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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1893 hic1893092901_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. i?" ;Al , , THE HICKMAN COURIER. tmu "" "'lMiblUboil Kvory Trlilrtj'by GEOIIGE Offljekaoa JAS. Hired WAR KEN, nut door to City Hall. t : Ulckman, Kentucky. (lr'OIMK WARnEN, IMItor. Assistant F.dltor. ; THE HICKMAN COTTRIE THB OLDMT HMWiPAPlBB IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. FINE JOB jPRINTING BXKOUTED UTI IBATMESS AID DISP1TGI BALK BILLS, ENVELOPE, UCTTKR HRAD BILL HBAD3, INTITATIONS, ETC., BTQ a WKAItN,! l'rico or BubHoriptioii, 91.00 ESTABLISIIKD 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY A iV Will lie Nn L'llr KV., PRIDAY. SEPTEMBER THE VALKYRIE. rh Knsllih Ynelit Arrlrr Afler n Stormy l'i..ire-M- ie Mn. Accorded n llny.l Wel romp In the New York llarlMir. 21), 1803. VOLXXyill. FmrTHIRD WAsim ppcatsc oi . NO. 48. CONGRESS. CALL AND SEE US. (j.Mt of tho largest pear ever growat In Thorns county, (la., I on exhibition at n ilrnir store In Atlanta. It I a Kleffvr, grown by Mr. U L. Varnodoo, aud'wclgh thirty and u hntf ounce. WHITE CAPISM. MONSTER STONg, Intcmleit fur a louolltli, lint Cut t' Into llullillnir Mime, . Wilt Take II. TltUCE. NEW YORK MILLIONAIRES Receive A VEmcKY I STATE NEWS. """ Washington, through her youngest on, Charles Hho li thus u great grand niece of tho Father of hU Country, and I one of hlsjiearcst relatives. A I'KAii tree which measures fifty eight fret In height and eight feet ami ft hnlf in circumference U .till bearing fruit on tho farm of Prank Tucker, near .Mt Clemens Mich., whore It xvas planted over a century ago by Mr Tin kcr' grandfather, Louisiana Has Grown Tired ol Dm.l'Tll. Minn., Sept. Srt. Last fall u New York man, I'rodcrlck Mob Violence Mr. Philip HAitTolTKKri of North owning n sandstono ijuurry on the south Carolina, litii lineal descendant of Mary Only a Piistponement of tho Filibuster log Tactic. fc IlBKT ll.utTKcnii not work except In ftft)uloii( and whon lio U htity on a story ho will hide hfmsolf away In some aiiburban retreat known only to Ms cloM-s-l frlciiils Hero tin will rise Jiit after the dnwn, several lioura 1 lfom breakfast, and nt hi desk -- St" re T nil Not nn Almndnnmcnt of Them Tin shore of Luke Superior, nenr Asliland, rctrrst Kleetlnn lllll Will wo conceived the idou of getting out uud 1'art After Oetobr Gov. Foster DcselRcd With Appeals lo setting up In tho World's fair ground Weeks More of Talk. the great monolith, which should u Enforce the Law. largest single column In existence, Wasiiixotom, Rept 53. A truce hai - He therefore hod cut In his imarry, A .Nnrlli lrfinl.1.111 All.rnrf Offers Kvl- - at a cost of about II J, 000, stono 110 been declared on tho silver fight In the Hignrilliic U'lillii Opa-Tli- .tr til in postponement ol foot long, tuu feet fiuaro at tho lenutf. It I oulyu li ki il llrrilt A rr Drltlnc ( lt.l liio Hlll(UtcrIng tnctlca nnd not nn bae and and taerlng to four ibundonment of them. It la a compro.Iwht From III. fctrllou. fret at tho top. Then tho Wis mise, but at tho same time a dofent for consin World's fair commissioner, tenntnr Kl wOhi.m.:, h'ept 2A 1'. (1, Hud-ioVonrhei'.. svho lin nlinost wil ono of tho h adii g member ()( the-ba-r after getting estimates of from 'i5,000 lingly played Into tho hand of tho to 1110,000 as the cost of moving anil1 of north liulsii.na, who for ten southern democrats and let thorn yen is occupied the osltlnn of district setting tho stone, refused to make nn hove nil tho time they wnnt to talk appropriation, a they only had IrtO.OOO attrrney of the parish jt Ouachita, to spend In alb the house It was then offered tc xgnlnst sliver repcnl until the federal reached (he city Monday luornlng from the city of Milwaukee a a gift to iti passe the Tucker repeal of eomo to the his home In MonrC'C, en ronto to ltaton juirk board, to laws ta a hecond and greatei tlcctlon This Isand It will tho southItougu, lo consult with Uov. Foster on ven,ato. exactly what Cleopatra' needle. a xerr lnncrtant niMict nffectlmr tho men wont tho voto on tho silver ern The financial cyclon struck M 11 eltitens of iirii th I.iiuUlana. When severity Just about thai repeal postponed until thoy can an la-T- l'l7M li Nkw Yoiik, Sept S3. It was barely iavta when tho Vnlkyrlo camo Into Now York hnrjior Friday morning, but, there were fcirlott vecl on tho water of tho bay and thoy gave tho visitor a reception or series of receptions that mado Capt. Cm nil eld nnd his jolly tnri feel nt once that they wero welcome, even lwfoto tlio town had got up from bed. H was a47 a. m. when the bold racer was sighted from the Sandy Hook olsorvatory, nnd ai the soon as sho was sighted ensign was run up as a preliminary greeting. Tho foreigner quickly perceived the bat.ner and replied with the production of tho'colors of her own nation. Thus begnn a display of entente cordlalo that continued In sight until long after the yacht had como to an chor off Hay Iildgo, Long island. The Boat was towed np from the Hook to !( inrantlne. whern Health Oftlcer Jen- - Warning From Either archists or Crank. An- There Are HsM lo lie rive Handred'WMleh- men (Insrttln- - Colli. I. llnnttnR-ton- ' nil Camcllus Vanderbllt'. Mansions l'ollce Department on the Alert- - U.UiB Til Cherokee' ffllBnklml' mllo. Inn and. fifty-eigtalW wlile, which nicons that it contain 10,410 square, miles or 0,080,400 .nerrS. Ono-thlof the l Hill aalit lKof no value except foracdlllo range. 'Mint Is about 4, 600,000 urrv Is fit for farms Alt. quarter section, or MO ncrcs 'onset tier, there la laud for 37,000 families aside fnun those who build towns n I A auvKl, entertainment In Kngland recently at an earl'a country seat wn the notation of a ladles' fire brigade. Twenty-si- x young women, anions is horn some honorable mlssc were In eluded, went through what wa a moat creditable exhibition of pumping, hoe practice, and ladder lid blanket practice Of course they wore a picturesque uniform. Tin; llnuk of Kngland note I not of the. Mine thickness all through. The l thicker In the d cor-ner,1 to enable It to tuke a belter and aharjver I m predion of the vignette there, and l nlwi con.lilerably thicker In the dark ahadowa of the renter let ler and under the figure at- the end. Counterfeit note, are lnrarlably of una thlcUnowi. . thruiigh tho onlcal llntzit. U which all routitrlea ruu.t Axpcrlenco in the ji'occm of governufental evolution. The change from monarchlal to republican Inttitutlon tnt cfiVctcj! 'at no itroke. Hut on ntnikc, did not aottle thing. A permanently iturre.a-fu- l revolution implicit va.t ch.inge In social and political conditions which alwayt come .lowly. Ir left-han- - ring ToBONTrt decided thntaho will not permit any .trvet car U lo run In that city on Sunday The decltloii made at the polls and It wat a iiio.t animated uonle.t between the .Sabbatarians und the itreet car company and ople.M Tho irienaa of "the world' Sunday cat were defeated by the following vote: Tor Sunday rara, J,(XWj agalnit Suti.l.y cars 1 ,"". h TllK boj-- of San l'rnnclca are prob ably In for plenty of work. Lait fall a few of them were employed in tho vino-yar- d a round Krcno, and thrjr work a for. They do their work lettcr and more rapidly than the ChlnrM. Cllrls aro al.o eagur to work, and by another year they are likely to bo called into the vineyard ami orchards waa.n r.atltfactory that l.MW are called CosmAnr to the general licllof, It li .aid that I Hung Chang, tho viceroy nnd real ruler of China, in mot kindly dLpoMsi toward the. Christian. Two of hi daughter were educated in Mav .achuvtU, and both were converted to Christianity. Subsoiuently ono married a I'renchman and tho other nn Kiigllihman. Their influenco ha made their father very tolerant of their f the shipment of he from llrockton, Ma., aggregated oi,fll cares whltfh falllelow tliu uhlpinents In the correiM)iidlng wcekaff IhOI and ltVi In IS! tho shipment for tho ame week footed up 0),S4(1 rae and to IH'Jl OStll cases 'Ilia ahlpmcnt for the present year tip to date, however, dhow an increase over tho two previous yearn oven In tho face, of tho present buslnesa depression. I " L. , Ton tho three month ' ending Sop-toml- rr Plir.MiiKXT'Yoi.K'a tomb ha Wen a ubject of judicial procenJugi in Ten. nesseej and It ha been finally removed to a plat of ground within the shadow of tho capitol at Naahvlllr. The court decided that Mr. I'olk'a will leaving his estate "to tho', worthiest of hit ratine forever" was vpld, aa constituting a pcriwtiilly, and tho legislature provided tho money for the removal n( tho toinb, as tho land On which It stood' llnbld'to dltl!ii bo-ca- l';Ar ..Tir railway master blacksmith have organ lied an uosoclatlon, tho object ofoY'hieltuifc tho advancement of Uuwirt of tho. blncloiulth ns uppliod to rallwiiy work. The organization win perfected in Chicago recently, and It stnits out with a goodly numlwr of inertilicrn nnd a very comforUblo sum of n'oney in the treasury. Tho aim of thl association in to do for tho master blatksmlths what tho Master Median. Ic', Master Car Hullden.', Mooter Car l'ulnter', and llondmatcr' associations havo done for their mcmlH-r-s and Sv the railway employing thciu. county (Kns) farmer liaa Just completed tho filling of n nllo 4&0 tun of ensilage. NvMchhold The a'lo Is constructed after the manner of an Ice house, only much stronger. The corn from which tho rnMlags is made is chopped up, stalks, ears nnd all, just nfter it lias passed the roasting oar ilng- - Whim tliu silo Is full It is inadu as air tight as possible nnd the contents undergo tho process of fermentation, which causes a temperature at the highest stago of 180 drgrnes When tho ensilage Is taken out in the winter it is smoking hot and cattle and horses enjoy It. Snt Joiix TiioHrso.v emphatically to allow the tho United States of. flclals to Inspect all Immigrant landed at Canadian ports with a vlw to tho invasion of contagious disInto the country via Canada. ease It is estlmatoll that 0,000 Immigrant come to the United State by way oi the Canadian ports each month. They have been subjected to no Inspection so far as the laws respecting paupers, criminals and contract laborers nro concerned, Unless some other agreement call be made the United States authorities will be obliged to establish Iqmlgrntlon bureau along the border. A "I am going to sec tho, guvcrnor about tho white enps In our Motion of tho state. After laylna: fa's Ijeforo hi excellency, which by fsr exceed the troubles In JcflVnon parish. I shall him to offer, a reward for the arrest and conviction of murderers who the Kit year have liecii holding the people of North loulslan lntornjr " Mr- Hudson Is tho nttorney for the Houston Central, Arkanas and North-rr- il railroad, which is the southern branch of the Iron Mountain, and he rays that tho recent murders of.srction hand and tho murderous assaults which arc made almost dally have grown sri alarming that he hss with Uiu oivoperatlon of good citizens lcn roinpelletl to seek the aid of the state sufhorltlcs with a view to bringing the guilty partte to jnsllco. "Tho whlto ca Just now have almost everyone terror strkken," continued Mr. Hudson. 'I.ast' Jun, In the xirish of Cntahoula. on our road, near a placo called Ollle, the white cap. In ambush, flrcil Into one of thn section (rang. The gang was composed of whlto nud colornd men, several tf whom were wounded- - Thls'was done In daylight, at S o'clock In tho afternoon. A lout a year ago the white or whatever they m.iy tyle themselves In the parish of Ouachita, In the hill section, shot Into a section ffsn? at work on t lie road. The affair via to the grand jury. They failed to find any MIL "The have commenced serving notice ii cotton giiiffer. These notice lire of the same character tlnte wrved ulong the II 'UOin Central mail telling tho prmluivrs that I cotton worth ten cent per iuud, (ind commanding them not to sel at a lets flguro. Soiling below ten ent ill result In the burning down of their gin houses The destruction o, 'heir algin house mean to the fanner most every instance ruin for Ufa Mr. Hidden, In conclusion, said: ''Imploring the state of arrtrnoTr-i.tMif'our Stat, I have come lo lay the fact beforo hi excellency and havo no doubt but ho will net It Is absolutely necessary, for It is doing more harm than any ono at pre v lit can Imagine. It is keeping capital from the state nnd tho railroad which 1 represent, and which has much invested in tho state Nr.red III. Rwrrllitsrl la lies Hi. Mich., .Spt. 10. Kelson AimiA.v, Kuney, aged twenty-tw.tears, while nut driving with hi sweetheart, Mls Maud Itralnerd, Sunday night attempt' rd to shoot her, and falling In tho attempt fired a shot Into hi own head, Tho girl ml died almost Instantly was mi frightened that she died Mon I day morning, it s!d, from the result af her experience Suiidny night. The, ri.Rui. In ItuttU. OorssA, cept M. Itcports fromchol- trn In illlicrcnt pail oi uuwia are alarming, lteports from thirteen out of show-,M0 twcntytlvo ginerninent rases', nil fresh onset within tho past few days. In the samo time In tho ininu jj seriinients there havo been I. M0 deaths Tho government of 1'odo- lla, which I most afiVctiii by the epidemic. Is not included In theso returns Mir lllsm.iTkllue.n'1 ll.tuni. llr.m.l.v, Sept. sn. A dispatch from ICIsslngen says that the cause for do- laying the return of 1'rlneo llismarck to rrledrlcksmho N tho sickness of a fcmale'fcrvnnt there who I suffering from typhus, fever. 1'rlnces Ilismarok, therefore, iloea not want the prlnco to until tho worn-- li return to am lo removed from there. Argentina'. Ilnljr llnpe. T,ommi, Sept. "J". The I'lnnnclnl Now wiya tlmt it I becomiug increasingly nppnirnt that the interest of bondholders'- - rniulres the speedy removal of l'rvhMcnt Soon l'cna from ofllco in Ilrazll. It is also sikl that a Irtual dlctatouhip on tho pnrt of Hoca Isthootily hopo of salvatun for tho republic. -. st c.i-ihlti-cap- s o said: trintlnnsll l llrocolilyn llliliimro 1 , y.i Motnl.jr . Clsriir.. i,T ..i II J lStIx)u'.,, iOlotcltnil. W4Mlfr..l ,,. tf S & .11 i Now fork J IMIUbLrfh 1 iIu'stIIc lltilcttco, Helen. , 4 f 4 fhllaoclphls ,.. "m Ixm 10 HOW T11KY KANlv, Woa C Tr CU Iloslon 1'lllstMirch. Now York CUvchiaJ.,.. ..; Cincinnati 'hlUleltila ,.71 ,.. C9 f l :5 IS M M M CI .7T eiu ITT JM Mi .MS .40) "IW . llrooklm KiiAWNhr. llslllmoro..., tV s.hlncten Chleairc. Si. Iul.1. M M Rl 4 " M fS Mi II Uiul.rlllo A Tl 0 n 73 37 l ilrrnmn Journalist Ilnail. I.ango, St. T.ot'is, Sept. the (lermnn journalist nnd puhllsher, died bi.rn Monday, aired 04 years, lie was it native of Hesse, (Icriiinny CorK'tt signed tho formal ar tlclca of agreement nt Asbury 1'ark, Monday morning, to fight with CImrlei Mitchell. Mitchdl bus already slgiicil thu ifrt'olcs .InmcH rth ' I sjjjor ma i j ve iagontzo,ii wiin,niejcpeai.oi..nelea? 1 jTBM9 LieBWnaaVV4BB4e.sLT. card was "covered with', MrawL' wan! a removal fund, It wan found that era! election law, and Voorhoes by fit Hon, ntui came to tno snusincioiy that nil on 1km nl wero welL action Friday has fallen Into line ns three-fourt- h which declared that tho time had was from cmbarrassec Cnpk Crnnficld reported that ho had como for tho rich man to ufte Individuals. Now Mr I'rcntico has bo quietly nd calmly as the most ardent left Southampton on August 21 in bal for tho wrongs of the jioor. gun work at his quany cutting up thii silver man could wish. For about two week more the son- last, consigned to Maitland Kersey, It wa very incendiary in It tone, but monolith for bnlluin atone. It wai Voor-lic- e New Yprk. who Is Lord Dpnravcn'a Mr. Vanderbllt believed it wa th" the largest shaft ever quarried lr ata will do nothing but talk. claims to have discovered that it rcprescttntlve on tilts sldo of the wnter. svork of some crank, who becamo agiAmerica, and in tho world, In modern From quarantine the vessel wn towed tated over the recent newspaper diswas useless to press his motion for days sessions because if he did the across the narrows to tho Hay ltidgo cussion nbodt anarchists nnd their REPEAL MEN silver men could filibuster all they anchorage with tho Koyal Yacht club throats. However, a similar card wa signal at her masthead, nnd made tacked upon the boxed-ufence of Mr. To Force the Hen.le In Vole Umn the W- wished and tire out the repealers rather mnnslon, across than themselves. Thl waa shown by her way In among tho fleet of C V. Huntington' iser yurilloll. wero nt anchor In Fifth avenue from Mr. Vanderbllt's Wasiilxotov, Sept. 2a The nimoi their actions this week, Vat It Is ac- yachts thnt under the residence. appertaining Anything revlveil Slon.l.y night, but not verified knowledged hero by those who under- tho Atlantic yncht-lnve- n that the advocate of repeal In the sen stand tho situation thoroughly that hill. The steam yachts set up a shriek- to the destruction of property or a nte havo formulated a pl.ni by whlel tho new arrangement by nn means ing with their whistles and tho schoo- threat against Mr. Vanderbllt or any of they will force a voto on the silver bill does away with the filibustering which ners sloops, yawls nnd catboats ran up his friends or assistants Is nt once relor nnd dipped them in the most ferred to Supt Byrnes and the nuiThe plan is not disclosod. but It U Inti- is inevitable. It merely postpone it After tho week or two sseeks for hospitable manner, and tho qunrtcr-mnst- sance ceases' at once. Of course Mr. mated that Ills somu arbitrary method of the stranger hnd hi hands VandcrbUt i not at all worried by Stevens left tho citj which tho senate will Jog along with Monday night for Allen town, I 'a., stated debate has expired the same full in responding for nn hour or, more. threats ngolnst his property, for he I question must be met again. There aro Tho anchor chain hod not ceased rat- one of tho few millionaire In New whero he Is to lio tho guest of pending amendments to the bill, a well tling through its outlet before tho new- York who spend his surplus money. llluck for n day or so. ns nn InfinlUi range of opportunity for comer was surrounded by small crafts of enoueh to support himself nnd Illion Still Cli.inplon. nmendmentn yet unborn. Upon each every kind of appearance, but nil were family In dignified stylo, for charitable Court Ci.ri of tho amendments present and to courteous enough to refrnin from bump- objects There is no person In the Ihi.ami Atiii.ktic Alir.NA, Sept 20. (icorge Dixon I still come, the silver men can argue with ing into tlio guest It was n perfect United States who has given as much tho feather-weigchampion of the plausibility that they hove a right to bo morning. money toward the erection of churches world, the wonderful colored pugilist heard. The sky wn truly blue, a gentle air sml relieving tho nceuy ns nas .nr. nobly defending hi title ngnlnst Soil; Added to nil this will be the presence moved over tho water, and the atmos- Vanderbllt" Smith, of California, In this fighting of tho bill for repeal of the federal eleo-tlo- n phere was so clear that Staten Island, Thero nro four times as many watchthree miles away, looked so near men and detectives along Fifth ovonuo ring by the sea Monday night. It was laws" on the senate calendar. Tho an Ignominious defeat for tho west- house expect to scnil It to tho senate hatono felt ho could toss a biscuit In the vicinity of tho rcsldonces of the not ern aspirant, for he fought well and by October 12, nnd If It comes to n tight dgh upon its land. Tho llrltons must money kings as there was a fow months gauinly until the last, and n second be-- , place the silver men will try nnd call it tavo been delighted with the American ago, before the anarchistic element betypo of wenther. The same can not lo came noisy. So sold one of the watchfore the blow was delivered which gave up and displace tho silver repeal bill. him his roup do grace he appeared tc Should tiii scheme be successful it said of tho Yankee who looked over the men found guarding the new million-dollcup hunter. Thoy sa w n mighty have a good chance for the fight. It rrvat y weaken tho chances for Kiigllshlooking palaco of Cornelius Vanderbllt likely y was the hardest fight Dixon ha lind repeal f ''ic Snerman lnw, From craft nml while none He (fa Id that tho owners of palaces of her and ho rvcelved from the Callfurnlan ' along Fjfth avenuo havo not been tak.ivcr men have everything to could form u positive opinion more punishment than ho has got in .ope for, nothing to lose. They think capabilities from what thoy saw above ing any chances on letting anarchists apapy of hi previous Imttlcs that the country may so far regain It voter, there w."l n buslnessllko her place bomb under their front stoops wonted prosjcrlty within n month that pearance of what they did see of He estimated that five hundred new A I'lllslileSleht. lines and rigging, nnd tho nlcrt and IlAniiiriit'iia, 1'a., SepL 2k A pliable people will think tho Sherman net not systematic notions of her officers and watchmen have secured employment sjieetaclo was Ken on the streets of responsible for tho panic, and, as Mr. crew that mado the patriotic spectators since the nnarchlsts began their recent Steelton. Joseph f.ease I u feeble old Wolcott nnnounced, tho lending mea- frown wltb forelxKllng. "The Vigilant noisy meetings on the east side. Superintendent of Folice liryncs was veteran whoso pension was his only sure may go tho way of the force bill. must bo all wo believe her to be to bent Ihj assured, and asked If ho believed tho nnarchlsts Two months ago hi pension One thing seems to Mipjiort. e 1. for the next week things will that I oat," was tho way the 'sharps would daro to molest was taken from him by a recent ruling, that go on quietly In the senate. The silver unanimously expressed their views. property-owner"Let them cross and it preyed on hi mind. lie put on adopted Third avenuo with any designs of the ..BUNCOING BY WHOLESALE. hi old army suit of blue, hisknapsack, men, noconllng tobothe plan talk dally nblo to I .t. ts eaunats ..l I t I I rA Is.ie kind, either singly or collectively,", he tittit Friday night, will A Iloslon Clinreh Member Acrnteil ol sold, Vti"g nn hour or so "and beforo they had crossed en... nnd shouldered hi old arms mil. 'r?m.11 Hi ' Snlnilllni: ll.nks Out of Oil. .1,000. - MiuUkon. uvenuoAhe. onUra.party.WcmldJ Tntiv l,..r.i.t" nil ..f I llcl wm i ilevoteit to Uio transaTfiiirinih'-u- J JOSTOX. TJcpf""KV Ttiomas-Oof tho routine business vt tho son. I inteml tellwhich hn bad kept , slnco tlio closo of ticn formerly of the firm of ltieh-an- ! be under nrrest our do not is In dealing have to sit plan ing just what tho war. Thu uccoutercd he tottered ate, and tho repealers will rcthreshlng son it Dcnnle, tho listen to tho calmly nnarchlsts but with these through tho street of Steclton crying, by nnd straw-I- t lenther dealers, of Commonwealth "bread or blood." Kind friend took of old safe to say that for the next few avenuo, nnd for years n prominent sutllcc to say that they aro absolutely Is under control, nnd Fifth avenuo mancare of him. days there will be n small attendance His servants say is wontedisby the police. sions aro in no danger of destruction in Newport his wife Trainmen Artnril. during the truce of senators, because I assure you." Chicago, Sept 20, -- The Michigan tho leaders will not have to bo on but they positively refuse to tell where by bombs Central began to arm its train- gtianl, nor will thn senators bo com- Mr. lUchordson is. This is because there cloud-a'dvertisinmen on trains carrying American ex- pelled to attend as they were whon the is an indictment warrant out for hjs arrest He Is charged with securing An nretrlcsl Apparatus Invented By a press or mail cars, and other roads In- war was on. Cleveland Man Tested nt the Fair. of fnlso pretenses from one tend to follow suit. Cmployes have Meanwhile tho president intends to Chicago, Sept 25, At t he World's beeu supplied with Winchester reieat-in- use this time for work. He stated firm alone tho sum of (175,000. Hanka private shotgun, loaiU I with buckshot, Saturday morning that he was ns con- ers were his victims The charge of fair Sunday eveulng thero wns and elecofficials and additional employe, similarly fident a ever of n direct vote upon the securing wrongfully tho amount of display for thoofpress, "cloud projector," n banktho trical experts nrmed, have! Ivcn put on, so tint thrro repeal biii. and that it only a t t'.I.OOO.ncconllngto Clevewill bo nt least ten fully armed men on riui'stloii of endurance upon the part of ing people, doo not anywhere nearly an invention of L. II. Itogers, of each express and mail train, which tho senator. It It the purposo of the ccver his misrepresentation, and ken land, O. The exhibition was given ou Ldward M. tho plaza of tho administration buildforco I amply sutllclcnt to cope with a I resident r.nd the head of depar- si turns aro expected band of train robbers no matter how tment to concentrate everything upon Dennle. ono of tho partners of ing. The projector is an electrical appathe late firm, said Friday evening ratus for throwing signs, pictures nnd well organized. the senate, nnd uso their influence to that ho had not heard from Mr. characters of any description in legible consideration of nny other busi- Itichar.lson slnco Juno 13, when he outlines upon the clouds several thoudefeat LonEslrret lln. Itun Ills IJl.t litre. ness until tho silvc.- - bill Is dispone of (lii.vvMKxti Kact. Thick, 'pt 2a was ut York harbor, lie had never sand feet so that they can lie plainly A noblo looking bay horse enmo hobfound anything wrong about his part- seen and read from tho earth. The GRADED INCOME TAX. bling back to the Judge after the ner's business transactions hut tho projector was also operated against n fourth r.ico Monday so lmpclely very unfortu- bomb specially prepared by Mr. Pnln to stls- - list ton years had Itiiinirknlile lllll l're.irril hr broken down that twice he fell to his produce largo whlto clouds in the air. nate onev suurlan. knees lie staggered up nnd bravely Jet of steam from machinery hall were Wasiiinoton, Sept. 2.1. Itoprescntivc AN AERONAUT'S ESCAPE. continued hi Journey back to his Do Arinond, of Missouri, ha prepared also utilized us a screen for tho signs stable, every tep a painful effort. It a bill for a graded Income tax on rather I r f. Itln; ml Ml, .loslo Morris Almost and pictures from the projector to bo Michigan. was the last nppe.iranco of Ilichnrd IlroVfiieil In thrown upon. lines. It Impose! a tax on Croker'. gallant Longstreot, one of tho remarkable Samuel A. Cmicaoo, Sopt S3. all Incomes in excess of tlO.OOO per an King, of I'hiladclphla,l'rof. aeronaut, gscutcMl thoroughbred thi country tho FOR HIS MONEY Hum, tho amount to lo fixed ench ycsi Morris, of Ames, la., has produced. by tho secretary of tho treasury, the to- and Miss Joslo two Negroes Murder a Polish Jewelry w ho sells catalogues In the art gallery, Ileerale I'lRlit llrlnern rHrmers. Peddler In Kentucky. tal amount of revenue to bo secure.! tc had a narrow escape from death TonTSMoUTll, 0, Sept. 28. William bo equal to the amount appropriated Mt. Vkuno.v, Ky., Sept 85. Joseph Lawrence nnd Michael Callahan, two for tho payment, of pensions foi Friday during n voyage through Monslo, a Polish jewelry peddler, fnrmcrs engaged in n fight on the that year. Tnkng tho rnto of tax as tho air. They went up from tho murdered o mile south of this place, Monthly nfteriHKjn, scsseil upon Incomes ranging from I o. i orld's fair grounds nt 3:30 Friday afScioto river, brld.-jNegro tramps for tho purpose of nearly resulted in a murder. As 003 to f.V),000 ns a basis, that on in ternoon. Thu nirshlp went up until robbery. He was coming north, and that it was but u speck ugatn&t tho blue met the Negroes near a house on the Hum comes of from 30,000 to 100,000 shal Cntlahaii roi'ciwd Injui-Ii'it Is may result fatally, whilo Lawrence le twice as large; on incomes of fruit sky, and they suddenly legnn to travel highway. over Lake Michigan. When n broken arm und jaw bone. The peddler inquired if they had seen f 100, 000 to 1200,000, three times nl castwanl large, on iujuines of from ?200,00t tast scop from the World's fairgrounds hi son on the road. They answored YounR ttom.n shoot, h Consul. it seemed to Im coming down townnl yes and that they would return to Onr.K.s.x, Sept 2a A young lady fSOO.000, fovr times ns largo; on In tho water, and it was feared tho two town with him. Aftc? going a short named Hondnrcnko fired a shot Mon- comes of from $,100,000 to fl.000,000, nvi voyagers would "bo drowned. day nt the Herman consul Tho shot times as ,'urv, and on all incomes u air' government revenue cutter Andy distance, shots were heard and the NeThe took effect in tho consul's nrm. The excess of $1,00,000, six times ns larffo Johnson nt once stnrtjd out, following groes wero seen to run into the woods the inquest It was found that a ball wound I not serious. Tho girl used iv tho course taken by thu balloon, and At entered tho left arm passing on Can't See the Klliisl. had revolver of small caliber. She was nr , when about twenty miles north of the through tho heart Sept 25 The Sovcrelgi Mimvauki-.krested, and refused to talk. city caught sight of It It was sailing Ornnd Lodge Odd Fellows complete Rhnl In Ilenth by Molt. work nnd ndjourno 1 nftcr confirming low, every now and then dipping Into Arming Train Cross's - Kr.w HostoN, Tex., Sept. sa I'crry refusal of tho grand slro to furnls the water, and moving so slowly that Touosto, Ont, Sept 25. Tho recent llratchcr, wanted for criminally as- tho tho cutter quickly overtook It Capt Archbishop Kntzer with a copy of tin saulting n whlto woman, was foun I ritual of the order.' Tho archbishoj King declined to bo rescued, but sold If iraln robberies at Kendallville, Ind., over tho Arkansas bonier Moudny by requested n copy In onlerthat hointgh' a boat was loaned htm ho could trail It ind Hancock, Mich., have aroused the citizens ltrntcher's body was riddled decide whether there svns onythlnj behind tho balloon, and using it as a Canadian express companlos to a lively with bullets, nnd wn hanging from u objectionable in It from the atnndtioln' rubber, could make tho shore, which tonso of tho danger that threatens this sido of tho border. It has been delimb. of the church. Tho Sovereign grant1 wns not far distant lio was given tho eded to nrm tho crows on every Mnnejrln Tomtilor.. tho decision on tht boat uud managed to get tho balloon lodge confirm truln with Winchester rifles I'omkrov, O., Sept SO. -- Andy Hyatt, grounds that no authority exist foi to tho beach, where he nud Mis Morris Other precautions of adefensivo nature a truck gnnlcner of I'oineroy, hns sold ovpiilliig tho secret of tho order to nnj cllmed out about nine hours after go- havo also been taken, but their nature ing up ut tho oxposltioa grounds. thl season from two ncres of ground ono not u inemlicr. the management refuse to reveal, 11,000 wortli of tomatoes Last year I'roH Honry, of l,lntc, Itcilgns A Ten. Terror. ho sold 1,100 wortli from tho same .11 a n anil 'Wife llentt In n Well. Lkwihto.n, Me., Sept S3. After thirty-ground. Tho prlco cadi year averaged L.MiAn.N, Tex., Sept Faiiikikm), III., Sept 2.V L A. nine years of constant service tho (I per bushel. uns reached hero from McAnneyvllle, resignation of President O. C. Henry, Kurt, a farmer near JefTersonville, alMiut IS miles west of the killing by Cfiolern im llimrit. of Hate college, went Into cflVct Fri- while digging a woll wn overcome Ills wife discovered hi Uio Jamkiio, Sept 2(1. Tho Italian of Mrs Arrlngton by Jim Haxter. day. Tho resignation i based solely tho damp. owns considerable Mrs Arrington condition, nnd went to his rescue, when from (lenou, shlpVlncenzo eduan tho fact that tho lloth died beSho had cholera on property In that neighborhood, and, cator hns devoted tho entire period of the wn also overcome, Monday. custom, sho fore assistance could reach them. boanl, nnd her passentjers were not al- ns wus her usual un average man's lifo to thu Interest. lowed to land. Sho will return will, wa uround collecting and looking of tho institution, and Is now Iilglif-HousA lVce-l'iiafter her property. Sho hud a dlpnU them t t'enoa RUADAI.AJAIIA, Mex., Sept 85. The tonbnndnn netlvn work. with Itaxter over some matter and the Molina volcano on tho Pnciflc coast, Cliureli llurneil. Wiling wns tho result Mrs. Arrlngton I hulenx. Klglit Deaths south of this city, I again active, and Ciucaoo, Sept 2a Moudav after bore an unsavory reputation, having Hiikst, Sept S3. Tho reports mado the people living nenr tho base of the noon tho Kplscop.il church on ltrexe been in tho United States penitentiary to tho authorities of llrest Friday, show Mnnv mountain are greatly ularmed street for pension fraud, nnd it boulcvnnl and Seventy-sixtreported there wero eight deaths from, anvo abandoned their homes, Th took lire from the o vlosion of n lamj that she has killed two or three mon. thatin tho city Thursday. light Is lmprosslvo at night aud was entirely doilroyed Us''aia-o4if,e)1e-itribiit- Krrut eJ. IfcssiwMiexpectlngf'trH! to-- t vhdWq cob-elusi- New Yoiilt. Sept 38. Colli P. Huntington, the railroad moguato, and Vondcrbllthavo been notified recently by nn alleged anarchist that their new palaces on Fifth avenuo would shortly be destroyed with dynamite. One of the young gentleman employed In a confidential capacity at the Grand Central depot 1 the authority for this statement "Mr. Cornelius Vaudcrbllt received an anonymous letter to the effect that his new house on Fifth .avenue and h street waa In danger," said the informant "One of the'workmea MUtja4 roslciet.ee ska dtaeov Cor-nollFtftv-eilrht- Sent the '" senate Monday Mr fctewirt, ol mea aa.mendmcnt uttc repeal Nevaa, bill UUllsWPnj tho Prr.idf nt lo lnnlte Ihe irov. eminent. If th rrpublics ef Meilco, Central and BowUJBlrlfa, Haytl sn &iD Domlnuo tojotnttwlfolted state. In s conference lobe neH hi Vlnioo within lour months from the pMM(if Ihe act to wecre the ailopllon of cemttoa flvtr cols to be Issued or each gov. Irnraeat, bfbcalegal tender In all commercial tnuMaeHcn tetween the cltlans of sll ths Arcirftun Rales llopsr-t&olhlof Importance transacted-WiWHlo- , spt The sen fcewhat lively to ol.nuslnj the reat us peal WU. fc nator Voorhees tried for tho third lime lo eel ft vols but, of courio. wa. prevent- d from fair, sa ljj therefore proceeded to mskesrtrftXuatlos which was historical at resaists Uurs and tonrgi acttc" He spoke im4hi- - nil-nig- p er bo-on- d Nashville onieisi Jarly tho other morning called upon tho Loulsvillo police for protection to ineir property. Tho striking snopmen had gathered in tho Tenth street yards ind dissunded the mon brought to Louisville to toko their places from gr, Ing to work. They protested, however, that they had no thought of violence. Everything is quiet and no Indication of further trouble. Tiir McDowell will case was settledf st Danville by a verdict from" the j?m In favor nf tho Teeiitora. . j 06r Tiik thlvd'brldge across the Ohio river at Louisville,, from-- East Iioulsrille to JeffersonvlIIc, ,1s ,to tie completed a wltto(rrcClraltr,nndlnwar Itu- - w&. satis- rapidly a possible. Work was suspendfactory 14M reptalersficepl when hejefcrred the' completion of :the piers and In a Jlfnjsff say.to the: force bilk Senator ed after revuBtge, im en oorheet ar.d the repeal repun- - one approach tjirae.year (ago; but ,iv.nw, - n jiuwiiuu aumini.ir.iionisis. wn- - cently the Mar-- - Four Rsflroad Co. sestor SUtitirt o seal and address! the senate cured control of.th'o nronertr. and will usUlnln lt5 bxe the bridge feir-tt-"- en wtliyfrl trance to Lou- ...,.-- j JV Tuejd4T w itsvllUu time of the boose y'AT-- ' attcetivt mm wagg Jtvi co m m n mhs f fl r ih. flifhjitibn. and It w carried on In Co. Is illegal and the sheriff is enjoiBed style th.t s beautiful. It flllbusterlcs can be called beautiful Finally, In despair, the dem from collecting taxes on this valuation. The court puts the valuation at KM,' ocrats 'rue It fP na adjourned, and held caucus ,rhe republicans held, caucus Tues-do- 000. The democrats claimed that rveslng J. WiLaue TubrNTOff, a mall carrier, quorum In ihe city, but Tueadaj they astl they dldnot at any tlBo hare more thaa 171 fell dead with hemorrhage of the lungi W quorum consist! of Men present, whereus at Lexington. members. Two children of John Horn, colored, actlor Sopt Wash tNQTOS. of Ihe senators from (no silver state In nb nged 11 nnd 7, xvere playing near th on tht barn of J. T. Young, of Olmstead.whet senna; themselves frori tho chamber rnii.r.n was an undoubted surprise to the re- ono said to tho other, "Less bum dt leal men. If this houl become a part of the of fire lell policy of the opponeat. 'of repeal tt would be- barn." Thoy found chunks come an embarrss.ini flcmtnl In the contest from firing the tobacco, placed them by Thn sensie rrmnlnoJ In continuous session sis n post, and piled shavings on top. In hour, and half Vednjsdajr, Its longest few minutes tho structure wns In flamei thareoeal ttl was taken up. The Georce (Dcm. and burned down, destroying 000 sticks Mil was discussed t MIsv)lnoppollloa to the L11L Mr. Gecrgo of fine tobacco. yielded tho floor to Mr Gray (Dem., DcL) ho Chas Holk, a prominent citizen and . . 4.AM.j. A, ,1m. vn,1 hill When he grocery said the senate member of the had concluded. Mr. Vofrbecs n firm of Day A Holf, of Frankfort, and Ann- - a (.lr d.v'. wsrk. and he moved ha Frank-for- t, esecutlve session, althiiigh Thursday ho would a member of tho city council of session died at Formville, N. Y., a mall ak the senate to contliiuo Ineiecullte later in session Ihe evening. After s short villagoln tho Adirondack mountains adjourned. I L''7,m-nJ.lm-.. 1 I, .v -well-know- n fperlal Session. l ,,E 'omville onrt s " s "i -- " 1 .7.- - ar do-la- Fifth-avenu- i SCI -1- lllch-ordso- Horse Ilepresentatlre llrran li.troduced In the bouse Wednesday a Mil providing for tar upon nstlonat bank dep4.lt. for Ihe purpose of raising a fund with wtlch ti secure depositors i"ln,t ton. In case of failure In such banks The bill to repeal the frce lawshas been out of the committee and Is li the hands of tho house. A report from tho comsiltteo on rules nnd somo prttty stiff rutin. b Speaker Crisp did the business. The republhasi seemed to be s good deal astonished. the WasuiicotoS, Sept senate met Ihuredar morning Mr. Piatt (ttep., rulespro-vldln- s Ct.) offered his amendment lo the for a closure. Ho said tb rules of the senste, as of every leclslallve body, ought to factlltale tho transaction of business, whllf. ns a msttrr rf tact. It lould not be dented that they made It Impossible or nearly Impossible to transact business Ihe senate wa. faatloslng Ihe respect of the people Ct tho United States It was fast bclnj considered a body lhat ex- g isted for the purpc.no cf retarding and obstrcct-irlegislation, and was being coropsred to tho Kngllsb. house of lords resolution referred tc the Committee on rules Hot ss The hotao Thursday adopted unorder setting ostdo two weeks beginning next Tu'sdar, the jeth. for the consideration of tho Tucker bill repealing IM icuerai ciecuon laws. Uy a good cc.l of efft -c aemocrais oareu succeeilet a muster)Ag a quorum Thursday, and the previous o."estIonwa. ordered, KM Utdtr therulo thirty mlnutca wero allowed tot .,Ai., Thn sneaker laid tefore the bouse the the senate of consumption. well-know- n -u ?drmilo7iTm" pdlctcdout that on four dlsilnct occasions tne Journal ilerk had nsslgndt reasons for rulings At Lexington James Robinson, wh shot off Ike Huggin's hnnd during a row nt Ilrocktown some time ago, wa sentenced to the penitentiary for six years the other evening. FaiwhiiJ. II. CocimA-v- , of Calloway county, is dying from hydrophobia, having been bitter by a small dog seven years ago. Kr.V. I)n Cuapb, ns be styles himself, Is in Jail nt Danville awaiting trial upon the charge of burglarizing tho Cincinnati Southern ticket ofllco at Junction City, four miles south of Danville. He is charged with stealing five .valuable tickets. Chase says he is a returned African missionary, and ha been delivering lectnrcs at colored churches in central Kentucky, raking In good sum at every point visited. Jon.v Moss n Negro blacksmith at Mulr station, a few days ago attempted to commit suicide by shooting himself in the head with a pistol. He placed the xveapon to the back of his head and pulled the trigger, but as yet he is not dead, and the physician In attendance rtlrvew her church-membe- r, to-d- q. despondent over family troubles. A stkp svns taken a few days ago towhich he (the speaker) hail not given. The Journal, he said, ought to rrflect the exact truth wards a speedy settlement of the celeas to :he prccecumgs ol ine nous?. .Mr. nccj. brated coses of the commonwealth said be had no Idea of taking advantage of tht rrror made by tho Journal clerk tocmbirrast against the bondsmen of Treasurer Tate. The suits xvere transluo speaker After aome further exprcsslonol his opinion as to why, In his Judgment, the ferred from tho law to tho equity divispeaker should allow Ihe alterations cf his rutsion of the circuit court, sitting as a fisins to stand, as he claim. la tho Interest of cal court The accounts xvill be passed law, the corrections were hoae.t parliamentary upon by Master Commissioner Posey made and the house adjocrned. The clo- and it is thought that the suits will Wasmsoiox. Sept ture proposition was the suljectcf discussion until t o c ock In tho senate Friday, when the repesl bin bring the unfln'sho business as speeches by the Colorado sen. lakca up tors were made against any cbano In Ibo rules cf Ue srcaic rrovldlng for a ilosurc of deboto. Mr. Md'hecon, cf Kew Jersey, gavo notice that sticr r Turple, of Indiana, shall tmo spoken en 'he resolution, Saturday mcrn lug, bo should Insist lhat It go to the calendar, vhenco It wcu'd take nfnrmallri beforo tho icnatr. to get It action Horir-Amo- ng the many prlvato bills IntroFor the payduce Friday were tho following: ment of t.',OI) to Jennie M. Hunt, that being tho difference between the salary appropriated to bo paid hrr ss n clerk at l ttU per year In the officii of ttt eus master general from UW to IM Inclusive avl ho silnry actually paid her st the rote of M a year ns a clerk In the dead letter office fur the re'lef of llenj F. Kogcrs; for I Ward, of Holly Springs, the relief of for tae relief of the estate of Frank H Nichols; military record of Geo. Coulson, to correct ihe toccrreci ht military record of ThcC Work man: for me relief of F.lmcr llrcobank, et nl; granting an honorable discharge to Henry Hockley 'or 'he relief of SIhs Qnakcnbusb. to correct th- - mm lary record of Robert IL I'yke; foe the rcl.f of Geo. V Anderson! forjhorellrj of thoetai"f Daniel Ott. for the relief cf A M. Spomam for the relief of John Viands Theclotura Wasiiis- - v s Septcs-SssAT- r. resolution a. Satuiday taken up, and Mr. Turplo (Jem Ind ' argued against Itsadoptlon. Fla.1 ngarded cloture as f Mr. CaV propojluoo ' forbid dibate, nnd opposed It capoilall at nistlmo when the question of engrossing be tenilon as of such transcendent Important as to Justify the fullest debate. AI Mr. Call's remarks the resoluthe cone tion was re'rrred to the ocmmlttco on rules Ou niQttJiof Mr Voorhccs tho senate nt 1:14 went Into necuttre session, and at i o'clocksd-lournedu- JJou..uu. soon bo disposed of. well-know- s lo is-e- o by-tw- s ' ' '' IIoDst M' Talbcrt of Maryland, called up the the bill rem 'ting Uf.OiO In penalties to Mr. bulldors of the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius. Monday ox-j.t- Cummins chairman of Ihe Naval Affairs com. , supported the bill, maintaining that the raltti-f'fault Jay tot wtih the construction of ihe rrulur. tut with the shells. The guvernmcnl h id stlfcrcd nothing by the delay. Mr. Sayers, cha!nr.n of the Appropriations Committee, oppov-- 4 the bill, saying that when companies arntd boneses on vesiels they were quick to ,lni (hem, but when they had penalties to pay, h'T Invariably applied to congress for ro irf. lis said tho Vesuvius was a failure from point of view. The bill finally went over iiout aotlon, and the hotsa proceeded to trn .., deration of the printing bill. Iulsilile i.a Omaha were added to the list of elites n re proposals for furnlshlag pa per aro lo Will Iliie.Nr.OKR, a tough character, of Lexington, entered the house of Julia White, at Lexington, the other night, and found seated in the hall John Dice. Some words xvere passed, llreneger whipped out a dirk knife and slashed Dice In several places one stab entering near the cavity of the heart Dice's xvonnds were dressed, but his recovery is doubtful, llreneger mado good his escape. Ho xvas employed as a farm hand by Leslie Combs Tiik state executive committee, appointed by tho Lexington convention, held lust spring, composed of colored persons for the purpose of raising funds to fight in court tho separate coach act, passed by the iBst legislature, held a meeting in the office of Dr. J. C. Underwood, tho secretary, at Frankfort, the other afternoon. The pnrpose of tho meeting was to report tho fund collected, employment of attorneys, etc. Hon. John Feland, tlio collector of tho ChVensboro district, xvas engaged as attorney to manage tho cases. Ho will probably engage Col. Kobert G. Ingersoll, of New York, Hoadly, of Ohio,- - with and other assistance. Suit will bo entered In tbo United States district court," cither at Louisville or Covington, as soon a practicable, and the case will be taken to the highest legal tribunal. There xvere 12,500 reported collected to bo turned over to the treasurer, and other amounts In sight to run the amount up to 13,000. Judgo Felsnd waa present and accepted the engago- meut R, Ts reel-make- rs Milam st So:r, the famous of Frankfort, received an award In the department of fish and fisheries at the World' fair tho other day. r- aavrtUedfer. A Hankers' llorrowln- residence of J. It Mnrrs, his in Danville, the other day, of general debility, Incident to old ago. Hx) xvas 87 years of age. Iudok JosErn Jackso.v died at the - lllll. n 25,-N- owi d well-know- n co'n-polle- d cl r. 1'i-oi- h 1 cln-1-sr- Wamiinotdn, Sept US. The commit-teon banking nnd currency lias a favorable report on n bill prihlbltlng tho oftlcers of national banks from borrowing money from tho lunks with which they nro connected, except when their loan nnd securities which thoy otTcr, havo been passed ujion and agreed to by a yea and nay vote of tho directors Uow.n to tho present century a part jf the marriage ceremony In Hungary - .lifted in tlio groom giving tho bride x kick to rjmlud her of her subjeo lion. The court of appeals has affirmed the verdict of the jury, rendered at the January term last of.the Warren county circuit court, in the case of the commonwealth against Dr. T. J. Hourri-gun- , convicted of murder nnd given ten years in the penitentiary. As soon as the mandate of tho upper court arrives Ilourrigau xvill lie taken toFrauk-for- t to beglu his term. A nuwiikh of colored men became involved in a quarrel over a ganio ol craps at Kennedy Stntlon, near during which James llroady wos shot five time, receiving fatal Injuries. All the guilty parties escaped. Nbah Adalrsvllle. Logan comity, Win, Fuqua, a tenant had a squabble xvlth his landlord, James King, in to money past duo. Two dayi later King approached the houso occupied by Fuqua when tho latter fired a load of buckshot Into King's body, causing Instant death. The nssassln then fled, nnd ha not slnco been captured. Av.nt "Mammy" Pullk.v, colored, died nt her home In Paris tho oth.il morning, ut the rlpo old ago of xoarv She was formerly a stave In tin' fsmlly of Mr. Ik F. l'ullen, now es Duelimo In Ilussla ha become! SQ common that the government has Just decreed a severe codo of punishment. Killing an antagonist will cost six years.in prison) severe wounding, three years) duel without injury, six month) provoking a duel, six week to UurM months Mb. Quldstoxe astonished some oi hi auditor in the house of common the other night by using the word "gumption," yet who could employ It more appropriately, toeing how much if the quality the U. O. ,M. possesses hlmseMT . - s Provisions fur llrunswlck. Mnd. IH'ci'ii'm Cili. THE DAIRY. Nkw Yoiik, Sept 25. Dr. Jenkins, llAlintsuuno Pa., Sept S3. Tho tes issued a timony for the divorce is uow oeing of tho nort hus Cows should be kept oft low, weedy health ofllcer statement to tho effect that ho would takon in tho suit of Mad. Marin Uocco pastures. send tho Morgan lino steamship Ailitrnlnst Frnncis Leon Chrlsmaii; her IlUTTUit that Is a long ttmo coming I glers through thn kindness of C, P. husband, to prqvo tltlo to the Villa sold to bo of Inferior quality. ofjriecca, In this city. Chrlsman waon be milked dally at th' Huntington, to tho destltuto people be Cows should tno und Thurkilay, nnd tho burden of Ilrunswick, 0a and tho ship will snino time and by tho same person wus that provisions which It Is said that when cows are fed on frelghtoi with by a committcu or will- hi testimony songstress thu extravagant citl- nanus ol the maim ll imposbran the cream rises slowly and Is hard bo distributed to snvo any money. nnd that hi tens of tho aflllcted towa A physician . lime wns used to churn. to buy tho hoino. accompany money Tun average yield of milk per cow In from IV. Jenkins' staff will Threw I'lnnct plsoovcs-cil- . Great llrltain Is said to be four hun- the vessel and looli n.ter Its sanitary All M. condition, going and rtituriiln KlKI. (HWRuvATonr, Sent? . pound a year. dred 'o will rir.trlnlr, of Nkv, hns d.sct'vcft'd three Aihino the milk thoroughly be.'oio cmitrlbiitlnns to the Algiers' I plunets i f the eleventh 'inrgh'tmh o welcoin t by Hr. Jenliluf. 4k wttltiff will help gnntly In preventing bad flavor In milk find butter. m-.- Cnpt, Ollinoro Detained. Wasiii.vo rox, Sept 25. An ordorhas been Issued from the war department detailing Capt. Quincy O. M. Ollmore. JStlt cavalry, as professor of military icience nnd tactics at the (Ada) Ohio oormnl university. i PEOPLE ACROSS THE SEA. JoiEru CitAMBEnLAix expects to visit America again this fall. I'M.nck HisuAitcK' rheumatism U still so acuto that ho Is unablo to leave MsiiDgon. M. CiiAtivw, the barber of tho Thca tro Francois, has been cleoted to tht French assembly by a close shavo. Ol'EEK VicToniA is said to be a skill ful knitter, ..'ably. ,Sho - Nr.vrroiiT, It. I., b'ept 25. Five new p.'ojcctllcs for Erlcs.in's Destroyer havo arrived nt tho i i pedo station They are each about twenty-sevefeet long nnd weigh sixteen hundred pound. Trials with them will prob n Dcnilly Contrivance.. hlv'lfglu Inn fewdav and works at tt Indcfatl ha knitted, with her la lies, many quilts for the use of tip iroundediiu hospitals during the out., palgus of,,the llritlsh forces. l! , Mr Y iWiijimi si run mi muss I. iMnaisii.iiUis . n kt. ii rrr i i ir ; ,j,i'ir ). ,t n,.' . . wx. inuc: . " t itit tt till nrr iTTirirwrn ' ' . n -- . ' i , rr"irTTrTiT "T.TrTTiiM t iiMsT ! i n i n ! i m mi n 'lrii Mr i n i, .jrvn ;. ry" r - f'sfVgStsssiuA UwW. JPt s-- (., J. ; " THE HICKMAN COURIER. "iMibllfthcd I'.vory Frltlny by . GKOHGE fyric"c WAIUU.N, tint door to City Hall Iltckmnn, Kentucky. Jackson ntreel THE HICKMAN COURIE TIM OLDMT If BW8PAPB1 IN WEBTBRIf KENTUCKY. FINE JOB PRINTING kxhc v u.'i WITH HEAIRESS AID D1SP1TC1 BALK BILLS, ()i:0l1K WAIIHKN. i JAM. 0. WKAKNt Assistant Falltor IMItor ENVELOPE- -, LETTER HBAD9fc BILL HEADS, INYITATION8, l'rico of Subscription, JJll.OO O.sk o( thu largest pears ever grow Thomas county. On., Is on exhibition nt a tJrnif lorc In Atlnuta. It Is a KiefTor, grown ly Mr. l L. Vnrnudoo, -- lid Weighs tlilrty mid n hnlf ounces. In ..STABLISIIKD 1859. A HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY MONSTER STONE, fur Only n KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTI.MBER THE VALKYRIE. rii KnttlUh Ynrlit Arrltrs Atler Stormy I'lavine-M- ie s Aieor.leil n Koyal Wei-ron- if In M- i- Ne York lliirlMir. 2.0, 1893. VOL. XXIIl. SI WASnrTOS tp-ll- sl NO. 48. I ETC, ETGt OA2L AND SEE ITS. STATE NEWS. I Ii a Mmiolllli, Hut Will He Intrnilml No Cllr Cut l'i Inlii lliillillnif stone, TaLouisiana Has Grown Tired ol Will - It. Ddm'tji. Minn , Sept so I.ust fall Frederick Prentice, u New York man, Mil. ritii.il" II.uiton Kur, of North Mob Violence. owning n sandstone quarry on the south Carolina, U it lineal descendant of Mary shore of Lake Superior, near Ashland, Washington, through her youngest sou, conceived the Idea of getting out nud Charles. She Is thus a great grand-iiiec- o Gov. Foster Dcsclgcd With Appeals to setting up In the World's fair grounds of tlio Father of his Country, itnJ u great monolith, whieh should be the Enforce tho Law. It one i)f Ills nearest relatives. largest single column In existence. A He thereforu had cut in his quarry, tree which measures fifty A North l.miMai!n A It true? Hirers Ktl- - nt a olght feet In height and olght feet and cod of about 1 13.000, a stone 110 ( laTtirlr lliKnritlnc ttliltn n hnlf In circumference Is still bearing feet lonif, teu feet square at the tllloil llril..re llrllnK( ,i,,tl fruit on the farm of Frank Tucker, bare and nud tajierlng to four Ann I'rnin IIU (Wtllon. near Mt Clemens, Mich , whore It was feet nt thu top Then tho Wisf tilnnlcil over n century ago by Mr World's fair commissioners consin Hud-ioNiv0i:I.)wsf, Sept JJ. Flu kcr's grandfather. getting estimates of from 2.r,000 one of the hcnl'tg mcm-ntntlio lifterV0, OIK) to f us tho cost of moving nnd for ten IIukt II.MiTKrnu not work except la Imr of north Uiulstuna, setting the stone, refused to mnko nn snr.lustoii. mill whan he Is busy pn -- J curs occupied the osltlou of district appropriation, as they only had frtO.OOO story ho will hide himself nwny In atti mey of tho parish of Ounchltn, to apciiil In all. It was then offered to soum inburlmu ictrcnt Known only to reached (he city Moudny morning from the city of Milwaukee, as a glf t to iti .Monrr-c- , en route to Union park board, hU closest friends. Hero ha will rise his home In to lie n second nnd grcntet just nftcr tho ilnwn, I ut his desk llougo, to consult with (hit. KosUtoii Cleopntrn's needle. n icry Impcrtsut tubjiet aJTcclIng the several liours lfore breakfast, nnd lescyclone .. I uncus oi not tn i.duisinnti. tvtien 'the financial severity struck Mllwsu-kcd'wlt1...........1 .. Tj t- - ll y --- ry Just ilont that ureal ' ot, his iatlori tliHiniidif-!J?'K,--ecntributed Ijiial rliU"" Tfi ' ln "UT J ... I ' '" .. Ward a removal fund, it was found that J hk i. ncroKee hlrlp Id: j H ISO miles lon s was from cmbarrnvsed anu uiiydglil mllos wide, am going to seo the g vcnior which menus thnt It contains iilmo uiimtn rtlKiut the white caps In our m lion of Individuals. Now Mr I'rentlco has lx gun work nt his quuny cutting up thli miles r O.oK), 400 ucrcs. of the state. After laying fails lyfore hn strip Is said ii of no value except his excellency, which by e'dtlie monolith for building stone. It wai haft ever quarried Ir for n cuttle range. That Is, nlwut 4,. troubles In JelTerson parish all re- the largest 600,000 ncrw. Is Ut for farms. At a quest him to oiler n rownnl fut ihe nr- - America, and in the world, in moderr quarter section, or 100 acres, lotwl-tier- , rest and conviction of iiiunlercs who days. then- - It laud for .T.UOJ families the year hnvo Iven holding the REPEAL MEN aside from those who build towns. of North IouisIana In terr.ir " Tn I'nrrollie .Hrrmle In otr irxm tlie Ml Mr Hudson Is the nttorney the A MiVM. entertainment irr In Kngland Houston (ciitrnl, Arkansas and North- vtASHl.NOTOs, Sept '.'o. The rnmoi recently at nit carl's country seut wns ri.i railroad, which Is the southern revived Monday night, but not verified uie ri muttons of a Indies' lire brigade. hrrtnrh of the Imn Mountain, ami he that the Twenty-si- x joting wouien, among sajs that the recent murders ofwctun ate have ndvocates of repeal In the sen formulated n plan by whirl whom Mime honorable misses were In- hands and the murderous avtnulls they will force n vole nn the silver bill cluded, went through what whs pro- whieh ate hiade almost daily have nounced a most creditable exhibition grown sfl nlannlng thnt he hss w.th The plan is uot disclosed, but it is lull mnted that His Mime arbitrary method of iuniilng, hose pnicticc. and ladder the eiMiperation of gixid cltlenv Wen Stevens left the ml bbuiket practice. Of course they rompelled to seek the aid ot the state Monday night for Alleutowu, citi la. worw u picturesque uniform. suDioritles, with n view to bringing where he Is to be the guest of the guilty parties Injustice. Tilt: Hank of Kngland note Is not of lllack for a day or so. "The white caps just now have the same thickness all throiigli. Tho Illlllll Still ('lllllllll. everyone terror stricken," continper Is thicker In this d cor- -' Atiim-tiCotir.r Im.a.mi fi.n tier, to ennlde It to take it letter nnd ued Mr. Hudson. "IjisV June, In the Alirs-A- . Sept So. (Icorge Dixon is still parish of Cntahoiiln, on our road, near shiirix-Impression of the vlnett feather-weigh- t champion of the there, and is also considerably thicker a place called Ollle. the white caps in the world, the wonderful colored puglllM In the dnrk shadows of the center let- ambush, fired Into one ot the nrrtnui noblr ters nnd under the Ugurrs at tho end. gangs. The gang was comjoMl nf Smith, defending his litlo aKiilnsl Soil of California, in this fighting while nud colontd men, several vif Counterfeit notes are. lurarlnbly of ono w Monday night It was horn were woumleil Tills was done ring by the thickness. in daylight, at . o'clock In tho nfter- - nut an ignominious detest for thewest Hit till, is pnsslng through tho ordeal noon. A on t a year ago the white caps. ern aspirunt, for he fou,-'h- t well and which nil countries must experience in or whatever they may style tin him Ives, gnumly until the last, 4Udn second lie- the process of governmental evolution. In tho. parish of Ouachita, In the hill fore the blow was delivered which gave The change from mounrchlal to re- ecllon, shot Into s section ganir at him his coup du grace he appealed !c have a good clmiu-publican institutions was effected at work on the road. The air air for the l?ht It rewas the hardest fight Hlxon has had one stroke Hut one stroke did not ported to the grand Jury. TheyfuU-nnd he received Iroin the Califoruian settle things. A permanently success- to find any bill ful revolution Implies vast changes In more punishment than he has got in "The hit reaps have eouiuirn-p- l social and political conditions which serving notices on cotton giiifter. tvy of his previous buttles. always coma slowly Tliesfl notlci-- s urv? of the same . liar- A rittnhlrtlcM. as those served along the II Wtlilflit'lin, '.i , Sept '.'il A pliable TokONTti decided thnt ".ho will not ncter Central road telling the pnsluecr i i.il permit any street cars to le run in that cotton is worth ten cents per p " id. s'ctncle wns seen on the streets ol city on Sunday. Tho decision was snd commanding them uot se! l n Steelton Joseph lase Is n feeble ohl veteran whose pension was his onlj made nt the polls and It was n most le-- s flguro. Selling twluw to ten , animated contest between the .Sabba- will result in the burning down (' .it. support Two months ngo his pension tarians nnd the street ear company and gill houses. The destruction o i.eir was taken from htm by a recent ruling, Ir and it preyed on his mind He put on "the world's cople." Tho friends of gill houses means to the farmer his old army suit of blue, hlsknup&nck, Sunday caK Wrro defuati-by the most every instance ruin for Ufa haversack, eintecn, cartridge box and following voles Tor enrs, Hidden, In conclusion, said: plor- - cnpv and shouldered his old nrmy JJ,(X0 agnlnsi ruuday ears 14,00.1. in(f die svme oi kit .urn no with Its rusty Iwyonct, all of our state, lay the facts which he had kept . since the close of Tiik lKys of Han rrnurlsco nre prob-nbl- y liefore his have come to excellency nnd have no the war. Tims accoutred he tottered In for plenty of work. Last fall a doubt but he will act It Is absolutely through the streets of Steelton crying, few of them were employed In tho s necessary, for il is doing more harm around I'resno, and theJr work than any ono at presrut ran imagine. "bread or blood." Kind friends took care of him was so satisfactory thnt l.MM are called It is keeping capital fpuu the state and for. They do their work letter mid Ihe Trainmen Arineil. railroad which I represent, and more rapidly than the Chinese. Olrls which Chicoo. Sept SO. -- The Michigan has much invested in the state. are also eager to work, and by another to arm Its trainCentral Krsrc.l Ills Srrllitrl la llrstti. year they nre likely to bo called Into men on trains carrying American exV A urn an, Mich.. Npt Nelson press or mnil cars, nnd other roads inthe vineyards ami orchards. Kuney. nged twenty-twtears, while tend to follow suit. Kmployes have Conthaiiy to the general lwliof. It Is out driving with his sweetheart. Miss mpplle 1 with Winchester ioieat-Insaid that U Hung Chang, the viceroy Maud Itmlnrrd, Sundiv niehl attempt-s- d shotguns, load. I with buckshot, and real ruler of t hinn. Is most kindly to shoot Iit, and fnilmg In tho nnd additional employes, sinillarl) disposed toniird the Christians. Two attempt flreil n shot into Ins own head, armed, have put on. so tint there of his daughters ere educated In Mav snd died nlmost InsUntU The girl will bo at least ten fully armed men nn Mon-an- y sachusetts, and Uth were converted to was so frightened thnt she died each express ond mill train, which Christianity Subsequently ono marmorning. It Is sn d. fiom the result force is nmph sutllcient to cope with n ried a rrenqhrnan and tho other an ol her experience Sunday night. band of train robbers no matter how Kiigllshtnnn. 1 heir Influence has mado well organized. The I'lsfiur In ItltitU. their father very tolerant of their coII ire. OnrssA, .kepl. In. Iteports fromchol Iainelres llu Itun IIU rf Hg Ion Is Is. lliivvrsKMi Hri: Thick, ept so. era in different pails of liussln arc L. alarming lleports fnun thirteen out of A noble looking bnv horse came hobI'tin tho three months ending goveniments show l.Hu bling back to the Judges after the 1 the shipment of shoes from twenty-fiv- e llrockton, Mass., aggregated 1)1,4(11 rases, nil fresh cases within tho past fourth race Monday so hopelessly cares, which falls Wlow the shipment! few- dnrs. In the si me time In tho broken dow ii thnt twice he fell to his knees, lie stajjeered up and bravely In the corresMiuding weeks ff IMU nnd tame " terumclits there hnvo ISV In 1KH the shipments for tho I.VM ileal Is. The govcriiiiient of I'odo-li- n. continue his journey back to his stable, every step a pilnful effort It which is most h 111 cted by the same weeks footed up Ul.MH caes and is not inc.uilcd In thew returns. was the hist nppeiranco of Ilirhard tti P41l cases. Thn shipments for Croker's gallant one of the the iresent jeor up to dale, however, VWir UUnmrrk llien'l ll.lnni. gsentest thoroughbreds this country show nu increase over the two previous llr.m.i.v, Sept. Sit A dispatch from j ears even in tho face, of the preseut Klsslngeii Mjs that the cause fordo-lajlu- has priHluccd. business depression. tlm,rrntr lllit llrtnrrn rnriorrs. the r.'turn of I'rlnec Ulsinnrclt roitTsjiofTll. O, Sept 2fi William to rrledrlcksruho Is the sickness of a PnrstitKNT Voi.n'a tomb has Wn a fcmnlcferrnnt there who is sulTcriiig Lawrence nii'l Michael Callahan two subject if judicial proccedjugs In Ten- from typhus fever Princess lllsmarok, farmers engaged In a tight on the nessee' and it has been finally removed therefore, dos not wnnt the prince to Scioto river, bridjv Monday afternoon, to a plat of giound within the shadow return to clisr.ihe until the wont-- u that nearly resulted in a murder As It is, Inllnhan received Injuries that of tho capital at Nashville. Tho courts can Ihi removed from there may result fatally, while Lawrence redecided that Mr. 'oik's will leaving his Argentina's Only ceived n broken arm an 1 jaw bone. estnlo "to tlio worthiest of his nnmo Sept. .'". 'lb. Klnnncint Inung Wmtisil Shoots n Consul. for.ver" was void, as constituting n News snyrt that it is becom iig increas-iligl- y A OiihNHA, pcrjwliilty, nnd tho legislature prolady Sept nppnunt Hint tin nterest of named IkmdarenkoSO. red ayoung Monvided tho money for tho removal of tho shot lomll older inruirun the consul toinl;, as tho laud on which It stood beof l'rchiilent Suetis I'cnn from day at tho German consul's Tho shot came labia to division tho arm. 'I he ciflli'o In llr.ir.il. It is nlso slid that a took effect in dlctatoishlpon the p. rtot llocn wound Is not mtIous. The girl used it virtual Thr railway master blacksmiths is the only hopo of snlvatun for tho revolver of small cililier. She was arrested, and refused to tnlk. hnvo orgnnlzed nn association, tho republic. ofwhlcljito tho ndvnnccmont ot Mint lITiirstii by Mot. (Intttrs. . tjiatirl of thu. blacksmith an uppllcd to jrlnclnnill 3lnntlrs test on Nkw IIoshin, TeA., Sept Urt. Perry II 9 rnllwny work. Tho organization wnn i HroMiki) a llratchcr, wnnted for criminally as4 i lxu'srlllr I jmrfected In Chicago recently, nnd 4lt illlllinere , S saulting n white woman, wns foun If u'hlciu-rS i New York i .... 4 over tho Arkansas border Monday by staitsoul with a goodly numlicr of 1M lx)U's merobcni und n very comfortable sum 1 rhll.iilelptita ."am citlrens- - llratcher's body was riddled nihil can Of n'ouey In the treasury. Tho nlm of with bullets, and was hanging from a this nsvoclntlon is to do for tho master HOW 11IKY HANI;. Huib. Won. Ixwi bln ksmlths whnt the Muster MechanCt. l'r Money In Tom iter. CI DT7 40 Ilostcn ics', Muster Cur Iluilderi,', Master Car TH roMlllov. O., Sept '.'a. -- Andy Hyatt, ut I'lllsliitrifh. did Painters', nnd Kondmnsters' associaPhiladelphia 71 M tn n truck gardener of I'omeroy, has sold tions hnvo done for their memlvrn nnd Clivrlitnil CD M JW this season froid two neiesof ground .fo- - the rnllwnys employing them. New York hli ft tl,00t) worth of tomatoes. Lstt year 0 M llrooklrn ri he sold fl,100 worth from the same ,o Cincinnati ra ri A SiUWNhr. county (iCns.) farmer rg M grounds. Tho price each year averaged llnltlniuro in) ha. Just completed tho fill Ing of u silo Clilcafc. , .14 71 fl per bushel. ,. 51 m hlch holds 400 tons of ensilage. The hi n il ( hnlem on Htmrit. 48 I.oulsvlllo .397 7 a'lo Is constructed after tho manner of 40 Wsslilnetcn 73 Ilio .IvMKIto, Sept. SO The Itjillan .ut an lee house, only much stronger. The ship Vinceiizo i'l'iriu, fiom Genoa, nr A (Irrmaii JnuriinlUt Drail. orn from which the ensilage Is mado She had cholera or rived Monday. Is chopped up, stalks, ears nnd nil, JtiRt PT. I.OI'IM, Sept. '(, Uuis nfter It hns passed tho roasting enr the Herman journalist nnd publisher, Wiard, und her passengers were not al singe. When the slln is full It is mado died hero Monday, aged (14 yenis. He lowed to laud. She will return witl them to Genoa na nlr tight as possible and the content! wiih a native of Hesse, (Icruinnj undergo the process of fermentation, ('tnirr)i llurneil. .lames Corliett signed tho formal arChicago, Sept so. Monday after which onuses n temperature, nt the When ticles of ngi cement ut Asbur l'ark, noon the Upiscopal church o,i llrexe . highest stngo of 180 degrees. the ensilage is tnken nut in the winter Monday morning, to fight with i harlei iMiulcvard and Seu'iity-sixtstred Mitchell hus nlreadj signed took lire fiom the e dusiou of it Vim; It Is smoking hot nnd cnttle nnd horses Mitchell thu nrt'slea. enjoy It. and was entirely doitroyed Kiii.Ioiix Tuotii'HoN emphatically THE DAIRY. Puelino In Kussln has become' so to allow the tho United Slates of. flcials to Inspect ull Immigrants landed common that the government has just Cows hiioL'I.p bo kept off low, weedy severe code at Canadian ports, with a view to pre- decreed aan antagonist of punishment. pastures will cost six lll'TTKlt that Is a long time coming Is venting the Invasion of contagious dis- Killing thre-ycasaid to be of Inferior quality. eases Into tho country via Canada. years.in prison) severe wounding, duel without Injury, six tnonth. Cows should be milked dnlly at th' It Is estimated that 6,000 immigrant! come to the United States by way oi provoking a duel, six week to thrM sumo time and by tho sumo person months. It Is suld that when cows are fed on the Canadian ports each month. They bran the cream rises slowly and Ishnrd have been subjected to no Inspection Mn. Gladstone astonished some oi to churn so far as the laws respecting paupers, his auditors In the house of commons Tlir. avcniire yield of milk per cow in criminals und contract laborers uro the other night by using tho word concerned. Unless some other agree- "gumption," yet who could employ It Great llrltaiu Is said to bo four hundred pounds a year ment can bo muda the United States appropriately, seeing much AllllNO the milk thoroughly bc.'nio authorities will be obliged to establish if tho quality the U, O. M. how possesses vjttltig will helpgrratly In preventing Immigration bureaus along the border. MinscW? bnd flavor In milk oad butter. WHITE CAPISM. A TRUCE. Nkw NEW YORK JLILLI0NA1RES Receive Warning- - From -- Ither FimIIIUI) Sent C0.NGRKSS. KENTUCKY - Putionemcnt of tho Filibuster Ing Tactics, An 4 int Not nn Ah'inilonnirnt of Them Tin leilrrsl Klertlnn Hill Will Way Ht iro -rt After October Weoki Jlore or Talk. lla-T- . lne .41' lj f luaUIh l9BHIMlrJi' " ' Jcl 'I three-fourth- One-thir- d 1 Wajhinotox, Sept 2s A truce hai been declared on the silver light In the icnate. It Is only u iiostponcment ol tho llllbusterliiif tactics nnd not an tbandonment of them. It Is a compromise, but at the sumo time a defeat for Senator Voorhees. who has almost wil llngly played Into tho hands of the southern democrnts and let them hove all tho time they want to talk ignlnst silver repeal uutll the hou passes the Tucker repeal of the federal election laws and It w 111 eomo to the senate. This Is exactly what tho south crn men wnnt tho vote on tho silver repeal postponed until they can an IngonUe It with the.rcpcal of .tho, fed eral election Inw, and Voorhees by lis actions Friday has fallen Into line as quietly rnd calmly as tho most ardent silver man could wish. I'or nbout two weeks more tho sen-nt- o will do nothing but talk. Voorhees claims lo have discovered that it was useless to press bis motion for all-nig- greeting, 'Ihe foreigner quickly perceived tho bat.ner and replied with the production of the colors of her own nation. Thus begun a displny of entente cordlule that continued In sight until long after the yacht had come, to anchor off Hay Itldgo, Long Ulnnd. Tho boat wns towed up from the Hook to quarantine, where Health Oftlcer Jen- UnsKolpvnsexrwctlngJthcji'-sltor.- H fcoae ededlfrvlVb'liis' formal lnycstlga Mon, anu came to mo satisisciory conclusion that nil on lioard wcro welL Cnpt Criinficld reported that ho had left Southampton on August 21 In ballast, consigned to Muitland Kersey, New Yprk, who Is Lord Dtinraven's roprcseotatite on this side of the water. From quarantine the vessel wns towed across tho narrows to tho Itay Kidge anchorage u ith tho Koyal Yacht club Sept. s:i -- It was barely lawn when tho Vnlkyrie came Into New York harbor Friday morning, but there were various vessels on tho water of the bay nnd they gave tho visitor a reception or series of receptions that made Capt. Cranilold and his Jolly tart feel at onca tl.nt they wcro welcome even liefoto the town had got up from . It was 0.47 n. m. when the bold racer wns hlghted from the Sandy Hook olsorvntor', and ai soon as she was sighted the ensign wns run up ns a preliminary mk. nrchlsts or Cranks. rhrre Are Hslil to men (luantlnc He rive ColIU P. lDIif5S,i.',i,1"MonaTUr nanlreil'Witeh- llnntlnston's anil Carnellns Vanilerbllt'a Mansions l'ollce Ueiwrtment on the Alert, New Yoiik, Sept 38. Collis 1'. Huntington, the railroad mngnato, and Cornelius Viinderbilt, havo been notified recently by an alleged anarchist that their new palaces on Fifth avenuo would shortly be destroyed with dynamite. Ono of tho young gentleman employed In n confidential capacity at the Ornud Central depot Is the authority for tills statement "Mr. Cornellns Vandcrbllt received an anonymous letUr to the effect that his new house on Fifth avenuo and Flf ktreet was In danger," said the Informant "Ono of tha' workmen tHlu unfinished residence also dtecov rJa)7aTtl? tacked up.oB.the the cam ,v. I TlIK Tmlsvlll unit Vnnrlll. r,.Tl.ll. fctewartol sarly tho other morning called upon " mcnlmmi U c repeal the rxmlsrllln rvill,. rn. in .... ,..w.-- .. .. " ' lo ln.ll. ih. ernmenw ov m r naWics of Mellco, Central their property. The striking shopmen had gathered in tho Tenth street yards and 8ouffATirl, UrU BnJ San i,-,- ,, ""- - a- -te in a conference) to be nu dissuaded tho men .brought to hel . In WwftjHton -- fhln lour monlhs from Louisville to take their places from gothe passi;4 of tt to the adoption of a common si.vtr cola to to-- issue, by each ror. ing to work. They protested, however, irnment, 14 be 1 ,tnJf , ln all commcrdaj that they had no thought of violence. te, the cltliens of all thi Is quiet and no Indication '." Amirlcan states of further trouble. uf Importance transacted. Tim McDowell will case was aettlsd' WAMlihoj, s.pl ,cn t Danville by a verdict from tho Jury I'vtlrta -- Uctaslnifthere-pl J,e.,;?, "n,-"l'- but Senator Voorh-- s tried for tho third In favor of the executors. lime to t a rite, tmt. of course, was prcTen Titr. third bridge across the Ohio river d from sa lis therefore proceeded to make which historical ai nt Louisville, trom Knst Louisville to rejarrls Bwum. anl to lirgo - llespoke Jeffcrsonvllle. Is to be completed as -- Hh n Sltalir, and In s -- actioar tt - satlc factory t4l rr rcaicrficept whn he.refcrred rapidly as possible. Work wns suspend-t- d after the completion of the piers and a "sy.to the force WIL Senator Uubolt .J" Wftwed oorhces ard th- - rer--l repub- one approach threo years ago;' tmt relicans, afn fco called admlnlsiratlonlsts. cently the Ulg Four KaHrond Co. seit sid addressed the senate cured control of the property, and will wlthrmccifnr-y.-ncalmly tusUlnlng the (tso the bridge for u entrance, to slstcra-saVnatocVoiirhees I- SrMlon. iaK.vK.l. n,lttn !rr.k, 1 HoS--cot-t- r.t ut Lou-,Uvlll- e. "me of the house Tacsday was wasted -J- lvwit-j the' eM to get tho federal BITlrWI.IUtl-flai- iiocswhe il sessions liceatise If he did the fr left-han- c r 1 e 1 d mus-TK- 1 vino-yard- to-dn-y K-e- N-e- lst sliver men could filibuster all they w lshed and tire out the repealers rather than themselves. This wns shown by t it Is actheir aetlons this wee'rf, knowledged here by those who understand the situation thoroughly that the new arrangement by no means docs away with the filibustering whieh Is inevitable. It merely postpones It After tho week or two weeks for which the senate will jog along with stated debate has expired the same question must bo met again. There arc pending amendments to the bill as well as nn Infinitu range ot opportunity for amendments yet unborn. Upon each of tho amendments present nnd to come, the silver men can nrgue with plnusibillty thnt they hnve aright to bo heard. Added to all this will Is? the presence of the bill for repeal of the federal election laws on tho senate calcndnr Tho house expects to send It to the senate by October IS, nnd If it comes to a tight pi nee the silver men will try nnd call It up and displace the silver repeal bill. Should this scheme le successful it would rreit y v caken the ehnne s for n de rcpo'il f l i S.ierman law i ...icr men have everything to "le for, nothing to lose. They think that the country may so far rega n Its wonted prosperity within a month that people will think the Sherman net not rcsitotisihle for tho panic, nnd, as Mr Wolcolt announced, the pending measure may go the way of the force bilk (me thing seems to le assured, and that Is for the next week things will go on quietly in the senate. The silver men. neconllng to the plnn ndopted I'rldny night will lie able to talk dally from 11 to 0, excepting nn hour it so svtttuli will o tlevot.d to tlio transaction of the routine business of the sen-ntnnd the reponlcrs will have to sit by nnd calmly listen to the rethreshlng of old straw. It is safe to say that for the next few days there will lie n small nttendance of senators, because during the truce the lenders will not hnve to be on guard, nor w ill the senators bo com pelled to attend as they were when th war was on. Meanwhile tho president intends to use this time for work. Ho stated Saturday morning that he wns ns confident ns ever 6t n direct vote upon the rejieal bill, and that It wns only n qucfttinn of eiMurnnce upon the part of the cnator It Is the purpose of the j resident rnd the heads of departments to concentrate everything upon the senate, and uso their Influence tc defeat consider ttlnn of any other business until Ihe silve.- - bill is dispone of I . Scp-li'inl- GRADED V INCOME TAX. - - lx-e- 1 e, lJl ,MI11,'inirkiilile lllll l'rrsrril I7 sinirl in. AsltlviTov, Sept S.I. Ilcprescntivi De Annond, of Missouri, has prepaiel a tdll for a graded income tax on ratl'er remarkable line. It Imposes u tnx on all Incomes In excess of (10,000 per an num. the amount to lo lived each y at g b 1 11 sH-ed- 1 ' t, be equal to the amount npproprlnn for the payment of pensions 'oi that year. Tnkng tho rate ot tax as scsseil upon Incomes ranging from t ooi to f.10,000 ns a bnsis, thnt on in comes of from S0,000 to (100,000 si a be twice ns large; on incomes of fr hi f 100.000 to s.00,000, three times ni large, on It jomes of from fSOO.OO t ."00 000, foi r times ns largo; on m comes of from $500,000 to (1, 000,000, nu times as lute. and on all Incomes n ccess of $1, "00,000, six times ns law ' til amount of revenue to bo secure the secretary of tho treasury, the u Joh-Mo- ob-Je- at 1 1 The Soverevi Grand Lodge Odd Fellows complete work and adjournol after confirming tho refusal of tho grand slro to furnls) Cnn't See the Mlt.WAUhKK, Sept SS ltltll-il- . 1 ,t (' Archbishop Kntrcrwlth a copy of tin ritual of tho order.' Tho archbishoj requested it copy In order that heiniglr itecldo whether there was nnjthftif objectionable In It from the standH)ln of the church The Sovereign grant" lodge confirms tho decision on tht grounds that no authority esists foi ex eullng tho secrrt of tho order to any ono not a memlier. Terror. Tex., Sept S.1 Xewi ,iuN reached hero from Mc Xnnejvlllo, about 18 miles west, of the killing of Mrs Arrlngton by Jim Uaxter. Mrs. Arrlngton owns considerable property In Unit neighborhood, nnd, as was her usual custom, sho was around collecting uud looking after her property. She had u dispute with lloxter over some matter and tho killing was tho result Mrs. rrington boro nn unsavory reputation, huviiig been in the United States penitentiary for pension fraud, nnd it Is reported that sho has killed two or thice men. A Lvxil'vsssH, Irui - - h Vanderbilt Is not at all worried by threats ngnlnst his property, for he Is one of tho few millionaires In New York who spends his surplus money, beyond enough to support himself nnd family in dignified style, for charitable objects. There Is no person In tho United States who has given ns much money toward tho erection of churches snd relieving tho needy as has Mr. Vnnderbllt" Thero nro four times ns many wntch-mo- n nnd detectives nlong Fifth avenuo In the vicinity of tho rcsldonces of the money kings as there wan a few monthi Bgo, before the anarchistic element became noisy. So said one of the watchmen found gunrdlng the new million-dollpnlnce of Cornelius Vnnderbllt He mild that tho owners of palaces nlong Fifth avenuo have not been talcing any chnnccs on letting nnarchlsts place bombs under their front stoop-H- e estimated that five hundred new watchmen hnve secured employment since the anarchists began their recent noisy meetings on tho cast side. Superintendent of Folico Ilrynes was asked If ho believed the anarchists e would daro to molest property-owner"Let them cross Third nvenue with any designs ot the kind, cither singly or collectively,", he A llolon Cliurrli Mrtnber Accnscil ol said, "and lieforo they had crossed S, lli.lllnc Hanks (Hit of 0173,000, Miull-u- n ivvemu the outlre party would Uorrros, tsepf TKl. Thomas o. be under arrest I do not intend tellformerly of the firm of ing just what our plan Is In dealing fc Dcnnle, tho anarchists but with these leather denlers, of Commonwealth avenue, and for years a prominent sulllcc to say that they are absolutely is wanted by the police. under control, and Fifth avenuo manHis his wife Isin Newport, sions nre in no danger of destruction ut they positively refuse to toll where by bombs I assure you." Mr ltlchanUon is. This is because there is an indictment wnrrant out for hjs arrest He is charged with securing by An Electrical Apr-rat- us Invented I)y a means of false pretenses from one Clevrlanil Man Teiteil at the Fair. (Irnnlono tho sum of ( 17S.0O0. HankCiiicaoo. Sept SS. At the World's ers were his victims. The charge of fair Sunday eveuing thero w as a private wrongfully the amount of display for the press, officials and elec-trlrbank$i;"..ooo,occordlngto experts of tho "cloud projeotor," ing people, docs not anywhere nenrly nn invention of I II. Rogers, of Clevehis misrepresentations, nnd sen land, O. The exhibition was given on l'dwnrd M the plnza of the administration buildsilions are expected Der.uie. one of tho partners of ing. The projector Is an electrical appatlio late firm, said Friday evening ratus for throwing signs, pictures and that he had not heard from Mr. choracters of any description In legible Ilichardsen since June 13, when he outlines upon the clouds several thoum is at ork hurlior. He had never sand feet so that they can Imj plainly f mud anything wrong about his part-c- i seen nnd read from tho earth. The r. business transactions but the projector wns also operated ngnlnst n t ten years had loeii very tiufortu-in'.bomb specially prepared by Mr. Fnln to oin-s- . produce large white clouds In the nir. Jets of steam from machinery hall wero AN AERONAUT'S ESCAPE. also utilized as n screen for tho signs I r f. Kin; ami 3ll ,'nIo Vorrl AlmoH and pictures from the projector to bo Drowned hi l,nkr MirhlCRIl. thrown upon. I lili'AOo, Sept 33. 1'rof Samuel A. King, of Philadelphia, the nerouaut, FOR HIS MONEY .mil Miss Juste Morris, of Ames, la., two Negroes Murder n l'oliih Jewelry w hit sells catalogues in the art gallery, l'rddlrr In Kentucky. had n narrow escape from death Mt. Vf.hno.v, Ky., Sept 25. Joseph inlay during n voyage through Monsio, n Polish jewelry peddler, " i lie They went up from the air this place, orld's fair grounds nt !!.:i0 Friday af- murdered a mile south oftho purpose by of two Negro tramps for ternoon. The airship went up until robliery. He was coming north, and it was but n speck against the blue Negroes near n house on the sky, and they suddenly legnii to travel met the highway. over Lul.o Michigan. When eastward Tho peddler Inquired if they hnd seen last seep fiom the World' fairgrounds his son on the rond. Thev nnswored it seemed to lie coming down toward yes and that they would return to the water, und it was feared tho two town with him. Afte? going a short air voyagers would be drowned. Neheard and The government revenue cutter Andy distnnce, shotjs werorun into the tho woods. groes wcro seen to at once stnrt?d out following that a thu course taken by thu balloon, und At tho inquest it was found passing ball on had entered when nbout twenty mllos north of the through the tho left urm heart city caught sight of it. It was sailing low, every now nnd then dipping into Armluir Train Crows. tho water, and moving so .lowly that Toiionto, Ont, Sept 23. Tho recent tho cutter quickly overtook It Cnpt. King declined to bj rescued, but said If train robberies nt Kendallvtlle, Ind , a boat was loaned htm he could trail il ind Hancock, Mich., have aroused the behind the balloon, an using it as A Canadian express companies to a lively rubber, could mnko tho shore, which unso of the dangers that threatens wns not far distant Ho wns glien the this side of the border. It has been to arm tho crews on every exboat nnd mnnngel to get the balloon to the beach, where he nnd Miss Morris press train with Winchester nib climed out, about nine hours after go- Other precautions of 11 defensive nature havo also bech taken, but their nature ing up ut tho osposlliaa ground s. the management refuses to reveal. . Prof. Henry, of l,tates, llcslj-uMini and Win- - Demi In a Well. Lkwisto.n, Me., Sept. .3, -- After thirty-KsllU'lKl.n, III., Sept S.V L A. nine years of constant service the resignation of President O C. Henry, KlirtA u farmer near Jeffcrsonvllle, while digging a woll was overcome bj of Hates college, went Into effect His wife discovered his Tho rosignntlOn is based solely the damp an thu fact that the edu- condition, and went to his rescue, when ho Iloth died cator has devoted the entire period of fore was nlso overcome.reach them. be assistance could un average man's life to thu interest-- of the Institution, and Is now comA ldglitllotise. pelled to abandon active work. Gl'llill. Ullll, Mex., Sept. S.I. The .'olin.i volcano nu the I'aeitlc const, I'IkIii Deaths ri in i lieleni. louth of this city. Is again active, and HiiKNT, Sept S3. Tho reports mado base of the to tliu authorities of llrcst Friday, shmv the people living near tho Maui iiounttiln nie greatly alarmed that there were eight deaths froiuuhob a.ivo abandoned their homes. '1 he jra In tho city Thurkday light is improsslvo nt night ar Fifth-avenulllch-ardsoItieh-ardson well-know- n church-membeCLOUD-ADVERTISINwell-know- n signal at her masthead, and made her way In ami ng tho fleet of yachts that were at anchor In tho Atlantic yacht-lnvc- n under the hill. The steam vnchts set up u shriek ing with their whistles, and the schoon ers sloops, yawls nud cntbuits ran up colors anil dipped them in the most hosp tnble manner, and the quartermaster of the stranger had his hands full in responding for nn hour or more. Tho anchor chain hnd not ceased rat tling through Its outlet before tho newcomer was surrounded by small crafts of every kind of appenrnncc, but all were courteous enough to refrain from bumping into tho guest It wns a perfect morning. Tho sky was truly blue, n gentle nlr moved over tho water, and tho atmosphere wns so clear that Staten Island, over threo miles away, looked so near felt ho could toss a biscuit ilgh upon Its land. The llrltons must have leen delighted with the American tvpe of weather. The same can not le saidof the Yankees who looked over the Lngllsh cup hunter 'I Iiy saw a mighty liKely looking craft and while none could form n positive opinion of her capabilities from what they saw above water, there was n, businesslike of whnt they did seo of her lines nnd rigging, nnd tho alert nnd Mstcmutlc actions of her oOicers and i row that made the patriotic spectators frown with foreboding "Tho Vigilant must bo all we believe her to bw to Wat that boat," was tho way tho sharps unanimously expressed their views. .BUNCOING DY WHOLESALE. wns covered witn a ecrawi, and It was carried on In a which declared that tho time had attlethatsas beautlful.lt nllbusterlne con be como or tho rich mnn to suffer called beautlfal Hnslly, In despair, the dem-wrongs u tho poor. nrnn nielt ud and adlourned. and held a for the It wns - very Incendiary In Its tone, but I caucus. The republlcaos held a caucus Tucs- .no aemocraia uaimcu 1. n ..1 .. ...-- a .- --. I ilar 11. .ur. .uuu-ruii- i, quorum tn ihe city, but Tuesdav work of some crank, who becarao agl- - , ' dWno, Bt any tlao have more th 171 i... ... tnted over the recent newspaper dR men wncrcasa quorum ivasnu u n. cusslon nbodt anarchists and their members Wahu.notos. Sopt threats. However, a similar card was In ab fence of Mr. of the eenalors from iho Mlver stateson the tacked upon the boxed-ufroii tho chamber C. I Huntington's mansion, across tcntttu themselves was an undoubtfd aurprlso to the re Fifth nvenue from Mr. Vanderbllt's peal men. If this ahouU becomes part of the appertaining policy ot the opponeau of repeal It would beAnything residence. to the destruction of property or a come an embarrassingIi)dement ln the contest. continuous tension six n threat against Mr. Vanderbilt or any of Tho '."ste aremained hours nnd half yVtdiifdr, Its "lonireat rehis friends or assistants Is at once idnce the repeal 111 was taken up. The iDrm ferred to Supt llyrncs, and the nui- repeal bill was diseased br Georce 'w.ss:.,-. cVimxtlT,OSIr the Bllbtitetjnz, iij - 1 - At., He'BdoraoW.th . . TtTTOBc- -i Co. is Illegal Anji 000. .1 WW, ull - court nat - ... ... and (he sheriff Is enjoined from collecting taxes on this valuation. Tho court puts the valuation at t0S0, iftf ifrc jjgfe! 111- -1 ... p roll-ca- fes-slo- sance ceases at once. Of courso Mr. crr e I n Tiik state executive committee, ap pointed by tho Lexington convention. held last spring, composed of colored persons, for the purpose of raising funds to fight in court tho sepcrato coach act passed by the last legisla ture, held a meeting In the ofllco of Dr. J. C. Underwood, tho secretary, at Frankfort, the other afternoon. Tho pnrpose of tho meeting was to report tho funds collected, employment ot at k-aie s 'cp.'.l Ihecioture torneys, etc Hon. John Feland, tho Yasiii-- - "saiuiday taken up, and Mr collector of tho Ovvensboro district resoluth ' I'd aruued against Its adoption. was engaged ns attorney to manage Turplo Fla ngarded cloture as r tho catcs. Ho will probably engage Mr. Cal ' 'iirbtd debate, and opposed It propojli Col. Robert 0. lngersoll, of New York, t " "me when the question of enespecial Hoadly, of Ohio,, with nnd ' "nitimwasof such transcendent grossing Jusll'y the fullest debate. At other assistance. Suit will bo entered tmporta Mr Cill's remarks the resolu ' the cone in the United States district court rred to the ccmmlttco on rules. tlonwas ' Mr Voirhccs tho senate at 111 cither at Louisville or Covington, as On mot wentlnb i" utlvesisston, and at 4 o'clock ad- soon as practicable, and the case will Monday be taken to the highest legal tribunal. journed - Talbert. of Maryland, called up lIuDsi There were 13,500 reported collected to n ting 3i 000 In penalties to the the Mil r. bo turned over to Uie treasurer, and bulldnrsifi dynamite cruiser Veeuvli-- Mr CuiEtnlns cha rman of tho Naval Affairs com. other amounts In sight to run the mllti?', si ivrted ihe bill, maintaining that the amount up to f5,000. Judge Feland fault J) vet w'ltl tno construction of the was present and accepted the engagegovernment sheila. ' ' 1 Ms Mill) in opposition to the bllL Mr Gecrgo yielded tho floor to Mr Gray (Dem, Del) who he spoke In advocacy of ire repeal MIL Wf-chad concluded, Mr. Vcirhees said the senate had done a fair day'a wfcrk, and he moved sn eccutlie aesslon, alth iigh Thursday he would ak the senate to contlsuo In serslon later In Ihe evening After a (hort executlie aesslon tho senate adjourned. HotTsKriopresentatlre Ilrran Introduced In the homo Wednnulvy ablll providing for a tax upon nsllonal bank depislts for the purpose of eecnro depositors raising a fund wllh-tic- htt sirnln.it log ln case of failure tn such tanks. The bill to repeal the forte laws has been out of tho committee and Is It the hands of tho house. A report from tho comnltteo on rules and somo pretty itul rulings b Speaker trup oiu ice tuslneis. The republliata seemed to be a good deal aitonlshed. Vthe rxAtx-Wbtn -f uikotos. Sept a: rcnati met 'lhurvdar tnornlrc Mr Piatt (Ilea, offered nla amendment to the rules pro- Ct.l vldlns for a closuro. Ho said tho rules ot mo ente as of (very leclslatlvo body, ouehs to facilitate the transaction of business, while, as a atltfr rf Tact. It (n.M not be denied that trey made It Itnossl lo or nearly Imposstle to e senate was faslioslng -iranfact business ihe rcsnect of the neenle tt the Untied, states It aa fast bclnj considered a body ibat ex g isted for the purpose, cf retarding and obstruct-lrltritlatlon, and was bclnu compared to th-- i Kngl(h house of lards resolution referred tc me committee on rules. Hot sic The house Thursday adopted anoi vr ttin n.tdn two weeks, beelnnlnc next for the cowilderatlon of tho the ... ker bill repealing IU federal election laws. Cealof effjrtto democrats barely liv a good a quorum Thursday, i. reeded )n muiterjog 1 the previous n,ntlon was ordered, 175-- i rule thirty mlnutca were allowed for t dtr the .The speaker laid before the bouse the smimt Its cTTMtlois'w true nmrrl pointed out that en four distinct occasions Ihe journal ilerk hal assumed reasons for rulings which he the rpeaker) nut not given, in Jocrn, hr said, ought 10 reflect thecxat truth as to hr r. c tilings of the hous? Mr Href said he ba.t no Idea ot taking advantage of the rrro-mj- d by tho Journal clerk toembirraii thorpeakrr After some further rxprcssionol his tplnt. n as to why. In bis Judgment tha spcaHcrsh u.l allow the a' trrntions of his ruling to stand as he claim d In tho Interest of honest par aiaentarr law, the corrections were made and hr houc adjoi rned. os Sept. W Asms The clo. t en was the sul Jct cf discussion ture pror k tn Iho senate Kr day when the untl 8. repeil t" - r.ir the unttn sh" business, woe " speeches by the ( oleraJo senatakca up tors wen -- i against any cbanzu In the ru.rs rj rovldlng for a closure of debate cf tie si m gate notice Mr. Mcl'hi rf New Jersi-- s r Turple. of Indiana, shill hare that aftc' he resolution, Saturday mcrn poken ' Ing, bo r." d Insist that It go to the calerdar whence it weu'd lako afflrmatlv 1 before the icnate. It action 1' t Horsr- - sin ng the many prlvato bills following- - Forthepiy ri tho roenlot i. "I 'tu Jennie M. Hunt, that being iho different. iinen Ihe salary appropriated to a clerk at !1U per year In tho bo paid - master gentral from IHO to PDl offireof 1' her at ih" a dory actu illy Inclusive 4 year a a clerk ln the dead let. thernte ' '" r ihe re let of Hen J V. Hogers, for office ter the relief tl lil' Ward, of Holly Springs, for tac ti ' f the es'ateof Frank H Ntchola. ie miiitiry reconl of Geo. toulson. tocorrrit loccrrec ' m lltary recxrdof Tbos C Work -i ef of I'.Imer Ilrcobank, et al man for grunting an h"norab!e dlscharje to Henry r !! relief of Sills Quakenbush. 10 Hockley ary recerd of Ifobert II Fyke correct tl r for the ri,-- ' ' Ueo. J Anderson forhorell ' Daniel Oil for the relief f A. of thor-iji- -M. bpon m ' r the relief of John Viands. firm of Day it Holf, of Frankfort and n member of tho city council of Frankfort died at Farmville, N. Y., a small village in tho Adirondack mountains, ot consumption. At Lexington James Itoblnson, whe shot olt Ike llucgln's band during a row at llrocktown some time ago, was sentenced to the penitentiary for six years the other evening. FaiimhuJ. U. Cociiha.v, of Calloway county, Is dying from hydrophobia, having been bitter by a small dog seven years ago. Itr.v. Dil Cuasr, ns bo styles himself, Is In jail nt Danville awaiting trial tiro upon the charge of burglnrl-In- g Cincinnati Southern ticket ofllco at Junction City, four miles south of Danville. He Is charged with stealing five valuable tickets. Chase says he Ls a returneel African missionary, nnd has been delivering lectures ut colored churches In central Kentucky, raking In good sums at every point visited. John Moss, a Netrro blacksmith at Muir station, a few days ago attempted to commit suicide by shooting himself In the head with a pistol. Ho placed the weapon to the back ot his head and pulled the trigger, but as yet ho ls not dead, and the physician In attendance WMees lie 111 reoover. Moss vraa despondent over family troubles. A STKr was taken a f.w daya ago towards a speedy settlement of the celebrated cases of the commonwealth against the bondsmen of Treasurer Tate. The suits wero transferred from tho law to tho equity division of the circuit court sitting as a fiscal court The accounts will be passed upon by .Master Commissioner I'osey nnd It is thought that tho suits will soon lo disposed of. J. Wilous Tuor.vro.v, a mall carrier, fell dead with hemorrhage of the lungi . at Lexington. Two children of John Horn, colored, nged 11 and 7, were playing near th barn of J. T. Young, of Olmstcad.whct one said to the other, "Less burn d barn." They found chunks of fire left from firing the tobacco, placed them bj n post and piled shavings on top. In 1 few minutes the structure was In flamei nnd burned down, destroying COO sticks, of fine tobacco. Chab. Holf, a prominent cltlien and grocery member ' of the well-know- n tn. Win. HiiKNTOKR, a tough character, of Lexington, entered the house of Julia White, at Lexington, the other night, and found seated in the hall John Dice. Some words were passed, when Hreneirer whipped out a dirk knife and slashed Dice In several places, one stab entering near the cavity of the heart Dice's wounds wero dressed, but his recovery is doubtful. Ilreneger made good his escape. Ho wns employed ns a farm hand by Leslie Combs. crt.lr 1 -- The hut with the hid srff' red nothing by the delay. Mr. Sayers, rbJlniatt of the Appropriations Committee, pos 1 the bill, saying that when rcmpanlra arn- -' bonesca on vcsiels they were quick to .'m hem, but when they had penalties to y.r, hy Invariably applied to congress for ro ( jh said tho Vesuvius was a failure from rv point of view Tho bill finally went over out aotlon, and the hoi,no proceeded to tic df ration of tho printing bill Ioulsl.lc U.naha were added to the list of clt s paper aro to e v.h re proposals for furnlshlnj ' rtl'd for. A ment j Milam ; Sos, the famous of Frankfort, received an award ln the department of fish and fisheries nt the World's fair tho other Ct reel-make- It day. JuDflK JosErn Jackson died at the residenco ot J. It. Marrs, his in Danville, the other day, of general debility, incident to old age. He w as b7 years of nge. Frl-dn- well-know- n -- 1 Wasiunotd.v, Sept ttS. Tho commit, t.e on banking nnd currency has a favorable report on it bill of national .i ihlbltlng tho otlk-erinks from borrowing money from tho ink- - with which they uro connected, , vcopt when their loans uud securities, which they oiter. havo been passed u, mn anil agreed to by a yea ond nay tote f thu directors. l)o.N to tho present century a part ( th marrluge ceremony in Hungary in ted in the groom giving the bride , kick to rjmlnd her of her bul.jco s I ltankerV llorrmiinK lllll. Tin: court of appeals has affirmed the verdict of the jury, rendered ot the January term last of.the Warren county circuit court, in the case of Uie commonwealth against Dr. T. J. Hourrl- gun, convicted 01 muriter anil given ten years in the penitentiary. As soon as the mandate of the upper court ar rives Hotirrigau will be taken to Fratik-for- t to begin his term A NUMIiKK of colored men became In n quarrel over a gaute ol craps at Kennedy Station, near during which James llroady was shot five times, receiving fatal injuries. All tho guilty parties escaped. Neah Adulrsvllle, Logan count', Win Fuqua, a tenant, had a squabble wHh his landlord, James King, In reran! to money past due. Two dayi later King approached the homo occupied by Fuqua when tho latter tired a load of buckshot into King's body, causing Instant death. The assasslr then lied, and has not since been captured. colored, "Mamuy" Pt'tt-.- v, AVNT died at her home ln Furls tho othoii morning, at the rlpo old ago of lift, v oarv She w its formerly it slave In the fsmlly of Mr. H. V. I'ullen, now do tensed. noil. rni 1'rovlslont fur llrumwlrk, (in. Mud. Deceit' Cash. Nkw YoitK, Sept Si. Dr Jenkins, llAliiilsuuiio l'u., Sept i'i Tho teshealth oftlcor of the port, has Issued n timony for the divorce Ik now oemg statement to tho effect that ho would tukon in the suit ot Mad. Mario Uucca send tho Morgan lino steamship Al- - igninst Francis Leon llirismuit, her rrlnrft ttirrmrvl, thn IrlnrltlCSS of ,C 1'. "- "" imi - - Mi, IU 1HSIII title to the Villa Huntington, to tho destitute peop.e oi Occca, In this city. Chrismatt was on llrunswick, Ua., and tho ship ill bo tho stand J hurkaay, and the bunion of wjin provisions which vm nis testimony was that lliu extra vagunt s habits ot the madu It Imoosbo distributed by a commit leu oi of the nftllcted town. A physic an tlblo to tnvu any money, nnd that his from lh Jonklus' staff will accompany money was used to buy tho homo. the vessel and look inter Its Military TIih-1'lnneis piscovciyil. All condition, going nnd mturnin - M. KlKI. (l,.KI,VATOHV, Sept' will .Tutrlfitr, of Nice, has d scti'e"n-to the Algl'rs' contributions three 'hj weli-od l'r. Jcnklnr. f) planets f the eleventl. mr'gh'tildi. ". c.ii-xen- sous-stre- - -i. ni-.r- Kisungon. M. Ciiauvw, the barber of tho Thca Deadly Contrivances. tro 1'rancais, has been elected to the NrwroiiT, It. L, Sept 25. Five now 1 re neb. assembly by a close shavo. n.ojccttles for Ericsson's Destroyer (Jukkx ViCToniA Is said to be a skill havo urrived nt thu torpedo station f d knitter, und works at It ludefatl l'hey are each about twenty-seve'.ibly. ,Slio has knitted, with her la feet long and weigh sixteen hundred lies, many' quilts for tho use of th' pounds Trials with them will prob iiounded.ln hospitals during the cnti.- Id v leg.u in few dav palgus of tho Ilritish forces. ' Cupt. Gllinoro Detained. Washington, Sept 25. An order has been Issued from the war department detailing Cupt. Qulncy O. M. Otlmore. JS tli cavulry, ns professor of inllitnry iclence and tnctlos at the (Ada) Ohio PEOPLE ACROSS THE SEA. America nguln this fall. rheumatism U IT.ixce IIismaiick's stilj so acuto that ho Is unablo to leave JoEru CiiAMBKittAix expects to visit larmal university. n 11 It '' f A. S. UOSBDALE, I - " . T". S. tiers or tho conveiiiinu wucnirr m u F.very county In Iho state need R T ryltU' Nmuinatotl for thc bore redentl.ils n not; and, &j HICKMAN'. KY. 14 Victory u ta "spotter" who-- c duty it U ti Democratic fuiUier, the ask lint, Inasmuch State Sonator. witli the iih tlio majority tecommeiid the in 1803. for UncIohs? SKIT. 2d, PlttD.VY, sucvassoH to wirrixo i sausn) lnBsllle preolncl tin just how much taxable Finloy Rennick Nouiiuateil for on lining ",l " of no Hireling hav the ground It appears that tlio rule lias pre property each resident of the counDEMOCRATIC TICKET. Ing been held, they ask that Mad&jim. Repreaoutiitivo. . The Fulton Convention, Satnr-tin- vailed in tlio United States Senate ty owns. The "spotter" U tisualy rid Ib'iid piecinct, Fulioti county. lSIMi that a vote can not bo KOIl STATU SKNATOU, dixguNed a a real estate buyer. !tft 1M good work, git lug the since Con In relected on tho same grouudx, ",u Democratio Henatoilnl w nssur B. T. TVLKR, pcoplo two splendid luimiiiet's, had on any proposition ovcopt by Ileapproaclies Mr. Lycurgits, states veution, coinposul or ilelegaies the co )( ntlcc luiMiig,eeilng had ( irm,.y unanimous consent; tliat Is as or Hilton I'oniity. mill with whom the people are his business tiud obtains the very from the connlics of (Un en. Fill been held, although said preclnot long as uu, member has anything ... .. ..,.. .t I. I.t.t In .. I... b......,.l ml .. !. well pleased. -V HUBriiiuirii in HIMIIII iUMir ir'nrnuiinu til tifllTV HU'kllUIII.) figures at which ' -- M.-J IJBv mil WKI'HK.SKNTA'I IVR. huh), or object m, then no voto values liis property. Mr. I.vcurgu, liltl IIUSatiirdio last, to nominate In this convention. Tlio hearty, earnest, iinanliiioitH He tlien re- Fulton V I M I K V It E N N I 0 K, re-- ' be bail. Moii.-'-- Q., The vote being called for, ick Stlrt mil Hmtll t'rofitt I'llnlxn Hi. U'llllnr'i olJ aland. iininiimilon of .Mr. Tyler for State can s, III, ports to the assessor, wlio is thus of Hickman county. 0f ,u. This being tlio ease, wiint on supplied with two diilercnt esti- ,i candidate to icpr.su.t the 8ulUM,,( l)0 Si'tuilor, attests tlio liili social, of j -- " ,,r(,v ,.,.,.,, earth Is the advantage of tho peo. mates the selling and the taxing counties In tho benato crrrnixrKMirA r. moral mill political worth of the roll i'iiurv The selection of a permanent It is almost impossible next I,egislature. man. Mo will receive every Dein pie electing a majority, under the figures. .Mr. Vf nr viMiir'ee I in iniinnnp Mr I) K thcteby they for an nosnrto return the true The meetln"was eall"d In order riiatriiimi iielngncxt in ornei, I V. Hodge, of Hickman county, WIIVMN rn.lMJe nr Siiperln-l- n oeratic voto In the threii counties, delusive belief that Mr Thos.nillon, Clinlrimui of value of un individual's assessed Iiv may control legislation. The lent of Cnminon Sclioo'n for Fnllmi ami n largo utimber from thoso not rnl.ou County fountr, at lli enulng Nnfemlxr elec il seoms, are just about as prop'Ttv. If he obtained tlnj P daes Democrats. linn. ticlng called for by tho chairman, potent ns a majority. Ray whnt figure he would have to return the Committre. .HT lieillllCK, tor IfepreBeiltallVC, l'xntlKiiipii n ern nre We are 'ilWbl fnannonnc- - JVR It tin. r.illnu-iiu- ' ..vv...-.- ngures i tic taxpayer gave mm ()r it.... .. V l'lililnns.f of drnves ...iy... "- nvii i 8AtlNKltS liTMl lnoimient n J8 olie f ,p Verv (,,,,, , ,,e they pleaseIreeabout "senatorial lossc that person's vote for 1 war. elected Chairni.ini and tsented to tho convention na can. ronntv. debate, &c, th courtesy," cindllale far Aiiiirinlni1nt of C!nm-- 1 wo Tor enmities Tor The loss of one vote would 1,(.S,mks,oftheFu.ton.an. H. Jponliion ; rooi School frr Knlion cuiniy, i the1 tie- - tiou. common sense of the pcoplo ' BOUIllt ill not liit in ititinlt itmienniliiiiiin laitt itNntcmtirr etrfiinn. lliornls, true ill fo'lOW. iiwt nv r (illicit vuii-.iiiili tf.it, ii U. Walker ot tho CJllnlnn Demo. ' "hen nounces any such rule, VMw li(1ifjrJ J Q S.I(,h, ,M. lhl. v cv,ry ship Mini politics, nnd well pouted Mmc :! ..,.. : crat.andJ. C. .,Wearn.ofthelUck- - Mr, 0rai p. Hayes, of Illuk- HUT little has been ncnmplishc d thev come face to face with It, ',.'a i v i :.. ,i. , , HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SjnnifRV HARNESS, ETC. i " public affairs. He tins been in uiv v'iiiiui inn-- i uiit ip man county. in tlio way of forming a new tariff in will never return any Senators ,i:,.,S0l to shrink a hie-- tav i,f man Onuiicr, accroianes. sheriff of his county, served ouoi On the llrnt ballot Speight bill. ..... f .!.!.. .......1.1 I... . .....!.., It WHS IllOVed tllllt till Cotlllllit CLINTON STKK..T. ll.na trlfla trllli lliplr r I trill a HICKMAN, KY. .... I.. l... T ....l..l...... I i . 1 cclxeil l.i lOies, Gray f; Hayes 3; .. . . . IS a .. i mill n,...i c. '" :..l. l.u ...n,.. ....... 'HnviTnii RriwinT mubl..l.llll.r ,c"" ..- - .ll.hnn.iii qow, j(). flim-fu un vn-m- every iwo yoira ino repeal 01 me oiicrmau inw, to eiect an 0; itrowu 7. ot eear judginentfaiid Hue .FIxEliEJr nttack on tho President In tbe1,,, debar liim from with, in view of the fact that '"illgnvernl ballots w ere taken with. ligl or wrong, is ns nothing com-'nn- d general imormauou. lie will mako pared to tbu right of ilie majority NVJ arc not comiilaiuing-roSenate Monday. afty a'i(onp' candidate wns before qi,v chance, when .Mensrs Hayes, Stnrks and tiriU' with Cosonv.H8MAN llnEOKiNmnaia an honest, capable, -- & to at sometime nud In someway sessor, hut would like to sec a inonejuonventlon. Motion cnrried Highest Market IMco will be Iildfor Ilerf Cuttle. 1ms fileillils answer to the charges Representative Hurra for Hon-nick- ! tlio and . . T((, rjnnirman appointed the drew, nud .Cniiiubell . Itselfeffective. On this very equalbnrik-n- , just distribution of to mako nun noy, made by Affss Pollard in her snit Milton conntv tax the rich compiled fo,nnill con,,uiM n .Resolu-d- Fiudtevof Reuulck, or Hickman proposition ulth two fifths of the far damages. Ho enters a general more in thc way flifiing that) . ... ., R n county, were brought In. After ' denial. members favoring tho repeal, the burden from tlio hholilders F tlto iiiik-V. SpolRht Mr. Coulter, Grave, county; J. D. Tay- - several ballots wero had Hrowu lini-k,i lilth. lirnni rtV Train wrecks rnnttnne to ter- has established himself as a future minority defies them to force n minr. mid Speight withdrew; leaving rorize the traveling public. An- factor in the politics of this sec vote . T Mint. tli..i-- pi, ...i nusreiirccni its.lornnd A. F. .lone, of Hickman ., i,'inrol..mi Rennick. other frlghtfnl collision ocenred lion, which u)thiug but his own Ifn minority can thus, forever,) vnIue. riie man wir, Wo,iKK) connlj; J)r. J. It. I.ute.i, Fulton, J ro- at Kingsbury, Iud. Friday, in celved 1 votes. Snuight I, and nny prevent. Many nrevemt a vote, how can the has more influence in the time of couuti which eleven persons wero killed self denial majority redeem any an election titan lie who lias hilt The committee, after being ont itemilek U3. Rennick was derlar. outright nud twico as many injur, think that he should have been Democratio $500, ami few assessors who a few minutes, renortod tho fol- - ed the nominee. '.M votes being of its pledges to tho people! s ed, some perhaps fatally. A the nominee tliln time, and if Demcan overlook that lowing resolution: ueccNHiirv to a choice. How cnii they pass n tariff remistake caused it. ocrats could have known of Ids . tl... Ol b nf tlila. nnnil fact. Kx. minoroi we. Ihf Republican . u.... ..,..-- nfmfr ' - rnrpn ., 11 ciiuiiiiiinvriit.ti.. j ....., i n -liUiMtl! V. J. J. fl ...... .,,.- - .... It I. AI.KXAM'IU:. J A.THOMrfOH. ll.im-l- l - vt .. people in Han- in. inly couisu since, the nomina- form bill, if Tuts Third party ;. . ii....i..t .. me, ci inrrirai u ofn.ipri.i nmu K. CAPi; J,l,f C. U IIA.MiI.K, tion with an ovation would have ity can always prevent n vote! J N. UKAIikKlS, Jr. cock county served notice on the nuisroTiiK rniiriUTivK siyiikh. I..i...k. ....mKU.I in..iKr in rfialir nil two to three ballots. ItepubllcaiiB thnt they would not followed. Hit brilliancy of mind, IconTeniinn ror ifct purrote ol nnilnii How can they repeal tho Force the vote was niuioniieeil After iku .ii.trtfi mi jr jjnniok came forward and in combine with them this year, ns now supplemented with known Dill! From all over the country comes e.Billiirto rrrr.-of truth, fidelity char.icteiistic IBe they had learned it was givo all theory that hnnds are scarce. In V,e Anlll In nut IllAW ,VT II" nice little speech thanked tho II. IIUCIUNAN. Pr..M,Mir, J. JN OUKtlONIH'R KT, VlffrMMml; R. t.. . Why J . i ml get 1.KK, Jr, Aulntnl Oil.lrr . .. , nothing. The Hopubli-- i and courage, rill make him Invlu .!..-.!..- .- did the then Democratic I of colivetllion lor Hie minor wc.i.f-- beciions inn Hie ii. u.u.. .. Coonlr. i cible before the people in future. .hhiuii.) c.c. i.n.n.1 i. !'""""" hihI" " cans got the bulge on them and prouilsod tore wero called upon to,h', ,;;., up, clillilrfii or.h.i.uw..- ed upon him and made their nomination, and now Tlio Ions of a lomiuatiou is a mere of tlio Force Rill in the first place, 'help gather tho crop because, inirrM'r ml litmor, ml mn of un- picncnt them faithfully and linn-th- e tlm Third party is by itself and bagatelle compared to such plaudMcKinler tariff, or any other inlil bodied men can not bo had. iifiini.l n.iui.t, u it i..rfor, esiU. Thus cloned one of the its. will probably have no candidate. ' n'P J1 ',,! Iielient contention ever held In objectionable Republican legisla- - This is a state of affairs wuichf H"fi. r.i.r.nnTr.D MARt'rvrUNKiM or linn of which Democrats have '!'should not exist when there are . Slut Suior, "'c. tr these two counties. JUDQK OANTRtLL, or Frankfort, n.l A Foolish Attach. " been complaining these many so m.inv working men iuio. in him ibe I)iiiocrilc nomluec for has established hii important preor tho distribution or Itunr Tiikke Is one law the Inst legl' cedent in his cum t. Ho has someSenator Stewart may have grat- years! these things the Democratic stead should exist in n country pine. HMlMlnflnlhoMinhpuijortinlMlin llUlre) whiuh which the HCXt All what old fashioned ideis about ified a personal resentment, but -- , '...--.Ibrrthr II. reneal. It is Senators understand full well and of our ..vnst extent and .taried re- - ' i mad cnnirniiDnlinn lj Pr..f ih. f.ll mi marriage and divorce, and has . . i .ii... inn ihtiiiv uitputi w .:, ,h. ,wllJD that which requires the pnysicuns uiih tiirnini nni ., ..,!, or ,,r i.ntitini.a he h"" made no headway for his if with tho good round majority sources, .it cuss oi popmauou i. they confess themselves largely congested In our front of lit iiumiiiFt or till slate to seno uieir nipio inr me inner, Declaring mai nerc cause by directing a personal nt- thoy have b poweilcss beloro the uiitiorit,1 cities and manufacturing cetrers. T rfnort of tbo committee wan mas, with n ?2(H fee, to the Secre- ' ulter Himsy pretests for legal sep tack against the Presidetit. fostered by j It is among tho evils why ro elect any of them! tarv of the State Hoard of Health enittun would not bo entertained. adopted by a n.lng The Democratio party regards E , protective sistem which re noerlinoala Illt lllfyJ He wilt be governed by tho law, Mr. Clovland as its leader. His med- capital to tho field where il Is, vote and Mr. R. I. lylor was de competent to practlco IVol Tiixiiblc. but will construe it strictly. I r- fatnred, starts ii.n enterprises ' clured the choice of 1. election Inst year was Democratic icine. The Idea nf physicians Hon. Thomas B. Reed once triiiiiijdi, and every oter of the Judge J. R. Grace has rendered which employ labor, stimulates tlon for State Senntor. grsdnating at our highest medical ( vprr nink TnuilA tin. ilfHiitii-tviti- t ' production beyond the demands Tho rhalr appointed Messrs. It. Hchnols nnd havinir practiced for poreomil pndo in the a tax dcol6lon in tho Trigg circuit with hii arbitrary rulings, hut time f"i"' M " of consumption when orders lielug from court thnt will bo important in cease to co me in,and. 0'(B( ,1;hn,IIIllIl,IJ , it is bringing its revenges. The isurcess ot Hie arty. throws hnudr.iTsS.Murrell, J. . Oowgdl and R. How avor tnemhers of the party many sections of the State. The democrats aro giving Mr. Reed' ofemploynieut.i II. Riiiford to notify Mr. Tyler of HmIe, mid the people should de mis differ from the President on question in court involves tlio .and thoassFree out tlie'sumo sort of medicine, and he Detroit Press. bts nomination and to bring him umud its repeal. Frankfort Ar- baa nothing to do but tHko it. the application of Reparute plat-H- e right of the Stnto to tax stool; In I gns before the convoutlon. Is bound to realize now tho f(,r" declarations thev nro a unit National banks in other States Last week tlio grocery atoro in ascribing to him the most exalt-tilu- i Mr. Tyler, amid tremendous np truth of the old wiving that he by persons in . ' C. V. C. Cortntii HiHI rurrHti . . (OMI.III, T. frt.'l. JOH1 .VUMlA, L .1 ed motives and the purest dovo- - owned the revenue Inw this State. 'of - Ramsey & Good, Columlns. pianse, nsceniloil. Ilie rostrum anil. ClltV BtLTKM, rroa'U Ml limwlm lnt lamiha liPt. wn t., nikc itn-- l tuiriiilcti this kind ICvUnder rnlil.ml of about IOO I tion to public welfare. nd-- , IIUo It. iiitrnntcca CMUilrcii HuYAN, KRFBRSBNTATIVB ofj Personal attack will causo the of property was assessed for tax-- ! worth of goods. A rewnrd of iSo'made a short but appropriate dress. Nebraska, Ims cv scheme to es- - nemocrats to raUy around their ntion In Trigg county by the as- - was telegraphed to the laaalltV4 rlok jf me river, nnu it iiaru ioohv Hi,rii-licn tabliidi n sort of sinking fund for ieaor. They ,nny ilanit fc.v nni sessnr. ine owners mano n of nnloropinent wero' Kor iU hi C A HnLfoMir, Vruggl, was county court to uavo out .. . kept Tor tlio uiiov, innilK In-- .Mimnr. .InhiiMnti. tion the guarantee of depositors fn rinnfFu,p. ... . ... .. . . fast- en. f.A in tho -- t a.HAtmptif niinrnii. nn inn 'rim Mara in ni :ntr .liHiiriii. .un. KT TUT. hanks. Ills plan Is to nnirh or flint lin In n llttln-narrninational..,., . L ... KW1. ...v., ...,,., .! v..... : . . .. ens, .Dni, ss .no- - crounu mat ine proiieriy wnB noi. arresien some burpickius cnarac- n.- to, .,....0, .f III..I. ...... ...., na... n,n e.urrciicy ii in iho eoaiirjlm j,, t,0 glnte nnd was not properly tera who hnd come down the river Cowgill, of Fulton, in behalf of, Ktfry il, a,. rprnoonnmnnf !" ..nr ,.,.,, i ... f loiiiljr lookinj- - to the tilra Nralon , !,l each hank's deposits until the ?e'Vrc,,f'1 their rcspecttto counties. V ". n. 8,m"ti'. m. C'ongrfu fur rrlirf ll'frr eillien tno county conn.uni u was uiKeu.ine oo.u auu lonnii a mm oi gro- $10 000.000. This rund reaches Inr m M,in(1 ,,v cievelatul There being no further business, tiirriilj anl prrxindlj , circuit rotirt, where it was'ceries and silverware. &o, n hot ,! sum is to bo held by the United! it will not be Democrat!. J" tho by Judge Grace. He held on the boat turned states oti- - the convention adjourned sine die. mftiilll I....I ,ll.c-l- .. .nll. "Ill f ..II .. i be .1.. ..l "earil , St.itnansn trustee for depositors. nono who will be solldlrlc.l for ,,, I0t ,,e ,ax. ,, ,m,iicrttm, tlt0 wlmlo We offer the most Liberal Accommodations ,, ma- - Hk ihi., ib. i id grt SoUcItt jour business. Ii i .iiirinit ( r e to our Customer s ComOMcnt tilth Kslnblinhcd OnAlKMAN Sayrks, of the con-- ! Cleveland by Senatorial bit "no"1 ed except in tho stnto where the crew. Thev were taken ...ink to KKI'UKSKNTATIVK CO.NVKN1KI.N. utv.uns of Th limt ilfpuhlio 11 cooclJil deraoniUI. Kaukiug Principles. tressloual appropriation commit-- . He has the connednre i or all mnd-i- j ,k , staateil. and that there., Columbus, unii are now In lull ut ,l III lu sri tee, says that $.HII),000 will be re- - erato men and he will not want ff)ro lhe aeMinent was void. Clinton, Immediately after the adjourn- TuetJj n I Kri liy ALl llc uiwarach fli Juil oiiired tocompleto the work the, for support. ,TI, .. . flr,, i.tIllien w,pre ment oflne Senatorial Couveiitinn, n.l full 11 coul, bt ha J from nr "'k , htowart would better confine .i,i-,- .census bureau has in hand. Re- Towns, comparatively speak iln(I n In the II Mr. Thus. Dillon, called the Rep- - Ijr anppr -- fon. lir.jrl Diiljf cniti no mnrt o. publican chiefs still control the lilnwe f to unadorneil nlislriielloiiM conrt. ani ;ll,0 interested wish! III Uui PolUr t ill' much like houscs.1 tyi.f.r, j. w. i'owkhh, ii. ii. iihev iIV ...... - tliml.r I tliiit is nlieiiutlng tl host,,,.,, .1 .1... delegates from the Yer It "III bo lniliiifnaalilo Juiinj I.... resentatlvc ....:.,. .i.....,..i !. i iieiiiiiiuii uuiiMircitu, nnu inn tlf..l.: rA ",""b" a. a. pa it 18, w. a w. i mh enr lite nH few montlm SrnJ Louis Re-- j ,0 ,ftke respondent of the Courier Journal of friends of silvcr.- -t. (0 tlio uonrt of nppeals stand." It U hinhlv important,' countlee of Hickman and Fultou agrlpiiun at onca Kitra, eopjr frr fnr - con-- , public suggests that demociationr,,,,r- ,111 order that it might be passed on t" th riiilf 'of Cltih of four oa Vt.a morc t,an tj,a,f t J8 ubsolutuly ffraaamaii ffifitaa it rnta tin u?nrr. ,tivoiiwii viaw In on there. I Dr. J. It. hit ten of Fulton conn- - narati mill four itnlUra Wrlir for tit necessary for the success of a town, priatlon until Secretary Hoke t rile (or fro atmple eoplra, ar-- i ralia a There was some "friction" In that a spirit of iinnnipiity exist in ty, was elected temporary chair CI11I1 AJilrrai TI11 itcpubile, til. Uul, ri:L7mic7r7i,iirr Smith .daces democrats in charge, the Fulton Convention, ami per- Walker and Mo '"' htnrka, all that relates to the success of each W 9 earn, elected Secretaries. Kuropean enrrcsnnndents are UP9 somethings done nnd said ;,:, V.,11,!,,., Tho stnrtllnir news reaches us ;,iu.;,in nppoiuted the .C1"1, (",l'",1, that were betterloft undone and that n seotioii of country about u iMone once more beginning to sniff tho We limn1 mill down Prepare jourself for tho coming . fo,AW iT co'iiiiiitlePH: battlo from amr. So many sau- - unsaid; but nil meant well, and, q,.,,r.erof a nilla in diameter fell O0C11' V ' ..eculian . Credentials. -- J. D.Taylor hii summer by cleansing your system! oc.c,,rJ eulnarv . nredleiions. worn brniifrht therefore, nil nro , now uu ted for, nr n..viil in ul.ont n mile nh.w, ri.l!iliiii - --, . . nros. . " n o and purlftiug your blood with i,...i t. nni.li nflif.r na nnd J,." - r. .iViia Hlm.n'a rerry. Tin territile sil.le " "'"?, to naugiit nun contusion a venror Tier ailll Ueiltl CK. Plantation Ham, narllla nud Iodide. ,UJlu-- , -""" ' V' ",c "" "' "' '"? two ngo thnt the correspondents occurred Sunday night, and the lK" fp0 ash Price oOcts and 00' WI2CF.S ,,,--, and as one one suffers, we all feci Hluford, Fulton county. I)RUGS, Tub Fulton "boys" and the1 flr8l r80nfl Uia B!IXV have been quite pacific of late. k In lie Soldlv I Permanent Orgai.i.alloii-Ar- ch. rrtWC,V-OovTBlRnt the cloud is again looming on Hickman "boys" drew tlio county were astonished beyond belief to t to a certain extent. Ihen in Hlokinan lv MiiDIOINHS, seo to. Rretard nud i. J. Rhnco. , the horizon of their view. In fact linns I., thn npmnerntic r,.i.i on see tho land sunken out of sichl. view of these things let 11 A,' x7?2l HIA1IOMUU, to c,iit is moving rapidly up the sky, on Is ,l0 Cnrr:. " lOfcZ L I Q u o n a T ,8 ,10 cam.' the tree tops and wnter about one it, that everything is done ,"ro !"Zv .vo. Ky. I) OS, lllCKIlinil ' ' I .. . . . n . . . y x . J""aaa.t BaaaaUaaVaaaaaTaa - IWWr. at ml. rnrl-Allfrliliiliii. la lioin nl.w. fant l.nlnn urlnit I, nil .mi.. "" .....1 f.,ol- - ...I.... -- - hnt'n A. -o OIO I IS Ilie trUU tVUIUCI.IIIU IVUl, " UUUUQ Ii. HI U. Ul II, U imillll, IVV. V I Qlj Ifnanlnllnna J. ra.lUI ' to play around Its edges. von and not vhlcl. side the creek" a been dry grontid the day before,- and ofter inducements to others SLNDBILB, I , The sink was partial on the northwho would like to share with Us. J"A', Plantation Chill Cure Is gnaran- of! man hails from. ,' m"lJ THE Democratio members ' "' MEDICAL I teed. If it don't cure go and gel' , " the Wnys and Means Comiuilteo PAIKTS, "n extremity, gradually getting iVo rarinot arouUo(i0 Imh onr 'nev uaeK. ask your mor., county eo.n;.iai..e.i .1 ee per "X, "' , , : liave made no effort n3 yet to get fS, 'V.7J Ti.ecommit.ee on resolutions USL . . . . r ,, ,i ... r.. iin.ru. logeiuer nnu ngreo npon the oni- - uuii canon county secured an an- I'eopie cet nB mncli accustom-r niiantniiout tl. I'rceouc. aolil Dv '"".. :. . nepiu. 11 nnpenren .tin ci ,n nil u. ri ,,i.. li.rinlllilt III't - aal It. na. .i. . line of the new tarifl' bill. They vantage in the convention by ex creaiesi Cowgill .v Cowgill, Hickman, Ky Wf, your cummlltn on rnoliitlon, .. , though this track of land had been .,..,.. ... I ,f(. ,iiftjiii.fii say thoy are waiting for Informa" would rrirUfullT mbmll the following " T. T. Stayne, eluding soino Hickman county rest ng on n sheiro rock, wiiici tion from the Treasury and other delegnles. It's not profitable to of'the 8toro , t f A our rffs.rtGore Hro's., Cayco, Ky. partially destroyed , having ! departments which they have call- tub soars. But, be this ns it 111113, more afford to Whireii, Il Important In fill A. I'). Brevard, Jordan. Ky. by he notion of the wnter for un-- ' , , BI,vert,Bllff ,,. t'O'liea dial (irnjniiilinn of tie ed for ns to revenues, etc., necthe solid voto of Hickman county told ages had suddenly given ,)0 w , essary to ho provided. The first l(J pB, iffonl , ,)(J Irictdt kind be ii'4iiiniiuid; therefun Plantation Chill 11 splendid Hickman H stops chills, question to ho decided is the nominated nud all Fultou county nwaynnd let the land go '7. , ont or hla store or out of bin lioail. be Rno'teii, Thnt we en,or ibr nellon of stops 'em quick, duo they never county man, nnd , subleranea.i lake. One of amount of revenue to be raised is well satisfied. whetlier 0o w v,nge w lln Ka'tsiiite Coiomlllte In clliinc lUia come back. If you don't believe s rnngest things nbout It all is by the new bill. t0WM ' or Coni.llllnn. Tint we plr'lgt ouriilrri to it, try it. H It don't stop 'em ask ... fliprn nrn ImnilrpilR nr ilpnil .'. nr0 tliut ', ; till mill Kii a SplmdlJ SloetMtVlln of 1110 men wuo on f, Utiotrtil, AN attempt to lipid up n (rain TiiK only way to win n fight, says . for your money bank you'll got It. of all kfudi perch, buffalo and other, rjreni cities, , uiipqrt tbo nomlnre of Iheiami. Bro Ule-,non tho Illinois Centrul.nl Centra oafish, the Princtnn Uanuer, is. to make KntAitd, That wi riocw our llrgitne ,., fish ,llnating nround . among tho . , it. Let everv Democrat he nn and lin, one night last week; resulted ueor.8. f f.i nnu iiuiui Ditii niiiiiiiioiii, nnu, to Ibe btruoerne of I lie Dillon, ilnle mil Price 50c. & Bold by Hickman, Ky ,. w HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &(. is aiinosi "Pnasi.it. ,val Cowgill Cowgill, roiiDly, a nl by nil honorable war ami at work from now till the election i'11 fisbt between employes 'of the to conceive that such an " " Swnyne, will work forlli auecrii ai afaloil T. T. rtH ne.itHitry to mlverliso eterv mcina nfid there will bo no trouble. Talk rond and the robbers, in which inenso body of land con d wtlcb are offend at ONE I'l'.ICK, mil that lb ,, Uk of ever kind. u , , k Gore Bro's., Oayce, Ky. to your Democratic neighbor nud several wero wounded. STho rob-so- t withou producing something of, T Tviki, Clim'n. J. T, fu,,Bn cnla, ,,rlcI. A. K. Brevard, Jordan, Ky, him to thinking about his duly, jbers were finally diiven" off nnd an eartliqnnke that would have , Trr lownl Ibe roafkel JiulHil. Committee on Organization reof onllnuonr, advertising tins Get Interested in the party and its jbavo since been pursued and , t,,0UBm,H of All g i)Ji (iiaraoliiil lo te ripreiiBUd is your llfo worth 50 cents 1 firmed the surrounding conn ry.,0 t ported ns follows: success; It will make you feel Itet- lilt) IIIKO Dumb Chill; Ague; Congestive n,lBnrll..n Uy as many W, jour linnilllfr on rfrman'nt Or- ter. Don't get into hot arguments "" V.. c IMue, of, Chill; Death. This is the evolu r'conimin, I HE next gubernatorial race in eued Little nud tho enmhined opinion, with ! with nnv bodv. but hint tniinrn Bk, a a iuHrl per. tiinn for ti ti 11 or that inalarlal chilly sensan disRenting voico is In Hickman county, hardly Democratio neighbor to voto Kentucky, as seen by the editor of Chairman, anil h G Qlarki, jour permanent tion. Slop it in time, Plantation favor of continuous uilvertlnlng, R. II. Wnlkcr auli J. C. Wearn for Secrewith you. It every Democrat in tne Danville Advocate, is ns inlSav Fhicico l lo h'jfr nn Inlfrnn-llnnChill Curo will do It, or It will cost eipvailion In 1H'J" While it will oxcept in fow exceptions, too low taries That a milorlty of the dlrjlr ine county and district will vote lows: "In the coming gubernuto-ever.- y nominee will be elected with rial nice there will he two fonniila- - not prueii'l to compelllion with Chicago to merit argument or discussion. prreenl and nalrif nominate, ami tbal you nothing. Bold by eamllilatei be wltli'lrmn at diicritlon of 1 itieljr iiniiiy votes to spare. The other ible entries in the persons 6i Watt in point of ilzo orI'lniajnre of viliiljlta, ,,r Cowgill & Cowgill, Hickman, Ky When boys nnd girls aro frlemli. tn r.,rienllle Ml,lr fellow gets their ballots in every Hardin and Congressman " T. T. Swuiiie, Ilie (lecollele faihinn of nil n.itioni, Il taught by parents Stone. of thnt by the The coinmltteo on Credentials .,.,. f. 1 u, urgUUIZHIinil mim. 1111.1 urj Gore Bro'a,, Cayco, Ky. ;, ,. .,.,.,i0,l .J... will lia in ftililliitlon nf I ho nrts mil iri sweat of .. their brows shnll thev submitted tworepoits n major-l" .bvtVU country will lia( no and working Wo must not lie hhv rnoea of A. 13. Brevard, Jordan, Ky. and a minority report. The enru their bread, nnd that "llfo is their castors into tho ring; and occtiioni nblcli llila lo be mbirar I behind llioin. " there may he majority report, presented by J. real, life is earnest that tho contest between tlieso two DEALERS IN ..1 if. iuii.tMa 01 iniiiiiia, nas willljoabittlerotnliftiM of Emi'AltDs, too belter results. Rut ns long as C. Flournoy, set forth that Boss-vlll- ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R. .niDfin wi thout l,"r precinct, In Hickman counboy is taught that work is dls-- l ' "WB,,,,?r "."."''or' 7 ,,a 1110 iiaiioum in use. saying. If unliii willenter the coti- - Louisvillo Circuit Court, h.is1 UK!UCi:i KATKN , ... ,';,i. in por- - ty, had held nn primary meeting, i the liackniir of tho tin- - knocked tho free tox tbook hclicmon,ceri" nn(l lonvo,a ... .!.. .1 1.. ti... 1. in 1111M11 11 11 11 1.T1111 luriiiiv rj in,, ,1111 mttted to educate his thoughts to nnd was, therefore, entitled to no TO CI1ICAHII ANI1THK erviiig, loyal hiiiinorters t hat in Louisville sky high. Somo sybaritism, nnd the girl is taught representation in tho convention; i.i.r.mii m i,,!.... ...i,...... JPaatJI-jrH "''k to him through thick at id time ago the Louisville School to believe she is either n prluceso, nud, further, said committee was aVVeii ...... 11.lt nnv nf Ms nr .... ..... ...... ... ..... ... ,f. ... 1.1,(1,i Tlckrl.now properly to bo used, directly or l"'" '." inJl """ l"' many tricncis Board adopted a resolution provid- or will be, or n fairy, tho world informed that the meeting held ratiirn at fll nn ..I. from I iiUol, tol'lilcio anl I ill", ate indirectly, to aid, nsxist or iiiflu-- ! ho gained jn the Louisville conveu-euc- o ing tiiut school hooks should be will have bad results. The in- In Peln precinct, in same county, il.lljr iinnliiii(r.r the ruxul n.l,, oi,l Inculluu. l Ihj,, i triuri. until N" Ii, lfv.ll lUui.iuUr tliat Ilia C.ullal any person or persons to tion of this year; ululu tho Con- purchased by the board with school tense reality nf life Is overlooked, was domineered nnd controlled by lEoulal. Iliauuljr fute for or prouuro tho appoint- - gremman Irout Jaokvin's Purchuso funds and be distributed gratis to or covered with a tell of day Third party men but nno Demo11 no vi, ihoji 'riiKHoiini rrrtnfel rrlfei. VTe 'Wetneleiinf allir1antllatn, Me.llumand nne Farnltiira meiit of uny person to any oOleo will hive the iiuli iIed following the part ron s nf the public schools. dreams, Llfo is a struggle for exis crat being present nnd tho dole-gat- e wl.oM tn. eiit.r Chicago wlll.uul tran.r.ror Irani, d. earry a full Hue at all time, ni chnlra. Rookora, Tnhlos, Buronun, Wnshotnndo, under tho government." It also nfliis wirMmr ... !,... siMl.,.ili Uoloway ivbniitli tax payers, iiskci tence and it means labor mid frug- appointed was not present or tuur to full ti.. uf l. Wordrohos, Chamber Soto, Mnttroonos, BprlnKO, Eto .ana weicjeranieijmi provide that hereafter persons in Kentucky ie, bu'h numerically an iniuiiction. and .IikIl'u Kd wards "bty, not tho elegance nud oxtrnv represented by proxy; therefore, prion to bo Ho lono.i. tll.e ui a trial and lie convinced. .. r BUILDINGS a EXPOSITION i I3T"W an lics.lijarler, on UndortOkora' elected or appointed to fill an of- - and Qooda) aa-- itlioouat ail ceuvUtloa Id tbll . .1 .. said precinct was not entitled to ngiiiicooi 11 low orieiiim Heuisii, oolinol Hoard has line. Wi earrr a lirao line of Wooden anil Mutal.lo Uurul Cult lien me to make 0:1th Unit i.ey aaJ mate .,',"w.u',....: - held that tliounder the law to apnibnbs. This thought a representative In tlio conventaT"Uojnlrtca and Job Work a ip.clalur. ig;i omeeoonuuet- no authority , , , "have not directly or indirectly drives love almost from earth and tion. minority report, presentgiveu, piomised, nilvaneed, or, ,' " ' " '" "d"1" " "l,u",. " ply money for this purpose, except makes selfishness and la.lnesB, Tho ,,..! piano cotHincnsuiate with the dig- - in case of indigent pupils. The nalil nnv iiiniiev nr .,.iv..i. No one who smokes a ed by Mr. J. D. Taylor, sot forth AT TBS WORLD'S FAIH 3ATE3. YOXTB. "''the honor 3ought, and no School Board had ordeicd several pernnmil pioperty orarllclo of "'')' will ever make n business the fact that it had nut beon tho (Worll'i fair SUtlon-Mll- w.i l'laliance.) will thousand dollars worth of hooks man or n good husband, iiuiJlie custom heretofore between tho vaiuo 10 am in procuring too elco personalities or tion or nppoliituieut." This is to bo indgulged in, as in recent prima nnd is now in a quandary ns to what satisfaction is that all such" dlo two counties to require credenFor futtli'r partlcnlari, llekela, etc., rait on or nr iimm! I II, II, It. Ilrli.l l'pl lo all elections. tics in Kentuckv." disposition should he made of them. voting. tials from Democrats representing al.lre.t jour A. II IttVSOV, 0. P A., Chl'tj,., rjenl THE HICKMAN COURIER. Visitors nro welcomed., Cabinet Pholo's 83.00 per D..ii. Artistic Photographer, at Campbell' Old Stand. Mww,M,iya they had rut: n:iiii.2NM ma- ATuxNiMllcr" WuiiHmI. Mm n ni W UIV'IMf.N! their districts, but that ns meiif u OUR NOMINEES. ijli i i vn.nfflivil llPP M.pognueii Ml'i I Good Work guaranteed. -- gSfl I VA-.- 1 R. T. Tyler for Senator. JTOltlTY. a -- Findley Renniok Representative. M . Witting , or y ... JIci Staple and Fancy Groceries. .U4, 11 ,,,, ,.. 0r i -- ,; ... ti ui u ;,i, ,. nUZ j. thont o M. E. T Shaw, HXS'S'.SiS StftDiS S J QMA SdAQJ P fV......'.. 00008, . n .,.. aseor DBLI"V33IBID r Flour.'" v J. ,. mws and msmm national bank, CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIRBCTOHS. de-Hi- re ling-man- , ' rprnliitr..., ir o.. m 1 1- .. OIFIFICES tiir ,,,.; C,,. AI.EX-ANDK- 'v',''' ' u1?"rZ..rI' iil HICKMAN WAGON CO., . , twtt ',,..,,, ... attrcts""y I 1 ....,.... "0 HICKIEAN WAGON, IvRiVTCTCTv. l. ,.,..,. ton b.SIMiwiu! ' -- office-holder- s v Afn.fn.ih .. ii. - !..., IEICKMA1T HICKMAN, haltzkr, r. t. KENTUCKY. p3 b,-- lulrll Paid Up Capital $40,000.00. di:e2,:ecto:r shuck, j. ' ,,, ' rJra ', ii,.,i - attl iiis i4'i -r.- .r!.... ' I on gill. ard Jr ,., ' "". . .:".'" .,..,'.. HXT , ' ll ,,, . ,,',, .,,'.,.",' ?""". ,,,j" """ '.""". """". .'.... il ' ,,., ll fiJ2t5MMt&PWB?? lfR2(2Sii LWKKF QGfl S T juonier l,,l .,-- ,. I I f'"N . "." "" jf".,! ?':i' J?v "" .... XXA .'. ', ' V4jBdHl'HHi) iAmflQB'.BlEi4 .,.,. .... 1 len ,,. 1 PRESCRIPTIONS H,J.S "OLD A SPECIALTY. nf ,,,, I r.f 1 .,.''.... ,, ,.. HHilABIiIl" .i.,fi '' l;U ""?' '""",'""' ,t,., Rooflns: FTJRNITTJBE. SjpeoiaXty nl FURNITURE. .., ..... y STEPHENS & TYLER, o riilii .... i,r i.r. 1.m Fiimiture antl Uiidertaker's Goods, atc-eat- lj 1 :":;; : 'v.: Roguiai' Stopa , j BRIlSra iiiiid-sliiigin- ir COUHIER . . OFFICE. JOB WOB& TO TEH .x , ' rawiaaiiiaaaiaii in aaaiiaa naaSia lllWn llTli'il . M- In tmtXWJ'vIaMy' ... " .atjaar" .yi. (JVTV . " tm aii. iw ijai'M ri 'lia"Wfl H'T1T" " 'V'''iff'iVaairmT'yfflMay(lMi1fflrtSTIf mmmhmzrfimmmii 1 , T-- mmm "-.'.- rf ' .. ! Hall-Gallo- n hiatal -- r' IMWJtliLIgngWWW"WrT'-- ' wtwjH w . -. 'nmiMMnMWnamiauiuermrwwi wiini n.t hi ru it 5ais Fruit Jars ! CITY rOMTIC'N, ii hi wiih. in,nn iimn.u.m u.mmw Mason's Tjnt Jars (Joels per dozen. ""Mason's Quart Jars 75els per doz, Mason's Jars 81.00 doz. Globe Jars 1.25 doz. Tin Quart Cans, I Jolly Glasses, &c, &c, Half-Gallo- n OICEAGAIS' WE BREET YOU ! ':i "" And offer for your in- S('iii(crii(Ic MtiNH Ici'liii(; io he Hold Oct. Olli. THE OLD EELIABLE. . I iO TO W. , I Ml V Cash Itnvo Gri-ooei-- . spection our new stock of Fall and Winter Goods, at prices in keeping with the times. Buggies f Saddles I Harness the innsl complete niul carefully selected line of I We are too busy opening Goods in every department to tell you this week of all we offer, Tim Executive Committee of thn Hickman Democratic 01 ub held a meeting Monday night Inst Dcnlcr In anil called n mass meeting of tlio OBUGS, MEDICINES. PAINTS AND Democratic voterB of this city, to bo held in City Hull on Monday, IIICICMAN, ICV. Oct. Otli, nt 7:.'J0o'oloul, for the purpose of selecting CHiuIilite PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. for City Judge, Mayor itiul for tlic ensuing term. All COUNCIL PKOCKUDINCB. Democrats, whether nt present will members of tliu Club or not, IbcKMAa Ky., ."fid 25. 189:1. 1 Council met n remlar een.ion. I'reaent lie iMititletl to vote liv joining the Club mill pledging themselves to .Mayor Dillon CouticMnien llrraot. Helm, SnrreMon le llllwi Preo.l amj support t lie nominees. Candidates Wlilinc "earn nf theCUywrll The mlnuiea last reiulir meetwill be selected by ballot. ing were read, approved and .Ijued DYE-STUFF- 3, 0HAS.A. HOLCOMBE, Couti-ciline- S. R. Illisen I BUGGY HARNESS AND SADDLES In Hickman. Also, n full line of Hridlcn, Collars, Collar Ilnmc, Tract's, 4c. Check Linn, $Ww t A good of Muggy Harness " A good Saddle "" Hiding llridles f.O Wind ltri.ll. h 'if, Hollar Pud you want n good Muggy, we me bcloru yoii buy. If Mm-ohing- 1'ads, , but will be pleased to have you call and see our selections. n fresh shipment of Oysters, which will bo deliver- aiuouuln roll ed free in nnj part of the city. rU Slreel 0M2 Wm. V. fJUYKR, " " " Fresh Just lecelved r-iM- 'SlUlt). The folluwlnr were presented properlr; npprovH which, on motion, were allowed, ami chicks orders Isminl for the 1 INSURANCE! Tire,. Life, Accident, Tornado, &c. Hpuuliiiii;. " " 'A'lnl, IDllo II. ti. Carpenter dieting nrlniiiera, 13 20 Kd. Myera, findow glae in store rJ rirv renpors. ndihg Sept Kiih, "f 21.00 M-- - tor, Hon. It. T. Tyler, tho Demo. The enndidates for Stnte Sena ?& w Nt ?T tna fin AXfe& ayfiQDail- tii SMITH, ELLISON :&:jC. - ' How nbnnt tlin city election I ML. Mi tannl., if Sulphur Writ. No one seems to lie hankering af- Henry 1 r tin., was shot and ber dimly, ter miiuiclpnl odlccnj nt leant we t token hy n bureular, vl,o bad enter Abvoltile Cure for Drunkenness, Tobacl.KKUWf II Tr.ln AltlUVKH III e hnie not heard of n single candi rd asr Iioii4 for itr iirw of roMirry, m No SI, 'J Tlln No M, m co, .Morphine and Kindred llnblls- ' it t I Tr.lH ,Nu tl, Km a. dale nsjet, nnd the elerlloii is lil lUur.il. iilH Knirnrr " Tl.lu NO ItlllE, IV O PAY. ' TM roil makes eloe connremm A rol'l 'ch, t.fii.l llitourli wllnlivw only uho'iit n month off. 1)11. T. I). IluYAN, Ibe I A N at McKemle point nnnli and ring mil tome mont ncurnl On motion, oouncil adjourned, with llr N N K M V i I'silufali JuncThe Iter. Mr. Hour, Stale Minager. Atte-t- , n ftlllnr I ilm tion foliif- nonli an ATTENTION, EVERYBODY! N"lrn urtin Krnncclist cloned ii two weeks nniiit'. Knilif wiii. In luijr W. L. McCctciiis, City Cleik. ck of ili4i wniih. rnndaileu (olnc meelliig nt the Episcopal. Church, ilmir, 'lr "I llif'p'r nii Dr. L. OTLEY PINDAR, We will, for the next sixty days, i.r. rir.it nion cmjito.v. Wednesday night. He is n learn r.J ii )ni, ii,ll rr'ly lo rerrlr f Lulu for mil' lip II' own llml sell evcrvthing in tlm Jewelry line ed. scholarly, instriicllve Inlki r. lnn NUNYS. CiisTON. Ky., Sept. Wtb, 1S'J3. l lim ) PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 'and it is believed (hat Ids tint "am llif nirfhuil' worik ofIII"1 (itlliliiiglh at actual COST. Now is the time Editor Courter. jab Iho ilullan.' good. was productive, of much to buv. Call and sec us. We mean There waa a large crowd in town Thi' circuses have hII given us Jiutu lltrino. rminir wan nt llila HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. HUCK IJUOS. .business. tlw go b. Ibis It being ibe first day of circuit court When .you standout to look pi- -, ikrn ffrinl in mi choi-- r. rbu ami Hiuiikm io ttliff HghlH on will catch Dick Wright, nf Uraves cnuuly Esquire It In estimated that every nt th electric It is very patent thnt United claiming be the nominee of the People's Keiildenceand office adjoining JaJje Kins;. '"" " ,",'l1 ,,V'"r ,"f 'l1',"",,".r- cold. Oo to Cowglli's Drug Store "r man's office. 3.35 02 waler-nit-loroutaiiiH i;t chill. States Senator Lindsay will be piriy far lo State Senate tr"m ibla Disthe i. ml linr n lintllit nT Kvrtili of 'l'ur II- lii(h pr unpil) enr-- 'l hnu .ijn re elected without much opposi- trict waa preset); aleo, lion K. T Tyler, The new laws of the line W-lnm- l Wild Clierrv. or som other liir ill- -l li. ii im1 tion. He lias already taken a the DemMralls nominee, and Ihey liicl Islttture go Into effect Oct. 8th. iliif lrn fjr 1'miiiiih Co FIII.V Si.iiilk, jj00l rnnc, mt.,lleln. the joint debate. Mr Wright seems In be a leading position among linJUMi, , T.nu fur a!i lv The oyster has arrived nnd nice gentleman; iiiaspch, however nrke & McNuIr' Voynger T T Hv bratuest men in the Semite, nnd in of the uual "calamity howlui)-- " kind, waa tirugltl. ..... ... m.w 1. la ATTORNEY-AT-UI i and n.i.aivi ir .in ..ii; in-- . 1.1... Company gave two exhibition in ...ill. him Kentucky has again a man ll la ii.etes lo iy he waa completely tie What is this country coining Monday and Tiiril who will be able to maintniu that mslnhed by the powerful arguments of (Iickman, : : : : Kentucky, Ham .tones aj Hint Dyers-Imrg- , tills city on reputation for great stntesmen Dick Tyler. If we arelojnle from the Venn., Is necrly rendi for nights, to good sized audience to, auyvn.! Tin, Mn.lluld MonThey have a nice boat, and the itor is authority that n Fulton which the Stale has held for fifty lieinoiiatrations. Ibe People's prty ere few liril. resumed tbe practice nf Jaw, show in far abovo the average iillicial staged several days In .May-Helyenra past. With n man like Car- In numbersC.In Hickman county them in a HAYING bis prompt and undivided followed Tho Ulekman County Fair l'rnf J the past week to avoid going The best School Shoes in the world for iJnys and Girls. Every lisle nt the head of the Treasury ble speech, in wblcli lieu 'fed thai the attention to business entrusted to bis care. will be held at Columbus, Ivy., on rixer shous. beroro ii grand Jury lo give in evi-""nnd Lindsay in the Senate Ken- - voters turn out on election day ro as lo pair guaranteed. For sale only nt "' denre ns wns wanted ngainst some The Appcal-AvnUtichOct. Oth nnd Tib. tuckiaus iiiuv well feel proud of its roll up a irtmendnus majority in Ibts law. Matters, County Judge N'm lor and Mr. There Is no law totoseeprevent an position before the American counlv, and lo sole for tbe nominees Chicago a iolntois ofihe getting into in the airtight. b'gal light, am u (Jenrge I.. Carpenter are nbseut one fioin going the money to pn people. Louisvillo Truth. lair if he has Fmtey Itennlck made a short speech, taking in tho World's l'nlr. preiiicaineui wneu siicu ncis as and one who watched (he day's doings hi way. There should be n law TVow the nbote olfiuer are to go ou in Office over Hickman Bank. eould plainly see that the umerrlfied DeThe people of (Mdcago nre to prexeut him from talking about a uouiity or community. C3-iElETI3C- 3-1 ni mocracy will, ss Ibey have always done, talking of running the Worlil'a it when he returns, I have just returned from the come to the front In this county It was HICKMAN, KY. J'nlr through llio season of 18111. WANAMAKKU .t UKOWN'S WA NAM A KIM & HHOWN'S mnrket with the latest nnd most a gie.l day for Democracy Will a'tend promptly to alt hnslne ln Mr. nnd Mrs A"pmI MuDaniel, Stilts, cut to measure.' Tho most Otercnats. Iteady to wear. Sub- correct styles in millinery, nil of mcbH-'BIrnslsJ lo his ore. nnd Mrs. Tim". I'railter nre In fashionable shades of the season siHiitial niul ilnrable. ICvery part IN HKOIXNING our Fourth year in Iho Hookxd Stationery which will be on display next btiiiues-i- , i'hirngo tills week taking in the High quality nnd honesty of tin of them trustworthy. $1(1 to r'-'-ll. we make our best bow to our friends and custom week when I will take pleasure Will buy M. l.iiKKI.U, Ag't. nights. ers. Wc sincerely thank them' for the patronage extended us In having yon mil, nnd see for the best Flour In Hickmnn. For wool in its iimuti fact nre. Jre"i A. W. LINDSAY, ii coifti'nimricc of their favors. yourself how fully it meets with sale only by in tho past and .Sonic unknown stntesman tells received n liig lino of iJIO.M) hiiiI up. M. KtiKiir.,K', Ag'i. the truth and nothing but the plain XOTK'Kl Wc lmvo bought the'dniiffr stock of Hooks. Stationery your wants. Itespect fully. Kirouso Mro's "Mlgh An" Oloih. 7 2d ALFRED MODANIEL. The tiepiembrr trrtnrW-.- o AddIe L. Jones. Unth In the following few wordsr &c, belonging1 to G. II. Elfrigcr. "nnd" offer Special Induce lug, fur I'u nnd Winter wear. Hickman county circuit court con- ' If I had only a dozoii words to niOKMAN. KY. ltAt.T7.KU it SlIlW. ments for Sixty Days, as wc must have room for our Chriit n. CI.1V KIMJ IMIiri.pi A NE.1f.Ai rKOORAXMR OF TKACHKK-IM.' vened nt Clinton Inst Mmidny. say lo a boy It would bn this: Ho . 1IIMAI, ADDItl.S-.inns Stock. 8:15 Office with It S. Murrvtl. Col. Henry llousion is no The docket shows 0,1 old equity prompt. Time is moro precinns The Fullon County Teachers' Assoeta iiounced as the lie piihhcnn can cases; IW equity nipenrniiees; !i than gold, nnd a ho; is known by CHKISTMAS GOODS! Rcfore purchasing the above stock, we ColonH H Kfnjr, (be nmrder'r of lion will convene at Sycamore Chapel on hail bought the largest line of Ilnliilav Goods ever brought iMvlil II I'o.ton, rIiO is now serving a dldato for major of tho city of dlvnrce cases; "0 old ordinnry his nets. A hoy known ns nlwnr 3rd Saturday In COAL"! COAL! Ab wc must cll. all these goods will be put life fnifnr in tlmTrnneM ppnilrnliary lb 0ening Adlress OsloberF L. Pun-all- . to Hickman. luditcnli, cases, mid 37 ordinary n linear on timo to school nnd ever ready Prof an pimlahnimi for the crliu- -, lin iwurj on tho market at cost. W. II IufiaHives and parllrlples-Pr- of to the julnnto in his class ready The trouble with tunny finnii-ra- l nnces. mi .ililrrra hi the pulillr, In wliirli he Cook. Allernslcs Miss KeVer. Tho Hickmnn mid Tiptnnvillo to run errands on timo for his WITH n guaranteu of Lower Prices and fair treatment, ue remain theorists in (hut they have nn tntkra "iii- chare's lie Work as a Tfseber Mle Jes piTrgcfjRO, Woman's Yours, anxious to please, llial his oiiiiTieljnn wat brought opiileueo of faith and a paucity Iceo enterprise is hooining up mother nnd father, will soon be KUREIx.t, leUutleo. Alternate, Miss Auni'Sheron. abtrnl liv a roiippirary belneen Ju'lja with some prospects ngnin. St. sought for by men of InHness, of funds. srtmtny. ILLINOIS LUMr, Julius J. Pulwar, of lli SSrlhj County CO. go over the nnd win his wny to the highest Louis capilihsts will rbyalcal Oenjraphy Prof 17. K futilCriminal Court, niit I lie relxllfca of l'oi-IoIt Is estimated Hint the Sam Hue next week, nnd will f.uiiitiluto place and ANTHRACITE AH creamining men." ity. Alternate, Prof J II Hay. Dul'0K,lic as'T's, uc'l eery means D. E. WilMin it Co., ple.t-Jones meeting nt D.icrshnrg re- n proposition to thn laud mwicr. tion, aiiimate and inanimate, echo: NOTICE ! If yon aro indebted The Keeeuy of Kluoatlon Prof J. C fn sny qnanlhi-- s dtalred. n leeurp in liia power a eonlclion, in forward and settle, us in the conversion of five It need money. come sulted order lo plnrnif hr P' flona, who were liia Ward. Alternate Prof. T O C'opelaad. is believed that they are work- "He prompt." hundred persons. Adjourn at 3 n clock, p m polilli'.! rnrraif. Kin nlaa otiar-- l llial ing under the recognition of the X) Li nr The. patron, of atl the schools, and the M diilenn .1. 1'illow nnil H.nlil II. Teton, WANAMAICI.lt fe lll.OWN'S Illinois Central. Under the new jcone law he mtirJrrel nun, wcri crlniinlly Intl- - etltiens of Hickman, are nio.t cordially -in. Hendy-to-Wea- r PARIS &, PARKER, Clothing strictly nre rrlnc hnnl YVhrn wmpHliora the shenfl's of the cnminiinwcnltli mair I ho puMioklinii of the carl but Invited to attend all the Aocialious. 'l a .en'lliou from ftum up. Kliiir wrote tl Tor the I'm" ami drawltit Into Ih.lr have lo make fnll and com''. will HICKMAN, : : : : KENTUCKY Children like mn nf n'rtt pill In lh Mf licka, rim. n M. Ivnv.itr.iH Agt. wiih Hie Audi- purpn.e nf arouine puplio rsrntlnient in Certain Chill In Hike " C. V. C.it plete setlb-meiith(i opl Cure," the plcut-uiMf favor, in the hope of eecnrlnc panlon, tninllng thr altrtitlnn of th o tor by tho first day of December, hul lit- will fail In ti i a olijocl an Governor ..! i"- - ... I. A...MH. o unci giiiiriiiitccfl cure fur Tho Indications point to Hie Iiiiij. .nil It inii.RrGitrina .1.. n.it which will push the collection of Turney w a invmber of lheynprf mo Court 1'evc-r-, Aitiio ami .Tluliiriti. rjickman lijarble Works, fact that tho frost will bo on the can iii'Vp raonry In lliuli lime turn llh A IBrmeJ I'rlcc SO its. Jo tuxes, somewhat. And n provis- - when Kings ileetli aenlence w pumpkin soon nnd not very much the I now liw ami ntrv entmj 'ill 'J ( onnlr' ffopl 111CKMAX, KY. For tale by f V. HoLcoMne, Druggist. 'l.eisooila m wlt ion in the law requires the tax-- , fodder in tho shock. lli.j n'f't Thfj Ihij i Id all llrara payer to have Ids receipt before W A N AM AKliIt &HUOVN'S C. It is given nut ns n settled Lteauir llif tier I lliem. the sheriff can settle, which will Pants ready to put on. Every Laundry ani Dya Works Agency. 01 fact Hint the fair "III positive! BKALER IR make rather n hatilship on some part honest, long wool, honestly nlglil Iho young Last NOTHING HUT close Oct. HI. If you haven't people near Hazel Dell and Svl- 'sheriffs, especially, where they spun and win on, tlycd nnd finish Leave yonr bundles nt Snndors Italian and Aiir.niCAN Marbli been, jou'd bo tier It tint Io. MONUMENTS, 10MB AND QflAV Laundry .t.."0 to 0 ."it) por pair Sam- & Kice's,' agents for 'have, in the past, whenever the oil. on Shade school liouses met nt d STONES. one of the best. Collars, 2c; limo tl mil settlement came about, ples can he seen nt MKherle's. Mr. Tims. Tark nnd lit f Io Hazel Doll nnd nrmiigod a literary hi VINO in stock, fine lot been advancing the money to Cuffs, 1c; Shirts. 10c. Light Silk HAican and Italian aMarble, Iof Amer- n Wnrner, Tenu., wns in society. A very Interesting pro daughter of am pre-pa i.mo (iiui.vf, meet whatever shortage there was mid Woolen Dress Goods nnd the next red to fill all orders. Call and examine the city this week, visiting Ids gram wns 'prepared for .3 shades and my work until tho taxes could be collectnd, meeting, which will be hold nt slhlor, Mrs. J. W. Powell. A T The scheme planned by the Clothing iljctldnrker Now it is quite different. All un- Cherokee allottees and 13. P. Mc- - good ns new. Orders from tbe country promptl Sy I ven Shndo Friday night Oot. 0 WAXAMAKKIl & l.l.OWN, lied. paid taxes in n few days longer Cabe, the colored ex Secretary of All nre invited toutteiid. It. It. K. tho largest Clothing House In the Soosetary. uli uecessitnto the sheriffs of tho State of KiiiiMis, to establish the When the spring time comes and United States. M. l.niiltl.K, Ag't, state of making levies to meet negro town nf Liberty in the Che yoa,feel tired, lazy, and gouernlly A pnrty consisting of Mr. W. Hickmnn, Ky. the requirements of the law to the rokee Strip bus been crystnlizcd. no account, 'n't Llame the urathtr. l Tnylor, Mrs. George Alley nnd letter. J lie town site lias been surveyed But cleanse your blood with Plan Blacksmith and Undertaker Kxprcss companies generally Utile son. Miss Mario Brevard, your throughout tho country aro fit ting Mr. niul Mrs. K. It. Klllson. W. A. WAS A.MAKER & IUtOWN'S and Mr. McCnbn has sent n dele tation Sarsap.irilla, and start and HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. gation of colored liver with Plantation Pills, safes ns Dodds, nnd Louk Itrowinl, left their enra with time-lockHoys' Clothing, from i?5.00 up. ministers and deacons into tho begin life anew with the rest of )o( n precaution nguiust robliern Chicago last Sninrilav Also, for Mmost ns tough ns Hessemer ME A TRIAL when yon want o proselyte for nature. So hi by Hlacksmlthliig ilone, or rerIr nn A Missouri exchango snys: Dr. mid Mrs. C. II. Hubhard. and i-- j teel all wool nnd nf most excel Southern States to & o him. "The chinch bug eats tho farmer's M. Ambcrgnnd daughtcre, MIsbcs p Cowjiill & Covrglll, Hickman, Ky Waxon. &c. IIoreiboelns; a sperially, lent ijesign ami color. The new town is three miles I also keep a fall line of " " grnln, tho ben moth spoils his Sndio nnd Llzzlu. T. T. 3wa.Mie, M. liHEHLK, Ag't. m north of Perry. The people who Goods, honey, tho bedbug tills him full of Onro Itro's., Cayce, Ky. K. Speed. U. P, Tho Six men tried to hold up n nre booming Perry nre greatly exCommon, Rosewood, nnd ftoM-- l BlacV Walpain, lint tho humbug acoopa hla fichcuok, John South anil Huok-ey- e A. E. Ilrevurd Jordan. Ky. Now xn-tCouuct) Bluff train Monday morn cited nt the prospect of a colony Sxx tivaoi 'eiytred; srcct30.p o6"T nut Collins and Cases, wbich can be fitted money. State will constitute the up on abort notice, and at reasonable ing just out side of St Joseph, of negroes so near thorn, nnd some pnpor snys thnt Lenn "White Collar" lino to Now Or- A Cairo s me can. -- Last Saturday morning about ,Ho. fr0,?1 the runners Had po- - lence when hnvo threatened vio View of the World's Fair, prtee-- tneenear ntbe Jail. Milcliel. a young Kentucky girl leans this season. One boat will Dunn & Oo.'s weekly review they liegln to arrive. nnd warned the inaj'i5.88 Inst leavo cither terminus oncoa week., of Irado snys: "Thcro is no longer n o'clock, while at work nt the committed suicide there, Mr. McCabc has let contracts to Cl-- "P"C1 Pend two cents In postage h 'iC- Nortb-erweek, by shooting herself in the Over the Memphis trade, uiid'n microscopia sentimental to F. II. Howe., build nliumber nf small dwelling Ajrenl ILLINOIS CENTRAL Kob Houaiizn, Ohio, Hint cannot bo mens- - rius mill, mi employe breast with n pistol, on account of Valley Routs tho robbers were killed nut tho .bonces, for which the negroes 1UI (jlark flreet. Cbicatn, Mississippi ton mid Iho new Congo will ply ns, urod. Somo Increase is seen Doth ort Weekly wns struck mid fatal others are in jail, Not nu ofllcer w'" be allowed to pay on the In ItWLlKUli,free copy tho pangs of doapinod love. of a lare, rolored III for a formally, two boatn leaving Citi-liproduction nnd in distribution ly injured by n falling limb of a wns hurt. 'ea 1 Mll..llpi Valley Co.) (Newport stallment plan, nntl he will put bird view of ike World' Fair and BUT Ladles, don't wear youror products, it Is small, nn yet tree under which he wns standing. tlio necessary business liouses in vicinity ll is mounted on rollers for selves nut by running no old, cituiatti every six dnys. tho worst .luniiclal bliz- Doctors Dawson and Watson woro hanging tip, and will Tun World's Fair has been a operation ns noon us Hie first of a ii'infulr, and for be found of value as LOUISVILLE, heavy Machine. Call nt Cowglli's taken wiih iljn. but nfter "I wap verjr called to Weekly, hut incdic.il aid bo .a for a tiiimher of railroads the colonist arrive KVANSVILLE, larjr; t look a dote of Chamberlain' ('olio, zard of twenty years, it is not to Drug Store and got a llglit-run- . nil wns of no use and the unfortunate Cholera after enoli ho expected Hint CINCINNATI liiug "Now Home," tho best nisi operationnnd Piarrhora Kernel llian nn'tl-ral- , cleared In a day. nil roads can bo mail died about noon that day. and most of all for tho Illinois Oh, my poor back I What pain I All couilitioiiH of the iKitveln, more tMI) ALL POINTS cliino In tliu market. Central. Since the opening of the In Sr" When the water work's are No exuuse for itPlantation Antl- lintirt, and check-o- l save nt Washington favor grail Superintendent of the mill J. T. for ithnul thirl operation everybody should tl took uliout all of a mil recovery and business goes Leahigli said hu thought Weekly Fair, four mouths anil a half ago, take lh roinpUlnl -- Olloy Crenly, tho youna mnn bath. Cowgill & Cowgill Pain Porus Plaster with capsicum bailie in cure inr, while two or kmi ill was from Hickman, Ky., to which tliis road has carried over 12,000,-'00- 0 ket' nice Sonps, Sponges, Toilet will cure It. Sold urn! guaranteed ou in unquestioning iioutldeucot who ntolo Mr. John tituhha' horse Ihtreiiln.ea nilslil euro nn ordinary oa lunengers. or about S0,000 u Waters, besides a full lino of Ex- satisfactory by two or three weeks since, wns I f mi nd ll would rive me Immediate re- Unit tho general desire of Hie peo- pluce his body was taken. Now'; M KM PHIS. lay. The daily average now 13 tracts and Odors. Madrid ltocord. T M ple will in some way prevail." Towgiil'ds Cowgill, niokmnn, Ky in Memphis last week. lief from nil inln In tho bowel. ruptured VICKSBUKO. Hut'KWoon, Friend. hip, Ornl par., I.a NEWOKLEANd, went nfter " Miirsliiil Carpenter, T. T. SwnviiB, OUT Tho Mutual Lilo Insurance Cnr Farmers nnd mnchino meir over 100,000. for eale bf T. V. Swaynk, Drugglil, Ilnvo you triod Plantation Liver him, nnd he is now boarding with Ain ait roiir Ooro llro's., CajroP, Ky. old-eawill find tho best quality of LuCompany of New York Is the State TitfcAsiMinr. IIai.k lias. Bt&- - MnOinty Jailer Carpenter. A. E. BreTHnl, Jordan, Ky. never wont to the largest ami best Company in bricating Oils, for mowers, thresh- issued a circular letter to collectors Pills for habitual constipation I ,'rhey aro perfectly delightful nnd ngalu reported thnt the bottom of Iho well, ns reported. tho United States, Tliu Company ers, engines, &e., elienp, nt It is of tho State's revenue in which lie a mire cure. Trice 12Ju. Sold by fi C T. T. SwAYNK'S. Louisville, & Nashville Kailrnad Ho only stepped down to Cow- - la now Issuing to the insuring pub Tliresber Rl complete, ST. LO UIS, Tnc next limo the Government has ny urges them to u,o extra diligence "coTgTriOowsllI, Hiokmau.Ky ' One bus nbsnrbeil the Chesapeake, gill's Ding Store mid got bottom lie a policy comprising ndrnntngcH CAIRO, n mi o. ........,-- , Kugioe, conslstlnf uf il should do ll on some in collecting so as the treasury will & Southwestern road, from prices ou ruiuis, uus, niass, etc. never before offered. For full in land to ilLlrlhiiio allow Ohio CHICAOO ISepaMlor. Heeves Straw Hlaeker, Cook Ibe repetition of bo able to pay tho school warrant They keep a full lino of such formation about llteso policies, plan that will not Goro Urn's., Cayce, Ky. Loulavillo to Memphis. Tills Wacon, Sloo and Fixtures. Will sell all vd am Points noli seeiip. aa diataoril Ibe upviiiaj of of ?880,Ot)O IC. It. Fi.LtsoN. ngont. on October 1. He A. E. Itrovnrd, Jordan, Ky. call on story has been told ho often that goods. on easy lerint. Call and se me il you Cherokee elrip. AV o t . "N" o v n says it is the first timo ho has been to sell vanl a Dargaln. Am it iugotllng to bo n chestnut. Tin. New Vorlc Tribune la intlioritr for ' Four drove A. W, Wherritt, HuakTAnv Hoke Smith, in an Inlor put to tho nccces-jitJ. Y. MAYFIBLI), Pain in Stomach anil Dowels, of uddrc.ising Counseling at Mmnphla will, Uiroiib Why not nnn nil tho trains of Covington, Ky. ornzy nt tho Hie ttutemeut llutis the KniiUville mid view, pay be U not oppmej to pension such a letter 0 1'J Otyre, Ky. far 'lie bill parpn.pa In need out ibe fraud; if Naahtllle railroad to the collectors, lnv- - Purging, Cramps, Summer Com trains lo alt jmlnts In with u good lot of shot guns and top of tho Ferris wheel ut Cldcago nr piirohme of I lie Chi'iipeke, Ohio the number of prnniniix l out down nuc in ' ARKANSAS AND TKXA3. heretofore been able to arrange plaint and other diseases of tho pistols nnd the hnggago car with last week. Ho wns n passenger and Southwe.iern. It eenn aomu time batf. The Ut. thai hi erii-na- l with banks to supply money dur- Stomach and Dowels cannot exist ouo or two small cannon iir ii pro in n ciowded cur nnd exhibited nen Iho l"ilIHfl rocciad an onliou on Idea In having the lit of "iinpeoU'' Kales, Tickets, in til iiifurmiilion will be future, nnd prepared was lo hive alrlekrn from the ing temporary ilelieitsj.bnt no says' when Plantation Uiurrhtua Mix the mad l a Tery reainnatil lection against robbers! Train great fear as It wont. A halt of liiialneiK hat itaprored (i miioheiuce ftlriflsbeil on applioallon to your near- lint rolls llinni who had filled lo prem'ni prima this cau nut bu done ut tlio present turn is used, rt's guaranteed. Sold HICKMAN, KENTUCKY robbing lias become as common his car ut Iho ton impressed him the owuoriilo not oira wlinlher the Louie-v- l eni tltkot nenl. by Cowgill & Cowgill, Illokman Ky faoli evliii,. thai they wore entitled lo time, on account of T. II. LYNCH. stringency in L F. HAY. of Into uu ordinal v housebieak-iug- . with tho idea n calamity wnsnbout lie and Naahville neoepls or not. Tim pension". I In bellevt-" " T. T. Swayno, Oflice ovor Cowgill & Cowgill's It Ih also rniich more profit to occur and reason wns dethroned option line not oteipltel, renl tho sub-jji- Into ull of tliPHe otusii. lliat InveilUntlon money matters which bet in about Asi't 0o. 1'isi. As'.. Trafflo M'sr. Ky. will to the Ooro Urn's., Cayce, Is Kill iinJor uansl Ivrallon, like u flash. n hie. tliu first of J id v. l.0UIVH.LC, KY. dlsco'try of much friud, Uruj Stoto. A. E. litovard. Jordan, Ky. Ktiitlroiul Time Titlslr. n o. aTatTii. it. it. M a '' 'k Little Rod IM-h- hi crnllu nominee, uuu hsri. Dick Wright, tho Third party nominee, will address the people of the District at tho following times and places: WIngo Oe.t.lOtb. lbefnlrrsl'ill'Corr WnterVnllev, Oct. Jllli. Mr. 0 It' Durnell made a prnpoa'llon'to Pilot Oak, Oct. Jl'th. the Counell to fitrnlsb 2(),00() feel of Cuba. Oct. Ktth. on merojiantable cvpreev lumber Sedalm, Oct. Nth. tlio river hank, near h eleamboat Ma field, Oct. If). In Hickman,' for $li 00 per iliound feel, lumber tri I delivered hy or Fulton, Oct. 17th. at night. the 1st dy of Novemher nexl. On Ca.M'c, Oct. 18th. motion, the prnposlllnn i arceplnl, ami Moscow, Oct. 18th, at night. the Street Commissioner l dlreciel lo re Kith, at night. Hickman, Ocl. ceive end Inspect said lumber and bays Columbus, Oct. 2itli,at night. eame hauled and properly pile I up, anil to report bis aetlona lo the Council. Spring Hill. Oct. 25th. --- room, in W, II. Wicker, for 13 arreala, 13 IK) of Comjinisj Siprtuafii !!,16 TiUl Assets Wm. Meyei, dielinc prisoner., On motion, ll Is ordered llial ibe Cllv Treasurer U Intruded lo keep a separate; arennnt of City Hall funds received ami paid mil bf him, irom and after tbla dale, and all tumtf received by hltn for OFFICE OVER HICKMAN BANK, of Cilyillall purpose shall lie paid out hv hti'i only for Oil J Halt expewea . KESTOOKY, and Hie p;Sient of City -, Hall bond ami HICKMAN. $2W,000,000.00. -- - TUB KBITH LQtMTEU AT .?s'- - land-In- n. Chloride of Gold Inslilule, Fulton, Kentucky. -lf fillflj 11 LOCAL i ! r)r '" Ii- w-- .. .. 0. L. RANDLE ti., d Pp-lg- bt s "' o ' Baltzer db t3Iio,x,s.. milincry. B. T. DAVIS, Attorney - at Lr w, uM 1 1 s' Cj IM! ffn-n'lo- ra B. E. WILSON c -- Special Values School Shoos. ft nil-wo- c.iii-O- s 1 The Cash Shob Store. NEW, - lli-ii- B. HAMAGE, 3 w-i- FRESH. STOCK The Cash Shoe Store. SANDERS IIICE. ( A. F. OLIVER, s Undertaker's . on 091$ o r' hot-head- ttsY-Sb- Correll-lprovemei- " ' it ssi..1 bre,u;'tok'e,rwv" I l'ener n t, oneten-borse-pow- er J th iid y e DIU3.ItDA"vfbSON, I 1 i ' ct i ;. 4B 1 - .J J i aatAtli.'.lA.afe: i.i;i.,jmz7immkmmiMi k.'.AJr''L...i -. ii ' TTfiiiTF . "-' Lt4kiskiiVaa.rtt...,.,.i .i..'..1l:.v.:.i...,. . ., ',.... w ,, AiLV.-ll- i , i hi i BUQ.A-BOHEARINGS ON THE TARIFF. A DROKEN Itnnta havo never yet had enough to Highest of all In Leavenlnfj Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report oatj not n banquet nt which nleiv fai The llrniilillrilll (lame of Hoot1 Tricks nt MiiniiNlltlr Stanufartii rrs In nreil men and w onion of soulnl l)r politI of rrntretl'iii. Ins Its tntrrrsl. ical fortune shall sit, hut such a Inn The hearings before tlie ways nuJ Just now all things nro not working Dr. Talmago's Proposition Concerning Cll1.it Its t'llt-ls- t ..mi. IID ,.., ................ jictn-.,.- l v. 1.I,V(I 11.. t..l together for tho good of the republic- means committee have a familiar hoiuul .....v.. ' Its Birth. Ills servants to "go nut Into the high an claim that this year's business The nianufr.cturer who Is benefited bv ways and hedges ond comiHjl th.Mii to was due to apprehension of a tho tarilT makes hts speech) the iiuinu CUIIIl" in Sublime and Slupendmi. llrjoiid ill Kll reiisimi of the republican tnrllT rather fncturor who Isn't benefited by the mate IX III tl the Dmtli of One On- Let tho mayors if the cities nn I tho than to the opo ration of the republican tnrllT aska for a reduction of the tax on tnrjr and Illrth if Another. governors of the stales ami the pres- siher policy. lu truth, nothing Is the materials ho uses, or stays awaj ident of tho United Mate proclilm a rkuiL fur the Mtpport of that ullega- - lest he should only make things worse whole week of legal liollilnv, nt least thin except the tongue of the republic and neither tho consumer nor tho pro- j At tlio llroolilyn taVernm lo Sunday from Christmas day to Now Year's dn an speakers and the pens of thu reptile unci itu nymciii hi ine eoiuurjr ns forenoon Ilex. I)r. TalmlRe preached u Added to this let there be at that In Ii. an writers, howlielt tlie same repitlt-liensermon of unusual Interest t n xnst whole Is likely to be called to memory n teriiiitlonal moral and religious nudiencc, the subject King in? ninespeakers nnd writers n recently except us nil Individual member of thr n mammoth distribution of sacred as last spring nscrllKsl the business teen IlunilroiHh Annlvcrsarj, A l'n "pocommittee may cluvui'u to ask u qucs literature. Let tho lending ministers sition Concerning It" The text was to the Sherman act and- tlon. u a child religion from Lngluiid, Scotland of taken from Isaiah It., f "To The speech of the manufacturer whr sought to score u partisan jiolnt by ntrswUiiiurrs In the llrltlali Navy. CHILDREN AT WEDDINGS. Chicago. Ireland. rraticc.Germany anil the world tarklttg tlie democratic president lor wants all the tariff he has and more is born." Twenty-fiv- e jenrs ngo It was illscov histake the pulpits of these cities and tell not at once culling congress together if iHisslhle. always Informs the com Cla.l That is a tremendous hour m tho "Hi!' n vcrv modest younp man. Isn't In flrtiirmine that Ml per cent lrli The? Fiirni nn ered by oftlclnl Inquiry nnd mure than what they know of llliu whose birth to repeal that net col" "Modest ns a burglar; ho doesn't even tory of any fatuity when on mnorlnl mlttee that the Inislnevs he Is carrying of the llritlsh marines Ihtrrrfttlnjr I isilure want the credit of his own work." uailn)s . wo celebrate. At those convocations spirit Is Incarnated. Out of a eix darl 'I hese brethren complacently Ignore ou in a It may hnxo Ken car llccord. tier cent of the sailors on ltrltlshwn let vast sums of luonev lnJ raised for the fnct that If the people mi feared rleil nn for llfty or a hundred year, but Children us part of wedding pageants cloud thcro descends a xen bright were unable to swim. 1. even " churches, for nnyliim, for schools, for tanlT reform last spring and summer na some feature of It Is still tioiv; It is in are more seen this season than cvr Is- -1 morning-One life spared and another Lost An Appetite! tho oil ccrs could not do so. colleges all of which Institutions were to become given. All tho hells of gladness ring there is even its Infnuev; when It Is older It will get fore. A fashionable London wedding )cr cent of If you havo lost your nppotlte It will reM ,wa '""""e.l by the adoption of Q born lu the heart of ClirlsL why they should along without protection; Indeed, It is almost unknown Just now that does ' On that uiiini reason over tho cradle. I know not w hv anyturn to you If you apply to h driiKRislor one nulalloii re..i ring all who enter ths Question the second: How wuuld you day, and in tji.it season when tlirlst fear It. and jet Hosteller's Stomach one should doubt that of old a star dealer who aro already speak- will make a price that forelgnem can not show lu Iho bridal ,n Hitter. When you nre In possession of tliin polntcil down to the rfaxi"irs birth- have such nn international jubilee con gnvo Himself to the world, let tho ing of the panic in u thing of the past. not compote with, but Just now It Is or more children ! pIolun-Mpi" garK ' nnvJ- l ns helpful tonic, you haven restorer of nr,,j. ' InI that the gn-a- t niiinben place, for rt stnr of Joy points dow n to ducted? Answer: All nrts should bo world glio Itself to Hint. Indeed, business Is rapidly reviving and lather mom dependent on protection lending, with the llowors, a char.ultig ll;vn, tlto which Is unfailinc nnd prompt Morehy do I propose America ns tlie every day the prospects grow brighter than it was ten, thirty or sixty year elfect of unconscious At n n-- vlioJit thelrlliea lit the Metorla il- lmarshaled, nnd art In Its most attrac over. It restores digestion us well as ap- every honorable nativity. cent New York wedding four children uster did not htIsIi liecauso they ha4 petite, and reeulates tho liowols, liver anil A new eternity dates from 'bat hour, tive und Impressive shape, l'lrst. Arch- country for this convocation? tt of Its hiding ugiv . . leeaue Money is coming The manufacturer who np iH'en taught ii swim, osut first ns klaueys, mul protects you frchi malaria and that minute, Iteautlful and appropriate itecture. Whlto all academics of music most other lands have a state religion, places nnd seeking the banks und the pears, before hint (the eommltteeiii.iu) assisted. Two (lower girls, each nlsmt not liecous rhcumstlsni. sixteen years old, lu empire frocks of Mirted, "but wero drowned In I unit the ililTerciicc mid all churches nnd all great halls nnd while nil forma of religion may Is the custom of celebrating tHe anniordinary channels of Investment; sttv will tell him all a such In many lands, Amurlca L the pended banks are throwing open their lietween dally or weekly wage white I mil i silk nnd currying large they jumped Into tho water on would le needed, there should be one iear lien Miss Wbivkles "No, I never expe?1 to versary of such nn event, an were unable If totuo onn Into the eighties a'nd tho n n ies tho great auditorium erected to hold such ouly country on earth where nil evan- doors; while mllla nnd factories the nml lu Ihirope, but he will not tell him white enamel IniskeU of daisies and I large groups that they marry." Hello "Hut what to use tholr limbs." Philadelphia should proposer' Truth. recurrence of that day of the e.irln an an audience as has never been seen on gelical denominations stand on nn even very industries which tho republican what the labor cost really U lu his orange blow mis, led the train of six ' Ledger. old man's life causes rccogi ' 'n ond any sacred occasion In America. If footing and all would have equal hear- prophets of evil declare have most to product The department of lnbor has bridesmaids down tho aisle tu meet .the i . . . . . . When Nature -- o Catch s also, Scrlbonlus Curio ut the cost of a king- ing lu suclian International exposition lose from tr.rllT reform, nre resuming had the utmost dltllculty In getting tirlile, x hose maid oi honor was another I here, "Chicago Is a or less congratulation Heeds nxslstnneoll may bfl best to render uioro - queer town," remarked n Detroit law- ' ate the I select this cluster of seneonst dom should build the (list two vast Why do manufacturer to tell an) thing about young niLssof ton, ns pretty ns a picoperations on all hands It promptly, but ono should renicinlrcrto tiao nations nro accustomed to ce great itinphitheiiters, placing them back to cities? Answor. lly tint time, Decern-bo- r Why Is it then, that If the fear oi the cost of production, nnd In Mime no- lure, in her graceful gown of soft xvlilto jer who had liccn out there during the even tho most perfect remedies' only when anniversary of tho birth of t needed. Tho best and meat simple mid cen-tl- o heroes or deliverers, or Knef.utors. back, holding great audiences for 35, 1900, these four cities of New ttrllT reform wna mi potent n few months table cases the superintendent of the croinin xnd big hat xvllh drooping fair. "How?" Inquired a listener. "In remedv Is tho of FIrs, manufac- Tho Mil of February and the tth of dramatic representation, nnd then by York, Itrookl) n, Jersey City and or a few weeks ago, It Is not equally or I census failed entirely to get Informs pi limes s was the bride ItcrM'lf, At lU views of law nnd the enforcement tured by tho California Yin Syrup Co. by bridges nnd tunnels, will he more potent In our woudorful inuchluery could turn them when tarltr reform tlon that would have shown appnixb tho nllarthe groom nnd best man wero thereof. During my visit there, n man July aro never allowed to waiting, and Inside them stood u little stole fMH) In cash and, though there banquet anil oration, and round w ith all their audiences lit them, practically one, and with an nggrogate Is certainly closer nt hand? hlnce then mutely tho cost of production. Tne physician of "twcntyyonrs'standlnc" land without Hut nil making tho two auditoriums one am- population of nlKiul four mllllonv Co- xve have had a messuge from the presiThe Information that has lieen ob fellow of live In n continental suit uf were at least llfty jieople to testify should hava n c banco to ail down and rest bell ringing and cannonade to while. other uirtuuay anniversaries oto xnuic phitheater, to witness n glndltoral nsequently no other part of Airrlvn dent reiterating his devotion to theg tained from ptiblla and private agen- hls'k velvet, with whlto art tin wnlst-rix- i against lilm nnd plenty "f lawyer he " lace rallies und loir shoes with prosecute him, I'll be blamed If festivity, will have such nn Immensity of popu- cause of tariff reform aud reeiiipha-sitin- cies shows somo exaggerations in popSW V.4 A if cut nenen, TVcst Toledo. Obie, says s compared with the Chrlstums described contest, and Vespasian could construct lation. birth lay the Colosseum, with Its eighty columns thepurposu of tho dominant par ular statements uf the differences be bu Lies, lie carried lu his small I didn't get off t free." "Aw, come 'Hall's Catarrh Cure saved my life." Wrllo which celebrates the Why do I now make this nominitlon ty to redeem its pledges In tills partic- tween Kuropean nnd American xvagess. glued hands n sllier tray, tion j off," expostulated the listener, "there's biui for particulars. Sold by Druirgists. 75c, In my text. Protestant and Catholic and Its tiiuuiphs in three, orders of and Urcek churches" Ith till tho power Greek architecture and n capacity to of time and place? Answer: He atiso ularpledges which, at the scry time they prove conclusively that tho dairy iv) i h, on a tiny nut of white j some catch to that" "Ha there Isn't, the ring. It xwis or WHsn'l, protested the narrator; "they BsKcniM's Piixs will, In future, for the of music, and garland, nnJ procession, hold Si,(HK) people seated und 1.1.000 such a stupendous movenent ran not when the panic began, these republic- or xxcekly VK ntfords no Idea of the c t, t man couldn't catch him lu tho crowd and ho that when the United States, ba covered with a quickly and doxologj, put the words of my text standing, and nil for purposes of cruelty Ihj iiteuiMrIel. It will take sescn an oracles assured the country had cost of labor, and they go n long xvay nit g soluble, pleasant coatltijj. 23 cents a box. been repudiated by the president and towards justifying the generalization sto .1 to take it from the small pnge csoutH'd. See?' Detroit l're Press. into national, and continental and hem- nnd sin, can not our glorious Christian- years to get ready for su.'h un oi celebration, mid the work ught the democracy .Moreover, since then that where the x ages are the highest it v us tied in a corner of the uponispheric choruk: ' St us a child I ity rear in honor of our glorious Christ "I wonder why Cinderella's god"Wnt does Snagsby keep his haircut so born." W Ol nm of the Imy w 1th narrow xx hlte n structure large enough to hold 50,000 to begin speedily lu 'hurdles m col- tho congress elected to reform the tho cost of production is the low est ahortl'1 "llecause he's getting bald, mid ho her lo get home other- - mother coms-11r- i n wise preisaiition, 11 we nre groping In tariff has met and the lower house, havleges, in legislatures, in congresses since The truth is that It has been abund rb.iOn tho 33th of December each year of Ita worshlixrs? won't havo It lone;." Philadelphia Heconl. midnight?" said llleks. "I guess that Is tho themo in t. l'aul's and St. now nmung tho ruined amphitheaters parliaments In all styles of n itlunal ing voted to clear the way by repeal antly proved that the higher wage W Si m h ini'x,iiciii.-ei- l little hands ' (he old lady had heard ll was IkiiI form I'cter's nml St. Mark sand St. Isaac's of Verona nml Pompeii and Capua and assemblages nnd wo Invo no1 inn to of the Sherman net hns set to work in this country are offset lu whole or in S eiisllv liilie tlltiil thr tintMirtiillt, diamonds In the morning," and all the dedicated c.ithedrals, chap- 1'uzzuoll and 'larraeo, and then statvt lose It would take threo i im to through Us ways and means committee In part by tho greater efficiency ol ci. t to the IliHir When tho cere-- - to xiwir Maw son.- - Harper's I la in r. g m m, was oicr tho nower gins pro- , make a programme woilhy of niilia upon Its duty of reforming the larlft lattor and the freer use of ind ehurches clear transllsed with ninaremeiil nt their els mcetlng-iiouse- s At e shall soon roach Certainly, therefore. It will not lie held devices, while the higher cost of raw er,- l. I the lirkle iigaiu, round the world 8ie?p that held from 50,000 to coming together. The city of Iindou Is sacred from Why do I take it upon my vlf make that tar'ill reform is farthe- .ntnv nr materials cannot lie offset In any such til - us ts'fere her ns they walked, I Intrusion bv the roxnl troopx. nml only nineteen hundre Ith annlronary of 100,000 spectators gathered for carousal oda TiSji ZC ,,,., .,...,, small page, still hol.tlug His such a Humiliation of time nn place? levsj probable than It was when It is way, and mi fur as the cost of materials ami r.iP. t happiest event ,;f all time. This and moral degradation, could not I Mhrsl along In solemn "t"'' ' allonl one architectural uehieic Answer: Itecuuso it sohnppeiis that In alleged to haw- - plunged the countrr can tie reduced the manufacturer and trn r,ght to march through It lu lBVP bare sullcre! cry mucb (.nturv Is dvinr II'nlr scon inoro her. It was amusing martial array, with bands playing, art will cease to ment that would hold and enthrall its the mysterous proiidcnre of (. I born Into a panic. Indeed, who Is there to his operatives will participate In the dr.-.-' i pulsations and its wlthstrero 00,001) Christian disciples' Do you say In n These conclusions are not i. nml of nornyn prince- day who has not tieller reav.u than he benefit ii I, the little fellow, who had evii Inyouots fixed ond colors displaced. I Sick Hoadocho. ly descent, tho doors of commit e it ion may have thought he had four mouths reached nlone by statistical Investiga- dentli lieen uistrueteil not to step upon vHU, Rt t,H, ,ica,, f oUr letters and no human loice could be heard throughAfter taklne six bottles tno ( vour imtMrt int documents out such a, building? Ah' then uu n.e open to me every week by t io secungo to bclirvu that the administration tions but by the testimony of such the In des train, lull as evidently had Orthixlox Turks shave the head of Hood's barsapirllla i i.inoo." It will bo a phssicaland moral were not present when and intends to fulfill the taritr promise on manufacturers ns have taken the nit - en told about the tinners that with the exception ol n tuft on tho at tho lloston lar nml religious printing pres-.eof Hood, !K,nvlUon and two boxes un,kc ,inUi,ing else you I'cnce Jubilee Parcpa easily with her hae been opii tu tno eiery w U fur which It was Intrusted with power' trouble to unnlyze their own expenses, lay inni the Ihsw tn h's psth. I'Iipmi crown, xx hlch is left to Insure a tight that Tn,,riCllcol. vot one soice enchanted fifty thousand auditnrnr many jcarsw ithall thecitiesni towns And yet, as we linxc said, the i ople, and have btcu willing to give the pub- Im il. uli-- were tol rqitally resp,.etetl grip tiv the angel of tho resurrection t; &. JVLutinJ rills, I am eund ofknow . terrible disease. I ' nt the inducors. And the time is near nt hand mul ncighliorhooils of ( hrls ndnm, notwithstanding the fact that every da) lic mmiio information about the costs and with a careworn e.xpnskon of when ho pomes to pull them out of the Hood I Sarsaparllla I tho best medicine I eier hand that wrote brings them that much nearer to tariff of production Journal of Couimene. ii'Mv iisiinlity on his fare he iikiiIo grave on the dxy of judgment took." Mrs. II. M. Latiik, l'lne Vallcj. N Y. tion of this century .11 havo cunning when In theological seminaries where nnd Indeed In lands outside of left to tvrito "loor nt tho induction of our joung men are being trained for where printing prossi - have reform, arc going about their business, wav iinivii ine niste i.xHiiiif his Ilalph loine and his cominnlons, DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE. Hqod'a Pllla cure liver Ills, neper box. another. confidence tho ministry, the soico will be devel- been established, and I feel 'hit If regaining their ftinm htlle skips tins shle sud that t century and the oped, and instead of the mumbling there Is anything worthy In tl prop- and concerning themselves iigniu uot t'mlitlnc ttie Work of Xttrknl llenihllran BVOi'l trampling the Idousotns, Imt who went Iwek to Hnflniid from VirThe Greatest Medical Discovery The death of one I eKtslallon. always In sprkms mltnl and ginia with Mr 1'ranefo Drake, carried birth of another century will tie sub- ministers who arwak with so low a touo osition, It will lie heeded and r opted. no much to hide money ns to make kliCf of the Age. in thai first tolstrciM-lime and supvcstlve and stupendous be- you con not hear unlevs you lean for- On the other hand. If it ! t - sanmore money. An esteemed republican corresponsight lie trailing length of Mtlfi that with them the Mr Walter llnlelgh Intro-durtIt U lhse Ht- - country. hltiv yond all estimate Ta stand by tho ward and lie nil your hand your guine, or too ho'ieful, or too li' practiTho partisan republicans understand dent addresses us tho following letter swec' just it to the ipteeu and nobility. grave of one century and by tho cradla ear, and then are able to guess the cal, 1 am sure It will do no liarn that I thU us well an nn) Isxly, but there is of inquiry: He in ,Hetel things which ohlldreil of another will bo nn opportunity uch general drift of the subject, mid decide have expressed my wish for sue an In- absolutely no other card left for them r in"tiendoujly grave Ititerpn-.- f "You lure a treat Jell la aav nowaltis do, A Sure Sign -- President of the Cor They a Lout 'bnee.i m.M)?. sua jour Ias4 meet tall, MEDICAL DISCOVERY. os whole generations of tho world's In quite well whether It Is about Moses or ternational Jubilee, celebratlve of tin to play but this old tarilf tt lies, that make their In -spiwototlea lint h don't jen com. i. us pryseneo .sttractlve.N. Y. piirntlon Hut what makes joii so sure nub inr full I pray Paul or someone elr instead of that birth of our Iminnnuel My fi lends baso their only hopes upon the ignorhabitants never etperlenceiL "i Ahlermun (TrabUi an Iss Infiiieiireil? rvntert lour delretabl purlr 7ur God that there may be no sickness or you will han coming from tho theo- Niich a birthday celebration nt th close ance or credulity of the masses. There reaaeut or ri sous ever to the repvb-llaa- 1 liaes. Ditto- lleoftenqtioles the Ssrtry of "Kvery - man has his price." DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS., casualty to hinder jourarrlial at that logical seminaries all over tho land of one century and reaching into a new ha been a panic: every man who will pint. IS" oolr naft money partj" cXnvsUm: goal, or to hinder your taking1 part In young ministers with roice enough to century would be something In which accept the assertion that the tariff re- Four fifth lliL uf that pin aro fur tinJ THE MARKETS. -- Truth. Itul al Usil d command the attention of un audience Heaven and earth could join It formers are responsible for the panic Is ntnnrjr, aaJ rod causal dear fnsj allvrr, wliJosi pasture weeJs a remedy that cures every ,"' Taledictory of the departing are ler t.ioKrlT-- "I hsr vour son Is great at HH.SSTI fVX. !S tury or the salutation of the new. Hut of llfty thousand people. That la the could not only le International but a clear gain on the side of the party tsinki of jur jrlfr'thts of Humor, from the worst bcrofula as 1 statm' rsmlroellngoeots." e mlunm.' IS I.IVI- ilxMTi-riittl- e-Inter-con- as that season win uc ino nineteen renson that the Lord gives us tw o lungs which now has nothing to lose And : down to a common nmpie. v, II I ussumjusi; lie la nn eipatider."- i ku ,hra Our republican friend Is mistaken, and 4 em W He has tried It in over eleven hundred hundredth anniversary of n Saviour's Instead of one. i si lungten i stelhttioii. If you reliifiiilx.r what oc- the leader of that party have not en- it U his party, not ours, that ought to ipi. a Kute . iMesvra never failed except In two cases birth, I now nominate that a (Treat In cases, and It is the Divine way of saying physi- curred on the tlrt Christmas night you tirely lost confidence in the ignorance sit on thr anxious seat and get convert- SlU I tl 6 j (Tt.se ... How Mr TiiHoiT Hi'htsI Why den'tyon (both thunder humor). He has now in his ternational Jubilee or exposition bo ologically "He heard!' 10 rt im That is the know that It was not n Joy confined to atnl credulity of the masses. They ed. Tour-fifth- s of his party, ho de I tMisn .ftitr tamtlj use llaln'a II. m v f Ilitrehetinil and Tar I xx i ii possession over two hundred certificates opened in this cluster of cities by the reason that the New Testament In SI A tan upon such a foundation the our world The choir above llethlehcm s clare!., nre for sound money, and ti llke'aTuoliiachcllrvpa Cure in one taluute.. 3KA1S Wbeal-- N : red. of its value, all within twenty miles of sea coast on Christmas day, the 25th of the account of Christ's sermon was Imported from niiu'hcr world, nnd S protective ystem too long not M s J rut against of the democratic party TV.iananV.aM doston flAfl tn lu t I All Un Np Ttitiw. ' .,'.... irtn till 4f nt on the mount duscrilies our Lord's plain when the Star left Its usual sphere to to trust much to It still. They yet hope It Our friend la evidently unfamiliar HoMrmss u t the blrpUler that get l A benefit Is alwavs .experienced from . ... s SutHtlxat . ... .. . articulation and resound of utterance designate the blrthplnce nil astron- that there are enough people who with the facts. In the hous las demo- l tho host of the run S Y Wof JJ. U - , "nni tint" iiiiiiii.ii mill inn virile ivuia r. century, closluc IKceraber SI, by saying; "lie opened his the first pottle, anil a perfect cure is warIJIU ... -This ... !.. Xl'll.n Mn..l Kill II AX -t- 'MM lo ltP. mouth" omy felt the tin III If there be are capable of believing that n tariff .!,. fh.rihtn...nt., fjl1 .... Tub ninnlnL' uud dog preaents a rate of In that mighty concert hall nnd preach nny thing true about our rellg on American wheat can Increase the and 77 against It The raeaturo would lo 1900, and the now century bcffinnlnfr When the Inntrs .iie .ifferte.t It rinse I raliiil trail alt. II It ii shooting pains, lilte needles passing January 1. 1001, will It not be tlmo for ing place which I suggest for thin nine- Ion it la that other worlds nre sym- price of that product or enpnble of be- have paued the hoiiso on democrats (Sis ', lrU lrtiiinN lieving that they can lie made rich by votes nlone had no republicans been DfTl l.lt--t bote lt through them; the same with the Liver or all nations to turn asldo for o few teen hundredth anniversary let music pathetic with this world ami in t" U I' r u Bowels. I Ills is caused OVtne ducts Deinc weeks or momns irora every ininfr eise crown our Lord, llrlng all tho orches The glorified cf being robbeJ, to restore the party of present The showing by states ti I'r me t ibalf in smorj... J I" u with It I'etbM stopped, and always disappears in a week and emphasize the birth of the greatest tras, all the orators, all tho Philhar- Heaven would join In such n coloura"protection"" to power. lAiuIsville also more favorable to the democrat i Ari'l-IU- s 4i a X hi fct rcrr.MOKs-i' ISelnpr who ever touched our planet, monic and Handel and Haydn societies. tion. The generations that tolled to Courier-Journa- l. alter taxing it. than to the republican party Of re m:v YOM1C If the stomach Is foul or bilious It will and could there be a more npproprlato Then give us Havdn' oratorio of have the world for Christ would take to fancy !M Olta publican states twelve are set down fm rtnt'lt-Ka- lr ECONOMY. M'KINLEY cause squeamish feelings at first. I Noris a time for such commemoration thin this the creation, for our Lord took part lit part In such Jubilation and prolonged repeal, as tho record xvas maJo by tlu ir OIIAIN Wteat-N- o. No change of diet ever necessary. Eat culmination of the centu'rici which are unlr;re-biilliUng- , Ti Na and "without him," assemblage The upper galleries of Conniclliif statements nf thti .XlMMtl Of representatives In congress, and ten CTJItN Jrd M a Natmlic! the best you can Ret, and enough of it. ' dated from his natlTlty? You kbow says John, "was not anything made that God's universe would npplaud the O rrutcelton. against repeal, while of the democrntn POIIIC ed New eras Dose, one t.iblespoonful in water at IT SO 17 that all history date either from be- was made," and Handel's .Messiah," scene, whether we heard the clap of When Mclvlnley launcheil his huge states thirteen wero for repeal and nine LAltll Woiern ttram ID Read the Label. Send forBool. ttt "Symponics" and the wings and the ahoutof their voices, protection craft In 1990 he would have against It In the senate st the pres fore Chriat or after ChrJat, frora It C and Ileethoven's riiii'Aaa I have been troubled with dyspepor A. D. It will be the year of our Mendelssohn's "Klljah," the prophet or did not hear them, rrophctsvho It that dearness was the only good ent moment, Stewart, Jones, Teller and rtoi'it-wint- er :e c Process Unlike the . . Mi. sia, but after n fair trial of August fl. Lord 1900, passing Into the year 1901. that typified our Christ, and the grand- predicted the Messiah and apostles American word. t ltd .. "Cheap coats," said oleott, four senator elected sa repub' b'l.iw-- r inlt4 Ns Cblcago irlnrf . nm itiw-.- 1 from I Wo have had the centennial at Phila- est compositions of German und Kng-lisNo Alkalies who talked with lllm, nnd martyrs he, "make cheap men." Cheapness, ho licans from states that were admitted .".-- "CurB-St '".-.on and American masters, living or who died for Him, would take part in assured us, was Indlssolubly linked Into the union by republicans for re delphia, celebratlre of tho one hunh ttottuie J H voting, i;.ttigiticM : ik iesi if is Itllt- K- Mesa or Instruments anniversary can had Other Chemicals dredth Wc havo had of our nation's dead;or allhistle or harp that flute humclap the scene, though to our poor eyesiht with nastlness. publican partisan purpoess, are lu dim College. HarrotUburg. Ky. 1bottle w or or the magn flcent roll birth. When the people came to speak In they might lie invisible. headache one car .steady. One aro ned In ths tho enactment of the repeal IIA!.TIIOI!ll sx expositions at New Orleans and At- or trumpet or thunder the praises of preparation of . I'lio missionaries who died In tho mv November after the launching of that We therefore luvlte, nay., we urge, our PUMMt-tSim- ilir of August Flower cured me. It wa3 al-Tl lanta and Augusta and St Louis. the Lord, joined to ull voices that can larlnl swamps of Africa, or were str clc t craft they did not seem to republican friend to leave the old party UHAIN-- W ositivcly wurlltouc hutidicd dollar IV I W. UAKER k CO.'S Coin stlttu tho present World's chant or warble or prcceutcr multltu-dino- s down by Kgyptian typhus, or were agree xxllh Mr. McKlnlcy about tho that lias thus arrayed itself against the havo , We Oila-M- iiiJ ami tome J. V Smith, worshipers. What an arousing butchered at Lucknoiv, or wero sliln only American word. They Intimated democratic doctrine of sound money IAltl'lleflneit exposition nt Chicago, celebratlve of fit o .Meichaut, Townscnd.I'M. I Gen. have Out. I1HIIC- reakfastCocoa the four hundredth aunlversiry of this when 50,000 Join In Antioch or Corna-tlo- by llorneslan cannibals wamuUl iitoi pretty distinctly that In their opinion and to Join the party that Is now strlv cAm.i:-rirtqiisii- tea 4 ir used it myself for constipation and or Ariel, rising Into hallcjah, or down from their thrones to rejoice that cheapness was a tolerably good Ameri Ing to undo the wicked republican leg- IKHIS-continent's emergence, and there are at 'W ti tlU .. atrra trWrA it abulutetif dy.sticpsia and it cured me, It is the INDtAKAPDI.IS. least two other great celebrations subsiding Into almost supernatural ut last Christ had been heard of, nnd n can woil, that n cheap coat was pref- islation of pure and sotubte, N Tlmev SS best seller I ever handled C. Hugh, QRAIN W at-- Sa t .. . promised for this country and other uinen! a dear one If lwnsjustas .11 i - ll)ttnorethrtnltrtttm'S IB speedilv In nil nations At tho first erable to i. NivSmlitst Corn on IVM lulif OPINIONS AND POINTERS. . . UjI Nu Zmlird Bii iH'! tkattrrwjlh nfArrowroot orI countries will have their hlstorieeventw nilYea, let sculpture stand the pedestals roll of tho first overture of the first da good, that a taan was no cheaper if he ii J4'( DttigKiat, Methauicbburj;, I'a. mill Htarrn. forms of of that meeting nil Heaven would cry: paid ten dollars for a c.'.it than if he around that building, to commemorate, but tho one event that 'Siiutir. and Is lar mnro eco torUXMI.Mi srir-nomical, ta'Ung I in than ont rent a tup. The Cleveland 'administration nx)t!ll Wlnlrr palrrit ft has most to do with the welfare of ull apostles and martyrs men und women, "Hear' Ilrnr:" paid twenty dollnr for the nme cout. SHADE RO m It It delictum, iiooriilitnc, and eiiilt a 4l xtus not placed In power by the pension I.IIAIN Wt.ea- l- . I red . . of Jesus l lirist on who spoke or w rouglit, or sulTered by nations is the arrival Aye' Aje! I bethink myself such n and that if a coat was clean ll was uot DlOMTen. 4' ... Coin Mlstd Uf atra ol Imllatlont agents, and there Is no reason why It Sold tj (Itofert mrriktr,. this planet, and all tho enthusiasm headsman's nx or fire. Where is my vast procedure ns that might hasten nastier because it was cheap. O.iis Mlinl o NOTICE Ota () Finding that the doctrine of deiirness should place Itself at the tlisHsal of IflllK-Wi- --.il crer witnessed at London or Vienna or favorite of all nrts this artof sculpture our Lord's coming, nnd that the s VT BAKEIl &C0.. Dochelter.lIa ABEL AUTOGRAPH 1 x as not so popular as they oF-77undrr Tnrls or any of our American eitics that is not busier for Christ or that its had sup- this species of treasury looters. N Y LAIIU- bieatn of many millions of Christians THE GENUINE would bo eclipsed by the enthusiasm work Is not appreciated'' ImI it come who belieto In the Advent, posed, McKlnlcy and his coeconomists World. Tlie Best Mr Mclvlnley should not hesitate HARTSHORN that would" celebrate the ransmn nf all forth at the world's jubilee of the na might be realized then nt that conjunc- easily changed their tune lu lhV'J and Waterprosf nations, the first stop toivanl the ac- tivity. We want a second Phidias to do tion of the nineteenth nnd twentieth lustily sang the song of cheapness. ns to the joint debate In Ohio. He complishment of It being1 taken by an for Unit new temple what tho first centuries I do tint say It would be, I'roin every stump their melodious must vindicate protection. Since tho Ii rruule from all tho i1Ikvxm- tluit corns Coat WELLS BESTnixntiTtiti: tho to MACHINERY Infantile foot one winter's niglit about Phidias did for the Parthenon. yet who knows that our blessed nnd voices rang out the praises of cheap- election of last ypur protection Is bad from tahiUsl blool Ifhlotxl llvrr is rousislthe purified and - abl so.k at,ara Let the marble of Carrara come to ndoi'i'd Mister, pleased with such n plan ness, and to .McKlnleylsni was given all ly lu nerd uf vindication, -- .st Loulr rlirous notion, the in I TOOLS) Is U. t r 1 five miles from Jerusalem, when the In the bracnl up wltli Dr. Pierce's Ooldrn li. !... Free. LOOM s A MUiS, Imia.uaiu. ariteni Itcpublic. clouds dropped tho angelic cantata; resurrection to celebrate our Lord's of world-wldSH BUI observance, might say, the. glory All their organs xxere LAiiRuor nnd loss of nil rara ,i jj is. WORLD I Meillrnl Dlsooiery. Let sculptors set up in concerning this wandering and rebellto cheapness and all the pipes spoecnes in unlo are oppeUtn, with or without Induration, warn , "Glory to God in the highest and on Kesurrcctlon. AftEUTC WiXTIP. good-wiTlia HlJCri u aLatieinav tl.A Cannnkf ailnftur-rd-t ij to men that Auditorium of t hrlst's eclobra-tlo- ious planet wero decorated xvlth protectionist devoted entiiely to a tlcfeusa of the jou that Rraxer ills nro close earth, peace, i.m Kolaafir' tsha rsftriAr f nnd Intaglio descriptive Threo or four questions that would . . .. . " hat tho world, at last, shows n dis- works of art conveying through tho tariff bill which liears his name And ''Dlaeoverv".. will aluirrit-- - tha . artstlto. Im tnttj for!iiarl - C II lit wBUUirUonl.Conn, f.L i rore illircalion anl ni"re neaiui. - of tho battles won for our holy relig wMiraiuniii 7r- the way to make this In eplte of Ills own declaration I Uvo cure be asked me concerning this nominaposition to appreciate what I huve done eye tho doctrine that fur "Liver Complaint," Indlees- ion. Whore are tho Canovns of tho for It, nnd with one wave of my scarred clothes cheap is to put high tuxes on during the hist campaign that "tho . lion of tune nnd place, I proceed to anlion, wyajs'ia, auu im- BHl Where are the hand I will bless und recliim nnd save them, nnd that Mclvlnley, glory be to tariff is doing Its own Inlkiug." St. louiueas, swer. What practical uso would como nineteenth century? TUriSH llll..SI SLICKER ! w.rr.nl-- 1 wilrr. wm?iMnxm ati n ? pruof, iihI 1llkp you dry In Iho Mrdmitom. Thf Mr. J. I. MrAnAMS. of of such International ivdobntion? An- American Thorwnldsens and It" That such celebrations of out his name, had put on thu high taxes Paul Olobe. WW It) MM EL t(.H Krjl 1. 1 Hrtwt rlJlnj rait, Slli! I t'.Haumpllea an4 raopla M011 Oiliyr, A". ( '..w rites Hidden somewhere I warrant Lord's birth, kept up for days nnd and mudu clothes cheap. sucr: the biggest stride the world eer Woxtern xvbeat Is still selling at I cotcriUictiiUrsliilJit. IUwirf Imlltlluak Innll wnobava waak luniaor A fesr of tnjr ) mptoma nijitcaal ir lli"Jti Ilrtnd-- l, ixHonlt. ll'iutrs This new song did not affect tho Harrison prices, but it must bo rcincm itiovMua llao'aCuiafor , took toward the evangelization or all you. Let sculptors turn that place in- months, would please nil tho good o ai - fr. A.). TOWr.U. Iloflui, tin,. kol I (Ul, t CoDiompUnn. It Saa fiillnrn after Cnttmr. to another Acropolis, hut more glori- earth, and mightily speed on the people after the manner of the siren's beied that Harrison was still president nations. That is a grand and wonderIkaaaaada, 11 hat not Injur-Joiln In ror raoiiiellinr strain, as tha elections last November when It was planted. Itcasonablo pe. ll H not tail lotaka. ful convocation, tho religious congress ous by as much as our Christ Is strong Gospel ' bowels. Iieailattie. poor chariot, nnd please nil Illalb tctlroujb iifua, and lull laatc at Chicago. It will put intelligently er than their Hercules, anil has more the Heavens, saintly, cherubic, ser demonstrated. And now there Is u sud phi cannot expect Cleveland prices Pol4 afrrjwhr. SaV. In mv moutli. At lllRlit before tho world the nature of f.iho to do with the sen than their Neptune, nphlc, nrchnngcllc nnd Divine, ts beyond lack of harmony in thaMclxInley choir, aa their next crop. N, iiL theyhanest was reier an. wun noi 14l-izi2r(I'l.US ) After llmtirs religions which Inve been1 brutalizing nnd raises greater harvests than question. Oh, got ready for the world i as there is npt to be in church choirs . World. il LfsS 'l.bl.i.. nierHI.akin. flt.1,1. F.w'a tho nations, trampling ..womanhood their Ceres nnd rouses more music greatest festivity! Tuno.your vulee during the wrangling Intervals be McKlnlcy. ha posed for years a n l.li(l liisiyirr I I "WP" was n lliitisl of all llieaa ' Into tho dust, enacting tho horrors of in tho hearts of tho world than ior tho world's grentest anthem. Lift tivceu renditions. Mr. McKlnlcy can- the friend of lulKir. It Is due lllm to 7 A. N. K.- -lt ariiiiitiiina ami I fis'l nor- "The goda of tho the nrches for tho world's mlgli' est not even harmonize xvlth himself. In sav that nt tho opening of his stale j.p . itCAnaua, Infanticide, kindling funeral pyres for their Apollo. rj. ux.iiy wen wnr w iiiti.su to AovriiTianis n.r.Aaaj bhrieklng virtlms, und rolling Jugger- heathen ore nothing but dumb Idols, procession. one part of his Akron performance ho campaign nt Akron he did give some I,et the advancing standArkansas and Texas nauts across tho minglod bodies of but our Lord niiulo tho heavens." In ard of tho army of years, which h In- slug cheap, and in another he Kings substantial evidencu of his friendship worsh-iKirimarble pure ns snow ealebruto lllm, scribed on one side of It ' IIMM," nn on dear. Alone lime he proclaims that for lulKir, but it was thut cluss of lulior supCOTTON BELT ROUTE, their that any one i Hut' no one to who enmo to make- us ".whiter than tho other nldo 1!K)I," have, tils n protection produces cheapness, nnd nt which is noiv denominated "scab' poses ha converted rress. thrlst by hearing onfucianlsin or snow." t the chisel as well us the scribed on It the most charming , n another that free trade will produce Detroit August 22, September 12, October 10, 1SS3. 'EXvjs BOOU fur return null! Nil Ttfktl. William McKlnley who now frmUI 01 ul lluddhisin or anj f. unof heathenism pencil and pen bo put down at the feet of nil the universe tho name of .! n cheapness; In one place that cheapness 1 or fall ra.llf ultrs if .iMm. In another that it is bad, the proclaims thut the recent pmilo xviu, Jesus. Is good, H.1,0 MlTTHlwt II, 1a., I 11 II Bir-oT i ulogtecd That ! to be done f tcr of -1 W. l?llallNlifif T.ii, Yea, let painting do Its best Tho w ard. And how can it o well be done It is thought that the 12,i .tl nf. sound of tho latter proclamation pre- due to apprehension of tariff reform is Y, II IDin T ! A, Tate II Jntit, n p. M.inntit, T.nn And mi of the thu same William McKlnley who last aucn u and l.truscans were further ndv.iu c' dominating, however. ns by celebration l many weeks loreign gaiicneB win loan mr B.IV Ulltlt,U r T K.iiintnif in. LouU Ho. H of the birth and character and achieve-- 1 jubilee their .Mndonnns, their Angelos, In the urt of dentistry than nny otlici other members of the high tarilT aggre- summer criticised President CloviJund ratu run rtrtawm c, ,.. vr HAY-FEVE- R incuts of tho won.ir..,,. nnd tinnro-- , ' their Ilubons, their Itaphaols, their pooplo in that e.irlj period, for tin tli gation of vocalists. for not calllngcongress together to re& COLD IN HEADi "Christ at the Jordan," or "Christ nt filled with gold have been found in (he In the midst o( all this discord who move the cause of the panlfl by repealccitentcil t lirist? I mi ch an cxnsl -- CRUAll BALM Glennaoa the Nasal Faasaa-a-. t mouths of mummies, Indlentmir th Ir will arise and move nlwut like Mr. ing the Sherman lit v. Louisville tlon the kings and iitiecns of the earth , tho Last hupper," or "Christ Coming Vy AttnvR fain and Inflammation. ITealn the Boras, ittsv. Judgment," or "Christ on tho Throno advanced Ideas I hese peoplo were tl e (lorninu In the senate and softly sound would not send their representatives torea Taatn and Smell. Tho BALM la nnclled Into tho Nos they would como themselves. The of Universal Dominion," nnd our own first to supply artificial Mtbstitnt s in tho dulcet nolo of compromise? It may The people knew what they wpre tril a. Ti milektv atianrhed. Ta m iMatilo tn Uae. Dives reltaf At OB Ml, story of uhavlours advent could not M oralis will put their pencils Into the thu mouth bo hard to find a basis of coniproinlsa doing when they voted down the pro'At Urujiliu or by wall. KLV IIUUTIIUUS, 011 U'arrcn Bt., New York tho McKlnlcy who says that le told without tvl ug the story of his nineteen hundredth anniversary, and Tho Itoyiil Lyceum theater. Strand, between makes things dear and that tective tariff and the republican purty high turllT mission. All the world would say, our Illcrstadts from sketching "The London, was built In ls:;t. so with it They wanted n revenue tariff, nil en Is good, and tho alter ego Domes of the Yosemlto" will como to "Why thisudo, thu universal demon-stratuand that's what they will get in spite VXJV23 TIIIO former iicidein or exhibit tip dearness ' What a v vld presentation xvho says that high tnrllT makes of the calamity croakers of the repub INOTHING LIKE IT. present the domes of tho world con- from a which room, whs converted Into n thlmN chep und that cheapness Is It would lie, when, at such a convoca quered for Lmtiiniiuel. lican party, who are only too willing to theater In 17'JO und burnt in XbZO. Added to tilt this I would have a floral good. Hut It Is quite us easy us it Is to shift the responsibility of hard times tion, the physicians of the world should equaled. on the L'Art De LaModo. ' tell what l hrlst hail done for hospitals decoration and n scale nevercould not The Hebrew Tnluiud says that find a basis of compromise between gold and unemployed worklugiiicn to that open gardens und the eiiemlesofthuohl r oloiii ii ri.t us. and tho assuagement of human pain, 'J'ho fields when Adam was created ho wa r. defenders In the senate, und there yet evanescent factor called "huk of contu tii i irur rti.it its nn nnd when Christian lawvera declare furnish It, for It will be wintor, ami giant, his head touching into tho he it statidard a republican (lurtnuu xvlth fidence." St. mils Republic C7"C,rJrr It ' Inr 4t!WM TJ what Christ had done for the establish' that season appropriately chosen, for it ens und his countenance outshining tlw tuny 4 II The expenditures for pensions miih Let t,w . I - was into the frosts and desolations of 11 J MHIIS1. I'ulll.k.r. his tuning fork to strike the uotu of a last month went smaller than during ment of good laws, ami Christian conJl I o.l IKII1SI...SH. I'ulk. Impossible compromise. Christ Immigrated when Mill seemingly ijuernrs KiiuuM tell what Christ had winter that August of lust year, although thut' If human duellings were construct Chicago Herald. dona in the conqm si of nations, and He came into tho world. Hut while tho still reach tho enormous sum of fit, the conservatories cd on tho s.tiuu proportionate scale Christian rulers of ii e earth should tell fields will bo bare Hut in August, snu.K.S for thu muntli. All thut thoso who are attemptanthill of Africa, prlvuto residence, within two huudrod thnst had Mr.i. J. Itntvrll, Mrilfonl. Man., ai ier what of earthly dotie In the govern and would gladly keep tho Colosseum would be n inlte high. ing to make political capital nut of tho lb;, the total was 110,478,047. Tho THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE miles ment mother hit Lyllicuniijf dominion have to complain of is Washington correspondent of a republour twillcs cf f&jtST&k " bavluc lij The navigable river mileage of Lu pension matterlaid down by the repub- lican organ contrasts this showing xvlth Thirty days of such, ealebratlon radiant nnd uromatta duriug all tho mucb ether tro .Vjrsjlss? aiinent.nii'l lrlne thut the rules THE COOK HAD NOT USED w ould do more to tell OM tsa Inwidiidi'ioa rope, Asia and America Is 144,733 miles reduM.I loi'il I the Korld who convocations. "Inst yeur and during tho were enforced un- tju fuct-thct btaliii.at It rat thought abc cuulj not lire. Added to all, let there be banquets, Tho United States havo the greatest lican administrationwhich they Christ Is than any thirty year. Not a worked Harrison administration tho pension til the hardships laud on earth but would hear of U and not like the drunken bout at the Met- river mileage, 47, 115.1. What tho payments Increased over C,UOO,000 a could be legally remedied INHERITED SCROFULA. discuis It Not an eye so dimmed by ropolitan opera house, Now York, celeHy tho Jewish laws a man oould b old soldiers complain of was a legacy tn.tntV, ns tlwilltrlt It tvi.r.l fL rHIirn.ieh fure'l my llttla gagaT H'.n fnlj, uhlcli boy of liftntlirr the superstition of ajea but would see brating the centennial of Washington's put to death for blasphemy, Sabbuth from rcpuhllc'iii misrule, just as are the to the present administration that it j KKWCij (iu an rami all in er tho illumination, 'I ho difference of Inauguration, where the rivers of wine bi caking, idolatry or 07 lact icr a jiarl l:a. riicn dlkobedleuce to 'hard times. Six months Is not a sutll-- I Is not keeping up this reckless gult of j Christ's religion frora all others Is that drowned tho sobriety of so many sen parents. up all bet of hit iciuurt. nLcn Hull; I uit dent time within which to reform the extravagance. Hut the lime has gone Us ono way of dlstcmlnatlon MumiI to uso CW7,YTJH A few bottles Is by a ators and governors ami generals, but ' gov On June I, lSUi), there wero b3,3U3 Rvllsbiitlt upiinder inoretluin n quarter by when It was unpopular for the GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. cureii Mm, aail 1S'Jsff) bo imi. tout or simple "telling," not argument, not a buiquct for the poor, tha feeding of eminent to try to suvo lunacy. N. Y of a centify of republican niUrule. thsUltcaie reuuhi, im. T I M fusiit, skillful exegesis, polemics or tirosclcnco' scores, f thousands of people of tho prlhoncisln tlu United Stntcs, ofiarjioni Mathrnuie, Kin. Tost Detroit I Kel'iess. KITCHEN. SAPOLIO SHOULD in of theological Usticulls, tut""lelllug."l soihl lu which the majority of Inliab- 7,Ub0 wero charged with uiurdr. QeafcM flloel tn I Shis l)i,- - tnlll.,1 h.t tirap Firnrslon. to tn.STeit. In excentionnllr favorable ,.rr.,,......j and most iirouiirtlte vlsiunirine the west and northwest win l rate linrvest by .Corded...... tte srrlia of low arratlCCil by ?r:..... hih hatrn bn'n Western Iwie Tickets M.1, the .forth Aueuiit eicuraions will be soul on10th, IW to points 12th and In Northwestern lows. iVestern Minnesota, Dakota, South Dakota, Msnltona, Kcrth Nebraska, Colorado, W routine arid Utah, and will be Rood for return paasaK within r date of tnentr claya from allow ed sale.koIdk irlp lu on prlrllrRra will be to which His tickets are mid Kir territory further Information call tin r aildress Ticket Arentaof connecting lines Oircu-laelvlna-- rates and detailed Infrrmatlon will be nulled free, utxin pplicatlon to V Thrall, General Passenirer and Ticket A. Arent, Chicago & .North Western Hallway, Bep-teml- TWENTIETH CENTURY. " Hlop-mr- j i'hll.i-delphl- a . Ken-rr- "Tell ye tlie daughter of 7.lon, Heboid, thy King cometh." "lloquloUly nnd toll His dhclplos that Mo !m risen from tho tlcnil," "lio homo to thy friends ultil tell them how grout tilings the l.onl hnth done for tliec " "When lie is come. Ho will toll us nil Anil things. " A rclliflonof In xxlmt way couhl nil nations so well bo told that Christ lind conioas hyMU'h an International oinphaslr.lnj of Ills nativity? All lmlln would cry out about Mich nn nlTalr, for xou know tlioy have rtiilroads and telegraphs. "What Is coing' on in America'.'" All U hat is that China would cry out great eicitdiiient in America?" All tho Islands of the ea would coino down to tho gang planks of tho arriving ships and ask: " hat is that they nro celebrating In America'" It would le the mightiest missionary movement the world has ever seen. It would lv the turning point In tho world's destiny It would waken the slumbering na tions w Ith ono touch. 1 ar j RoYal prc-essioe j j&msm Baking Powder '' expo-i-tlo- ABSOLUTELY PURE ' new-one- panic-stricke- n y P"l"" . 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