"- Killed at a I'anre, to seo where I scarcely an exaggeration to say that ing. The cause of his death wns heart tho settler looked around Rki'Iif.ukstativb I.isi.k bagged two Tor-rai- n nt, ho was sore, very sore. Th4 all of not them Wisconsin Is ono smold disease. Trunipbour wa tho cashier ho was PltlNi vtiiv Ky Sept 19. John pteccs ot pie the other day. Ho was at of tho Fitter County Savings bank, iiinn who had taken up a homcMcac ering furnace, so complete is tho lino and John Standard, both colored, otllce anil secured nn apfound himself located upon nWnt ai of fires which nre ravaging tlio forests it Kingston, N. V., and, with the Wcame involved in a dlfllculty at n tho printingfor Spenco Coopor, of Haict president, James K. Ostrander, was dance two tnili-- east of here. Hotn pointment apparently undesirable a patch of land Wttvecn here nnil I.flko Superior. Ho called at tho post ofilco dens could well W found In tho wholt Where they will end no ono can say, convicted of wrecking the institution. drew pistols and Wgsn firing. Tormin Green partment, ond as the result of his InterThey were sentenced in FeWuury lust wassh. t through tlw breast nnd breadth of Fuel" Sam's domain, except but unle there Is rain in Wisconsin view with Fourth Assistant Postmaster Ing possibly portion of the Amenrar within the next forty-eigh- t killed, while Standard escaped hours even to six mid a half years each In Clinton Maxwell Mrs. Malley Halley was a woman. The General desert Prairie tires had swept ''are grenter disasters than have already oc prison. TrumpWur wns 00 years old. unhurt The wos nppolnted postmistress at Hind-man- , tracts of laud aud left thou blaoV onf curred may bo exm-etcfrom the He leaves a young wife, who visited murderer made his escape. Knott county. him only last week. uninviting. tires. Thkiik is a decided change for the OrttlnsT rolntrr. H. People Tnke Itel'uge In Well. 1ittiu huh, Sept 10. -- Tho delega- worse in tho condition of William HoWrt Mll.WAt'hKK, Wis, Sept 18. Marsh-fielANCIENT COINS. Mll.ttAfKKK, Sept It). A special from tion of trench artisans nnd mechanics. Davis tho slayer of Policeman Hmbt Junction City, Dexterville. Prenho nre tlsltlng tho I'nited States on West, nt Hopkinsville. His lower Roman cotonlnl coins boro n number Mertlll says that tho Pino Iflver settle- tice, Spencer, Modford, Uhinohtndur, ment near there ous been wiped out by tiro entirely paralysed and there is no behalf of the French government, 9f banners corresponding to tho niiiii A score of buildings Stevens Point and other points with a in Pittsburgh from Washington hope of his recovery tier of the legion whoso veterans had prnlrle fires. Irldny morning and will Dax Jackson shot and Instantly killburned. Tho people saved themselves population of 1,000 to 0,000, are stiw nt 7 occupieil tho country. by descending Into well or covering rounded by tlamcn and in the greatest remain here two days The party I ed Dan Grigsby, nt Centertleld. near Tiik Indians of tho Ohio vnlley made thciuscltcs with net blanket. danger of Wing tt Iped out. Kverthing iiiiidi- op ' delegates-fronil clnsses Lagrange, the. other night Jackson coins of anthracite coal. These token Wtween H.iWock, Wood county, nnd of pre ink workmen, and Includes Iron, was arrested and is in Jail at Lagrange, Only tno Appointment. tvero nlwiiys engraved with figures Chicago, Naceday, Juneau county.on the together with hit brother Henry, ti au steel an I gl is workers carpenters opix-,-.cWaruixqtom, to indicate the value. Sept lt Grigsby was n Louisville Milwaukee nnd St Paul railway, a disand other building accomplish No limtKSK.VTATlo.N of tho face of n CumpWll wns lit tho white house again tance of twenty miles I burned. Hun- stone printers and prcvstucii nnd tough. man was over stumped on n coin until Friday, but no Ohio nominations were dreds of scattered dwellings known to Tom Hivf.nb, who killed Mnck Lear, under". after the denth of Alexander thoOrtnt, sent to the senate Tho only nomina- bo in the path of tho Haines nro doubt- blupl Dunn? their stay here Arnold near Hlvensville, eust of Hopkinsville, tion mndo by tho president Friday wae less burned. No losses of life have wan regarded ns a divinity. who the Ilelglnu vice couusol, several days ngo, und escaiHil, has been S. Huoltitio ol Clmrle Tiik inlto mentioned In tho Gospel in thnt of Dr. W arrested and Is In Jail ut F.lktou. will hate ch.irge of the party. 11clilgun, to consul to .Milan, Italy. We,n reported connection with tho willow's contribuI nun, I In a l'lrkllng tat, A New Messiah. Tiik democratic district committee ol tion to tho treasury wns a Greek copArelilent nt tlio Itiii-e- . wiit..C!nu!to, Ind., Sept 14. Mr. the tenth senatorial district, the other O.nskt Hay. Mass., Sept IS. Harry per coin weighing eighteen graius. St. Louis, Sept HI Four horse fell Ii. Folk, nt tho cninp ground of the r ranee roturnod from St Louis day, canvassed tho returns of tho reTiik first Uuropcnn colnago was Is- In tho first race nt East St Louis Fri- spiritualists Sunday, created n sensa- Alex day morning with the remain cent GrosvMlnor-Uichardso- n primary, Wedni sued by Phcldon, king of Argos, who day, Jockey F.mcry had hi skull frac- tion by the dcclnrntion that he is the brother Jesse, wt had been and declared fen Grot tlio party's h 0 coined copper and silver. The best tured and wilt die. Jockey Hclf hnd Messiah, and hns been sent to snvo the bur ci hut was found In n pickling vat nominee Ills plurality wn otllclally authors place his reign at I). C 7S3. hi arm nnd collar Wno fractured. world. Many converts among women nt a medical college. Two holes under given ns III votes and a certificate ol Mr. ltlchardtou Tiik pluco of money taken by Peter Hilly C, had his leg broken and wai are reported, He Is out of the old lino his ohm showed ho had Wen lifted election wo issued from tho mouth of tho fish in order to shot After the third nice Mia Spot of spiritualists and mediums. his grave by resurrectionists. filed notice of contest. frin pay the government poll tax was an i,0lcd Joe, it stable Wy, on the arm. 1'hs.slos Issued the other dtiyi OrigII 1'cuftit with nnie.in. Ilenvj Loss Ity n Gale. Minor of Churchill imperial., sinter oi silver worm uuuui, i iireuklnir t Sept. 14. Ono of Hie twelve inal widows, etc Chicaoo, Sept IS. The northwest iwonty-uvcoins. grand nrmy Collins, CnmiilLillsvlll". Taylor county. of HUiiiitri'k Worc. gale tvhluh atarUd In nt midnight Fri- aurt fHf wcniWr very the of the great Thr shell coins used by the Indian eye Tuonan F HicMiA.s iiininllluil sul w ho fought under IlKWilN, Sept HI. 1'rltatt) telrgrutm day blew Itself out Saturday afternoon tvero manufactured In tuoli unoimous von, died Weillletitny, iigea V oldotunr llllevll!o Hid n'her kvmiiIuii rtuelvnd In this elty from Klttimgni) Tho lost tn navigation tmusud dlreutl) Nni" l'ho ( quantities by tho Dutch at Now York man' nuino wit Giimbatw, by taking Ininliinum. The s.uusu no) years the value of the curnuov was state Hint the condition tf IVInr Ilia or Indlrfrily by tint storm Will exeeeu ind b had been a lieutenant. known in trek has Wfiima U0,0?0, rreatly depreciated. Woman Dntnl Willi J FLFTY-T- I STATE NEWS. Thousand gaga In It. lCni.rtini', liirhrstrrs. Miss., Sept WASmKOTOIt, Tho Business in the Flooded Districts the greater par Entirely Suspended. Senator Tcwh (( the repeal t Ih lowed by Seest rtomr of tho Cavrs In IVIilrh thr Terror, aialnat the bill, htrlrkrii Inhahltanta Noiixlit Krfnae irun on Saturday Saturdsy nor Moil Were fairly Clmkril IVIIh Corpar pirated early of Mrn, iVmnrn and Children. it SxMATC-Mnn- Jaf P4 time batna) .( r 75,-3- Invos-llatio- Irgls-tltlp- n terror-stricke- d h 1 yj'-p-- o Jr.- !r! t. Invest!-gstton- c hun-Ire- k ' nslt 1 1S- Mr , 1 lx-in-g d M.uitnij.duu.L.. nr.tNlUWnV7-:;W;i ji ,. jj"irtt, ..-..w i.lo"wttri-thfsvrBtter-cmTrtfrrH"- )J - - free-for-a- Com-psn- y - i nltro-glycerin- iii-l- pi . sure-foote- d d r, derao-tratl- Hio r ,-- s rinuie-Siirroiiude- ar-riv- d Kx-G- triiili-snii-- 1 ( o l'n : tl-.- wu. 1MMgagaaiSap f ii MMli swsw-i.- . ay.!fmiliitWMgy " ...at Tt'aj , Mia; 'iT '" ''''' """ " )a,-n-i- .i 1tiJtf & ,,,, s - ,ffffBFMuHHHlfMMff iUMMKtotdir V-- i 11P ROSKDALK, Artistic iP.iulogrnplicr, m Old Stand. nrnwiii niE'.V' I,AVM. ISi'piiblii'iiii Cafiinol Photo's $3.00 jpor Doz; W Visitors-nvo- j wolccjmctl. annnrffivnz GomTVVork Cunrnntcotl. 1 i&3a f rt a3KWrtKrnT "fi'lie wjntwlmwmM.ifrKA,tf-- ' Kiimimwtw.M TUB IMOTAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., iftcmocratlf I'riKim'It" i, Suibi'ciiity. n I'l'llOO a'MlsfOIII. 111 Xot JIiiouii aI ere. A Lolnp,lon Bpeolal of tho lfilli i!l has been prepared and (low McKlnloy nnd tlio Hepnb-Ilcntho Seuato iruns mo oohstmitly nayinc mil le luliodueed )K Alliro Coiinnmi In a pretty tlnit the Deinounilio party 'will .,,,,! HoiiBe KiiiiiiUiuiiMiiisly, riint "III aliout 17 .M'urtt old mid tho 1. WIS Wll.l. Ill I.N (ill 1893. FRIDAY, SUIT. disturb tlio luisliipsH of tho conn-Ii,- in a dinnhllity tiuiiAliin t Oov- of wealthy parenlB, who to 11:11110 delegates nn'instrnet n .suca:sson to wtrrtsa .j samsk) ixro Ki't'i'.cr. cinplnjes, and providing if it persint in lirlticii.K eiuiiit'iit ..., s:; i n r it riK nm' f,.rii,iiiiii.Hieei'lii'il live in lliekiiian, Uy. She wni to n cliolco fur Stiiteilonntor, nliout the lt'itiNlntivo tefoims HIM All tho eft'ecls, jjooil nnd had, '" l "" ('Mi " ,,,,p "f ,,l,,i' Tl' ,,,,l,,r ,:om'u,,Il:" t0 which the people have ' nre nullmrlicl (n announce Mr It T. in tlio counties of Hickman Mini "' M the recent louu U'fji.ilutho sess "! direetedthatil nhoul.1. napcrliiUr .101., '" the .i.fmure tav anl ot lew noma on w.m lo it jiiiuik, " of Tl.ev I11. seniluary, at ltinliinniiil, a'Hi' ' Hickman, cnunllra, iitn tint tnt r.tlt hi. Ilii rniia on him v inu unu ureal ovfrwhcliiiliiir the it lVnl'B Thei.tte .lisaster in. rir.r, u ihruiit iinup rtf KrntiKkjf ShIi uonveiniou cniied to nfsiMiune 111 " a bi bunch of the laws ennet-- i faet that all our preoont ooinuicrw lining in a 4 Hint rrr mil iliri'i'ied atieution lo tlio lVu Thursdiiy. Whtln He ncuou of ihe Dnioci.nlo Fulton on to morro.(.S u mlny), . . Jet 'o lie (;. 1 O. depot Tor ..1 .1 and .'liiamial troubles urn due milei't. en 111 tins session nave not et I 1 U;M, pnNbPil uft" hnrinonluiisb and : r- ho MeKliili Hie lull pnildei pensions for she was apiioiiched gono into effect, Buys Ihe Ft an It to leMnilnii of tI.. i II mil haudsouio mulatlo woiiimi, who ' ....'. ntlllillll ld biitil 'IMn.t ipmi 1.1 il. '.... ... i.imiiiiI w ft limit scarcely ftnt excitement. ro:i nit: 1.1. (iisi.vrciti:. fort conespondent of the Lotila-.,iu- . coiiverB.illoii. wliliont iiiteinuiliiir i ...ml, huh Benlee.'or with an ene.iij'eil her IndUeoveri'il that sho innioiinro Mr. P H.I l'nr Slato Senator, Mr. K. T. villo Times. 'Ihe woman any leuiedy lest It luiht diBturli liomniilile leenid whilo dUiililed our Situ .ml Smull I'roflti. Clinton 81, Wiiilns olJ ln.. It 0 IIAYKS. of Ifieltiini caiiiily. n. can. TjlCT, of tills COntlUvreClMldi t Under the iipv Cmistitntion, tlio p'Uletit In soe.iu way. It is In tlirouh slehness or old iifo or wih uning to KinhiiiDiiil, Va., nnd iiu up to rrircini pinion niu iilcm.in .solid instructions fram cverj pre legidlnllvo nets without an emer- this etieine of inihcrillty that tlio ' 't r disability after -- 0 jema imiiieiliiiti'ly iiiforuied her that eounlie hi ili l.iwer llmi'e ofilifnpit lgllatuee, '!J3Ct to Ike iisllon of 1)0 cinct in tlio tin co' counties so fur gency clause do not take edeet I'epublirans ate reduced. Thv nfif. Widows ami minor kIio was also hound for that place. DeinDCrntic partjr . piclcuBc Hint tho Until as the Courier is, advised, mid, until nlnetx days after tho lulloitrn- mo merely suiiiifting. Tho i ouptn uildre.i n.f oiiipliijo- Uinoii uinio Under tho tin) woman petBttnded V the mm tee of Ihe Covoriutient wiih liile nie miltiortzxl lo announce Mr. J. C. therefore, his noiriirintlon will bo tnent of the ncbs'oii at which thev b:i lepuillnled .Mr mul Mini Coinmiiii to nceiimpany her, MI'Mtlil I', of irk in an county, a n run-iT. si. ill uldo be pensioned. wete enacted. The Into I.egiBln- - his doctrines, nnd Lawn-neby ncclatifulioiiJniBooii Hick He la represent t'ultoa an hs the ?.ire passed neatly two hundred 'iil, tho i hanplon of tattu lelnim, He ii rnlb tho petiflion shall be as she hiiid, lo her homo until the lun riiitiiir. in llie l.iwer Ilnue of the Senatorial Convention n organ- bills which coutainnd defeat lit for ;overtinr i y 'i.ill tho a!.ii, or wae,ei lee.elved train united. Tho coudili'tor nt c.niliJioj if net l,'.ilil.irr III. Ihe, In enso of din- tho C. & O. train from the onst en fiil.v. ized. ? peney elntisc the uiiplow'H. wldeh Ihe apostles of high njiil!ie action of beraooralle ii'iject lo .. inmlfi.ii ... Int.. IT..,.I ....til tl... It.i.llflll Htm lint inlmil ,1... ...mt.1.. ..'. iff ill il Hll Mil Illf, Itl 1,1 il I f, hniipeiieil lo know Miss Cotiiiniin i. rnj. . M" 0.11(1 of the julmH-riAit not o ,.... QTL0iV l?vo adjourned S"i..lHf. expeute.l . v i....-.- . -i wwmmrw, k.iii r.ui.MY d 11:31 i.m i:.Min.r. llOtllieeil. TIlP CaCO w. Tr- i --j w VKu"t'. " recillCt 'UIIICIJ il.ljs. iiipro, Willi UIO IP- mil- ununrraiio vnniess will re riiene ilhiitiuiihk hi uiv limn p1 Mlfi v V that Miiiiutlilii"; whs wrona mid lso the laritl'on Democratic lines ot.t'ie juiiilent and bo reinstated A. C. tniiluder of the l.iHH) printed p:i;es We nre inihorlieJ to nnnomioc Mr. D. K iti t Ills count v liislUicteil , ran towai.la thoc.iuple. lie over. ns t.0011 nw the Shentim. win a roci.wrcil. go Into jusl litly new WILSON '4 niirCNQWARr QAnnimv nAnNtbb, cnili late for Superln-le- Brown, but 'crltb.lhls fxceplloii! ' "w tlAnUVYAilt, Fence we m 11 h:no or war, but look them in Iront of the FlioeJent of Common School for Fulton HifilideiTiitPR frn.nli'Mlin.,,,... im.'elTeet Sunday noon. Oct. 1 which has been repealed. That's its snee li.ivo wtin nl Hotel, where tlio womnii was t'oiinlj, at Ihe euiulng November cite instructed, freo to vote for whom!'9 ninety ilnj a lifter the ailjoiirn-- ciiil It won flccteil io'tlit oat.ii.i CLINTON' STHKKT, IIICK.MAN.MC Y. ... r, " ni'i'iii red July .'Inl nt! 1I11 Ihn work. 1'lin iipmitu Imiui-- ' in, mill nil mi it vi'r Ini'l e:isiln in. parading her victim. Tlio procullmr fiunoiT. in mutt lllllll V lining , incut, ,,,., i.l.o.n 1.. m, ress shriekpil when she hiiw the lust November that tho tariff wm tio. We are amlmrlteJ lo announce J A3. II Speight cmried eVPiy precinct noon. JJ)a3TjIV3DK,-J3I.FIRE 1 SAUNDKKH. (prMtiil Incumbent) m conductor run toward hci7 dashIn the list will be found many to bo reconstructed. Tliev knew exCei.l ClollllrtllUR J,c' . went. for oiro.N Mill 1: Al's. . ,..-- .. . . ca.idl.lata fjr Quiierlntamltiit of Coin. . ed into mi alley and escaped, laws which even tho Ipjjislntors also that bpforu tho new Coiijti-hav.. . in. . v nonia.qoM. iora,iiti.twcn.niyvi'ai ilia'.iriiv. nuti ,unamaaa.iinu.am.tv could pass n bill tlirr reign of terror prevails nuinng Miss Commiiti was taken to a .v. .v;e. oin-ii.(n'fmwrircMn. ii....i... enters tlio convention which forgotten they passed, nml lution bo a great deal of" troii'de lliglieat .Mntket 1'riro will bo I'alil for Itepf Cattle. hotel mid her pnrenls uotilled. now rise 'uto hiuuiflennce' would tlicrefore -: phiiileis mid gitiuers all over I tit tii r v lui and timet bo objed. They are in the country, growing out of .Mr. the to elicit any In the lend hut without Tub Demoeratio Convention of Imvl.v l North Mississippi. The White iiiforiu.it foti regaul lo the young Peiiiislvniii.i .'ins notnitiated its sulncient instrneted vole lo tioini- not na well known as the separate McKinley's measure. The Caps bao oignnlznl in nearly bill. For Instance one of crats in Uongresa can not lie .4X1) Stato ticket nnd npprovod Cleve-- , ""ll'' "l3 "ip" however, think lady above mentioned. No sue in tlio long list is entitled vented from nciiuittlng tho party every eounly mid posted notices that ho stands as second choice land's administration. family resides in or near Hickman. It m niiposishle on gins fiirbidditig the owners iiml uuoiljnlus mid 'Usury nml Intereht," mid one oftts ob.lgntlens. A ui:3or.unoN lookin? to tho jut Uolutnlins with n tiuinher of milnstrucied del section of it requires nil the bank- to distui b tho biIness tutciot of from ginning cotton until tho BnppreRsinn of the train robber egates I'ttf'liir.xr Ct.ttVi'.t.VNli had Nerionslv limn prieo reunites ten cents n pound. the t'nilii t rv to innke hiiii a suro winner. In" Inslitiitlniu nt' ilm eliiti, by national legislation was the I his is not so snre, however, mnko monthly reports of their the Sherman anl McKmley Uwsjaevpral pinners disregardpil tlio, 'o tct'tli pulled u few davs ago. subject of a lively discussion in nnd there npppits somo oxpred-sio- rates of interest, exchnngp, etc., have done. Tho condition of nf-- i notices nnd openril their eslab-- l Hh jiw swelleil and en.atio nalists tho Senate Monday. from Hickman counly toward to the governor for his and tho, fairs is a bad ns it could po$silily lishmetits for business. The tire nrkiin; l t'ii' xouiPtiiing i 'Ihe inanufaulurera of tliei .Wluto Caps promptly burned rioiM. The a very Tun rpiiiilns of Jump ICnov a Fulton count v nominee n the legislature's imfiirination. Anoth-bc- . , ., .. ... ... ill .... 1. .. ........ T1..II. 01 1110 soiniion 01 tup, situation, nm t heLr win isiiko some cnauco in 1110 COIIIltrr I:llOW nun iiiiK, ....f. ine giouuii inn warneii: soun I unu ' iliviicallv :ts well ni ... ,. J itl,,Tlllt. .TnV 1. tin iAhhiaii 'emtio CnngiPfs will liat Ilm I110.. uiciun - t J ' ItnSlU'll VNT I! I I TX VM'IP. J A THOMrXW, II. nUi'MAMV. do ..1.,. the tho tiieis that ntiotlipr attpinnt '..nlithvilUHIM UOUiiUCil V'H untied states, ami ins wire woro Hill illili IMIIitHI ,. II II 1..T. 110 Cfjfl IIMUIIIli UlllUHlT-twu'Hiv.' U. 1!I., INIM I!, J N i:itM.L'. Jr. Jii.lfe t I. reintened nt Naslnille, Tenn,, lion goes uninstrueted isevidence:55"" nuoslier will reqttiro that, tnrilr. Ihe policy was ;roelai.ifd to resitmo would bo puiiished bj TuomIii.v. at the Stato Capitol, thai Fulton county h ready and "iter October 1, all proprietors of(ui unicigo, tmin initio pmitorm death. I'lautntiou Chill Hiiro Is cinrnli twili military pomp. will remoo tho nnd in tho nominations; it was willing, if the opportunity exists, hillinrdrootns TIih IiriR spread consternation teed. If it don't cure go and gel nniup a Fulton county man. if ontno absolutely from contact elnred on every slump from 'ew ntnniig tho other giunera mid votir inonev bnol:. Ak ynnrmer. II. IIUCIIlNVN. !'' lent J J r IIONI'R NT, tt lrrit R. UAIK.. Tliu Dcinocralic parly has Iippii Frjticisico. It wns planters, who see linnucial ruin ;.,,.1lt York ANI1 It, I'sihlei J N linilM.KH, Jr. AttKKnl Clilrr it Prb.neTTfby' In power six" mouths, mid already a Fulton ntnti is nominated, tlie!"'11' lr- r rooms In wlneli futov- emphn-lze- to S.iti In 'U,1,H iiro sold. Ouo d Mr. Clevelanl's utiirrinir tli.,n, in I In, f.ij.. ,1,1 hum ... will niunes prominently canvassed ...v the Uepublicati ianic is beginning John V Cowgill, Tims. U. am fTeet the convenlenco whichhabits letter of ncceptanco mid in Ills ...,......,, they do ,..v .,... ..,, ..... i'uwgilU. Cowgdl, Hickiiiun, ICyl nnd hand if nut mntket the Oltto disappear, Duforc the yeur is son, v.. K. ' " I. 1. SwiiAne, aimi rot cotton, whilo on the other their' Wnlkor. A. C. Ilrown ol "'0 greater nnmlier of men is auusequpiii uiieranees. out there will be DenioiTutio (lore Hro's., Cavce. Ky. and K. C. Sharks. If thero were.Hi.it which prohibits barlierin tho maufacttiiers, taking adviiu. gins will be burned if they prosperity all over the laud. A. il. Ilievard, Jordnn. Ivv. fewer umiipj from this county cant011 Sunday. If it is enforced tago of tho Wilson repeal bill by tho edict of tho outlaws, luleuse i m 111. its in- tiii; 1:1.1.1111 ri. n The resumption of factories in vnssed tho prospects forn Fulton !vc,' barber alio p in tho state will Ihe House, knowing that tho sen- eveileiiient prevails In tiinn. localPlantation Chill ( 'are stops chills, nil parts of tho country Is the t ities, (low Stone has been iiiiniinee would be more favorable ue cioseit on tne wnoio ot everv ate would do likewise, ami ios-iiiiuemion ot returning eonlhleuco lllckmnu county is 0110 vote tho Sunday. The whole list is well iv tly assured that tho tariff would to by n tituuber of gin stops 'em quick, mid they never come back. If von don't believe nnd likewise disproves tho strongest in the Convention, mid worth the perusal of laymen us bo ipvlsttil and lowered, are re- owners for protection. it, try it. If it don't stop 'em ask publican assertion that it whs tho the result, of course, depends tip. well ns lawyers. opening their mills ami are mal,iug 'wiirxiN TiUmvii fissr.n. for .your money back jnu'll got il. tariff reform Hint caused tho on the favor of some of tho Fiist mid foremost iitnong n'l eieiy ireparatinu to meet Iirge demand. Apppul Aiiilmiclic. !pitefrom that county to a Fill- - thefe now Inws, which go into Ilusiiipss does not stop In iti Piieo filhi. Sold by October 1. is the sepirule France nml Sism nro still n,nar-- ,0" l"i'"- . . rate of renew pi activity. People Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickman, ICy JKroo C'oliuio. ciacli bill, with tho provisions of . t. If " OVTV'Sl . Mrt T. T. Sivaine. " reiiing. 1 lie lormer is restive unhave about concluded that the 'IJll". (lore llroV, O.nrp, Ivy. der tho charge that she was ufraltli 9iinucrt:tli rrltiniry Mee- which the people nro already facurrency is good enough for nil llice A. Pierre, miliar. Its execution will chiihb A. K. HrctHrd, Jordan, Ivy. of Englnnil, whilo Hie latter Iimsi ting. iitV'ii contracts, considerable change in tho mil- - the member of tho Kxecntite enough by iiml will ho kept good tnken courage because of Knglisn the umiou. Tim rough romi coacnes run a in. .ir.ui, tins state; the Committee for Tennessee, un liniuii'liil weather showed that (ii.r support. Thcre may bo some rnnciscT no. 5. vr jj ir f 1" wfxfrsP f XT " ot white ami pointed yet. Tti obedienco to tho cnil of Hie iioMiiuio separation at Chicago August 15. has iiniiigii iiiere tiny no iiitierenei-s- ; -i iMhe i:,rrlooking Id (h tnir Nni o'iriicolored passengers, mid the manurn ScUn of No mnttcr whether cotton Democratic Senatorial Commit (ee tier in winch tho diflerent roads " l" "" i'ep'o 01 1110 OT OpllllOIIS US to metallic slatlll mini; rritrf. bilng o or 10 cents n pound the a iiuinber of Democrats, of '"pernoiMll liter eliiien l will proceed to carry out its reqiiestrngnll who beLeyc nrds there is 110 danger of n bad diri-iljmi . Inc'eir legtil motipy. inlfin. III people of this country must dig ITIC'ICMA-N"... n Imifl senro ,.,. No. 5, assembled nt City villous, will bo of interest when in the free coioagp of both gold i"(T.t.lo nieur to Im ,,, ;, An. , a faunt half million dollars a 'day out of tho wirk is actually bogun. and 'silver to meet in their re- are as fittilo ns efforts to keep up it 1. Tery ,.. tho ground for the pension grab- Hull, at 'J o'clock, on Snturdny .iurinC nm, tike i!i... ih,i the rrrit nil.,,,. v.u.i.j n.nio ..1,1 ..!.... i JUIM II. IOIII.II.I., V If, .'I. bers, bosldes supporting thpm- lust, for tho purposo of selecting OI'KMVIi or run mis. nil TI.U, lift I. T""."" 21. mid nnss resolutions t:urreiit!V scare .Mauufaoturcrn tiriiitxt of 'Tin ... fr, wwm J., !.. iii:itnKi:i: October nP. Jcmnntii all er. bpIvps, their families mid their delegates to intend ,..-. liillll-l-l l"'"' n.'.,. n,.,. mills with o tlio '"1' ,,'ll',,,1'e ' '""f' L .! ,ni-i- i !0 Mritir. Convention " r unulit ot' nijiirriiiiij; is Hie couotrv to ca'eh up " !.". government. Ito bo held nt Fulton 011 ''3d Inst.. Tho spectacle resentntlves In Congress m voto (lemidsoon.uniptio.,. Ooods lZVti of 73,000 people it SU.VATOK rp Ll.YDHAV mailo (lo iiiorroir). Ir. iioinliiAlVrnn.ll. rniitl Itio 9 t tUlUlPll. -- uri IS arO'lr r.rfr in.l li W..I. n. m.;. niiiMK unu inu corriif.-vppeecn in ravor orttio bill repeal- - ,ites for State Senator nnd lippleiiiiatinm nn H'lll?Sllld. Kclnil stores nre llllSV., . Oiilr !),. at a signal given nt noon S.ilnnlny coupled with to re and wholesale houses are filling' Illlll lliuIt nfnVlir. imbrpMi.tliU lljlltr in( uermisinu ing thu bullion puiclinco act. It' ill iln Yr. M1,1 ' HIOKBTAXT, irEISTTUOKlT. in a wild chase and seratuhle, In urn to tlio coinage net repcab was strong, brillianr mid persua-- i llie nut few iimniln Sto J In jour nifc bitrtrer orders ,ii ilnv. The meeting was called to order which pl136lc.1l speed is tho eripilurt hI once Rilr oorr rn I in 1373. sivo. nnd was listened to with Can Baji 1 mJBb aO 5 aa. (apilalis ns ttoxions to get one yrar to the enilr of Clnl, of fmir nre marked attention, Senator Lind- by Fsq.J. W .Mayes, Chairman, employ ment as it was card for Iioiups and town I'mriiniv i:oiwir.i:s. say ranks well up among the lead- and James C. Woarn was elected two mouth ago to stay in tho i.7pr-y.X-. t.V sites is n uniquo and impressive ing debaters of tho Senate. Tlio latest sugeste.l use for ck mite-Tlio Itfjnbile, 8u Uul. Secretary. Caiutal is tho nonrest Club. occurrence. In no country but tho . It is now thought tho Introducboliclls your bitsiiiess. Wo offer tho most Liberal Arromiiiodtioiiii The following gentlemen were United States nro tho conditions trtcity is tlio prevention oi tri n thing on enrth when nobody vnni D n coining out becntiso it ..imve loumie.i suci. , oviivajj cars " j fir tiin iiht tion of the bill to repeal tho fed- e.ecte.i iieiegaies, nml lo our OuMoinoiB CoiiciBtciit with I.sliiblialu-",' .:'.. 7. nnthnnzcl "" im coniu Is your IIH worth 50 cents I eral election law was ill mhised. Hanking l'linelples. "" - ." . V"B.'0 'n conli not stay in i n" "ccnrrcnce. llio "strip" is a numb Chill: Au'tie: w.ttimit ...i.wi., It is belipvoil it will trammel the lo cast tho voto of this precinct con.parai.vo wi iierness In lie -- ' 4"..-rsChill; Death. This is tho evulu-' """"'"r cndpiit passage of tho repeal bill of the in said Convention: TIioh. Dillo Lr ., hznt nn. nml 1 n nn lie electrocuted, buiu'riii in list of c ... . 1...1... i.m.. sensn , ir.i.to win """ ",,,w Sherman net, nnd it is thonght the jr; W. I tailor, if. i.rynnt, natnrnl that the ever lam inucr.v 1 oung, of Ciiattinooir.t Llcctnc tin,. "' a,n ,, 1., ,i, uiiiu. ..n in, ., m' .. iii iiiiivi ui ttru'Pi mill iiiu nia ' m'm" supporters or nilvocntes of Hio,Tlio8. Dillon sr : It. .Moore. Al wluto lunn should bo rend.v " nt ratlwav. is the inventor. A sun i::iii ...... ,,.n iiiiiiiiiiuii nhin nun. viii .. ,.,.,,,.. .., C UALTZKU. R IW.KK, .1. W. I'OW KM,, K.H. 1JKKV AKD , , ... .1 innii iiiu-hiierniun act nre responsible for It ternate, Unfits Dodds. !.,.... ' ",u """" l" J" " : ' "' uvnauio .u to ,no placed in each ear is suu.irelv viiiibiiiiii". iinimieiico you nothing. ,tn it by ,rin r.. A. A. FA IMS, W. A SIIL'IK, J. W. (.OW(i ILL. on its feet "... it. That how. nako St. LnuU Sold utilize oi It is stated on pood Authority It wns moved nnd sccotnleil that n.,.lfinally blossom like thoII.rose'' connected with tie rioon ...ni the' "ll'uu- Cowgill k Cowgill, Hickman, Ky ,t... ..,that Hie tide of migratory people tl0 delegates bo Inatriieted to it ti. " T. T. Hwaiiie, cannot bo dnttbtod but it lliay bO Inrirn innn,l. In l.nl.l .. ....... m.,1 . 'll,iu .11 im-- i , 1)....! miuii '! I!..- - .. .1. ..!.!. . ii ' "in for sii, s(lore Uro's., Cayco. ICy. lvh?1,,0?.1,.!,"! also Bind that ho wilt have lo sub- ...III l. irurtr . ' .. ri'iioris . il A. Ii. llreMird, Jordan, Ivy. or first, last nnd nil the timo. mit to a long fliege of iuennvpu- Mm in- iii mcci, iini! i wmi muuir, iiiecorn crop in a nan condition m For every Immigrant that Innds on -i nearly nil uf'tlie western states, and Icnces. discomforts ami tribula- wttii a perforated bottom for Motion carried unnnimonsly. thebo shores nt pipsent two endWhen a nicwnger m tike" u rather gloomy view ol the grants take their departure. The, It was moved and secouded that tions, social. Iolitical nnd physi- cultation. lie ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. It. steps into tlio sticl general situation. hard times hjivo driven thousands ,IC delegates go nnlnstructed for cal, mid tho piiterpriso will not tlireutcnod prove much ot a bonanza to hard box, turns on tlio electric current, A widower nt Kenton, Tenn., nnn.m.r.nlnrr .lAmimr. .rr TDonlor r....l UOprPSeiltati VP. Motion Climed ' ly any one. It soems very llnttpr- - and when tho robber touches the who is very particular about his Til (IIKVlii, a.s;i nn: looking only nt one side, how- wife tho deadly current docs (lie n ashing lately wrote n noto to his It was moved that in case any '"K ed. over, rpi... uiieroueo Stiln Is a rest. DPiUOR, washer woman and ouo to his TI WINKS What the States contiguous to of tho delegates fulled to at tend considerable body ol land. It Is. fn lilr.i ai. hl, l'w sweetheart, mid by stranco fatal rrtiun l III ..n nl. fr.nn 1'nllnn .,! to ciillnu- -' MUDICINKS, Hie Convention, Hint the delegates bounded on tho .f lh. t imllii. tho Missisbippi Uiver ought to do T,,e tnrllT war between Orr-o- iiy ho put north by ICiiiisoh AND tho wrong address on' llly lllllllli, i lil inrlmii., k.m.I lu r.nrn Borne day, says tho St, Louis attendance be empowered to the east by the Cherokee Nn- ninny nnd Uussin will forco the o.inli .i, ..!,. .... ....,!..... ""'" " " '"" ,'uir in.l Hi, r.nlr.l STATIONIHtY, public, is to elect a immher of cast the full vote of this precinct tion,nml nn tho snuth by Oklnho- former country to buy enormous ..,.., i", viw.vi hiiii pmii, llll'lll nil, llonla II lit urilr Q U O U 3 it in.uo u riverside Congressmen. There for Senator nnd Keprcsctitntive. ma and Creek Country and on tho' quantities of grain In this country. The washer woman was woll pleasniK.sotrii IANCYC.0OD8 ir!iWij5W?"lLH'i W.'&v wmi nn uiviiaiinn, to taKO .. . .. . . nunt 1X I ulthuut imnfrrtr Ut( should bo n bolder, more insistent ., . .. .1 FOR wr it iintivt.r ...,. 111r vn.. .i.i. ".sii .ii. urn iiuni iiv fll unu 1110 VOttllg ' ur ia lull ,lw ul ili SLNDUIHS, I rSr7 irG fltf( ULjBe 1 "i"- - .mi."" mi nml persistent demand for the im- Motion carried. -Land. ,i It contains S.l Il.OSJaereH. York has been nainod by tho Pros- - lady iinvi liny,Ifitiu Wlfll you ttiuiblo tin mv read: provement of these mighty waters. i There being no further business, A belter idea of its area mny how i,iL.t to EXPOSITION BUILDINGS MKDICAL PAINTS, succoed tho Into Jus- shirt bosom nny more, you did The riiors me tho natural free tho meeting adjourned. over, be 'formed by considering, Hcq Uiaicl.rord on tho Supreme last tiii,- -, I will go ns l I Ullk. soniowl.Pre," OILS, highways of commerce, mid the USF. l be"HlJ. V. MAYES, Chiii'n. ndn' 1 f fnf navigability of tho Mississippi !! "!r: .? never p -- ! '".-" "Rogulai' ........ ...., . J. C. Wkaun, Sec'y. biio would rl OllClllfc IU llllil PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECfALTY. nnd .Missouri is a matter of NaIn.l lot Wt)V. J II.I.'.tAN H Honor IW IS again. rnniitrv Ih ruthoi- l,pi,L-at wUI' h'Rfl ","1 ,l,"H tional import. well watered nml ferlilo nnd tho' ,1"i; "," l'RKOINCT NO. 0. (Uoril't rlr Kentucky Ins, say.s tlio n earns nre skirted with vnr!-- ' '"f"'0" every day, if wo nro to IM.Imk. Old Virginny and Ivniutttck, The Democrats of Precinct No. the tone of tho South oticB of fine timbor. Tlio people Tribune, a national reptitntion t'orfurlh.r pirlirnUr,. Ilck.n, f le r) n r says the St. Louis Kepublic, nre (5 West Illclcmnn met in the who havo gone into this land of Carolina pajicrs. for cutting nml shootine- seraons ail.lr'M "'ir l.al il uvl t ' II l tlrlfl among tho lenders in the curII lllNSDS.fl I' l rhl'llo tS'nl Court House, nnd wus called to promise are uuinorotis enough to1 Am. reports to tho ronlrnry in rency debate. Any mixious ... .. luniiiy iciiiis. uny nv . tjnv who wishes to learn what there order by U.S. Murroll, temporary plnco one person on every Jiotno- notwithstanding Vico Piesideni nay grow more numerous ami nre Prepare yourself for the coming sleml in It and 1,500 in nno town! Stevenson can he said to bo in becoming a notorious disgraco to .is before tli3 Senate can got it nil. Chairman. j t was elect- in each county. Tho idea of n perfect accord wlili Mr. Cleveland tho summer by demising your system Kte,n i HpUmllJ Slook of the ttrj litil nn!iei In two Bpoeches those of Daniel Hon. Joshua Nnjlor, rand old commonwealth. At nnd purlfilng your blood with of slf kind, of State in tprritorinl nroa being nnd Lindsay. And ho mav be ed the silver question. :jiictuci, festivals, pcrmauoiit Chairman, and Ii. T. lllt.ll in nnn fl'if la Irnli. . t.ll.t.. Plantation Sarnaparilln and Iodide ruro that neither of the speoclies iiil.iri..iin..nrA,.nn.i HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &c, ............ nm .. (inn .... -- i "..'?. ..T. World's Fair oflicials havo in fact, at almost every sort of a of PotiiBh. Prieo ."Outs and ?! 1.00 was nrp nnrou lor nitrnose nj.' Davis, Secretary. fiii ijiiiii it;t t . V motion was tn.ldounil second its uiiboumled activity, nggres not vet deidnd tho exteiiaion of gathering there ia trouble in tlio per botllo. Hold by misinformation. Daniel mid Liml tlio "Exposition until Jauuarv I. tough clement, which usually inniilch r olfcrtJ at ONE 1'IUCF., nj LI Ilia Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickman, Ivy ay do not quito ngroo, mid to- ed that the deleg'ates to bo sent siveness mid enternnse. Poor hm..... i.. t ii. T. T. Swayno. '" l!,IK ... reuuciiig aummy trudes upon well behnved nnd " gether they haiuj coveted the to the Convention to bo held nt Lo now takes a further sent ii)ti:it. 1"".t . rerr lowed Hie roarkil JuilUti. (loro Ilro's,, Cayco, Ky. I'lmt ...,. Inn m.,r.l tisj unn.. niiui IMr I... UIIIIBBIOIIB 10 'J CClllB. Btibject. citizens, and bloodshed niMiu ''! iiiiini toI.,. tho iuexornlilo Tun Democratic loadorri In tho and murder is too IVenuuntly Fulloii on Hie L'.'M inst. bo instruct- in obodienco A. I', llrevntd, Jordan, Ky. All go'li gu.rnnletil lo t rpreienti the re PllBSIDBNT CLRVKr.AND'H ed to vote for U. T. Tyler for march of civilization nnd he must House wero forced to rosort to sult. Sovprc punishment seems to towards the negro is receiv- Stato S Senator. Moliou carried he as best ho can nssltnilatcil into tho party Irish to get members have no cllect in tlio way of VailOy ing much co lent ninong the sk, our political life. into lino for an action on tlio formation, and if nllairs coiitinuc colored liomocrats and tho color- unaiiimously. JliMlulfrl jllj t'v) Tucker bill, this week. ed peoplo generally. Mr. Cleveas they arc it will not ln long until Motion inndontiilBPcondod Hint T man who offers ngninst Tin; instill objection raised to an Kentucky will havo 1110 for two LOUISVILLE, land has gone further than any delegates bo Bent uniiistructcil for Tfiu Hilly Breckinridge for Congress in income tux is Hint It ticcosBilntcH more pcniteutiuiics. other President in recognizing KVAN3VILLE, tho colored men. Tho Ilavtien Uepresentativp. Motion carried. the Bluegrnss district, in view of !nn iinnortinent serntinv nf ili ,.ri CINCINNATI, On motion the Chnirmnn tip- - tho Pollard Bcandal. snvs tho Lou-- ' vato business of the nnd Liberlao Mi!oi)n havo iif.. 0...1 C.illilreii llko lo f ult i) v. C.r. INK ALt. roiMn , Seville Commerciiil, will hiivi. to lm the spy system would bo an mills-& toforo bi'Pti filled by colorod men, poinlpd J. W. Cowgill. A. W. mil I'lirc," tin, it.4. JS5 ''cuckoo," us tho sinnll boy iicnsnlilo'iinnuiiil.iffo of It. nut unci 1,'iiiiranUiMl ):) fop m rJ53 but Mr. Cleveland has gnno much R. S. Mttrrell and U. T. ..,, II ' " .! lnii.n,ilil ...I II Ague and .tiuliu-lii- . ; further this year nml has recently US flnlnmiln. n ,!. n " ....,. nil,"." "III) II tfuiwhotlier l " "" , ?, . ',:,,K.Sote,"',cr ,rc!,ort f'f."' I'rlco 50 els. " " vmn nntlnn " US lore's DEALERS IX appointed 0. II. K. Tailor Miniso, tale y 0. A. IIolcomdk, Druirglit. MKMPIIIH, ter to Bolivia, ami also give one til ton, nnd (len. L. Oarnontcr, M. in that section who has H.o nervo, "'""iiieni Agr.cui 'tin. inmca-t' VICK8UUI10, tlio 'open the jack pot" In. he racoJ1,;: l of tho best French consulate to . Shaw, J. F. Iloystor nnd 0. 0. NHWOllLKANS, Havo you tried Plnntntlon Liver ,cot,n"' U(,,r" searching lights of tli.it noble ' "' ,f At wood, a colorod Domocrut. Smith, mid all other good Demo- ASH ALt rillNTH ,V0,TiC ',,,ri!,ffI Al,K"i ,lll Pills for habitual constipation! peoplo will bo turned on ni.d tliei?"' w IllSrilKSBXTATIVK I,. im? n,B They aro poi foully tlolightfnl nml Caldwell. cr,,t'' fro,n "'precinct tlntt may question. -- Dlil 30a ever do 1, ,y-- ' ,,a l,,01 "MeHpreiHl nf Ohio, introduced a bill in the, ho in nttPiidnncp. roken 1.,, dry spell in ninny a Biire cure. Pnco L'oo. Sold by thing ns bad ns Billy!" will be put. Houso last week giving the United On motion tho inoetinp; ml- ....lien I net" ' rro inn n niui , ha. sections, but too Into in l..,..iu ; " I uhv C(7)vgTn As Cowgill, Hickman, Ivy far. louis, i' r." Stato courts concurrent inrisilin.i loornp.i. private neisoiinl. record; if there's tho tobacco nml com crops. " T. T. flwn.viio, CAII10, onii over rain wreoKera on rojils Joshua Naylor. Ohm'n. out) iota ot lemiiiiuity on tho glim JtDar. Victor Ksrori.ww, was CIIIL'AOO Ooro Brn'n., Cayop, Ky. riigngrn . 1 inierstnto commerce. , , UCU VT tra oDertnz lt meting nhadowR of that man's by- shot to death in his court-rooVNI AM. A. Ii. Brevard, Jordan, Ky. j. irrle of PIMn. Modtnm nnrl Flno Furniture. l itreiitlr rerttif et rrleet. W Tho bill iiinkos the wrecker of a earrj a fu lino it all tlmeanf Chnlra. Rookoru, Tnblos, Duronuo, WoHhetonrln, gones then there'll be light turned near New Orleans, Friday hit, by 1ST ov Hi train whoso net rosulls in the MR. Carutii has introilucoil n on and a gnashing of Wnrdrobou, Chamber Sots, NlnttroBaob, Gprlii8SEto . wiJ wogutrniieajiuf "Wo prlcM to bo til lowum Ulte u a Innl Knil Iw mnvlnceit. Pain in Stomach and Bnwnls, tlenth of person or persons guiltj bill in congroBs which providos Thoy're nil on tho qui teeth, etc. n negro whom he was trying for vivo for CoanectlnR l MempliN with through n trivial Posses wero Purging, Cramps, Ruuiinor Com ollense. nWaiirebea1iiuirtoroa Unttortnkors' Qaoclei mt itlioounl all aoai;itltloa In Ibli of murder, uml makes uny person that no pensioner In lamb. Billy has Buffered, it seems, Irtlnn in fill Kjlnti In lln thesorvico of Wo oarrr largo Una ol Wooden anil UuUIUolluriat liw.a. plaint mid other diseases of tho guilty of nilsplaciiiiig iihwUcIi, organized to hunt down the tho United States sliall bo entitled nml if 0110 of those , ARKANSAS AND TKXA3. nrSrsatrlna and Job Wutk a antclalUr. signal light, or doing to draw a peitBion for any period of elegant political gommen" nnd threw of fijis brother, Stomach and Bowels cannot exist of tho when Plnntntlon Dlarrliiiia any not with intent to rob or mini uiiriiig wiirou no (s Rales, Tickets, nml nil lnforDilion will to or sunn Bliiogrufio sn ill's tho air. us if ready who would not lull whero the It'sgunruntond. Sold furnUheil on nprliotllon lo your nenr- injtira persons or pinportv, sub. bo entitled to tho full ,y was concealed . were lynched to mnko a start, he'd better think or TH35 ct ticket Ajjent. jout on conviction to imprison-moo- t whleh an nblo bmliutl person of nil tho hnppoiiings in tho days by tlio infuriated molyiuil nnothcr by Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickman Ky L. F. DAY, " T. II. LYNCH, " T. T. flwnyno, nt hard labor from one to disnhargiiig llko duties to whon ho wnB young, or old for negro was kicked to death. Tlio tlio TratTio M'gr. floro Bio's,, Cayco, Ky. twenty Venn. Au'l (len. Pam. Ag't. Is allowed bj law. Hint matter. murderer is still nt large. A. P.. Broviird, Jordan, Ky. l.OUIBVILLE, KY. Tlio Democratic precinct hold fcjaturdi) Inst in Hick-inniFallon nml Graves couiilles 1 rui: m.m:ty i limit hsi'ium iter, isr, ami jiny m:w f Jra 1 ilMij-htc- r itting nn: I V I 7" .ajtiiM. I " '1 I - . I mi-:- 1 1 11 J I.- - MniiB-xQu- IcV 1 ' - , - i J I ll e I I ' ctiier-.wll- l 1 - - - n fr 'J - 1 f .- - i - ! I lu-ts- h' o Ermnflrtflff wvnnviyi til, B - 1 biie-Iness-. I . '. 1.- - 1 111 11 W..-1W- . ?- .' , Sr - Ileum-coac- h 111 pro-thoa- o MMm ffiMJIUm' OTWIAL lldiK, - 111111 11 11 . ic-ii- .,.. . r . ...... ! I -- . 11 I I .... , .. CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIREOTOHS. l - i , j do-t- o , - - . ,,, OFFTOBRS Vler-T- rf , - ci l IIC Si M AN WAGON CO.," 1 bi-.i- 1 e- - dele-Jinnl- 11 ef-e- n 1 for - !-- -' . VrJ 1 iTinl . 111 m s) j Pie-cin- pro-.Stnl- "" .... -- WAGK) N r I I. ...,.. - ,,,, ill.xl. I ,, ICF.XTUCKV. - rie-vv,t- 1 11 -- 1. 1 1 11 Hi-- - , 11 'rlti7f.'-j1p-rrtip"- tZVCtfX":: ! ?' ''''? ... IOSMAN U HAS 2S MMC. 11 I I r , win-nin- g ... ... I . Capital $40,000.00. ,9-- .. ""!? i. 1 .. ,.....,' .' ! ,,., 1 it-,- l,.nr 1 Cont-estiv- e . - . 1 ... i .. 111 r 11 ..,...;..,;.'' ti .i. " . 1 """ai a. DIHiBCTOR - c! - i r - 1 . , !.- "-- "'- ! I - 0- X j ' ' icr:LCi:i i . - nuns I :f. SWAYffS R IX QQIST And in Jt-is'.- Ue-ii- n - - n- - - . iL-xii- ' "'" - .n P-- n ni.,. - KMtnMmkR '.Hiif paPfTwimiS; il - "ff' - te .l - . "" "-- m 1 J'1",''n Uen-to- mm m wi Utinn-Mll- Stops , wr ) - A . citi-io- n 1 "OLD UBIilABLEI" poo-Io- n camp-meeting- s, - K1 i ' . law-nbidii- ig ntti-tud- e ro..loSippi (N.w-,n s..i Dsi. DFLcojEizie: FURNITURE. Specialty TYLER, FURNITURE. TJiifl-say- a Cc-riiil- ..!' j. STEPHENS I- o o K'";' BUl 1 con-Th- .... - "j in:. Furniture and Uiidertaltcr'sCJoods, - 1 111 .. ,.-- Pol.-O- and si. 11 "high-lipadod- 111111'-tlcr- buir-tler- cr Bnl-ar- y BBING Il JOB WORE TO gov-ernme- COURIER - - OFFICE. ' v mgmm, ,.?JJ)i.tHMraa3MBtriiaBf v I ' ' 1, , II1"'1 ""'."! " "." ' .'"I1" 'vf'I'''H',B',-"wTWfitw- T Fruit CC. Miiisoi.'s .Sai-H'..-- . FfmH Gouts por rioxcn. Jars ' ! Mason's Quart Jars Tocts por loz, Jars 81.00 do',. Mason's dlobe HalCGallon Jars Sl.Sfxloz. Pint Jars J Wssssssmssss JLIETTIBIR,.. w" l . s , , ., r tiMF -.. j ii i .. . bsmhisoshcb. Nd 'l ""! ry utrA a ,uarrtft a tttfj by the lit .A- - irali-Uallo- n Tin Quart Cans, 20 Jelly (j lassos, &c, &c, TO- - w. Ssl 1 uffffies I Saddles I Harness t have (lit inmt complete nml carefully selected line (if BUGG-1- HARN2SSS ASTD SADDLES In Hickman. Alio, h full lino of Undies, Collars Collar I'luls, Chock Linns, llrrculiing, Hames, Tr.ucs, Ac. ,. u 0.0 llitrne-A good ct of Buggy A good Stddlo .- -'. Hiding Hrtillra 'JJ - J" lw lllinil Bridles Collar Inila If you want n good Huggy, wo mo lioloro !' Sfi oft Ini)1. t St. Louts, Mo., Sept. 19, 1893. Grco. WAiuiEff, Hickman, Ky., Dear Sir: Please tell the readers of the Couituut Hint we are now in market purchasing Kail (oo(ls, and will have our new Slock all in and opened up for display next week, Never before in our experience haw we seen goods as cheap as at present. The panic struck the wholesale men with full force, and they are extremely anxious to sell. As a consequence, we are buying goods in every line, Dry Goods, Clothing Shoes, Hats and Furnishing (jloods, at oiw own prices. We will make some very interesting prices nexl week. Yours truly, SMITH, ELLISON & CO. In the fill of 1871, niyielf Mul Itfiur three ollifr bn)a made up a parly (a (MP mill lninl llj roil tt the wlnieroter in the "NlfEcr Wnol Swoop.1', In MleaOiirf. ' had gone Ihlo camp, Mill llilnn f nt on all rlplil for I lie Dial I lirre or four weaka, until noma of in Logan lo prl enough of camp life, an I Hip ntaiher gelling mora dlaagrrcable nml col I wai lint eo plenum) nml, cm ' P'l'ten' r . ahcr on inmieeeafnl if.imp nml luml W. ntro liililrlo Mrrolf pel out of liiimnf or n lliila mtl. hIiiI inv hi 41 fricntl .1 Inr ' ,lit rnnn ' A4 lif mole ftiiilllnrly known), ta on ' nur reiuin eauip on Ilia ptiniiig ol Miliar hnil ilnv, nlirn iiiirnllon cam. un tieiwrrn us in roarl lo aoma r rn nil mm irr nnil in a nhori limp s vittr ilipiillli2 ami con t r"lictlnii encli oilier nml tiuolli mm T v rtfTTfi s . !' . Alio, SuecfMor lo J mm. J"wr-It. Kfiopr, Id ii iii i ii niinmiimiMUTi - IjooIvS, A full line Static nciy, &c, of Ot'TICAt. GOObB. Ii;t 5S?iit . initccd i I cut hla if I I. beitijj l lit mimilaai J ilia lie lie 'e nml miick-lampprr- 52S" KuWjmhhI iC xjrrnrr: svz rj , An pxiMimlon "ill ho tun from When your hhoes oquoak u to lllckiniin nml uitcnnfillntt' ioinli I Sarrrtart it llliflu lire. I N., O. & Kt. h. l. It. on tlio NiiNlnlllt'. Olittnn..Ci, iVanlioeiiiakiTHnil have lnm nut n i.r') Minnie r St. Louid llmlroiiil I" KlIlloi,,p.riH ihu iniiMloorUio mlu tint i m TmiM Vu M. 1 h TiH Nn Ii, j ThI v next Jlmriiilnylhfit.."f. Ti.'n N.i M. liur Ilnl " I ii i there nill be no more limit .ro- Thia rotil mik.a alwr cannrrllon whli A Oeorclu etlllor, ilPHrnlilnc clamsitioim. Another tliinir. wlien llip L k N at lrKeU falng nnrli, anJ Junr-ll- n oft wild Hi. N N .V XI V ' liN lolt to the WoiIiI'm Kitir. Mj:'yoii liuy n jnir of new shoes mid C Womo --' Yoa U, ,rA dln nnr'li in I ill. Nal tn Fire, Life, Accident, "Ohlenjio inn tireitt elty, nml linn they liort von jittt Mater in tlietn fol'if mm Hi hpen votiilerfully liiiproyil ct jt Vcmaiii for u ininnt.', nml ColutiiluiH iIIsoon ereil It j llie )K)r it ()1It a( ;, yop !,,,, Tornado, &c iNKVVS. M0U3C Sl0C6 & 1ST KfcJXS close of it lon jrupr Imrn or hurt niter that yon ean sny At the ly a ruther who hail prnynil-- for n Ulils is wtoiij;. The water takei all ' I.k. I'oli.ins, I'rea'l. I'atli- tlio nnliirtil heat out of the leather Itrnil Hit. Uli 4c i:ilUon't) letter poor fniiillv, liln hoii khIiI: J N llAWKias, See'y. II I lint! s iniueh whe.it ui mi 7siil As;;1.: ci Cospiniu Isprmsiii to the Coi'rler. COmfurluble. l)ajOS tl0 i'i. Intve, I vroulil uiiBWur nml prnter Onr miMclinutri nro rccclxlng iiiyni'll." Laundry and Hjo Work; Agency, WASAMAlvIitt & MKOWN, llit'lr Heir full KotN. $2UhlHW,0lWM, the l.irjjoM (31 o t li In tr IIouap In il e! Mr. It. Iv. Millet, cllr In n- - I'nltetl Stiiten. M. Leave your bundles at Sanders l'oreiaiit;Ii nlrciM will lo In Kiiukm:, A't, flmtnor, hits lieen luting the ihu Iliekintm, nilil, li In' t He. J in 7 Vc; Jae giino If & Nice's, ngents for nnr Iiundry C.ilro on tint liTth. i. l.l.t uf lilt, fill Ii!h lt0i)L OKF1CK OVBlt IIIOKMAlf tlANifj we ill In't ! one ut tuo nest. uoiinrF, i;c; ia Jim liirtnrr,a .ty I ho rpcoiit rnliiH Under iho nevr ehnrter the nssemi Iliwinany iriiredl.a necnr umlcraucti Cllfls, le: SIliltH, 10c. Li'Mit Silk 'p sja,i ,v yonr town 1Pas kMKTtJCKV, men imogioe they , WOoleil DreSS Goods mid IiroKMAN. circ.iin. ai.ee. ! l,e will ilo lute corn inuuli good. inet.t iiiiiM he iniiiln In Sc:itemtier more (,an ( si,npy build up jour arc tuol at cue i oihtr. WWlYMvi, r'SS-VVf- t fflACMiCMa ClotliiiiK dyed thuke shades nml ow, jnjivi,ua l,slne, Intcre-t- s U'V. Now Ion. of thU rily, liiMeuil of l'eliniiiiy. vrtrtit at a tinie HICKMAN HOTEL, Ono towliout on the Miss's and beautify ami improve your nslilng in a luvlvnlnl Dronilrn " L- -. hint week. nlppl, in u uooil Hlnjjrt of wnier. reaidenep. l't menu bpiiicut liomo shipment1 BESTAUSAMP, LUNCH COUNTEfl- Just received n fresh The man who observed that p"" I,,KC ,nM" ol' '""" '" first, Out not to lio Union Cl'y linit ninrl-Mlllor OyBters, which will bo deliver. t,e a,.,,c rjveis genenillv ran to w 'rr.Mni: 10.00(1 iimm ; , n ., wjtlill j Every our- - The best School Mines in the world for llojs and C.irly ,n out of fou r saint's of bull ' three etllree n, nny pari or the eUy. nf m.t Ii)rg c;,i(s )as now'(i.covel . allCounler open day nml ntf lit iitutt a I'i'""" that woubl ro v ', o( -,our fvMowi pair guaranteed For rale only at Inst U'fW. Wm. F.GiEK. jPj,,at houra. 9 22 nn I Idlnj J3.00rf 'ntilre .(! trnliiH of iy curs etioli. ..,.j fll, ,llrnilin,i:n- rir,,.tnnros. iiien who do the largest week. Day lioard $2 CO er weeki JltaH " board l'len Itrnwilrr wn. nrntrlfil 'btiaines? generally have the largest 23 ceala. lodging '25 rehla. T, """"". -- Kid. II row ti Ooilwiu, of the It nirnns to l'o to work and hllm- crfSs to !l lldtlo llt'iulry, nt Fulton, Messrs Smith, Llltson, & Co,. atUertisuincntH in ilie paper. Some EUOKNK Urrs, Jiananar. ChrlKiian ehnroli. will rotnuienee, atc every letjitimaleenturprc by lost Monthly the popular dry goods merchants, mcrchanta trv u aerie of ineetlups nt Ml. Her- cntt ' bglt ctc ,,,,,.,11 ,l0' rrjc,Hv eneouratre- -- Mm. SiioII, n holy cvmiuplint, MMMiirn On the J tt Ii inst nro now in St. Louis lning in nn On TliurBilay morning of lael he be t atlverti.ement in he moti, G inllrs east ol HleKiunn. on nienl vou ean, or by iinitinji votir 'lin liri'ii holilltiK n acrlrs of mct't-Ing- Dresileii rond, week tho building in which tlio Mr. !3yivf.ier naMnou to mxs. immense Hock of goods. Tlte wrlrt is the newspaper; tlim has niKht, DR. L: P. BALT2ER, pntillo can rest nssnred that tl.ev imlit'.try, inllutnce and cnptinl in ItnptiM tilemier and Graphic were Lucy A. Arnold. nl I'nlliiii. lusintetl by KM. .1. II; ltoiillute the common caue. Cultiva'e i piiblihlied, in Fulton, whb deslroT-chavoan cyo singlo to wants 0f ,w cnuoetloil bythc most Miccs-the- ir WANAMAKKK & IUIOWN'3 8poriil Iliplitnniiitcn went out WANAMAKKIt & llltOWN'S PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ful business men ol the rtgd, br lire, mid the imiterial, &c. OvereoatR. Kendy to wear. Snb lie trade, and that no pains will to lipnr Sum .lours Irt'tnro nt IIojr' riothinjr. from $.i(IO up. publio viiirit and help your neigh in Molecting it stock! papern were entirely con- - stnntiiil nml tiiinible bor. If lie is in danger oi urenKI of tiotii IlIOKMAJt, l l kKKTUCfcVi Union City, MoniUy nllit. fc?4JCL ennlile llicm to keen tin Almost as tnu;h iii llense-'iein'! down prop him up in Mime Binned. Hoth papers will resume I of them trustworthy. i!.'.t.v pnri timt will,.11 -- ' M r.,n,1 I0 to 'J0, .!.... iVwJJUJl. ,...,.lil,.,. nf f II 11,1.111 Ilov. Leo llnriU the eowlinv Meet nil wool nml of most e(rl- wav. cither by kind words, good publication as soon as possiblo. OfTera hia professional prt!cH to lie pfd III. II ..til Vlllll.l. I l .hi M. KliKHLU, Ag't. keepinL' the best goods for the Will lutj plf of lllclcnmn anil telnlyi preuelier commenced u ceiitu of lent ilel(;ii mid color. counsel, or n helping hand in some The Gleaner wan innuroil for l of JneVaon nnil Kentucky Bl'i I M KaKKI.H.jAK't. inertiiiK i Kiillnii tills witU. Never did the reoide trv moro Icnst money. Look out Tor low Mho best Flour in Hickman, For Office, f i liOOniiii. the Granlilo $1100. Tho it it is to lilt! UXtPOt " .. .i . . 9 . mi t n i - .i IIMl Id Ill.llOt'llfl mi nif . ILtl.l HOrTflUIIB prices next wejk, See their let - 'enle only tiy I5CV..I. V. Wwtprs, of tTnlAil- - going down into vour pocket. Go lo .1. V. KtrnttKlinii's for "",,n'M"1' "" f' ! c?r V Tr7T.7"T. 7" ,. more to the in tor to the Oourier, 7 23 ALFTIKD 'MoDAJiWI.. ni'vpr was incenoiiirieri lliiHe.tiHll.s nnd'JIiila, I lalilnc liicl,ton Clrrnlt. rpemitl, e!oe I n ro-l- F.T. ' tercBi ni mo imsiness man to let ) rgr MeGinty nerer went to tho tp. vlvtil meetlii" nt oel Spr uj;s M. Dr. L. OTLBY PINDAR, l:L'l LOW IlVIKSTO ClllClf.O. the ti.ule know that tho bargains ,ntttn of tho well, as leported. ! Diiureii, linn pniiniy, "iiu ii Ituv. Mr. Hose, nn evnreeliat oflers ure as euoii us those of. Ho only stopped down to Cow-ferc- d he On the 2nd, 3rd, 4lh filli of cpleni-he- r convrrHions, nml ..i.V, i. (t im 1,11 4'i i iivimii AND SURGEON. PHYSICIAN i.i.....it run n ..n pious iiwiikeuiiie; a L'ourril rcll- hv lit competitor, fjuit the Illinoia Cenlral Railroad will r el Drug Store nml got bottom in the eoiumu. mtiiioiis at the Kplacoii.il cliiucli nlty. llekeia from Cairo I o Chicago an return ndvertismiriiiul ihoeiiHtoiners will,i,.,.B on Oils. Olnss. etn. JCKNTtJCKVi goo trip, tlds irpek. pass j on hv. They keep a full lino of such ot $,'J 20 fur tlierounl lCih, llekeia I'niir HICKMAN, (. An old gPtitlctinn nnmeil returnie; un'il Sept 11 leaf Heal lenceahdoflii-- ajjuliilng Jit.fge kingt Soiiip repot t n slight frost (rt Jim La nonu. a oimjj mun nf IhU goods. Wrir.lit irlin daily train from Ciiro lo Chicago, lint wnnii iiii.liti Ing a ro., a m , ll.'. I) and man a olBco tills RPPtlOII IllSt Slllllhl.X llk'lll. i.,,.,1 ..I,,,,!,, viv.ru nf line, w ilkml In 4 (lace, iiw iditk,'ii .erlninh ill wuli ebnleri 8 25 02 The Fiilton Graphic nf Inst I HO aii iPO all carry in it I'ul'man llilflet he hey nml relief inorhiia iii tliouhl ri Not enough to tlo nny dniniij.'e, thin plncc last from Weaeitlnmn ema'l IioIiIh nf Clumber week says: Reports from Hickcar, an I running directly put leejiinn liowever. week, prnenied his licrimn nnil ty Ei Uinrrli in mrW o lin a I olio, Cbn'cri anil biin lio Heme lie man put snmo of tho Fulton peo- I tie WorMs Fair croun.l and making . which ri.iniil enr I ' not ple in a little close place. This is regular inpi at World a Talr hlatlnn, nnil after October .'I n wn married to a joiins 'ml.v in On In 'irTi. wnii'd hare illl, I'll II i (Midway P a'.ance) For furiher inforwhite luan.s & Si ATTORNEY-AT-Uiirro cannot ride In nIn it uegro'ii tills city last Monday. rultouiiin. j ihia reniedy. anir as it should lie. A grind jury will cur, nor n white mini Q hn f.r 1" iimaii Co Tenn, Tor aalo by seldom rind a bill without snmo mation apply to TicketItAgent nl Cairo. il itfton roV- - When tlio water woris ore -- i A IIANMJX, O O !&&&?tft ' Ci T T Fi ear, in Kentucky, r, Prucplet. good cadence upon which tn HlCICMAN, i '. i t KETUCKf. in operation ovet.lmily should den I'ltta Agent, Chicago, III P and iny violation of the law tiiko a bath. Oowgill ,t Oowjjlll CoJ-.lMr. I.nsrenp N'nilor, for a long received n bl lino of should be .brought to light. LnRt When the spring time comes nnd Ktroiiao llro'H "I1ij;Ii Art" Ololli-injr- , keep nice Soaps, SpongcH, Toilet reaiimed ihe praclice of faffi . aan Q tune salesman for II. Biiclmnnn, !.. I. in Miiu.ii oi j.-.- i feel nun, lazv, i,ii.i11iiiii-i.ii,iA- j will gUr lila prompt and unilltldej WntcM. Iieaiiles a full lino or for Full nml Winter wear. after a few months sojourn on liia wicks w ii k and Odors. IMS larin, Iria Hcepptoil n fit nation MH"1 'i men in iij,';uiini piMipiu III niltl no ncunillll, imii i uiamr mr wniuirr. aitanilon to rutneaa entriiMeu fo hia tarfi Shaw. Hut cleanse your blood with this U .till.i ',MnBirij.1 Qmiifnpa .r T?lf.n mill nro n id Fulton, and oven week Is tntion Sirs.iparilla.and start l'hiu Two old women of rolor were -,., ....1 A white rnnn tinmetl Andy tnnre. iour B. won it ii kc in kit ii in urn ri" .1. exiiecteil to iirniiiicn men ui, day of the, n 10 sr . 2.2 Tohiia.011, wiih ohot mid killed by boasting tho other liver riant.ition Tills, and to m nniit no pioinises tne closest fj-- when yon standout to look begin with anew with the rest of charm ot their reapectivo mislife unknown patties, In Dembtirp, o tteniion in their ueeils in the ... ..lis" ...... vnn . ,.. ...,w. tresses and their supi rior imporu Hint ami Shoe, Metis Furiiieliili in, ,i. - i0ntri.. li..htR...... will .vii,.li nature. Sold by Ten n , lnm week. cold. Go to Co pill's I)ni' Store tance, when ono of tl'i'in, to clinch Office oecr Hickman flank; (ii)nih, rants and Hat line. Kid. .1.11. Unnlhne. will prrneh her arguments, ile.lared: "M, Cowgillft Cowgill, Iliekuian, nnd hoy n bottle of Syrup of Tar in " HICKMAN, KV. nt Slulilis' School Ilnuso to mor- missus am a wiuo trrdo 'World- T.T. Swmtie, W" Tho Mntitul Mle Insurance an Wild Cherry, or soinu other row uicht, .Irtl. Kvcryboili Gore Bro's., Cayce, ICy. Will e Hen.l firfthiplly to ill u(neja lit l. Fm'." fotiipiiiiv of Kiuv York Is the old- good coush medicine. tn hear him. molill-'yir.ialed lo Hia care, A. U. Ilrevurd Jordan. ICv. Illret and hest (3ouipany in Ono of tho most A stnble belongii'Sto Mr John 0 est, ITniteil rttntes. Tho rntnpany J i the Mr. John Semonen, won of I'ortl, propiietor of t In Hickman wrecks In the history of the Illi4 now Umiini' to the insurinj: put)-liMr AdiimSemoues of Union Citv, buss line, was (leatM.wil by tire inois Central railrnntl occurred at A. W. LINDSAY, a polie (oiniirisiiiiidvautiirres 10:30 o'oloclc Monday night nt was mill i led' to .Mins I.illio I'olk, Wednesday night. He Inst one noer before ntlered, l?or fill I in-f- Maiitetio, n small station near A fine lolnf stock Shrrp Apply lo ItiHt week. Attoraeyaai-Lav?1of that city, horHe, ii lot of harness mid snine It II niNKOHD, niiitinti nboiit these policies, Kiinakee, III, Tho second section Good roads, locally cnimlder. proventler. The lire Is supposed SZETOSUS" 0 8 Cruieilielil. xafar-t-o, nnlmof HICKMAN. KV4 i, ill on K. H. Hr.i.taoN. nent. of the south lio ti n il limited on the etl, nro of ;in much importitueo to to bo the mult of an incendiary. lb" l'o ur crushed into the rear our people as the tin i IV nml cur Nn iintirancc. Mr. Will It.ilt7er. of the firm 8.14 View of ihe World's Fair. Office wiih It S. .Murrelli How do you pronoitnco "to of Hi Itzer ft Shaw, is in Kt. Louis end of tho tirM section, teleseop lency qucKtioiiH nnllonnlly. A ennveiitlon is to lin helil nt It Is stated tb it the young one hloeper ami two coaches. '','S Octo mntor Tho dictioniirv sns yon this week btniucuu Immenss stool; Ten persons in miHiiitor. I'nllaitl, who .TucUson, Tciiii., beinnin Tlio Demoerntlo Ooientinn nro I'l.rilt-l- . tn Imvo iXkkin tu 11Iho ccnlatleii'I po(a?e- COAL! COAI! NorlliCOAL! llaweii, or to ,.ri,.n .....i vii.i. to tiomliinle caniliilntep for State 'died In Hickman in 1STS. of yellow ber S, next, looking to tlio per- , inuj call It eitner list .. .... v . . ...... Une l.nly writes thnt she iniiniTiiu.r..iai.lani.ilUrl.t..Mil . ' m Iiei'll killed llltt I igllt, mill tllO ,... . omlM.a.nirer Atnii ILLINOIS IKNTRAI fever, was a brother of Miss Mad- - iiiniiout oreiiuzntion of the fur in-- 111:1 Ii ti ' l i.. Senator mid Representative will iiiuy tut c.ui'cii nun UAILHUM), I'I t lira rhrert. Chicago, stock ' will call It to mah to to tho euil et needs ot their patrons better than m ,."ll-'nline I'olhud, the miiiur lady whoieis, horticulturists ami be held nt Fulton, III., for ii fret mpy of a Inrge, coloreil 1'ITTSHUrtO, Mr. Ihiltzer, nnd that Ids select - ",,i,,ul1- Ooii(;ress- - breeders, nml to discuss subjects her dins, because "all tlio roline btril't-vy( hits brnught suit ivuiiiHt ale lie HorMaFatr rtii-Sear I will pell Mox lippr nt post KUnciA, Tlio Democrats of Moscow vioinliy. It,, ij m.iinie.l on rollers for ltrecUiurlilj;", of this stale, pertnnlnin to tho Inteiosts ot the people" lio knows cull it that ions will please his customers, for tlio next tlOilajs, in older to imiii breach of nroinise. !eomanryof tho land. A litrco Uvitli one exception. That one both m fluidity "ud pi ice, goes tuecinct. Hickman couittv, met bmigiiij. up, nnJ mil h found of rulue as ILLINOIS LUMr", for reilneo fitouk. ,, 'iittniber of penplo are Interesteilin lady sturilil.'i Insists that to.mny-t- o ,. , wniiotit sn.Miig. Look out Tor low Saturday last, III oompliauco w itll ! a 'ouenir, and for rtferonco. anJ 4NTHRAClfri, 31 4 " .1. V. STUAt'OIIAN. i "' irauitej ..pinioned, nnd . n is light. So il is, unions you i prices. wnT. the call of bei.atori.il Committee, pain f In any fjt.anllllta iltateili . podr hack 0I or jour U, , itov. Spott, or Mnrtin, Tenn.. , "M'"" e broaden the "a" also in potato, Circnit court lins been in ses. Mr. K. II. ).i..oy wna elected No excuse for ''J10"1 town. rorl.Vnven's sUe keep your! " preaehnil two and Richard Oriney.l Vnhl Vorm pi8lcr with cnpslcnin i.ro.8o.l poil for they nre just the same kind of' alon thia (the Ililnl) need, llip ii'iir living mouth shut! Whli.- the world u.n ,tt",slt roR AIK UT . . Hprmnnn nt tlio Motliodlfit ehiircli words. Would you say po tar to? ohiitly ilmoled lo tlio roiiJiileratinn of secy. J. Sylvester llobeits ntid ,m olirn ... r,i,i ...... ,,,ir,.i.t..i . n, weeps over the death of n inniii w.. .....i ...a..... . . III ... w The jury in Iho llee UrooVa Kiciinril lirilley wero chosen ns hist Sunday, moriiine; nnil nicjit. clll C3e. If not, Mien don't say who lived for his home and conn. WA NAM AMU II ft ItROWN'S FAEIS & PARKER, Biillsfactorv I)V eao relurncil Ytulcl lnl I rl lay, jllr. delegates to the Fulton MIsh Ui'hhIo Scntes, of Pnion try, tours nro too pneious to Uen.Iv strictly Kir Ladies, don't wear jour, iif him 'Jl jeaia in ihe peniientiary. tion, with instructions to ConvenClotlilnc CortglllM CoweilLIIiekuiim, Ky lltCKMAN, : : i : KENTJJCKtf vote for . wool City, after Kpmiilinpsovornl weeks spend over it chronic fault Under. from $!).()0 tip. solves out by miming an old, Ilronka elnhl.pl nU alep. father, mmeil II. T. Tylcir for Stnto Somitor, Mrst " ' T T. Swiiyne, Fnllon n eonplo Ci'ineut, ileaih, with Imr praiiiliiiotlinr, heavy Machine. Call ut Cowgill's yearaogo toCleineulant had Ihroal'iii. I nf last mid nil the time, dark horse or , doro IJro's.j Cnync, Ky M. KliKitl.K, Ag't. Mrs. ,1 WANAMAK1.K ft IJIIOWN'S to Tains, returned homo hint week. rniits-ren- dy rjickman fvjarble Works, Ding Store nnd goto light rnu. kill Urooka, nml got nftrr him irilli n no dark liorbe, mul for .1. C. I), lire vnrd,, Ionian, Kyi to put on Kvety, A bomhshell has been hurled ning nut. uoiinie iinrrvl ahot t n;""1 "New Home," the hest "rreaicd, Speight ns first ohoico for Itepro Tlio Ilcintnn Tribune nnH part lionost, loiij .1wool, honestly by tho coniniisslnners nftho conn. chine in tho mmket. HICKMAN KY, an I ibi nhhiig loo .. .. . i i . y ...i. tliero nro tlioiiHunils of uerea of u.... ,ik;.,.r;x;.,re,;..,;.r,n: -- " iiiMBii riiiiiiimiiiiiiiiMi, iirni imti it..tni. - iry n.ir ot rorry county Ivan miner nrreat Onnr 13, C, laml In Mnrslml county that will nil. The nice for homes ami for- itatlon, lo morrow evening .l.w to(..r0 per pair the fniiners' tlniiglitets y WANAMAKKIt & mfowN's j Chloride of Gold Institute, not make n IiiihIipI of corn to tlio pies cnii bo seen nt M. Km UM'.'a who paint stnrtling pliiqiies nnd tune In the Cherokee strip on Dram is ilyaan-ler"I wa very apeerely taken "IMi ncre. last was intended utli so --i.od.Tr.u at I look a doe of I'hainherlalu'a H. nitchaniin, the "old impossible landscapes nnd iTAi.lAX AKIi AMBRlOAl) MAHIl(.f rolle, Suits, cut to measure. The most ono Oholern and lliarrhnen Kemely after each fashionable shinies of the season. goods merchant and brolder gaudy hammock spreads many horrors that it eaus-e.10MJ.ML'.N'1. tOMU ANl OltAVE Tliero Is n!way fionio pond reading the acS TONES. mure III in unlii-- High quality anil honesty of the for Romebody. Amid tho RPiiprnl mnkers or low prices, is m tl.o "or liiiithn ntitl competition nt to shudder in were burned to operation of Ilia honeta, houra, and check-- , wool in AVt.N'O tn tiock, a Sue lot of Aratt rat. for nhout lliirly ni counts. Men its manufacture. From niiitry fairs, by tho nn. dcprpsRlou tlio linformntlnii cornea large cities tliiH week in the inter-- tl,ft lholnle Cufe for Prunkennen, Il look alioni all of n cd iho complaint. 1(1.50 nml up. M. KiiuitLitc, Ag't. death by pr.drip llren; others woro iciti and Italian Murble, I an rre- s nnd KlnJre I llahlu. that the o.MUrr crop in iiboio tlio est of Ins ciistomeis No ninn noniiceineiii that tho pri.o roe, nhlle In nml maimed by being HMIlll liol lieniljht cure nn nrillnnry Ino ori ni red to (ill nil orders. Call and eiamlnrf in thii tlepartniont will bo killed better what Mr rnt .mnialmiiim Sll C'lKi:. Ml cure caae toy work. nveniKP. into thrreiloaea Last week Mr. J. W. StMUglltl need than "old Muck" nnd nn ono given "for the best, neatest, nnd thrown from their hot ses or prec 1 faanS It noiiM jl me immeiiiaie. re.l Pit. T D DIl VAN', Orders from the country" frompll I If but Karmcrs nml mncuiuo inoii can buy closer, for ho nl wins pays most cnmplotu pair of patched mulling streams jtnd over lief from all pain In (lie liowela T M. ailll Mr. UohlllBOIl, ll- -l of tills city, .Msnaar 11 ml will tlio best ijnalily of Lit tlio spot cash, As usual his stock pantaloons," ipices; some wote shot bj sol. llUCKWiwn.l'rleiuNliip, Grant Par., U went to Illlewild Oil Iteclfont Lake, diors and some shot each other. for .ale by T. 1 dtfYSK, l)ni((lii. bricatinR Oils, for iiiowoih. thresli. will nhouiid wllh tho latest sUlos, f(),. t,,(, ,,llr,ao of C,tf,iBIi,B in the 2 Catalogue prices on Wntoli Heniiles totalities, tliero was great ers, engines, S;e., cheap, nt Tlirealn-- r HI Look out for tramps I Ono fish business. On the second night uno conipletf, nnd Ids pttccH will ho the lowest. os nnd Jewelry. Call nnil examino HWAYNI-.'S- . T. T. 55 stifToiing H oin hunger, thirst, and day last week n big, buily tramp after their arrival tliero they wero niaiatlncof otio Kugine, Blacksmith and Undertaker Tho horso stolen from tho my stock ami get my piices be- storms nnd hot winds. And asked for it cup of coffee at n res-- ' visltod by n band of "White Caps" vpjrator, Hcerpi Hiraw htaskvr, Took MIhs lilzzlo Tallin, after Hpomh t uou, s(oo ami Plxiurea fore buying elsewhere. III nil thousands nro returning footsore tdeneo in this citv, mid because it who warned them to learo that on eaa Isrma. Cull nnd aee mo neliy6u KKNTI CKY. HICKMAN, ing a ilnliclitful Hiiinuier with her ruck in this city last week, theIt h'Jl J. W. Srii.iumiAN'rt. nnd woar.y, broken iu both body was not convenient for the lady locality In twenty-fou- r hours, ami naot a Ihirgalif, Am iolntt n aell Mth. V. H, Scntea mul property of Mr John Stubhs, livlol nistera, Nearly nil tho l.irjjo cities in nnd puise. Mi: A TIIIM- - when yon inl J W MWKIKLIl. of tho house to comply with his if they failed to leave in that time Mm. IK F. Heokliam oT Union Oity, ingneiir town, has lieen recoiered, but tlio thief, n young white hoy,, tho country nro now bragging to 10 llljcUamithin,. ilone, or riff'Ut nrf Cure, hy. request, he proceeded to curse they would visit them again nml ruturiietl homo lust wook. W.tona, &c fore..ioe Ipg a ajtri.fiy ulioitt 13 ears of age, mimed Oily tho efieut that each one is tolinvo 7-mul nhuse her little girl because bum tlioir fishing tnoklo and break . ATTENTION, EVERYBODY! u Un keep a full line of A Kiimo of haso lutll will bo Crenle.v, hailing from St. Loins, Is' tlio host bnso ball chili in the of his failure to get it. Ho was their neuks. Not wishing to have b. IV. ) A V 1 IJovJ-L- , played ut ICirk'n l'urlc yot ut large, Un rodo the linrsoi world-ne- xt Undortakor'd season. This reminds to leave their nocks broken, they packed Wo will, for tho next sixty days, arrested and ordered ovtuilii,' betwenu tho Hinltli & to nreuiitlold, Tumi,, nml there ono of tlio mini who boasted in Common, UoeowonJ, and Sftlld PLack Wt' umtii, wmvu ho ilid. liiery wo- - ii rr their mimii inn. returned i .iFfnirrV , ' V nut Coftiua arid Caea, which esn t Htfed tr I' .. V'l'llhlv . .. KIIIhoii iilni), of tills city, and tho swapped it otl' for nnotlier Inuso, August how fust ho could skate, ell everything- in the Jewelry line mini ought to Imvo u gontl pistol Hickman. This Is mi outrage, and u i nn efiort notice, and at reiasaaM Young AtldoticM of Union Oity, nnd went on, tnking .Mr. Stubbs' nnd bragged nil the winter of his at actual' COST. Now is the time nt hand when these vagabonds tho porpetratois should bo pun- , fil'e me etill. Tenn. Oumo, will bo culled at .'I Niiddlu and biitlle. Kffnrts are he ability to layout somebody binding to liuv. Call tun! see us. We mean coiuo iirnttud, untl make them ishod. Hut how lo catoli them is 0I"C ovor Cowglll ,: Cowgill's prleea. Slion near .1lite .fall Ufr (Tclnulc. Hvorybody invitud, luitiVi-- , iny iiinde to catch him, DUCK liKUS, wheat, move on at n lively gniu tho nuoutioi) I iuayjfS lni2 Stine srrT3. SSi 'vt .1-- ' ve.s.v - Mi rsrr- - Tlnio 'Jfuhlc. I 1 VlTi. Win Eel EoluHoDii ii. Sk li ,( ' LOCAL vV??1 ,! s,cs rarry rm pikllloll, mn! thnt I woiihl hoot liiin if lia illil, if I hail lo wait until h wrnl lo aleep to la tt. lie loik an r iruriil look al ma ami lilirifil tnwar I camp Wl'li long atriil't cnil wlihoMt a Kuril lilnpan in no pul to our anprcr clnip, nn I rcl uhnui reilln It wa nijr iluiy lo indke the lirer.l ami .t o. 1 ol foiVel th intal, mule eiiHc, my LrfJiil x"ti) kiiJ rapprJ on Ibc pta'c In Id lilm Icnotr It lie ini lti mc.it, eif fee, Ke , nn Ilia litaril, ami no (TlilptJ our 1 aupprr ilown h lib ml i nonl aoinkp, nnil gol rfi'ly pnt my ipa, look II wna our rule lo clean and lo turn In oil our (tuna hfore (nitiK In del. After nlmuing my fun, 1, limtliotNaly, put n I on J ol liuekahot In aach lurrel, put my ten it In Ids rarlc an lurnel in tun not lo .trap for I hml no poontr Inncliel the 1 h"il until I l.iui to IhinU. Inrnfil orr 1 kirk-f- il ami nirnail hack, ninl ncr again ihe rnara "IT nnJ pnll'J "linn lip again. I ffnaiifil Hint Hiffhfil. hut no alaan puna! nml mil tlifa fl... wa II, n L I n l.rtnr fmil isli we were ictHi. My frl'nl an compan Ion, I lie one lli'il I hnil nne iiroiifli the wa with, t lie man win wnull tiav a'ool by ma unifr any anil all romlliions nhnle aoulail Jliu-b- al ben aihln my oriiona "lil'OHl n worl, an'l finnllv turn. reatlraa nml uuqulel; nnl, i el m liitnflf aetcral times, I remark nfier iomIu 1 lli.it I nibbed he woul'l rjulcl ilown ami goloilefji which wm ilie tirat wonl tint bail pu'feJ liMeu u fince my llireat lo about him. Ilf rnUfi up on h'n ciiliow nml lonnklii!: r'yl I into my f.iee, (Omt nalilteil'y, aalil- fimo ynnj don jruahoit ma nflf r I go to aleep." Tint Hi'tl'et il. I mllnl otil, an I Jim affr me. nml lie give mo the IkmI, or worat, (onmU 'in? arcnnl thai fliantv I ercr liaj We mtut lno acnreJ all the game away from thai camp, for It fnon heeame vert ararca. Well, air wa Jldn t fleep any llial niclit e rooked a 'i'.nni and ntitiil up nil ilnu'i ramiikrl toy pun frciin "ay, sniil ''Dig nonr alni;on " I, Imunllj, lirotiln I lururii on nif mxl, in im:ji im.Xi i B:' ja as SHE OLD BILL&BLE. OHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, r H2 . f!8 Ri'prt-tiPiitp- ,JU ' 5.rS. Repair's Fino Watches a Spadialty Work GunrantPf-il- , ntid (oods Gtiiir I' llngei's Old Blnmli Cllhtoh Blrtcti Dealer x DYE-STQFF- 3, Bl,G3,FiEDlCIHS3, FAIffB 1B9 f T. K. Olcrtsmi i:icic?;an, k;, pai-'in- PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNbliD. C. C. C. CcriHln chlH Kufb" ti I'lenaant to take tiiul lihrlnlvcii C'lilIJrcn tikis It. iiiinrantcet! Jt to euro Clillla ami Large) We.lheunlarilrrn.fi (Irani Jnrnra for bottles SO cciiti. Fever. Iha SepMmii'fWiir'li''' V"Ultn t:reW A. HntrnMnt, tirntjV.ii ForaiUty C. lilipraa.ieil Ncntiitivc. be.njt lv Btvrc wllh I m cooil-iiiiir- 1 , 1 ' I nminraa anil uterllne quiliiiea of i, Mr. T U (llea.on, wlio acleil an our hereby reiurn lo Mm oiii hearl-fe- lt Ibanta fnr lh and ImpanUI manner tu whlrh lie h.n ilIaeliAreil Ml ilmirt; ami, ato, n feel Mitt he iliaerrr-- i (lie I Imti ka of llo feeple ot Ihe entire eiiimly for ilia ftier;y ami fnl he hie ounifratel in (iiardini their intereala. In iew o( nil Iheiio llilnpt ilerlin? b.iilue.a quslittea, nohla lietri, ncc and e licrelij recahimchd lnm lo eipenenrc be cii t'lis r Hickman nnil Piiitnn cntjn-lie- s ii a am alile man lo rrprrio'iii them iiila Lower llyiie of Ibe nexl f Kentucky. Ihe alote wis pa'p-- l hy i unnnlmoua oie o( eleen Brand jurnra. fore-nini- Ciiurl, JJilIS, t . ii , Ii mmm4 'ir E B. Illlsoa, INSURANCE! I LI I i f.n n r, Ut' '" Fresh Oysters. - " I J, Baltzer a . 3l0L&irv77&. u H ? e l't ..' ti r.l r -- (Haal-- i ".IKnil'rttTOK." r Nvnv-.ivc- a i - T - '"""'' OSE3IrS323. I8 ra ' B's I TILH CASK SHOE STOBE. Iiint. "I 1 i ' i llh-kinu- Hi r O. L. HANDLE -j P.Y tlo-pon- 1 ust a ll.ni:i:& ' co v n i.-- i T. DAVIS, ...... Attorney at W, Ii d "I r4?ife '' wwisa.1 a r ripp-illin- A e Sheep for Sale! 1 r , I Cbildroa and 2ic30S - h ..... nn.i, a.-- ' 1 l.-- 1 t''. ..... i I e l .... 1 ifi - hlKlily-intorpntln- c ;"" Whnt Anti-chairma- , ....,.. A f5iini-lnuinn- g THE KEITH ant-unla- DAMAGE, s Fulton, Kentucky. l'V. 1 1 ' .... pre-know- H' ' tV i For Sal Im. A. F. OLXVBft,, rnonvf 1 3CC5jO."ii3"fc i (ioos, 'trr t o a4" ";cav aK2Wa3Brift1e rw i miprm4mmm??mjiiiirimmw!!iwfieprmin9i sar tf 1 arra ?TWm9mnm " " nT wa - a J'-- - Ti'nri imibii WffTiMtfr1irMK!-"flYlBBPiP - rmmr wm-- m n 3HKIiBWiAJLVhlaKsfaBFUanHHHVBiliiSi9KllBafl ibmt ii irrrwiiYintiiai tt .c V. J4. . I r A " A KEWAItl) Cheap Kitnrslnns lo the Wiiti eip'wrlunltj An eiceptlonallr for vlsltlnr. the richest nml most piodnctlve sections of the west and northwest will bo Offered For the Infidel Who Has Read s Horded bv llio serlit of low rale harvest tho Dlble Twice. excursions which hnve beon arranged by the North Western Mne Ticket for these excursions will bo sold on Augusts!, 12lh snd October 10th, 1MO, to points The Itenaril Is Ottered Hy llr Tstnisse, Minnesota, ol mill No Athcl.t Is llarreil, In Northwestern Iowa, Cot, liiRrrnnll Srrmon llj He'- North Dakota, Houlh Dakota, Manitoba, II. 1. T. Nebraska, Colorado, Wjomlng and Utnh, Talinnce, and will bo Rood for return passage within r twenty day from dnte of tale In Ills sermon nt Hroohlwi t.ilwr-nnclprlvllegea will be allowed on Rolna trip In Sunday nftcrnoon, lU-- Dr He- territory to which the tlckttt are told, lor itt Tnltnai'o preached to n vat audi-enc- o Information call on or addressa further Cireu-larTicket Acenta of connecting line on tho subject of "litinforce-nicnt,- " tivlnir rstes and datalled Information the text bclnjr: Luke i' ill "; will be mailed free, upon application to V. A. Thrall, General Patenter and Ticket "Lord, Incrcnr.o our faith." "What n pity ho Is froiitff there'" said Agent, Chicagu k Worth Western lUllway, Chicago. my friend, u most distinguished gener-n- l of the nrmy, vihen he mis told thnt DooTon (on ahlpbonrd, to Invalid passen-m- l "You are pretty HI this morning, I'm the reason for my not llng present on afraid, Mr. Bmfth " Invalid russcngcr thnt n celebrated dny In Hrookljn "Awfully" 1)lm tor Woll, here l one. I the Holy grain of comfort for you " Inialul I'mscn-ite- r on thnt ilny had sailed for "No use, doctor, I couldn't retain it a Limit. tecond." "Why slu you any thnt?" imp'-lresome one. (iraap of a Crnrl Enemy In the Oh. he My mltltnrr friend replied Hottt of people writhe through life, ton grave. Rheumatism unco fullv de- will Iw disillusioned when hep ts nmlil veloped it a ceaseless tormentor, and uhvnjt the sqttnlor and commonplace ccnes of threaten! Ufa from Its liability to attnek a l'nlestlne, nml his faith will If shaken vital part. Hsttettor't Htomach Kilters, re- utcd early and continuously, will bring re- In Christianity, for that Is often the Mill" lief and prevent evil consequence, liver, malarial and kidney comTho great general misjudged the plaint, debility and nnrvnusness niocom case. pletelv remedied by thla highly sanctioned 1 went to the Holy tdind for the one medicine. purpose, of haslnre in'fnith tnrngth-ene"Dins'Tjou know you were doing wrong nml thnt was the result which when you oounterfeltod Unit dollar!" asked the Judife of the young culprit. "No. I came of it. In all our jnurm-- i ing, In intlons didn't Judge. The 1 fact Is tlio enslaving all our reading, In nl' our a work on that dollar made Is worth two dol In nil our plnns. Hiipmentnt)"" rather lara and fifty cents any day " llaiper's than the depletion of our faith, .should Baiar. bo our chief desire. It Is easy enough CownreroR E D. Looms, Detroit, Mich , I can plvp aaya: "The effect of Hall's Catarrh Cine Is to have our fnlth destroyed wondorfuL" Write him about lU Sold by j oil a recipe for tts obliteration. Head Infidel books, Druggists, 75c have lontf 'are-rac'- '", PROTECTION'S Iletpernte DYING THE PEOPLE. all his money into an enterprise for tho wlh. mark, of. tho shovel, of thai' fONGUE-LASHIN"Cnpt. exploring society amid the ruins ol The Aposilr of I'rolrrtlon In Ills Orl recovery of thnt liocuspocus e 1'recephir. Kldd's treasures," Ktieelnnd's faith for nnclent Jericho, nnd all up and down doing so being founded on a mnn's the Dead sea to Ccsnrea I'hlllppC "Dig llit. MeKltiley's opening campaign statement that he could tell whero away," says tho Church of Hod, "and speech nt Akron, (., tin a prolonged those treasures were burled from the the deeper you dig tho batter I like." scold nt the American people for discovered monuments of Kgypl jecting the Ism which bears his name looks of n glass of water dipped from McKlnley tho Hudson river. Tho internal evi- have chiseled on them tho atory of the at the polls hist November. dence of the authenticity of the Scrip- sufferings of the Israelites in Eirvtitinn thrushes the people over the back of tures Is so evnet and so vivid that no linnitnin ns va ftriri 11 -In ttm 1111.1.. the democratic Party, but he knows o- ""v '"""I man, honest and sane, can thoroughly there In Imperishable stone, represcntn whom he is hitting. tn 11 speech delivered Inst January, and continuously and prayerfully rend tlons of the slave, of tho whips nnd ol who compelled the Senator Price said thnt the question them without entering their disciple-ship- . the So I put that internal evidence making of bricks without straw. Ex- whether the government should to crcnte or build up American paramount. How nre you led to believe humed Nineveh and Habylon, with In a letter you receive from husband.or their dusty lips, declare the Hlble true. industries of nny kind by the use of the Napoleon's soldiers In the Egyptian taxing power "has Wen answered w Ife or child or friend? You campaign pried up a stone, which you by the American people for the present You know the hnndwrlting. know the style. You recognlc the may find in the Hrltish museum, as I el least and their verdict must be sentiment. When the letter comes you remember It, presontlng, perhaps, tw curried Into execution." Quoting this, MeKinley does not venture to deny do not summon the postmaster who feet of lettered surface-I- t people have contains words In three languages. that the Amcrienn stamped It and tho postmaster who rewho That stone was tho koy thnt unlocked answered the question most distinctly, ceived It, or the Ictter-curric- r "The democratic brought it to your door, to prove that the meaning of nil the hieroglyphics ol but he remnrks: it Is a genuine letter. Tho Internal ev- tombs and obelisks, nnd tells over nnd theory must le carried into execution. idence settles It, and by the same pro- over sgnin the same events which It is that which has alarmed tho people, The sulphtiroui and well tt may." He Impudently says cess you can fore cr settle the fact that Moses recorded. the Hlble is the handwriting and com- graves of Sodom nnd Gomorrah lian ,11 effect that the people have alarmed been Idcntltled. Tho remains ot tin themselves. Tnlklng to the democrats munication of the inllnlte (Sod. Furthermore, ns I lime already Inti- Tower of Habel have been found. As but at the people w tio have frightened mated, we may Increase our faith by syrian documents lifted from tho snuil themselves, he suys: "Now if they will the testimony of others, l'erhnpswe nnd Hehlstutt Inscription, hundreds ol iii y change front If they will only If they will only nssurv the of lesser brain may hnvc Wen overcome feet high up on the rock, echo and re by superstition or cajoled into an ac- echo the truth of Hlble history. Tin ..uiitry that this deplorable change ceptance of a hollow pretension. So 1 signs of the time Indicate that almost wi'l not come, they will till the hearts will this morning, turn this house Into every fact of the Hlble from lid to lid of millions with cheer and courage and a courtroom nnd summon witnesses, will Und Its corroboration lu anclenl poiitlilence," and various other tilings. and you shnll If the jury, nnd I now city disentombed, or ancient wall, No doubt If they will only reverse their impanel you for that purpose, nnd I cleared from tho dust of ages or an- verdict against the system of licensed will put upon the witnes stand men cient document unrolled by archaeol- roblvry the robbers will be happy. (oncerutng the Sherman net McKlnwhom the world acknowledge to bo ogist Heforo the world rolls on ns far intt ley has to say that the great majority strong Intellectually, nnd whose eviwould the twentieth century ns it has already of the republicans In congress nre dence in any other court-roorolled Into the nineteenth an In- ojhmiIv committed to Its repent. The Ih: Incontrovertible. will not call to the witness stand fidel w 111 be a man who does not be republicans were responsible for that end frequent comcrsatmns with any minister of tho do pel, for he HeVe his own senses, nnd tho volutnri net, just as the democrats, as McKlnley Tm gentleman so often mentioned In of those might bo prejudiced. There nre two now critical and denunciatory of the nvsrrts, will be responsible for the nets novels, who rlieled people with Ida gnic, flieptlcs, attend the lectures Hlble, If not entirely devastated by th of tho present congress. The repub has bowobtalned permanent employ tucut at antngonlstte torcllpion, plrcfull awtnff ways of taking an oath in a courtroom. lo some Imd hllttjndjf one faltli will Ono is by putting the lip to the Hlble book worms, will be taken down from licans ndiult thnt the Shermau act, for a bolls r manufactory, completely" K'lo that you will nnd the other Is by holding the right the shelf ns curiosities of Ignorance which they were responsible, hns le so Ccrni your oongh with Halo's Honey of laugh nt the idea thnt youperhud wrought great harm, else they would hand toward Heaven. Now, ns in this nnd idiocy All success to the plcknxt-Horehound and Tar. nnd powder blastings ol not bo so eager for Its repeal. The I'lke's Toothache Drops Cure In one minute. any. If you want to ruin jonr faith ence it is the Hlble that is on trial, we nnd crow-bar- s you can do it more easily than you can will not ask tho witness to put the Hl- thoc npostles of archieologicsl explor- party is not infallible, therefore, bv now get Into my coal of mall," re"I witt do anything else After hellerlnif the Imply ation. 1 like the ringing deflam-- "i McKlnley's ow admission, if it greatmarked the letter when it saw the stumped Hlble all my life can see a plain i ay ble to his lips, for that would of the the old Htigenots to the nssallsnts ol ly Injured the country by passing the that the sanctity nnd divinity envelope. by which, In six weokn, 1 could enlist book I settled, and that would lie beg- Christianity: away, vu Sherman net it may have Injured the "Pound BtarniM's Pills will dislodge bile, stir up my voice and pen nnd heart nml head Your bresK, country fur more by passing thu M So I w ill nsk each rebels! hammers the liver, cure sick ho.idncbee, and mako mid entire nature in tho liombnrdiuent ging the question. (iod'e Vonl Klnley net. witness to lift his hand toward Heaven but tho nnvll of you fee! well. 23 cents a box b nhurcli and in Bfilrmatlon. af the Scriptures and Hut McKlnley, of course, thinks It How wonderfully tho old Sninuel I'. Chase, chief stands." AtTiioron fully as sensitive to pain ns 11 that I now hold sacred justice of the supreme court of the book hangs together It Is a library did not On the contrary, he thinks it other people. It Is a fcl that He deaf mid That It is easy to banish aoon and Fnited States appointed by President made up of sixty-sibooks, nnd writ- did the country a vast deal of gisMl dumb man Is happiest wheu hu Is forever nil respect fm the Hlble I prove Lincoln, will take the witness stand. ten by nt lenst thirty-ninauthors. It The people, in his opinion, hai Buffalo Courier. by the fact thut so many have done It c Chose, upon your oath, Is a supernatural thing that they hive brought ruin upon the country by com Mist a tramp who ha asked only for They were not particularly brainy nor please state what you have to say nbout stuck together. Tnke the writings ol missioning the democratic party to resu nickels and dimes hns found bun-d- f had especial lorce f will but they so the book commonly called the Hlble." any other thirty-nin- e authors, or sny peal tha.t net and give the country n piled with quarters at tho woikhuuse tknrmltfltlf t(iiimnl islioil tho ten authors, or nny five authors nnd revenue tariff instead. "It is the antici The w Itness replies: Buffalo Courier. throw of their faith that they have no 'There came a time in my life when put them together, nnd how long would pation of tariff reform, or free trade, or Thb amateur photographer has a habit o( more Idea that the ltib'e is true or that 1 doubted the divinity of the Scriptures they stay together'' Hooks of "elegant 11 revenue tariff which hns set the except a lout, t. anything than nnd I resulted, as a lawyer nml Jndge, extrncts" compiled from mnny author! country whero It is." It Is this alono taking almost anything Christianity amount Bouierville Jouinf. they have in th truth of the "Arabian 1 would try tho book as I would try ore proverbially short-liveI never that has caused "this wholesale cur taking evi- knew one such lniok, which, to use the tailment of production and dismissal of Ik spite of their proverbial slow noss, tel- Nights' Entertainments" or the exis- nnythlng In the court-rooegraph messengers go about with u great tence of Don tjuixotc's "windmills." dence for and against It was a long publisher's phrnse, "had life in It" for employes from their accustomed work deal of dispatch. They have destroyed their faith so and serious and profound studv. and five vears. Why is It thnt the Hlble, shops" It Is by this nlone that "the thoroughly that they never will have a using the same principles of evidence in made up of the writings of at least splendid prosperity f n year ago has return of it. Fifty revivals of religion these religious matter a I always do thirty-nin- e authors has kept together been transformed into u situation of , ocular mntters I have come to tho for n long line of centuries when the such business gloom." may sweep over the cit. the town, the " Kor feeling of dead nclghlorhood where they live, and said All this has and natural tendency would have leen to decision mat inn inuic is a supernatnes of tho limbs, con stlpntlon and lwur rlr they will feel nothing but a silent or ural book, that It hns come from (iod, lly npart like looo sheets of paper completely answered by the organs of dilation ot tho bluod, expressed disgust. There are persons nnd that the only safety for the human when a gust of wind blows upon them? tho protected Industries themselves Hood's harsapirUL, has In this house who twenty years statistics showing Mr norlrsl pour blood uk) h go gave up their faith, and they will nice Is to follow Its teachings." "Judge, It Is bcoause (,od stuck them to- which have compiledIncrease In very Instead of conilltmn that will do. (lo back again to your gether nnd keeps them together. Hut thnt there was an Since tAKlngllcod'e nr netcr resume It pillow of dust on the banks of the for that Joshua would have wandered a curtailment of production for six i hive rood sainrllla ixmi of Ohio." Tho black and deep-tnnerich, red Wood, ami do Net I put upon the wit- off In one direction and Paul Into an- months or more after the verdict ol not bloat as 1 iisml to doom hang over their head and I take ness stand n president of the Fnited other, and Ezekiel into another, nnd the people was rendered and known. Hood iparuii sssssssssVS3r&? proveds Barsmerit to has the hammer of that bell, nnd I strike it States John Qulncy Adams, "l'resi-Ide- Luke Into another, and Habakuk Into Hut we may let McKlnley answer me lis as tt will to all ho take three times with all my might, and It authors himself. Adnmswhat huveyou tosay about another, and the thlrty-nlnfa r v " Mas. m. f- - sounds Woe! woe! woe! Hut my wish, Speaking of his own precious infant directions. the Ilible and Christianity?" The pres- Into thirty-ninPut tho antlc1 Ct Toms, nnd the wish of most of yon. Is the ident replies: "I have for many years writings of Shakespeare and Tennyson Industry he says: "I assume that tin expressed by the disciple to made it a practice to read through the and Longfellow, or nny part of them, plate Is to be made free becuuso th prayer Christ, in the word of my text: Hlble once a year. My custom la to together, how long would they stay Inst house of representatives, which Jesus 'Lord, increase our faith. ' .read four or Hve chapters every morn together? No book bindery could keep was democratic, made It free by Hood's Pills Cure Sick Headache. c The first mode of accomplishing this ing immediately after arising from my them together. Hut the cannon if a party vote. The splendid (tin plntel I do not lied, is to study the Hlble Itself lt employs about an hour of iny Scripturo Is londed now with the same Industries which have been built up In LINE;" Kdlevo there Is an Infidel now nllve time and veins to me the most suita- ammunition with which prophet and our country, and which have supplied who has rcatj the Hlble through. Hnt ble manner of beginning the day. In apostle loaded it Hring me all tho employment for souuany workiugmen, OH, as so Important a document needs to it hnt light soever we regard to the Hibles of the earth into one pile, and are to be closed and this the greatest be read at least twice through in order Hlble whether with reference to revel- blindfold me so thnt I can not tell ho consuming nation of tin plate lu the THE MISSING LINK, that It may ! thoroughly understood, ation, to history or to morality. It is an difference between day nnd night nd world, will hereafter buy this product UY and read In course, I now offer HOQ re- Invaluable and inexhaustible mine of put Into my hand any one of nil that abroad, unless onr Inbor is brought put MRS, MARY HOLMES, ward to any Infidel who has readIt the knowledge and virtue." Next INew Alpine mountain of sacred books and- down to the degraded level of com in upon the witness stand Sir Isaac Hlble through twice and read out mv flnirer on the last rtairn of '!m- pctlng lo)or." ..... i,.. t ,..1... ......i. .. ton, the author of the "I'rlnclnia." And eais ana jet me fcium 11, sun 1 (..iisw ,u afrmr;iie Tree tin plate bill was ,. ... .. , , , . Author of "Tempest nnd Sunshine," s1U1 mm .v.r n ,lu ..w tho greatest natural philosopher the you what Is on the next page, namely, passed long before tho election ot last "lira UUn. Rlr.r. " " n.rW.U Mnrt Tin- tion for Integrity except the Hlble. nnd world hn over seen. "Sir Isaac, it hnt the first chapter of Exodus or while November nnd wlien the people gavo light," etc., is contained in ' hnve you to say concerning the Ilible?" thus blindfolded, put my finger on the political power to the party which LlpplDGOtts Tho philosopher's reply Is: "We ac last chapter of Matthew, and let ma passed the bill at that election It was be the know It I will tell you what (s on tho just as certain that tin plate would be the Scriptures of (Jod For October (published September 20). the case beforo t piTe lt tho re,vapl i countsublime philosophy." to most next page, namely, the first chapter of made free as it has been at any time Also, must have the testimony of some one Next I put upon the witness stand .Mark. In the pile of Hve hundred mil since. The tin pluto Industry ought, TWO BELLiaDRENT SOUTHRONS. who hns seen him ronil It throutjh the enchantment of letters, Sir Walter Hon Hibles there will be no exception. I therefore, to have been nrresUsl mice. Infidels llsh In this Hlble for Scott; ami when I ask him what he Dy Flohesce Waller. In other words the book gives me at once, scvuidlng to McKlnley. (Illus- Incohercnck's nml contradictions and thinks of the place that our great book confidence by its supernatural adhesion Not another establishment should RUNNINO THE BLOCKADE. find their luble, ought to take among other books he of writing to writing. Even the stout- have jWirditics, nnd If you in operation. been put trated.) Hy Kmma II. Fkjjouson. lfcmlc replies: von will M!c Interlineations in the "There is but ono book and est ship sometimes shifts Its car- Hut what are the facts? McKlnley (PorUNVEILED. NECROMANCY traits.) Paof. and Miss. IlEniuiASM. if Jonah nnd some of the chapters nt thnt is the Ilible." Next I put upon go, nnd that Is what inado our says that the product was nearly tlmt unfortiinato prophet nearly worn the stand the most famous geologist of peril the greater in the rvmnils in thn three months mil- ship A DEED WITH A CAPITAL D. (Notanit by much use, and in some parts of all time. Hugh Miller, an elder of Dr. Ureece of the National line, when lug the 30th of last June. And he re ble Stories, No. VIII.) By Charles Second feamtiel or Hrl Kinifs, you will Outhrle's I'resbyterlan church. In IMIn- - the cyclone struck us off the coast of fers us to Special Agent Aycr's reports, M. Skinxer. find dim with finfrcrinnrks; but tho burgh, nnd I'nraday, nnd Keppler, and Newfoundland, and the cargo of iron which show the following totals of tin Iso poemi. essiyt, stories, etc., by favorite authors. paces which contain tho Ten tom- they nil testify to the same thing. had shifted as the ship swung from and terne plates produced In different lry inandmcnU nnd tho 1'salms of Darid They nil say the Ilible is from (iod nnd I IDDIalPnTT'C. orlflmUJ the complf! to starlmnrd und from starboard quarters, beginning with tho quarter )tn lu varitj Lirnnifuii ,fi(ur, on,nJof Ihf mist tlract- - and the Sermon on the Mount nnd thnt the mightiest Influence for good to larlxwird. Hnt thanks lie to (Jod this before the election of last November: nJ Intr rttlln? mlictllanv Is the Hook of ht .John the K range-lis- t that ever touched our world Is Christi Hlble ship, though it has been in thou- Qunritr ftdlita Production 11$ Ite Migaiines now fublittieJ Fir til.-- bv ill iitw nJ twit dealers, blnglt number, 95 cents, pti lrt will not hnve a single lead pencil anity . "Chancellor Kent! What do sands of yenrs of tempest, hns kept its Sept 30. lrW IIIT.VUlll annum, $j 00. itroke In the margin, nor any finder you think of the Ilible?" Answer: "No cargo of gold and precious stones com llrcll 31. IN1 W.ieAWK March IJPriaCOiTS JUfiiZIM:, ia.uH.ai) marks showing freouent perusal. 'I he other lxiok ever addressed Itself so au pact nml sure and In all the centuries Juno so. Ha McKlnley's own statement of the athcrof one of the presidents of the thoritatively ond sei pathetically to the nothing alxiut it has shifted. There HARVEST i'nited Mutes wos a pronounced Infidel judgment und moral sense of man- they stand, shoulder to shoulder, production of last quarter is added to I knew It when, many yearn apo, I ackind." "Edmund Hurke! What do DnvicL and Solomon and Isnlsh complete the table. These figures show since EXCURSIONS cepted )ils Invitation to spend the nitflit you think of the Ilible?" and Jeremlsh nnd Eeklel and Dan- a large increase In every quarter They In his home, .lust beforo retiring he Answer: "1 have read the Hlble iel and llosen nnd Joel nnd Amos and the ROth of Septemlier last year. Will ba run from CHIOACO, PEORIA and do not sbow that McKlnley's said in n jocoso hiiv: "1 Mtppose jou morning, noon und night, and have Obndinh, nnd Jonah, and Mlcah, and T. LOOI via tha itrj accustomed to read the Ilible lefore ever since been the happier nnd better Nahum, and llnbbnkuk, and .ephnnlah, special proteges the tin plate makers, BURLINCTOM ROUTE irointf to InmI, and hero Is my liible man for such rending." Next I put upon and Ilaggai, and Zncharlah, and were frightened into "wholesalo curfrom which to read." He then told me the stand William K. Illndstone, the Malachl, nnd Matthew, and Mark, and tailment of production and dismissal AUGUST 22, SEPTEMBER I2V what portions liu would like to hare hend of the English government, anil I Luke, nnd John, and Paul and Peter. of employes" by the prospects of free me read, and he only naked for those, hear him saying what he said to me All tliHre. and with n certnlnlty of be- trade In tin plate. Thus McKlnley him OCTOBER 10, portions on which ho could easiij be in January of 1690, when, in reply to ing there until the heavens und thn self furnishes a complete refutation of his assumption and assertion that the On thai dates ROUND-TRI- P facet Kills. his telegram, "l'ray come to Ilnwnrdcn earth, the creation of which Is TICKET of production and "busiwill be. SOLD at I visited him. Then nnd Wit know you ran make fun about In the first book of the Hlble, curtailment nnj thiiiff 1 huppose you could take there I nsked him ns to whether, In the shall have collapsed, and thn white ness gloom" have been caused by fear In the caso of tin the last letter your father or mother passage of yenrs, his fnlth In the Holy liorse of the Conqueror, described In of tariff reform. To all points In NEBRASKA, KAN ever wrote nnd find Mjmetltlnjf in the Scriptures nnd Christianity wns on the the Inst Hook of tho Hlble, shnll paw plate there was, by his own showing, 8AS, COLORADO, WYOMINC, jrrninmar or spelling, or tho tremor of increase or decrease, und he turrd the dust In universal demolition. Hy very reason to fear, not merely revUTAH, NEW MEXICO, INDIAN the penmanship about which t bo de- upon me with an emphasis and en- thnt tremendous fact my faith Is rein- enue tariff but absolutely free trade; TERRITORY, TEXAS, MONTANA. yet, also by his own showing, there risively critical. Tho internal evidence thusiasm such ns no one who hns not forced. Tho discussion Is abroad at und Tickets aood twenty days, with atop-ovwas not only if the truthfulness of the Ilible is so conversed ivlth him can fully nppre-elaton going trip. Passengere In the to who wrote these book of the growth In his no depression but rapid Baat ahould purohas through ticket pot Industry from tho mighty that no one man out of the sixund expressed by voice and ges- Hlble called the via the. BUrUINQTON ROUTE ot their Pentateuch teen hundred million of tho world's ture nnd illumined countenance his whether Moses or Illlklnh, or Ezra, time of the democratic triumph last naaraat ticket agent. For descriptive quarter for land pamphlet and further Information, to tho present population or the vnster millIn (iod and the or Samuel, or Jeremiah, or an- November statistics latest wrltetoP. S.IUSTIS.Cen'l Passenger d havo in J Hole Agent, Chicago, III. ru id lei 91 ions of the past ever read the Ilibleand of our nnd Christianity us the only hope other group of ancients. None of them which the furtl er refutation been Is needed. No nnd read It prayerfully ruined world. wrote It Hod wrote the Pentateuch, LYE arefully. but was led to lelieie lt IE WIS' 98 "That Is nil, Mr. (Hailstone, we will und In this day of stenography and Chicago Herald. I rOWDIKIDAHDrrRfUKED hn Murrax the famous book pub take of your time now, for, from the g K thnt ought not to be a difFinancial trouble. SSSSSSSS Ba fIKIUj lisher of IMliibnrKji tjnd,t'e Intimate reports of what is going on In England ficult thing to understand. The great Tfa vtronoral and puree! lve BflrY. friend of Southey, Coleridge, Walter Just now, I think you are very busy." merchants nnd lawyers nnd editors nnd Itepiitillrans lo lllaiue fur I'rrsrut llusl-nes- s ssssssssrrji, TO0- -. Untlke other a P? Powder and packed tn cm -- cott, HtaKoatlon nnd VVnslilii(fton Irvinff, A ujion the witness men vlth rrmovatilH contents tt ii are alieas readyltd, theuse aWill twiuj-li- t C'unnlnKMoore the poet, tho The next man put Kintore. und I ask businessnearly of our towns nnd cities The republican party cannot evade of stand Is the earl of m tor dictate nil their letters, they Hi( tonka tb pertjmed Hard Meiiiiiirs of Lonl llyron," and thej him what he thinks of Christianity, and lly sign them 4fJ responsibility for the threatened deficit after they are dictated. ssssV iosD In 30 minutes trithout hnll. were to lie published after Hymn's he replies; "Why do you ask 1110 that? mm (n; 11 ! tlie best forcltunnlrt The prophet nnd evangelist nnd In the treasury. InThe laws passed when lentil Jlut thej w,.ro mut nt to be, "Did you hear me preach Christ In npostle were Jehovnh's stenographers that pnrty was complete possession te pipes, dlilntectln; sinks, BSjijSjw wsninr unioes, Murray "The Midnight .Mission,' of They put down onlj of congress and administration in all its treen.etc n NXl.fctl.TM'f '(I tu, BB, rioKeis,. Atesi. run. A.,paints, mbllsheil, nlthniigii 'hatssannhnd paid Oh, yes! I remember!" Jlut I London?" or them I0,O(Xi see many what (iod dictated; He signed It after- parts Imposed obligations which cannot solemn stresus tin ruts ,m m , s melase when eight of the prominent witnesses present In the courtward. He has been writing his name be evaded until the laws themselves and U) a considerable; exitcrnry woplo of thosetimeit assem-le- d room, and I call you to tho witness upon it all through the vicissitudes of nre changed, these -in Albemarle street, after Hyron's, stand, but I have only u second of centuries. . trlcVsten tent not even without violation of reddlers selllmi lentil to deride what slimtld be done time for any of you. As you i pledged faith. It Is useless to plend powders of winch Alive Yet And In No Danger. ''Now that the last democratic houso mado la the "Memoirs which were pass nlong just give one sentence in JL they tay "same 'utrtfed and Mircliartred with defnmn- - regard to Christianity. "I'nder (Iod ns to your parents" said the life Insur- Appropriations In excess of the actual as Pesrline " " good as readme " 'iixandlndflirncieK. The ".Memoirs" It hns chnnged my entire unture," says ance agent, dipping his en In the ink revenues, though within the estimates. KeepaiznonTourwitsagainit re rend and pondcrrd, ond the de- - one." such. I'EAKLINKhss no equal "It brought ino from drunk- again, "do you come of a long-live- d The republican senate largely Increased "I do," answered the appll-can- t the house appropriations und Insisted sum eanii' that they must be burned, enness and poverty to sobriety and n B JAMES I'YLE, New York. "I may as well tell you tho on the greater portion of the Increase. ' d 11. it until the last words of those good home," says another. "It solaced M My father Is a Texns muirs went to nsh s did the liter- - uie when I lost my child," said another. truth. Even then republican claims wcro Ely's Cream Balm mndw Hint tho democratic house was luiiipitny separate Hut, BnpjHjao 'It gave me hope of future treasures all the best spirits of all ages wcro when my property was swept away by QUICKLY CUBE "I wonder why MIssLlghtop wenrt niggardly and crippling tho service by milled to decide the fate of tho the last pnnlc." says another. "It has that trying slilo of green?" "Meroy, false economy. U which is the last congress set GOLD IN HEAD Tho rrpubllconj-'lfty-flrs- t will and testn- - given me u peace and u, satisfaction It's because lt Udlllicult to mutch, and "t of our lleavenlv Father, and more to me than nil tho world beside," gives her such n uiagnlflcont chance to out to disperse the surplus and It suci memoirs of our I,ord Jesus, what I Price 6U CeiusTI says another. "It hns been to me light go shopping." Inter Ocean. ceeded but too well. It framed a tariff ' W the verdict'' siiau they burn and music and fragrance, nnd rndlant with tho avowed object of reducing ImApplr Hlmlntoetcb noilMI. r., lllt03.,MWirenfil..N V I111II A Defender of Pure Lnugiiage, thej live? lhP uiinnlinoitK anticipation," says another. Aht stop portations and if possible shutting out 1 "i 1111 is, 'i,ct it he though n' the procession of witnesses. Knoughl "Did you enjoy seeing the forelga some nrtlcles altogether, thus reducing ACRES OF LAND burn Then put together on the Enough! All those voices of the paat tribes at tho fa!r7" "Naw. 1 tried to revenues by making duties nearly or for sals b; tht Shut fitrt ier hand nil the debauchee, and and present have mightily Increased chin wld t'ree or four of dem on' day quite prohibitory, Tho result was at 4 Donna RsiLaeis ""'gates nnd assassins of the agea, our faith. COMrsrT la Ulassseta. Bend for Uspi and Circa. can't tpeak a word of deoent English." first not what was expected but the lara, Thsj sUl be seat te jou "t her unanimous verdict concernlnf by Chicago Jleoord. Again, our belief la The scheme now bldt fair to succeed. lliblo would be, "Let It burn." rxrhooologlcnl exploration. We mutt revenues are falling, the necessary ' I you, 1 do not say that all Infldela And the Mother Wept "What are expenditures keep on as before, the surconfess that good men at one tlmt Addreti HOPEWELL CLARKE, unmoral, but I do say that all the were afraid of a geologist's hammer you reading, Maud? Are you frittering plus has disappeared and a deficit Is LsmlCnmniUilunrr,!!!, I'ul,Mlna prgrnce and acoumlrelt of the unl und chemist's crucible and acrchwolc away your time on some trashy vol. threatened ull the result of republiclfsllla(MIM e agree with thorn No, mamma. an rapacity and recklessness. CleveHsvm about the Ullile. gist's Investigation, but now Intelligent uine?" "Frittering? ' me vote with those r- who believe lu Christiana nre recelvlnr and still ex- Unoon," Chicago Tribune. land J'laln Dealer mi$& filiLbJi Holy Scriptures. Men believe other pecting nothing but conflrmatloa from O.VT. V. BMTDKIt, M. !., Slnll D.pC - with "I catoh cold every time I spend 1 The McKluleyltes appear to be huir the evidence required 11 such sources. iil. MoVlokmr'a'X'liaaitar, Clilcmau. night in one of those Infernal sleeplna contemplating a dallclt In the treunury ' the Ilible. What supports the l'aleatlne Kxplor "A PullmanarJ with considerable ghoulish glee, Hok"IstlnguMifd Aimer Kneclnnd tlon Society? Contributions from cars said Smith." IsUbrilu Mlllnv Hi ;oni ecldora' hliarrsner esndJje.IorMLii'lf. I' ' the bcrlttums, um I trouble," observed Drown. Christian benefactor und then put churches and m I o THROES. Slethmts of High Tariff Highest of nil In Leavenlnf? Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Reports flra ' Btop-ove- e, tnsk-mnste- Constl-pkUo- 1 i 11 1 uiuto-elate- e 'Chief-.lnstic- ni-tf- d Rich Red Blood Ix-e- ii e With thu first nppenranceof flunnclnl distrust nnd deptcsIoit In the country came the cry of the protected that hard times were upon us because the grent industrial Interests must become in active until they knew definitely what a democratic congr ss would do by way of roiisltig the present tariff the president Issued bis call for an extra session nnd concisely set forth his rensotts for so doing, the benclkin rlcsof the McKlnley legislation were still netlve In proclaiming that rellel wis not to be found through lliinucinl legislation of it reformatory character, but must lie sought for In an assurance to the country that the special favors now granted certain great Interests would not l withheld. The New York Tribune nl first commended the nctlon of the president nnd declared that he had found the true lolutlou of the problem, but lt soon ndjustcd Its tone to that of the protected bnrons und placed the responsibility for the strln gency upon the dread of manufacturers thnt tariff legislation wns to be revised. KcpublU-ni- t members in either branch of congress have taken the same view. Heed lu the houso and Sherman In the seunto declared that the repeal of the luw which Wars the Litter's name would not bring the relief sought for. The shrewd political manipulators ol th entire republican party hnvestrlien to make political capital out of the stress of the times. Their double purpose was to rellcv the party of the odium attaching to Its responsibility for the Sherman bill, nnd at the same time to set public opinion against the change of the lows tinder which the protected have amassed wealth from the tribute exnetedof the masses. Thej wish to minify the Iniquity of one had law of their making and toguanl against the revision of the other Hut the facts are entirely against them. Their hypocrisy and bad faith nre made apparent In what has transpired since the convening of congress. The Wilson bill passed the house and it Is certain that a like measure will receive the approval of the senate. The country knows that the repeal ol the Sherman law Is no longer In doubt Immediately the signs of restored confidence ure apparent all along the line. Nowhere are these evidences more apparent than among the Industrial interests said to Is? depressed becnile ol uncertainty ns to the tnrlll legislation In the great of the present congress. manufacturing centers tho mills and the factories nre starting up. lalor is finding emplo) incut and capital In restored to the channels ot trade. To mnke the case still stronger against the theory that Iread of tariff revision precipitated hard times the work preliminary jto that revision, to be made in response to the declared w 111 ol the majority of the people, has nlrendy laws-Whe- lEM Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE IN FLOWCRS .Mesalnc STONE. ('arils anil Their t'te. Architectural rollace of llinra. To mSnV Oersons 111 llintr mmrtrv llotlCO Of arc llltenttlrnl fiillnr... atrnv J Instances of an underlying mesulng irni-,nave presenter ttiem-ses. Tho Egyptian had used the inv lo lear thn beams of his temple, binding Its stalks together for . IIWnIpI Of Ills titltnf nttil fiLniln II, capital after the flower, probably with ile'mlte symbolic intent, for a water lib scnrcel suggests Itself ns suitable for forming a column) we know, however that that plant was a sacred to lilin, constiitilly placed In the liitndtof his divinities, nnd Interwoven with iraillllons of Horns and the Sun, and l lowing this Its use becomes ami interesting. Altl(iigh the Greek acanthus would seem ti have no sueh fact to sunoort IL yet the, egend of Its origin bears something df the same spirit The architect Cnlllnmcius Is said to hare gone to visit toe grave or tils daughter, upon whose tomb lie'ind previously placed a basket ot flowers: tltvUnkiirsln meanwhile had sprung up about thn tlln upon which the basket stood and enolrcled Its line lattice w tli Its luxuriant herb age, nml this vts t tho artist immortal- , Ued In ib (W nthlnn rnpltnl. To the llom.ii mind, however, this looul rlrriitiistanre diH-- not atiiM-s- r to have Ken of stirllclcnl moment for such n xsltiiii of i'iirliinre, nnd in their capitals after this order they emplo) ed , nllnir to Sir William far morn numbers nn-- Mr. Ilslph N. W'ornum, who studied the question.) the ollie nnd laurel and parsley, foliage sacred to Minerva, Apollo and Hercules. And lu hrlstlan sr.hltecture the same In r prevailed. Sir Wnltrr tention inn) Scull's iiiliul seems apprehensive of this kind tiring the rase In the stone David's ruined pile," work ol when, speaking of the monk's jtanlen, says: Sjie,llsc herr- as-- flnners erleht, t,. V.rj e s ! em-ble- b There nre rules for the ttst of visiting rnrds, to violate thn least o which argues one's self out of society, which Is worse than to be wicked In the estimation of the fashionable world, A wiltteu enrd Is infinitely worse than no cant nt all. and so Indord Is sny thing but a dead white, smooth, but tinglnted bit of pastboard with ono't name engraved 011 in ornamental scrip! across Its center. The street nnd number may be added If desired, In th corner, and one's day lower right-hanfor iccelviug visits in tho lower left, hand corner- Hy one's iinmn Is iiiennl for a married woman the full name o her husband, without title or Indication of his profession, preceded by Mrs. For the eldest of a family of daughters simply the family name preceded by Miss, while each younger sister has her full name on her enrd. A widow la allowed to choose between her own and her late husband's name on her visiting curd thn latter considered somewhat preferable for soclnl usage, while her own Is Invariable signed In mntteis of buslnrss. Philadelphia Iron-clnd - Press. . s (hi-,-- l Hnclerln am simply mlcroscople plants of varying alrea and shapes, some of them so smnll that 1X000 laid end to end would not make a row more thnn an Inch In length. Some nre lint others round or oval, and still others are rod shaped. The oddest form of all Is thnt of the one that Is the In ev.net counterpart of a corkscrew ull cnea they nre to minute thut one nrcils n Miwrrftll mkroseope in order to study them, nud In no rase cnti they U (lercelved with the unaided eye 1 t 1 DIUIenrJ Nor herb, Ilul ih ike te initi'eleM eiTt Contemporaryarches sssir " Itevlew. n, r f tiM. rlof rel fll.lese-- t er mere. alone. The Idea hns Wen suggested that In certain conditions of hysteria a Judiciously administered pinch of snuff might have a Wnetlrial effect J'aiiilllnr to eer one Is thn pervereness wild which such hysterica! uttacks resist ordinary remedies, and It seems not Improbable that some of tlirm might be curtailed by a period well-know- n of vigorous sneezing. Heform, like charity, must begin at home. Once well nt home, how will II radiate oul ward. Irrepreklble, Into nil that we touch und handle, speak and work, kindling ever new light by Incal- y d nt o e Hood'sCures nHOFPBURN J, ... .. Maoazln6irJir.s?ss.1. ) lar-loa- mtr 1 er e, pul-llshe- iii-s- type-writin- the I.re.lllM-tn-aass- f saasl u 'r type-writer- s. y QL alllCl credits paralyzed at once the producer't ubillty to manufacture, tho merchant's to sell and the consumer's to buy. As the money market shown signs of im provement with the prospect of tho repeal of the Sherman net, mills and factories, east and west begin to stnrt up again, ns was shown by the reports ol the past week. These incidents point out unmistakably nt onco the cause of the trouble and tho remedy. Theiu Is no panic material lu tariff reform. Tho people have demanded It by a decisive vote. Some few favored interests muy fenr It, but to tho musses of the people It will bring henllng and Courier-Journu- publican Capital. Ham's Horn. goes wrong . seems scarcely possible that any THE MARKETS. one should believe thnt the depression In business' Is due to the election ol i rixusKiTi.s Cleveland, and the hope that tho need f.IvriTOTK-rati- le u tm curomon'l less burdens of the people will bo re a a Seeeri 1 hrrs 10 a a Still many persons assert il movetl vmrr.'ti t hi e i very confidently; and, although tin Sill Iivnl e ters : n) Bill 1 Aim T leaders know better, those who take ri Ult- Wheat No t red may n- t. CHAIN- - tvmn-- (smllr their opinions at second-hanX 61 In every case. Hut the facts of the sit5 1? N'AJre.1 ,.., e. o i I miieil . uation, when examined, show thai .. .. O lH m So fmtii-i- l such assertlens are absurd. 'a. I r?liw HA -- Prime During the first half of the year 18ir TlHACCo-lritu- m to rbeke . 10 00 Cltl) leaf was prosthe manufacturing business Ull 0 l i.ood Irat CUM perous, lt was perfectly well known PHi'VIMO.N.S Mm irk iei.r all the time that n reform of the tarlll lit l It ttalr J s r 6 was contemplated, but there wns Prime t ctwteei crearaerj 10 tM Arrl.ts-r- tr tin I'orty-elgh- t textile companies I'llAlOKS-r- er .. tbL JIM were organized in the south during the nj:v youic. six months ended June SO. IS9.I, whllt cr . OIM I North'n .su were orgunlrd in thf but thirty-onNo a ji'i corresponding part of IbOi. The cotton rxiKS Inilt mlirtt Na tel .. mills actually set in operation during K'.a i" to mess this period are put by tho Textile IMHK-Ne- w Westers siesta . ... ir 10 tilt to C I.AHIi against fortjr World at twenty-fou- r CJIIOAOU I ro a 1 ro during the first half of 192; but tin ' t ml.... w. same authority says that the mills thii ev V, JI'MClfll iprlDtf year were of good size and in strong Cirn Na t i's-.S'hands and that their productive ca- limit-M- rs aS 16 11 It so pacity wilt compare favorably with n ,. .. year. The aam those started last IIAITlMOttr. paper says that the dividends of the no w UKAIN-W- h. ill-t Kail Itlver mills for May, June anl July last averaged U.21 per cent, or nt OH o the rate of nearly nine per et nt pet I.AII Helmed l oi annum. Of mills for knitted goodr I'CKK Me . .. :i rrii fifty-on- e w c " were opened during the first Iltx.s Western in the INIHAN.sl'OMM half of 1M)3, against forty-eigh- t UHAIV"Whel-N- o. t corresponding part of Its'J'i. e ... id No. ; mlinl Now, It Is very plain that if the pros. . txii Ka :inliel pect of tariff reform hnd been going to touisvittn. paralyze business, it would have Wgun FIjOCR-Wlti- ter o its Mtenl u srril .... operations directly after the election. UJtAlN Whcat-V- o. Cum Mllf.t It Instead of that " And manufacturers ., (4' Ml Jul ft (O Ulrbuilding nnd opening new mills, and or- I'OHIi- - Mess . now companies for the purose t.AHU ganizing of building and opening others. Everything was promising until the disturli-ancin the money market the closing of banks nnd the vlotent contraction of Antnrrril. Hrown lloi often hate 1 told jou commenced. The nays nnd means not to pln lull lu the houe? committee has had It under consideraJohnny Kiery time you've cnught tion for several days, and the men who me at It- - Judge. are clamoring for n hearing before It are of the protected class which were no man to be so famlllsr supposed to hate withdrawn their with you ns lo praKr you to )our face. money from business nnd closed down Your ramty by this means nR want their establishments through fenr. Its food, at the same time tour ptisslon They know that tariff reform Is Inev- for esteem is III l more fully gratified; itable, that the country ha demanded men "111 prabr you In their nctions; It yet they have resumes! business re- where mi now receive one compliment alize that the crisis passed with the re- yon wi I then receive twenty civilities. peal of the Sherman law. and are themSteee selves supplying the Irrefutable eviTI em He Tough Times "I gave dence that the proposed changes In brenst of the chicken. Mr tho tariff laws did not occasion tho you t1 have you nny complaint?" brief period of hard times. Detroit (irowb "None it all, Mrs. Sllmdlet, It Is fully Free Press. abren' of the times." Arkansaw TRUTHS ABOUT TARIFF REFORM. Trnve r A good man Is killed when a boy AhsurUltr of JSrarr Maries ltrtsle.1 fur !t 1" . culable rontsglon, spreading In geometric ratio far and wide, doing good only wherever It spreads, and not evIL Corlyle. Mr. -- Making Allowance Old imnrder (going 011 his vacation) What do you think of this bathing tultr landlady Isn't It too big? OMtnunler Uh, I guess not. I espeol to fatten up in the next few days. Thn only Joya which live and grow aro those, we therewith other. Ham't Horn I It 1 frv aS tsV .VTjtsAHVBW VV IV Kjc-.S- 11 Kl'-Oi- lie LH11W-SMW- d r - iii civ orn-S- 5 KNOWLEDGE tends to personal enjoyment vhrn rightly sea. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life more, with lest cxpciiillturr, by more promptly adapting the world't lct products lo the needs of p'lyideal txlng, will attest tho value to health of the pure liquid embraced In the laxative- principle remedy, Syrup of rigs, lu excellence, is due to its presenting In th form most acceptable and pleasant to the (site, the refreshing and truly perftct laxbeneficial properties of ative ; effectually cleansing the tyitem, 11 n t'.H-iT- uixh Urinp comfort nnd Improve ment and . mirit-Pelrlotsa- e aiiAIV-rtsMl-- in ai in -- I1ATS-Ml- nit'lt-Wlnlerpslf- (IIAIN'-Ukeet-- -- fs I.AUIi-Slest- n ni-rsm- iir. No. iKIa-Ml- iril - CAIII.K-Flrilqual- llj. 1 1 dispelling colds hcadncliet and fever ami ermtnentiy curing corutlpstlnn. It bat given satisfaction to millions slid tnrt with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and llowcls without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable tubftatice. Syrup of Figs it for sale by all druggists in 60c nml 1 bottles, but It it manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Kyrup of Flg, nnd being well Informed, you will not accept any tubttituto ii oUoeu. - Mf-ir- e M yj 1 train-robber.- " wmm -- 1,000,000 touched for the present we venture to it whnt It predict that that course, may, will Und neither support nor sympathy from thn republican press. The republican cry may bo for or against tariff revision now, but let tho democratic congressmen once dccldu upon their plan of action and immedi ately will go up to heaven a cry of opposition thereto that will astonish the uninitiated and those who muy not Know what Insincerity nnd puerility He back of a republican howl. Niag1 Justice of tlic" Peace, GeorRc Wilkinson, of IowvilIe, Murray Co., Minn., makes rt deposition concerning a Bcverccolil. Listen to it. "In the Spring of 18S8, through I contracted rt very severe cold that settled on my lungs. This was accompanied liy excessive night sweats. One bottle of Ifoschcc's relief. Louisville German Syrup broke up the cold, sweats, and all and left me Whatever courso congress mny night I can pursuo In thn tnrlll mutter wlietlicr in a good, healthy condition. the members shnll tnke It up Immedi- give German Syrup my most earnest d ately or whether they shall leave It un- commenda'iou." "German 1mmm JSH Syrup" t?? BR tt V E.s . W I ts 5 DOSTON. MASS. TDUTrsds Mark lion IS WATERPROOF COAT ri1uitrsM4 ltslegu " In tho World A, J. TOWLR. Il'lsn's Itemrclj tot Csttrrb It the to Use, am ClicUi el HoM liv foe. A itnits'lts 1 iisieiuno, narreji, ru gaj or rent by mall N K -- i: wnr.N lrr. lal that ; 1400 AuvritTistits ri.i:sa wiiirisuTo IS In lale sw A4erflMel "LOVERS OF THE WEED" who in 0 looking for Should always uso . The BEST GHEW of TOBACCO on EARTH, HORSE SHOE PLUG. THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSQ THE COOK HAD NOT USED ara Cataract a grent piece of political economy In these times of flnnnctal stringency to have the local political bureaus of the g, 0. p typo located In different municipal departments. It leaves the settlement of the bills to thn taxpayers and Insures faithful service. It Is Uffi sarsuii tan urn tm? II.HliirU-IUrltcira.Co- . rM for public, pnp in hnnd is more of 1111 In centive thnn nil the republican promises thnt nil Improved stratn-puwopress could print from now to elvallqn I i tlmei iMi-ul- t Pre r GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINE99t SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN, SAPOLIO ?ZZ & 11 3eaflMMeaiMfe9B!iietiLV ssa&s&sass&mm tTiJ- -' Z. .- - 7n.rvv. ." , f . r THROES. THE PEOPLE. all IiIr money Into nil enterprise for tho saw thn marks of. tho shovels of thai rONCUE.LASHING recovery of thnt hocuscus "Cnpt. exploring society amid the ruins nl Dip spoaltr of I'rolri llmi In Ilia tlresl el ua rrerrptor. Kldd's treasures." Kneelnnd's (alth for ancient Jericho, nnd all up and down OlTered For the Infidel Who H.is Read doing so being founded on a man's the Dead sen to Cesnren l'hillppL "Dig liov MeKlnley's opening cntnpnlgn stntcment thnt he could tell where away," says tho Church of (Iod, "and speech nt Akron, (V, was a prolonged tho Bible Twice. at the American people for rethose treasures were burled from the the deeper you dig tho better I like ' looks of n glass of water dipped from The discovered monuments of Egypt jecting the Ism which bears his name Ihc Itennril Is Offered lly lf 1 ilmage. the Hudson river. The Internal evi- have chiseled on them the story of the at the xill last Nocmler. McK'Inley unit No Atlul.t Is llnrred, VU I sen dence of the authenticity o( the Scrip- sufferings of the Israelites in Egyptian thrushes the people over the back of Col. Sermon lis Met tures Is ko exact nnd so vivid thnt no bondage ns we Hud It in tho Hible, thu democratic party, but he knows T. IletMtt Tallnnge, l man, honest nnd sane, can thoroughly there In imperishable stone, representa whom he is hitting. t.ilr-nni'lhis tcrmon nt Hroohlwi and continuously nnd prayerfully read tlons of the slave, of the whips and nl Ina speech delivered last January, s Sunday nfternoon, l!i I'r l'c them without entering their disciple-shi- the who compelled the senator llrlce said that the question mull-- e Itt Tnlmnjje prcnclied to n vnt So I put that Internal evidence making of bricks without straw. Ex whether the got eminent should n co on tho subject of -- i: mdirce to create or build up American paramount. How nreyou led to believe litimed Nlnevoh nnd Habylon, with metit," the text lielnp: Ijttke ill . fi In n letter you receive from husband.or their dusty lips, declare the Hlble true industries of any kind by the use of the "l.onl, Increnso our fnlth." Napoleon's soldiers In the Egyptiar taxing power "has Wen nnswereil w Ifo or child or friend"' You campaign pried up a stone, which you bv the American people for the present "What n jilty he Is poit(,' there'" aiil You know the handwriting. Chicago. my friend, n most ilMinfHlhe I gener-il- l know tho style. You recognlre the may find in the Hrltlsh museum, as I itt least, and their verdict must le o( the nrmy, when lie DocTOn (on shipboard, to Invnlld passeni tuld thnt sentiment. W'hen the letter conies you remember it, presenting, perhaps twi 'nrrtrt! into execution." Quoting this, this morning, I'm the reason (or my tint lielnfr pn sent on do not summon the postmaster who feet of lettered surface. M hinley due not venture to deny ger) "You nre prelt) afraid, Mr Hmllh" Invalid Passenger tiny In Hri'Uljn "i"1 t,ln' stamped It and the Histmaster who rehave people It contains words In three languages that the American " IK lor Woll, horn In ono n eelebrateil "Aw full (or the Holy ceived It, or the letter-carriwho That stone was the key that unlocked mswered the question most distinctly. grain o( comfort (or j oil " lninlul I'nssen-ge- r on that iltiy had nailed "No uc, doctoi , 1 couldn't retain it a I, und. "Iho democratic brought it to your door, to prove that the meaning of all the hieroglyphics nl tmt he remarks; second." "Why do you any tlint"" imiulred it Is a genuine letter. The Internal ev- tombs and oWllshs, and tells over ami theory must Is- - carried into execution s some one. over again the same events which It is that which has alarmed the people, idence settles It, and bj the same In tlin (Iraap of a Cruel Knrmr 'li. he My military friend replied The sulphurout snil well It may " He impudently savs you can fores er settle the fact that Moses recorded. Hosts of people writhe through life ton t nmld grave ntieumatlsm oueo fullv de- will bo disillusioned when heg the HHile Is the handwriting nnd com- graves of Sodom and (lomorrnh hav in effect that the people have alarmed veloped is n ceaseless tormentor, nnd ulunvs the squalor and commonplace cenes o( munication of the infinite (iod. been Identified. Tho remains of tin themsehes Talking to the democrats, threaten life from Its liability to attack n rnlektine, nnd his fulth will ! haken Furthermore, as I have already Inti- Tower of Mabel hnve been found. As but at the people who have frightened rllaJ part, Hestcator's rttotnurh Hitters, in ( hrlstlunity, for that Is often the re- mated, we may increase our faith by syrlan documents lifted from the sand themsehes, he sajs: "Now If they will used early and contlnuouslj, will bring re, Mill." lief and prevent evil consequence. the testimony of others, l'erhapa we and Hehlstun Inscription, hundreds ol ii. v change front, if they will only liver, malarial anil kidney Tho (rent general misjudged the of lesser brain may hnve Wen overcome feet high up on the roi-kif they will only nssure the echo nnd re debllltv and nnrvnuncss niftcotn case. nn try that this deplorable change by superstition or c.ijnled Into an ac- echo the truth of Hlble history. The pletelv remedied by this highly sanctioned 1 went to the Holy l.nnd for the onu ceptance of a hollow pretension. So signs of the time Indicate that almost will not come, they will till the hearts medicine. trengtli-ened. of havlnp; will this morning, turn this house into escry fact of the Hible from lid to lid of millions with cheer and courage and "Pipii't jou know you were doing ' wrong ptiriHispand thnt wnsinv (nith the remit which a court-roonnd summon witnesses will find its corroboration lu ancient snitideiire." and various other tilings when you counterfeited that dollar! asked In came of It In all our Jonrm-wittftha ludg of the juuug eulpnt "No and you shall be the jury, and 1 now city disentombed, or ancient wall, No doubt If they will only reverse their didn't Judge. The (act Is tlio etigiaving all our reading, in nil our intlons. Impanel you for that purpose, and cleared from the dust of ages, or nn verdict against the system of licensed work on thatdollar 1 msdels worth tiro ilol In all our plans, atipi'tentiui"" rather the robbers will lie happy. will put upon the witness stand men cient document unrolled by archieolo-gis- t robts-rlara and fl(ty cents any day " Haiper'a than the depletion of Our faith, should whom the world acknowledge to 13 I oiieoriitng the Sherman act McKlti-leDatar. be our chief desire. It l eas enough strong tntellectuallj, and whose eviHefore the world rolls on ns far Intr has to say that the great majority CoKrrrfon E D. ioouts, Detroit, Mich , can j,'lve dence in any other court-roowould the twentieth century as it has alremh of the republicans in congress are ays: "The effect of H.ill'a CiUrrh Cine Is to have our faith destroyed rolled Into the nineteenth nn In openlv committed to Its repeal. The wonderful." W rile hint about 1U Sold by j ou a recipe for "Its obliteration. le Incontrovertible. books, Infidel Head Druggists, 5c. hate long-nnwill not call to the witness stand fidel w 111 be a man who does not be republicans were responsible for that frequent o( tho (lospel, (or he lleVe his own senses, and the volume" act, just us the democrats, as McKinley cotnorsnt ons with mentioned In Ti gentleman no often wuli his gate, skeptics, attend the lectures of those nny minister might Ih prejudiced. There are two now critical nnd denunciatory of the iivserts, will be responsible for the nets novels, who rlsoted awing ways of tnklng an oath lu n courtroom. Hlble, If not entirely devastated bv tha of the present congress The repubhas nowobtalned permanent employ lucul at antagonistic to religion, pir full a bolls r manufactory, to M)me bad hbltViiidjyonr (alth will One Is by putting the lips to the Hlble lHok worms, will be taken down from licans admit thnt the Sherman net, for gono that you will nnd the other is by holding the right the shelf ns curiosities of ignorance which they were responsible, so completely has Honey of le Ccnn your cough with Ila'-'laugh nt the ide.i thnt you eter had hand toward Heaven Now, as In this and idiocy All success to the picicnxri wrought great harm, else they would Horebound and Tor. and tmwder blastings ol not be so eager for its repeal. The Pike's Toothache Drop Cure in one minute. .iny. Hyouw.int to ruin yonr f.iith cne It is the Hlble that is on trial, we nnd crow-barparty Is not infallible, therefore, bv ion can do it mmr easily thnu you can w ill not ask the w'itness to put the Hl- those apostles of archieologicnl e,d now get Into my coat of mall," re- do nnything else After believing the ble to his lips, (or that would imply "I will I like the ringing defiance .il MeKlnley's ow u admission. If it greatmarked the letter when it saw the slumped Hlble all m life can see n plain n.iv that the sanctity nnd divinity of the the old Hugenots to the assailants l ly Injured the country by passing the envelope. I could enlist iKxik is settled, and that would Ik- - lag- Chtlstianlty: by which, in si w"ka, "round nway, s mi Sherman act It may have liijured the Ueicium's Pills will dislodge bile, stir up my voice nnd pen mil heart nml head ging the question. Your country far more by passing tho McSo I will nsk each rebels! hammers the liver, oure sick tiodnches, und uiako ind entire nature in the lombariliiient (foil's Word Kinley net. witness to lift his hand toward Heaven but the anvil of you (eel well. 33 cents a box if the Scriptures and the church and in nfllrmntlon huso, chief stands." lint McKinley. of course, thinks it How wonderfully the old sninnel 11 that I now hoi siercd ALTMOl'on fully as sensitive to p.iln ns justice of the supreme court of the book hangs together It Is a library did not. (n the contrary, he thinks it other people, It is a fact that iho diiifuml That It is easy to banish soon nnd I'nited States, appointed by President made up of sixty six Iwrnks. and writ-te- did the country n Mist deal of gmxl dumb man Is happiest when liu Is foreternll revjiect for the Hlble I prove Lincoln, will take the w itness stand. by nt least thirU-ninauthors It The people, in his opinion, have Buffalo Courier. ly the fact that so many have done It t base, upon your oath, is a supernnturul thing that they hare brought ruin upon the country by comMiJT a tramp who has aked only for They were not particular! v brainy nor state what vou hnve to say about stuck together. Take the writings nl missioning the democratic party to renickels and dimes has found himself sup had especial force of will but they so ttl, tM,i commonly called the Hlble " nny other thirty-ninauthors, or any peal that act und give the country n piled with quarters at the isuiktiuuso thoroughly rccompl shed the oter- - The witness replies: "It is the anticiten authors, or any five authors, m! revenue tariff tnsU-aBuffalo Courier. of their faith that they have no throw "There came a time in mj life when put them together, and how long urni.il pation of tariff reform, or free trade, or llib'e is true or that I doubted the divinity of the Scriptures, they stay together'' Hooks of "elegant u revenue tariff which has set the The amateur photographer has n hshit of more idea that the hiuU ( hristianity amount' to nnything than and I resohed, as a lawjer and judge. extracts" compiled from many nuthri country where It Is." It is this alono taking almost anything except Bomervllle Journal. they have in th truth of the "Arabian I would try tha book as I would try are proverbially short-Hienever that has caused "this wholesale curNights' Kntertulnmrnts " or the exis- anything In the court-rootaking evi- knew one such look, which, to use ths tailment of prodtictitm and dismissal of spito of their proverbial slowness, telIs egraph messengers go ubout with u great tence of Hon tjnlvito's "windmills." dence for and against. It was n long publisher's phrase, "hnd life in it" f t employes from their accustomed workdeal of dispatch. They have dcstrojci' their faith so and serious and profound study, and live years Why is It that the Hit. e. shops" It Is by this alone that "the will have a using the same principles of evidence in made up of the writings of at least splendid prosperity of a year ago has thoroughly that the return of it. Fifty re null of religion these religious matters as 1 always do thirty-nin- e authors, has kept together been transformed Into a situation of may sweep over the eit. the town, the in secular matters, I have come to tho for a long line of centuries when tho such business gloom." For feeling of neighliorhood where they live, and decision that the Hible is a Mijiernnt-ura- l natural tendency would hare been to All this has been said before and of the I n. ion book, that it has come from (iod, lly apart like loose sheet, of paper completely answered by the organs of slipntion and p r rtr thev will feet nothing but a silent or .!, cuffttlon of the expressed disgust. There are persons nnd that the only safety for the human when a gust of wind blows upon them? tlio protected Industries themselves, IIooil harvipir l.i li.is in this house y who twenty years race Is to follow Its teachings." "Judge, It Is because (rod stuck them to- which have compiled statistics showing norlrsl Mt tl "! ss In very ci"ia t. n ago gave up their faith, and they will that will do. (io back again to your gether nnd keejis them together Hut that there was an Increase instead of Since taking 11. .nl s.ar never resume it pillow of dust on the banks of the for that Joshua would have wandered a curtailment of production for six saparlila I line r h1 Iwll of Ohio." .Nest I put upon the wit- off in one direction and Paul into an months or more after the verdict of Ihe black and deop-tnerich, red til.o,t an i do not M .tit is 1 - i t doom hangs over their head and I take ness stand a president of the I'nited other, and Ezekiel into another, nnd the people was rendered and known. , has II kxI s Bars put prord i s merit to me the hammer of that boll, and I strike it Stntes .lohn Qulney Adatnv "lVesi-Iden- t Luke Into another, and Habakuk into Hut we may let McKinley nnswer r:3 three times with all in might, nnd it ST 11 ssltw toailwh.ial Adams, w lint have you to say about another, and the thirty-ninauth r himself Mns ,M. r sounds. Woe' woe! woe' Hut my wish, mmr It fair r Spenking of his own precious infant directions. the Itible nnd I hristianity?" The pres- Into thirty-ninI'm tho Toms, N'antu.tt and the wish of most of you. Is tho ident replies: "I have for many jears writings of Shakespeare and Tennyson industry he says. "I assume thnt tin prayer expressed by the disciples to made It a prac. ice to read through the and Longfellow, or nny part of them, plate is to be made free becnuse the Jesus Christ in the words of my text: Hible once a year. .My custom is to together, how long would they stsy last house of representatives, which "Lord. Increase our faith " read four or five chapters every morn- together? No book bindery could keep was democratic, made It free by Sc. Sick Headache. Hood's Pills Cure The first mode of accomplishing this ing immediately after arising from my them together. Hut the cannon 'f n party vote. Tho splendid (tin plntei do not bed. It employs about an hour of my Scripture is loaded now with the san.o industries which have been built up in Itself. Is to study the Hible HEPBURN LINEi" lelieve there is an Infidel now nllve time and seems to me the most suita- ammunition with which prophet nnd our country, and which have supplied "THE who has read tho Hible through. Hnt ble manner of beginning the day. In npostie loaded it. llrlng me all tno employment for sonnany workiugmen, OH, as so iuujMirtnnt a document needs to what light soever we regard to the Hibles of the enrth Into one pile, and are to be closed nnd this, the greatest be- read at least twice through in order Hlble THE MISSING LINK, whether with reference to revel- blindfold me so that I can nut tell h consuming nation of tin plate in the that it may lx thoroughly understood, ation, to history or to morality, it is an difference between day nnd night, and world, will hereafter buy this product I1Y nnd read in course. I now offer MOO re- invaluable ami inexhaustible mine of put Into my hand any one of nil that abroad, unless onr lalsir is brought any Infidel who has read the knowledge and virtue." Next I put Alpine mountain of sacred books and dow n to the degraded level of comMRS, MARY HOLMES, ward to Hible through twice and read it in upon the witness stand Sir Isaac New put my finger on the last rage of peting lajior." I not take such a man's and let JmTA'ilow It, alio. eVaMs .Tf arrolriiie free tin plate bill was Author of "Tempest nnd Sunshine." course lint can(or there fa no founda- ton, the author of the "I'rlnclpia." and I own word for ft, last "Lena Hirers," "Darkness nnd Day- tion for integrity except the Hible. nnd tho greatest natural philosopher the vou what Is on the next page, namely, ' passed long lcfore the election ofgave world hiijS ever seen. "Sir Isaac what the first chapter of Exodus, or while November and when the people light," etc , Is contained in ihe man w ho rejects the source of truth have you to say concerning the Hible?' thus blindfolded, put my finger on the iHilltical power to tho party which I accept his truthfulness' election it LlDDincou's Maoazine now canmust hate another witness in The philosopher's reply is: "We ac- Inst chapter of Matthew, and let mo passed the bill nt that plate would was so I be count the Scriptures of (ixl to be the know it, I will tell you what is on tho .ust os certain thot tin 20 For October (published September Uic caS(, l)0foro j pivo t tho re,VaPl most sublime philosophy " next page, nnmelj the first chapter of made free as It has been at any time Also, must have the testimony of some one Next I put upon the witness stand Mark. In the pile of five hundred mil- since. The tin plato Industry ought, TWO BELLIfJORENT SOUTHRONS. who hns seen him rincl It through the enchantment of letters. Sir Walter lion Hibles there will be no exception. therefore, to have been arrested nsiee Infidels llsh In this lllblr for scott; and when I ask him what he I!y Waller. In other words, the book gives mo at once, according to McKinley incoherciicies nml contmiHctlons and thinks of the plnce thnt our great liook confidence by its supernatural adhesion Nut another establishment should RUNNINQ THR BLOCKADE. (Illus.ibstinlltlcs, nnd if yon find their Itible, ought to take among other books he nl writing to writing, hven the stout- have In operation been put trated.) Hy Hmma II Frrtovso.v. k replies: "There is but ono book and est interlineations in the vou will UNVEILED. (PorNECROMANCY ship sometimes shifts its car- i:.:t what are the facts? McKinley some of the chapters nf that is the Hible." Next I put upon go, and that Is what lnado our says that the product was nearly traits.) I'kof. and Mns. IlErtiuux.N. if .lonah nml that unfortunate prophet ncnrly sum the stand the most famous geologist of peril the greater in the ship pounds. In tho three month end-A DEED WITH A CAPITAL I). (NotaIn some parts of all time Hugh Miller, an elder of Dr. (ireeee of the National line, use, nnd when Ing the !iOth of last June. And he reHy Ciiarlks nit b iniich ble Stories, No. VIII.) ill (uthrle's I'resbyterian church, In S'cond Isninuel or Iirst Klnis, you the cyclone struck us off the coast of fers u to Special Agent Aycr'n reports, M. SKINNKR. Ilnd dim with fhitrerinnrhs; hut the and I'araday, and Keppler, and Newfoundland, nnd the cargo of iron which show the following totals of tin Iso poems, eiuys, stories, etc., byfavorlte authors. paes which contuin the Ten nnd terne plates produced In different they all testify to the same thing. had shifted as the ship swung from story and the Tsnlms of Itarnl They all say the Hible is from (iod and I IDDIIinflTT'C orltlniltJ the comj-l'to starWird und from starboard quarters, beginning with the quarter (, LlrrinUUI I O U varlc.1 and the ,1 on the Mount, nnd that the mightiest Influence for good to lurlxmrd. Hut thanks lie to (ind this bcfiirt the election of last November: anj inttrestlng miscelUm is one f the mtt sttrait-W- e Vrodnclion lit the Hook of M. .John the Kianre-listwi- that ever touched our world is Christi- Hlble ship, though it has been In thou- Quontr tmllng all t.rws Magnifies now pui HsheJ F r vjl a), iaW.r. in J book dealers, binele number. s lenis, re' not hnve a single lead i'iieil anity. "Chancellor Kent! What do sands of years of tempest, has kept its Sent SI lrwn 17MHI annum, Jjoo .trohe in the margin, nor any fanner you think of the Hlble?" Answer: "No cargo of gold and precious stones com- March 31. Istfl ."J,.Vi,.1m llrriNCOTT'S MAIiAZIM:, rhII.leI.Iila- '1 he , June SO, isii io.iii,uil 'narks show inp frequent txxik ever addressed itself so other pact and sure and in all the centuries MeKlnley's own statement of the father of one of the presidents of the and s pathetically to the nothing about It has shifted. There HARVES1 i'nited Mates was a pronounced infidel judgment und moral sense of man they stand, shoulder to shoulder, production of last quarter Is added to I knew it when, many year aifo. I ac- kind, Hurkc: Miut do DuviiL and Solomon and Isainh complete the table. These figures show since EXGURS90NS cepted his invitation to spend the night jou think"hdinundHlble?" of tho and Jereminh nml Eeklel nnd Dan- a large Increase in every quarter They .lust licfore retiring he Answer "I have rend the Hlble iel an llosea and Joel nnd Amos nnd the 30th of Scpluniler last year. in his home Will be run from CHICACO, PEORIA and ou morning, noon and night, and have Obadinh, and Jonah, and Micnh, and certainly do not show that MeKlnley's aitl in ii jocose way: "I Mippose OT. LOUIS la ths ir- - necustomeii to read the Ililile li'fore ever since been the happier nnd better Nullum, and llabbakuk, andZephanlah, special proteges, the tin plate makers, BURLINGTON ROUTE nnd here is iny I'.ildc man for such reading." Next put upon and Iluggai, and .ncharlah, and were frightened into "wholesale cur.'.mil,' to frmu which to read " Ho then tnl me the stand William II (Jhidstone, the Malachi, and Matthew, and Mark, and tailment of production and dismissal AUGUST 22, SEPTEMBER 12, what portions ho would like to have head of the I'ngllsh goserninent, aim I Luke, nnd John, and 1'aul and I'eter. of employes" by the prospects of free in read, and he only nskeil for thos hear him saying what he said to me All tlmre. and with n certalnlty of be- trade In tin plate. Thus McKinley himOCTOBER 10, (M.rtinns on which he could easili be in January of ls'.Kl, when, in reply to ing there until the heavens and the self furnishes a complete refutation of hi assumption and assertion that the f ii On this dates ROUND-TRI- P his telegram. "1'ray come to Ilawarden earth, the creation of which Is TICKETS of production and "busi I visited him will be SOLD at Then and mi know vou can make fun about in the first book of the Hlble, curtailment 1 Mippose you could take there I asked him as to whether, in the shall have collapsed, and the white ness gloom" have been caused by fear iii thing In the case nf tin tin last letter your father or mother passage of years, his faith In the Holy horse of the Conqueror, described in of tariff reform. To all points In NEBRASKA, KANwrote and Ilnd something in the Scriptures and Christianity was on the the last Hook of the Hlble, shall paw plate there was, by hi own showing, esi-SAS, COLORADO, WYOMING, very reason to fear, not merely revgnumiKir or spellinff, or tho tremor of increase or decrease, and he tunwl the dust In universal demolition UTAH, NEW MEXICO, INDIAN lly absolutely free tariff the penmanship ahoul which to lie do-- i upon me with an emphasis and TERRITORY, TEXAS, MONTANA. that tremendous fact my faith Is rein- enueyet, also but his own showing, trade; by there isively critical. Tlio internal evidence such as no one who has not forced. The discusMon Is abroad a und Tickets Kood twenty days, with stoponly wns .f the truthfulness of the Hlble is m conversed w Ith him can fully appreover on solng trip. Passentters In the to who wrote these Iwioks of ths grow not in hi no depression but rapid East should purohnse pet industry from the th tickets niight that no one man out of the six- ciate, and expressed by voice nnd ges- Hlble l'entateuch--wheth- er called the via the USW.INOTON throush of their ROUTE democratic triumph last teen hundred million of the world's ture and illumined countenance his nearest ticket agent. For descrptle Moses or Illlklnh. or Ezra, time of the land pamphlet and further Information, present population or the vaster mlll-i- " faith In (iol and the or Samuel, or Jeremiah, or an- November to the latest quarter for write to P. B. KUSTIS.Cen'l Passenger "f the past ever rend the Hible. In Hlble and Christianity as the only hope other group of ancients. None of them which the statistics hnve been pulf Agent, Chloago, III. rotn td ioi si No further refutation Is needed. urse. and read It prayerfully and of our ruined world. wrote) It. (iod the l'entateuch, Hshed we EWIS'98ca LYE .irefullj but was led to belue it. "That is all, Mr. (Hailstone, from will and In this daywrote stenography and Chicago Herald. of the type-- rltlng that ought not to be a difI 10 WDIRID AUB FER7VXZD din Miirrav, tho famous book take of your time now, for, (rjLTXSTlD) the Financial trouble. 4 of Kdlnburh and the Intimate reports of what Is going on in Kngland ficult thing to understand. The great HMBT Tfcr. itrf,riQt$t end purat I.ve a friend of Southev. Ciileriilge, Walter just now, 1 think you are very busy." merchants and lawyers and editors nnd ltepnhllrnna to lllsnie for 1'rrarnt ramflr V'nTtUe other I.ye.Uljclr.j BaaalnA a fine bbbbIAMj MnKiisltrin. nowder sod uscked ins ran rott, ( unnini; and Washliiifton Irving, The next man put upon the witness business men of our towns and cities w'th rrmoTiblH 11J, the contents aaawtf nralna)s naay tor use Wilt iM.uglit of Moore the poet, the stand Is the earl of Klutore. and I ask dictate nearly all their letters, they The republican party cannot evade IBBBJ MeiuoirH of Lord Ilyron." and they him what hethlnksof Christianity, and responsibility for the threatened deficit make the perfumed Ilsrd rdgn them after they are dictated In HO minutes without toll- - were to lie pulililied m after Ilyron's ho replies. "Why do jou ask me that? The prophet nml evangelist and in the treasury. The laws passed w hen (nj III the best forcleunslng lenth Hut the tfUt fit to lx "Did yon hear me preach I hrlst In apostle were Jehovah's stenographers that party was In complete possession v ate nil, dlslnfecilni; sinks, closets, nashln; bottles, natnta, published, although Murray had paid "The Midnight .Mission.' of Loudon?" ft or tj They put down onlj of congress und ndmlniatratioii lu all its aalBbtaaB, trees.ete rtVNa.MI.T Jt'f'd O. 'or them flu. nut) eaaaaaBBCaaal . Atrnta, I'llll.A., I'm hat was a solemn Oh, yos! I remember!" Hut I see many what (iod dictated; He signed It after- parts Imposed obligations which cannot rarlS,nrva,Mnla In the courtimelase when eight of the prominent witnesses present ward, lie has been writing his name be evaded until the laws themselves iterary jwople of those times, ussem- - room, and I call you to the witness upon It till through the vicissitudes of nre changed, and to n considerable exU a - . ri8e" lhe 'd in Albein.irlp stnet, after Ilyron's stand, but I have only a second of centuries. tent not even without violation of 'ntli to deriile what should lw done time for any of you. As you pledged faith. It is useless to plead powders of which Alive Yet And In No Danger. ''Now thnt the last democratic house inado ith the "Memoirs which were pass along just give one sentence in they jr X "kme '..ired and surchargi-- with defaina- - regard to Christianity. "I'nder (rod ns to your parents," said the life Insur- appropriations In excess of the iictual s Pesrhne " " Eood as Pcatline " usaiiiliiiili-lieneieIt has changed my entire nature," snys ance ngent, dipping his kmi in the ink revenues, though within thu estimates The "Memoirs" Keep ii,i,Y on vour wits apamsl anre rend and pondered, nnd the de- - one " "It brought me from drunk- again, "do you come of n such. I'EAULINKhss notqusL The republican senate largely increased smn einiii' that they must li burned, enness and poverty to sobriety und a cestry?" "1 do," nnswereil the appl- thu house appropriations und Insisted B JAMES I'VLE, New York. d ii"t until the last words of those good home," says another. "It solaced icant "I may as woll tell yon the on the greater portion nf the Increase. n Texas Vinioir-went to Even then republican claims weru the lltcr-- i me when I lost my child," said another. truth. My father Ely s Cream Balm Hut, suppose 'It guve me hope of future treasures lomp.iiii separate made that the dcijioeratU' hoiistt whs nil the best spirits of nil ages were when my property was swept awny by - "I wonder why MIssLlghtop wear niggardly and crippling the service by vll'ICKIiV CUItKfl Wwi'fifi'ti. SfJ inbled to decide the fate of the the last panic " says another. "It has that trying shdo of green?" 'Meroy, false economy congress set which is tho lust A ill and testa-i- t given me a peace nnd a satisfaction it's because It Is difficult to match, and COLD IN HEAD Tho republican Fifty-firs- t "f our Heavenh 1'nther, and more to me than nil the world beside," gives her such n uiagnlficunt chance to out to disperse the surplus and It suciiieinoirs of our l.unl Jesus, what says another ''It has been to ine light go shopping " -- Inter Ocean. ceeded but too woll. It framed a tariff I Price CO OiUaT nl be the senllcf' s,,an tJ,,.y bum and music and fragrance nnd radiant with the avowed object of reducing imAPP'r Itatmtntoeacbnoatrll V y A Defender of I'ure Language, . portations and If possible shutting out ball they live? ihe unanimous anticipation," says another. All! stop eta H11U3., WWarrenSt N V t d nil i, "I,et it Enough! "Did you enjoy seeing the foreign some articles altogether, thus reducing io though nl the procession of witnesses. ACRES OF LAND burn Then put together on thi Enough! All those voices of the past tribes at tho fair?" "Naw. I tried to revenues by making duties nearly or for ial tj tha SaiKT Hi CL r hand nil the debauchees, and and present have mightily increased chin wld free or four of dem on' dey quite prohibitory. Tho result was at A Dclcth Riilsoib digates nnd assassins of the ages, our faith. can't speak a word of deoent English." first not what was expected but the ConraPT in UlosMets. Baud for Maps and Circs. t her unanimous by Urs. Tho7 srtll be sast to vou Chicago Keoord. Again, our belief is verdict concerning1 The scheme now bids fair to succeed. Hible would be, "Let it burn." nrhosologlcal exploration. We mast revenues are falling, the necessary And the Mother Wept "What ara expenditure keep on as before, the suriwi. I do not say that nil Infidels confess that good men at one time Addrcas minora!, but I do say that all the were afraid of a geologist's hammer you reading, Maud? Are you frittering plus has disappeared nnd a deficit Is HOPEWELL CLARKE, Taul, Mlora I.an.irimioli.li.nrr.St urates and scoundrels of the linl- - jiid chemist's crucible and ncrchwolo-fls- t away your time on some trashy vol- threatened -- all the result of republic.. BBaHBBBjSejSjBBBBtr-gam AM4 StrUM IIWMM "Frittering? No, innuims, an rnpucity and recklessness. Clcvo-land .igreewith thuin b... it tho Hlble s Investigation, but now intelligent ume?" )Uim aVaaar. W vmtkl'it JsJ fTl me tote with those w ho kJL lu Christians are recnlvlnr and still ex. Hnoon." Chicago Trlbuue. I'lnln Dealer. aa w.4 a,.a """'I v iTr aSfUai. m afOL" gs a ll.il Scriptures Men iielleve other aiia.iaMtwl Air M TS.i.ia. cctlng nothing but conrlrmatlo from O. IV. fc. MMYIIKIt. M. II.. Mull TlmrM ' II such sources. catoh cold every tlnw I spend "I The MoKluleyltes appenr to bo .' with half the evidence required Mu Vloker Thaster, t,'lilouu, II I. u the Itible What supports the Palestine Explor- - night in one of those Infernal sleeping contemplating n deficit In tho treasury AnCUTO IIA.NTH. Ian in i - li dal Hstlnjfulshcil Ahner l.'neoland Contributions from cars, said Smith." "A 1'ullmanarj with considerable ghoulish glee. Husor,' Miariener tlon Society? nua.lt I O aelllntf HisII ;am self,tl tiair trouble," objerved Mrown. Snilfcc.Jcr umi'J. C lli'ascLL.HsrtfoM.Conn ton )!sjrlL tho Scriptures, mid then put I churches and ChrUtlan benefactor. 1 ,n ania aarsivi lais aris ,m to the Weal. orii.irtiinlty An cicptloniillv (nvornhle fer vlsltlnc the richest nml mnat iiirsiuctlvei sections of the west and northwest "111 bo of low rate linrvest affoiilrd hv tlio Ron excursions which hnve brcn arranged by Western I.ine Tickets for these the North e irurslons will be sold on August ISJ, 12ih and Octi.bf r 10th, ts'.si. to point in Northvtcstern lowii, Western Minnesota, North Dakota. Houtti Dakota, Manitoba, Nebrsaka, Colerndo, Wyoming and Utah, and will bo rood (or return parage within twenty day (rem (inte o( sale Htop-oc- r privileges will be allowed on going trip In or territory to w hlch tat tickets are told further Information fall on or address CircuTlckt Agents of ronnei lltiR llnrs lar! firing rates and detailed information will be mulled free, upon sppllcation to V A Thtsll, Oenrral Passenger nml Ticket Agent, Chicago & .North Western Railway, Cheap rirnrlcin Y 111 A JtEW.VRl) PROTECTION'S DYINQ laaiarsln Method nf lllgti Tariff liiKr-raol- l p task-master- 1 pn-ces- -- Cuttstl-pation- com-plain- , 1 -- 1 , 1 y 1 s s I bn-nrf- , 1 n uiuto-eUtei- e '(Tilef-.lustic- o ph-as- e 1 Rich Red Blood dead-rcjt. po-.- r s d e e HoocTs!? Cures With tho first nppeurancnof flnnnclal distrust uiiil depicsaloit In the country cntne the cry of the protected that hard times were upon it because tho great Industrial interest must become in nctivn until they knew definitely what n ilenuacratlc eongrisn would do bv wnt of revising the present tariff law When the president Issued his call f ' an extra session and concisely set forth his reasons for so doing, the benellcia rlcs of the McKinley legislation were still active lu proclaiming that relief wis not to lie found through financial legislation of a reformatory character, but must lie sought for 111 nn assurance to the country that the special favors now grunted certain great Interests would not lie withheld. The New York Tribune at first commended the action of the president and declared that he had found the true solution of the problem, but It soon ndjusted it tone to that of the protected barons und placed the reonsihility for the stringency iihiii the dread of manufacturer that tariff legislation wns to be revised, llepublicau member In either branch of congress have taken the same slew Heed lu the house and Sherman In the senate declared that the repeal of the law which bears the Litter's name would not bring the relief sought for. The shrewd political manipulators ol the entire republican party have striven to make political capital out of the stress of tlie times Their double purpose wu to relies-the party of the odium attaching to Its rrspousiblltt for the Sherman bill, and at the same time to set public opinion against the change of the laws under which the protected have amassed wealth from the tribute exnetedof theniasse. Thev wish to minify the Iniquity of one bad law of their making a ml to guard against the revision of the other Hut the facts nre entirely against them. Their hi pvrlsv and bud faith nre made apparent In what has transpired since the convening of congress The Wilson bill passed the house and it is certain that a like measure will receive the approval of the senate. The country know that the nqieal ol the Sherman law Is no longer lu doubt. Immediately the signs of restored confidence are apparent all along the line. Now hen1 are these esidencc more apparent than among the industrial In tercsts said to lo depressed because ol uncertainly a to the tariff legislation of the present congress 111 the great manufacturing centers the mills and the factories nre starting up, labor is finding employment and capital Is restored to the chaiihelsof trade. To innke the case still stronger Against the theory that Iread of tarltf revision precipitated hard times, the work preliminnry.to that revision. tole made in response to the deelnred will ol the majority of the people, ha already The wuys and means commenced. committee has had It under consideration for several days, and the men who nre clamoring for n hearing before It are of the protected clnss which were supposes! to have withdrawn their money from business and closed down their establishments through fenr They know that tariff reform is Inevitable: that the country has demanded IL vet thev have rrsuimil business that the crisis pussol with the repeal of the Sherman law, and are themselves supplying the irrefutable evidence that the proposed change in tho tariff law did not occasion tho brief jhtIisI of hard times Detroit Free l'rcss. TRUTHS ABOUT TARIFF REFORM. .Ibanrdttr of Scsrr Morlra KeUtel fur Ite iii!itlrajn f'Npllat. It seems scarcely imsslble thnt nny one should believe that tha depression In business 'Is duo to the election ol Cleveland, nnd the hope that tho need less burdens of the people will bo re moveiL Still ninny persons assert it ery confidently; and, although the leaders know ltter, those who tak may n t, their opinions at second-hanIn every case. Hut the facts of the sit. uation, when examined, show that such assertions are nbsurtl. During the first half of the year 1S91 the manufacturing business was prosperous. It was perfectly well known all the time that n reform of the torift was contemplated, but there was n textile rompanie-werpanic. Forty-eigh- t organized in the south during tin six months ended June 30, lk9.l, whilt ssere organized In th but thlrly-nncorresponding part of ls3i Thecotton mills actually set In operation during this period are put by tho Textile against forty World at twenty-fou- r during the first half of sl)2; but tin same authority says that the irills thlt year were of good size and in stronj hands, nnd that their productive capacity will compare favorably with The sumt those started last year paper says that the dividends of the Fall Itlver mills for May, June July last avcragi-- i.'JI per eenL, or nt the rute of nearly nine per ettiL pet annum. Of mills for knitted goods fifty-on- e were opened during tho first in the half of lM'-t- , ugalnst forty-eigh- t corresponding part of ls'J'i Now, it is very plain that If the prospect of tariff reform had been going tc paralyze business, it would have begun operations directly after the election. Instead of that, we find manufacturers building and opening new mills, and organizing now companies for the purpose of building and opening others. Everything was promising until the disturbance In the money market, the closing of banks and the violent contraction of credits paralyzed at once the producer's c e RpJ J2& STONE. nl FLOWERS Mea.lna; IN Highest of nil In LcAvcntng Power, Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder t'srila anil Their t'ae. ABSOLUTELY PURE tin, To many person lu their cursory notice of archltecturnl foltnge, stray Instances of nu underlying meaning most occasionally have presented litem-sses Tho Egyptian had used the the beam of his 'us lllv to t. nple. binding Its stalks together for tl model of his pillar and forming Its eni'ital after the flower, probably with de'.mte symlHillc intent, for n water lib scarcrli suggests Itself ns suitable for forming n column; we I. nor., however that that plant wns n sacred to htm, cotistnnlly pined lu the haiiib of his divin'tic. and Interwoven with tradition of (torus nnd the Sun, and k iiwuig this It ue become nnd Interesting. Alth.igh the (Ireek uennthns would seem tl have no such fact to support It, yet the) egentl nf its origin ts'ars something O! the snme spirit The urehllect ("nlllniiii ins is said to have gone to visit the grave of his daughter, Uhii whose tomb he 'ind previously placed a basket mennishtle of flower' bad sprung up about the tile upon I and encircled which the basket si on. Its fine Inttlce tli Its luxuriant herbIniinortul-Ueage, nnd this si. t the artist , 111 the t'ni thliin capita! To the llom.'i mind, however, this lis-n-l dws not aps-n- r to rlrciiuist ! huse of s flelrlil moment for such a xislilouof niirUnre. nnd in their capitals after 'h order they empbwed Sir Nllttxui far riMire (ne. rding ('bombers nn Mr. Italph N. Woriium, the olne who studied ihe qiiesHn, nml laurel nid parsles. foliage s.irred to Minerva, Aslland llerenles And In ( hrlst Inn sr.hiteeliire the same Intention mn) ir prevailed. Sir Walter Scott's mind seems nPWeheoslvo of this kind tiemg tho ease In the stone work of ' si. David's ruined pile, when, speaking uf the monk's garden, says: 'Snresittojt k'rt" sik! It er hnchl. e , rrl ,ri lillisrlnrsl rolls; liinra. tnr em-ble- There nre Iron clad rules for the us of visiting curds, to violate the least ol which argues one s self out uf society, which Is worse than to lie wicked In the estimation of the fashionable world. A written rani Is infinitely worse than no card nl nil. and so Indued I nny thing but n dead white, smooth, bill unglnied bit of pasllionrd with ono'l mime engrnsedou In oriinmeutnl script across It renter. The street nnd number may lx-- added If desired, III the corner, and one's day lower right-hanfor receiving slslts in the lower left hand corner Hy one's name la meant for a married woman the full name o her husband, without title or indies, tlon of his profession, preceded by Mrs. For the eldest of a family of daughters simply the family liniiie preceded by Miss, while each younger sister has her A is blow is alfull name ou her card n her own nnd lowed to choose her late husband name or her visit Ing card the latter being eolislderrd somewhat preferable for social usage, while her own I Invariable signed in I'hiladelphla matters of business. I'ros Ilacterln nre simply mlcroscople plants of varying sires nml s1ism-s- , some of them lclug so smntl thnt I.VOOO laid end to end would not make a row more thin nn Inch In length. Sum nre lint others round or unit, nnd still The (ablest others are rod shaped form of all Is thnt of the one that Is tha exnel counterpart of n corkscrew In all ensrs they nre so minute that one needs n powerful nth rosenpn III order to study them, nud lu no case enn they ls Mrceltcd with the unaided ej alone. III n d K-r- I eb h Ullatrneil Nor herb. it. (),.. reel eliaiensl ibers. r artara Hut a rsi red l ie '" He form, like ebulltv. must begins! home I bice well nt home, how will II radiate outward. Irrepressible, into all that sse touch and handle, speak and sviirk. kindling everneis light hy lnel. cnlnklo contagion, spreading in grin metric, ratio far and w hie. doing good no man Io be so familiar only tshrevcr 11 spreads, and not evIL to praise r to nnr fare, i Cnrlylo. with y."i Your van t l this means will wnnl Mr. -- Making Allowance Its food, .it the same time your passion (going on hi vacation) What mora fully grntlQed: do you think of this bathing suit for est.ein is ill U men "ill praise ymi in their actions: landlady Isn't it loo big? Oldboanlrr I cxpeol where on now receive one compliment to fatten Uh, I guess not yon w . then receive twenty civilities up In the licit few data. iana t'ontemporart Ilerlesv. af air suggested that The Idea bn conditions of certain s hysteria n Judiciously-administereI plneh of snuff might have n leiietlcll ellerl Familiar to esor sine Is thn erter9ene with which such hysterical attacks resist ordinary remedies, nnd II seem not Improbable that sums nf them might bo curtailed by a period " of vigorous sneezing Ananrretl. How often have I told you not to plas Issll in Ihe anusa- Johnny Kvery time you've caught tnr at It .lodge. 1 j j -- i onlv J"., a which live and grow -- Tl hi llo Tough Times "I gave are The sse share with others those you t brenst of tho ohirkeii, Mr Horn (Irowb hnve vou any eoniplsliitT" : i "Sour t all. Mrs Mlmdlet, it is fully of the times. " Arkunsnw nbrea' -- Stee Trnvr - A good mull Is killed when n boy goos wrong Ham's Horn. J. THE MARKETS. Cist iss iTL Fepl I s H it T elri tu i a ft I lio.V uBTin so C i ra O) tl I ' t SHI El OK.I.e LlMUS-Mr)l.. l C T w' .. Fl t'R w'ibit fsmtlj (.KSIS Wheai-t red s s,v lre.1 li ,,,, It t era Sn '.' muej . oata-O IM tmliej ' .tMe )T Na. 1 No j i.ve-NHAi-I'rtme 'a: BBi to rbetre. O Ti'MACCO-Medl- e I'll' VISIONS III TI mrf Iks! leal. Meupork .... . .. .. 10 oo I 0 fit) Ol1 " ! ulic U W 1 CIl-Ortalrr Prime t chole rreaaeVr . .VIATORS--K- rerbW r IMin-burg- bt. ' (,, NKW YOHK n -- Fair to tsaev I Koria'n ilKAis ihMt-- Kt So t red .... . t t oo tt ! I' u i sJIM O t fU V ll I runs Nf.: rolled ' OAls,-Mitr- 4 '. ll IVKK I.aki lw-- l. !.Ot i.HAlsi- N. i ... Metiers steam t mcAao rut'Ota hnl - Ns t red.... 1 'i ieai aprlM Strain Mesa New mesa l ?. It . U la e 'J sn l's " C o re's Itsl "0 I ! bis t Sa i No '. , tl a S s '' Ji " '" IB I.Ai.li 1 ai I'!' t II- - Pa mil r CIHAIN Wk ai-- No. rn Mlsril tia. Muni LAX Helmed l'Ci;h Mr iiAiriMortr. X ' si HI 1 Mat; OH " n IM B .1 O fa a si l n I rAIII.K rirstqoalll' lll.s i .. . Western INIUANAl'OI.I.S. Wheat-S- o. -- ... IBIla W I 0 l ftl Oltsisi luia rn-- No. No. .' roiled uuseil t . ... .. O O M', H . XjOV7" H.j3lT3DS ri't'H la UlfJSVll.1.1'--- Winter patent ... w'he.,1 Sn Srcd .. . r Mint Mill-- ... (l il It II M IO "" Kl II Tiring comfort nml improve ment nj hrn tends t personal enjoyment riphtly "sell The many who live others nnd enjoy life more, with less expenditure, l'V more promptly t products to adapting the world's the nisvsls of p'lysieal Is ing, will attest the valtio to health of the puro liquid embraced In tha laxative principle remedy, Hyrup of Kirs. It excelli nee is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pless-nn- t tu tho tat the ref rrahing nnd truly of n jierfrct beneficial pruts-Mie- s clteetuilly demiting the system, disislling oihls, headnrhr and fever ami xTinanrntly curing roiutlpsllon, It has glviii satisfaction to millions nnd met with the approval of the medical profession, ls'cjiuse it acts on the Kidg neys, Liver and Ilovsil without them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable subsbuice. Syrup of Figs la fur sale by all druggist, in .V)c ami f 1 bottles, hut It is manufactured hy the (.'nhfurnin Fig Syrup Co. only, ssh'ise name isprintcdon every package, nlso the name, Syrup of Figs, nnd Mug well informed vou will not accept any substitute ii oUotcvL, M-terlhIs-swesk-enlii- jM KNOWLEDGE I'OKIv Mesa I.AKI' Me-aj- H l pul-lish- llilal-nra- 0M -ly rp ability to manufacture, the merchant' to sell nnd the consumer's to buy As the money market shows sign of Improvement with the prospect of tho repeal of the Sherman act, mills and factories, east and svest, Iwgln to start up again, us was shown by the rcMirts nl the past week. These Incidents point out unmistakably at once the cause of the trouble nnd the remedy. Theiu is no panic material in tariff reform. The people have demanded It Interests may fear It, but to the musses of the people It will bring healing und relief. Louisville (.'ouricr-Jonrnnl. "German Syrup" Justice of the Peace. Georce Wil kinson, of Iaowvilic Murray Co , Minn., makes n deposition concern-injf SH This Tra4a Mark Is oalkatMl brm (. - WATERPROOF COAT 1 by n decisive vote. Some few favored O -- ly d s long-live- d , ash-dl- 1 train-robber.- WZm ' -- i ! 1,000,000 Whatever course congress may pursue in the tariff matter whether the members shall take it up Immediately or whetherthey shall leave it untouched for tho present wr venture to predict that that course, be it w hat it niny, will find neither support nor sympathy from the republican press The republican cry may be for or against tariff, revision now, but let the democratic congressmen once decide upon their plan of action and Immediately wilt go up to heaven a cry of opposition thereto that will nstonlsh the uninitiated und these wno may not Know what insincerity nnd puerility He back of u republican howl. Niagara Cataract. "" A TC'WLK. BOSTON. MASS. a severe. coM I.tMett to tt "In the SrniiK of isss, th rough ex1'lso a Itemed)- tnt alsrth la th" H posure I contracted n very severe lest F.nsieai to I e anili lirbpeel H cold that settled on my lungs' This was accompanied hy excessive night sweats, One bottle of lfoschee s Sold hy itniKi; t "r rent lis- man H German Syrup broke up the cold, roe f. T Hsieitino srreji, '. H night sweats, and all and left me A N k i: 1100 " I can in a good, healthy condition us to aiivi iint give German Syrup my mobtearncst wins: win ri.susaw lha AilterlUewanl Im ISLa atarothal commendaMon." paare. it -- LOVERS OF THE WEED" Mho urn liMihlnj,' fur . The BEST CHEW of TOBAGGO on EARTH, Should ulwnys uso . . . , . gTic,',',, i. -- ' Li- It l n great piece of political economy In these time of financial stringency to hnve thu local political bureaus of the g. o. p typo located In different municipal departments It leaves the setllaiiicul of the bills to the taxpayers and lusuics faithful service, for public pap lu hnud Is more of nu Incentive than nil the republican promises thnt nu Improved press ciulil print from now to eluullon steam-power .SEgg5aCBgy5 THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSB THE COOK HAD NOT USED HORSE SHOE PLUG. tlmi Dull-oi- l I i tie I'l'ttkM, GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN, f SAPOLI - ntfr I s. . -- . - s, '! nr -