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Hall 1 Hlokaaa, Kentucky, 9K0R0 JA& WARREN, WBARN, j Kdilor Assistant Kdilor : THE ESTABLISHED A HICKM HICKMAN, FULTON STRANGE WAR. Jn i FINE JOB PRINTING COURIER. MAY 17, 1895. KENTUCKY ICXTCCUTED WITH NEATNESS AHD DISPATCH. SALE DILLS, LETTER HEADS. BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC. GAIiTj 3 ENVELOPES, a THE OLDEST NKWSlfol'EK iyVKSTEKJr KENTUCKY. 18.19. A Price of BubRorlpt Ion, 01.00 A him. aimed t SoMvolrifurth, tl a llockford, (111.,) "Christ," una Intro-duce- d In the IlllnuU legislature, nnd COUNTYfY., FRIDAY, VOL. XXX. JiTATE KWii GRESHAM I NO. 27. rLOUDHURST. fg't''Orh Tin: enumeration of children of school ng In Henderson hns been completed, nnd the report shows that thero aro 1.CC3 whites nnd MM colored. to stop bookmaklng at Harlem, Justice .luck. on To the Woman's Relief Corps of tho A WrrrMiig Train l'lungr. Inlnthe Floml. Conflnrt Himself I.arfelr Tiik city council of Owctisboro has the track owner will attempt to cloi.c Onn nf llm t'renr Kllleil, anil Sn.rral Department of Maryland linn fallen tho InterpreIn Inquiries In to the fixed Hits tax rate for thnt city nt $1 00 omiilrl-rr- ,lr tho Iward of trade. (Ico. Ilanklns, prinIn MmIIIimi Taken ' tation of Various Feature of the ilUtlnction of building n national mon person known to on f 100. ine only I rum Thrir llonir In ItoaU. cipal owner of Harlem, President Wm. taw llelil hj th Other Justices. tteen or noticed the rcssel off this ument 10 the unknown dend In tho city . Mil. Ki.iza MiioiiKliKAD hns been apMartin und Secretary J. A. Murphy, of llaltlmore, where was shed the first 'iwere Anton bupantuch and wife, pointed postmaster nt Mt. (lllcnd. UMt.l.oN, )., May 13. A cIoudbiirM went to Corrlgan'a ofllco to talk over Washinoto.v, May 13. Any surmises In defense of the union, blood resilience is high on the lake, It Is evident, however thai Mil. A. It. llot'ltNr. will become a lu this M'cllnn Into I'rldny night tho racing situation In Chicago. John as to tho fato of the Income tax based ho told n rcnrrsent.il U nf il. n only actual experience will ahoW tho member of the faculty of Kentucky wahcd out n nuniber of bridge on the Ilrenock. John Ilurke, Tat Dunne, Joe upon tho conference held Sntnrdny by the following: revenue-yieldinTiik young king of Spain Ih h hand capacity of the remuniversity. Sho is tho first woman to cation. Ucvelaud, Lorain .1 Wheeling, nnd Ullman and Secretary Kuhl wera with the supreme court justice are of little noticed n. Ills rellancoupon tho ultimate nant of the Income-taMime boy, with a quick wit ami n lnw. We shall to bo so honored. Wheeling fc I.ako llrlo railwayk, swell- Corrlgau. Iloth association had lawyers value, for the simple reason that tho LEli a mile off shore about 13 s wns not know before tho end of tho fiscal year brilliant mind, lie Is of the sun- ing rlvulctato rltera o'clock NkaiiI.v eery tobacco dealer In Hen approval of his nnd Inundiitlng present TJicio was no disguising tho conference camo to no doflnlto conay. bhe was. It seemed from ln. misplaced, and it begins to be justified. In June. Tho treasury officials ara niest of temperament mid li n jfrent derson has been notified to anncnr in I'eoplc In Summit and ract that tlie situation was despcrato clusion. Justice Jackson did not degh a glnss. lumbcr-lodei.nriy in tlie history of the wnr be hopeful that the revenues from alt favorite with all who know him. Hu the lowlaiula. were and had -Krle htrcet remoTed from their and that something must bo done at clare positively whnt his position would the middle mast broken In tnn. the city court. They are charged with tween China und Japan, when It was Honrces, which have lately Increased lotes music, but can not sing. operating tobacco stemmerie without reported that the good houkr In boat. The damage will be onco If racing was to be continued this be. He confined himself largely to Inhoving a hard struggle with offices of the In nn encouraging manner, will equal heavy. summer. ares, which were furious all day. license and unlawfully prizing, or put- minister quiries in regard to the Interpretation I'nii.lP Sukuman winti 9J.0O0 dam-li- e ting up, tobacco. It la stated that the China nnd of the United States In tho expenditures before that time. Doth associations agreed to stnnd to- of various features of the law held by The Wheeling A Lake wreckttcned her closely, and she went Jnpau wero frequently em Hut It new sources of revenue ranst from tho Grand Rapid I.'ngrarltig ing MimnlUoii to go to Dalton gether In lighting the common foe, the other members of the court train out two or three tnllas south nt tobacco men will mnko a stubborn ployed ny iKith China and Jnpan, tho be. had where shall they be sought? Co.. because they took n photograph of to repair left fight. Tho brdlnanco violated puts a trestle. Olio mile and a half Clvlo federation. They feel particu"Jingoes" During tho two day which had and then we went upstairs and lilfc haudaome daughter and used It to wckt tax of StO on each ono hundred hogs derived In and out of the congress Some of tho republicans, upon whom larly townrd president W. T. town a had some satisfaction from tho thn Initiative will rest, sav "restore. ai nor Irom the upstair win- - neau or embellish an engraved calomlar with away,of leaving, bridge the born waalird linker,bitter has caused all the trouble. tervened ,betwen,the tllial argumen who only L Sim mut. nnr. nlumr. " untunnortrd '" asserltnn tttnt I tlie MuKlntey duties and ,scure both .ia.wv. 1 V" .out Dia aoMMMt ut.liut Mbaruianfat. m r. fclcmmcn'C.in tHBlTC5nia?'Tjenver'S' no Constant and VsWffnirwl: . WBJali.t,.lsit on nmple reTetie jstvt adeauaAa froV-- ; . T . . plainly one man T'.". v"""" i . nclent for a greater eiiort than n carettoft WAmerretftl nausxrTe,-jjy- i aguisii .. r., tolalMurrltfcTo'f ItliffraTc TpVP II. Olbon, trainmaster, la minting .. . . - ..nKj.a n .. st.,..,.. meir vittirin were "provocative and I at the head of tho greatest gamb- ful perusal of tho statements of coun. . I nml. , , e riirclnir. Wo do not know tho .. i iiiir.K iinnii , The claim fs fallacious, the 'favnts-73- . kiiis in mo wirrc trailing cille, cw la supposed to be buried tinder the ling Institution In the country. If sel and comparison of thoo argu- liamo of tlrfj boat, ihu uocKei oi xnc .iicrccr circuit couru I only of ridicule. Hon Is dishonest. These partisans con but It was a larcc Some of the caKes have been linger York, Chicago and Philadelphia, tho wreck. The Injured are: the Civic federation Is desirous of ment, with tho opinions previously de- one, and npj.rently carried a large s, Owing to the encouragement, veniently Ignore the fact that during foreign born element furnishes VI. 4 i In tho courts for more than twenreforming the town and Mopping livered. Supt. J, K. Stout, arm broken. of "Jingo" senators nnd politi- the four years' run of the McKlnlew crew. No one came ashore, wo are Ing per cent. In Chicago, 2.f.fl per cent, lu ty years. I, X, Mrrwlu, clerk, head cut gambling, It should turn its Attention cians, the minister of Nicaragua ut duties the customs revenues fell olt The subject was. far too grave and sure." New York and fill M per cent. In PhilaTiik Cumberland Presbyterian church Vnshlngton has, possibly without in- 3157,000,001) compared Klremnn Taylor, caught In the wreck-ag- o to Jhe board. This it will not do, of complicated for anybody in Justice IIacinh, Wis.. Ma7 14. -- At 1:30 o'clock with tho preceddelphia. The track owners propose to Jackson' physical condition to com- Monday afternoon, luring the galo, a at Owensboro has a new pastor. Hov. tending to do so, helped to Impress a ing fouryenrs under tho better tariff and can not bo extricated. Kola course. W. S. Danley, who was called from n take a hand In the game of moral If pletely master In the short timo at his farmer nomed llurgari came Into the inrge numoer ot the readers or our of 1SS3. They Ignore too the fact, The lakes of t'ramla, In 1'cmln. con- stllalhe. A brnkeman whose name Is unknown forced to do so. A rnld on Harlem will disposal, and ho wisely contented himnewspapers with tho belief thnt a fail city on horseback from North Point, church nt Charlcrol, Pn. certified to by Secretary Foster tain more salt than any other Ixxly of Piio f. Hkniiv Luirn. of Kentucky ure to pievent, by force. If necessary, two weeks bofore the end of be considered tulllclent ground self 'Saturday- - with going ovct uncer three miles north of hew. nnd said he water In the world, On analysis tho had a leg broken. university, will leave shortly after the the collection by Great Ilrltaln of an Harrison's tprm. that. "In President bo made state tain point in tho company of his more had seen nt noon n Sell Ilros.' circus I between the Should the rnld view of water ha been found to contain even vessel cloe of tho present session for Chicago Indemnity from Nicaragua for thn In- pressing contingencies" I. e., nn Imwill at onco be sworn robust associates, who had been able capslzo three miles out In breaks at Dalton. Trees were waslud warrant more nalt than tho Head sea, which the out against the ofllcer of tho board to glvo the question so much more Ho could discern at least three lake. to talie a Ph. D. course In Chicago uni- solent treatment of Ilrltlsh representaout nnd considerable damage done. pending deficiency plates for a new .hold twenty-siper cent., or eight men At West Ilrookilcld the homo of Iter. and every broker operating, by tho thorough study than was possible for clinging to the crosvtreoa and thought versity. tives In Nicaragua would be n discred- bond Issue wero ordered to be prepared times as much n tho ocean. horsemen. They claim that dealing him. .'Mi', .ioii.n keitu, or llcech Urove, itable abandonment t her llocrklu wasstrurk by lightning I'n by the United with all possible haste. there were two others. At M0 p. m. in options, put nnd calls and futurei The decision of the court will not bo tho tug hdward Glllen started down Owen county, died suddenly during di- Mutes of the Monroe doctrine. The duties were Increased in nearly Tin: oldest cathedral In Kngland is and considerably damaged. Is a direct violation of the vine service at a church at that place McDonnld was pinioned in the derendered May 20, but It Is probable the lako with tho crew of ths There are some Indications, which every schedule by tho McKlnley act probably that of Winchester It is holaw, which the civic federation that n definite conclusion will bo ar- ia tholr lifeboat, but wan obligedstation n few days ago A woman named liar-ro- d may not be convincing to tho "jingoes" with the avowed of reducing to rellered that It wn built In 17? by the bris for live hours, surrounded by wa- ha used has been conducting a meeting at of the Maine and Massachusetts stripe, tho surplus revenue. They accomso tellingly ngninst them. rived at very early In tho week. Jus- turn soon after, as the ca wa 10 high newly conrered Hrltlsh King Lucas on ter neck deep. He lost his leg. Tho race people say there i no law tice Jackson is scry anxious to get that it would havo been was carried several hundred yard will be justi- plished the purpose. Hy what kind of the kite of a great pagan templo. Tho suicllal to llcech Grove, and Mrs. Keith was a that Secretary which allows tho board operate, nwa'y from Washington. by the In venture out upon It. The crtw no constant attendant nt the services. fied by those who have greater reason economic thimblerigging Is It now prooldet orllon of the present cdillco w lllow twcurrent and oaught A some and that which applies toto The day before her death .Mrs. Keith than the Lodges nnd the Kryes for posed to Increase revenues by restor-Igs. The creek rose feet In The officials of tho government have doubt perished. date baek to the vrar V0 A. I). also hits the board of practically abandoned any expectation less than two hours, and families In Wis., May 14. A fearful announced to the congregation that holding him up to public execration, ing the same duties? I trade. It simply a case of dif- that the court will be In favor of the sea Is running here. The stesraer she was sanctified. The following nnd that by and by the reasons that As for "protection," let facts speak, Tnr. oompartmetit theor.t of tholoucr iMirtiont of the city had to ferent forms of gambling. An the constitutionality of tho law. . In fact, Quickstep, of Milwaukee, lt! 11 UK ships wns copied f mm pro- Io rescued lu lioat. bound from evening while the woman minister constrain foreigner In commending Under tho present tariff, manipulated was reading the text for a sermon the him will command tho approval of his as It was by the democratic and repubhorsemen have plenty of money and there Is reason to believe that Atty, that port to Oanlen Hay In light vision of nature shown In the case of trim, have put over 81,000,000 in the two Oen. Olncy and his nsslstnnt went into cane to DOYS HANQED lican trust agents in the senate, tha the nautilus. The shell of this animal anchor off thia port and rapid audience wns stnrtled by nn outcry own countrymen. Tho London Times recently gave nverage duty collected on dutiable ha forty or fifty eoinprliiient. into I'orth Mnnl.r nf a lrM Csr I'nmtnrtnr tracks, they stand ready to moke the court last Monday with the conviction ly dragged ashore. Thu life saving from Mrs. Keith. She had fallen dead Mot tight that the argumonts they were about to crew left the harbor at noon to take in her scat. Mrs. Ilnrrod, the preach- spaco to a letter from Sir Henry goods last year was RO.00 per cent. Thlt Mhlch air or water may 1e admitted to One II r ! Ilmin anil t It llllirr IIU. As the law now stands three convic mnko would fall upon unfruitful soil. ofl the vesscl'a crew. (ialnr. allow the ocrtinnl to sink or Ihut a At 2:30 o'clock er, went to the dead woman, closed her iloworth, M. P., suggesting that It is Is nctually the highest nverage tariff St Iit'is. May ts James Murray tion for gambling will send n person That was the reason the government p. m. tho Hfo savers returned with the eyes and had the corpse taken home to tho Interest of England "to formu- recorded In tho history of the governhe pleases. and continued the services. was hanged In tho jallyard at Clayton, to Joliet lor tiro years. Ilanklns has attorneys took the peculiar line they crew. late a common policy with the United ment. In 18fW, under the war tariff, , Tun following patents were granted States in regard to the far cast," and it was only 4s.C3. In 18SJ. under tha Arm kv 1Ii:aiihi li, the artist of ttm tweUe ii'lles west of here, at G:.S been convicted twice. His Interest In did In formulating their case. Shehotoax, Wis., May 14 A large the matter I vital, and he proposes to a few days ago: IMward Cheshire, Cov the Pnll Mall Gazette, In approving MoKlnley tnritt. It was 4S 71. The Atty. Ucn. Olncy hollcvcs, it Is said, BMamer nas oeen lu sight several hours Yellow Hook, grotesque carica- o'clock aturday morning Ills neck that If tho arguments which he offered novln the direction of Centervllle, ington, steam engine; Frederick H. the suggestion of Mr. Iloworth, de- cent, of free goods last year was .W.J.1. ture of people arc the reigning fad in was broken, and lie was pronounced tW't on Tuesday had Wen presented to the apparently disabled. Watchers on tho Helnig. Louisville, oil nn; Donald Mc- clares that "America Mis received In 1892, under the McKlnley lnw, it U ait old In appnmuco dead at 7:05 a in. Ills nerve deserted art In INTERSTATE DRILL. court at the time of the original hear- bluff say that no smoke has Issued Donnell, Louisville, comb ied coal and many marks of respect from China and was 50 80. The nverage rate on free and as are hl exaggerated drawings. Hu him on the scalTold, and he had to be has red hair and a face thin nnd pale supported while the noose was being Ilattrrx It, of Cincinnati, rirasrt I lie Peo- ing of the case, the court'a decision from the stack of the craft since they gin stove; Henry Schroencr nnd O. Japan." This Is a rude denial of the dutiable goods last year wns 20.35; In ple or .Memphis li the Arcurarr of Its with regard to rents wouhi have been first caught sight of her, and they feel Knlks, Covington, painters' shutter "jingo" complaint, but It contributes 1SII2 It was 21.20. lie I fire feet nine incite In height adjusted Maneuver. Covington, fo tho approval of tho policy pursued In the face of such facts and figures' and long-anlanky in build. ltdward .Murray was hanged in the satisfied that something has gone trestle; Joseph Sttt. Mkmi'HIs, Tenn.. May H. Monday different. vapor gas burner So little account did ho make of the In tho east by Secretary Greshajn and thero Is either gross lgnoran;e ot jail janl at Herrmann, Mo . at precise- morning tho parade was over n mllo on board. T. .1. Him. committed suicide Titfc First lluptist church, at Wet ly ii o'clock Saturday morning. at the administration of Mr. Cleveland. shameless dishonesty In the talk of St. Joseph, .Mich.. May 14. A steam Ills long, and was led by MaJ (Jen. It. II. point of rcntsln his ori'innl argument . rVvnnty-nlnthIt is just as well to be suspicious of "restoring protection." If more revestreet and the Ikinle-Tan- l. neck was broken nd he was pro- Know den and Col Kellogg, the latter that he devoted comparatively littlo yacht has come ashore about flvo miles South Cnrrollton by taking sixty irrnlns time to It, and was astonished when south of here. She Is lying on the of morphine. He was despondent over Ilrltish opinion of our construction of nue shall be needed next winter the lu New York, ia lighted by elec- nounced dead at 8:11. Ho died gamely, of the regular army court was an- sandy-bottothe Monroe doctrinal but Secretary easiest and best way to secure It would tricity from a plant of It own. em and protested hit Innoccnctotho last so far out that the name hard times. Hesides tho militia companies the the decision of nights when there are services lu tho James and IMward Murray, Negroes, pageant Included two companies of In- nounced. In the rehearing, conse- can not bo made out A report just Joe Ikk Hkvne, sentenced to four Greshain's course lu Nicaragua, which probably be to place temporarily a years for killing Tom ltaird, nnd who has been clear and patriotio from tho small additional tax on beer. N. Y. church a brilliant cluster of light Js under !1 j cars of age. were convicted fantry and two troops of cavalry of tho quently, he simply maiie the most he brought In saya the crew is safe shown upbn the summit of the highest of the murder of IMward KlUwllllamr, United States army, with the band ol could of the ven bad rise, nnd nobody Alpena, Mich., May H. Tho schoon- took an appeal, has concluded to ac- beginning of his handling of the mat- World. a, street car conductor on the tower of the edifice. suburban the Third I'nlted States cavalry from would bo more snrprbed than he if tho er J. K. Kitchen went ashore Monday cept tho verdict, and was taken to the ter. Is moro Intelligently discussed In IMPORTS AND WAGES. government's contention should now afternoon in tho blinding storm on Kddyvllle penitentiary, the other day. tho British papers than it has been by line, in the early morning on May 10, Jefferson barracks, nnd the lown State Pensions were granted ns follows: tho American "Jingoes," who would Tha Itednttlnu In the Tariff IWnallta ths Middle Island. Tir: parailtla fig imllgonloii to the 1"M. The Negroes committed tl.t band. The procession was watched bj succeed, She is loaded with Wnrklngman. tropic I an extraordinary plant. It murder for revenge and robbery. the largest throng of people ever gathlimestone for Chtcatro. A hearv south. Original Wm. II. Haggard, Corydon, pursue a policy, In the name of the MORE BONOS. We ore told by some of our high proseed are distributed by Irlrd. and IjajitMo prevails, and unless It moder- - Henderson county; James A. Crowley, Monroe, doctrine, thnt would Invite the ered In Memphis. It is estimated that should one drop anil lodge In a tree It CHASE. The cpm win pound her to pieces. Onton, Webster; James llobertson. I constant provocation of foreign powers I tectionist friends that the 'exhibit the throng gathered alonir ahrht will germinate there and mnd a lonjf tilni-t- f MlddRJsWa- - iWSHTft!.- - VnV RwJitf Oakdale,llrcathltfVmChockletKing, toward South American states. and we recently mode' ot the large ltn- ntanh..! nrm 1HO Wl . , 13. Thero Is a re rrrarlirr-rnllllrlaHie Inillsua Washinoto.v, May w... ww,vw Mrs at w hence it ran root to the ls owned by Anson Titus, of Arrow irewer, uurtleiu, .Martin. Increas- e- eff(Sttossrr'a,docfldnonc!mf55c5'f' In tho sflrrnnnn IK. tlr.t Sir, I.ulwr. port that the administration will soon draw nourishment. It then rapidly Caleb Heck, Louisville; Frank Weaver by fow men as It has recently been ex- - stances of national decline, because It I.MitAAlil.is, Ind., May IJ. The competition for prizes oceurrc"he float another bond issue. This does Lake, 0., nnd is valued at $3,000. pread in crow th orer the unfortun-at- e family of evtJov Ira Henderson; Alfred Kucker, Finchvllle, pounded by Mr. John K. Russell and I tho goods had not been imported Neely Zouaver. of this J. Chase, at they would have been made in this tree, whloh on die. nnJ not seem credible. The gold reserve Shelby. AT POCAHONTAS. Original widow Pnullns Senator IHU. is now nearly one hundred millions, received a telegram Saturday first to oppcar upon the ,, d Hums, Keene, Jessamine. It Is not generally understood, al- country. Now, this Is just where our morning from Lubec. Me., advising under command JlWtor with the and If there are no gold withdrawals It All Is Quirt anil No Trouble I In Slxht A i.itii.k black bug is threatening critics are misinformed. though It Is a fact, that tho Americans DlT.l.Mi n violent thundcrstormlight-nlnthem that Mr IheOltl .Men .Slay He Itelnstated. PX0CUtod will exceed that sum by more than ten to damage the watermelon crop In that his friendsChase Is mu Ji worse nnd lighted the t.ooo fhlah struck u large stable belonging in Nicaragua who had a grievance In a large number of Instances if these Klkiiohn, W Vo.. May 11. The should bo pVcparcd for millions when the gold has nil been deleorgla 'Ihu jiest has made its Kln ,I,",uh th0 livered. to Vcnable Carpenter near Hopkins-vlll- which was similar to that of Consul goods had not been imported those any change. Tho strike situation remains unchanged. went to he earance around I'elhamand I already Maine two a1 aivuiutiikn killing several fine horses nnd Hatch, and would have iustlfled a who have beon using them would have niiti uu uwuiuvj Men arc steadily leaving the field for I months ago to hold evangelllonds would have to bo issued for re..... sn.l.farvlA.. had to forego their use. What they ,v damaging the vine. The same bug wait istic service. Two tan wivi ivuj ts tintnt, tut j or three weeks nco ine Mortontitdadets, of Washington, I). demption purposes, and with such a other points. Lawlessness has been stunning Mr. Carpenter, who lies in is peremptory demand &r Indemnity and show is that our people have a larger last year and wa the cause of tho me family apology, deprived the United States of gold reserve, and no gold withdrawals bringing the miners at Thacker out in critical condition from the shock. received word that he. shortage In the melon crop In tome sec- sulTerlng from The story that Miss Lucy Hamilton, all grounds fordemand upon Nicaragua amount than they otherwise would ThfR0,T" C, next cameupou theCparade ground, In prospect, it docs not appear as if the last day or two. good things of life to have had of Their work tions of the state. Specimens of tho ernor has beenerysipelas. church, and drilled In class The miners seem as determined now of Marshall county, attempted to com- by accepting such hospitalities at the divide amongthe eminent bonds could be sold legally. There is bug have been sent to Washington for In themselves. was pronounced by army ofllcers to be These Impolitics nnd In U", Wrani' a big deficit in the treasury depart- as in the beginning to stay out to the mit suicide, after refusing to marry a hands of the government that they portations represent the payment This company is composed Investigation by the agricultural bu- W Ml- excellent that not, with man .' Indiana, to which of very young men, of fine bearing and ment, but the cash balanco Is large last. The operators at Pocahontas are being to whombysho was engaged, and could diplomatic justice or decency, in- has been made for American exportareau. controversy in their jilted another, is denied by voke ofllco he. as ifcutcnont governor, sucenough to meet present need, as it has finding some diflloulty in filling the tion!. We have had, ana in the future they have, since their arrival here, bevfc'n lloT'J died, he was been Increased by the ledcmption of places of the strikers. The number of her brother, who says nothing of th't behalf. N. Y. Times. are to have to a larger degree, an imCurat changes have been made In ceeded pn charge of Implication In come popular. Italians entering the mines has fallen kind occurred. greenbacks. the library of the convent on Mt Sinai, the Zlmrl Dwlggins bank alTalrt In In mense export trade, that Is, more and The last drill of the day was given SIGNS OF THE TIMES. CoLuunus Phelps, of Warren county, from two hundred In the flrtt report more of thn oommoditlet that tha where the Syrlso diana towns. Death of rretldent Seeltye. The Indictment was by Hattery B, First regiment, of Cinwho murdered his brother, while the roralfn lnvattora to twenty-thretor American American wnrkingmen produce ir IJospel are kept. An addition hat quashed however, without prejudice, cinnati, with Oatling gun. Under the art to AMHEnsr, Mats., May 13. President The company will now try to rein- latter was In bed at his home, has Securities been built room fitted up for stu- at there was no sustaining evidence. find markets outside of our border, careful watching of the judges, Lleuti. Seeleye, of Amherst college, died Sun- state its old men. The troops at that made a statement detailing the parWhile the croakers and the political and in return for these sales we dents, and the books and manuscript art to Chase, Steele. Tyson and Chandler, of the day evening at 7:30. The end came point will be relieved by another de- ticulars of the crime. He denies hin marplots arc trying to keep up the Ludec. Me , May U. taken out of the baskets Into which of Indiana died here Snturday night United States army, the artillerymen peacefully. In the winter of 1SS3 tachment from Richmond. O'Ferrall former statement that his brother at- that times are insufferably hard, lJea take into this country more and mora thy were thrown and arranged on of erysipelas, at the home of a former went through their novel maneuvers President Seeleye suffered from a se- thinks no mistake was mndo In sending tacked him with a knife, and he killed that a democratic administration isand merchandise which our people very reshelves and cataloged Care I also college chum, Harry Mlnnlck. with a dispatch and accuracy that very vere nttaek of erysipelas, and from troops Into tho field. His opinion li him In When ho is sponsible for the fact, prudent and much want, but which we either cannot produce or can produce only at tucb tiken that the manuscripts are not much pleased the onlookers. that time until hli death his health that trouble has been averted, but brought to trial ho states he will plead wideawake investors on the other . I)r Sutherland Dead. stolen After the three competitive drill was by no means good. A disease of West Virginia has had neither troopi guilty to murder and Is willing to suf- aro after American securities withside extravagant prices as to make con nn of the desired commodltiei Wasiii.notox. May 13 Oen. Charles were ended, dresi parade followed un- the nervous system, due in a large nor trouble in the field. There hai fer the consequences. eagerness that attests faith In tho re- sumption A watch has been Invented which ot large Sutherland, general of the der the command of Col.W. L. Kellogg, measure to overwork, gradually fixed been less agitation on this tide of the InThe president of the Kentucky Fu- turn ot abundant and abiding pros- possible only to thosedegrees income. measures distance by sound. The Wo and the army, died nt his residence Friday of the Fifth United Statos Infantry, in Itself upon him, and despite the best line than on the other. Thou-renineral Directors' association proposes perity. Trom tho time of the Baring moreare getting by ventor, a French otllcer named restrictions are taken troops in the encampment medical care that could bo provided, A in his The cases of smallpox at Eckman that those of his calling should cease collapse capitalists of England and on nearertrade shall approach to that off tht hat called tho Instrument a nlght childrenCJth year. He wife and which all we condiwas ap- participated. survive. forced him to resign the presidency of will be quarantined at once. There to style themselves "Undertakers,'' or the continent hnve been steadily sellphonotelemetre. To operate It a little seven Monday night tho Iowa stato band, pointed an assistant surgeon In tho even "Funeral Directors," and should ing American railroad stocks, nnd send- tion to a point when commodities thai nro'no new cases reported. button Is pressed at the Instant of tho army in liS, and In l!03 wa promoted of Dcs Molne, gnvc ono of the evening Amherst in June. 1F91. have hitherto been esteemed luxuriei There is a general desire now for the adopt the euphemistic disguise of ing the shares to this country by every (lash and again at the sound. In tho stust Answer to Murilrr. will como within the range of the purwith tho concerts that w ill bo a f enturo throughto assistant medical "Morticians." settlement of tho strike. stenmer. To this, us much ns any other chasing power of the meantime a needle traverse a dial, rank of lieutenant surgeon, for meri- out the drllL Tuesday the governor's In colonel, Union, Mo., Mny 13. Tho jury SatT. J. Hall, a distillery watchman, one cause, is to bo attributed the panic part registering time to the Cha.e's ltemalna. the meantime wages are not going In 1R7 he was made guard, of Memphis, will drill In Class urday which for tho past week has of a second. The rest Is a mere matter torious services. Iniii n U'ous, Ind., May 14. Tho re. committed suicide by tuking sixty nnd tho prolonged period of depression. down. On the contrary, the evidence lr a surgeon, nnd in S!) became surgeon II. the Thurston rifles, of Omaha, will been hearing tho insanity case of Dr. grains of morphine, at Owensboro. Ho sale started and of calculation. .if left general, with the rank of brigadier appear in Class C, and tho (intling gun Arthur Duestrow, the millionaire of mainsMe , Monday,Ira J. Chasebody Lu- wns 20 yenrs old and leaves a family. This tremendousstream of gold from all of our largo manufacturing centcn maintained tha will but the is that the tendency of wages is updataclunent of tho Omaha guard will this city, who in l'cbrtiary, IS'.'I, shot bec, general No cause is assigned. the I'nlted States to Kurope, and in- ward, the prices of the necessaries ol Aiiuiiiai. I ro, who is in command of drill In their class. The weather wai and killed his wife and child in cold not reach this city before Wednesday An old mnn named Bradford commit- augurated tho agitation that would life nre to The New ,lerejr I'encli t"eiii. ' body reaches hero It the victorlOiiK Jnpancse licet. Is, liko fine, nnd the attendance large. but the blood, found hint sane. This is tho night After tho le ri.KMlMno.N, ted suicido nt Locust Grove, lloone have perforce inude us a silver nation men are soon lower, as high working N. J., May IX .Two most of hit compatriots, n man of cry to hnve a rate ol second time tho enso has been tried, will lie in state at the cnpitol utiles) countj-- , a short time ngo by hanging but for the wlso financial action pf tho wages as they ever had, and probablj Vnliintni iy lle.lgu. small stature, with a thoughtful and hundred and ninety replies out of 300 the first trial resulting in n disagree- interdicted by the stato board of health Washington, May 14 Mr. Frank H. ment. Duestrow, who pleaded insan- because of the contagious character of himself. Samuel Clore, a neighbor, administration in making tho much con- in time a higher rate ot wages with face, narrow forehead, Inquiries sent out to the largest peach sympathetic deeply wrinkled by siudj. aad a dis- giuwers in this section regarding the Thomns, chief clerk of tho post ofllce ity to escape the consequences )f his the disease which he died, and it will was charged with being responsible for demned bond sale of a few months ago. which to supply their own needs and tinguished nnd aristocratic bearing. prospects for this year's crop substan- department, has tendered his resigna- crime, will bo tried on tbo charge of then be buried at Crown Hill. The tho act, and has been warned to leave That transaction created a new in- the needs of their families. Uostos Hit chief physical characteristic is ex- tially report that the prospects for nn tion to l'ostmnstcr General Wilson, to murder as soon as his counsel aid the governor died in straitened circum- the county. He received a notice to terest in American securities abroad, Herald. treme thlnnoss, which has earned for Immcnso lell are good. Tho cold take effect upon the appointment of state's attorney shall decide. stances and It Is doubtful if his effect! that effect n lew days ago, which con sau wic ueiuauu lor mciu lias apreau NOTES AND COMMENTS. Postmaster General his successor. him among the devout sailors the nick- spring weather retarded the peach bud will be tufilclent to pay funeral ex- - tained about 200 words, without a capl-- l to Paris and the money centers of the tal or punctuation mark in the entire German empire. Within tho Jat three name of "The Lean Admiral." until the lato frosts were over. The Wilson has selected his successor, but . Oen. Colton Dead. ,nses-ia mil thl TJis iucraa o communication. The vigilants number weeks over one hundred and fifty thou cotton mills at Fall River Is anothei buds are now opening and are healthy. will not say who it Is until he is advisJuila; Jackson's Rattrcmtnt. New YoitK, May 13. Gen. Jose h H. thlrty-sU- , according to the lotter, nnd sand shares have been bought in Lon- severe blow to the McKlnley calamity ed that the position will be accepted. Colton, of the southern army, I: dead I ill a ll Is spreading In the schools of Wabiiisotox, May 14. The statei:irctcil for Another Term. Chief Clerk Thomas, it is understood, Ireland) 1,051 caudldatcs presented In New Haven, Conn He ment is made on what team tht best Clore Is afraid that It their acts nro as don alone, and this 4s exclusive ot pur- howlors. Returning prosperity hat ne Cincinnati, May 13. At Saturday resigns on account of private buslnesi at hi home West . themselves for examination in their was born in Springfield, Ma v, In authority that when Justice Jackson wicked as their composition he will be chases made by agents in large lines. regard for the feelings ot false There is a veritable crore for American Y. World. native tongue lait year, as compared morning's session of the Machinists' Interests which require his individual 1615, of prominent Puritan stock, elng called on thn president Monday he did dealt with convention, James O'Conr.ell, who has attention. o railway stocks, and sound financiers of w Ith Ml the year before. The corncr-stonThe number There are unmistakable Indlca descended from Thomns Hooker Ho not discuss the income tax or the depredicting their advance beyond tions that the republicans are going te of schoolmasters who obtained certio- served tho organization for two years, Heavy tVlilto Frost. vbn in Tcnnessive when the war broke cision that the supreme court has and Female Institute will be laid aro wns elected to another term with pracany present conception of tho prosent carry on "a soap campaign," com rate to teach Irish doubled. Irish to (ten reached thereupon, but that, on the June 11. Kingston, N.Y., Mny 1L Thermom- out, and became now board tically no opposition, The finance com- eters In this city early Monday morn- Pcmbcrton, who gave him tho commis- contrary, he talked simply of his comm;vekat, tracts or lantl, which were operator. With generally improved pared with which Honest John was taught In eleven mittee, made Its report, showing thnt schools, nnd the salo of book of tho will dwindle Into utter Inslg ing registered 40 degrees, and on the sion of genornl nf tor the siego of Vicks-bur- ing retirement and the date on which it platted out Into streets nnd lots at commercial conditions nnd tho unmisIs In o Society fur the l'rcsenutlon of tho the organization having fnlrly prosper-jii- r low lands there was n heavy white (teji. Colton leaves one daugh- would occur. Ho expeots to leave for Grand Rivers, have been planted in takable, return of better times in this nitlcnnce Tammany Times. condition, $7,000 to Its country, shrewd foreign investors corn. Language was greatly Increased. Irish Tennessee Tuesday. ter, Mrs. Huston, of Iloumx, I.n, frost In tho Catskills Ico formed. The Cacheco mills in Dover, N. orcdlt. Tho report was adopted. Unions. HuM.r.r, of Danvlllo, sold to know thnt with honest, competent II., announce a five per cent. Increase llrlilal Couple Humeri to Death. thero Is an era of prosA hiciktv which is laboring earnestAs to Ore.ham's Retirement. Ilyrur Turned Down. Mr. McKlnley Midland, Mich., May 14. Frank Abe Coleman, agent for a Philadelphia ui.inngement for tho railways of this In wages of employes Alt in. Mendn lu WnHlilnglnn. wearfilly Claret, by C. 1. perity ahead ly to porMiado the Indies ugalnst Washinoto.v, May 13. A story was Hale had just been married, nnd with man, the must think thnt there is a conspiracy Nitw York, May 14. The. police WASlllNOto.V, May 13. - Adm. Meade Clay 2:1S; dam by Metropolitan. Price, country, nnd their money Is liberally hatching against his peace of mind, ai ing dead birds In their bonnets proboard Monday decided to have no pa- circulated In this city Saturdny morn his bride moved into an unoccupied not poses to put advertisements in tho has arrived here, but has Ho called at rade of tho force. Tho real significance ing thnt, owing to HI health, Secretarj nouso on Snturdav nicht. Thev had Sl.fOO Clurct has n record of 2:2ll4 hacking their Judgment. This melius the times keep on getting better, but has been tho nnvy department tdi-i- t being that when Is going to retire from tho not hod time to put up a stove, but so but later in the season stepped n trial that tlie financial current Is turned everybody else Is happy. street cart, the Albany Otllclnlly requested, however, to either of tho order Is that Chief of I'olice Greshnm heavily In our favor. It is a significant Argus. the passenger have read of the urged a parade, and will be cabinet, and Don Dickinson take hi' anxious were thev to iret into (heir in 2:204 c. deny pr ntllrm his Interview. If ho Ilyines ha tho bulk of our southern railLuwtE.Mr.nt'iifl wnnts electric lights fact that of using birds as millinery they The republican leaders are In n deny it nnd saya ho was cor- greatly disappointed that none ia to be plnce. It had Its origin in tho west homo that they determined to sleep nnd water works, but Is having consid- road securities nre going to Germnny, will naturally look around nt the bon- does not and can not bo confirmed here, for It tuwv. .iLuui, d u ciucft ouimaj uiuiii- how to They do not rectly reported the administration will held. showing a larger market und an quandary unjust election know In MichIs certain that if any chango is to bo ing Hen Hammand was awakened by a erable difficulty in finding u suituable thus nets of the lndltm present and any lndy hold him htrlctly iieeountablo for It laws Is a maintain for them. It place from which to draw a supply of Increased demand Their Head Together. wearing n bird in her bonnet will mndo in the cabinet it will not bo done bright igan, und have them pronounced un a court martial. dilllcult matter In tho face of suoh evi- constitutional In other states where Washington, May 14. Justice Jack-ion- , while tho secretary is upon his sick lion so light, and, looking out, taw the water for the latter commodity. thereupon becomo accused nnd con- and order nblaze.. The occupants were of the United Stntes supremo court, bed. Tho only fenrs that now exist burucd to death. When the young Font children two boys nnd two dence to keep up it doluslon that con- they would inure to the benefit of tha victed. It is calculated that if tho No Yellow IVtor. was Monday morning in couforence girls nre inmates of the poorhnuse of ditions aro not rapidly improving. De- g. o. p. l ho way ol the tranfgressor ts linger of opprobrium can be thus (5n., May 13. The report with President Clcvolnnd at tho white nro that death may cause a change In couple went to the house Saturday IlnuxtwK h, directed in public against each waste on a Russell county, and the fiscal court ad- troit Free Press. tough. Detroit tree Press. is in danger of in- house. Considerable interest was, ol tho cabinet and then, perhaps, Mr. they found some lady bird ornament' will soou that lirunswlck Dickinson may find a place vocunl for window till, as If somo one had In- vertises for homes for tho unfortunate The wnll paper trust Is about to is absolutely course, attached to the occurrence. Six months nfter tho repeal of tho fection from yellow fever tended firing the building. youths. him. become very unpopular. without tho slightest foundation McKlnley lnw, nnd the reduction of bo wound up through judicial process. A Mats Meeting Called. William 11. UnowN, a patient K. of I la rortural. the tnrltT tax on tin plato to half the Kver since the repeal of the .McKlnley Snowing In New York. Mil KnwAlili ATKt.so5l,a latett Idea at tho Western Lunatic nsylunt amount Hed In thnt measure, Mr law the trusts have been shaking, nnd Welch, XV. Va., Mny 13. Handbills Philadelphia, May 14. Au effort is l'i ult la h.ivnt. Monticki.I.o, N. V., May 14. A cold sre out Is that Instead of children's deal)' fror.i Union county, suicided In his cell for a mass meeting of striking to be made to organize a district Ind., May 13. There one after another is disappearing. Fair a true life Insurance for poor waFt. a Way.. frost Sunday morning, wave struck this section Sunday night. miners to be held at Kimball Monday Kalghts of Labor In Portugal. of tho by cutting his throat with a knife John (turret, secretary of tho Till Piute trade tnrill legislation Is bad for monop heavy A K. association, makes u report which exIce formed during the night, and in Lawless and be worked out an InChildren eould other prominent labor Mvasey, of Galveston, Tex., Is stolen from another patient extreme dry weather of the but ultantly declares that the Industry Is olies and the trusts have no show under surance whloh would aot as a premium past the weeks saved the fruit crop some sections of Sullivan and Dela- lenders will address tho assembly. A now on his wjay to that country who few on The Kentucky university for the In more pros porous condition now than the now turilf law Kansas City Times. good health rat tr blossoms art Inrgc tor thtlr ooniUnt crowd will be present if not deThn weather ts still ware counties the fruit business, hat taken with him an first time in its from has engaged The American Thcosophlsts rethtn for their taking off. Mr, Atk u quite destruction.the danger ll not past badly froien. At 7 o'clock mow wa terred by the smallpox scaro or the orftniitr't oommlttlon and propose! woman teacher. history fnaulty has se-a ever colore, tnougn .Mr. narrei law, deoliircd their Independenco o' havecold and forThe sisted the repeal ot tha MoKlnley eoat oould not pojiWy falling nt several points in thlt notion. quarantine ion ihowi the demakt an tffort to induct tht to Ign Thcoiophists and have determined cured as teacher in tho academic and would probably now favor Its t'ormnt' I'lltitrd, aotd th teat of tha pr.itnt Kind If R. Pourne, at present of Spain and Portugal to Klio Wanted to Die, partment Mrs, A, ht li obliged to confess to set up for them. elves. As the Wil Mitt Mali la Watts, hlldrtn'a Ufa (or dtath) Itnumuct. I.oMtoir, May 13. A dltnnteh to tha principal of the Madison Female Insti- that the new tsrltl law which reduces son tariff mtket no provision for a duty llittAtnn, 0. May 14. Mrs. William Ki.y, Minn,, May . Tha Chandler tirtiti thttrutlva, n tha order Nlimarok't f rsatait tohltvement, afUr Dally News from Vienna, which will Moore died Monday from th tffeoti Iron Co,, a branch ,of tha Minnesota tute. the rato ou the plate, but removes K protecting our noma .Manatma inmiy Tht UroQBit rrtita, III, In tht tstltnaU of practical states-i- be published Monday, states that a Til, republican, of Hart couuty have altogether from thai raw materials try Our. MoKlnley muy yat have an is Woostm, O., May 14. Great damase hi syitem of ttata cablegram from Shanghai has been re- of eorroslv sublimate, taken in a fit jf Iron Co., Saturday, raited the pay of a In Qtrmany, 11. although tht said at first It It 700 employes from 10 to 20 per cent. wai done to fruit, vegetable! and nominated fur representative) John used In producing It, Is inure luvornule sue without declaring himself on th Insurance of the poor for old aft. Mr. ceived there saying that Japan will frenzy, fnlstnke. Bhe refuted to tak Tha raise meant (110,000 additional growing cropt by a killing frost Mon- - Carpenter, who already held the popu- to the manufacturer than the McKlnlej silver question Lcvd&vllle Cou'Ier Atklnson't Insurance of tht poor dar- makt thu Island of Formosa an auton- was u medicine, iledarlng tb wanted to dl, labor cost per month at tho mine. list nomination. Journal. i,u morning. The ground wm frozen law. Kansas City Times. ing lnfanoy it a good ldta omous rolonv. Ciiicacio, May It. If the Civic Federation makes good Its threat and Believe That the Income Tax It Doom ' ed to Defeat. Ilex-ari- provides that impcrMinnllon of tho Deity or IIU son sholl bo punished with Imprisonment Bridget on the 0., L. E. Road Washed Out. Race Track. Against Ilia Chicago Hoard tif Trail The Former Will L. & W. and W. fi I.aw, In ( Io.k ITp tlii- - Latter.Attempt, bj THE OFFICIALS m TJtaVti AND SICIE US. Svm. HEAVY SEA8. Wrecked on the Qreat northern May 14. At noon .Monday a three-- I tjvvi schooner passed noar this twirt SOUth vcrv slowlr. ami nnna.. r'havlng a hard struggle with tho jmsi PTil MlI.WAUItr.K,WIs., lAke. r iVn 9 twn.m,t .....t IS HIDHi. llu. I ulth In the Judgment of the People. Secreinry of Htnto litis been tint subject, almost continuously since he ucceptud oillro under Provident Cleveland, of vindictive criticism by his political and personal oiinouetits. and he has followed tho nxnmnle of Mr. llnynrd In rofrnininc from mnklmr any defense of his course nnd in trusting to time nnd the good sense nnd Justice of his countrymen for his justifihe Neireiitrr i,r Mtate (In-shafellow-cltlrcn- TAX-AND HEVZNUfTf. rtliiuielesi llUhnnestjr In the Ts'k i.f It stiiriue I'nitertlmi Will the decrease in the expected yield if tho Income tax result in a deficiency li. tho revenues? If so, how shnll the lack be made up? These questions nre important and mny become pressing before thu thno M:t for the regular meeting .no-gr- es g x IIe mfr 1 Iat WZm&z mmmmi mit.m.vt. ""f"lr ...... (.,. tel no-dtl- MzUt per-hap- two-maste- d x g pu-po- se On-ros- s (iit-nha- book-makin- g alr-tlg- who pr to EX-QO- n """" " ili-ll- cltyj short-sighte- g d en fl'" ntn?a ..... c, ip-"- -' mr.n, """j e' newly-dlscovcrc- d Kx-Go- v ! n, wage-earne- r. one-tent- h t. I n-i- proph-ets.-N- p Waun-maker'- s t wlek-rdnc- ss g d prl-vs- te ii wtgt-workt- u n 1 v .,iyv.3a1'A gWay. -fefe-- -: V ' $fc. . Ji I. ,r iv v -- mtti o. Kk'vtii;j)ti'HMjiuf a - .isAadfci; TH3 HlUiMAN COURIER. II 10 K MAN, KY., FtttDAY, MAY 17. 181).'. N i:ATO It MNDSAY anntMMjiirvmM DECORATION TS HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS X DAZ lriniii( Nwutliwiird. nro making arrangements to sotllo in the South arc attractwhich AguiiiNt the Free oi" Nil ver. FitANKroitT, to-ih- olnt;c In Fltin.iY, .1IAY 2llh. Tho largo Northern colonies The Keeley Institute, V. O. Ivy., .May 1.'. STRAW HATS. Biggest 3 u H Cf-, y Senator Win. an interview ii. t row Liud-u- y comes out strongly again-- t Ilcgin-nin- g Wj Tf n'UhorU I lo announce I". J. lit the free coinage of silver. miik ti a n militate for Stale .Senninr with the constitutional point t In reire.tiil ilriirei. Iliolcmiil and tlie Senator stys that the Ion ni.mlix in the nfJI Uenral A nihtv. euldest lo the action of III' no more rL'ijtilros the free and r Pe.Ti'ier.iiie party. unlimited roimigc of silver than the free unit unlimited enlistment Tiik frost of Suiuhiy niclil in- of soldiers, or the continual ilrcl.i-iMtio- n r jured fruit and vegetables in ol war. He treats the ijnes jjiules. tiou ih one of pure Iiiimiic.s, ami I.M'VN desires to Miiiki n I rout. tlenrecsiics iiil'u iiiiwii iicciiiiii.iiihii whli Stuaidgiiiii so that she iiihv and prctcudeil patriotic fervor in nMniit privileges in the Nlcnrii-gum- i me niciissiuii oi u pure maucr oi Camil. Limucs. As lo tlic'stnmp of tlie govern Louisiana farmers, it in reported, hive. Iiooii crossing tho lino in- ment giving value to com, Senator to ArkiiiixiiH and kiiln:iiiing (jiml.sry says: "1 he stamp of the for farm laborers. uovermeut was intended to certifx Tlit fiiriiii-- who Is out of debt tlie bullion value of the coin, tint iinil mines liU own mcnl, bread. to create or add any to its value." r IniiiiT, pmility, mntusscs anil fruit Continuing, the senator says: jiHl now la gutting Uio best of tin I'or tho United States independ wnrlii. ently to attempt the free coinage ol Indiana (own elections show silver would result in the expul tlim Uio people nro nshxmed of sion or retirement of our gold from tri r: aorlnieiil ever shown in Hickman "Yachts" "I'usclias" and staples for men and boys, 2oo to gl.50. Beauties at and 7oc. romnrknblo variety. childs nt 25p. .(Illlt.1l OV t'ITT I'OtlMCIt., COM. ing considerable attention. .Mirii.i.H ami I'ttouitAnni:. Tho Now Orleans llcnyuno Hickman Ky., Mj 10, h. 1895. roiinelt me I In enlle.1 icislrn. I'r.ient Ujor Dillon. Ooiinetlmin Ilillitr. The alnle the ohjrct of III. ip.ftlni to he lli appointment ol the lire- tm llfCoriiUoii Dijr, ir it )n irj.ilon lh Mror nf Klnt-- l Hie fol- wln m n Commlilre ol nrrungomriiin r II It. liter. Ulimn., W V Tsylor, II 'htimn, It M Mnhenjr, It I, Aleimnler, f J (J Cdeek. C U Sinilli, A W I.inl-.- r, I j W Ciwrlll, J (3 Wcnru, I) K Ull.on, YOUNG, lull M. I)., 1'IIVHIOIAN IN OlIAItUK. TUK TltKATMKXr OK Till. ' roti'-titu-tio- S ! Children's Sailors. Yachts and llexihle brims 2()o Bo3rs For MJr 1 lo Sl.flO in values in Special i- 1 (75 25c. Hoc. 10c. 7oe. all new patterns niul perfect fitting "filobc" brand. men mid boys, fmmcnhc assortment fancy light colored kliirts tjwcittl at 50c. Waists. a-- : S3- 7J i l in n N)lo , K II UreturJ, huiI Tmii Hit- - E Soft Negligee Shirts. of Hie -- i ' all e rniniulltre was Inilrticlnl appoint Oi. null eoinraltlrt?., ami I J to lli. maiMfiiient of all net-i-iu- ir. t! 1. tilt Fine Pants. en Ou r g stock ever carried in Hickman. line in our Furnishing Department. Dicss Pant specials 51.70, $2.00 and 52.50. You'll miss it if you buy before seeing Biggest I'd these. Work pants OOo and up 88c sKcial better than ever. We always have nil vve udvertiso anil we'll welcome you. HAWnUMM tludr foolishness of Inst Noveln-ie- r circulation, and, consequently, in n huiI Hfts reluruUiR to Uio Duiii. ok currency nl trst tic; foli). t jo it S.I.VII BIVH S.LVII SXVU S1V11 b'XVll S1YII SXVH uvii J iioiuiiialeil u imJ.v, interior money that would place us D.ivis, tin their can. at a disadvantage in tho exchange didute. for School Superintendent markets which lix tlie prices of om of (Jailislo County. wheat, our cotton and our manu- Nmuel III tiff KI.hu ItVNillCN fJuriluu AdiiiUled. Tur Pmluoali News announces factured products. The States not for Htie.kner for United States silver producers Iiuvu no interest The trial of Fulton Gordon on Senator, nod wants tliu man who in insisting on a ratio of Hi to 1, days political issues the charge of killing bis wifo and In thoso gnus to the Legislature from that which is not even demanded by Iter paramour Aroh Hrowu, last are largely made for politicians to J week, took place in the City Court county lusliuctcd to vote for him. the silver producing States. ride into olUce on under somblanco at Louisville liiuriuny 01 nisi "We of Kentucky would lie TilK MnltiiiHiro American says: a mint trust, mi oil trust We hare to insist on the coinage of 50 of being for the benefit of the peo- week and resulted in the acquittal uud an ice trust, hut not all the cents of silver into a legal tender ple mid every question Hint is of Gordon. Judge Thoiupvnu, millionaires in these combine silver dollar, when we can preserve brought before tho country is following conclusion of argument, lacould gather eiionyh money lo the integrity of our metallic cur- largely magnified in its effects. announced: "I liavo listenedeon', the esse carefully unit have corner the fruit matket this year. rency and at the time increase This habit of the politician has had unFur this at least let us he thankful. its volume with reasonable rupiditv such 1111 injurious effect upon the suited the authorities. It is man deliberate judgment that this Tuk newspaper report that Hon. liy treating the question of equiva- public minds that tho "woods" Is is nut only not guilty in law ut John (I. Carlisle would dolt the lency as a mercantile problem, as full of people who have lost sight hisantiou will teach adulters ,' hnl parts If the Democrats declared JeHcrauu treated it in 171)2. The of the fac that 11 man's success when they ply their nefarious callfor freo silver is denied liy his son, objection that the increased ratio til life must depend cliletly 011 his ing they nro standing upon a reo and one thing can he said that sil-e- r will result in coins of inconvenient own efforts, mid tire coming more ipiee from which they are in dan-gand moro to expect business sucor no silver John G. Carlisle of being dashed at any moand weight can only apply to cess from governmental legislais discharged " will lie found in the Democrutiu size legal tender coins, and that ob tion mid lay nt tho door of our ment. Prisoner column. Then followed n wild scene. jection was met and disposed of by law makers ull of their own fail- People jumped on chnlrs, tho bHr Brockton. Mass., manufac- senator ueorgeand his committee ures. ud even 011 steps of tho judges turers have decided almost uiihii- - thus. We know that the modern While It is the duty of every cheers. imously to increase the prices of invention of silver certificates does citizen to study carefully all pub- bench anil broke Into the ar Hundreds waved hats in shoes from lo to 'JO cents a pair. lic questions mid vote intelligent alThe, Manufacturers say that the away entirelywith the objection to ly it is more important for him to and attorneys for tho defonso their hands wrung off increase means no extra profit to that metal based on its great weight work with both his hands anil his most hid enthusiastic multitude, by the them but that it is made necessary as compared with its value. head to earn a livelihood for ludgo was uuable to restrain liy the advance in the price of may commotion uudcourt was declared Low tariff and family. TilK ICoimhlicoii enmity Imvo .Miss Do I) nra of Carlisle in ue rt'jHiiceo oy me cinuiige ui un tc )umrnvtioit 4 80,HM,000, grailiiiiJlv 2 a Hit :s CASH SHOE STORE. HCtt MAM, 14 T. ailjournment of the Cminatt. (.'ommlileo of Uliir cullcil the P. II Wilson HIM . niicrmrnia 10 order an I (A .n ai'ii'.lnird Stcreiary. :i The I'liidrmii'n then appointed tli CommUieei: On I'rueuriiif Speaker Tom Dillon, 1 V 1' lavlor tn J I) K Wll.on. 33 "1 On (,"0Ht1nK FloieM 10 Cem-tt- ij 1 II Hubbard, It M Mrllien and It. M. -- 3; Un lee Water Julm Rlntwool. ls una Okt.Ib Tom 'Jbtm, Ilirreh. .U11 S ii;tn( J i. Kuqut and It L n 4 5' ninllon the council atljonrneil. V. 1 McCi'KiiRit, Allot, Cltj Ulrrk. i'i on drmtit fol-iI- 3 1 iir. uAto-Mtta- Alex-nmlr- r. Llmlnv On 1 Un I'ruiramme-- J. owem C. Cheek and A. W Irene Alice Roger, MKf(' rolllim. un-wi-- .o r-- age, Mrna Die.llcbrbik, IVarl Wern, Nellie Klrkpairi)k, llallle Ilronn, Para Srabh, Annie Knoerr, Currie Drewr, Marie Ureeard, t'ora Mon isomer;, Louta lUrrr, i.litie Amheri;. (lariba UUkrmorf. Kll Nellie Helm. Lou lUker. Mar; Kuhn, Lime Strong, Dale W,e, I.iulf (lurtner, Linda 1'ilant, L'nie l.ui- tell, Savannah tviker, BIN Hlu(jwoo.l, Clara Dullen. Helle Vreeland, Lvdii Clajwell, lila'Heektuan, .Nrj lleremlee, OraeeAjler, Neille Kin Willi Sioker, Lliiic Salmou, Maifle TI.mn, Mai lilt Freni, Julia Duuatant, Catlie Tratie. Ella Diiiic.Ii, Kirk, Kate Slnl't- -, Marjr llnodtirani, Ida Parker, Tee lint- nan, lnnle Uacaeit, I'rlce Wicker, C'ownlll, I'aullne 1'ralliT, Antce Effinfer, lie I He PoJde, Nettle llerloeck, Auna llaliier, Ueltle Wltion, lUm KH, Ktr Mlssra Mnry Helm, Nellie MoCuUhen, IVarl tlunlder, Randie, Kale Willing, luln l(l,o, Ii; calls attention to the northwestern colony of 10,01)0 persons which will settle In and around Georgia, and gives a detailed synopsis of Its orgaulxallonaud plans. Itefcreuco is also made, lo tho Pennsylvania colony to bo located liy DK. IiKSLIK K. KKKIAWA Douhh Ohlorldo of Gold lloinedios. on 15.110(1 acres In Twiggs county Treatment Identical with Hint at I)lj:lil, III. in that Slate, and it Is stated that Hnilorsrd li.v the II. 8. Government for use in 23 National mill Slnto a northwestern company is about Humes fur Soldiers and Sailors. Address all communications to to placo o.OOO families on 50,000 W. 0. YOUNG, M. D., CarliomWe, Ills. acres of laud in Hempstead county, Arkansas. Tho Picayune is satisfied that these colonies are tho advance guard of a tremendous movement of population. The westward mou'inent has come In a full stop because all the best public lauds aro now occupied, lilizzards ami drouths in the northwest have s destroyed lite uonfldeiioe of In that section, anil all eyes are now turned southward' A Generation of peace has softenHARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, SADDLERY, HARNESS, ETC, ed or wiped out the old sectional be- prejudices, nud outsiders are CLINTON STltKKT, UIOKMAN, KY. dunlin: lo uet a clearer view of the south uud her people than 1 lltry evcr.lm before. The matitifiiuturrrs of tho east want to come this way because II (chest Market Trice will he Tald for flcef Csltlf. they can earn better dttideuds. Tho farmers of tho northwest want to come in order to escape the hard and sometimes disasvjnll vJPeflavM HMvlHlliCSSi w viOT MM HPPr a trous conditions of their present environment. They nro tired of 'OLD living in a region whero all the arrayforces of nature seem to be Xris a ypl.nJIJ Slock of lit lvery best ninfctl ed against human industry, enterf all tteJa prise nud comfort. Southward is tho watchword, HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &t. and our peaceful invaders are alwhich are offered at UNK I'lUCE, .ad Ual the ready ou the march. They arc coming singly, in familieM, in corsrr lo"t.l Iks market jnsilles. porations and in colonies, uud they aro going to make their enAll (olds guarantied to t a. rsrraaealsi terprise uud capital felt in every state south of the Potomac. 1 Liq uor and Opium Habits i Nervous Diseases and Tobacco HaVi t, M. B. Shaw, S home-seeker- Staple aad Faacy Qroowi8sf DBXjrVBRBD K,BH RXIilABIsgr I Bucklin's Arnica Salvo. The U. naive In the world for Cut, limine". Sore., Ulcvrs Sill Rheum, Fe.er Sorfn, Teller, Chapped Hand., CliilbUln. Girne, and all Sklu Eruption, nl poa. ilitely cure. Pile, or no pay required Ilia (iitrauteed lo cl'e perleot milafaj Price A cr lion or money refunded . C A bo 1. For le br Hiiu-umhk- et him-"Se- lf shoe leather. . systematically, for the of the gospel, not less of their incomes. tnmi We must not loose eight of the fact, sits the Mudisonville Hustler, that the free and unlimited coinage of silver does not mean The Post mentions a Gen, Bnckner's Manliness. the free and unlimited distribution dress. It has been caiefally preCIIIV KU.TH.. Treat. .MUilC . lonuiLL, T. rre.'l. UltUl J 0 IIS tt 9 of the metal after It is coined. pared and will be the keynote ol lew things which Kentucky needs 3rd Iiieoealho by Itee. W. C. Walert eMpf ewBg raBBfl vi ierf4 . Mu.ie. Ith If the Government should coin (be administration in its campaign very much: The difference betwoou a man filh AdilreM by Hon It. Cllnlon Si , neir W.gon Factory,) . Murrell. $.")0 (KK),000 More business and less politics. who oat s like chaff with a popn per mouth, the man for u sound and safe curienc.. G1I1. Renellclion br Iter. W II Lifon. who fails to work or has nothing The Memphis address will be Moro legal hangings and fewer lar wind and a man who slaudn 7lh. Otcoraiion of the Orate. to sell would be just about as strictly nonpartisan. The other lynchiugs. like a rock against popular aber 8ih Memorial Serilcca by the Frater badly off as If there were not a addresses will follow very closely I will run, in connection with Ihl. eta. More schoolhouseB and fower ration is well illustrated In Go nal orJere. ble, Itor.ei and Mule, for ..lie, IlufBri dollar in the world. J C Tiiiaic, the Hues laid down in his Coving- gambling hells. Huckner's reply to the question J Corn. ami Ciri. Surny, t'baelnne itoad Wj. A. W. I.1.ND1AY More plow horses nud fower us to what effect on his senatorial ona ami hjprinir Wngnn., r.meinber alml Tiik Baptists have 42,009 church- ton speech. race horses. candidacy he thought his einphut I fell you will be the ..me that I ii'v my- es and membership of .'1,7 1L', 108 in More economy nud less extrava- ic.illy expressed opposition to free Physicians from all over the IIoiinc Tor Ilcut. aelf in my alalile It ymi w.ut anylhlnr United Slnfe. Their church Pennyrlle the gance in the management of state silver would have: country and Trom West-terNice DWELLING for rent. 5 in tnt. Hue coie ami are lue ane I will property is estimated at $82,323,-123affairs. rlllltl'I.IN 4 .Ml MIOFITK ll,UOd. "That question occasions me no rooms and kitchen, and all other treat you right, There are 5.102 Kpiscopal inois Tennessee ami Southern III More men to stick to their farms been Solicits your hnsinc ss. We offer tho most Mheral Arcomuiodatloui churches in this country, liming on will be gnthered at Padncah and chosen avocations and fewer concern. I have alwayspeople eu conveniences. Apply to tirely frank with the luosday and Wednesday of of T. A. Lcdfoud. '(10 509 members. to our Otistomers Oousistent with Kstablished Their chnrcli lo attend and take to regulate national finances and Keutncky. and will continue to be Hickman Marble Works, lliinkini: I'riucldes. properly is worth $82,835,418. next in week twenty-fourtthe so. My love for them has grown annual to seek after ofllces. A ,11 lo boy nstonished his The churches of the Christian con- part Moro rigid enforcement of the from my childhood days. They iii:km4., kv. meeting of theSouthwesterii Kencompanions by informing them nection in this country Inning tucky Medical association, which state laws, nud less complaint of have heretofore honored me with that ho hud a spanking team nt 1,421 buildings worth $1,885,202, insufficient provision for punish- their confidence and given me his house. An excited crowd of mid attended by 107,722 memheis. society, as tiMial, will convene in ment of wroiigdoeis. 0. IJALTZKU. K.T.TYLHIt, M. II. SHAW, IMI. iikkva;ii) many ovitieuccs of luelr regaru nil trnlL-oi-l lininn with him f ITALIAN Si AMERICAN MAP.3LE, X'liero are 51,408 .Methodist church the council chamber of the city . . . . .... . a KiiuUK, More attention to public high- ., ivAii 1.1 Iia .... III .Ahitii tnr mm, It linrs 0110 on the morning of tho 21st for its ft ..uu.u .. 111, ... J. W. UOWUJLL. ' a. t'Aiiia, wnen in the United mem nsketl: "vviiut ot oh of all branches Monunonts, Tomb and Gravo ways, and tho pa um, M wng States, having 4,580,285 communi customary two days session. school system, betterment of the L'onerosity ror me to attempt now ,p..B n,n ,em, and less talk about to win (heir support by oonceab) Nearly every practicing doctor in Stones. rants, mid their church property the Purchase tie rt..,..f TTAVINf,,D '": adnelolof Ameri imr On in tlinrn inv HinnnrA nnnvin. and muiiy from national ques'ions in off years. at 8132,140,179. Ol points is valued F"r earache nnd toothache, 1 ctn ani Italian .Mar'tla, I am pre. tlons on public questions in wbichi I'leshyteriau church buildings in ent at more remote will be presall onlrra Electric Bittors. tho convention. Puducub they are interested. I prefer tola1"' neuralgia in head or face, tho par.J to till Order, from Uall and eiamlnr he United Slates there nro 13,470; my work. the country will Visitor, respect rather thuu.i remuui in a nop pomiice be promptly filttd, This remedy id becoming so well live in their their membership ainonnts to wrung, from hot viuogar; and win, with the loss of it, (he high 1,278,332 and the value of their against such need one should Uncle Louis Mojiljoy, colored, known and so popular as to need est ofllco in the laud." ohmch property is J94,80,01)7. tiauuel A. W. LINDSAY, of Wolf Island, this county, was no special mention. All who have was just such manly honesty. keep on hand n It Houston Post. in (lie city today Uncle Louis is used Electric Hitlers slug the. and sturdiness that twice iiiailej bags or convenient size, at tiffed hops. , XVuilk nil over . the connfry. the wealthiest colored man in .. presiueiu. with strong, "I iiiwini.iiiu song of praise. A purer uio ver uioveiauu Phja'tlio- r,;."ru.!..:?tT" .. UfOKMAN, KY. O0".n,J'' l,el" vrortU ' money and medicine does not exist mid it is Courier-Journapeople the real estate to the amouut of 33,- - L'uurantoeil to do all that is claimed MAnv UxvttrHlon HutCM. ver question they are losing sight 000. lie came to this cnnntv in Electric Hitters will cure all dis- I'aliilX Paint!! Palut!!! Via) Ihe & W It. Waahtnc-Ion- ; Offioe with R. fi. Murrell. 8:1ft oi i lie. eueuiB or one or the most 1805 mid only hud a team upon eases of 0. S. JR. the Liver and Kidneys, important acts of Federal Legis- his arrival here. Ho now has will remove Pimples, Koils, Ball Just ree'd a fresh lot of Pnintf, PJC. ami return on account n( the lation. As u result of the tariff atiotit 000 acres of good laud. Uapil.t Convention, Rat ol B. lUieum and other affections caus- Peaslee, Oaulbert & Co's Mastiu SoulhJ-bill passed by a Democrutiu One He the round Irla lickela on uiiariestou Enterprise. ed by impure blood. Will drivo Mixed Paint, Adamant Floor P.iinl aal Al.r lor and 8th, limited for signed by u Democratic 7th anil - Lp uucie liiiuis is well known to Malaria from the system anil pre- Keady Mixed Carriace P.iinl. 0U lo 15 taye from dale of aale with return priviPresident the puoplu of this coun Office over llickni.to Hank. tho business men of Hickman, vent as well as cure all Malarial nrsin Oil. Dry Colors, Turpontiiii',H lege ofeiten.lon to 16 dayi more. liy are saving in their spring pur iiutiii liiiinenu vn, etc. Also UIOKMAN, KY. chuaes, millions of dollars. Peo with whom he has been trading fevers. For cure of Headache, rt, .if consumption and Indigestion try nice line oi liruslies of eory ple, are astounded, themselves, at lor years, and bears the reputa Eleotrio Hitters Entire salisfac scriptlon. Call uud see me. de Dalian, Texiw ami lleturn. Account Otneral Aaiemhly l'reihy. the cheapness of goods. The dr.v lion of beiugau Will promptly to all bii.lnen. In. -- T.T. Swayne. i t'rl.n Church Hate One Faro fur tho trusted attend care. to hla moliH-'O.I'lodsand clothing merchants teil forward man inhonorable, straight tiou guaranteed or money refunded v Round Trip. Ticket on aalo Slay l.llb lo Price J0 tits, and $1.00 per botall his dealings. m. 'ts that they are selling almost returning until June 3rd. The Kentucky Kducatlniml As I6lb, Kood K."DAVIDSOjN verythliig In their stocks for He has a sou attending the color-e- tler nt 0. A. IIoLOQMHK'a DrugTbeaa rates to the sneiatiou holds its miutial meeting ion publlo are available delegatetravel store. 'W: school in Hickman. uirty to Ufiy per cent, cheaper and ai well at lo nt Liexiugtoii on Monday, Tuesday vlilion lo the above meelinf., .ian over before. Suits of readj Tin: Iliihsellville Herald tells a and Wednosdav, July 1. 'J and 8, Further lufurroatlon furni.bed on ap. ade clothing that sold under the The Hard well Stnr says that of the 'cKIiiIh.v law at $18 and 820, can perhaps tho oldest citizen has truth in an elleetive way when it The sessions will be held in thn plication to'any aentRailroad. Chenapeake, UIOKMAN, KENTUCKY Ohio Boulliweitern i bought under the Wilson law never witnessed Jli dryer months says tout "lliero are some in whose auditorium of the Btale Collogu. T. B. LYNCH. r 812.00 nuil 814 and those that in succession than we have had ears thu cry of 'Free Silver Iins oiiuciat raiiroau rams navo been General l'anenger Agent on all railroads, The Office over Gowgill & Cowgill'a Id at 815 are offered at 810. In up to thu commencement of the about tlie miiua meaning as 'Free seouretl people of Lexington have arrangDrug Store. lies' dress goods the change of present mouth. It will bereniem Lunch.' They really think that tlie ed for the entertainment of the Illinois Central R. R- 'iuiiH is even more marked and berod that near tho first of Mav word 'freo' means that everybody visitors, and special commitees itlnii goodh and all htaides are, 101t me raiiiH ceaseu, nun all will be given money, or will be en liavo lu will aell round-tritickets on May l'lb most instances, on tlie same through the summer it was dry, abled to get it very easily without ing euro hands the details for taknd 18th at the rale or of tho crowd and carrying w scale, livery farmer who fall came on uud It was still dryer. giving un cipiivulcnt in return." c:i;.vt 9111.R Attoraey-at-La'v- r out the programme. The itieetine .i.vh 8100 worth of dry uomls and One would have naturally predictm iu uo a very iuieresiiiit COAL! COAl! one, COAL! (nliing fur hi 1'iiMiil.v tins Hjiiin.' ed a wet winter, but on tho ACCORDINQ to tho Unlnntowii and many subjects texas Office up. Hair, ovnr Hlckmnn Hunk, os from 825 lo 8.15, bulllcieut it was so dry that wells and Telegram they me In rather a bnd terest to teachers of especial in Blacksmith and Undertaker and all connectWill give attention to liiiiliims intrust, most instances lopay Ids taxes. cisterns were drvuven in mid win- way in that town, yet have somefrom Hlalioai on It. line amilh of nrrsnuRo, ed with educational work will be ed In him In any of the State Courti, 'Iiilo this was true, wool that ter. Cairo, account o( the Unlleil It was then believed the thing to be thankful for. It ssys fiilly discussed. UIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. eukkka, is put tipun the free list by the spring would be so wet thai peo- "thu free silver craze," the small-poMM A TRIAL when ,on want ilsoii bill is steadily advancing ple would not get a crop planted. scare, the cut worms and the An exchange says a sure GIVK done, or irpalra un illinois lu.mi', , ,i price ami onllmiry unwashed mis proven to iieiiuothor mistake army worms, nro the (look of or hog cholera Is to feed To lie held at llouatou, bcxlnnliig May 22d. Wskiiin, fie. llur.eHliosing a redallv, ool is now selling at 15 cents of those who predicted wet weath- troubles now Infesting Union them on corn soaked in nod ANI'lIIlACiTK I nlau kcvli full line of to return for fifteen ( 15 ) pound cash, four cunts more er. Theio was perhaps never a County, but the Lord in his infin- tine anil spnnklod with turpen- Ticketaf-ooATTORNEHHAW, Iu ii dt ijuantltles dr.lrf I. and days from people had less trou- ite met cy has refrained from lay pepper. It furtuor says c;ionno extension, Iftime of sale,fifteen sulijeot adto in it sold for under thu MeKin-- spring when Undertaker's Goods, ileiilred, of days : : Kuntuoky Com moil, Ito'cwniid, nnd Solid Ulaclt Wal' law. These aro facts uud not ble In gutting out a crop. It seems ing the lust straw which fractures though tucy may die all that al ditional, if di.poied with Joint llokt-- IIiokman, : : ro flAi.K nv around, airent at llouitnn. They can be obuluel nut Collins nnd O.ineB, which can Le flttil orles, and the country has the that the old saying "one extreme the spine by sparing us the afflic- swlite fed on this diet will never tip on aliort iiotlre, nnd at rejnaU of tloket ngeiil ol the I. (J. It It. and ton. TTA VINO reamned the prclice of lnw, FARI & PARKER, mocrutio party to thank for follows another" bus tit last been tion of a "cuuerdatc fur tber Bymptotu of tho die necllng liuea. f. II. DOWKS. AatNlant J.J. will give hia ironiil and uniiirlded mnniiebtcu irlce. (5le me mil. 0UI, knocked out. : : euHC. nitoutlou to buslucia euiru.lcdlo bin care. Hickman, Qcncral Paiscuer Ageut, New Orla.un. : Kentucky j W-e- Shoji near ttf Jail. e Gov-iugtoione-tenth tuning, by which tue state conventions, district associations, pastors, churches and missionary societies aie called upon to con-tiibut- Olhtr grains are said not lo have buffered much. .. j. Tuk Southern HuntiBt conven- NIM IVeeK, adopts!' h "report on doue to small fruits and vegeta bio crops in many sections by Saturday night's frost. Corn in some places has been badly injured, but may jet bo replanted. ltKi'oms from many points in tho Northwest are to the effect that considerable damage Was e Rattler ll'n IUmse, Rohi Trier, Ja. Fire Insurance Companies Uakr. Henry Mellienr, Tom Johton, Wu, II. DUCHANAN. rre.ldenl; J. make cnods cheap but that does adjourned. Randlf, Cue riirvtketu 1,'ha. Pra'her, Clin Aetna, of Hartford, 110 good to the man who has no Cn.bi.r; Ma., field, Cba. I rry, Jno 8tubb, Fie-- I 1'lioenii. of llartferl, Free silver Tho prettiest Hue and largest money to buy with. Two Liroe SitoI 8.Vr tfprlnineld, of Ma., stock ever broujlit to Hickman may serve to increase the price Hartford Fire, uf Hartford, It la requeued I tut tUr procurol by Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junc hmbossed Leather, Arabasque of farm products and make money In O1 Hickman be eent to Pennsylranla Flre,o( fblla.letphla, Contbienlal, of Xe m York, and Repp finished Piipers in full more plentiful but It is tint going tion City, III., was told b her Mra. W. I'. Taylor'a or Mra G. U Itindle'. combinations, All old Block at to put dollars in tho pockets of doctors she bad Consumption and Thwe prociireil In HV-- llletman lo Ur Hreiiian Fund,No rid merloa, of l'blla , ol r'rnci.-o-, the fellow who sits nrounil 011 tho that there was 110 hope for her, It. M. ItAletheiiy'e, nl m A Ktai 'llekiu'in 10 cost uud less. t ilovura aliould Manclie.irr, of Knuland, 0. Kamane. Mr. it. Wilson's Book Stork. goods boxes and talks ubnut at- but two bottles Dr. King's New lie cent In by I'i o'c! ik, i the enimlllre Mvohantr. and Tr ler., of N 0. The cut worms demand more Discovery completely cured her on coutryancc will call (or etiie by 1 They are famou. fair dr. lint, and prompt and liberal Mtttmrnl of loi.ea. tention just now than the silver and sho-'saIt saveil Iter lire. 0 cIikIc- Carlisle's Programme. question and the corn fields need Mr Tlini. Kuonra. - - Klariiiifil. t . Oii moiinn, U T. Davit w appoin'cl Will Insure Your rroparty at Lowest i:l .. "MM"' . .. A. " i.l vr-"- -: ' " wi. ,JulpJdjiUUXttURCf.tllB)Ub,SlyjUfe MfrtUfrmtfiW. ,.JiHffwciL.fJ.PCT,liTH':"r"" n Bates Cjnslstant with Socurity. n i Phiiwir's ftn H ADtrrrrr; m.mnern qi in. rarioii. I iue V" 0..n,..,(n.. ellCII ... money, four of which will be nte. Elizubethtown News. "MillIlk IVOU'l ordera. """. nutlflllfll Churciir., Sunday and Pay School. thit Acenry 'ii can alto arcure atbe.i eompany a Life every thing elso then bought one are especially invited and rriiii-temade in Kentucky. Ht Covington, to I'olloy In the -Ifynn want a Necktie for bottle of Dr. King's New Dm take part in the xercic of lhe day. Louisville, Howling Green and In the world, -- ,,., ., Lexington, and one before the Spring, either aTeck, Club House co very and In two weeks wu Hie pmcfMlon of the tarioui LuJe. anJ form at o'clock cho. He is naturally thaiikfn directionh of the Maraliat, U T under the enred. "Sound .Money" convention at lie, Club llow, Iliekman, Ky 1. Patl. string Ties or Windsors in Lawns It is such results, of which thet-Memphis, Tenn., on May 22. The eiercl.r. at tlie C.inetery will be. or Silks, for both Ladies and Gen- are samples, that prove the won t'o at 2 o'clock p. m. i, His first speech wtll be at Open Ou uiolloa tneetin'f adjourned. for Ky., Mxjiiilny May 20; tlemen, (lout fail to see the beau- derful efllcaoy of this medlciuo in C. II (Write, Ch'in Coughs anil Colds. Free tri.i' Bowling (reenKy.. Saturday, tiful assortment at AMnKBO't I), K. Wil.o.v, ric'y bottles at O. A. Holcomuk.-- . May 25, uud Louisville, Ivy., TuesA NKW AND FIKST-CLASritoan.VMitK at ckmktcry. Drug Store. IV hat Kentucky Xced. day, May 28. His Covington speech FEED AND will be a democratic political adSALE LIVERY, l.t failed to order liy Mayor Dillon. Kentucky It; llrr.nl. 1iiie (louder l.llliih II111 hart, May Olenn, Maude Parhani, Mrj PIotJ, Sila 8tuhb, li.llie Carinlrr, r, Addie Minnie Llppard, Annie Welman, Marr Nnonnn Al.int-- J, N. H4.adle T.T. Hwarne, I.i.k Itie.ard A W L1ndr, P. K. Wil. on, J rre Malont Senler Koerte, llobl. Hradlej, Juu llatn, ll.rry Ju.lr, Dr. U Prlla ll.ner, Nora Eiker, Mat-li- e ', DeUow, Annie Sherron, Om Ida Moaie, Fiinnle -- I'l.jr, Mnj (Henn, Leone Fuqua, Mr Atood, lletii Pun-ca- n. Kale Cole, Irene Parrot, Little llur-'o- n, Clirk, M.rjr .Moolr Uele 0-- Delia, ly n'M J. AND MMUW NATIONAL BANK, ly I. E. Ellison, tlu following leading CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. rHRBOTOE,S. II. BUCHANAN, J. J. C. HON DUU ANT, W AI.KXANUKK, Jmige K. I.. AI.KXANVKK. J A TIIOMrOiV C. L. HA.NIM.K 0. 11 TIIKCLKKLU Itepreienle "WALL PAPER. J. W. M. a IIONlIIRA NT, VIm-I- V R,NIt.K, A..lilanlC.tlier. t.id.at; R. L. AI.B.X-ANUK- lliec-inniilli- 1 IIU liU AN WAGON CO., w - l TUK IKUUSATKU S-- ys tf V "tnr ....l :.!.. .., mm a d ClBaw9llff'!RsB,ta'', 3:iiSrTUOIIY. & Four-in-han- 1 :'i h vm HICEMAN WAGON, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. l.lIVIi:n S 11 Hickman. Ky. HICB.MA1T B ANHf DIREOTOES Paid Ui Capital $40,000.00. . j. i. rim f. h 1 1 B. C. RAMAGE, "."."-'- "' n 7 Couier job Oib execute Job Work with neatness and despatch. half-doze- home-cure- - -- . . .!",? Attoray.at.Law, Attorney at T. DAVIS, Is thoroughly equipped, ilnd prepared to l. C Con-fies- s : w, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, " . d drTs." Dentist, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, 4" Si. Ball Tickets, 111 p . o.i; R. T. TYLER, We Guarantee Satisfaction. Business Cards. vim con-liur- v HOUSTON A. P. OLIVER!, x .e WSFM UNION O. L. d HANDLE . v t Leg-islutur- ,4 '.Ittfcfc v . ST- - - . J. . v-- ,JV '! -- ' - v v.,. .. ' -- i . '".. . ' f..v4 Uiillroiid Time Tabic. Trl Ho, lit, U.H f. h Train N". 51, IS. lu x, , Triln N. M, ii m r , Train .No. M, S.M . h, Tlil roiil intiVaa cln connrctlon wild (lie Ii & N at McKentle polng norili, nml N., 0. i.kvn4i & St. L. II. It. I AHumm V. M t'.!ueutt June-lio- n nc-- k una tifrn eilremelf colli for llil going norili nml lh Newborn icconc HHon of Ike year. Wt learn llmt on moJullou going aoulh. MnmUr lilglit ice front vnx tlxtceoth to u eighth of an lucli lu Ihlckun. forineJ lu ttils lomllly. & nllh the N. N. Oct ready for Decoration Day. W For correct sizes and styles lu W'lilto Bldrts go to Amiiuiio'h The weather for tlio past Circuit Court Ileum. M 1 LOCAL ""njYto" Friday In latHIBY L Wc have secured the services of Miss Caspar, oi'St. Louis, in our Millinery Department. Miss Caspar comes to us with the best of recommendations. She is direct from one of the largest retail Millinery establishments of St. Louis, and is therefore thoroughly familiar with this season's styles. She is an expert trimmer, and her work since she came with us has been favorably commented on. Our stock of Millinery Goods is larger this season than ever before, and comprises all the latest shapes iiv IIATS, with every .'desirable trimming. We are prepared to servo you in a lirst class manner, and cordially, invito you 'tocaH and inspect bur SYorkvOuipMcconure' as low as first class Millinery anywhere is guaranteed. Satisfaction w r -- I Next Day. I Decoration Tlio river Ih lower Hum usual iiaiou of the )cir. Se itmurniii of Decoration I'XUU'ImCH In this Irbjio. I lil Sunday Ih Ohlldieu'a tho Methodist church. Iss Day nt Mollio Stoker Ih visiting relatives nt Sharon, Tciin. Mr. .Inlm Hall, of Piuliiculi, was lu the clly Wednesday. Uncle Nick Combs, onoof tlio oldest citizens of the oouiily, Is repotted very low with txphoid pneumonia, ut his homo a Tew miles south of Iohii. HW Work Bhlrt" Ironi U."i to 7"o Iiimpets fiom il.'i tu 75c. Over, tills (rum 00 to !)l)u. CoIIoiiiiiIoh and tleitus Punts fiom 00u In ."J.ttO ut AJiiiiiltd'ri. big dam at Three B'.ates, The Mo., broke nuu night last week ami let all the water out, and the mill has hhut down for a sliott lime. It is said thut tho dam cost 10,000. M V Itov W. Y. Qulsenberrv will commence a moeliuuiit Wooillaud Tito report. Iroin the growing Mills, lenn., next Sunday to conlit crop In mijrlhliij bul netiurilng tinue some days. Ho is a noted rtrGn To' Swayni'.'h Drug divine, and tho public uro invited Btoro.fortflNK TO I LOT BOAT. to hear him. Mr.JfrK. Oano Is building n Fiom all account! Cliniutra;i't Cough llin R.raalr new trooper shop on Carroll Tl.tra I nla a )i auil Inavhoul allllcii-- l Ihlat iicut. I Ilk aajrlua It, TttK llKMocaAT, Juai ft For tale 1 T, T. In spreading. Carrolllon, Keniuckj'. Tho lilcyclo crnro . Jfcnrly every boy fa town has u fi A YXi: Druggist. "bike." Mr. Jus. Gaucr, n young man lut out spring styles living with Mr. Win. Perry, on fcdrAll tho Bassafras Itidge, was adjudged inIn Fur, Stlffaud Struw Hat ut sane last week, and on WednesAmiikiuj'u day night was can led to the u avItcnlnrky lodge, Knights of ium at ilopklusvilln. Honor, will nioul In rcgulur A slight frost fell in this section Monday night, and consider-ablErnest Bowdon nuil Minn damage la reported to have Boyd wore uniteil In timrriago been done to young corn and vegut Full on hint week. The fruit crop is not etables. Lonve. W3 llreuil 2 of Bread for 10c. thought to be Injured. Cicnin for 15 cimiIh, nt krlf you waut an elegant Wm. J OcYUU. Bpriug Suit at u very low figure Tho T.iillofi IVajer ineotlng go to AMliKlio'ri will lie held this evening at tlio A bubo with two faces was iinldeueo of Mr. W. II. Utilizer. born to .1 Doltrrly and wife at Mr. nml Mrs. Worth, of Mor. Kansas City last week. The two row, visited tho family of W. 1). faces are hack to back and the Towrll, jr., near tho clly, this child Is healthy and strong. Hunweek. dreds have viewed the child. A negro man was run ovor Tho Indies of tho Baptist church gave mi Ico cream anil and killed near Dresden one day nt i a wherry supper at City Hall last week by a train on tho N. (J. & Bt. 1. Itallroad. last night. The victim Mr. Geo. Barllrtl, wife hiiiI was criiHHiug a bridge, and being little tlauhtrr,nIKunxvillcTeiiu., deaf could not hear tho warning nit) visiting Mr. and Mrs. Win. given. Dcisllebrluk. Wily friends will picasc bear that I pmpose to irGol your Watch Ilxcd by In mind for Cash this season. sell strictly (lie expert Jeweler at AlililR L. Jo.NKS. IIUOK linos. A gentleman living near FulMiss Saillo Amberg rotiirued 10 lifluf WrUnriJaf, faun lion Hug (itrrn, ton has a cow Hint cost him Blnco that time whtre li( ha. Iitea (UiiJiiif (dool tbr two years ago. ho has sold :M0 wnrlhf butler 'i.l ltd raoulli.. MohHrs. Kniorsou anil Cloys, made fiom this cow's milk, beFulof M.jfirU. arrltrd Id the clly UVIun. sides what tho family used. t!Ji til (till niffr. l one In iui tli ton Guard. lllliune ajr.lf . In working urJr. Mr. Win. D.Taylor, of Cairo, Tlio lildiclo nml tho (lectrlo Ills., was in the rlty this week atenr lijivt oundoil tlio drntli. kurl tending court. Ha was of the horse as u coniini-rclii- l fac- oouiitillitimi from Ida irurd at the recent election lu that city, detor. Mrs. 8. H. Tarkf r mid Misses. feating his oppoucuts by a good Light, .Mmv iiihI Irciio Karin nt majority. tended mi eutrrtalliuieiit at Troy Blnco bin Inc Hern's stock Wcdiicsdiiy night. of Jewelry, iic, wo have adopted "irHcinniiiilH of Wall lNipcr the strict cash systeui.o please come and pay what yo us. for screens nt fio per roll. Our prices uro lower than ever. Wii.so.n'm ''dcadener" on the leo buslttcso. The recent oohl poll wns n Vu i The present term of tho Circuit court will ozpiro by limitation tomorrow. Th 6 following persons have been triad and sentenced sluco our last issue. Mol. Sams, white, false swearing, 1 year. Geo. Cross, white, horso stealPaid to WIDOWS and OIIPIIANS in ONE YEAR. TWELVE ing, 2 yours. MILLIONS OK HOLLARS. Frank Papinnll, white, house-brea- Paid LIVING MEM REUS over NINE MILLIONS of DOLlug, 1 your. LARS in a SINGLE YEAR. Jack Wulker, white, hog Look nt thcie tretnciHlou'i figures, and say if you do not want nn Inyears, terest in this, tlio Jno. Goodwin, potty larceny, tried in two cnaes. In first case, sentenced to I mouths in Jail, mid Tull with E. Ii. ELLISON, Ayent, about the plans of this Grand in the other caso S months in Jail. Oi.ij Company. Ii you arc in good health you ian get a I'olicy now. nnd to bo worked nt hard labor. You may not bo insurablo Jo Jiimcs, putty larceny, sentenced to '1 months in jail and to bo worked ut hard labor. Joe. Alexander, attempt to shoot, G mouths in jail and worked at hard labor. On Tuesday Judge Moss decided the election to establish n graded school at Gnyce. held on .. ' April liitli, nnd which carried by 5 voles, tote tUegnl,' nnd gnre "1, c . against the petitioners 'for Clover, Timothy, )a Is, Red Top and Orchard Gra&, JSew Garden amount, oi costs, etc., ot sniu elec Seed". Full Jino of Harness and Saddles. lion. try our. I wo Pointed Uuroeu Wire runs a lull rod lo tho pound. The Mutual Life Insurance Co., SOLID CASH ASSETS, NET SURPLUS, 204,638,783.96! 22,529,327.82! k eleul-Iug,l- 3 WORLD'S GREATEST INSTITUTION. SEEDS AND HARNESS. ' ft the Tannin -- JnMg-ine- ' ""' r Cure that Cold. Stop that Cough. White Pins Espsctorant WII.I. i sua-elo- ii e Stttftb, Elfisoa & Co, Alfi-o-d oDa-uiel- , Lll-li- e fel There is snmo talk of tho Populists putting a candidate In the Held to represent Hickman and Pulton counties lu the lower bouse of the next Lei'iflhilurc. Trot him out; wo want to see the man that's cot the uervo to make the race. tho newest shnpes tu Hhoes, Opera Oap, Yalo Cap, Globe (Jap, Plain Globe, Needle (Jap, Plain French, lu fact everything lu tho Shoo line, at Amiikuo'h. Mr-A- 2j CENTS ir BOTTLE. ( PELS THE OLD EELIABLK Spring Millinery! I take this method to Inform my friends that I am now ready to show them my large and beautiful stock of Millinery, embracing, as it does, all the Parisian, Continental and American Novelties, representing a stock unsurpassed lu beauty, style and PHIOK. The range in ahupo and color is too wide to give an udequnte idea in this way of what to expect, they must tie seen to be appreciated. Hitch one of the different stylos bought with a view to my custom era1 wants, of which ( have made n study. Unplug in this way tu still merit their kind patronage, for which I hereby return thanks, assuring them they Mill tlud the sumo e.xclusiveuesfi ll JIJ & Eld. Tbos. Wngouer, lormer-pastor of tho Hickman llaptist IT, (JUARANTEB church, was lu the city last week. Mr. Bradley, n farmer living Hickman College. ncir C'aycp, reports having a thir-- t acre field of wheat ruined by Report of enrollment, attend-mire- , thf Hessian fly. Tlio wher.t had dura absent uml number of ii faded ont nicely, but the roote turdies lor the 9th month of term hive lurued black, and aro nnn.ir ending June. 1, mio: emly dead, while tho stalk has n fir. turullnj. 1J). Atrtcut, No. fif tHflllt. pule, sickly nppcuruuoe. II 9 171) C3 I thinks the entire Held is ruined. II 27 G3 b IJI CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, Denier In DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND DYE-STUF- j HICKMAN, KV, -. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. 1 ;m 1 31 13.1 7 1 IV FANCY NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. v .13 CJ J. T. Kates, n farmer of Will Green, ajouncnian. t years old, near Newbern, Thihi. .Sunday. Green nt the timo was running away with a daughter of Mr. Ksles, who nave pursuit. After tho shouting Green proceeded lo liiiglitmivllle, where he and Miss Ksles wcto mairied. wealth, was killed by New effects in shadings and figures handsomest lino in town, COc lo jl.50 Sa.ndkks & Rick. VI VII I6 10 13 3i JJ 10 33 1 A. S. R03EDALE, -- Tiie Cash Grocer J. M. WITTING, DEALER IN 2 1 VIII 1 0 0 0 0 17 f ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHER, iltuu acuoot.. 11 CLAUK'8 OLD STAND, 31 7 Hi ir 5 6 230 Hiokman, Koatuoky OIJ Pictures Copied nnj Enlarged to any sree ueaired. OUT DOOUlVIEWS. rDeMae,'run 91 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. 0 67G popi arc growing more la IS Will of looLIni; lo T. T. for li. lal.fl nn 1 bct of rfcr-jlliluOo. 8jrn nl mnrf In I beauty and excelle en of material for which my goods are noted and at prices much lower than ever kuown before. Respectfully, AnuiE I j. J on is. ' in Mylo nnd Strayed or Stolen. DAUK HAY HOaSK. iho.l in frcut, aliont 16 hand hifli, broVr Iokk or aartoten frnm the raclc fwllli hupgy hKrarmon) In lliekuian Tiie.ilar nlsbl, lli'Jtlh lnt. Any In formal inn thank-fi-l,- fn J. 0. Chkkic, Principal. y riiaiillxrlatii'a Ihr il'llf lln.. lip Ooutli HrroMl. famou for Ita cure, of liaj roll'., croup ami Uonilni; euiich. U'l..n In n.i. I cf neh a m.llelniv pl I lit rrmi'lr Iritl nl joa "III Ni mnrp ih ihs result. For iale llii iiln-f.- l ! T. T. SWAYNE ViutzUU tlli tho Southern Queou variety can fl iitl my reslilencn In East Hickman near MuMuhan's, nt liOc per hundred. Come at ouee. (jt'SK.UUCKItY. tlu-mi-t' SWEET POTATO SLIPS. Parties wanting Potato slips of rectittd AdJrtta. T I) IHIKHY. WooJIand Milla, Tcnn. 4W Don't waiffor tho rain, bull , Whilo thO BUn KO to AMllKUO'H shines and buy an Umbrella. The 'a,.. cueapeBi mill ueai nssoriiucui in tho citr. 7-- G gfjouruia ncmre.io . "' Sl iravonng I My Stock lg always Freth nd Complete, nd I Inflie the p nbllo to com and aee me. Cash paid for Country Produce. Witting' old stnuj, Clinton Street, HICKMAN, KY. hfitctton guaranteed Bscsosacaccs oe F" shoes m SIIOKS SHOES SHOES SHOES S'lOi'.S SllOKS .1 WE SAID IT! --th- Kev. W. C. Waters Is nbsont from the city this week, conseo( fcaerHUn, no, will It quently there will be no preaching out Ben Ii.it. at the Mi'lliiiilUl church Sunday. The First District Kduciilioii-n- l The Children's Duy exercises wl'il Association will ho held at lake place at 11 o'clock, to which ilardwell next Fililas and tiulur everybody is Invited. day, May Ultli mid Hi. Three young men Itohert Vlrgll Wicker and A largo crowd attended foot Wiuthcrly, received Injuries WMHliliig services nt Kock Hpriugs Waller Duncan last week while working lu the lust SuihU.v. A mini her of Hoy a should bo box factory. were present. vety cateful when working around A Woiimn'u edition of tho muchiiicrj'. It uoul do to inun-keI'ailtu-al- i Slmiilurd will lio IshuciI with a buzz saw. Mrs. .las. Ivogor has tetrWIien you coma to Hickman charge of the circulation depart In court, don't fail to look for .1. incut. I). Price's now livery, feed mid ted" ill o largest assortment of sale stable. Plenty of good water Biispoudors lu tbo city, from 10 to nnd feed. K.en thing is lirst J5o at AMiiKito't; class. Come and sse. eli.l, f.r tWotllaii D.jt, uil ilie onlrr tiutll.keJ In Iliok-iiiuiilty to-da- HdoK STOlir. Mnrslinl II. T. Duvis has )r. J M llubhtnl aa.liUnt Mr. Huck Hugh. s WESTOTOIT! s CD o MM MM BUCHANAN'S! The Leader of Fashion and Fountain head oi The Progressive A miFA"P aWA mrMaJmH 73 Of tlio Sliocssold in Hickman are bought at the c w U M CASH SHOE ST.ORE. It It it it it o M lint o tn . It ciMii:l!tor ? that tlit itojiIc merely nant to do sumetbini; for in vre are to luniHomp? that wc are clevcttr or honetcr than our Dry GooJj ? CO CO i a It it V O PI vaiiely (better valuci loo) than to le hail in IlicVman lcfore. We nrtii let a reiMinithle romplaint go untiutfinl. Our guarantee m.ifnWy trill le made gout if wc are given a ua.iya hive We ilmw Short In lccauc we n-- Uc roo1 advciliie NEITHER. rclUKic Shoe low for Caili. " , tn 5S pi o Store o! Progressive Hickman ! . err O M CO o to K O to Jinr dianctuy complainant. Our Short that rip wc tew free. U(M Ktiuirlng Machine in SIIOK SIIOP Lailitt Umlly inect our hamltomc line of lllack ami Col'd Oi o CO a K ( fc ! The board of Trustees of C Pm Hiakiiiau College, Friday night B Pm U lust, Miss Kckoras one of the teachers of that institution OT I. W for tho next term. No better seo O lection could have been iimile, as w ? 4 Miss Kokorla an excellent teacher, w OT anil has endeared herself alike to OT tbo patrons and pupils of HickU man College. o & Tlio bicycle fever is not con OT '" lined iiloue to tho small boys and R:iOH8 SJIOHS SHOIIS 8HOIIS S5IOHS S5IOI18 SHOIIS 4 youths, as several of our business men aro learning to tide on the ri wheal. A number of now wheels of the latest Improved styles St, Louis that the It The Hlokmnn Joint Sto have been received the past week, Eagle la enul inCoin puny haa put Tacket Go's grocery eslablibhnient and and from (his time on the number the Kurd Herold in the St. Louis Anthony Collier's rosideuce iu MIIHIOW ul AMlliaurH of broken bends skinned noses. Memphis trade in opposition I 'List Hickman, wero destroyed by mid dislocated Joints will bo great- nuiltho Miss ItoHollo Wilsnu, duugh 0. W. Batchclor, nnd by tiro early Friday morning lust. lo (er of IU'V, A. K. Wilson, presid ly augmented. way of retaliation, boeauso the Tho cause of tbo lire is unknown, lug older of the Union City Dis ted" Tlio largest stock ever tu batchclor extended her trips from but Htitinosed In be thn woik nl trict, died at Jacksnu, Teuu., last Western Kentucky U Jewelry (Julio to St. Louis. nu iticcudinry. Tho Joint Stork' week of pneumonia. stores in one. Jewelry nt ami Co. is composed of colored citi ' nice, gontle, irlfyoti It thoro is any virtue In the less than cost, while they last. ladies' horse,want a clean Buggy, zona of Hlekmau, and has beon a nice, doing business for several old sign that a heavy looust bloom Silver Plated Castors $1.J5I sty If, go They hud I? 100 insurance on yi'sis. everything lu Unos. huck stock is n precursor of u good crop, this .1. L). Price's i very stable uutl Tho building was owned by the Tho weather w seucros are to part of the country ought to swim got It. predicting u very warm summer. In milk and honey this eur. order of U. i). ofI, the second They say spring sot in curly nml Somo ponplo nrc ready to story being used by them as a ftafBou the ologaiit Hammocks with force and that already tho Tho building was reap all tho good things, mid nev- lodgo room. nml Oroijui't sets. Prices guarandays and nights are so warm that er spend a neiit nor turn u hand insured for $fl()0. Anthony Collower than over, ut teed lier, col , lost his house and every (lies, uiiiHiiuitoH, bull bats, etc., to aid in biiugiiig Wii.bon'h Hook Stouk. in fact all the summer pests are thiuga. This is about the good thing in it, mid was utilnsurod. all wrong, mid Mr. Olins K. Horry Iiiih return. here. Certainly If tho weather those who uro guilty of such an We loarn Hint tho Joint Stuck Co. oil to Ida homo at Woodland .Mills. grows pronoitiouutoly warmer us error should nt once resolve to will resume business as soon as they can get ihelramiirs niljttstod, lio Is ii clover young man, a com- - summer comes that season is to do something for themselves. and tho order of U. II. of F. will pntent jowcler, and wo hope ho bo u scorcher for n fact. c time for Summer Unwill soon get into business ugaiu. On Tuesday evening n cnuplu derwear is rapidly upproauhitig. rebuild at once. Spioi' uml Mrs. I'reparo for it by purchasing an To the Citizens of tho SurLast wook n man by tlio uaiiio of ladies, Mis. of Sholl while iittemptiug to hivo Pyles, having in their ohnrgo a outfit from tho lurgo assortment rounding Country, n swarm of beca for Dr. W. G.' little daughter of Mr. II. N. Cow, nt AMimua'u Wm. V. Gkvkk, tho linker, tho gill, were out riding, when tho Morria on Btato Lino Ntreet, in Tiikur is danger of yellow fever only ntio who bus ever succeeded .Fulton, wiih ailing uliuoat tu death. horso ran away, turning the buggy ovor and throwing Mrs. Spier nml Infection among tho South 'Atlan- In Hickman, Ky., fur many years, Mr Don't fall to seo tho now Mr. Cowgill's little (laughter out. tic seaboard, according to Surgeon Is still living nnd has run his bak- . effects in WAhU VAVKll ut WIN Fortunately they both escaped ii'iiuiiu , i,iimu ..r .1... ir. ui iiiu uiiiil'ii cry lor o years; ttiereioro you hoiih' Hook Store. Prices uro low, with slight bruises. Mrs. Pyles States Matiiio liospitul tjervlee, must say Ida bread ami other goods u room costing from $1.00 to $0.00 escaped Ho now without injury, having who is now down in that section hnvo good reputation. Our neighboring town, Three Jumped from tho buggy when the on a tour of Inspection. Ilo tele- sells r coot loaves for ii cts. HtntcH. Mn was ineorpntuteil last borae Mtatteil to run. Tho acei graphs fiom Brunswick, Ga., urg- You set If loaves of Breatl for lOo, week, uml MeeHra. A. I. Taylor, dent hapiieuetl near tho College ing immediate notion by the Fed- and Cream Bicud, 10u loaves, 2 Ilo loaves for 15 cents. A big cut Kil. tiimtiiH, Alox. Barnes, (I. V. and the unfoituuuto ones were eral authorities in the mailer. Iliirrlaou uutl Mr. Zook, appointed teutlorly eared for by the uood feats that (he yellow fuver will be iu liread. Call mid see him nuil get your money's woith, imported from Iluvuuu. Ickdled in tbul Uuinlty. Uusteea. CO -- Last Snturday was Deonra. (ion Day at Mt. ion. A largo crowd was present, mid dluuer was served on the grounds. A great many women ore having trouble with their heads about this time of tlio year. The trouble is to And a hat or bonuol (hat is beuouiing. A woman with a tack hammer mid lii cents worth of colored can make n room more cheerful than n man with lots of money itiid u tired feeling. most elegant lino of Kcgligco Bhiits over displaced in (ho city. Beo suinplea in show p:i-p- Sense and Patent Tips. OSo Stiietly Solid and Gtiamutood to give satisfaction C. S. nnd Tipped. gl.'.'S Extra Soft nnd Flexible O. S.atid Patent Tipped. 1.50 lino of Oxfords that wo (lunrnntoo to wear with any 2.00 goods. 1.75 Fancy and Plain equal In stylo and wear to 2.1.'5 goods olsowhere. L00 lo if.'lOO Finest Low Cut Shoes ovor shown in the city. 18c Co in 111 on CO wc inaugurate our SPECIAL DECORATION WEEK SALE, wliicli m means hix glorious days of mirth anil (lowers; six day Carnival of Gorgeous Bargains anil Hnppy Custonicis; six tlaya of Bargain giving; bix days of Splendid Opportunities. FACTS FOlt CUSTOM KItS Other houses fail, weaker liotihes vunUli, Higli Trices surrender to tlio booming puns of BUCHANAN'S Sharpshooters marking down values to their lowest notch. Let extortion tremble; this is the Teople's victory us well as BUCHANAN'S. car Kead this list of as advertised! .SILKS. L'Oin. nil '2'1 GENUINE BARGAINS for DECORATION WEEK, you will find everything SILKS, SILKS. in. Ohangablo Tu (fetus Silk Ohinasall aba Jos 22Jo l'Jc SANDERS BICE. i L2In. Chnugablo Tatrotas of Foreign Looms S7Ao 20 iu. Figu'rod Indlaa, now- .Tic est colorings 20 iu. Wash Silk. 3To BLACK GOODS, BLACK GOODS, Wo have no competition. All Wool French Serge IJG in. 33o All Wool Diagonal Sergo which other bouses call a SO bargain at $1,110, our price GOo in. Fast Black Heutietta 2 jo worth 40c at HG in. Crepo Effect Cropon 7fic A GREAT SENSATION IN OUR WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT, ' Urst-ulan- s I Dotted Swiss Essex Law ti a Dimities . ltenlllo Cloth tuitterus tu bunuaomo J2c 7o Gc Nainsook India Liiinua Best Prints. LINENS GO Garner I'orculea 10 10 Cm 5o Go AND DOMESTICS, B&r-Th- Hi iu. 35o in. Bleached Damask Turkey lied Oil Boiled 20o Table Linen Too .!., fio 18 in. Toilet Crash 18 in. Bleached Crash all linen Tu Yd. wide Unbleached DomesTic tic very heavy Yd. wide Bleached Domestic Ro To Now line of Domet shirting 10-l"u Blenchod Shooting Ion Beat Feather Ticking 1 J Doylies OUR WEATHER PROPHET inery and Fancy Goods. has just announced tho rauso of The event of tho your is our tho extreme hot weather of the lirst of the mouth. Ilo says the showinc styles from tho loading blow, bluster and braggadocio of Designers and Trimmers of tho somoof tbo Hickman clothiers, f.tstiloimblo world. Largest lino broke' a fow cogs of the earth's of Laces and Embroideties in wheels, thereby causing great Hickman. Our purchasing facilities friction at the North pole, with enable us to produce styles und consequent hot weather in Hick patterns, n season boforo other luuu, whoro overj'liolly iiikJ flverj'' Iiouhuh renliso iviiat is shown in thins, bnt cyclones, Is suro tol the realm of fashion. Our store la come. We extend our tliutiKs tol always attractive nnd iniide pleas-uti- t to our customers by polito attho propliot for his information, and us u reward havo raised his tention, by salesmen of wide exsalary and caused him to make perience who tuke pains to bene-li- t our patrons who may rcquiro the following announcement: expert judgment iu recurd to "IWCIIASAX gin bdttr Clothing far styles, combinations und trimUa monry than any other house in lliehnan." mings. Men's Suits, i 4.T5 G.IKI SPECIAL'PRICES FOR DECORATION Suits, Men's T.50 Ladies Shirt Wnists ' Suits, Men's lino CDo 10.00 Ludiosfiiai bl'k seamless hose, Men's imp. Clay Worsted, 1.50 Children's Satinet Suits 12 regular made, 2.50 Latest ideas in Fans Children's Glav Worsted. T5 Do not miss seeing our $1 00 Tortoiso Shell Sido Combs shirt wo are soiling in our 50 mid ornumonts 75o Best Knclish Brass Pins 3 Furnishing Dep't, for 1.00 Men's heavy plow Shoes 23o tinners for 1.50 Tan mid White Striped CorMen's oil grain Congress n. ...... 00 W..r, ..II .....I.. sets. Fit to living modfds 75 0 1.50 Corset Waist, (Dr. Warner) 1.23 Spring Heel, Men's Congress dross shoes On these six days our storo will 1.23 be beautifully good value decoratod with Men's Cordovan Calf, lace or cut tie wets and growing plants. 2.50 mlUco to say that these decoracongress Men's Solid Comfort warrantions will be by a master of tho 1.50 art ted, his best style. Every ono 1.00 knows by this statement that Ladles Dougoln kid button, Ladies Doucnla kid, very flue 1 50 there will 'bo something Hoy aland Ladles Queen Beo, worth i'., " "5 cannot be duplicated except In "Ho Metropolitan Ladies Oxfords, stores. Lu (litis T5 don't miss It, It is wnrtli coining Trilby Ladles Ladles lino Oxfords, tho latest, 1.50 miles to see. No spociul invita1.25 tions. Ladies Tun, Vale too all-woalt-woall-wo- 111 3. TZttZBZXSEZStOZ y,- sxjoi3:-AL.3sr.r- .'ntw ses: ' I'r-!?- ; jtrwy?.', ;'wy jff yj ..J w e f it .11 ' ,. "4k fe m(lk . , SUH1 ,..- - ... A- - JsV.aA4,WJtsK-raf-c if LsjLL-'Jr--.!-- - !. t i That Tired Feeling It Is rcmnrknblo how many pooplo there arc who have That TIreil reeling unci seem to think It is of no Importance or that nothing ncml bo ihme for it. They would not lie so careless If they realized how renlly serious the innlndyls. Hut they think or say "It will rooIT after a while."' Wo do not mean tho legitimate weariness which nil cxpcricnco after n hard day's work, but tint regulates the digestion and makes tho sulTcring thai term Implies. That Tired IVelltiff and nervousness nro sure indications of an impure and Impoverished condition of tho blood. The craving of tho system for help can only bo met by purifying the Mood. Hood's Sursapnrllln Is the ono great Mood purltlcr. It expels nil Impurities. glvs vitality and strength, wltlmll the horrlblo forerunner of nervous prostration, pictures for tho future. You will Uio "Judgment Uav If They Cultivate the Health of Their '"ivo with yoll till sit; IIVtllllV-lilt VMU Vtllf MICUI' Hotly and flnd you hove over looked at ntid of all tie tlcbatichcd scenes you hove read aboo nt Hint 1 hy llai a Show mo th newspaper) you take and Anil Obey the l. la the I iiliirr llrfrtri" llieni, the books you read, and I will tell yon IIHeIiI I'rrillitlonof Iter. 1. PeWItt what arc your prospects for Inlinace, I). !. In this life, Hnd what will bo your resi- for well-being All that tnorlal WOIiDS FOlf 1W1H MEN. t)r hcnrphotojrrnphy. urRUll t(J (rocs Jnt0 I finger nail compared with your whole, body is thn life on earth compared with the next life. I suppose there are not more that half n doren people in this world a hiiildred yenrs old. Hut very few people In nny country reach eighty. Tho majority of the human rnce expire before thirty. Now, what an equlpose In such a consideration. If things go wrong, it Is only a FARM 'AND GARDEN. CARING Highest of all lfl Lcansksg PtwetV Lte U B. 0Wt Report FOR LAMBS. Ilmr to Slnrl the limns; Creatures In III Ytiiy tit (Jillrk (Iroi.lli While tho lamb is young Is the time to start it In tho wny of quick growth of mutton f nun liny and corn dupotidt very largely on the start It guts during Its .first few weeks of existence If It once guts stunted, no amount of subsequent coaxing con iiuiko It do its liest At first you must feed tho Ininl through Its mother To uihke her give plenty of milk. she. needs, In the win ter time, nil the clover liny she will eat. It should be jaW clover huy -- early cut nud well cured She needs plenty ol wht'nt brim If you do not wish to I would give wt fntteu her no corn, or ver little If I minted to fatten her with the lamb. I should give her a ration of this mixture by weight 100 parts of corn iiicnl, toopartsof whrnt bran. Ill parts of linseed men! I would gradually accustom her to this food, and as she Wcamc used to It, I would givo her nil she would eat. feeding It by self-feed- Its future tiscfulnessnsn manufacture! The subject ot Dr. Talmogc's sermon, bj request of six young men of Ohio, was: "Words With Voting Men." Hut few people who have passed fifty ml-vl- years of age nro capable of giving to joting men. Too ninny bcirln their councl by forgetting they oxer were joung men themselves. Noveme ber snows do not understand Tho east wind never blossom week did understand the south wind. mokes a poor list Autumnal golden-ront lecturing about early violets. Generally, when a man hns rheumatism in "his right foot he Is not competent to discuss jttvt title elasticity. Not Makes Pure Blood. one man out of n hundred can enlist nnd keep the attention of tho young the craniS5TLOOK FOR THIS A FIGHT WITH CATAMOUNTS. nfter there Is n bald spot onmeeting in 1 attended a largo A rrr.irlirr's Kiirnunlrr Aflrr stealing a um. I'nlr of Klttent. Philadelphia, assembled to discuss how n l'cv Dr Daniel Hudson is a the Young Men's Christian association Cntnpbelllte preacher of San uf that cltv might bo made more rr 18 on ltcrnnrdino county. He hns sought for jonng people, when n man souls nmong the hardest minlnc camps arose nnd tnadesonu' suggestions with BEST SCHOOL SHOE and the toughest lumbering localities such lugubrious tone of voice and a nmong the mountains of Arizona and manner that seemed to deplore that southern California for two decades. e cry thing was going to ruin, when He had an uncommon experience tho nn r.1.1 ftwl nln. nt T vnnrs rrVio ulnt-ilother day as iio was coming on horse- ns young In feeling as any one I Word the next: Never go to anr i back down the grade of tho San .lrxcln- - at 50, arose nnd said: "That l place where you would be ashamed to to mountain. Ho saw at tho ruga ol rood brother who una lust ad die. Adopt thnt plnn, nnd'VonJtM the chnparnl twolttlo catamount kit- dressed yon will excuse me for saying never go to any evil nmuscment, rore tens plnyftilly rolling nnd tumbling that n young mnn would no sooner go found in compromising surrounding. over ono nnotlipr on tho creek bank. and spend nn evening among such fun- How mnny startling cases within the The preacher wanted to cat eh tho eral tones of voice nnd funeral Ideas pnst few enrs of men called suddenly pretty, innocent looking of religion which that brother seems out of this world, and the newspaper o"SCH00L5? bunches of Huff nnd furnlivc nnd to to have adonted than ho would ra nml surprised us when tlirr mentioned the take them home ns curiosities. Ilo spend the evening in Laurel Hill ceme - ' locality and the companionship To 1X succeeded nnd consigned them to ono tery. " And yet these youngmenofOhlo. put It on the least important ground, side of tho saddlebags, the contents of nnd nil young men, hac n right to ask you ought not togo toan such forbid-thos- e which consisted of hymn bonks nnd who had many opportunities of den place, because if you depart this lllblcs. Mr. Hudson started his liorso studying this world nnd the next life in such circumstances, you put for the house of the nearest neighbor, world to give helpful suggestions ns to otllclntlng ministers in great a distance of siv miles or more. The what theories of life ono ought to G lo .00 , 11 to 13H-$I- .50 it. You know that some of reverend gentleman was riding slowly thnt all wholenvr 3 to lO.- 't- 1.25 T 1 to 3 1.75 along through the deepening gloom of adopt, and what dangers he ought to the ministers believe to Heaven, howevshun. Attention, young men! this life go straight IF YOU CANT OET THEM FROM YOUFI the forest in n thoughtful, First: Get your soul right. You see, er the have acted in this world, or DEALER WRITE TO when n shrill screech behind thnt Is the most valuable part of you. whatecr they have believed To get HAMILTON-BROWSHOE CO., linn up the mountain side reminded It is the most important room in your you through from such surroundin;sis him that it was growing dark, nnd houte. It Is the parlor of your entire an apnnlllng theological undertaking. IjOTJIS. there as n rapidly approaching pros- nnttre. Put the best picture on its One f the most urduous and bcsent-lu- g pect of a fight with the parents of the wnll. Put the best music under Its efforts of that kind that I ever Ni-lidMi- U kittens. arclus. It is Important to hnve the kne of was nt the obsequies of a man Dismountinir, he secured a heavy kitchen right, and the dining room who was found dead in n snow bank m-- Mhickory club before the cats nrrived, rlgl t, and the cellar right, nnd all the witti his rum jug close liesule htm. but not nnv too soon, ltoth the old oth.T rooms of your nature right; but, Hut the minister did the ork ROLLED cats appeared at the same time in tho oh! lic parlor of the soul! of happy transference ns wel. as road ahead of the preacher They had lie particular about the guests who . possible, although it did seem uundoubtedly scented the kittens and ...,.... I, cl... I. UUUrs lill U1U- IJtlT tiia ' ti little Inappropriate wiien nc II, ,1 I IL. !!. .1 made directly for their captor. One of those who would despoil and pollute it. rend: "lllessed are the dead who the catamounts, an unusually Inrge There nro princes nnd kings who would die In the Lord. They rest from their and ferocious male, made a spring for lih.; to come Into it, while there arc lnbors, and their works do f" low the dominie's throat, but received a assassins who would like to come out thcra." If you have no mercy upon whack with the hickory which laid from behind its curtains, nnd with yourself, hnve mercy upon the m tils-thiin on his back llefore Dr. lltid'on silent foot attempt tho desperate nnd who may be called to ofilci.tte at could recover his guard the female murderous. Let tho King come In. He your demise. Die nt home, or in some caught him by the shoulder as it leaped is now at tho door. Let mo be usher place of honest business, or where tho and rawed him, tearing n section of his to announce His arrival, and introduco laughter Is clean, or amid companioncoat and about si inches of his skin the King of this world, the King of all ships pure and elevating. Ilemi oibcr and llesh into ribbons. worlds, the King eternal, immortal. In- thnt nny place we go to mav become lly this time the male had got on his visible. Make room. Stand back. our starting point for the next world. feet again and both cats prepared to Clear the way Itow, kneel, worship When we enter the harbor of Heaven, spring ot once. Hudson, seeing that the the King. Hnve Him once for your and tho ofllcer of light comes aboard, otlalr was getting serious, backed up guest, and it docs not make much dif- let us be able to show that our t ear-- 1 against a tree and awaited their on- ference who comes or goes. Would ing papers were dated at the right slaught He didn't have"to wait long, you have a warrantee against moral port- as the male, snarl!t with rage, made a disaster, nnd surety of a noble career? Word the next: As soon as you can, ieap at his throat, while the female Head at least one chapter of the lliblo by industry nnd economy, have a home crept to one side, as if to flank him. on your knees every day of life. of your own. What do I mean by a This fact saved the preacher, as it gave Word the next: Have your body home? I menu two rooms and the "Light ho!" him tune to receive the bijrgest one. right 'Hon are you?" I often soy Messing of God on both of them; one IND THE In au instnut the ofllcer of the deck which he skillfully did by jumping to when I meet n friend of mine in Ilrook-lyroom for slumber, one for food its the rljjht nnd striking it as it struck He is over seventy, nnd alert and preparation and the partaking thereof. is at his side, glasses in hand. InquirLATEST the tree where he had just stood The vigorous, und very prominent in the Marl: you, I would like you to have a ing: blow knocked it senseless. The female law. His answer is; "I nm living on n home with thirty rooms, nil up"Where away?" PARIS made a Hying leap, but another ejnlck the capital of a well-speyouth." On holstered, pictured and stntuetted, but Then he, too, sees It, and bv ft is In movement allowed her to strike the the contrary, there are hundreds of I am putting It down nt the minimum formed of another vessel's presence FASHIONS base of the tree where the preacher thousands of good people who are suf- A husband nnd wife who can not be nenr him on tho dark ocean; then had stood. He gave it one hard tlotv fering the results of early sins. happy with a homo made up of comes nn anxious time, when with -I- Non the side, but slipped and fell, when happy strong glasses he strives to tell tho Tho grace of utxl gives one a new-- two rooms would not ,b Heaven if they got there color of that faint light; for he is as de La Mode, the cat buried her teeth and claws in heart, but not a new body. David, the in L'Art his leg It was now a rolling, tumbling Psalmist, had to cry out:' "Kemember He who wins nnd kcops tho after yet Informed onh of the other vessel's fight for n scry brief period, but the not the sinsof my youth." Lcta young Hon of n good, practical woman nnd whereabouts a the moment; 8 Colored Plates, did not desert man make his body n wine closet, or n domonle's good lu gloriously. Whntdo I mean by . knows not wh ch way she Is going, Iittlrjitd Sj Oir special him. He finally killed both animals. rum jug, or n whisky cask, or a beer jrood woman? I mean one who love nor what manner of vessel she may bo. Corps of "an l'rancisco Examiner. barrel, and smoko poisoned cigarettes God before she loved you. Whntdo' This last isw nat t'.e light next reveals riBI&UN artists. he is black-unde-r mean by a prnctical woman? I rac.v for if it be white it is the masthead until his hand trcmble-sanDl.eliarsrtl Ilrr Hubantl. tJTOrdcr It of your Newsdealer or send 35 the eyes, nnd his checks fall in. one who can help you earn a living light of a steamer; but, if It bo red or An interesting insight into the "ays tents for latest number lo some church seek and find for n time comes in almost ever green, the obsence of a white light of the ultra new uoinan was furnishfd and then ot a. sailing vessel. It is for the red THE CO., religion: yet all the praying ho can do mail's life when he is flung of har by the testimony in a London court ol misfortune, nnd you do not want s and green lights, commonly knovn ns : 3 Eost 19th St., NEW YORK. Mr. Heauclerk, n tock broker. Mrs. will not hinder tho physical law fractured. You weakling going around the house the side lights, that the officer of tho fVMENTION THIS rAPFR lleauclcrk tctilird that she employed six young naturalof Ohio, nnd all the whining nnd sniffling about how slu deck most keenly watches, for by them men 1U1', YlOItLl). HKhT IX Dice Inn that kIic her husband in In caro of your eyes, hnd it before you married her. The he can tell which way the vessel is gomen. discharged In in fiom Iter employ last joungwindowstake the soul Take care simple reason why thousands of men ing. If her red light shows ho knows of those ugust beciiufo of certain derelictions of your cars, and Hsten to nothing never get on in tho world is because that her port sldo is toward him, and of duty. Whenever she went out she '& depraves. Take care of your lips, they married nonentities nnrt never she is crossing to his left; if it Is her :sagL?ii used to lock the door of her private thnt and see that they utter no profanities. got over it. The only thing thnt Job's green light her . starboard side Is Vror fuvaYvivs:u smf lew "Do is his him, and wife proposed for 1 ofllcesolicitor you mean to My," nsked Take and avoiding nerves by enough a warm poultice his bolls was towardbut if both she redcrossing to are tfto,Yjl5S Vcs TMtTrtl the general "that if you taw sleep core of vour unhealthy exciteand green tho right; of profanlt xswytA s itu", wtw&wea the man you had stvorn to honor and ments, and by taking outdoor exercise, saying, "Curse God nnd die." I' showing she is heading straight In his obey writing in your private room yon of John direction. Thus ho learns by these run- whether by ball, or skate, or horse- adds' to our admiration Tim RISINO SUN would be to as to mv. back, lawn tcnis, or oshllarating bicy- Wesley tho manner in which he con nlng lights wricre the other vessel is, STOVU POLISH la tor Kenersl 'Out you go?'" "I should, certainly," cle, you if and quered his domestic unhapplness. His what she is and in what direction she sit upright J cskes PAST E. blacking of a stove. was the answer. N. i. Tribune. do not join that throng of sev- wife had slandered him nil over Eng- - is going; nnd he knows in plenty of THH SUN PASTG - A Cnreless Votary. Ilru'lt Doesn't eral hundred thousands who by the land, until, standing in his pulpit in time whether she is on his track, or POLIhlt lor a uulcl alter dinner shine, d'Auber belong to the modern realistic wheel nro cultivating crooked backs, City Road Chapel, he complained to whether she is crossing it in ono direc- applied and the" people soying", "I have been charg- tion or the other. All that is not school? Palette Yes; but he's one of and cramped chests, and deformed with a cloth every crime in the catalogue enough, however, to avoid collision; the kind of fellows that doesn't caro bodies, rapidly coming down toward cd with drunkenness;" when his wife fnr both he nnd the ofllcer on tho other 'Tors Bros.. Prop.. Canton, Mats.. U.H. and the attitude of the except whether school keeps or not. I'tick ASK YOUR DRUOaiST FOR Anything that nrose in the back part of the church vciscl must know exactly what to do beasts that perish. papers and bonds body, mind or soul to the earth nnd aid, "John, you know you were and what the other is going to do. Ho There are forty-sevemagazines in mis country managed ot is unhealthy. Oh, it is a grand thing drunk last night" Then Wesley ex must know. m to speak, on Just what to bo well, but do not depend on phar- - claimed, "Thank God, tho catalogue is track to switch nnd on Just what track edited by womeD When a mnn mnrries he the other vessel will switch to avoid macy nnd the doctors to make you complete." well. Stay well. Head John Todd's marries for Heaven or hell, and It is him This is settled by fixed rules, Manual, and Coomb's Physiology, nnd more so when a woman marries. Yeu which are the same tho world over und everything you can lay your hands on six young men m Knyette, 0., had bet- are known to nil mon who follow tho They are called tho "Itulesof tho M'a iibout mastication, and digestion, ter look out Word the next: Do not rate yourself Koad " Where you find and assimilation. Tne rules of tho road sny that when man or woman you too high, ltctter rate yourself too low. one health find fifty half dead. From my If vou rate yourself too low, tho world two vessels nro coining Ikws on that I enn experience testify will say: "Come up " If you rate your- s t say, on the some track each own FOR that, being n disciple of the gymna- self too high, tho world will say: vessel shall turn off to the right far Dys pe ptlc.Del Icate.Inf f rm and sium, many n time, just before going "Come down." It is a bad thing when enough to avoid the other; that when to the parallel bars, and punching n man gets so exaggerated an idea of wo vessels are crossing that is, when bags, nnd pulleys nnd weights, I himself ns did carl of Huchan, whose 'heir tracks would cross each other- JOHN CARLB A SONS. Ntw York. thought Satan was about to take pos- - speech Ilallantync, the Edinburgh the one which has .the other on her session of aoclety nnd the, church and I printer, could not set up for putLW? rl (rlirht) band must, turn to the world, but alter one hour ol uon ocenme ne nu nov tnuugn tao n starboard (the right), and go behind climbing and lifting and pulling. 1 felt l'a among his type. Hcmember tut the other vessel, while tho latter keeps like hastening homo so as to bo there the world got along without you ntsr on her track of course; and that a must always get out of when the millennium set in. Take a I O.WO years before you were born ajd steam-vessgood stout run every day. I find in unless some meteor collides with us or the way of a sailing vessel, a vessel at KNOWLEDGE that habit, which I hnve kept up since some internal explosion occurs, tr.s anchor or disabled, or a vessel with anBrings comfort and improvement and nt eighteen years I read tho aforesaid world wilt probablr last several tho other in tow. tends to personal enjoyment when Todd's manual, more recuperation sand yenrs after you ore dead Thus the lights tell, In tho darkest Word the next: Do not ix.stpone tq night, which way the ships are going, rightly used. Tho many, who live tet- than in anything else. Those six men ter than others nnd enjoy life more, ri th of Ohio will need nil possible nerve, long doing something decide for Col, and whutkind of ships they are; while less expenditure, by more promptly nnd nil possible eyesight, nnd nil pos- humanity nnd yourself, 'liie trreateit tho rules of the road tell, both for adapting tho world's best products to sible muscular development, beforo things linvo been done before forty I night and day, In which direction tho For the love of peace buy tho needs of physical being, will attest thev get through the terrific strugglo years of age. Pascal at sixteen, Cro- - ships must turn to keep out of each him Yankee Shaving Soap tho valuo to health of tho pure liquid of this life. tinsnt seventeen, Homulus at twenty, other's wny. If a vessel has another rij rrrrywovrf mia vj Th J. D. W llluma Co., Olutosburf , Conn. laxativo principles embraced in the W'hitcfield nt vessel in tow, she carries two masthead Word tho next: Take caro of your in- Pitt at twenty-two- , remedy, Syrup of Figs. Honaparto at twenty- -' lights instoad of one; nnd when a tellect Hern comes tho flood of novel- twenty-four- , Its excellence is due to its presenting Ignatius I.oyoln at thirty, Ha-- 1 sells at anchor she hns no side lights ninety-nin- e out of one hundred LYE in the form mot acceptable and pleas- ettes, EWIS' 98 had single light, belittling to every one that opens pliacl at thirty-seven- , tho l! POWDERED AND PEK7TJ1IID. ant to tho taste, tho refreshing and truly them. Here comes deprnved news- world Icel tlielr virtue or vice,made the 'or mastheadfast to abut n where white ' H(ht made stay It can nnd (PATENTED) laxbeneficial properties of a perfect papers, submerging good nnd elevuted biggest strokes you will probably j bo seen from all around her. Ensign Tho ttrengttt and pumt I.yo ativo ; effectually cleansing the system, made. Unllkoolherl.ye.ltbelnir dispelling colds, headaches and fevers American journalism, Here come n make for tho truth or against the John M. Elllcott, in St Nlcholns. a tlnepowderand luclodlnncan whole perdition of printed n bom I na- truth will bo ueioro you reach the mo- -, with removable, lid, tue contents and permanently curing constipation. Theodore Hnllam once defended a art alwaya ready (or use, Will It has given satisfaction to millions and tion, dumped on the breakfast table, ridiun of life. Do not wait for some- burglar. The burglar's wife was on make tbe btit perfumed Hard boapln SO minutes uUAoutbolt met with the approval of tho medical and tea table, nnd parlor table. Tnko thing to turnup. Go to work and turn it the witness stand, and the prosecuting ing. It la Hie best for OieansInK nt least one good newspaper with up. Thero Is no such thing ns good attorney was conducting a vigorous profession, liecauso it acts on the wmti) plpea, dlslnfeottng sinks, No man that ever lived has had Liver and Howeis without weak- ublc editorial and reporters' columns luck 'Madam, you are cloaata, washing bottles, paints, CO with helpful In- n better time than I hine had, et I tho wife of this man?" "Yes." "You ening them and it is perfectly free from mostlv occupied trees.eto. rEXl.tl.TM'F' Urn, AtfeuL. I'HII.A,, fa. telligence, announcing marriages nnd never had any good luck Hut instead every objectionable substance. he was a burglar when you marSyrup of Figs is for wile by all drug- denths nnd reformatory nud relig- thereof, a kind Providence has crowned knew him?" "Yes." "How did you Ely's Cream Balm You will never ried gists in 60c and $1 bottles, but it is manious assemblages, and charities be my life with mercies to contrntt a mntrlmonlnl alliufactured by tho California Fig Syrup stowed, and the doings of good accomplish much ns long ns you go nt como with such a man?" "Well," tho mutiav ci)hi;s Co. only, whose name is printed on every nnd giving but little place to your work on the minute you are ex ance people, said sarcastically, "1 wns getpackage, also the name, Syrup of Figs nasty divorce cases, and stories of pected, and stop at the first minute it witness COLD IN HEAD I had to choose between and being well informed, you will not crime, which, like cobras, sting those is lawful to quit The greatly useful ting old, and a burglar." The lawyer and Cents." accept any substitute If offered. Oh, for more news- - and successful men of the next century a Prlee bo that touch them. ended there. papers that put virtue in what la called will bo those who began half an hour Arclr Btim into iwb noitfH, XLTYhOI.MW.rrtBSl.X V Little Hin lives in a new house, nnd vice in nonpa- - before they were requlrid, and worked great primer type, Thn QrM the most modern nousis, when ret) or sgatel You have seen the pho- - at least half an hour .aftsr they one of water, things are hiat and KIDNEY, tographer's negative. Jin look tile might have quit Unlets you art wllf. llghtt n had by tureing othir or touch., Xn sometimes lo work twslva hours of all tv ball. He llvfi in a a knobnf psrpil. LIVER lil4r.fyU Vou ' from It lo or 30 yrara og lure state lug Hm day, you will remain n from the R&rtV.v." wu wNlUbl if 4JMQiOS BH ILADDER talc him nuw for He ploture the thnt levels, and your life will on On low ual marvel ovr this thlugs, andhead, bs a opens ame negative, nlghl, when suffering from a l fMMUflr pffMiw'M rf imt other frnt OURR. itnm9999Uftr9t containing the back negatives of longed humdrum, aeha, the little fellow said to his moth' finld from offir rui rr.iMrt." ' ( vl' lni Min t tor .! Word tho "Please turn Kemember Itittrilhp nril.n li is r, I.5, or lb75, and he reproduces the only u small next- of our life that itwe on who snt beside Iilmi my eyes hu-AilrlasAruipklstdMb rure rmr ear It t'Mn ii lit ljii lrlgntt the dark, motheri t Vttithtitr that Dr. Kilmer Co., Tlnrhamton, N.V picture. Young men, your memory la are to pass onpart Ufa. i,r.UCnKY.AMitatilUu'rs.iiKrsitfffiiL Courier Journal. earth. Less than your in." Loulivillo made up of the negative of an lm-- 1 weak strotitr. "In tlio spring I felt very nmeh run worn-ou- t foollnjr which Is especially I began to down no strength or npctlte when talto Hood s N.irs.innrlllu and mv nnpctlto overpowering in the morning, ? the body should bo refreshed nnd Improved and I did not liavothnt tired " II It Sgi nirs, East Lovcrett, Mas. It Is often only the ready for work. feel-InMny-tim- HOODS SARSAPARILLA I d LOCK! well-know- dence a million yenrs nfter the star on which we now live shall have dropped out of the constellation. 1 never trim'-oSunday unless it be a fcnse of necesHut Inst autumn I was sity or mercy. ll in India In n city plague-structhe hundreds tho people were down with fearful illness. W'o went to the apothecary's to get some preventive of the fcYcr, and the place was crowded with Invalids, and we hnd no confidence in the preventive we purchnsed from the Hindoos. The mail train was to start Sabbath even ing. I said! "Frank, I think the Lord will exense us if we get out of this plnco with tho first train;" and we took it, not feeling iiilte comfortable till we were hundreds of miles nwor 1 felt we were right In tlying from the plague. Well, the nlr in many of our cities is stuck through with a wore plague tho plngiic of corrupt and dnmnnblo literature. Oct uway frcui it as soon ns possible. It has already ruined tho bodies, minds and scnls oft multitude which, if stood in solemn column, would reach from New York Horn, The plngue j ltattery to Golden nt 'yM 7H-SI- (si bob-taile- '0 I' Vm N J . - ST. i 9mm lit OATS er FRIENDS' I DRESSMAKERS enough pluck to uidrnl and jostling, stnnd the thn Injustice, nud tho mishaps of the small parenthesis between tho two eternities? It is a good thing to get ready for the one mile this side the marble slab, but more important to get mixed up fur tho Interminable miles which stretch out itito tho distance beyond the marble slab A ago, on the Nashville and New Orleans railroad, we were waked up early in the morning and told wo must take carriages for some distance. Why?" we all asked. Hut we soon snw for ourselves that while the first four or five spans of the bridge were up, further on there was a apnn thnt nail fallen, nnd we could not but shudder nt what might hnve been tho possibilities. When your rail train starts long bridge you want on sure that the first span to t but of the bridge Is all right; what If further on there Is a span of tho bridge that Is all wrong, how then? what then? In one of the Western cities the freshets had carried away a bridge, nnd a man new that the ax' press train would soon come along. So he lighted a lantern and started up the track to stop tha train. Hut bo fort) hi hnd got far enough up the track the wind blew out tho light of his lantern, and, standing in the darkness ns the train came up, he threw the lantern into the locomotive, crying, "Stop Stop!" and the warning was In time to halt the train. And if any of you by evil habits are hastening on toward brink, or precipice, or falling span, throw this Gospel lantern nt your mad career Stop' Stop! The end thereof is death! Young man, yot are caged now br many environments, but you will after n while get yom wings out. Some one caged a Uocky mountain eagle and kept him shut up between the wires until nil the spirit and courage had gone out ot It. Ito leased one day from the cage, the eagle seemed to want to return to is former prison. The fact was that the eagle had all gone out ol him. He kept his wings down, lint nfter a while ho looked up at tho sun, turning his head first this side and then that side, and then spread one wing, nnd then the other wing, and liegan to mount, until the hills were far under his feet, nnd he was' out of sight In the empyrean My brother, when 0ii lenve this 1'fe, if by the grace of God you ar prepared, you will come out of the cage of this hindering mortality, and looking up to the Heavenly heights, you will spread wing for immortal flight, leaving sun. and moon, and stars beneath in your ascent to glories that never fade, and splendors whirh never die. Your body Is the cage Your soul is the eagle. RULES OF THE ROAD AT SEA. The C'nlor and ixltlon f l.lghls al M(hl Tell of a Vr.i.l'a tonne. Presently there flashes out of thi gloom ahead a stnaL bright speck; then it is gone; 'hen t shows again; nnd one of the lookouts who has craned his neck forward in the Intensity of his gare cries out: not few-year1 little whHe. Have you Absolutely pure Osniis "Tlio lln do slocle bonnet of ths. t tie Inincr than a 'season doesn't liumiiiliiK bird " Wiikks "Thul'a true: but If II wns built Id proportion to Its hill It ought lo bo as Urge as an ostrich," N. Y, Tribuiia. mem-oriib- WOMEN AND WATERLOO. What One Woman Itememhered of (ha Morlil I iiiiiou. lUtlle. 'In my rirly ilnvs I knew a lady who happened to br In llrnssels that .lime," siis Mrs. Newton Cross-lan"She wns then uewl ninrrlcd, and only twenty-thre- e eais of age. Si little certain of victorv did the English on the sniI feel, that her husband Insisted on herdiesslitg llkon Noriiuiil-l- y peasnnt, thinking such u costume would be n protection "Vividly have I heard her describe tho partings she witucsi-rat the door of the hotel where she was stitlng. ind the despair of wives who wtrr left behind wives enou to be widows, preference In a "Very gtaphleally, too, dldshede-scrib- e Now, If tlio lambs are to go to mnr-Ite- t day's events, when os fill lambs, I can suggest no women the next whom, too agitated many of food for them than that mixbetter to change their attire, were still dressed made their wfi Miine-lioto the field ot battle, returning In the army wagons, supporting tho heads of the wounded on their knees, bulbrr "Sow," svio I.I Hung Chang, "let in definitely iiiiilrrstiind thn terms of tin "tVrtuliily," replied the nilkadnl ticitv" very simple, Thu terms ot the Ireatj Unit's " Washington Hlnr uro Deafness Cannot ha Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach lliedlsoflscd Hirtloiint tlieear llierolsonly nun way tocure Deafness, and that Wliyion-stltutlun.- it remedies. Deiifnesa Wruusrd by an InHamcd condition 01 the mucous lining of tho Kustaclihin Tubo. When this till gels Intliimcd you havo a rumbling sound or litiH'ifi I hearing, und when It Is entirely rinsed Deaf nesa is thn resuil, and unless the iullaininallnn can ho Inkcu out and tblstut lie .iPitroyod forever; nlno rases mil ot ten nruVauscd hy catarrh, whU h Is nothing bill an iulWnicl condition of tho mucous sur- ' I mtiired tolls normal condition, hearing wilt tfypftofK m Z-.- uJ S X --2 WTg ' t OH Hit " tttre Yet. if they are to oat grass during tho summer nud Ik! fattened next winter, as by far tho greater part tnut In-- . I would not gle the corn meal, ns thy would do bolter during tho summer without having hod it. Lambs will do exceedingly well on good clover hoy nnd unlimited wheat bran. Th.it is tho way I am feeding ours nt present. If the lambsnrt'to ln used fur breeding stock. I would avoid giving corn meat ns n heating or fnttciilnvr foml If Give imIs bran and linseed inriil tho ewe lambs w hen grass Is green in tho spring, she ought not to need any other food; yet the lambs pay well for It uia the gniln that you gle them pay you to continue the w heat bran all show a diagram of u good summer for bran, which can le eaten from by lxith ewes and lambs The cut shows a It nun hold twenty bushels or more J K Wing, in Country (icntleinati 1 solf-feedcross-frction t HOLDER llh Its .till N FOR t'lert.nre OAGS. i,r drain Sack. I. th. I lllln; faces. Wo will glvo Ono Hundred Dollar for any rusunf lliMfness (I'tiusisl by riiUrrli) thai cannot lm uiivd hv Hull Catarrh Cure. Mend f or In ulars. five. V J C'nrsr,r fc Co., TohVlo, O. ing their brows and binding up their tSTHold hy Drucglsta, TV. wounds, while tt steady rain (Hiured Hull's Puinlly Pills, M cents. down on the fnecs liegrlmuiod by pow-le- r, Koumiss "Hlvtle W Renins.' which yetullowed their pallor to font "Cim dtiHiivlhlmr, aI suppose,!1' Head, lloV. be seen. Yes, nnytlilim ricept iiiakoa living-.- ' bins 4 "I once met nt a dinner party the '1 rutlu widow-o- f on ofllcer I forget thn name t'lintlaiinoga a: St. Imla Tue -- who fought at Wnterloo.iind Ihrlady HallwayNashville,IstorlunniUi tot 'haltntiook-is the II tho Koulljt'iist mol thu siwrt tins from narrated her exerletice of the 'nfter. und Usrd br mi, I battle' scene. For Minis rensou she had thn Norlli dcslio Northwest 'to bo nud the I tho la ooi'O who tJ cross the field of Waterloo, which quickest time Konig tosi ( admits liatlauoogit to was still strewn with the deud. and for the rss nud lnti-- t tintloiml Cunt ration In June Hvlul 'his purposo sho wns bliudfolile and nf IheKimcith . ars can Iw p.irkisl ronvi'tilrnlto tho phu-eplaced on horseback, the steed being nf tnccllar, to U rumpled as sit oping quar-- t . led bj a tMxi-fKor r . It di si iT3 wlilki In Chattuiionira. Ilni-tn"She held n handkerchief to her nose (iirtln-- Inlortnalion cull on or addressllulld-Ing- ii. MH Marquette P HnivN P A , steeped, I think she ald, wi li vineCbhiujo t'owiai'is- W P. gar and not until she had reached an A , doom S, .III., H C Hxiiaiico iluildlmr, Insurotxe acclivity nearly a mile frmn the scene St. lesul. Mo. or II J Mimsrt.N H. Pntnlh Street, Clmiiinatl, O, of carnage wns the bandage temovrd Aeetit-'Ufrom her evrv Then she looked Ixick. Ir sOHioie,ipk wetit os far lo ti rel thalr The field of Waterloo appeared like ns to inert HvHlWo Held of tombstones, for tho Ixulles billsIn athe, do i! bt ih tlio vrorkl.thero would i nun h AU hison not were all stripped of clothing and lllnu.'. hone white In the sunshine like ghoula 'I he stnnra stllestnnes nn lha ftnad had done their work elTrctually N. Y. Ttiat loads to health are marked In the memory of those who, atngnlur stirs and Commercial Advertiser thither by iK'rststrfllly. When Van Waul a lloslctter's Mmniaili Illlter. a Ktenl Uerse. Power. Hwlnelnf or Wind HtAoaer, nature. In tier rtTorta to throw oft Haw Mill. Keif tssler, or an Kiiclne, ad- tho nke of dWnasc. Malarial, kidney, dress the. J I C'ssaT M Co , lUrtnr. WW rheumatic nasi bilious trouble, constipation largesi Thrr.lilrnr .Machine and nervousness tnko their departure when They have the plant In the world, and their Implements niay this befilenant medkino Is rrsoited to for Hustings estab- their read li alio li te rellesl uon as IS lished nil Illustrated catalogue mailed 'ire. In original slnl' Do toi "No; inosi ol llioui uro pkurlariicsl "- I'uck THE MARKETS Disk's I'urr for Consumption rellesrs tlis CjactssraTt. Mar ll inml tibsiiuato rotiahs Her D lit MVJC STOCK- 1 sv OJ . -a at-tej 1 r 11 g . Thrhr, (( - Cattle-Comjno- n lit tftUlllir ft 1'O.mI Mllltlll wiwul en barrel hoop and closing it to the de sired diameter lo the hoop attach three legs which should Ik- - of light IS lllllll,- - The nccomp.uiving illustration show, a cheap and etllclent contrivance ti take tho place of man or liy In the work of putting grain into sacks. It Balael butehera noa IS 4 llOUS-Coitit- Mood parsers red. red. Na no 10 4 tO aiera a (I Mo , Fob. 24, VI (II e rs i .so, Osts-- Corn-N- eHie-N- o. HAY- - Trim TOHACrO-- Medium lesf Oood lesf rtlUVlslO.vv Mess pork e M-- ttortmiee. t mtird. S . ssT 1 "3ft steam dairy lltnTKK ( b Prime to rissieo treamrry AlTLhjs Prrbbl POTATOES- - Per buia NEW VOftlC ll it x tfll to 10 TS Ull ISO) c wis w a a u tt C U 40J u 4 o to C t TO a en a m Wnt li, hilling strikes It admits arbitiauui li us Hillings of no wh u 4t is 0) o Ti TIN n. irvt N I wood IU 41 C rtOUR-- W Inter rstent t UltAlS Worst No. I north ra ,N t rsd U CORM-- No . . o Imlied. OATS Mlltd Ji,i ISORK New pieit ii rs ait ... f'V w m -- t, 'S f im i i I.AIIII Western cmaAnu j is a patents . It.MN Whin-n- o. tred ... eiso No. SCaleafQ a prim1 . . . u 1 4 OHN-N"sT-s-N- o OS o.1 OlIK .Alfl-!tem !Hm--rsml- I Me.s IIAI.TIMOIir. ii it m i: i"4 e "H o w rs n' UK. nsu t e mm& conse-quences- of sWff'ffg Ik hard-hearte- d Aj. d - n ' thnt will sulUthe fancy, but should be a little shorter than the sacks, ll is not necessary that the hoop In-- so small us the diameter of tho smallest snek. liccause if the sack is small it need not K hooked onto nil the small nails that ore driven from the Inside of the hoop The materials cost almost nothing ami the holder can be mude in half an hour can lie bought on the mar ket but I hare failed to see nnv that were more convenient cr thnt would j, any better work thnn this one When husking corn In the Held last fall we had two or three doren clennsed phosphate sacks and by using the holder threw- - the corn right Into the sacks so that when we wanted to haul, our corn was all picked up, and when we wanted to unload, the corn was all ready to carry Into the granary. For this purpose one leg wns left U nger than the others so as to fiicili tate throwing into the sock In transferring grain from Ane suck to another shoulder the sack to lie emptied oud with the other suck on the hold? r the rest is as simple ns lMiurlng vv nter out of u jug.- - E. E. Hogne, InOlilo Farmer Hag-holde- will not split when the Imoj I nailed to the tops The tops of the legs are beveled from the side next the hoop in order to give spread ot the W-torThe legs may l? of any length that it a In -- Wbei- Corn Osts-Mli- ed Mlirl Ntt . t... . . t ev HIM is k "( sss Jll,. tt (, which trial rs him Irritable and miserable and unfit for business or pleasure is caused by indigesIndigestion, tion like cbaiity, covets a multitude of sins. The trouble may be in stomach, liver, Whelcver it is, it it caused by the presence of poisonous, refuse matter which Nature has treit utiatile lt rt1 herself of, unaided. In audi cases, vslac vinl down n sssssr tiroplr little lirsllh ollicrr, jietsoinfird by one of Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, to search out the trouble and man' That li'mp stomach in a lel irniovr Us ru-fi . .AKt-ltetl- ne4 1)KK Mess rst too H ATTLR-ft- Western. INIHANAI'OUS. quality ! 4TS vo vlll 10 ats si CM") C 8 SIC.II at la nr -- ' r. el I eieni., l SUU wwms Cr S aisse Wmi'si fal4 ' I ' IIHSSUU.I.SIHI1 ,sii itil t 70 Rst 4 IHAIN-Wheot-- No. Corn No. I mlird Osts No Smiled. I.OUISVH.I.r. "laOOIJ-Wln- ter KAIN-Whe.it a tt c li sjvZ Tli heslCUslS "stil BJ Coosa K IniiHMi. iU llU laili. Iw--ui. US I eon br dntaj uu Q gf Corn Mnc.l Oats Miied. . Nat pstent red a c to "A. N K B. 1603 Altl blesm Mess It CUM ufs tSIIEM WUITISU lis atlVKKtlsniS I'LCASR saw Iks Aa.srtlMal la lala SUU Iksl ! tsase. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Backache. ST. JACOBS . ONO . nt OIL HEIGHT PAPER DOLLS-. . . FOR WRAPPER OP . ADAMS' PEPSIN TUTTI - FRUTTI ADAMS jC- - stamps for postnec. These dolls have Send us two two-cechnngcnblc heads. No two dolls dressed alike. SONS CO., ! the best AGED PERSONS Hear Him Fuss . The I'rnprr IJiimiflty In feed. The practice of cramming hens with vvht-i-t nt every ration Is tlio ver wny not to get eggs. Too much wheat, buckwheat or barley will go into fut rnthzr thou eggs and fnt Is a disease In poultry. Thu morning mash should be fed in a long narrvw trough nlxiut 1'; inches wide, nailed to tho sldo of the house so that tho hens cannot jump Feed only Into nud soil tho food. enough soft food to satisfy, never so to gorge. Wliou a hen has had much as so much food that she will go Into u corner and mope, she has had too much, nnd if the overfeeding Is continued she will become too fnt to lay If nut green bones nro fed It should lie in the proportion of pound to every HI hens. If fed morning and night, n small feed of outs nt noon and night Is all that will bo necessary. Experience will teach tho "happy medium" In feeding. In Farm nud A. G. Glllx-rt- , 1 VVVVVVVVWVV'sV,AV-V- MJton 5iW Streets, Brooklyn, ChltJf M. , V., HAVE YOU FIVE-MOR- E COWS v j If so a' llaby Crram Scpirator "111 earn lUrtnl for by continue an lafe r.-- r arstem anyou every year other year al so creal a loss? Dairying Is no tha only Prupfrlr nndiicted JEkStMM feature of Agriculture. firotltablo mrs well, and roust ray j Yeu need a S)P.lAllATOIt, and yoll need the XlXDaSf f- -lk l'rlces, ITS, "llaby." All styles and capacities upward. Itfbtnd lor nsw IHlin Cittulotfiio. THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR GO, OEsiKRAi.orrirK i 72 OORTLANDT ST., NEW YORK. GrO Home. s Culture nf Mtraw berries. ves-seve- I 3,l,'l!-IVfll,"'- Kid-nov- ?, Tho most profitable way to grow strnwbcrrles Is to make n now plantation every year, keeping tho first ono two yenrs, then having two beds, one coming on nnd ono In full bearing In this way tho crops uro tho lurgest. Experience, has shown that most success Is gained by procuring fresh plants from u nursery nnd not replanting the runners from un old bed. New plants may bo Uiught so cheap thut It is not worth whllo taking the runners from old beds unless thin nro some new kind of which only a few have been procured. Huriil World. arm Telephone Lines. of tlui telephone patents hnve expired nnd tho Instruments in use are free to nil, farmers who havo barbed wire fences may convert them Into telephone linos, It does not seem to bo necessary to liuulata ! wires, those fmtcmid to posts by I .Now that many WK&sm tii (r1 wm Roof HsJPIV lr pro-ehe- st I - ordinary staple working perfectly, Whan, gain or bar Intervene, a pole Is erected at aeh aide, und the wire run up to the top of one nnd then noross and down tho other to make the connection, Iloads moy ho crossed in the tame way. -- American Agriculturist and the BURLINGTON KOUTE, which is the best line from Chicago and St. Louis to that point, has arranged to sell Excursion Tickets for the occasion, at very low rates. 'Ihcse tickets will be good for return until September 1, and will be sold to anyone applying for them.not merely to members of the Association, so that this opportunity to take a trip to the mountains, at a very low cost, Will lit! ntvn in evcrvnniV Nnlnr ilk. ilnrimr Ilile lima In,,, kAklll- r.I 6) 71 " "oj look, iuii ,.., i ,", siou rates will be made fiom Denver to all of the famous Colorado resorts, such as Estes Park, Colorado Springs, Manitou, The Garden of the Gods, Glenwood Springs, etc, If you would like a circular rivuigincosuiis or mc excursion, rates, routes, train service, wr Q P. S. RUSTS, fieri1 PiSSnwee A ll !', n ll U irn ' Ill,, but, anyway, make up your mind to go id Colorado '' DENVER "" f ll... the most delightful country in America, next Summer, to spend your vacation. There is no place in the world like Colorado, with mountains, its perfect climate, dry, pure and cool, its its streams full of trout and its "Jouous scenery, both grand and pastoral. Colorado piobably has no ctiual as a health resort. For the man or woman who has been in (lie whirl of a busy life, and who needs and longs for a chance of air and scene, Colorado is the place. Pure air, pure water ana the best of hotel accommodations are the three essentials that will be found there in perfection. On July 5th to 12th, 1895, the meetiny; of the NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION will be held in snow-capped TO In July, 1895.