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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1894 hic1894083101_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 1894 $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. r THE HICKMAN COURIER. iMl'illahctl I'very J , - '. V, .W-- - rtfmy Mvst?1" r )W I t gf , "Ju. LA !ii jr if . 1? X v. I'rlliy by GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Kentucky, Me Jseksoa Btrsrl asit door to Oil t t list 0EOnOB,WAnREN, Kdllnr. HE HICKMAN COURI p THE OLDEST NEWSF AEKU IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. iFINE JOB HUNTING kxtccuticd WITH KEATKESS AHD DISPATCH. JAaa.WEABN, i Assistant Bdltor. l'rloo of Biibflcrlptlou, $1.00 TouiiTncx stato conventions hurt passed resolutions favoring tlio eloo-lio- n of United States senators by tht pcoplo. ESTABLISH 3D 1859. AKTERTIIEK'IU LKE. allvcsof HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY KY.. FRIDAY". AUGUST messenger boy for such ptoplei ""I thnt I did not think tho general should receive such n communb cntlon. I thought It a grent piece ol cheek on the part of the A. It. I'.jjptMf plo nfter t) ey wcro whlpjKMl to dictate tlio terms of their surrender," "JIad thu troops been rcinoved,'SKrd the chalruian. "No sir." 9i "Then why did you consider thtfMat-tc- r settled?" "Wu needed protection for mirAW -men." Mr. ( I'jkui Wing lino tlf.nl 1' n.lintttnrl tltnl llir. OtninQ- nlcntlon was returned simply because It was signed by ofllcers of the A. Judge Worthlngton asked: "Dltlyou think ll derogatory to the honor of mayor to bring a respectful, peact lul overture ltMiklng to a settlement, t a strlko that wns costing the city hon deeds of thousands of dollars?" "1 did ut that time." "Did )onr association mnkeany,(f-fo- rt U settlo this strike other IhWSy pan-ngcrs 31, 181) SCHliME. IXX1X. NO. 43. .SALE DILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC. CALL AND 8KIC US. rJKTY-TIURI) tnbor London- - nnd. Hal: way Mnn- ritfora Toll 1Iot It vVaa. Maimiauk Is growing populnr again In England. The register for the first nunrter of !), exceeds the first cpiartor rrrtlilrnU inniwrs ml ll,h, (,p Their of auy j car since lasi. tlrwaim NtrlkraHnil ('imUorr ,r- Haltjmoiik In Dip fourth maritime; city In the country, being exceeded hy NevrYorki lloston mid New Orleans, and nearly 3,(100 foreign vessels arrive and depart every y cur. The export exceed A 50,(11)0,01X1 n y Miration A Itorb ,,rj w.l (inlrl.il TMlk. Urnt Irurtloti r l'rn.tlr ;r f ' ' ' u,. enr. itf m.oon Isi rapid vehicle when It travels In the. right direction. Opo will up at Hcrlln recently by Arthur lie tore row lo tho height o( 23,0uQ feet, traveled at the rate of sixly-tivlulled nn hour about twenty hours, and thcu came down unharmed. i mt; iasata! "jajSjMirt wen oflicrrs J -- l TlIK Aiucrirnn (Hue Co. lion been In corporate)! nn)Ier the laws of the stato Of New Jersey, with a cnnltal of 8700.- . , s . . ... hav PrBcrre) sock ana JMOO.oooeonv f.. J. ti. 1I.U of Ixindon, linn an'lnventlon which, he claims, will ro uble miners to live fro in on to thron hour In "after daunt." Tim luventlou consists of a steel case holding com pressed oxygen and n respirator, tha whole lielng no larger than a safety V .'. lump. iiA-tr, j ! Till: Turkish government hasordcml the B)iueductii of Ndoinon In Jerusalem to ! put into repair. They will tiring littler Itlln III. ..Ill fraini Ilia ..lltilttllt of Armul A tunnel 4,(kk) yards long vv 111 Ihj built at a cost of f(00,(ioii. 'J ha aqueduct wn till In working order lu tue'tlmo of Christ A math from a remarkable causa isicurrcd in Walker county, Ca recently A lady who nut riding t church reached out her hand to pluck alvtlg from a IiukIi by the roadalde and wan bitten on the finger by a katydid. Her haud and arm mkiii Ik-to Inflame, and In a fen hottr oho Hu ' dle)l In A great ajrony. lod-ikeakin- I.)ihio Imentorclalma thollvcoT-er- y of a telephone through which the wordnof theilNtant upeaker can le distinctly heanl In the rrxm where the telephone l located N. call bell l used. The Mmple call "hello"' U all that It required In attract attention to thu raining menage or remark an)-whe- re I'lior. Srrxrru ban read a paer tho Ibal Moiety of Ixmdon on (he age of Niagara fall. After the whole gmloglcal and olh-;- r antecetleiiU of the lake country ho irrlrr at the conclu.ton that the) earn of the falli ytj J 1,000, o which rauM Imi added another tlunuand year aa the ge of th rlrer Wfore the nativity of the great cataract. le-fo- re con-lderl- Tun "ycllowr Jacket, about which o iiiuuh ha been heard of late, 1 rather a reU than a Jacket. It U made of rll. jellow satin, haa no lerrr, flu thn w rarer clotely, and rrachea to tho thlgha. It faMcnrd on the able with ttuall buttona and ban embroidered on the Iiimiiii the royal dragon of China. 1 hern are but half a dozen men In the empire who arc entitled to wear it 1 off 'and ago. In 1TVX. Trerloua to that data Vetera! "jnttern piece" had been made, but they were oxperimenU only and were never put In circulation Tho o culled "Wanhlngton eenta," whlrh Tiir tlrst American cent wat "utrttek put in circulation 101 ) ears medaln. 1A. exltted pretioua to the date above given, ware not UiueJ by the govbrn-roen- t, and war, therefore, .only library will aoon enriched by the addition to lu Selves of the collection of mmlo and murleal literature made by Allen A. llrorrn It la wild to be one of the tlneU of ita kind 'n the United Mutes and contains, Wnjdet scores of r.ern, oratorio,, mauea, aymphonleA and other vocal and inntrumrntal compoi-tlom- , man) volume of the literature of miulc Altogether thsre are about 3,0i X) titles In the catalogue. 1 Tir i.i- - 'umj. IloUin public u At a late meeting of the Royal an appliance called a thermogen was exhibited It was n iullted cuah Ion, with jlno wires arranged Inside by which It could be heated to any desired temperature by electricity. It seems to have been used w ith success In tho tiotplUls, where it makes It possible to keep up tho temperature of patients during prolonged oeratlons with hemorrhage without such fliimhnraainu ns. blankets ond vessels of hot w ater. Tiiosk suburbanites who revel In tho cultivation of U'autlfol lawns will Ixi interested In tho nunounccmont that the department of agriculture hns np- ntoUtcd J, Iimbert N'rlbncr, an cxert their Mtabtn(iW to atari a grass garden in tailoring firm to of demon- awarded,'u!3'aAirklnds ot grass arc best Uw(ril))ted to the various soils of tho Agriculturists engaged In country. bay culture will also watch 1'rof. .Scrlbner's work with interest. Ills the purpose of tho department to Issuo free bulletins describing tho results of tho experiments. , ," jr band's pistol cartridges out of tho drawer nnd began tho drMng process ,wltli r. hammer. Now tho good lady didn't understand tho philosophy of 'the cartridge, And never drenmed that It would cxplodo from tho concussion of h hammer setting no powder nlxmt the thing lint this cartridge exploded and the llesh of tho thumb and finger with which she hold It was considerably torn And that old pot still leaks ns It did before. terrapins nrv becomDiamond-racing extinct. Thero is not n third as many Urraplns to bo had this year as last year. Flfleon yeara ago a terrapin hunter could outch fifty or sixty a day; now he U kattsfled If ho secures three or four. Then one could buy choice torraplns for fifty cents apiece. Now terrapins from seven to eight inches In length bring from S7S to 8100 a dozen; thoso from six to sovon Inches At tho present Will bring SIO a doncn. time there aro about 13,000 terrapins In u slngl" pond, .at CrlsUeld, and tin v s of all probably comprlso k throo-fourth- woman In Carrollton, Ky., thought n that kha would stop a leak In the of an Iron pot by driving n piccu of lend into It. So sho gotone of her husA liot-tor- was the main difliculty He returned to work at Pullman after the strika and was obliged to sign nn ngieemeut to hare nothing further to do witli the Deln thru told of the srrral fail- American Itnlhtny union in onler to ures of the A. 1L IT. to scciln arbltra. get his position buck John l'ltrgcrald, assistant fire martlou from thn I'ullman coinnny und the snbvnont InnuguraUou of the shal of C'IiIcul'o. read u long list of cars, towers and other railroad projtcrty strike "Not only did the einplows of the burned, showing gnat los to the railvarious railroads strike Ucau of the roads. Thu oldest k rson boocrsaw Injustice, lelng done to the I'ullmnn setting (Ire to cars wits 10 years of ago emjilo) rs, but lct'aucthe arlotironifs All the rest were mem lioys. had grievance of their own nhleti 1 ClUCAtio, Aug Manager iim;iI shall prouod III time to show M. John, of the Chicago, Kock Island our Influence to prevent slrlkr dnring Pacific road, appeared ns n voluntary lhi Aorbl's fair, ns we did nol liellec w Itness lsforo the national lalnir comIt just to the public to Insiiirurate a mission jesterday. Mr. St John testistrlUi Htsuch a tliiK'. It w ull llmt fied that tho Uoulc Island rood had could done by the lendars of the employes. Ho then read u scries of uutous to piutelit u striki- b'tefs cohering the strike on tho lluck ' In lew of the mcnworUlni? throughIsland road iroui day to day. out the fair the ntllwaydnanagers on "Our first trouble," said Mr. St John, promlM-an tncrense "occurred June ".'O. At this time a man) of the roads of wngesafter tho fairwasotcr In- meeting of a few lloek Island employes stead of doing this they Ivgan Immetll-atel- y and many outsiders was held on lllun after the fair e.oiHt in Wgln a Island incline. A motion was hismm! w ages' hrough-ou- t to strike, all wirtlelpat!ng tn It, whethsystematic er rnilnsid empb)es or not 'Ibis the country. Nn two omiuiiij. wages at the same "thins. This meeting was addressed by Dels, How-nund others, und it was the beginto mo, was a very significant mtion. It shows me thut there wn n concert of ning of the strike on our road. No action among thu various dm Is, nnd ofllclal notice was ever given to any that they did not wish to armiso tho ofllcerot the Hock Island road that tha nntnRonUui of tio many of the mllroad emplo)es Intended to strike, and no notice was ever given tho road to disrmploresnt the wiik tluwi, , s ' President DoIm sohl inorwsr nortill- - continue hauling I'ullmun cars.' Mnnnger St John then read a list of rotid rttluced tho wages otjul its men at the stiiiie time, but reduced Iheui by men, giving their employment, who tin declartil tlto A l! U, were at the Itluc Island meeting vlewetl tliee retluot Ions with the greatreferred to, and who toted for a est apprehension. Tlie organization strike though unemployed on liny rosd. felt that the time hud come to act He Among these men were tnllors, plumbcontinued "When tho A. It. I', jnet lu ers, bartender. Hiid others. s of lhc men wcro "Full) convention In Chicago on Juno SI, It was confronted by these conditions as not emplojes of railroads," said Manawell as thestntoof nITuIrs at Pullman." ger ,St John, and he cited the mimes of, "Was this convention called to con- set ernl persons present b) w horn ho sider the rnltictlon of wages or the claimed ho ctiuld pnive his assertion, I'olluiaii unttur7" asked ( omuussioner lie then detailed the incidents of the strike, telling how set ernl trnlnsvere Wright. '"raff convention was called for no stop'd, how engines were rejieatedly It, was the regular cut off and sw itehes throw n by men alspecific piiri0M quitdrk'pnlai convention, provided for leged to lm strikers, und h ",eu "f1" ny the eonstuntion. wished to work were Intlmidnted and "1 would like to state,' said Mr. Debs, fortxtl to stop work whether they "that the rrtllnmd ctimiKiuIes have w ished to r not The witness declared never rnb-ewitges of their own ao- - that the loial authorities at Illuc Island conl I. very Incrciise In wages has been went In S) mpnthy w 1th the strikers nnd t wrung fnmi them by organized lalxir," Interfered with the of tho ltock 'I had no voice in ordering thlsstrlke Island nstd tn s.'tenil occasions. lie myself," said the witness, 'but If I had said the police of Itluc Island on several hnd a voice In It, I would have ordered occasions arrested ofllcen of the road It. I have no desire to shirk any iv and once, tried toorrest Marshal Arnold sponslblllly. himself. Ho charged (Jen. Miles with Wing In "Deputy I'nltcd Mates marshals," league "n Ith the railroad nuinagert to continued Mr st John, "ns n rule rensuppress the strike, and related In- dered gtHsl scr Ico nt llluo Island, but of stances where, ns ho alleged, men were It was discovered that twenty-sevemade to work at the lnl of tho bayo- tho marshals were striking switchmen net Mr Debs denied that tho A, It-- U. sworn In bi the onler of the president had it n) antipathy for the old orgunl-ration- of tho A. It l Manager M John gate dotes, names I'resldcnt Debs occupied the stand nnd minute details of vnrlous alleged n Interferences with trains by strikers. four nearly for hours. Ilendvix-atcHe tint aboli- The instances were numerous scored the Chicago police forco and detion of tho wngu sstem and the ownership of nm roads. T. II, clared they often stood idly by and perMorrissej Hrst vlco grand ntastcr of mitted otert nets. He cited llns by tho the Order of llullvui Inilnmrn, and score und declared thnt in some case Croud Chief I lark, of the Onler of Hull-w- those who tried to put thcin out wero shot nt New men wcro waylaid on tb Conductors, also testified. ClllCAOO, Aug. SA ('IIIcIiiIh of tho streets and lieatennnd tho road on July 8 deemed it Inexpedient to send out American Itallwuy union mid locnl leaders arc much phased with tho new emplo)cs, fearing they would be methods of tho nations strike commis- killed. Ity July IS tho trouble began sion so fur. Scxcrol of them huve ex- to abate and by July 10 every thing was pressed themselves as antistlcd that quiet. "Tho total number of men who Itoth sides of tho question will receive actually stiuck wnsS.'S, the rest being Intimidated." suld Mr. .St John. "Tho o fair and impartial heurjjnv Tho first witness put Hpinthe stand total number reinstated wns "4. About yesterday was Michael J, Carroll, edi- 5,000 men wcro out altogether. All against lit raid. Mr men hato lven tor of tho Hlghl-Hou- r Carroll liellotcd government ownership whom thero wore no charges." Cnicu.o, Aug S.V Cenernl Mnnnger of railroads tho true solution of tho lalMir problem, lie died tin situntloii M. John resumed thestundnt the openIn Australia where tho g wrnmrnt ing nf )estcrdn)'s session of tho naQuestioned owns tho telegraph lines us proof thut tional labor commission. ns to tlio existence of n blacklist, Mr. his Idens are practicable. Kov. M. II. Wlckiiuin, tlif Swedish st. John snld the Cenernl Managers' minister nt I'ullmun, told of tin' reduc- association had never kept n record of tion of his ixtrishlnncrs' ttu:es. He the men who took part In the Into said tho Swedish laborers a I'ullman strike. Thnt wns n matter for each road. Tho witness then rend wcro made .to pay nioro rn" at I'ullman than nt Itoselond or otlirr places n certified report miidu by tho Hock In tb(t nelghborhotHl. Island road m detectives. 1 he assertion tliairmnn Is made tn this report that Vice Presi"Why, then," uslced openly Wright, "do tho nion not live in Hose-lan- d dent Howard, of tho A. II. U-e- H V tf t' , t,,fc the stand at tho beginning of jeitrrdny morning's session of the natlojal Inbor Ilu suld, in aiiMvcr to a question, that ho was 8S ) c'uni old nnd lu addition Wiping at the liervl of the A. it. U. was editor of tha liOCtimoMvo rireincn's Magazine He ttxtllled that from the liegluulng ho as opposetl to strike and so told Wert President Howard, lie then continued. I twice wrnl lo (leorge M. TuIIiiimH and to tho town of Pullman to thoroughly lincsllgalo the o ndltlons existing at thn ear shops. 1 found the employes were not only not tutting ll TCM JtlStL'te tlallr. SlSlt ' r it ' ' ' x. nunirr now NT .1 tniiiioiAii rominiiir iii fenslvo the roiidltloiis were tht re, the men were obliged to submit lo them. When I found mil nil these things I detei mined Unit the It U. shonbt go to thu assistance of thesn 'o Udicted thatauy eople fair iunt of arbitration would hare decided In favor of the eisplmvit, and all we asked was arbitration I his tha Pullman company urhltiarilr refused "Very much has Wen salt! nUmt an s alleged cniriptracy against tint nnd ngnlnst hauling the mall. I want to enll the attention of Mil commission i.. the fact that evt r, meeting of the A It. l was held tli open doors and that reprt'st'iitutue of the Ik prrv, nL If (trcMtwure ulloweil to there liad been any consjiuTie wo tvrtninly 'would hau more secret about it Mr. CiitCAcio, Aug. Delm, the A. It. 'Jl.IWjcnt Jllv. A. tho Aincricnn liallwny union nnd of organized Inlstr In general hnd been henrd and that tho railroad side of the question would now bo taken up, thu day was about equally divided between lsith sides. Ileal estate agents testified that property In I'ullman rents ns cheap as that In the vicinity. Hie dllTerenco In accommodation lielng takeu into account Mora testimony ns given by reporters, The first witness was 1'rank W. T. Clover, a Chicago real cstatit ngent Mr. Clover deals In pnerty nt Kensington, the suburb ndjotnlng the town ot I'ullmnu. He snl I (loin nn outside inspection of thu I'ullman houses ho hail never bren Jn&'dc of them they were much more Inviting than the ones rented by him at Kensington for Si: a month. He said thero was po sewerage at Kensington nnd no repairing then-- , as there Is at I'lillmnn. He declared rents hnd not been reduced at Kensington "If I ni a poor man," said Mr. Clover, "and hail n family, I should prefer very much to live In Pullman than In Kensington." ..... i ? .. ,t. I'Mlltnim ,.,.nanv.,,Uiw thefernfflttctrtlutl hV thoTiSht'hTffrcs. Mr nee of nine rooms In rullmauwas cheapatKUn luontlu He would not Jive In Kensington under any eircuin-stnncc- a on account of tho offensive sew era He thought if some of the Pullman emoloyes hnd let whisky and lieerulonu they would not hne hnd nearly so much distress. William If. McKny. n reporter for Hit. Chicago Mall, testified that he had been POLICEMEN Work Havc a Bloody Fight ssiDfixrsLii'rrKiu C0N0UESSL Srrnnd Sml(in. e aa -- Witrf Robber Near Chicago. Tnn of lie OOlrers Sfcot, ami In lh Cwi f vilon tlif Dupfrwrtoe. Mak Thrlr " rp In the Wood. A llslttrsy Vtatelinian Attn Sliot. Ciiu'aoo. Aug. 27, The train robberi whp killed I toad Detective Owens, ol the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway during an attempted hold-nat Deerfletd were reported Satunlny at having taken refuge in a grove on tin IMsplalBe river, The posse In pursuit qulckly.surroundwl the grove. Preparations wero made for a bloody encoun ter with the robbers. A special train bearing a large nutn berof policemen and detectives war sent out at 0:30 to Desplaines. Th ofllcers were armed with Winchesters, p jr cross-exainlne-tl 'i l- i'i ti..... A&Mlita 4mlliirrTKr6mctrn!Sl WH&WWVr"?i. .ssu,iit. ill? Jtt."Vt!l!35?' Vt o?4vnVrpnr been sliot three bnndlts. eU.,,t thr A. H. I ofllcers. The story went that the pursued men "Wns It not a matter of general con wagon had been In the curronco among the geiwral managers closely stolen farmer's pressed by a patrol wagon-loathut'the strike shoul bo crushed qut of police betweep Jefferson and Nor rather than setttnt aceably7" wood park: on thv .Maywoort roati. VI couldn't ay ns to that" Leaping from the wagon, thn three Mr. Kgnn did not know of his own refuge under n. bridge, and men personal knowledge whether striken! when took ofllcers dashed up ond began the took part lu the riots or not. In bis to pile out of the patrol WBHonthe rcjxirU ho had always tlcs'xnuUd thcni pursued men turned looe their revolv us "strikers or the!.- - sympathizers." two of the ofllcers. In the x a .alr? of wngc7 ers and shot "Hovi would you which resulted after the first "I would hnvo tint emnloves of cneh confusion men escaped to the woods, lix fire the railnt.ul meet with tho ofllcers and where they were oon surrounded by I think thor" n schedule of wages. police. would Ik1 no troubl- - lu doing this " Mesteugerti wera tllspntcliett to Jei- Mr Kg.in thought Iho cause of strike i ferson for physicians, and brought was tint agitation of lalKir leaders news of the shooting to that vilrather thnn uny l grievances. He the sdmltted that In some cases the mtn lage. Another report wa that the train- had grievance. robbers, after leaving Deerneld on "It Is charged," said Mr. heraan. the Chicago, Milwaukee and .St. Paul "that you have used money to employ road, cut ncross the country to May- men to burn cars." Considering thn source from which fair. The depot at Mayfairds on Holcomb that statement came.lt is the vilest was a Sitting at tne kind of a He. I consider It on a parity avenue. and Northwestern tlepot railroad poChicago w ith other statements made by Debs, liceman, who had been apprised of the How nnl and others. He wa,s deed of violence nt Deerfleld. Isaiah Campbell, a contractor and on the lookout for any suspicions char Kensington, thought iiovmI by d ,7. Mr Kgan cmtbl notsav. and carried orders to shoot on sight . - J Trainmen who passed through Desmorning declared Jlr.tBOfljh' t t!atnes,Seturdn.T ln?i,rtt,.fl I,t.! 4i.AMr,pM lit tluii.vtli b'y present at many labor meetings and hud never henrd the lenders counsel violence. Axel l.unggruen, a I'ullman said he bud lccn treated fuirly by the I'ullman company Kmplnyes he said, were not itlTortled nu opivir-tuult- y rail-nmil- to tell their grletaiites that t 13,-5- 1 tr nl two-third- tiflii-erf- n s. la-l- or Ueinlty?' "They aro commanded lollw in l'ull-maon pain of dismissal, l'.v-- where men own homes outsldu of I'lillmnn, If work becomes slnck thesi i nro thoilrstlfildolT." Mr. Wlckmaii told of thoiHf an employe who was Injured Jn (he I'ullman hIioim and obliged to stin nt tho hospital for nlno weeks. During that time tho company charged him rent for hla house In Pullmun, rofustd to iay him any damages nnd cut down his wages when ho returned from the hospital, because his Injury prevented him doing as much work aa formcrH Herman 1", Diittnu gnvo his trrva-tlon- a as reporter for two monunR thc&o plroftliJcft.Ofl.fiMiaW counseled violence nt a mass meeting tif rallrtmd employes lit lllutt Island. In one place tho report rends; "Howard said ho ould like to sea I'ullmun hanged) that howus the worst enemy the tailoring man ever hud. Hn also refened to him In obscene language." In another place tho report declares Hownrd counseled his followers If they went opposed to "use. tho round end of a coupling plu." "mesa inings nro suiiiciciii, sain Mr. St. John, "to show that the strik ers counseled violence. It Is with great regret that 1 rend this report, but It had to be dono in order to give cur hide a fair show." John M. Kgnn, who was strike man ager for tho Oeneral Managers' associaHe had seen but few railroad mi n en- tion, took tho stuud and corroborated statemui)U. In explaMr. M. John gaged In rioting. n CnicAifo, Aug. S.I. Altjioiigii i nation of tho otcrturcH from the A. R. IT. coming tlirougMho mnyor not 1h Wright nnmmiiced nt tin of jestcrday'h session of tin l""or Ing received, ho wild; "I told tho may eouunlsslon that most of tho reinvent- - or that I did not think he ought to be imtr-ma- t., builder living at there would hare been no strike but acters. watcher snw the men approach The for the organization of tho A. H I tin to intercept Chicago, Aug. 27. President Debs ing and started roWiers brought them. their here the of thn A It V., was recalled at the be- Just Into piny, ana ocgan tiring ai tne ginning of Sntunlay'js session of tlit guns He dropped to the ground shot He pro- ofllcer. national lnlwir commission In the arm and side, and his wounds ducts! n letter substantiating his state- may prove fatal. ment that the now famous expression, TtUTK too AIir,r VOlS U1X Ul "Save youi money nnd buy a gun," was bandits hastened out U1UUUJ HolcomJ) avenue, 'not his but that of his stenographer L. to Lawrence avenue. On tho way they P. llcnedlct, nnd was by tho latter used met a farmer inn wagon on the way only In a spirit of badinage. The let- to the city. It was but a moment's expression was a work to throw him out and take poster declares tluvt tho common one In tin ofllcc at lluttc, session of his vehicle With horses to Mont, from which Mr. Denedlctcame. draw them the thieves made better Mr, Debs was then asked the question; time, nnd were soon on their way "Ik) you WHeve It Justifiable to tie up through Lawrence avenue to Milwauthe commerce or the country In ordei kee avenue. to obtain redress for a comparatively Ily this time that part of the country small Itody of men?" to which be re- - wns in a turmoil, lioys and men on sro.ill pneti: "11.81 uepencs. ror Bnd horses hastily saddled wore grievance I do not think It would bcl'In ttii rhnu ftftcr .v,. deflnvrsdoes. justifiable: for one affecting alavge nuinW of mciffjUhluk IPwoiild hrv ntbber In the wagon, whilo behind "Do you think a railroad company them at a respectable dlstanco .clat would lo Justifiable Intylng up com tered the horses of the pursurcrs. He mcrce. In onler to resist a demand made nm(j thevj patrol in cnmo onthcroatir' t full speed, In which were four po- en, mni is me way mc renew Ucemen, "tt managers do the thing. The pursued men kept on out May i.uiiiiiii'xhiiicr ,.,... i..u ..-- . -- .. n.ni road, when they took to urcnarti which suggesti Place woods on the Desplaines river, Debs a communication that lnbor nnd capital each bo required viuth of the Higglus road. to tlio a bond, to be forfeited In case oi a refusal to submit nny question to arSTARTLING DISCLOSURES bitration. The witness did not like Mmli hj Mrs. Mtddleton, of Ilobo, Inil He said ho was opposed tt the plan. Atxlnrtril, Cliloroformrd ami Spirited anything like compulsory arbitration .wr, President Debs said ho hnd no persona) Dicatub, Ind., Aug. S7. Mrs. Ell knowledge of a black list He ther Middleton, of Ilobo, Ind., who left tlcvolctl ins ni enuon to oenying state- )home at npht ,n dalcata helUh) about uiuum uinuu J .......... ,......Hv. w , h.. ralnrn.H John, first denying that there wert Her husband, who Is blind, with the only 500 members of tho A. IL U. on thr tid of neighbors, kept up a constant Hock Island system. icsrch until sho oarac back. "Wo haA a larger membership than She says that four men took her an id. that," he home by force, and, plaolng president of the swayinfrom carriage, took her to Ohio Samuel Cotupers, a her Aiaerlcun Federation of Labor, next somewhere, and locked her In a cellar. took the stand He said the member Thev then chloroformed her. She wns ship was MO.O00. Mr. Compers told in confined In the cellar but never saw detail alKiut the meeting at the Jirlggt the child They then took her, so she house at which action wns taken on the says in a rig ton neighboring settleA. H. V strike ment in Van Wert county, and placed "We decided at this meeting," Mid her after dark, on the porch of n Mr (lumpers, "that since tho prime house, where they rnpped at the door minister of Kngland had deemed It ci 1 he men torn drove off, and the peopedient to use the great power of Kn ple in the house came out and cared for gland to end the conl strike It would 4cy until she got ablo to come home. not be beneath the dignity of the pre! dent of the I' nited States to take some Double Killing In Tennessee. action in th's unhappy crisis. To this Mkmpjiis, Tenn., Aug. 27. At Tine, end we telegraphed him, nsklng him to Tenn., Sunday morning William Shaw cither come to Chicago or send a repre- snd Dob Constor, brothers-in-law- , had sentative To this telegram the pre Shaw k terrific difliculty over an ax. dent did not deign to reply. The shot Constor through the eheek, the American reiteration of Labor dcemrd ball passing under the tongue, In the It Inexpedient at this time to recom meantime Henry Constor, Hob's broth mend n sti Ike." rr, came running up. Shaw, taotng Mr Compers read an address to the Henry coming, opened fire on him, public, explaining why tho organizn hooting htm through the stomach, tlon of which he Is president refused te killing htm Instantly. Shaw escaped a strike. He referred to the ton n order of I'lillmnn ns Pullman's Phnrasaicnl Knnill) Murdered by ltobbers. Paradise " Vienna, Aug, S7. Nine persons, comIks a very dlfllcult thing "It would for tho American Federation of Iathoi posing the family of 'a wealthy Hebrew to declare a strike," continued Mr. farmer, were murdered at their home Hoschcwln, by robbers. Compers. "We could only dp it tn In the village of some matter of general Interest, such, After murdering the inmates and aptheir valuables the thieves for Instance, ns tho establishment if au plied thn torch to the building which eight-hou- r day." deiijroyed. The name of When usked whether he thonglit n was totally Hlbrovtes. strike lustiflable at any time, Mr. I.nm-pcr- s the murdered family wasand no clew said: "I believe that labor has The munlerera escaped, the right nt all times to better Its con- has been found to their Identity. dition. If commerce or Industry Is Struck: In the Same Place. paralyzed It Is not the fuult PAnKElisnunn, W. Va , Aug. 37. A of the corporations w htch of labor,, but C. C. McMechon, of reguso to grant Its just und reasonable barn owned by Marshall county, was struck by lightdemands." Its contents. Asked how he would solve labor ning and destroyed, with On exactly tho same spot, three years problems, Mr Compers said "S long igo to a day, u homo was struck by as the present conditions exist there lightning and consumed. do not join in this will 1st strikes. general denunciation of strikes. I reCharleston Off Tor China. gard the strike ns the piotest of laboi VAM.KNNO,Cal., Aug. 27. The United ngnlnst lielng bound in slavery Hut States cruiser Charleston sailed for for tho strike labor would never havr China, via Honolulu, Sunday. The been given u second thought except fot Philadelphia docRs in a day or two, of work It can produce. The llennlngton is now being fumi- tho amount Strikes are not the failures that they' nrc usually written down to W 1 nboi A Jeweler Commits Suicide. statistics demonstrate that a majoilty St. Cloud, Minn., Aug. 27. Hugo C of strikes aro won. The leports In Now of the Metrcl, a leading jeweler of this place, York show that strikes In thut btato hnvo been gamed and believed to be worth S100.000, killed himself during tho night by by tho atrlkcrs. "Some time ago I sent out equeits ihootlng himself in the temple and for reports on fctrikrs by trade unions heart. He loft this nbte: "I have lost u ftlllatcd with tho American Federa- nearly everything, nnd this Is my lust tion of Labor. These lepoits show itep." He was tnsuicd for 810,000. Ills that E0 tier cent of the strikes were father nnd mother nre wealthy Milper cent compromised nud 10 waukee people. won, . t when strikes .M tier cum. iuqu Kvougood effect The) los thev hove their Aculdmitully shot. show emitloy era that f they attempt to rr.,WAiM.. Iud Aug. 27. Gotlelb push their intin further down it will be Viv tht. M. resisted und will at last prove very ex I !1.1.. ,n Ictllnd Stimrtnv dental discharge of an old musket pcm.lv o. TilesM uagocnpltntlsls.hiis Wvn dav enabled onuroisoiun Warner ot s.ct general theionshu-KtUmnorguultcd to build tnr and Yuri: loubjeollo thcWr by the senate to provide, fur the exoln-Io- n paiM-inunufneturiug shops heic. liocal men tnnldrr lis rattmrr Not In nnd il portatton ot sllco anarrhiato. The Inbavo taken .u,(moin stock, and ChicaOh lt(Htet TitrlfT Itrfnrm. nml fluence of the treasury deportment however. go capitalists ?.rxi,(, Louis Meyer,' Is trlntf eietted to secure the pas" o(Sena 'ilt (nauliia A president, nnd t. Oj Allen; secretary; losforlrrr lUiv Materials. lor Hilt bill which carrl. wlih It the en a. tlon ot twelve new oftlclals st K.MI0 annum Will be In Illawnthn Tuosiluv to select each. It U hardly probable that the bousl n site und complete nrrangeincnU to. will consider the bill nt thU sftMtnn. begin work on the plant at once oflBMiP'To'c Aug 21 -- I'resldcnt 11 liniVH,nv Hlnnlr., iti t, Tint nimnim' will In- - mil natrcd on Laaaaaaptv.A. has written the folkiy tug hour snd ten minutes Wedncdny for the sn- -' ., ,A U.IIM nn-i.. Slh O ..nn. .f.n ,!.. r', l.f...... ..f tho plnn, though tho capU m .vbtl, t,a ."t. fr.tt. M. Into riecutlve seiton und then tlnlly d. tnlists are guarantcctl o per cenu o1 uu.iiic-p-i ,iui juuimi-Auur.ua... i until nevvtttriiT law. and vrlvcH tronnarlctl was the at'provalho of the general the investment lwrore tho Jaodre romc in for their share. The compan r4M fornof approving the bill: tlcllclcncy bill by Vice rrelicnt Stcvcaoo. HOCSK No buelncAs trnnnarlcd WcJnet-drihas control of Ave patcnla und manU' I firmTirttfiufcUiK. "VSHiOT(l, AUJ SJ. IrVt f facturc nil kinds of rallwny equips n WAIHtNCTON, AU( 21 SrxATZ Tac '. ? mentK, of the senate ThiiMday wis nothing ten ! ia sjafjeij rotiTrrssllon rasd Klght hundrctl of th i!r Clsrkttfar AlsbamA s (e than farrlcsL Mr Maude raon railed attention1 Pullman shops will come aniLuegtai tarresra.'Ui brf'sM en tbetatld to the absence o( a quorum, but both he and , tho building of tho work ti.t have Ntsseilhe suDlcct I frnator toQuay although present, declined tq ' thfltpsaiei vhen tho roll was called. rt2.,,Mw.ri s snawct the preliminary arranjgements n 'MfKIV-wnavt j'crmia do niu.i-ic- i, IShK" ,lw4 ,t made, , . !i ' ,4JJU vew t;.'U. -Allen IsitlitflnvtwUu of & Jiulv AtMHHHHHHHU.JHunTU'MHH'BkKBHV"'' m.m... . ta....i.teJ j i f1 V.. J" ZZZ-- , man is sain iu niivcojiercu nun ii,omi, SSsSfWvin i.i.r.o-,- 1 ,fc tboju!.o3raUe. ... w. TcTorm iA.14teW entered upon by tbi lrr.T7t inSa ;. and a New Vork company J80,000 and a tarm coamner 01 nmr repunucan Eonaiqrs, ianacr- nothing wevlurthcr from my anticiroyalty, fxiuls Meyer, prtsldcnt of the 'onun""vmn a result-Mcson, IVtllerew Quay and shoapv although pation I could not convenatid could uol they were theoretically company, l.s the, architect of tlio I'ull- ient nd ctilhuula: tkalVrslnddrse theutmost be counted. In this hclp!rs condition the sen man shops, nnd has been in thu employ It (. therefore w Ul a UM-ttiate remained for exactly one hour and twenty a denial ol of the company ever since Itsorgnnijui-Hon- . dNappnlntment that-- 1 stibmlV-tminutes, when Mr. HarrU abandoned thn fight A this lei J lege. adjourn-jura- l. I d not claim to V? Ihsn tha. mtnti for the day snd contested to an of my party bordorv.htoavoldan reipouTho Texlllo Btrikr. Ul .11 'ni,.,.i llocsts-N- o quorum. 2s I1U1IU7 .nniCll. Wsruingto.s. Aub Tho Nkvv llHiiromt, MasV, Aug. XS. The of Ihlilaw. 1 ought tobtnr nsa iierobtr"of thj of the senate Friday scontl week of the great striko of thn aemoeratle organlzatlnu Neither will 1 per and then an adjournment levied until l'3pm, until Monday next (run m) lart to mit myself to textile operatives opened Monday with sueh an extent as might be implied by m'r.'to took place, lbs general public was excluded in the situa- of tariff legislation which though dlsappolat- - from the chamber durlnc all but four mlmitei no change to be of tho session -- the remainder of the time betion. It is generally agreed that no Ing 11 itlll chargeable lo democratic efforts settlement will reached this week, Hut thero are provisions in this bill which ing spent behind cloed doors Thero vra no or not a quorum of srnaion Tho lowland corporations resumed are not in line with hourst tariff rt form and it tet a. to whether hlch was nrtually present and In fact, matter. contains operations Monday morning as If noth- - ougtt notlnconsltcncles;aud crudlllcHUnsot were so arranged In advance by mutual agreeto aptcar In tariff laws or tig hod occurred to Interrupt them nnd anyklnd. Ilesldcs. there wiro as you and I ment, that the quctloa did not arlne. A resolution was no demonstration by either well .now. Incident accompanying tbG $sm. adopted to adjourn sine die Tuesday war there the the operatives or strikers. The Jlris-to- age tf every bill Ihiough tij congress which Hocsr The house paused a Joint resolution streerc tsrlff reformer uohappt iiennutt and Columbia mills made Influences surrounded it in Its latter Friday providing for adjournment ot the pres while ent session of congress at S o clock on the aftmade no elTort to start up and it is stares and Interfered with ll final constructnot likely they will do so this wceknt ion which ought not to be rccognbed or toler- ernoon of Tuesday. August V toAnother effort consider the was made alo unsuccessful ated in democratic tariff reform councils. least. Itlll bill for. the exclusion and deportation ol And vet. nntiilthMandlngal! Its vlelsltudes alien nnarchlsts An amendment had been and all tho bad treatment It received nt the I'nttctl Her Lint Willi .Morphine. agreed upon by the advocate of the measure . - n vast Cai r.irous, O., Aug. 28. Annie Ha handt of prctelideU friends It rreent- it will and those members who had previously Improvement to existing conditions, It defining an anarchist to be a perley, a young girl of Mid- - certainly lighten many tariff burdens that now of who advocates the dleport, was found lying on 1'ront km heavily upon the people It Is nol Only a songovernment or of destruction by forcethe the government of of mad protectlou, street almost dead. She was taken to barrier against the return ground from which nil United Htates. This satisfied tho objections vantage furnishes a the nearest house, but life was extinct but it be waged further aggressive operations heretofore made but Mr. English (dem.,N. J.) must licfore tho arrival of a physician, bhc against protected monopoly nnd governmental entered an objection and the bill again went over this time probably finally for this sesand her husband hnd separated and (atorltlsm. . unimportant measures Two nt thr the rank her conduct was such that her parents tieI lake niv dace with believe In and flicreform sion. pitted or three n hour, the and after were tariff jiocrntlc patty who had disinherited her. Itccomlng de and who kuow what It Is wnoreruse tos house adjourned until Monday next spondent Annie took twenty grains of cept the tesult embodied In this bill as thr Washinc.tov Aug 2S senate. There morphine. This is the fourth time e oieof the war; who arn not blinded to the were less than s dozen senators In the cham-at ord-- r sho has attempted suicide hy the sfne fact that tho livery of democratic tariff reform ber when tbc senate was called to less thin seventv-tlv- e has been stolen nnd worn In the service of re- noon Monday and If. Ihn Snu.f. nlfhrtfif-- metnroute. Deceased a parents aro fSe wi... vtklsl. publican protection, and who have marked ti.a as well as r spectable people. the places where the deadly light of treason galleries around both chnmbcrss, wero thronged In Opim.lllon In rallmsn Tn He 1m Unlit In Khh.hs. IlftvtATilA, Kan, Aug. 5S- - A com- panyof of Pullman, 11LJ Mee ilHH Reason for Hot Sign. log the Tariff BUI. Hi ".VAMiisitTnN C srvviK-J- fo - bucket! by ( S truntneted InHne-i- i Tiirtiav llol'hk A brief r .Ion of the houte f ir I 1t '....-...- ' A n. twKh laEr7 -- res-tlo- V oJJilii maMnty,".F' nnimsmiwwmBmr-&.'mil - i.lfel uis..JSCl IT ....... z-x'- rvfl 4, n id obt-crve- 1 1 l, ill ?l A l nice-lookin- g well-know- n h po,. has blasted tho counsels of the brave In their hour of might commun and comulnatlons-t- he The jfattj.k. Wash , Aug. 28. The cor ism of trusts wboee machinations have prepelf oner's jury investigating the disaster vented us from reaching the success we deIn tho coal mine Friday, in served, shoiild not bo forgotten nor forgiven which thirty-seve- n men were killed, We shall recover from our astonishment nl has rendered n verdict finding that the Iho exhibition of power and If then th' they forced uimn us lire was started by parties unknown, aucs'lon toIstho Ireo legislativewhetheror me shall peowilt submit who willfully, knowingly and malic- ple's representatives or shall dictate tho laws iously desired to tlo great Injury to which the pcoplo must obey, we will accept lives of employes, and the property of and settle tluit Issue as ore Involving the In of institutions. the Oregou Improvement Co. It is be- tegrity and safetyIplesAimrlcnn democracy be1 love tho prim of true lieved the person who fired the mine cause they are founded In patriotism and upon also perished. No one has an opinion Justice and fairness to all American Interests, v orranUatlon. because lam orr-udas to who Old the deed. ivUtTonMCratlvely aturdy-.an- d persistent In Tlio rrnnklln Horror Investigation accompanied with visiting Knights of l'ytht-.by many ladles. In the senate Immediately after the reading of the Journal. Mr. Cock'crlll session executive moved to go Into snd the great crowds In the senate galleries were turned out and the doors remained senate were clotcd. The In secret session for an hour, during which time a half dozen bills of strictly a local or private character, which hji come over from the house, wero passcdwhen an adjournment Nothing at all was taken until noon Tuesday. was don$ la the hour and a quaver that the house remained In sestlon sate to refuse Judge Holman. pt Indians, unanimous consent to past s bill te pay a constituent of hi H.soa. h I y,,,, Maiikfi. O., Auk. 28. Uelng fn stjmo I doubt whether Timothy Miarrock sui clued or was the victim of foul play, it was decided .Sunday to hold a (tost mortem. Dr J E. Maker performed tho examination und removed the stomach. While funeral services were being conducted the stomach, which was in a glass jar in the doctor's buggy, was stolen nnd after a long1 search was discovered under a hog pen. This makes tho case look doubtful. Named Ibr Olllce. Aug. 28. The presi dent Monday rent to the senate tho fol Wariiis-Otov-, I by I bouse U reprejeblatlves lo supplement the Washington, Aug. 21. Several im0111 iiircaai passen oy runner legislation, ami portant measures reported from tho to hat t engrafted upon It Much liodi flea tlona will more nearly meet democratic hopes and houso judiciary committee and passed lMVAtPfitirolttieSoriiaiSiio sjuid 23E. ANX MEASURES. br th IluuMiTBM-JSiK- f j.J, $$kx&m -- ; r.r - '$S r A ' l - ..!,. lowing nominations: State Noah J. Jefferlcs, of tho Dis trict of Columbia, to be commissioner on the part of thu United States, to arbitrate the claim of the Venezuela Steam Transportation Co. against tho government of Venezuela. War Second Lieut Wood E. Evans, Eighth cavalry, to lie first lieutenant. Child Itriilnrtl 11 n 1'iisseiificr. Lima, O., Aug. 2S. Freddy Parson was waiting fora Lake Ericit Western train to pass when some one threw an empty beer liottlc from the train. Tho bottle hit him on tho head, producing a fracture that will probably prove fatal. The child is only about seven years of age unil Is visiting ills granupnrenU, his home being in Hntnilton, O. Mint lly n Woman. Aug. l)i Amu mi. Oil family 2a Annlo Cull, u servant ill the of Frank I.e Couvcc. on North Main street, Monday morning shot nnd mortally wound ed n man whom she caught climbing into the houMt through it whitlow on the ground floor The man proved to be Joseph Scsma, a burglar. The 1 Celestial llcltelti. "Ceo Iling," Ciiicaoo, Aug. 28,-whoso the Chinese secret society, SrcrcUry ( arllsle t'plieltl. ivovve.il Intention, it Is said, Is to effect Vug. 28. Judge Cole "WAsiiiM.r.'N. the overthrow of the present emperor of China, is being rapidly recruited in uLthouistrut suiireme court Monday Chicago, and Sunday, September 9, bus denied tne p titloit of Littleton 1' Dry-de.mi.rly shipping coramlssionci been selected for tho holding ot a big of thtTfc-- t of lliiltimore, for a niitnda- conclave here inns m "Secretary arllsle, to compel his rt tentlon in alike, the sceictary CongrcNsiiiltii Conn Art epts. L.roinn, Intl., Aug. 23- .- Pi irate ad-- having removed him without cause. Ices rccclv cil here state thut Congress- Drvuen'a counsel noted un uppeiil, 'lhe man Conn has incepted the democratic decwlon of Judge Cole, unless reversed, nomination for congress in tins district, will establish beyond cavil the authornnd will at once enter upon a vigorous ity of secretaries of the treasury to shipping commissioners at trill. lampnign. An Alien latbor Suit. ltutiis nnd tirnlii Desirojttl liy I'lre. CoHTMiius, O., ug V U. S. DisDm. vvvAiiF. 0., Aug. ss. A destruc- trict Attorney Cleveland Monday Institive lire brake out tm Miss Josephine tuted proccedingh in the United States Miller's farm ut 0 o'clock Monday while urt here to recover -- (SKI damages threshing was going on. Five barns ei from William 11. Donaldson and the contents and all thu farm machin- stculionvlllo and It is Potterv to. ery were consumed. About 00 bushels eliargedlvtuat the defendants induced of threshed wheat nnd oats were lost h Dourne, a resident of ltursten, and the residence was slightly dam- stntTnrdshlre, Kngland to ciiuio to the aged. 1asi SU00; Insured in the Ohio I mted States and entir the employ-in- t Farmers for 51,700. nt of,tln?- - Stetibenv llle Pottery Co., luring IdirxiHMihcs and assuring him Congressman Sliuw Dead. ,,t compensation ninging from sixteen v --jo-ep- lean not be mistaken ss to tho neces-lt- y ol Among the more important is the bill treo raw materials as the foundation of logical to prevent Interference with tho collecand senslMe tariff reform Tho extent to w hlch this Is recognlml In the Itglslstlonalrcadt se tion of state, county and municipal cured lioneof us rnrourcglng and redeeming taxes against corporations in the hands features but it is vexatious to recall that of receivers appointed by tlio federal while free coal and ironoro have been denied courts. It passed the house as a substio a recent letter of tho sec retary of the treasury discloses the fact that both might have tute for the bill introduced by Mr. LatiThis bill went been made free by the annual surrender of mer, of South Carolina. only about t"U) no of unnecessary revenue. into conference, but no agreement has I am sure that there Is a common habit ol been reached, and it will probably go underestimating the importance of free maanti-totter- y bill, designed terials In tirIT legislation and or regarding over. The them as only related to concessions to be made to prevent the tnifliu in tickets of Into our manufacturers The truth Is their foreign lotteries nnd to remedy other fluence Is so far-r- e aching that If disregarded the lottery system has passed a complete lnrnrlal system of tariff reform evils of the senate nnd has been favorably reenn not be successfully lnsugurated An atWhen we give to our manufacturers free raw ported by the committee. American Industries tempt wns made tho other day to pass materials wr of and ingenuity and these will open the doors under the unanimous consent rule, foreign nurxc ts to the reception of our wares fit but objection wits offered, and it y and give opportunity for tho continuous Is now pending in the house. It mem of Accrlcan labor. With maieruis cheapened with their free- will pass us soon as It can lie subdom fnm tariff charges the cost of their mitted to a vote Another Important protect must lie correspondingly cheapened. bill inn state of suspense is that reported Thereupon iuuce and falrnees to the con sumtr would acmand that the manufacturers by Mr. Lane, of Illinois, to make all contract, pat able In lawful money, withbOioblltM ui nuumitlo such a readjustment of tho tariff upon their Mout regard to the kind of money ulshed goods a would secure lo the people the specified in the contract. Quite a ImiielUit the reduced cost of their manufacthe Important bills, of ture and shield the consumer against tlio exac number liailuy bankruptcy Including the tion of Inorn u profits tru-it- s n that free raw material-aud"- a bill, nnd the bill to revise and amend It will be rcpilatlc n nnd rcdtir-tTdnj- ef -- t and tearless the law with regard to United Mutes the tjrtn to meet the changed arn to ev try humble borne In tho court cotnmKsoiiers. have passed tho lund'thc b ritngs f lncreatrd comfort and house and are hanging lire in the sen- thenper mm oto Among these u1m i the measure 'Fn mull" nf nur countrvmin who have for the inspection of immigrants and "v ml well for tariff reform should fought! bCjUUhortc iniuo tho struggti loth bv to exclude paupers and criminals. ly t n warfare and challengir, KnglUti liming I olorailu (oil t treachery and guurdlngm. ness'ln I hi ic For somo DhNVMi Col. Aug. .' not bo settled until It ts will Maartff n past an Kuglish expert has been rly siitled In the Interest ui.il time honest 1) i ! a ptilrutnnd long suffering making a close inspection of the coal 10 theiAheCirnt tlclds in Colorado in tho interest of Yeo i"v truly people. OlVOVEII I I.KVIL.CSU 1 wealthy Knglishmen. lie has re- aspirations by the house remain undisposed of. V ' turned to Kngland nnd made his report, and Statu Mine Inspector Keed has lieen informed that the report will lie favorably acted upon. The capitalists hnve decided to buy large tracts of coal lauds in tlto soutburu part of the state, w hlch they w Ul dev elop In a short time. roiiiinlssltitii r (iirson III. Com vim s ()., ug .'S. School Commissioner arson is eotillncd to his bed by illness, and bus found it necessary to cancel nil engagements, to attend held this Teachers Institutes to vv eek bent llln. smiithrr'i tl In Ind. Aug. Ss. At lMUANU'iiMt, Flora Ind., Monday, Walter Long, a joung man. In n spirit of bravado, jumped Into a great bin of wheat, which was being loaded from 1111 elevator into a enr on tho track below. The suction was mi great that ho w no drawn in and sulTocated re l) VV I! '"' gressman Shaw died at morning. Olrlo u O.AI1U., Wis., Aug. 21. Con- 1, 8 20 Monday U en in tiventyiillllngs:idut Vccldi-n-t 'Sr' the.Unlted States a little over a 011 Ilmirne bus two-thir- 1 I iuKJ.l(ruuito, W. Va , Aug :i A Tho Ohio river measures 1 foot n inches nt tlio I, bleuyddent otcun ed on the It AO gauge, thu lowest it has been for over lirainn, JienrvCulro, Mondav morning ran int a 10 years. At thu Island thu Ohio can In. passenger 'cast-lxmnnugs Itivvlder, throning the engine bo wuded. f n m tho track. The fireman Minuj.li Yoiuigeit Ohio Soldier Dead. ni"V of Crnftop, and Kngimr I'lnn All traiiu .ANnsviii.i:, O., Aug. 2S. Warren n. n tverojfii tally Injured McKinney, thu youngest Ohio soldier tvtu iielnyedjuiit". the toivii is full ol In tho lute war, died at his home in Wuoiiigtouward bound knights. New Concord Sunday night, of parol-ysiA llcntl King. He wus born In ISI'.l, nud entered AiiWNfiSN' . Aug ,'s. '1 lUVli 1ST tho sci vice ua drummer hoy in the Fifteenth Vv I., in JHU, at tha II He MuorPUliig. U dead. Ills death wus oue tojnmienra. age of twulw years and six months. Itlver Vei) livv. the 11. A 41. Itnatl. O.vi l.ll'til is. O., Aug. 2d il 1 a IT liatxk A llolluliUtlll Assign. FiivMstoiiT. Ivy., Aug- - 2" -I- !coc!k.t Donaldson a leading general produce tlrmof this city, made an assignment It Is Monday to W I! llrldgoford. thought the assets ami liabilities will be nearly equal ligal I iiiiiliirlr loislliig. s.viuToov. N t .Aug convention of the American liar association udjoiituetl sine dlo Friday, after disposing of u mass of inlsccl t, luneous business. The anuual banrnit of tho association Und. placo nt the ("rami Hotel Friiluv night lupin trilling. utiw military Ytmoii vha. Aug W. preparations contiuuo on tot part ol aro bolng Jupan rnpldlv udvaneed to hu front Sotw ha Veu rweivoel Ijere lo the effont Hint Ul I0 hluese truun ore obttat to 1113 ku on odtonso ou SconV f, ;i ' J. . .t" " r 'i 'I filial iFi if hill Wl'v' lllW"V hi I'l' ' UJVK sr r-w- -- -- c " T" THE niUSMAN COURIER. " " JllllC " CSriit'c iito Couuiku ia niitliorizotl n... lite nm.irs ol Lis Stnto ieeimc nntiniince tlio iimno of Jtitlro UfllHie ib n mrt thereof liiinsolf. Pub- VIUDAV, AUd. 31, 1S9I. K. Gruoc, of Trigg Ooniity, llm lie nlllco in iiutliiiiiz nliurt of pub cnndldiitu for Appolluto Judgi'iic trust, ptiltllo responsibility, roil vti'i:i.i. iK juihik. Jndgo Grnco hns bcon n Cirenj'aml public gimrdliinship. In We atinmiiKe hy authority JUDO E JOHN since J8J8, hnvlng tcti misting our most snered iifTitlrs of . It. iIHAC'li, of Trtt county, a a elected tiro times in bocccbdIoi (tuto to our fellows tlio .lutTorso- for J ii If e of lie 'iuri of Apptil due In tie First Appellate District, subject to tliis position. This lunjeW niuti test, is he unpitblf, is ho hon-- i In lie actum (if ili fifty iceon the bptirli, with u,V soliJ:cat, shouM itpplv. Tlio onico of! I'nimij Conventions Sect '.".I Oistilct lUHirov.'il of ,.,u iiHnnln ii. ,.'. i,. Sirretnrv of Stuto ......v.. tlin imw , Convention net. 6, at I'rtnreiiin, Kt. : . rui.iiu """Hi in kn......j rrries wit it it serveil.Riinioioiitly attest his nun! Constltntioii rou tutvy iv riiriir t's.i:iti. tl.o rst to lllcHllmi hv mitnrp. eiliinMlnn r..i. f,?c!,vo I'Oi.orsa.Hl ' """."" We are aulhorixed in announce A. L exporiciicotontloru tlio bench of fli tluu staiioii. snouni boDon mini cnpubW, ff10m wo know to ai a oati Dilate fur the tilhVe of County Court Clerk for Fulton county, tlio highest court in tlio Sinlr llret of nil, nnil nbovo all, n enro- Ititlge (jruco isitsound Dombcrnt, n' painetHking, l tli inning November election bus With this view oftlio We are authorlted to nnnonnee Ahum Itns-'Moss man but not n imlltinimi. Ti.. ii ns n catiilllaie fur lb oflu'e ol r, s . csso wo ilesiro to roviow liriolly .. r ....... . ...a UIIUCU 111111,1 tin nnrnnr ff n IrimlAil iViuly Coin I Clerk for I'iiIioh oiiutitjr, rmi. npn.i. ii nnir.iul At the ensuing Nuieiuher election. into u raco ono timo nRHlnal" Tnr now the lending nspirnnt for this W'a are aulbmiird to nnuuiiuoo W. P ner for Congress, nnil he boroUhf'onice, Major II. S. Hale. In his ns - candidate for re election to the ultii-of Cm ii jr Court Clerk for Fulton pHtlj's bniiner proudly and hotior own business ho lins proven lilm- r t a y , hi ttie kiiiuiu November ably, but lie met limln of thofpoli felf n success nud tin Treasurer of Kentucky lie lias carried forward ttcintiN wero not his wiiy,TJ5j ,( thoso hhiiio business motliods for t IIUM'I Jt'lMir.. Iilll cauilitlacy was a saoridco aTSTJiiin the public llnit distinguishod him We are mil hnriipil in nnnounee II It self for his pnrly. Ho is admlttetl la tlio private walks of life. Turn Walktk h c.inJiiUle for lie olbee of by nil to be tlio strongest crjiiII to the history of yonr Slate, If vou Judge of iIih Fulton County Court, please, ami rend of Major Hale's subject to the action of the L'eiaocratic date tieforo I ho people, that tahl I.IIIIII1III tiuiiii in directiiiR titTairs Klectloo Nov. lS'JI. party. clinncen rnr piootlnn am tl. " " "BOMnrnerotiy nnniiretis ot dollars nnvo Vit re nulliorlied to nnnonnee JomIUA nnd the OouuiKit bolIorestltAt If been saved tlio laboring poople Na'U)1 candidate for i e hio.cmak, ky., lutu .fudiro. ''"" U... i. for AiVncMOur Next l - 'r .gl-- n i mmi M I km' 'jlWtar" IN Is -- jAv v r ry ' ULI V ' SeCt'Otlll'V Of State.' Ktery cood ntlr.en is Inlcrcstctl' csn-it- I i lienim-rail- The Clmirinite. oftlio ttxocu. llvu Committee of tho inth ConKrossioiinl District of Tcniier.see U volition nt Union "Vf" """" Sept. nth, to notnliiue. n, peo- ,)leB'1)rtrJ cami,ttl0 for Congress. During lmnl limes ovorybotly Is looking for tlio pluco wboro tbey most goods for emi get tlio tlio lenst titonpy, Hentl tlio nil vertisonients in tlio UoUUiKlt.aml you will llutl bnrgnius offercil thorp tltHt tlio well posted man will not full to recognize. - 'H 'III HllllfMWW nton Trlbtino says that II Ml I'l Utero ""U) i Hid-r.ilt- fur-seein- g ru -- onj ; iniccp on iliitnp tliivs huh in mum. vjieii u oil origin tliiya Htitl lot tlio sun shino on tlio keys. It will keep thorn from ttirnitiK yellow." This will not prevent tho c.hrnnlo piano. plnyor l" I"11110 a.. i.. n" ,iu""i; ulosiMl i;i-iii- i.l TaY-Lu- I elec-tlu- u. I k I ui.i ....". from gotlingyellowor Ihontimtour singer from getting yoller cither. A Presbyterian elder attend-en Methodist rovlval, which, he found too noisy to his tnste. He ventured to n lending member: "Could you not carry on tho meetings with less noise T" nildlug mat .Solomon's temple wns unlit without a sound, not oven n b amine r. The Methodist brother replied: "We aro not building n temple; wo nro blasting rocks." dictionary. d - IlK'ttUAN Kt,, Aug 10, 1804. tic nnnie of Ymithii who town Counoll met in called srnslnn. Preheat Is a h to of ptimary elections; In. Mvor Dillon, Couitcilnieii Il.iltr, Cow dcod he is opposed to anything gill, CUrnell ami Vru :Mjirjm.3C.Dic3ic :?nr Ihe Mayor nnil Pei.ubing having tho word ing lobe to stnlej the nobjeot of the m'el. receive petition for ilia prlmnn ittached to It. Tho com. granting of a fmichli by the city for a telephone limbs of the uion fid '"ii began in his district city. An ayslein within Ihoeffect was pre ordinance lo that tho otl"'i day and tho teacher sent nculol, which, on motion, nn ordered wont tl ' hi' "i"8' buy it primary published In the Hickman Courier, and HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC. further action deferred until nezl regular hlMon i primary grammer, n meeting On motion, Ciunoll adjourned prlman geography and a primary CLINTON STHK15T, HICKMAN, KY. W. I MclVrciu.v, tJ r Attest, ' for roiiio of his chilnritlitn. Hickman, Ky., Aug. 21 rd, 1S9 dren, lu: when ho received tho note ft. m the teacher ho wns simCouncil met In oilled session Present Mayor Pillon, Counclbuen, Helm, ply fnri ."is he was so mad. Ho Unllter, Sanders and Wtarn, IligliCBt Market Price will bo Paid for Ileof (Jatlle. fiVa rippoil ami cavorted, ho cursed The Mayor stateJ the object of ht and n sworo by tho heavens to be to hear Ihe rcwrl of Ibe com aboye ml tho infernal regions bo mitten appointed to procure gravel for ths low, an i'i' Ihe holy St. Patrlok. streets, whereupon the committee verbally JHHIICHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, that his ' iildrcu miint slop school; icportel that thry had personally Intpaei IMItMlillS' ho would bo dictated ed Ihe beds of gravel on VYIIson'n branch, "Hint li distance ihe City limits, to by tiicse primary election fol- a shortIbe gravel below of good quality and found and lo be lows le would let his children of sufficient quantity for the city's presgrow up in ignorance," Ho sent ent needs, anil tint thsy tad received word t t lie teacher to lot his chil- propovlilnns from Messrs Jasper Klwards, dren study all tho books but II F. Wilson, and others, lo furnish and on Ibe streets In West "these infernal primary election deliver gravelOld Hickman uodrrthe hill and in EIE-HOTOES- . bookf." ho "just iio d d" If thoy up to l!ie nld blacksmith shop on Carroll . should study them. Ho Is so mad street for $1.10 per oubic yard, nnd In Kast II. DUOHAMN, J. J. 0. PONDU'lANT, 1! I.. Al.KXANbKK, J A TMOMI'MW, thntlin won't nccept tho primary llickinnn, and on Ibe bill abjv Ibe old ).W ALKXANDKIt, Judge C. I. HANPI.K, J N. PKAbLIIH, Jr. meeti- g ot it word In tho primary blacksmith ehop In Old lllekman. for fl.'JJ i I )"" Dear that Council Procooilings, ' I ,, S. Sh.aw, I i.hii..i n w.i lami'im.; vn in aaaamasa Staple 3 ani Faaey feecejles, IDEXjIVEHEZ) 1 J7RBE1 Cow-Kil- l, mssl-In- g tr -- M) CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. OFFIOBBS fTA riu lll'k-ma- n Hie ol'joe of Couutv S ILjAAaw Judge of fullon November eatnto win uayeaJnilr lile, l"(Ht JMM'.K. We nro nniTotto ' tlintvil Oi.ivnn a a cmiJiJaie for Jilcrif Ful- TIic ton county, hi tbe tmuing NovemU'r elvetloo. A highly important question Ve arc millioriif.l lo nnnounee Mr. Jdk Nooxo.1 as a caiiJIilikle for Jailer of that hits been the subject of much' I'Ulton oounty, at the tinuiug Norcm-Ijdisciisfiion sluco tlio Seuntc Tariff election. bill become n law relates to tho IV e nre iiiltmriieil to nnnounee OMiltai: I. I'AnriE.N-rbn u c.iinllJtc for re dec. incoiiio tax nud tho ditto on which ulhce of Jailer of FuMon Hun to !' county, t lie tmulng Nornntur rlee- - it will go into effect. It is the lion. uiniiuii ui uiu ways nun s "Ve nre milliorliel lo nnnounee W. F. Cnmmitteo that this iro vision will a cjn.ll'Nio for Iho ollioo Hkur.iiuiiK nf J tiler of Fulton county, nt the emu- - become operativo next January, ing November election. nud tlio tax which will then be We nre nutliorizeil lo nnnounee Mk, A K. levied will bo upon incomes earn, CiMiThLL as a candidate for Jailer ol Election, Hill too county, November ed since Jnn. 1, 1891. This opiu-io- n nmliorliel to announce John C. NcivlnromcTnx I:ir. er 1 .ui-au- J89. KOK AftHF.SSOII. We are nutborlzed to nnuounre Mr. K. M. Snom as n cmdiilnle for I lie office of AxueKSorof Pulton count; at tbe eutuing Nombor election. We are aulborited lo announce Un. p. Vn,s)-- ( ns n eiiniliilate for Aneiur of Fullon county, at the ennuiuj Novem-be- r Klecilon. IV are authorized lo announse Mr. W. J IUnnox ai a candidate for ibe office of Aiiei'orof Fulton county, at tlio n- milng November election. IV e are aalbcrized lo annoance Kn. R HEKVF8 an a cnniliJale for Ibe office of Assc.'or of Fulton county, at the euiu- iiiL' November election. We nre authorized tcainouneo Mr. E. C UAKTKf! n a eandiihite for to Ibe office of Ansriwor of Fullon coun ty. Election in IioTember. is based upon a literal Interpretation of tho terms of tlio bill, which are as follows: That from and after ibr of January, eiehleen hiiuitrrd and ninety, live, and until I lie flrrl day ef January, ninetrtn hundred, there nhall ti titenird, levied, culleeled and paid annua lyupou 'begaiiu. profit and inenmt r'Cdved la Ibe irecedinc calendar jearby ury of Ihe United Slate', whether reild. I if at home or abroad, and every 'r?oii reiwmg inerem, woemer nil fm. or Income bo levied from anr kind of properly, renin, iotermt. dividtnfi er or from any profenlon, Ira le era ployiuenl or vocation cirriedoo in Iho Unite I Slates or eluewbere, or from any other vource vrbatever, a lax of 2 per cenluin on tbe amount no derived over and above four IhoilMod dollar"; in.1 a like ax ihall lie levied, e!!eeed ard pmd annually upon Ihe gains, prnfiin an I income from all properly owned aod of atery trad or profession cirrifl on in ihe United Slat's by person re.nllne wlihaut ihe United biatrn And the lax heiein provided for shall be aisrmrd by the Commissioner of Imrrnil Hevemie ami collected nnil pulil upon ths ftalnn, profile and income for Ibe ye.r ending the thirty. flrsl day of December next preoeeil ing the lime for levying, Colliding and paying said tax. rit-tzeiro-fin, Sic. ol. lt "t'onnyrilo" district, from which 3 he hails, but tho State at large, these fants are being treasured We make a Specialty of, in nnil acted upon by the poople. nover before known in Koutttcky until this excellent official took cliHrgo of the Treasurer's office. in this Horn nlono hundreds of dollars nro saved each the State this stroko is lint of Major Hale's banking nnil bnsiues nmiiu unit read from Halo's biennial report, whereby the State penitentiary which whs, until n. few months ngo, sinking the Stnto from iS,000 to $10,000 per month, is now selr supporting and yielding a revenue. Thoso things nro facts of record, "figures don't lie," nud these nlone should entitlo him to almost any thing ho should ask nt tho hands of tho pcoplo of Kentucky. Judging from tho most favorable, way in which his candidacy is being roceived, not nlono in tho fm 0 &gfc Shm IH OT7B. fV j C'ij per cutiio yard. On motion ihe proposition of Ihe a buys parlies was accented hr tbe Council, nnd II. BUCHANAN. President, J. J C. IIONOtJftA.NT, Vlcrrreelden!( It. I, At.K.V. the Chairman of Ihe h'inanea Committee AKUEti, Cashlsr, J N, PUAPLKIt, Jr., Asslslsnl Cashier. was militarised to close ihe contract for ,.. VOO cubic yard of gravel upon Ihe terms i; proposed. On notion Ihe City Treasurer Is Cm lo set aside and hold subject to the proper orders for payment on gravel nr jii.m account ibe sum of $3i)6 out of tbe first moneys coming Into bis bands as clly aananasaava awtatA i r.trtui:ius OPtFLHHH H r M Treaurer. SiFuraisliiiig Goods Department Wo aro Soiling tho Bo3t S1.SO :m-- : O M!lavmwjaim. .lata. Mm'wm Jk. 1ST e, 98o. Keady-tcail- $3.00 Sp2.50 Tailor-made, On motion it Is ordered, and notice In hereby given, that all properly owners having pavements fronting on ihslr city lots shall, by or before Ibe first day nf Odeher, have ihslr paverarnia repaired and put in good order ami condition, either lth brick or plank; and on their falling 10 do so, the same will be done by the eily at ths eipvnse of the owners of tbe prep-erly. On motion. Council adjourned. W I.. McCvtcikm, C. C. Attest, CO I T Sa all kinds, nil Todd (Jounty Progress. grades, all prices, and ALL Low for Cash. Tlio Ugliest Jin ii hi Wen County and tils Jug. It-l- ey SANDERS & RICE. roit Miiinirr. Vtr are nntborlted to announce Mr. O. It. Kckijn an a mniliJnle for llie otbee of BherilTof Fulton oounty, at the emuliiK November election. 1Y are antborlzed lo announce Ham Joim)V hi candldtte for the office of RherirTofJFiilton county, at tbe eniuloj Noveuibtr'etccllon, FUIC CO II .IT Y We hiuin, ATTOIIXEr. Dcv. T. A llorribfo Aceirfenf. Pad-uca- Last week n train on tho offioe of ter ablo to judge as ngliest that the cheanonlnc of Iho clothes seventy flvo bushels of wheat to Marvolw3 Ecsttlts. Tonnesseo & Alabama road man no Had mot. to the shortly oftlio people by the reduction of buy a mowing machine, In placo Solicits yonr business. Wo offer tho most IJbrrnl Accommodations for Fulton rouuty, at Oounty Attorney lint to our Cttstomeis Couslstrot with KstnbllHhcd from Memphis ran down n wagon after passing the section where Iho dntles on woolen goods in the of n l.'i) bushels ten or fifteen the eniutDU Novemtier elerlion. by Ror. Hanking Principles. near Hazel, Calloway county, Ky., Martin now stands ho met nn old tariff act will save to tho peoplo ycarB ago. Tho fanners of Illi- J. From a letter written Gundorinnu. of Dlmotidalo, is belioved that tho provis- in which wero seated alx young man nnmed Uoozeby, who wns tbe millions of dollars annually. The nois, Minnesota nud other Slates Mich., wo nro permitted to mnko It ions of the new tariff bill will people returning from n Baptist ugliest man ho had ever seen, nud family that mny havo to pay nn get ns tunny things with tho sixty! this extract. "I hnvo no hesitahe nt once gnve him the jug, tell- extra cent or 2 cents per pound cents which a bushel of wheat servo to practically annul existing picnic. In recommending Dr. King's ing hint it had been sent to him on sugar will bo more than com. now brings as they formerly did tion G.11ALTZER, K.T.TYLKH, M. It. SHAW, It.lt. HHKVAHD reciprocity treaties. ponsnted in the price of a suit of when the selling price was one New Discovery, ns the results Tho unfortunate partlea were by a friend in Hickman. He had A. A. FAKI8. W. A SHUCK. J. W. CO WO ILL. wero. nluiost marvelous In tho Mtss Maky Desha, Ureckin. crosHiric tho rnilrond track an the hardly traveled a hundred yards woolen clothes. dollar. enso of my wife. While I wns ridgu'n sister inlaw, has written "f,er l,arti"S witl tjoozoby when pastor of tho Iiaptist Church at nn open letter to Kontuckiaus train canto thundering upon them, i " ' a.muijj niiu uiu ,.,, Keoves Junction she wns brought and the learn became rigntenou. II..Q...I. n iHIie i11H. i., frnnt nf runu "roasting" the Congressman. down with Pneumonia succeeding nt tho alarm of the whistle, which a nondescript in the ehnne Thk I'reeidont has written a letLa Qruipe. Terrible paroxysms ter setting forth his reasons for was sounded for tho crossing, and ofn man, that for pure, of coughing would Inst hours with ugliness boiled down withholding his signature from the ran Into a cattle guard. The little Interruption nnd it scorned new tariff bill, nnd scoring the vehicle could not be extricated and hermetically sealed "took nsifsho could not survive them. Ilia rair tff ilia linal. II .. . . trusts, which made it as objection. l A friend recommended Dr. King's oeiore uio locomottvo unu ornsu. ,, ,lis tean) flnd M Ho able na it is. . . Now Discovery; it whs quick in an (hrnnrrli Dcnlcr In no the niBii: Its work nnd highly satisfactory Ihe killed It is estimated that twenty n'i lift nro ns follows: Miss-- , ..S,raI1rer, ,,y gosU , rrc cone in results." Trial bottles free at thousand people, attended the esJeniiioniidLillioRiiy, nge.l 18,nll(1 don ,tj DBOGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS pnvo your jug 0. A. Holcomiik's Drug Store. of J- - T- Bwayjnat now to the wrong man. Owens barbecue At Lexington Inst ?,,"!2,0,roara'T,,rgJ,orB, Hegnlnr size COo. nnd $1.00. son, ,,, two young Yon ,, week. Lexington sports nro offerdo(1.burn(le8, HICKMAN, ICY. ing big odds nt favor of Owens, lad es, Misses Harmon wero killed, uglie8t criUer 0 b d erlh and ttyoiing man named Kay badly iUoabt.'-Ma- rtin nud it now looks as if tho Wc invite yon to call atvl sec our now Electric Telephone Franchise. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. Tribune. injured. All were inslnntly killed,, ., Orator" is doomed to lino of their bodies lieing horribly man Tht Cly Oonnnl of iKl City f Ihclmin latest a jo.micsjokk. gletl and scattered for ynrd! do ordain, That lie eicltllive franchise he AN orgnniznlion of colored pooA yonng lady of Lexington, who Slrouse & Bros' Fall Clothing, granted lo ertel an! set up poles along Its ple in Mississippi linvo sent two around. Tlio wagon was ootuplote lias recently honrd Sam slrsets, siring and place wires thereon, lo delegates to Africa tu vlow tho ly demolished and both mules trlls tho following which is Jones, make all necessary excavations for such quite! which wc can sell you 20 per cent, cheappurpose along lis airct, alleys nnd highlaud with nn idea of colonization. killed. train was on Tho a down grade characteristic of his irreverence: ways, nod along such streets, altera and er than ever before. It is vory likelv that the governor Before beginning Ids highways as may bsresfter be opened and t of Mississippi will furnish them nnd running at tho rate of forty one ol his harangues maysermon, if; . bo so used as such, for tbo purpose of construct TWICE-A-WEE- K will) a Moses to lead them to the miles an hour, and as thero wore 16 PAGES EVERY WEEK! I. S. Wc have, also, inldetl to our Ing, maintaining and opernting an elecbo proceeded to rebnko late vory high weeds on either side of promised land if thov will makei Clothing Department, samples from the tric telephone system, and the neccsssry the Hack, the engineer did not see comers. 'Now, what makes yon exebnnge therefor, within the eoiporate application. n Tailoring Chtalilibluncnt of tho party until tho engine fhail women Into I I'll tell you, primp-inlimits of said clly, and lo plaoe and conSomi-WooklM.Ilorn & Co., Chicago, at prices with , YGsfcr- All the Into comers who Democracy is no bnlloon which struck them. Tho father fund nect all telephone Instruments, owned or which no local tailor can compete. 'biln'l stay nt homo to primp, stand rented by siilMcrlbere, with the central can be pricked by traitor hands mother of the Hay children, whose Any rsader of Ihe Couaixn can get The Twlee.n.Vek Kr public free by sending in exchange, and to set up poles, string Fit and SATisrAcriox'uardntecd. nnd collapse. If our Republican years ringed from JO to 'JO, are tin." io ono roso except n very wires, nnil make nrcesary excavations three new yearly subscribers lo The Itrpiihlie wflh (3 00 living and this accident came ugly woman. Sam looked nt her friends nrn laying that flattering In addition to obtaining ths greatest nsw weekly in America, every subscriber lo therefor, ami thus connect said central unction to their sonls, they may near wiping out tho eutiro family In silence, n moment nud exclnimcd: exchange, and thereby each subscriber's Tho Kepubiio will stve ten tunes t he prlre of the paper, or moic, every 7ar by the "Well, God knows, Sister, you 9 well nroonnil to dianlinan their at one stroke. Instrument, with such other cities aod epvsiai oiirra mm nuosoriusrs irom time lo lime. Sample of Tho Ilriiublio will be sent nay or.o iipon receipt o CoVal need primpin' and it don't tnnko l'ndiieah, MnyflelJ, Kulton (owns, sonls nt ouco of such uusuutantlall and Union City, anil lo such other neigh- request, niir.1 an enters. Till: ItriTII consolntlon. Wo have n para. The reunion of tho Crockett no difference how Into you come boring lowna to which this system oau bo hereafter, I'll tnnko no fuss." chtito attached In the shnpo of a Clan, or In other words the extemleJ, or the run term of twenty taiifT bill that will let the old girl of Davy Crockett, the Lexington Press. years, upon the following terms and con DR. S. K. DAVIDSON gently down upon her nntivo soil. hero of the Aalmo, will be held in ditions, vtx: Now, that winter is npproach-lug- , First llefore granting such franchise Covington Commonwealth. Humboldt, Tenn., on WoilueidilyJ Lovers of field sport will find A stranger cutorod n church would it not bo n good idea appended Clerk Is ordered and dlreot"! lo Sept. 0, (he citizens of that tho open season for in iho middle of tho sorvico nnd Iho Citybids therefor publicly in Ibe Clly ATTORNEY-AT-LAreceive for everybody to put their Thk passage of tho now tariff town nroand Kentucky took a sent in tlio back pew. Pre- Hall In Hickman, Ky., at .1 o'olook, p. in., tlio net hns accomplished ono thing entertain making preparations tb in good repair before bad gnino inseasonStnto of . HICKMAN, KKNTUOKY Hickman, : : : : Kentucky. 10,000 people. Humfor tho of Doer, sently ho whispered to tho man nt on Monday, Hept, Mrd, 18'.' I, and Award at least. It has put tho country boldt is easily .wenther sots in I Some reached, being at sidewalks about town urnof Intho Hentomber to Mnrnh Is snuirreln. his sido, evidently ono of the oltl tbe same lo tbe highest and best bidder, in n Btato of rest upon tho ques- Iho city reserving tbe right to rejoct but crossing of tho L. & Jf, Hntl iMnnolSto February 1; turkeys, members: "How long has bo bcon any thealt bids, and after advertising Iho Oflloo ovor Cowgill & Cowgill's tion, nud tho benefits of VINO or M. .V O. rnilrontls. both of whirdfJ "wretched condition, nud should September to l'obrnary 1; wild "Thirty-JlvHAwill glseresumed (he prrllee of law, Drug Store. or forty time, terms nnil place of receiving suah his Prompt and undivided bo repaired immediately. Proper policy will he proven to tli oner tetiuced tare. Any person ty owners nro liablo for damages gensn nod dtiehs Antinst 15 to m us, I think," said the ultlorlv bids by two weekly insertions and tmbllmuiitlciii lo business eutrusted to his care. wniltl wliou the workings nf Ihe desiring nuy futlier April 1; woodcocks, Juno 10 to m ,n, "I don't know exactly." "All cjtloos of nnuio In tbo lllckumn Courier Information should nuy nccidont occur by new bill nro moro dourly felt can address A. W. LINDSAY, tieoond The party to whom naiJ quail nnd A. S. Jessop, Secretn-ar- reason throughout the nation. of their falluro to keep Feb i nary 1;l.'i to Jnnunrypheasants, rilit, then," said tho stranger, "I'll What Nerve Berries is granted is to litl in and realoro as of tho Crocket Clan Heuniqu I; doves, stay, he must bo neHrly done." Nnvombor their sidewalks in good repair. August 1 to February 1. (Mendow near as may be nil atresia, allure nnd high- Attornoy-at-Law- , have done for others Hliznbotlitown News: Since tho Commitleo, Humboldt, Term. ways In as good condition as before, and The city council, at a called meet- larks and nthor insectivorous they will do pnssngo oftlio tariff bill there hns if work bus not been begun within six ing Inst week, decided to give tho JIIOK.UAN. KY. Four Big Successes. for yoti. months, or completed within twelve been it tntirkod improvemout of Pnilticiili Snndny Visitor, rtw. property owners until the first birds nnd song birds protected.) after the passage of this ordi business throughout tho country, ing to tho low wnter in the Miss- day of Octobor to put their walks t Hnving tho neoded merit to months, tbe franchise Miss Oslo Meshotr, n highly shall bo null ami Office with R S. Murrell. lienowcd activity is reported in issippi Jerry Porter notl two othor in good order, and if not done by respected young Indy of Clinton, moro than mnko good nil tho ml. nance, 816 nil tho largo commercial centers. tourist friends concluded they that timo, then tho city will pro. committed sulcido Inst weolc by vertising claimed for thorn, tho void. Third. The DOllstlliOn which wires shall uIT DAY. Largo factories nro stnrting up In would do tho other river towns in ceod to have same done nt tho taking chloroform nud morphine following lour remedies liavo be pluoed shall be of good, sound timber. T. V VnsaUs VIGOR tho east. Tlioro has boon a de- a nklfl from Illcktiiau down, Kvory property owners' expense. Surely Tho Democrat In speaking of tlio reached a phonoiuiuitl sale. Dr. si least Zj reel above tbo ground, and setorn uat OF cided lucroaso in tho oarrying thing worked like a charm the first no gootl citlzou will full to repair sail afJalr. says: The young lady Kiiiu'a Now Disnovorv, for con- - curely placed in tho ground. Fourth. The of said frnnohlsa Blacksmith and Undertaker MEN Eatilr. QuickC trade of railroads nnd everything duy, but on the second ilayn thoy his side walks nt once. who thus struck out the spark of sumiition, Coughs and OoldS each Is to construot, purchaser and operate naiJ mainulu and Permanently flottorod. otm uat. IndicatoB n gonornl rovivai of nil ntlompted to go through a "cliuto" hor own lifo warf ns far ns the bottle gunrnnteod hloctrio Hit- telephone system, using for said talsphone ,.?'."v, ana all " W eaknesae. Nrivousness, HICKMAN, c"f '.'!' Uwr train uf KENTUCKY. lines nf business this fall. It is n tonvold ptilllngnroiiiidiui Maud Mnn Is n gront destroyer. II o world know, contented and happy ters. tho great remedy for Liver, one which shall be of tbe sort known an oils nsnltln troni .jrljr errors ami later rir.l.rti the mull notnbln fact that tho greatest they struck a hiddon obstruction Is wasting tho forest, ho has onough with hcrlol. Sliollveti with Stnmanh nud Kidney. Bucklon's the Klectrio Telephone, and ai good ns any you want 2:.';.T,?r,, ha trorrr.stc Devilnps liMipuml irrnulli lo Ills seaiial nr. UlackniuiiMut. ,lo,,c. or repolrn on financial panic tho United Stales and knookod n hole In tho host,- - driven tho buffalo from tho prai- nn aged mother and brother nnd Arnica Snlvo, Iho best in the! In use. iinualinal lM.rs or Wagons, &c Iforsenlioeliig a spcrlalty. aana. siiiiprausni by jnnllirnl rrra ulabllr rniU.lnua raie ior saiu or "i'0' das cxpenoncoii loriwoutv years nnti oniyoy uani woik lu) 1 1, Cy ries, ho is destroying tlio game re- (iiti auo leit not n world, nud Dr. King'ri Now Tlf lill notexeeed.tl.fiO useotmonthteiepuone '.'' ". unlmri ami liquor, nor for eaoh UlokI'fiillline of aiisiiiira. anil lasallr. hifi, '"i! '" emtio under tho MoICInloy hill, inanngo to roach a small santlbnr. gardless of law, ho Is exterminalino of writing to oxplaln her not, . Pills, which aro n perfect pill. All telephone, and $1.00 per month for exThtlru..ihaw.lmnilui.niirorfrant. Aecsft in Imliailim. Intlsl iiion bavins Ihe isnulna ndortakor'a OoodB, leaf nnd not until tho burdonsomo trib Tho last wo heard of Jerry he ting tho sonl fisheries dospito In- ami it is tunriiIato uoiijeciuro n ra- these remedies are guttrauteod to change sorvleo from eaoh subscriber. nto loviotl on tho people under its was standing In tho smoke they ternational agreement for their tional cnuso for it, unless it may bo do just what they olitimed for .Slxlh. The poles anil wires aforesaid Common, Rosewood, and Solid lllack Va. Berries,,,, ,u s;.nu nut Coflloe and Csass, which can be fitted porltn, provisions were out In two by had iiiado to keop the mnsmiltos preservation, nnd since Hob I n nttributcd to temporary mental thorn nnd tho dealer whoso nnmo shall he placed and get up under the bo. ona (nil .? tmept.tl w lluuranlr..! lurursinnyrru. a committee short notice, seii.l llicm Democratic legislation did return- off, singing "Uock of Ages." and gorsoll has snid its nil right, thoy unbalance, or an ungovornnblo is nttnohed herewith will bo glad Courjoll, ofwhieli Is to act appointed by this tip on (live me a and at reasonable r7Jr.",I.,,',,t ' J",u',l""lllwwlll plain erai- wall, iii.o.i In with ,i,irl.Vl,.lil,J,,,.i,.rr'..Wi,iM " """' o ing prosperity dawn upon the waiving his coat as a distress killing themsolvos by tho bun dospondenoy Induced by boido to toll you moro of them. Sold nt to tbe rlfhin of the teloplionsdue regard prices, niiop near rail. company tbs aoKtninaiiii tW " ari..l..a are country. nnl to a fnrin about it mile nwny;r. ' drods. Paditcnlt btaitdard. aud tbe cltiteua. fanciful cnuso. 0, A. IJoLCOMUB'ti Drug Store tnle by-- (OWUIM, A CUWCIILL. Iir ire authorize! lo announce Davis an u onndidale for the Uncle Kit Wilson telis a good Tho County Superintendents Now hero is senso "as is ono about one of the old timo ugly or Common Schools In this State, e?nse." An exchange says: A men of this county. Way back who wero elected last November, Minnesota former tolls his brother In tho fiO'a before tho time of raillit t Ills section, (ratio nnd have been sworn in, nnd Prof. J. farmers the plain nnd practical roads traffic wns done mostly by wag II. Sandors, who has so acceptably truth when he says that the quesoners, aim ono nay n linn in filled tho olllco of County Superin tion In regard to tho present price Hickman started out n train of tendent of this county for several of wheat is not so much what the wagoners through this country, .vearjj, una ueen succeeucti ny crop will sell for ns it is what It and just tieforo thoy left Hickman ProfD. K. Wilson. Mr. Wilson will buv. When "dollar wheat" Iho chief of the firm deposited a is n young man, full of vim nnd was the rule, its it was in the sevJug with the driver of tho front energy, thoroughly equipped for enties, ho could buy with the proteam, who wbb noted as n wag. tho work, nnd wo doubt not will ceeds of a bushel of wheat only and told him to present it to the strive to maintain the position for eight pounds of sugar. To-da. . li aal. i'ltiion county mat. sue now nobis? lie can buy twenty pounds of Check to Standard OH Co., ualiest man ho met on tho road. tl met many hard looking cases, eii ueing ono ot mo leiutttiK conn-- , sugRr. Twenty years ngo a hun- Aeeounl ot New York Uclllng and Jle Packing Co, a ii a several times was on tho lies in the Stnto in ttphodiog tho dred weight or nulls required six said eoramlneo wai dlsebargeJ. bushels of wheat whllo now it can point of giving up his Jug, but cause of education. On motion Council aljouraed. be got for tho proceeds of four Attest, concluded to hold it until the re- W. I McChtciK, It may bo truthfully assorted bushels. It now requires only j turn trip, when he wonld bo betunai-imou- a ..i y a Hickman, Kvh Aug. i!7lh, 1511. Council met In called seislen. Prsssnt Mavnr billuo. Cuuncilmen Cowglll, San. ders, Wearn and ltaliier The Mayor slated ibe object of tke call-e- l meeting, lo be lo teoelve and har report of tbe committee heretofore appoint- el by Ihe lounctl to secure a loin lo Ibe city of 3,000 The said Committee reported through lis chalrmau that they had secured the naniM t,f twenty responsible endsrsrrs for ths ciif on a note for J .'1,000, an directed by Ihe ordinance pse.l Ang Celt, and alo Ire agreement of It. 1 Tyler to loan ibe city aalil sum on said note, upon eon diiteii that he be permitted to me thr of said nots In tsklng up such claims due flora Ihe eiiy as Ibe Council may ties, lunate, and hold same as dtinanJs against Ibe city as collateral security for the pay ment or sil noie ami until same was paJ, the payment of said note lo be the perineal of said claims. On motion, saiJ rsport was received by vols of ihe Council, and said agrvmrat of R.T. Tiler la) accepted by ihe Council an I the Treasurer Is directed to deliver said note to him npun the e.iiil Tylr taking op for tin city the fillowlrg debts due from the clly, and his .trreelng to hold Me until paid upon tbe terms of said note, viz: N'oWa and interest to J. R. Preston ,ti Company, $1,073 60 Interest for one year on Water Works bonds to Sept. I, 1804, 1,800 00 pro-eee- Js HICKMAN WAGON, ICRXTTFCTCY. R B, BR-aVi3R- I, It OLD Kssi'i a KEIilABLE!" irttfi &,.. TINWARE, STOVES, ONi: l'1'.tCK, Splendid Sisck of llie very best of all koda el HARDWARE, which fl aieoSersJal virr sad that lis i jC, AH lowest ths market Jiullnvs. as gsids gnaranteeil la rrpr.fatd 3El.oofirie: ciuh. mi.irm ex, ;S;poiEnl-frv"- ! rrn'l. . v. Jouaaua, .. t JOII.v IT. COWIIII.L, T. imhi. Mm ICHMAIT JffASTK, 45 'ii HIOEMAN, KENTUCKY. 7.1.11 C. C Paid Up Capital $40,000.00. DIBHOTOR -- ,. ,,,, . unadttl-turate- tl Wtifyt THE OLD RELIABLE. MBE, I-IOLCO- H",i"""o.. CIIAS. A. - f New Fall Clothing ! il DYE-STDFF- 3, "Silver-tongue- d da-fea- t. . t fh Si Louis A Croat y, Bepublic Free! Only $1 call-ed- .' & well-know- ts Is 1891-95- lu laiSt. 0. L. RANDLE sitlo-walk- s 1 demo-rrali- n 1 o - y frail-ohls- o $3 A. OLIVER, i Mftfct i l'aa. ,r iiross-mtiKiu- I a 'sig-Ur- o -- as. . "isiN I V " '.- icdw jJe " 1 - r "; ,, "f' - -- J ' , i " '.'hswp'Wa'".'"'!' " " ,tw)",i;'il'"y''. iJUy.n isf-- " Call in and sec how we do it W. S. ELLISON, Oli Granulated Sugar For $1iOOb ! raaiMiwi mvjMnm,iWMUUnrulumm)lnminwulMmp,, "' Poreoiial Items. ciiiio sza Hickman this week. Miss DoIIh Goltlon, of Fulton, is vistiing .wbhcb J mi May mill Mnuil Mooro, In Fust Hickman, .Mr. Henry Tyler, jr., who hits been sojourning for several wcoks ;it Waukesha, WIh., rotiirncil homo Wednesday. Mr. mid Mrs. I). II. Hryant, r.f Union (Jlly, woro In llio city Mod. ilny mid TiioRilny, kuubIh of Mr. ami Mrs Thou. Lodford. Mlflfiei! Dcllow, KrUor and Hurler, lonelier in Hickman (Jul, lece, will board with Mrs. Tom Dillon, sr., on Troy avenue. Mrs. J. W. Powell ami children .who hove been xlslling rein, tlyes In Chattanooga for hovurnl weeks, returned homo Monday. Miss Ilalllo Moore, of (inllon, Ohio, Is visiting Mr. mill Mm. 0. (1. Hmith. 8ho Ih a student of Clinton College, and will graduate next session. .Mr. J runic H. llei'iou,of Dyer, Teiui., a deaf and diiml) pilnler, a nephew of Dr S. IC. lu IiIaoii. Ih Uniting In tho clly. H I on lil way to Kuoxvilloto nllcndsuhonl. Mr. Mott. of Point Pleas- nut, Mo., Is vistliiir relatives nonr 3ii ka : CT2T1 ZT)i P. irj " :""" . - n.i . p. . . ihhmi iwi h . . - urimu0imwwmvmrum y o "' y r"''f-,- ' " i . . bp - w wmmm r.wiir nrsip'. iifr Kin I rk(ci, ii A. S. KOSEDALE, I s Ubpdrs fleuer easl, KO DOUBT YOU HAD SUPPOSED f ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHER, 01,1) STAND, Kon-tuok- y v CURKB Hiokxnan, THE PRICES ON IJnjjiiot ro. Wo ami OEVEUVL TIOUSEHOLn COODS hail rciohcd rock bottom. liavo sjnie woiiilerfully LOW PRICES in store for you, the lilcu of which you have never H,oii. Tliey are truly wonders. Wc here mention n few: ? Farnitare, di'pets, tj Parlor Suits, Silk Plush, Ottk-oSWnlnut Oil rieiDtei Copied an I Enlorgd to any bite Dealreil. OUT POOn VIBW8. llon'l gitf your OM I'ictarti lo Traveling 1m J 0 a nny loe llitm. Otto mt a Uhl ! Bailifaellun gDarantenl t 7- -0 01 p. Tlio Cash. Dealer, LOOS AT THIS! I liod lloom Sots, fimmiiii firuiniiT IN REDUCTION Antique i Oak, 24x30 Be v. Glass ft iron .vv, V Oak Sideboards, Mx30 Frcncli Bev. "1 S27.50 OKALKKS aaTTctSp PATENT MEDICINES, 4T0ILET AllTICLES,:. Plate GlaspSlo.OO. 4. IT W .: rcircw. "lf - Arhttntttir Flour (the l"- -l .. Wmlilt Fair Flour (K(m Fancy,) Silii'i' Khtr Mmir (I'umilvV .. pil'-M,) .In (Inimiliiliil .Sugar, . I'll l.lw Fancy Clairilicd Hugnr, .r Ut tJimil (Jnt'ii Collee, -I Package lavii Mend C'ofl'm', Hi ?1 STEPHENS UL..L.it Our Shop. Stock mint bo closed out. & TYLEIg 1S1. -- m ... . 1 l l ;) .' Wk' Btitute. To move 1813.. 0. .Tiiiy. 'ia.1. V -,- IrSi!S ouer sna.f J-- jiiuiT Saddle, 1-ot Cash only. - rr"l fcti.v r lfiia-i.-.- s.,1,11,. ......... ......In - . ...... Next Monday, boot. .'Jrd. I,a- oa),bor l).iy, Is a Nalionul holiday. 'Sl&7'-l:o- v. A Scoll, of Mnrtin i ' J ciiii., win preacli lit tho Metho- .'(Oilit churnli Huuday, uioruliiir and ieht. Cumuiuuiou at 1L o'clock 0 tlicm out we have THE OLD RELIABLE jr Fulton County Teachers' J PAINTS, GILS, WINDOW GLASS, I 0- - ? Prescriptions Carefall Preptreil. - In-- r The Cask Grocer "DEALnn V J .". cut tliehiiilcef-r- t i cr still. MIAtlNilT J ' TOTU ASHBT3 PAID l II LliHi INSUnANCB COMPANY, dn Of Newark, New Jersey. Jn. Id, orgnliti..n IX I'lIl.TOX WIIIM'V ni'iHl OH 1891 smice. 50c Ladiei, Missed nnd Slippers that were sold at "Go and $1 00. Cliil-drens PdML'Y IIOLDKHS fine Dimrlbuteil aaioog l,OS.M a general complaint Tlioro over tho city nliout the condition 1S, 0. &8t.h. It. It. of tho sidewalks. Snino of the tri Ainmrn walks In tho cltjr nro rcpulnr rattle N.. Is vi r y Tula No si. 1 11 r Ti.U Ti.ln V" M It l i Imps no two planks tho name Hliait Tli la re.l makes lot rannrclinn will, thickness, and nliout every fifth llir L N i MeKenile going nurtb and plank unllcd down. wlihtU.N N AM V at Paducah cAlng tinrili an t Hie Nawtrn Nearly all ihe towns in Went -- Tho Fulton County Teacher-- .' ibIhj eoiiih TenueBNi'o and Western nro lioln? conncclrd by Institute is in session nt Iho Col telephone It won't lie long un- lee building this week. Prof. . til you ean nay "hello yoiirnell" lo Oridenen, of Cairo, ills, who has your friend in Fullon, Prtducah, u National reputation as mi InstiKcpnir your utile walk. tute worker, is conducting the Maylluld and Union Oily. proceedings. There nro US teachHomo aro predicting an early -t- A doleful exchntiKO given nu ers in atteudnuce, several tench-e- r I'M 1. hope of itilf iinntc reform from nny dotalni-i- l on Tho oyntor season la nearly i political party, on tliu ground Hint ntiknesi. On Tuesday account of evening n here. "illBlioncBly U a illeennc." J nut laro cuuenurno of our citir.ens Circuit court convene next fellow neeiU a hypodermlo Injeo-lio- nndonthled In College hall to hear of JefforBnulau Democracy to Prof Clemlenen's lectnro on Monday. straighten hint nut. "Wlmt Manner of Man is lliisl" All nut for school next MonTho bnrbecne at Monlgnm-er'"- ) and iiht cll did ho hnndle his day morning. nehnol ImiiHO. Friday Inst, subject giving tho teachers some Now Is the lims to lay Inyonr pnMed off qnletly, anil everybody excellent ndxlce ns to the manner wood mid coal, had h good time. Wo learn that oT induing the young minds. Tho Tho Pity Council meets In Mr. Ham .lonen, a prominent Third exereines were Interspersed with j Parly man of thin county, enter-- i muic, recitations, etc., nnd the rcuiilar session Mondsv nlcht. niidipooe ns well entertained. Ila.in. .rill. .. - i) haM' linil several refresh Ili...l It... rrom tho lUnlwpll On Wednesday evening tho hall Wo learn Inguhowers witliln tho pant week.l wns again crowded to its utmost -- Ham .lones will beg , n a nice Star thnt on Sunday night of last opMcily. .ludgn 0. I Itnudloaud , , , wppk r ,,,,, Ine nl Uiuliz. Ivy., Sunday, Sept. terof.Jno. Singleton, of A.lmgton, Mr I. M. Thorns') delivered short stirring addresses, which " ' Hickman county, wns spirited ami well received and the young were Tho City (7nuur.il is arranging away by ntiknnnn parlies, nml that to liue our streets repaired nith her nherenbontH U itlll unknown. ladks added additional interest to tho occasion with their vocal nud Kn,u'1- fciTTlii) Turin Hill has passed, instrumental music, but tho event Mesurs. Mnvficlil .t Itoner. of nd high prices must como down of the evening wan tho nddreis of Cteu hao an 'ad" in this is ho the public can have ihe benefit Prof. .1. O. Hneluht. of Clinton, on of low prices. Hour la the ntnrT tlin 'Power nnd Iiilliieuce of mio. ttead it. of life, nud to make it In the reach Song." To say that his hearers Hoveral Hocks of wild fowl Hlckmiiu passed over town this week going of nil, the the ball to Flour Mills were carried nwny with his elo w rolling with quence would but feebly portray stnrt i.nKO. iu iioeiiuoi low prices nu Hour. Patent Hour. their feelings they were delightTlie grand lodgo of the :!.) per bbl. F.xtra Fancy, W.SO ed hey oud measure. The InstiKnight of IMhlns will meet In Fancy $'2.U). All Hour gunranteed. tute will finish Its labors Pnducah Sept. ISlh. The summer season is nearly oxer, and ihe blight holiday day's will nooii be ended. iw&rzxBzxmzzxxxi2Zin - The Cllv Council wns called together twice this truck to trans-ne- t important business. Parties having anything for publication, will please sunn it direct to Iho Courier ofllco. itorA beautiful lino of tho latest Slntloiinry Just received at iTM Wiuon's Hook Stokk. Tho supply of watermelons m'oiiih to iucrenso rnther than di uiiulHh, and the ainall boy is still Lew-C- ut happy. Tho Into rains have put bright smiles on tho faces of tho farmers and iufnsed new Ufa into tho languishing crops. Mr. .InmpH MeDnnlol, ono of tho most promising young men of Fulton county Is teaching school I OW1T In tho Cay co district. A gcuuinu Diamond Mug, solid Oold, for $1.00. at HucK linns, who tiro still bucking piiccs down. ! ! Quite n numlier of young poo. plo atti'inlcd tho ice crenm supper nt Woodland Mills Monday night. The jeport a delightful time Tho Colored Methodists nro sCliroiinratlonBforn ten daH commeneo 'HICKMAN, KY. CASH SHOE STORE. Col-tre- e Tl-l- ItuHin.n! Time Tnlilo. m n Al June-ItA- n Owing lo Hip high rntc dc- m.iniled l. the Kailroads none of Hn Ilickiunu ICulghtfl of Pythias i'i attend tho encampment nt Wellington City. The famlllir tones of tho hell will he heard ngnln Moo. dxt morning calling; Iho children to school, lid every child that eau attend tho flrst da v. Pill $63,310,002 S2 S131.2J0.a28 77 Poller boldcri $10,060 10,000 C.010 $iOO,UOO.OO Tlit follonluK ii a partial llil; S'fphcnc, 8nniel Ln'lrntn, Josrpli Acibr(, Jnnifs W"j,ne(, Snuirl ft. trln, John (' Tyler, H. Iran ml W. llfnrr I) Kolilnson. r.ooo Hfrlicrt r ODD John C Msimllin llrrtwcck, lloifnl, (lriliier, II. Itopcr, DC Ladies and Misses Slippers that were rut from SI W to 98c, arc now reduced to 76c. rmlirool( (I Hints, Juitou II AUtbtrrjr, Jolin II Unl,, f.lll W, Joint Ororg II. Winitun, W. Morrlii, II A 6.000 O.Ono 6,000 John i.hi. lliibliRrl, (enJoTmcnl) Wilson, $10,000 8.000 6 000 6,000 5 000 6,000 6,000 6 000 6,000 Ml" DoTa Smllli, lien Itamige, Mls Mnry HdHns, MIm ld Tarpley, Miss Klla Iboirood, Miss Oulien, James McUanlrl, Mrs Miry Ilirber, Miss Je-wl- Wliiitnnn, Mil, Jannla Thomas, Mill Wilsoo, MliilfalllB WHnon, llnrry Aleiander, L. IV.jTIiomas, MIM Crnhw, MIm Grace Jnhoain, Garth I.nlen Itobert Lax, Mlra Nora Koker, Miss Mvlif Mis Loolaf liimage, Jpss Annie Bherron, Mim AHce 8lanle7, lien Kny-kenda- ll. Sccretilr), nHer 1iic1i be following mem- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, bers were tnrollnl. J. O Ward, J. 1! Paundr MIu Ora TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC, llrown, MIm .Miy WIUInKham, Mrs Mis MkoJ Paschal, Mln Maigle I Mi-tir- o, Th. iLLi.'iJ!mxu.ittm7.ii moru.jJVAiiril, 2Tlb, byKapt 1) V. Wilfan. l'rnt J C. Cheek n nppolnled jn llellye My HtocV I always Freeh and Complete, and t Invite Ihe public to ets( nd see Cash paid for Country Prcdnce. Wltllog' old stand, Clinton HICKMAN, KY. me. 8lrt, accom-Modaiie- n Ivon-tnek- v Afltr con.l yer no reilrlelinn n lo rtnllcncc or nccupalloa. No r9nnatllon or loan of Difldtndi In tte of Upge. loti inH lip In one Imlf of the rcsr'r. Margie Siahr Miss Ua Ilcllew, Mli. I.n AiIjiiis. Miss Jliry Koptr. Miaa l'.lla llsnry Mcllullen, V. H. criou and Ra-lo- m a. llli0s, Sarrtuars t r!i J. Stfei C. Clicek LOOM, NEWS. Tli st.oto ml thp Ilil. Yearly. Distribution of Dividends. flurt inke Poliey In this Company li most DflrM(, lbs Alter Ibe enrollroent tho Insllinle via adiliewcd by Supl. Wil.on In a lew but well eboieu words Ibal ebo"ed careful llion-t- il IIIImk Ilro. upon his part. ' SI 50 For Finest Slipner, tli.it were-CO For further Inforimtlon opt r lr to D. B. WILSON, Ag't, HICKMAN, KY. ORice at WILSON'S HOOK SlOItU. I'rof. fanoJns and Supt. WHunn nt the opening or the nflernoon aeselon explained the Course cf Suidy, aad Daily Programme. INSUHANCE! Fire, Life, ll Accident, null 2 76. n TEE S1STH ITITTJAI SESSXOH OP SI 00 One lot JuHim Shoes thai formerly sold at JU 60 to 2 00. by ihe conductor Prof Clondenrn. Bcieuce ami Art was next presented by Prof. Clendenen, of Cairo, Ills , who Is ihe able eoDipiclor or all Ihe work. He woo all hearts at mice by Ms open countenance and candid manner lie la a auccets as an InMitule eon lnrtor Teh! Writing and Cities were a'to discuseed Tornado, &c. Assets of C:::::ii3 fynmiii -- ...!. SI 75 Ladies Fine Dongola n Slioes, regular price Hut-to- ; ,0 ,,,,, 2 60. J S2 00 Lad ico Fine Dongola Ilnf-to- n Shoes, custom goods, bought to soil for 3 00. The entire morning was detoled lo OFI'IOK OVEH HICKMAN DANK, Arithmetic and Reading, two very If the teachers ears heed, IIIOKMAX. KENTUCKY. nnd wilt put Into practice what I'rof. Clendentn adTlstl them to do, lliey will certainly do better work In these subjeots nexi year In the afternoon, "Study of Words" was first discussed. TJMn.ST CLASS WOflK and Pirsl Claaa Miss Dora fnilth read an InterestX; llarbera. SpecUl alienlion risen to ing and instructive paper on ''Language HUT Work. Study." She fTldenlly baa studied ibe Wir.LCROWEL!,. matter and understands ila Importance. s. Shop In LisIeJe Dloek opposite II Profs Clenlmen and J. C Cheek, Rare short tails on (irammar. Advanced Com-- p l Ion next leeelted due attention. Ilr. Chandler, Ibe President of Clinton College, was introduced anil delivered a Oiiportunlty as on "Tb AttQrixey-at-La- w llullJef of C)iriaoer.n The nroeredlugf of .UVdneidar. . Thiirt. . .. r ' . nay aim i riuay win ic puoiuueil next OHce over Hickman Dank aielr Will give attention lo bnslnens IntrosU J C. CHEEK, Sec'y. ed lo him In an; of ibe State CjuiIs. import-aotaublec- NEW BARBER SHOP. llnrb-anan'T .. ,,i- "... f to-da- $2 50 Ladies Finest Dongola Rnl-to- n Shoes, Hand Turns, regular prtce 3 60. LITTLE KING I Attorney - at - Lf w, OGce orer Hickman Cant:. B. T. DAVIS, THE CASH SHOE STOKE. 50c Mimics Will begin Monday, Sept. J, . Prop. .1. C. CI1KKK, President. Miss ECnvKIt, SHl'.IlllOX, ii 151 M! WOOD, DEIIOW, SMITH. BICZMA1T COLLEGE cSV?. HICKMAN, KY. attend .rompiljr to all bnslaeia In trusted lo hlac ire. mohlJ-'PWill Ru"ct htitton Shoes that sold for 1 00 nnd $1 25. Tuitioa, PEE, MOITTH. COAL! C0AI! GOALI A.T DC Chillis Goat nnd Grain Shnci, Mtld formeilv 51 2f nud 1 fiO. Hut-to- n u r Primary Department, 2 00 Intermediate. Dcpuiimcnt, 3 00 Collegiate Department, 4 00 Music, Art and Bookkeeping, each, 4 00 in Mieel Sfi.ee I PITTSDL'RG, EUREKA. 1LUNOI8 LUMP, and AiNTlMACtTB In any rjnanlltles delred. Ladies Fins IUJirKR, Music. Payable monthly advance. LEADS THEM ALL for saie nr FARIS & PARKER, SI 25 Misses Fine Dongoln Button Shoes, custom-madreytiiar price ,Sl 65. e, No Inciilcntal Fee will ho charged. All cliihlrcn hetween the ages nicKMAN, : : : : Kentucky of G nnd J1' years, who reside in the District, will ho admitted Ireo Wc can now offer our customers of tuition, except lor Mnic, Art and Bookkeeping. the best School Shoe on the margarble Works, J. W. COWGILL, Prea't Board Trustcea. ket. For service, durability ami TOM DILLON, Jit., Seo'y. niCKMMT, AT. neatness it has no equal. Thursday night of last week lleury Dodd. need ID reurs private of Company "A," Ken! tuoky btate Guard, whoso homo Ia iu BowiinK Grocn. Ky., wns shot and instantly killed at Camp Dick Tiler, In Paducah, liv a 11 year old hoy, Clarence Landriim. who run a refreshment stand at tHAS E. BERRY Lu Bello Park. It is claimed by tsweier Blctman, Xj. tho hoy that tho soldiers wero in tho habit of talcing: his goods with- out paying for thorn, ami In other ways nutioyiug him. and on tho night of tho killing ho over- i" ; heard eomo of iho Boldiers Itev. J. Frank Smllli will 'any that they Intended to raid his prench iu tho Christian Church iu 'store and curry oil tho ooutents. tlilH city next Sunday, morning ' During tho iiicht young Dodd and and night. Evorybody invitod. In fellow companion called at the soino cigaretls, nnd -- One of tho most important nr-- , i booth to getplace closed, attemnt. flnding the cles placed upon tho free list by 0d to nrouso tho occupant, and tho benato bill is salt, salt in bags, JounR Landrum thinking that tho snokB, barroU mid other pnckngtis,!fl0,jerB had como to mako cood If It! fill .t nliilifn Alia "" lli '"' "" rt It vii.i..in.ua j.iM .i i inreai onetiei - lire niton t torn Dnib.inoir .i In every form nnd condition, killing young Dodd instantly. Dr Chandler, president of M'10 remains of tho unfnrtunnio warded to Ida ON titou College, wns lu the city ljV0U"K ""' w,t;10 Tuosdin, and delivered nn nblo lllom? .. t Bowling (jreeu, nud his address boforo tho Pulton Conntv youthful slayer was placed under Teaohortt' lustltuto on "Character arrest. On Friday Inst ho was ItutldiiiL' tho Teachers' I'unctloii." arraigned in tho Polieo Court of Ills remarks were listotiod to with Paducah charged with murder, marked attontion by tho entire tho trial rosnltinir iu his being hold over In n bond of $500 which audlonuo ho gave for his appearance at tho An Mkton (Kv.) girl had some next term of tho circuit conrt. iiq wdereioharcoal Tor Young Land nun's homo is in purposes near herpowdor pu ft". Grand Hi vers. When nu .idmlrer rang alio was sitting in tho dark, alio snatched up tho purT, gave it a tlab Into the charcoal, passed it hastily oyer aro our specinlty. Havo several her face, uont down stairs into books from best Merchant Tailors. Iho light, eli.ittetl graoofullv with FIT guaranteed, 8TVLK ennrnn the young man for an hour, and teed, QUA LIT1' guaranteed, or no came back to light un nnd look in sale. Call nnd look oyer our the class. Her toolings may bo samples and LOW PBIOKK. imagined. BANDUiia'& kick. On N AT R "3-OT7- PHIOB TheLillle King School Shoe B. C. 11AMAGE, CBAtRR M tr Not many left! 8-.- 1I Come quick Si 00 Mens Shoe?, worth $ 50. SANDERS IIJCE, 51 50 Mens Shoes, worth $2 00. lias no scamsjjjijibnck of shoo to Italian ano American Makbli rip, vamps orcTput on with three M0NU.MEM3, TOMB AND dSAYK 8T0NE8. rows of the best, silk thread, soles in slock, a fine lot of arc sewed and staple fastened. No RAVIKO Italian MarM. I in nn. othor School 'Slibe cm claim these pj red to fill all orders. Call and examine meiits. Tho stock used iu some is djT work. Orders from the counlrj promptly of the first ipiulitv ami selection. lied. Wo guar.inteu this shoe to give satisfaction. House and Lot for Sale. ! tnllorlnir flrra t3lr In i - A "PTCfit.''A T7llow Aster" nml two hundred other paper back books, Klo to fiOo at Wilhon'h Hook Stork. Clothing, farming implements, cutlery, tlnwnro, chlnuwaro and thousands of othor articles will bo cheaper and hotter now thut tho tnrlti has been reduced. Shnnty bonis nro drifting by every day, but tho law pnsaod by tho Inst Logitdatuio will dotor mnny of them from lauding on tho Kentucky shore. Look out for rier pirates. Tho Illinois Contrnl hns tho Chosapeako, Ohio & Houlh western railroad and will begin to operate tho lino from Fulton through to Memphis on September 1st. Tho Fulton (Itiard wnnts to "know thrco things, viz: First who is tho ugliest main teaohor In tho countyl Sooond who is tho prottient tomalo teacher! Third who is tho most popular teacher In the institute now In session in this city I Question will bo duoidod by u vote of tho entire body. Those lucelving a majority of tho votos on each of tho propositions will loucivo the Guard ono year froo. 8-pur-chase- - ttik'r-- - 1'nss Ihe 52 00 Overnt Dexter, Mo., the board Huvo you seen tho "Mcxlcnn on exhibition nt of nhlermon have passed an ordiOowgill Si Oowgill's drugstorot nance forbidding all persons unIf not, go nnd neo them, thoy nro der '.'1 years of age from bolng on real curiosities. They jump about tho streets alter nine o'clock, nt and turn ovor as if thoy woro nigh' Several other tovvriH in Southeast Missouri havo adopted alive. siumnr ordinances. Tho signal to An exchange says: Tho recent "gil' will bo tho ringing of a bell. denlli of a feminine bicycle rider Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Tylor and from syncope will no more frighten the sox away from tholr wheels Mr. U. Huchauau visited Paducah than tho stories of ioo cream pnis-ouui- g Inst week, and were present at tho1 have scared tho summer Governor's Hall, on Tuesday oven-away from tho ico cream shop. Ing, Hie largest and most elabogirl rate social event of tho encamp--- An observant oontenipnrnry inont of tho Stnto troops nt Camp' remarks that nn lnvo in moro DicklMor Ovor two hundred in-- ' than which an olghleon-year-olvitod guests were proiicnt. youth will develop for n YA. Ijookridge, n little ool-- ' girl. He gota ovor of this city, about 11! or! In mo- orod Iid), It, of course, but while its 14 years eld, was found hanging tion it goes sixty miles nn hour, iu swmg In Ids father's yard ono a including stops. day last week with llfo almost ex-- l lion It. T. Tylor, of Hioltmnn, tinot, While playing In the swing wns up nt Paducah Tuesday to his head in soino manner became represent his county nt tho meet- entangled in miu rope, nun wiiuiiiirii ing of Appollnto Dlstriot commit- ulsoo cruil was hanging by tho Bu tee, nml to look after his canvass nook and but for tho timoly n)-- ' VU for Lloutennnt Coventor. Ho in ponrnncs of his grand-mothe- r a good hustler, and makes n splon-di- upoii ih" scone, ho would u liimpression wherever ho goes. doubtdllj I'nvo diod in u fe w Burdwcll Slur, uiomeiiia. If s lil at once, it will be sold very cjjejp. Lai go lot, I) room bouse, cellar, excellen t cistern, ami ell; water, stable, fruit ol al 1 kltiJii, ulee sbnde, and s,.Iendid gixrden. It is located but a four rods from llie College lf not sold, It will be for rent. Call na oraddrcH, W H LirxLcr, I) K Wilhov, Uioktuan, K Or J n m plug Ileatis" Mens Shoes, Laco and reduced from $2 50 S3 00 nml $.1 50. C'on-KU's- s, MayliiRop CAYCE&KY.. B 7 Bouglit for Caali. 3011 tho highest cash price for your old Life InsiiH.inco i). Johnson, Policios. Dox S7, Fulton, Ky., I will pay Have brought onfthcir new Fall inter Stock of and flan Bucklin'c Arnica Salvo. Tbe Salre In the world for Cula, Drulaet, Sores, Ulcer, Silt lllieiito, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin l'.rnptloas, tnl pos Itleely cures Piles, or no py required. It is guaranteed l0 Kvo period satisfaction or money refunded 1'iice 25 per C A lIoicoinc For le by box at 111! I TO T I 1 SMITH, d 1 aim uuub, nml will sell at prices to suit times. Brussels Carpats to go at Cost. If you need a nico Carpet, here is u, aim to get. tlie place to yyyui, - m f!i! mm fJ0UlH HHtl M ht ELLISON a good Hurgain. Notice to Everybody I ! & CO. Farm for Rent I hate remoted a. f S.5SSS2S 4. tooth-clean-itt- Tailor Blade Pants I wish to reni mj bottom farm of taro hundred and ten sereia, lylnc U tnlln above lltokinan, anlknoarnna Ihe Kotit. Tim crop rnlaed on tlie Jobnson farm place IliU ye ir Tde bnildloga are RodJ, and Ibe entire firm n under a wire fence. Apply to ine on ! firm. Mils l iASIK JOIIXSO.V. :h serve Drt. lo folirna OldSisnd. first ibnr Kst of CoV dry ooJ elore, bmllh, KHIeoii where 1 mil open a UEsT.lUHANT and :: aiefcr my gMEAlSATALLHOUHSIKsi. d Nk Oi), Lubricatlnc Olhs, &0 for Hinders, nnd TlirMhora, go to 1 ATTENTION FARMERS. Forpnre Winter strained Lard nKKl deliirrel lo ny prt of Iho Ci'r when rrdertd Freh Ojsters, Soda Water nd Ice r, Creim in season. I 'IbinkliiK the public for past rarnesllr xalleit n continuance of their Kespcctfullr, trail-- f?or, SWAVNr.'O. 3 'IU W. I' UUYUH. sssss 4' m iiiii 1 1 11 A lHHl IIIH lllllllllsllMI I MMsMmiWTris lilsM .m- -- MMlsslssMslllMslaMaliMslsJilM Mni-r - iMBBI li I II ..' a afl M fc , lls - ,ie.. .t.,w. t - ' Vl wa. till' siil 1H1b1sW'. 7T-rM--rJ'i- ' rVTWalaMfflaWSYilHlsh. ii-rw-.....riiM.M.Mii..i- fJ'J.. - . utTXtfBaf J Tsaaat-giHstffii- rti . . mm i iimwmfL " -- ,F. - k?MyeIa.-- . 2'u w' J? -- r ,.t. ' .rfl-l- r ' mmm 'fWRJ if mi iHHMMMMBI "afelHfcjlAlMfei-- , . . r rx m ji '(Mf ""jw!ttiHS5SggLaLyr:' - TwcPwwBMi ii, .''-.m ubii , .5P3-!lafe3fe.!-- ttimt ili KnripnHKHiKiMk. j? - r iniM. "?isr'iijf3aE:. Tabgl rj7-n,- i .v j ,'. ym ..my im.i"emi2Mr-x- ii P!S;T'Ta-- i 401 tow ratE1xcurs,on3. Cairo nml Memphis on,! Mis.mirl Kivrr points to points Jn Arkansas, Teias, n EYKinTJNG "Arlic Yo MFE. Th" ' Kfl-n.- tiS&WWl'W Peptemtier nml Orlnhrr 0, IHOi. On the slve dates the JUSsncitl I' A- I1-3- S Kfm, m nnd Oenart. - No' dwelt when hf Wrote of thu ''V e SofiSnS ,rMhCT crimson-tippe- d modest, (lower ex- . burned, 1. Tin: secretary of state for Mime time Into that rest how ' Mu7Ml?iHlb am.?' LnSilaS, T. I i. e rd. to this state, In past hus been deluged with letter on his feet when dying. At Versailles ones have gonel The Huh, one i Indian Territory and Oklahoma, at niiefar "? i ch they ro now openillnff. from labor orgnnlrations, mnnufnetur I.'- now In I saw a picturo of Xnpolcon In his trl- - mvo been gathered up Into Rcv iwrmirXMtS(.riiU,S',.7.,',iS,?J log concerns and bankers inquiring nr 'en Into another room ami "Christ. One of them m tour, nmph, I Australia on th Is to obtnln orders for to whether or not Lnbor day (Scptrm utislnos conductors. This It an excellent time to selected tlio.MibUst i 1' sermon &'w- a bust of Napoleon as he appeared the armsof a widowed mother ' bcr 1) under the vl.lt the ?r,lmi mku,of tho W'.rt, South, for last SumlaWttro-f- h 'H,n,,'!r nl t. Helena; but oh. wh,,t ,ief anil !'"""UtH father, who ,llo,l ' statute, Is a legal holiday nut a legal ""'"'"," B. of the state. It Is 11. umJ BM u mwi holiday, lion. Harvey Meyers Intro. ... .. .......m, ,,v iuii, ... .u ic jaiiipf. rm u . .1 for thoso brands nun iruu'Kivwmc c i ui ua uo t; ivai, uvuik iivui ji iii i NAPOLEON'S ESCAPES. "HOT Is your, fnthcr Int" "I guess sou by local dealers, nnd duced a bill In tho last leglsture tr 8tnt1 ye nml iicpart,"fofSthU i ot 30UI' npoieon wim ma neari broken, i iookui(t npwnnl with brlehtened then to llennl ran call sntuebodr a dunco just now. dclhcm bogus nrtlclo to tho make It so, but the measure never Don't fnll to correspond with a rcprty tv.t " "0,v they ,ftuFneJ n" cried when j countennnee. "l'lipn, tnhe me up!' cos I wau't Twant I.lrn nHturt to A Ik. In Wa (li.rinril Cirri and n dnrvil me,call the cooktiicro. Hho wouldn'tI ntnlive of the.e eomjianles liofore innklng purchasers. When delivered, the nrtl-cle- s suth iinmes; so to a law. d In the midday I Others put down the work Ytrnt Sheridan. This was the drnnSbct' prophet ill ltd tin Pear. ' preparation. Land pamphlet, on thenliote of Kitess It must hava been dad are found not to Iw In reply to thu question In wlial Smith Gai.srs shot nnd killed Horse rlntPi mallnt free on application to If. U. who wanted to arouSi to r"plo 'roni nf proPHtyi haranpned the people of t Hfo feellnp they could hardly be p i usual cans or packages, in original uud transcript. but soino kind Monday near Henderson. Gaines ha TowNaKNP, (ienernl J'a.kenKer nnd Ticket ho considered himself to their nditlon. Britain, nnd how they howled at nnd from the ofllce, or of excuse is inado to deceive tho Agent, St. Louli, or to reirfuutathot ol but it oppreav;d.(fTnUl8ltfl he uttered execrated him, when, out.ide of tho 'day, but are to beatore, or shop, not been captured. Tho murdcreii been In tho grcaless danger of OsEofthe prominent society ladles of inny just nlpropfri; spared from it ' the ) item. Into taking them. ' ever. Hoth col losing his life, XnK)leou once said: "In West t'nlon va bitten by a large blsclc man was from l.owlsport. Your mother went. Hn nounsthen. ilellgbrlenir exposuro room where his corpc lay, his creditors Consumers should bo on their guard oied. the commencement of my campaigns." spider wlillo entering a store ouo day last "m.E In the worl' all yoh kin," said Undo ur.d much ringlrigloie'tlitlr clearness tried to pet his miserable bones and ' Hreil n life of Christian consist. week, Moral J'atroobolhostnrtslhst against deceptions of this kind. While jouik; man, "hut donn fohirll of tone; bnt thlaJJrouilDf here, eer busy with kindness for Tiik open seasons for various gnnu Indeed. If further nnmf (ifini ilntiinnil. West Unloii (In.) Oaiottc. of tho sell thorn. '1 his world for rest? ) nh rep. tatlon purchasers may think they nro, raving In this state are: Squirrels. June I u l to show that he did not snare him Hltdo comoln hand) Joh Gospel strikes liijjasTclf" B totlc ns "Ahnl" er the waters, "no rest here children, her heart full of that erpirichute "- - Washington Star a few cents n pound by dealing with February 11 turkovH. September 1 tr selfntToulon.lt Is only uccensarv to t I.ieiirslnn tn alsrklnae tttanit -- wopiunfro to the sen." "Alia'" cry ' anil quiet spirit thut la In t ranr?onltlinr the slri ' theso people they nro actually King s far a. t canswryonr God of great price, suddenly hercoi Don't Trrad nn Sir, reiirunry 1; wild geeso and tiucus, u tdd that ilnrliiL' the ten weeks of Its And return via Cincinnati, llnmilton t( want the mountain., "no rest here-w- e swindled. Not ouly nro they luivitii gust 15 ... April 1: woodciH-ks- , Vibratos the rattle enake with hi. rattlff. nnd mine is rcst.'Frpiu 'Iw tirao w'e crumble to the plain" "AM" cry the nance wbs transfigured, and Juno '.t 'oifo Xapoleon, in addition to a Ixiyo-n- D.tyton railroad. OnTiiesdny, Septem... the the Cincinnati, Hamilton Ben.lblopoopleUiko alarm at therhlll which enter life n great wound in hts thigh, h.ul three ber Ith, towers, "no rest here we follow llaby- - was opened, and she took her , t torn very interior article srwrnl times I m wimmn- - i. ...,nliu n.l many twa'ions nnd Da u.hcrs In cliilln and feer If thev don't its market value, but they are purcta- ..,.. ..1.....1 .... ,. is to January I: doves An horse kmi tinder him, while nt tho tho tonA rallro.ul, In connection with 1). We mat Ion, and Thebes, and Nineveh Into the nmlit tl.nt kv.. vi. .mi m wunes.es nimoviinecs tnko nftp'r u C btenm Navigation Co., will know they ihnuld, that Hotettcr a Htomaili nl ' ing goods that In many "Jt'lfo of Acre, durlug the expedition to run n special low rate excursion to Iiillrs U thepreeuur and teineth holidays .Jnd cur seasons of dust." No rest for the (leers; they grent cloud of witnesses that h IKI actually adulterated nnd Instances uro g1Ht 1 to February l or ha.e injurious fori j0.NM1)(.i ,mmle.erwlml.rolu ''srjpt, he lost no fewer than four In Mncklnne Island nnd return at rata ihould they forct that Itremedle. diaix-irent Ion nnd quietSbu' where is the fade. No test for the star.; they aoout tho throne! rei la, lUer rnni) mints, nervoufnes., tleeiv ,,.. i,ii ,.in It well lttuli'ratood ! the same, manner of ;,'.(" for the round trip, tickets will " Idorlous convolution! Thev are n i use. nn.l isl.ll,,ltt l...l.l that popu in is vhohas found die. No test for man; he must work, I,Icni" and debility, and Is a general touic man eomo to mid-lif...,- .i.i, iiiKut,iiim ,'U,,iik HhMiVI9.int "...."" l 1.1.1 AL1U.. During tho Inst days of his life, when bo good returning twele da ts from w lUiout equal. was ciipiun'o ti.u, entlie rest? Tho fact is that Ood did toll, suffer nnd slave. Now. for what dead You can not make mobi ' leave Special trains spices, etc., aro date nd nuke this worldto In A ship have 1 said all this'' Just to prepare they nro dead They havo only n "-- coflee.,seated packages wluvnrlubly put Clear Creek the other iilirhl by idicrli' disappointment nnd sickness had welt C It of..sale.dejiot. Fifth and will I) lkinilllei itli the iunnti Colson and taken to I'liievillu for s.ifi nigh completed When a man dooa not w ant to do a thine, you for this text "Arise je and de- on With more love than that . itli up In might as well go'jpwnoffCapo s thelrwork.lt Is suld streets nt s 15 u. m crrlvlug ut Toledo So ay i "I cannot,'' when he cannot th it, that tho ngony of hi fntnl disease 3'lfl p in . wherq the sicauirr "City of t find smootrifeatas a mnn In part; for this Is not j our rest." lam which they greeted us on earth 'her facturer's nniiiti upon them, and when' keeping. ne aj! "I don't wantto matdrew from him on many occasions tho Mneklnuo' will commence- the beautiter. A MSTKKSsl.Nn uctldcnt hnpiioncd on mis worm to flnd?Sciet From the going to make you a grand offer. Some watch its from their high place nnd ever they are offered by theso porlpa-tutimerchant.., in bulk, or In other J and a half miles below ltockport tin pitiful ery of "Why did the cannon ful trip of almost 1,000 miles, arriving way God hns strewn thf morns, and j of you remember that when gold was their voices cheer us in our struggle Tnre and tTholr.ome Quality nl Detroit at about 8 p m . whero the hung the cloud,; and sharpened the ' discovered In California large compan- - for the sky Hall, spirits blcs.ed now than such scaled package, thero N a 'other day. Two nf Mr. All William" ball spare tne?" Commends to public approral tho Callfornli fraud alniut tho transaction During his long military career Napo- steamer n til stop ovirnipht in onlor Ijoung vins were hunting Herman tusKs; uom iiie colds that distress us, ies were mndc up and started off to got that e havo passed tho flood and on liquid laxatio remedy, Hyrup of Vig It mnv enloy the mag. Kcputabto grocers huso nn equnl in- about 13 Is pleasant to tho ta.te nnd by acting pi ntly y und the hents thatjsralt us, and the their fortune. I want to mnke the erow n! years old, left hW gun, n rlft leon fought sixty battles, while Grsnr that excursionists by nayliglit, lralnir With weary feet wo scenery terest with the breaking cnthoJrfdnoys, liver and bowels to cloansa of nlflccnt at 9 a. m , begins a never-enpleurUiethnt Bjab.Tuii' and the fevers up a party for the land of (lod. 1 hold up me shining way, until in everorM up tueso frauds,consumers itt tho conn tiKidedwith shut, lying on the fence fought but Jlf ty. In the early st cnecmouy, yMMauioten Uin for by them h5 career he was utterly reckless of Detroit wns He did In my hand a deed from the Vroprtetor ing punornmn of wondrous tcencry. comfort of ASseVSnd j adulterated "f,'n:,Zil0'. t filled with Is buying ut ngood, and road placing with his brother l danger while on tho battlefield, and tlirouirh tho Detroit ririiSSSSSajBitJSSSSSSSSSSHa . ions It Is tho best onux nly rcinedy. not mSkerlhl. world tho away whrn loiter of the estnto. In wbleh he offers to z won't" anlacrto . several jnrtls " ". mcr rnte in,,,, j,,,,.. ,...,... .. ...,.. it... ,i, .ii thU splrjtof fearlessness coutf ibutcil Luke. St. CJal r nasaltsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssl In tiod uoca crer.rlUlD successfully; who will Join the company 10,000 shares .i :."."-"- ouriinirs oer. e s uuuc nini iir Ifitr lw,vnTTif h!i . nltin . Itlln li. tti.tM oft" A on eat deal of stoulinR is Mng dona and this world would bo i very differ- of Infinite value, in a city whose clasp hands and cry out, Jhls was the viof the legitlmato local dealer I being content fence nnd thu dlwlfnrgWtt4iurjWi held uy his armies, there, wns ' that does not go by that name.-Haent world if It were intended for us to streets are gold, whose' Iniy just nlow I lie whi striking harps Heat en!' Horn destroyed. lltirun. right well for a few are gold, whose crowns are gold. You Inunge in. It uin. beliet among the l.ugil.U In stops will Al the left hip nnd passing through hll i WITHOUT WATER. lc niHl VsssssssssssssssssssssssssssH Hi's lime that he h.id never been hours. Indeed it is magnificent Noth- have read of the Crusaders how that 'a, lody, killing him utmost Instantly. THE GIANT'S CAUSEWAY. S.ibl. Alm-n- ami - ( .hrvl Kl VWrTliSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl I snil Indeed the rrorl was nil.' a .Mackinac island nixiuv I p. ' '. ing but tuilti wisdom s,j goodness many thousands of them went off to lleer. AntrIuM. anil Cnmtr. W h Utf li wo I'l .IOM l.,l.lt till. f,t)l,, llllt" 1,.l .Sinrrlran Ue.rrt Mirri We.,,! of the iamou.ll.M-- tormallon ea tUl,y- - Original Joseph .lour-.-. 1're.m cur nt that he carefully, It not in n Thursday, September Oth could havo rn ed th.1 beverage of conquer the Holy Scpulcher. I ask Siieewl i ,, "'.,, . Msk--e you weak and weary, unlit Students of natural history have al, , the tonal of IrrUiid. ,' ,. . . water, or hung up these brackets of you to join a grander crusade not for cow ill manner refrained from exfor work, . .iiiti liming runneuu'iits have been mad with I inning i ways been puzlcd to know "vhethcr Indisposed to exertion, Oliey sh w that stars, or trained tlicseTrolces of rill, the purpose of conquering the scpulIsMackluae hotels at long ng thero wero grent and uM, port. Campbell county. Add tlonn1 po ng himself. Nothing could K- - more the Now pur nerve strength is gonoand Umt your and bird nnd eo inn i I" the truth, for he wns In re- land, providing rates for tho God has cher of n deud Christ, but for the pur- certain animals can lire without water mighty giants, whose homes wero the Charles 1. Musselmun, lervous system needs building up The but to lift His hand .nnd exeursiou tickets. Numerous the whole pose of reaching the throne of a living for a long time In central and south- hills and mountains of (Ireal Britain, Fayelto count'. Increase- - I'arls K al i Meral times nwercly wounded, been arranged for, world breaks forth Mlnto' orchestra. Jesus, uncn an army Is to be made ern New Mexico there lies an ramentc and some if them have left traces ol Morgan idevruMtl). Falmouth. IVndlc bii - he wished to Impress upon his side trips haveamong which are "the from Mncklnne, Hut, after all it isonlyjhe splendors up the recruiting officer examines the desert to which the earliest Spanish their strength and prowess to this day ton county llelssue-Joh- n C Va i (i h,i. the l'llef that gixsl (ortiuie StMi'and the Snow Islands tho latter of a kg's highwav oyer which ne arc volunteers; he tests their cealcht:hc ndventurers gave the namcJorundndel iTho greatest of all their works Is the Fleet, Mnnfordville. Hurt county. Or- ii. er dcsertel him, and that, like the tl.henu. u's paradise Tlekuts will "syeysvsyv to match on to eternal conquests Invulnerable, be gixsl returning n nil regular boats, sounds their lungs; ha measures their Muerta, or Journey of Death. This imnuni siiiim:wiiv on me norm coast iginal widows, etc. Marthn lUiu, (ilas-gu- , inlli-- s he was well-nigsurest remedy is Yon and I hnveseenjtnen who tried stature, they must be just right or desert is over one hundred m les Ions of Ireland. Fin MacCool wns the namo Hood's Sarsaparilla. Juuellou, Iturren count , Ntmh he aluaya made a secret of his many ami trains up to und Including Septem-brrl- J He therefore enjoined, once It purifies the blood, to rest here Thev btilldcd themselves they are rejected. Hut thero shall bo and from thirty to seventy mi es wide, of tho giant who built this wonderful .s. Morgan, Falmouth, lYmllctoii d infers. For excursion tickets immphlets de strengthens tho nerves fWsWsV great stores, incy gathered around n,o partiality In making up this nrtny and Is entirely waterless. This is pathway over the sea. Another f r all, upon tho part of his immediate count. trip, mid all other Inrreates an appetite, and gives sound.refreth- - them the patronage,J(fof merchant ox inrlst. regard-In.- - scrlptive of th vthntever your moral or known to le a fact, as every mile of jt j nnmed lieiiandouner lhed just oppo-ha- s Om: of the grvat.t rviiwiU ner st.i'f the most absolute silence formation call on your local tlekel ing siecp. uel Hood's and only Hood's been traversed dnrlnc 'ho nasi site, on the island of Slnffn flfivuillm! princes. The olce of tthelr bid shook physical stature, whatever your dissiall circumstances of this nature, agent or nddtess D. t. IJnw .... in Clark county wus tho two weeks unit, (1 I' whatever the money markets. A.hey bad stock pations, jour crimes, iwentytoyears, i ha nearest HipTinniient away over rough sea waters, nnd Fin meeting nt tho Christian church at for it is almost impossible to calculate A . C. II .V I) II It . Cincinnati, o Hood's Pllla cure all llvrr Ills. He. wnter this desert Is the Ornude, MacCool wanted to get lilin to come In the most sm cewful railroads, and in whatever your weakpesses. and dtwmlerwhleh would have from tlir ... U - ..,. Ford It elided with M. additions. 5S of tililnh I. It ki,m,.,I K. Ih. In... nv.. tn 1IKOV 1.1... rUII... IIlt...i.i.- B nWK ., ... iu l..l., 11111, ... ... ,u,LV bit, . ' safety deposits" creaU'jolls of rov- - a commission DR. KILMER 'S CI II from the Lord Al- '- w h.e resultenl fnun the slightest report hoDa HIMdo dmwn't iirnnilse ii.au but dr l all a itMiU "IU,W"U; ,V."'nr 7 reunion of the confeit- - or the smallest doubt relntltr to hisei-!- . be tells va he's InfoVilM Arkatuaw dc Hit They had emblnr-onc- d mighty to mako up this repiinent of range known as the Caiallo. mount-- , pillars right acrovs tomakea nid upon eminent secuntiev ,,,: nl",u,nl Thoiu lubl- ' nee Upon the single thread of thU a Cat. carriages steeds, redeemed souls, and I cry: "Arise ie ulna, which aie almost Impassable to which he might walk dry shod, ' rate association of Hardin county. says tradition. . life depended not only the fate and depart, for this is not your rest," manor beast. footmen, that,, confounded plate her day nt luc (.rove, mn Cheap lUruraliina In the Yteat. Previous to lS0this desert wns In Wc can not wonder that wild stories! "n hvU t1"" lords and senntors wlfo sat at their Masy of you baVe lately Joined this an i'o eminent of a great rmplre, but famrabto oportunlt) An company, and my desira is that you habited by vast herds of antelope. nd legends have grown up In this U "V ''V'y attended, not only by tin i hole policy and destiny of Karopc for rtslllnff the table, tapestrr on whjch floated the and inu.i imnluvtht the county, but from the os w ell. Chicago Herald. There are some antelope there now. (weird and grand spot, where- the rocks lK"P'e richest designs of foreign looms, splen- - mny all Join It. rerthmsof tK t aad imitliwrat will N Many went take such fantastic klo.i-- ., ... ,. .v.,,. surrounding country. a(Tonlel by the) Up"w makers' low rate Why not? Yon know in your own besides coyotes and olhei wild anlmnl. dor of canvas on tlie jn all, exquisite- from Louisville. The principal eursWns whkh hatcl.vti arroiitndby the nets of music rising among pedestals hearts' experience that whit I have rrom Ma to September Is the rnlny hlo all sorts of artificial structures. It dress wns made by t oL Itenuett ad ON WING A WEEK. CLvRiV wth WeslMTi litrn II. fortlweex. natural thot n simple and Imagl. of bronze, nnd dropping, 'soft as light, said about this world Is true that it js season in i ms region, nnrt the moisture rurH)as wilt bo oW on Hepl. tlthan,13Mli, Young who spoke on "The Women of i on snow of sculpture. Hero let them no place to rest in There are hu n. j derived from the scanty hertMge might native people, like the early Celtic 1I. I'rlcat lllrd llrllr.r,! lo I j tJns it BH1 (Vt Vlh, to ikiImIs lu nertliiTctern , lows, western Vtltlitml llr.tlna;. Noitli Dakota, rest. Put back tho embroidered cur- dreds here weary oh, how weary-we- ary do sumctent to sustain life; but during tribe that dwelt here long ago. should the i.tnfoleraey." . Finis (.ussy, a negn tough, was I with sin, weary with trouble: the other eight months thero isu'tn wrnluln that resemblance by fable nnd LaneaslAr, nit American naturalist. Mouth Dakota, Manitoba, .Srlrtsaka, Lolera-dotain, and shake up tho pillow of down. Wtotnlnir, I uli. Montana atnl Idalto, shot and killed near Fredouiu by Spe- who has spent years m the west stsfi la lad rii ia.ui.i a faaa halum iikaaa svltlilt Turn out the lights! It' IS o'clock. weary with bercejnent. Somcof you drop of ssater obtainable, and the vego- - fancy All round the grand cliffs of cial siul tv in .t Constable Thomus Hugg. "llngg ..a--- t of ITaKkln, ..-studying ris ii mniau r the bay arc rows of pillars, tall ohlrn Let slumber dropon the ejellds and have been pierced through and tation is as dry as tinder. the birds j tweatv days f row .late ol sale It is claimed that manv wild nnlmil. neys. clusters of nines like tlm r.1 nf and (oiistHblu Akridge went to t.lenu's i),.-- r has eomo to the conclusion thitl I r,l' ln through. You carry tho scars of a wHIJ."l ,lo'f.".,r ro," air float through thelhalf-openelat to wbkh a wnrraut. l.'leim was ..u thket. are sold n orgun, nnd nt a rugged sKt where! house to .i.- - .1. the . MgHtr itfAT KIDNK LVERss tice drowsy with midsummer perfume, thousand conflicts in which you have feed In the early morning, and thereby iVrfitlirrbifariwsthsa.call uaernldren 01 moisture from me tock cr.tstais seem t In? stacked In Hriiitil nnd .ttlempted to hoot Akrldgo Stand back, all cart;, anxiety and bled at every pore; and you sigh. "Oh, .luiaia au can Ry tb lonrest without ret- Atfeuis of w. tloaf Hae. lime He has seen me dying for a whole ktraaiilnc mfs ami weuumi iHionaiic.Q trouble' Hut no! they will not that I had the wings of a dove, tlmt I the dew nCiich covers the vegetation; hundreds of thousands, low down un st hen Hugg llreil. iiBm-'iiKiin- i will l WkiU.1. free, ihhmi to W eiiurits in llender- - h.,k night and day. w It hout repo might fly away nnd be at rest!" You cut In tho elevated region of Jornada ,,cr the shelter of the tremendous Luidftigo, pain in joints or back, brick dust ia stand beck. They rattlo the lattice. A. Thnall. (lateral l'ssiXT su.1 TUhrl They look under thejeanopy. With have taken the cup of this world's there is no sensible prieimtntion of 'cliffs, thecauewny runs out to the sen. I """ ,mT' provided Ice water for the 1 in frigate bin! ean feed collect orine, frequent calls. Irritation, Inflammation, Itallwsy, Afrettt ClrHwn A These pillars or columns wero form pirks of that clt pleasure and drank It to tho dregs, and dw in the dry seaon. travel, ulceration or catarrh of the bladder. rough touch they startle his pulc for IW nest ami even sleep on Oismfii. Tin. corn crop of Powell count Is th. The most desolate territory In North ed by the action of heat. Long, long They cry out at 12 cVclock at night, still the thirst claws at your tongue, lnf. ApiKircntly Its wings ean In Tus saddest "Awake, man' How can you sleep and the fever strikes to your brain. America, south of Labrador, is the pen- ago. during those terrible and tremen- said to Ui Utter than for years not-- lie i introlled automatically or by reflex las. hel.ir leiWlMUalffttabv. a tlie worwl re h a wann rkllns nUiousness. headache, indigestion or frout. ithstnndiiig n six weeks' drought. when things are so uncertain? What You have chased l'leasure through insula of Lower California. Capo Sat dous convulsions f nattsrs vhlch moldfit.i-without the wcr of Its will out driviot; a Invigorates, cures kidney Johx W. t;iuv, n .young iu.ui, wlnln an it probably mUpts llMlf to take wtUi s irtrt Austla iTe sai lUilllog tHoae iWBcuitles, Bright's disease, urinary troubles. about those stocks? Hark to the tap every valley, by every stream, amid Lucas is the extreme southorn point, ed the face of our own country, a stream of fiery lava was spread over a Moiling the residence of James Lewis, aihantagc of the tipwnril or bearlnir of that it Isyour district! every brightness, and under every nnd about ten miles north of this . Three lluma. el,rr' l.iraralwns How if you should die soon? Awake, shadow; but just at the moment when spur of mountains runs from west to Bret part of the counties of Antrim ai. iiurnsi.ie. wnssii.n and nc lias slaec f,,nt f the wind, which Prof Lang au.1 lrthvret vll .... Scrofula, malaria, general weakness or debility, man! Ihink of n,u...s i,i.- -. s ma Tw all larts of th.- Wat A; Ht Paul ItiUlwsj if Who svill ret your you were all ready to put your hand east, or from the Pacific to the gulf of am' Londonderry A stream we can ' uioi. i.cwis is under at rest, necuiedol ,, - i.,. ,i.... ,. . i,i, a.iiii. it niii-theCliksMM Milwaukee quickly a run down properly when you are gone? What upon the rosy, laughing sylph of the Ix)wer California, forming, as It werc.a hanlly cnll It, but rather a mighty Hie crime lnnls in snaring, and pro(Ms.'s lo iinn-- i inn iick at ifM.i.nr lir ii.constitution and makes the weak strong. basin You ttveol btuhI .MkKii, cvi.ru mi of near in his flying maehltie The I.. s f f nr return lasMUww wltlitn on w urusBlstaSD cents ana 91.00 Slxe, win they do with it? Woke up! wood, she turned upon you svith the mostly towanl the cape. This, basin Is ocn "' t'ollingolnck. scnlo mav Itunir te .( .!, will '; tlie. covered with a dcnse.growth of inc Kinietiiing of lhes I'aunilcra' Ferry. MndlvMi ejiyity, was spread of the frigate bird's wing la clsi mm awl'JisBiliilolwy, sr.al "fBnlldj CiUd to ItMlta tre. Ctara&ulca fiH , Riches sometimes tak' wings. How If glare of a fiend and the eye of a satyr, .. :.... . ; w 11 lewberll linn j you should get poor?' Walia up!" JUs-- l her locks adders, and her breath tho dwarf trees, growing luxuriantly- out great natural forces when you learn utiiMit Dr. Eimtw & Co DtnotuMTon. K. T. """"'rr- groat, an.t u vnn uy at "?, of r.!r.- i r r fwrKi..? !Mfnsstte apr1 - l.i th (I. 11, ,.... ctat eeHIMHi iMirt Mieat r luklrra , ... ,n ng on one elbow. the$man of fortune chill damp of a grave. Out of Jesus of the daziling white sand. Not a par- that this wave of Killing hot basalt hat storm near !:uud Hill. irr sijjs; ei i iiiiii vi.. ..i,.' . Tlie Orenfest Medical Discovery lool.s out into tho darkness of the Christ no rest. So voice to silence tho ticle of vi r face, water Is to be found cooled down Into leds of hard rock one (leaknil tVaier sad Ttekl .i.tMMiii.ACK, nn uxlunsm' t Ui eo to nap Its wing mneU. In fact. Pnf. IlKtri-oya- , room, and wipes thodampness from his storm. Xo light to kindle tho dark- - anywhere ln this basin, and, strange ns thousand feet deep In some places', and luier of Shelby county, who Lungley and others Intcnwtcd In fly- AKBt, LlHCago. IB. of the Age. In tutaccn clrHo iu U forehead, and says: ing machines might study the moveAlas! For all nesa. .No dry dock to repair tho split It may seem, this place has man deer. spread oscrnn nrca of over eight hunsetCnrniroa "Your waater irr.ml-dtThe Mexicans living at tins place, dred square miles. " all "Not If t know has become hopelessly insane. II- this scene of 'wealth and magnifi bulwark. ments of the bird with profit by luenus tle with bwi I hu causeway itself is a long pier or i It; It's my turn Una' - ICU.IJrdUch Thank Ood, I can tell you something wncn asked whero the deer get w,itcr, cence noresi: en of Msrcy's Instnnt.meous prot.rrApht, thouvht to hnwI passed down a street of a city with better. If thero Is no rest on earth reply that there is none and the ,ircr j mole, on which you may walk for two brought on by a sunstroke .hLlihj The atbatniss, that "king of the high MEDICAL DISCOVERY, 'hundred yards out to sea otcr thli sustained nlioiit two enrs vg and ua," as Mr Irfincaster calls It, Is Linus ran penasncatly lullfy tbet. a merchant. is rest In Heaven. Oh, ye who do not rerjuiro any. Ho knew all the finest there Ho ,,,,,...1,. ., I.1.I....1.. fi,t;nv-l- . .n..1A.1 The cast and west matli o,' T...-- . ........v ... m-IIChouses on the street. He said "There are worn out with work, your hands cumulus. I. - from the clfceU.if whluh hu has in ur Inrger than the frigate bird, but if It fol- comrlla with tlteaa's Hblihurcoceots TONALD KENNEDY, cf ROXBURY, MASS,, Uul's illr sad Wbtaker 1'je, of nil fully rceowrcd. Is something the matter in all theso calloused, your backs bent, your eyes California abound In islands, some of hind nre the mighty cliffs lows a vcmcI for four or flveda)s, It Has discovered In one of our common All around houses. In that ono It is conjugal In- half put out, your fingers worn with which are a few hundred vnrils ndi lars ranged against them. of Marion county has to ret on a rock or on the sh'p Is alwsjsgoof Tin riKfll klu.1 of .iiol--r ouc-thlpasture w eeds a remedy that cures every and shore aro strewn with broken !ias had no ruin sluco .luno -- s. iiiki - a fer anuetJuBi; - Item's lleru Cl sell's Mugaxlne. kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula felicity. In thnt one a dissipated son. the needlo that in this world you may amoter, and other miles In extent mil pmura oi rocK. iney are re-In that, a dissolute father In that, an never lay down; ye dlseouragcd ones, wun few exceptions devoid of seetn- - "u "u"-me uiiKiti pro.pcl cter kiininl down to a common Pimple. llall'a ( aUrrlt I'urs tion and utterly svaterless. An " ,,,n t'cach in nil sorts ol four weeks since for' a corn emp ian ' pilr1 He has trleJ it in over eleven hundred Idiot child. In that, the prospect of who have leen svaglng a la a ConstituUftBsl tura Price 3c THE MARKETS. sjx-n- t r-l a day, and ..mv "trange groups. Far down In the clear dwindled down to almnt caes, and never failed except In two cases bankruptcy." This world wealth can flght for bread; yo to whom the night enn who hi i iho Tits world I. full of txMtr-srwho do not (both thunder humor). He has now In his give no permanent satisfuct iun This Is brings little rest and tho morning more times two days, on each of tiinv,. wter of this rocky shore you may see iverugc, and the end is not et ITi issan Am, a ( eaniatjatM lieg for money llsni s Worn UVKNUVK fragments of pillars strewn possession over two hundred certificates not your rest. drudgery oh, ye of tho weary hand, Islands, reiHirts having found ther. the Pi'la" W T CtiiTiilt, white, uhnrg.-.ejrfl butehera . Ui I 10 if. 4 el of Its- value, all within twenty miles of Where thoy stand atlciiipted I X Thn only ater " "ie fea lottom. You and I have seen men fry In an and of the weary side, and tho weary coyote.orwlld.log. nsnnlt on Mrs. liiii.f Boston. Send postal card for book. Gcsltsivkerii.. IU the thirsty coyote mav drink is the ' ""'HsturWd they nre In rows and W cstcrllehl, a village near ()ivenl n hllHKP other direction. A man says. "If I foot, hear me talk about l est! AFTER THE GRIP, jav A benefit is always experienced from the Look at that company of enthroned salt water of the Pacific. Hut doe. he ' tock, but tho u11'1 waves of thli ;ould only rise to such and such a place I l fnim the ollleers brinri'ii: 'dm fsJI8'--lilitr- s- W rmciirKinU, fevers, or ottier (Wallltstlng first bottle, and a perfect cure Is warranted of IU lllrlt- HhNt-- Vo tsmllr inter tin t PI it. or does he 'get along u ithmit ' f,tormy coast hae forced their way In liiOiM-nslnirones. Look nt their hands, look at drink your ouloVrtt way to git fieh unit renown; if I could gain that otfJce; nnd Is ut large in of. v, hen the right quantity Is taken. I ml strength U with Dr. (lolden Mnlieal ' fierr- were taking him n einni.it UltAlNJ re. I ' .so. It enn any drinking water at all" ir are a"lo,lr l,,fm nuU torn owny norc H When the lungs are affected It causes If I eould only get the stand and havo their feet: look at their eyes Duenvrry. That giies purity to your blood, Corn-mixed sa ,1: t t w J ami rspklly bulkh up route to avoid a mob. shooting pains, like needles passing my sentiments met with one good not be that thoso bright ones ever these animals of the smithin st ike kt lloa.li nml atrrngth. n!p hca l encroaching here. It Yes yes' -These packed tho the camcl.w hlch has n second .,in.iel, through them; the same with the Liver or round of hand clapping applause; If I toiled? M M t.HT ii..- - pr.1 fIla-.NnioiiM v .iami.s ?trs New, of II II in Bow els. 1 his is cau eJ bv the ducts be:onld only wrlto u look thnt would Chinese ten bo.xes, and through mis- which is usod as it reservoir for water """I'1 ""'''n ns if suoh rock fortitlco-an- pared H suit which will lie tiled m 'he nillAUO MeilluiB til Mint, finite hail HIOI II lel an stuck of mnnlra, Is tilled by the camel before going tlonH a thvfLi could resist even the ing stopped, and alwas disappears In a live ormake a speech that would thrill sionary Instruction escaped Into glory. ( lloyd circuit court bi C. II. ( hristm .h. .1 tiiltonroil hi bion-tfllt.M' week alter taking It. 'Read the label. long desert Journeys, and drawn ,ucW of w"'1 a wnves; but, strange to the plalntltr. :ig:iliit the t hea.. uke PKOrKlOSv e or do an notion ithat would resound!" Theso sweltered on southern plantaand inifumo. LAIfl If the stomach Is foul or bilious It will The tidii turns in.hls favor mtw rc ""e oes oeiense uud Ohio nillriMd for SlO.OiK) ilaiu..i.'1-- a. lltPTKIt---- I'rtlue alaiBRi . nln. Her huabsuj V Ills name tions, and one night, after the cotton TiDoii for water when needed' It i. .vlien '":" tmire lUiry II wnteaii "I feel urall-tle- il cause squeamish feelings at first. water Is tho enemv. On manv l hristmau and 1'fliBe I'irU.ler rrrir.err W ten thousand lip. is on He is picking, went up as white as if they salt! that tlie A ml is, knowing this, l hi. nm wen m with lite dim if No change of diet ever necessary. Eat . .. ynur womlrrful medi. never been black. Those died on when themselves suffering from th rst, shores where the land lies low and the Jun-- while driving across a railnMil AI'I'I-- I1l)l..v-N'e-1'erMM ler tW..., :i.i .e I to w r. i rs i the best you can get, and enough of it. bowed to nnd sought after, nnd had I'd Cine. I snndsnre ever shifting, and the marshes nlvanced. .Men 'drink his health at otertoll in the Lowell carpet factories, slay their camels and appropriate their nre It to mi) Dose, one .iblespoonful in water at bedIf, and ferl ni:v onic ilooded lit high tide, tho land la track and collided with the eoinu great dinners. Athisfier.t words the and these in the Manchester mills; ssnter supply. JJ". V. World. tl am ilninjr idem S ' time. Sold hv all Druggists. gaining nnd the sen recedes; wlillo on engine. Jlr wife wm not OHAI.V- - WtKwt So. I Ninth a thoso helped build the pyramids, and multitudes huzia3 From galleries of Mii'ite f to tsrdirm tier P..hio.ss issued the other day: ng. as ss , coasts such as this, where the precious DAYS OF GRACE. iift - rert . beauty they throw ganands. From theso broke nway from work on the ilulhi for V ik1. riifilllnl.t ..t.l.,...l COlt.V N.s t HllHSl. - ............. ! .,.f.L latin seems guarded by strong rocks, ...... i:,Hip,ri, I..1IIHIIII. Ix iu(iutli. Mm Iim Mns. NtAU housetops, as ho.paM.es in long proccs-H"- day Christ was hounded out of Jerusa- I A Ilrlln of Anrlrnt Hula That la CamIm aik M'.if M'. . IIovil eounte. Ilwreiise. .Iei.ke Ii ,.l TsiillK-.V- MUrrt m rs UsiO two imttlrt of the land loses and tho sea gains. HIS .s lll'l 10, II OoMen Medlrsl niaooirrv.' cinj , now abss they shnko7 out the national lem, So more towers to build; Heaven .t jr. IS THE I ST. to do all Im work. 1 think It the finest These cliffs built of separate columns lliiehnmiu Lawrence county; i.c go ISlftl- - W lern , NOnQUrAKINQ. 'jn. nrds. Hero let lum rest. It Is 11 is done. No more trurments to weave: Days of grace as applied to commerBedkinc n lu- worjl, and I m, Kistefullr, llll'AOtl of stone, nre peculiarly liable to bo W l.ee, llroekvillc. liraekgn com ty, i, at night. , On pillow jour frUtxl, 5. CORDOVAN, j. PKOUII-WUi- lcr stuffed I the robes are finished. So more bar-- cial paper Isu medieval survival which broken down by wind and wave: : so e 3 n . .. Willlain liruiumett, l.ru..v OltAIN-WVisi u Jrru wim a nation's jiraise let him lie down. csts to raise; the gamers are full. Oh, has long lost its meaning and excuse e',,I M xxg nevertheless the causeway, built not ton, Kockcastle count ; John W.Uuh., Mt,rihf M'.aJ M So ti 4.Vf.yFlNECAlfiKto6AP01 Iln-- li all disturb&nt voncs. . In his sons and daughters of toil' arise ye and for being. In olden times cominuniea ("nrn -- No J Lebanon, Marion county. Ony n.il by giants, 2 :,d' puu .No ; IriMin let thero b hoisted a throne, depart, for that Is your re st, 3.P0lICE.3Sous. tion often made difficult and uncertain nature in but by tho giant forces of widows, etc. Sophie denies, Dat' m, the days when the world wait '... i Keovlll McCallum. n lmy of my Sunday- by reason of tnl across it march a coronation. film bad roads and oung, will stand for many a on woxKY iiinriiNED, long day Campbell county. Mexican War sHr. IAKli-Stea- m EXTRA FItlE. Ui Hush hush! "W'ake up!" says a rough -school, while dying, said to his lack of facilities, compelled debtors to et. St. Louis Ivors -- Increase. Jackson Holmes Al II M.TIMOUK. Itcpubllc. 2.l.7JB0Y5SCHMlSH3E3i n ,'e rolltleiiljlentiment is chnng-'n- g mother; "Don't cry. but sing, sing. demand nnd receive pome latitude as rteiun-rsm- iii . . . : to ton, Anderson county. aitAIN-Wh- eai LADIES. N,i I How if you should ln.0 this place to time In meeting their obligations, MS There l ret tor the rarr, Tin: drought Is doing much ilninure .... f,ft sr The mm) n Id ilia Is a popular nation-- j UHr5 VeiUJMZTTi a f honor weary.' iVokdnp! The morning which discretionary period came to be Tbero Is rest for the . Metcalf i. ft CnHMllvr n4 f)pl It was In exlstcnco In Iliix. 1, ,M.county. rs nte so fnll of itenunulation. Then, putting his wasted hands over called "days of grace." Now a promise al dance of Spain tf II to p.ip whotaftt wrkk Umior Ailh molhu run waiaw,uc who was recentItMIK'-MrSun Ildi ki'u to tho execrations of those w ho his heart, said: "There Is rest for to pay al any particular time only as early as tho time of Cervantes., who ly appointed tit'ioi.r.v. ma, tbould di Vw iCar tot rw.i .nnlini an IIAITI.B-Kl- rai 4 3rt wq quality Judge of the court of ap5 ISA mentions It in Don Quixote, but whethtniumpllon It ht mnI 11 BROCKTON. AIAS3. on. e aressedyou. means tliren days nftcr that time night me." t so lliauiMiifl. (tbil notlii)r-HuVeu can save raoner by wearing the er it was native in Spain or was intri h peals to till thu unexpired term ol ther will Imj multitudes sneering at INIIA.N',IS'I.K till rft hfttl toUI Hut there nie some of you who want There is no advantage in it sun if IV. i.. Douglas 03.00 Baoe. Ilia th bfi(suh vyrup. iiucc.i ny tne floors is unknown. There Judgu llenuctt, has written that he IIAIN' Uheul No. S ,. . days sultH both parties as . Isvordr winch last night sou expected to hear ulioiit tho land where they thirty-thre- e Tteeaa.. w. .,. th. t.r...t n..ni..i, . Cold trjwbrt. rorn-.S- n. are three kinds; Xcquldlllas Manche-ga- s. will not buu cnndldato for tho uillcc . amliMl Vi!STS?5',,,b,'M.o'irsraateiafUr , would iininlrersallvaUiiiireil. How can never have any heartbreaks, and no well or better than thirty days. It Out Nu. J mliiil before tlm peoplu at the November u fiulck, lively dance; ficiiuldillaa taniEEHEEl "iMP fWlrPfjvW.,,, d.p.nd ffi'svTkirKtUiT.alirbRll gravsare dug. Where arc your father might as well lie put down thirty-thre- e election. Judge Grace, of Oidlx, will iaiiisvii.m: Its mliWlfaia'i proPti. Our thors qul enrtom upon the next turn,' oft tho great trag- - und mother? The most of yon are or- days on thu note and mabc the rl4!gn-tio- uoierns, measured and statoly, nnd .iiitn..winiM- - ..,.,... r t Uitanas, melanchully nnd nrobablv xi lcclel thnuirh onooseil lw l,,y? 'P. ",u" OJLthls pillow!" Tho phans. 1 look around, and where I . 61 rend Just what it meast and not ro ' -s-i-. sentimental, with much squirming and llisbop, of l'aducah, and Itobertson, of inl.-MI-torn .siueu. tb Tilua rlTfn lhn my olbtr make. Tak. m rcb- - man. with head yeTJhot ftom his last see one man who has parents eiI living I something different. UK Hll EH Will tw Istlng of the body. cuiuw. ji jour airr cannot ju pplj you, wo can. Words nre sung uraves. , oration sturts up suddenly, looks out sen ten who are orphans. Where are A custom which perverl. iungunge I'M iu A ttiinsT is said to have warned I). II. LAItl) blrsm LU Ikat , u w upon tne night but.seea nothing ex- your children? Where I see ono family when uniformly recognized md gener- by tho dancers, nnd sudden pauses Meyers." fumlly that n terrible cyclone In striking attitudes. cept the How er that lie on his Hand, circle that Is unbroken I sec three or ally understood does no particular will visit the iclnlty of PnHna, or the sor-'frem vblch he read hla four that lime been desolated. harm. Reformers who dei.re. to havo 7 Tamil ct Fttnti t ift The eontre danse, mlsevlled conn-.r- y llracken count , .'vptcnibnr V. peeeb or tho bookiJJfrbm which he gone out of this fold; one language Its own exponent have, howOne Up Church, Tiik Mt. hhanm Dairying" qnotcd his authorltUf. and goes back flower lamb from that garland; one ever, succeeded in getting days of dance Is first mentioned in r'rauce, near Hopklnhvlllc, Methodist to the plucked they won't get you Pcarline. Let them tonWo.1,, ful in.iructlo. Lo. toiecut burned to his desk u fiaih nlsTneirlected cor- golden link broken from that chain; grace abolished In (allforois, Oregon, mis taken to Kiiglnnd, improt-- l and ground. llllhcr (lfJe Producti .u, try it for themselves, and see if they don't clntroduced to tho I'reuch In 1715, respondence or to yeajjan indignant here a bright light put out, nnd thero ' Vermont, Wisconsin, and after Janu Man.u.Mi I1olmi, of the Temple lino to some rep.jrter,?r sketch the another, and PlOftE BOnEB say that washing with soap is too hard omler another With arynext in New York 'Inl Imposes where it became popular. As u form wiW BETTEH PH1CE such griefs, how are you to rest? Will on banners tne necessity f keeping in jf composition it lias been n fntorltc, theater, Louisville, has refused to book for any woman. am Less Labor ignore Money assaults of the people. Happy when there ever be a power that cun attune mind in what state the expression Beethoven having written no less than Madeline Pollard ut any price. ' .' .. a Tliis hard work that Pcarline -- .B" .. he got his first lawyer's brief; exultant that silent voice, or kindlo tlie luster thirty days meuns thirty-threI'ostmasthii appointed n few dayi i. pi.dlul niaaci , It is a .welve, while Moart has left u lurgo vm Normandy when he triumphed over his first polit- of that closed eye, or put spring and burden and n.nuisunce, and the bank. lumber, and tho contro danso form In ago; O. D McCnrty, Mount Salem, r..Ne) system. saves isn't the whole matter; it saves DANISH DAIRY BYSTfM i ical rnal, yet sitting on tho very top dance into that little foot? When we rs are almost of one mind In favor of ommon In Haydn's symphonies nnd county, vice Naomi Jones, re EUtlN money, too money tlut's thrown :oncert works. t, tan Uouti j.o.p.ri.jr SCPARATOR 8Y9TtM of all that this world'offers of pralso, bank up the dust over the dead, is the abolishing days of grace everywhere. signed, and W. H. McDuniel, Oluton. a, ikTJ j he exclaims, sjo riatl, no rest!" nway in clothes needlessly worn out The organization formed to procuro Ohio county, vice J. It, McDanlel, re WHl. fo, IM. V.luafcl. laftnMUcn. sod never to be broken? Is the cemeA little fellow hud been seriously .rplkaUM. (Ml, uM .41 ,'Zll u".n The vary world"1 that now applauds tery to hear no sound but the tire of uniform legislation In all the states fasigned. and rubbed to pieces when you wash Atoii K.LESPISASSn ecturcd by his svill soon hiss. That.vtorld said of tho the hearse-wheal- , of I'aiimkiis from or the tap of the bell vor this reform nlso Ea. Sk". Colvmljl.n Merchants do nto tho garden mother und tlnully sent 2aa u I .1'. . by main strength in the old way. to find u switch with JchMimlne county dlffurent portions llllull ll.rr AihicIiiImii, great Webster "What a statesman! at the gate as the long processions not. oujeoi to anu common sense ap say thut tho heavy CHICAGO He re fall of rain the other day hug almost come in with their awful burdens of proves it. The reason for .lsys of grace "hMho "" " h" punlaliiN. That appeals where is the man who "al ""WtM expoattion or tne "i'l Unlbrthn nunTrni t,t0,,un S nMjor any position." grief. Is the bottom of the grave no longer exits, and win, their nboll-- "rnf1' l ,M)"n nn'1 M,,l?nut ' (;o",,, a stonu entirely destroyed tho tobacco crop unuLctlA wouldn't want to have the washing iieros gravel, and the top dust? No! no! no! tion In tho financial renter of the inmiciii inuiiiiiiii, The hall was us largo us hickory nuti made easier cun throw ut me. 1,'imton (U7cttc. and the edges when he can save monev bv it? scons' compounds The tomb Is only a place where we country It will be inconvenient and uh sharp as rocks. The Peddlers and omo unscrupulous rrocers will lell ni. A Sure Cure and Proventlve. II Is a sot. H ,'s a libertine. foolish for other states to retain this wrap our robes about us for a pleasant loss w ill be nbout 25,000. ' Nodd My father-in-laas good u" or "tho time ti Pesrline " IT'S Away with hi ml". And there is no nop. on our way home. The swellings now worse than useless institution. und I havo At bharpsburg, Ornnt llakcr shol sought a horse and carriage together. Taylor Clcmena through reirline U never ticuilleilt If ynur crorer end peme for thcinanftintll he lay down of Jordan will only wash off the dust Boston Ulobe. tho heart, kill-you an Imitation, Lo honcat ttnJ it bJt. JAMBS I'VLli, New York. I'odd How do you manage about Ut Ins broKen heart Jo the grave at Marsh-fiel- d of the way. From tho top of the grave ril.r. Kl monaj- - for Ufa mala si Ifci.l. Ing him Instantly. Maker Kve him Wigwag walking in the country II. Ji tout. a UM.ua airaat, CIIICAkO. ILL. up the expenses? Nodd Kasy Jeffrey thought that If he could we catch n glimpse of the towers iclf up. A mob of blacks formed to THE POT alJurBUraria.Njavwn.ama, 6aw this sign: "llewsre the dog." inough. Ho keeps tho horw! and I keep on INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE! be judge that would bo the makglinted with the sun that never sets. hang linker, and they very nearly sue ELYS CREAM 6AIM CURES La ing ' him got to bo Judge and cursed Oh ye whose looks are wt with the There buing no dog in sight, he wrote She carriage. N. Y. World. jeeded, but thu ollleers slipped him 1 THE COOK HAD NOT USED under the sign, "Where be the dog?" tin tav in which he was born. Alex-ati'i- ir dews of the night of grlfcf; yo whose Philadelphia Kecord. Missionary Hero you've- been eat- iwny to tho Mt. Sterling Jail. n "!rl u anted to submerge the world hearts aro heavy, because those Miir. Mack Aniujiuia, of I'rankfort. PRICE 50 CENTS, AIL DRUGCISTSf!; ing human flssh again! Have you footsteps sound no more at the wi'iumdreitijeiij submerged It and "AIosl" slghod t(K)k morphine and arscnio the other ull my precepts? Cannibal thio, iran himself to death because doorway, yonder Is your restl There Is looked up hnmhly the sack coat, unit may die to the silk hat tow- Oh, no! I didn't tuck my napkin I T RUPTURE Jay he emmi not stand the trouble. Hums David triumphant) but once ho beunder bho with suicidal Intent, nnd above on the street. "I fear quarreled with her husband be E E ti.u.,1 ee n0Ujd give everything If moaned Absolom. There is Abraham ering not cutItout for u gentleman." I ny chin. Puck. CANCER was lause hi wanted to go lo hear llreckln-ildgh io ,u tjjclavor of courts and enthroned; but once wept for Surah. Indianapolis Journal TUMOR ut tlcorgetown, and when In Such as our motive Is our aim must GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS. the shouts of There Is Paul exultant; but he once sat on it and innld addru aodnaCif of tlidtaea.t n be; if thjs bo K'i vile, .that can ne'er started to go she. took thu ill ' K ery brave mau U svhen poet nnd with his fcivt In the stockn. There U i li Ing pievlously warned hltii ug, hslit SAPOLIO n'enalnrocJitJ t tuan (if kill free. Cowptir. thut fjr jjci ), la clti, Vllfrslv JU orutoi UCu jyttji,y,i rjr adoring his rayson radiant with immortal hciUUn , word. Cornells SHOULD be in KITCHEN. nculd Jo to If he wvnt S& m??i!&& itH-u- Wf,B,ih. '' Mwjg&. Miffi1.. -- ' to tnahcnl. Kurope .Irik. tremble at Ms power; inndo it tremble, d'oro throbbing from who II.. then died, his entire military achieve- - No tremor In the everlasilni re,t-Per- ngonlalng co'iilt'i to aiZt;1-feet 1 M v' x ' ArtMlMl for l.Btt2""h,t4!:n D0X CAR 8llln Fraudulent Clrorerln Vttrmiit to nunc. Ohio 1 unncn. Jhants. ','! KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. At Wat-wood- n.euts.lw.ndllngdowt.toapnlrofm.l- lints boo U hlch he insisted on having I r? man "ff ' mm,i ,to?5.?MlSta!.fff4l"Urt . ,0 lmve bccn th,C reCnt ,oc"Ul' Tr ' socrnl"" "?,,lrrft: trnnR,col, Wlckllffo the largo tobacco ware , houso owned by Messrs. John John Rich and John Wlckllffe, on account ol but operated this season by Mr. Miller, Hlgheit of all In Leavening Power. Latest U.S.Gor't Rq)ort, WriXrS.XISiir.itfC l,lS& m. :et ''M. l"-n- , Baking Royal Powder Absolutely pure -- "" -- sllvcr-longue- . . eus-tom- ld at j I k ,, -- -- ;t"i et s .Vo-s.- " "r .N,ii, !,"" r--it Hat-tern- c To-da- thatcmesufim),tt,t r,""""," :.": " irt d m's Sleepless Nights ts -- tiienTTisTI ..j a ir-w- si' -- i H ood's c ures parilla h i ...I riooi Rlicuiiiatism Impure Blood KENNEDY'S STP .3I ci y&nYpvr m? Disordered Liver ' d "'' a Mlns-iitn- ! Htnv-ove- d ,........ i I ....;.' TV-ki- 'l ina-trrU- lt i !fw. i..'..amtlk-sLWi- NiHlb-Wente- in-r- fire-bel- l, i Sivamp-IlootbuiMs- '. em-pl.- - :,. - .., ur a.,! i l, -- to-U- - -- ' vj .),.. f. bo-1- .i- " hand-to-han- d m.-ri- - oiu-lln- - "'' s (!.. s, ' 1 , - No n.t d nt-o- n (. U I - IA. -- PUHfll-Wlstcriwl- em fimm Illo-lon- g l. imiM-hus- $3 SHOE jdF-a.. wr N m x Mli-M- a . Srlfl ift PIERCED CURE foot-pad- s, Jm?k vnhrAm -- j t'orn-Mlie- Oata-Mli- Mi . I.AIIU-Keiini- -,1 w,. J I "" IKKJS-Weai- ern. v.Zm&imSE2!!l n 'iiAtK-wi,ft.-.8- 4j:; MAILED FREE to Date Let the men wash, ft.l-Bl- B . Lin-coi- ' ilUU '" S- con-Ill1- l2 rr.it:"! 1 'mtH wy ili 1 g Beware s 1 i I ririfrlri:! well-know- for-rott- t TH SAPOLIO yseo every I'4