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Friday by GEORGE t--Jhs WARREN, ttr M Otty Hall I I XUkmaa, Xtntuoky, llml Mil WKAIW, i THE ESTABLISHED I8A, Mom-phi- s HICKMAf COURIER tllfi OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN FINE JOB PRINTING KXKOUTBD WITH HEATKESS AID DISPATCE s 1EOR01 WARRSN, IA& a Bill lor. Assistant KillUr. fgllTEIlN KENTUCKY. Trloe of Subncrlntloii, $1,0(1 ArtotlT thirty-five HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KYFRIDAY, JUNE WOMAN'S DOMINION. 21, 1895. VOL. XXX. NO. 32. of the Lamb. And then with Miriam, who struck the timbrel of tho Red seal and with Deborah, who led the Lord' In SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS. BILL MEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC. OAXjIj per rent of thi SILVER'S HOSTS. IMpiiUtion of llrurll nre whiles, thirty, live per cent, mulaltocs, twentv.lve percent. Negroes (ind llvo nor cent In. Plntrorm Adoptotl by tho UlaiiH. francs a year. Fn.t.MK recently odotiteil n i.ln., granting Mnte pension to aged The chrma v, ill pension to thoso who hove subscribed tot ten year to a benefit society. The al. lowanrt to each one will he obout 2W r. Oonvoiitlon. ge work-Ingme- fnr out I'rre nml Dnllmlteil Colnf Wllh- Unltlnc Inr n Irilrriinllnnal Agrr.m.nt Hi 1 till llocuniKiil. li at rabbit I able to bear the greatest colli. He shut n rnbblt tip nil night In n blosk of Ice nn.l the next morning the animal seemed to be very comfortnblo and not toknow that anything unusual hd been going on. Pltor. Loiii.ey nnd his assistant evnp. orated and analyzed a ton of ocean water and found that It contained about one grain of pure gold. Reckon lng from the above deduction, Lobley l.(T!1,"n" lo " '""ch professor, the Tcnn., Juno 14. Notwithstanding the cloud thnt for a moment t darken the horlton of tint free silver Convention of the south ern and western statcn In the shape of the rit'cct.slouof a nmnWr of prominent deinocmU from thn convention because of thu advocacy of tho abolition of party lines by ono or two of tho sjienkcrs, tho end was hnrmony and tiiero wns no fight over the resolutions nfter they were rend to tin convention, for the ren son tlml thoy carefully avoided nil' reference calculated to produce thit-uteiic- Mmii-imn- , haa sver been token from the rock. St r n t' . M a ffi J.' l Tb princely bequest by the Inte Edmund A V. Hunter of $.100,m0 to the University of Pennsylvania for tho establishment of a new department of clinical surgery It particularly notn. ble In view of the recent refusal of the Mate legislature to grant thnt very sum on behalf of tho entire common, wealth. """" "PI Ai.i'MIM.n-l.l.sr.i) cooking utemilli are made from a solid plnte of strictly pure aluminum Inside. unrrlmiv...i under pressure iiwri a sheet of steel slllutnl lb monrjr of the wrM, were lbs outalde. They claim the advantage money ot the father of the republic, the Probably the leading addrets at night scntatlvc of tho Iowa Mate Ileglster Miner of ht'lorr sml nf the rontlltullon. of being strong, stiff, light nud wns tliut of , J, nu tnc Iowa member of tho National "Tue universal eiperlfnro of mankind has Ilryan, of Nebraska, He said among league executive committee. This wore, they wy, can Lo demoostr led thtl the Joint u.c of tiotb silver used .gainst the baro Harm without snd told ruin as money ronslllutei the most other things: "Our platform Is Allison's speech at I hall It a a glad sign that men from scorching. uiit h.iiiih(ii vi tiui .nu inai ine iilll Pittsburgh," he said. 'Wo are for Inall parlies, forgetting for tbe time all Biuiruii. hi vmn nicisis is nrrctssrj ss a nit t party principles can com here and ternational bimetallism. We believe The channel Siberia and dlumof eirhsnittv 'Ihedtinonrtliallun of elthsr of these bis. agree on the one question of most vital that It is not within tho province of Alaska is seldom fro'cti orer, and only loilr an spprcclatlon from the interestthe free coinage of slher at 18 to I this convention to adopt any resolution very raiely in it poMdble to cross on value mrlils tnrsnifall In Ihn prkes of eummod without the cooperation of foreign nations eif.monrjf, a the Itn from cithrr side to the island litis diminution of the prunti of WUtma'.c We say lo all parties go on. with silver at concerning party principles. That is the bulnrs a ronllnulnr locrrase In the hurdon your front and we shall not envy you one business of the national convention. which llunhoiit inidwny Inthechannel, "Wo nro for Allison for president all a no end are known an thn Little and lllg of dflts. nf wttbdranst of monsf from the laurel on your brow Thereon Isone fenceorher. side tha the time, but will not make a great Ir.lo and lndu.tr hrrr It uo I.iery min must come out Hiomcilc. The chnnncl from one rhsunMs lonccr yield, a .f and sure return and Its other Tho line Is so narrow that no man can display over It hero. Wo nro on good continent to tlie other In about forty Idle act uiiulstlot In the lianks and the crest occupy a middle ground terms with all tho candidates, nnd do men rrnirrs or the rountrr mlle wide. lUger In Lend. not care to havo any friction with the There Is nn bralib or soundorss In a flnsn "Now they tell us If w e w ere on a stiver bast rlslsjstein under xhlch McKInley people on his own stamping hon!. dollar Is we rould not Yet I'ng Om her way back from Cape Martin iriNljttlte of Increase to Its u.eor wnlla land, llussla borrow money France are quar(lermany and round." to rarnborough the rcKmpreft Ku. n lnmtrd dollir jlrld a roostantlr reling over tbe prhllrge of which shall lend Information received by the local atayed for a time In I'arU nnd return and under which formoney lo China money which they know will drorn through the Tultlerlea cardent. tunes are tnado by the areretlons be pilrt back In silver Ilun't you suppose 'ommlttoc on arrangements indicate of Idle they o one recojfiuio.l the palr-facrr!ltl Ihn orprlre drstrorrd by that If just would lend money to a nation Ilk that thcro will bo about 1,500 dele lady In rommodltlea jate from disastrous recoil lreted In moiirnlni; a aha drore br a lar.lttrnt fall dwindling Inofthe msrcln of China,would lend toring Uniteda Males' war, visitorspresent, nnd the number of and a rtsteal tney the Is estlmntod at 10,00a The the nlte of wliat waa once the royal prim is in anno. I oery branrn of unrful Indus tlllman Talks. city will be In holiday attire, many itU a system s a premium upon sloth iilxxlo where she entertained nearlr try Senator Tillman, of South Carolina, ot the big buildings being decorated nnd a penally tm Industry and such a crery Mirrreli,'!! lu Kuroe. Hindu it stH'cch boiucwhat on the sensystem Is that wlilf h tha rrlinlnal Irl.lalloa tlrcady. of 171 has Imposed Uin tbts rountry sational order. A vortlon of his re Covets for 1,500 will bo laid In the ,1. I.VArcKATxn potatoea la the latcal i, Tr.t. ami pprtitr marks follows: Arcade, whero the banauet occurs preserved food product of the I'aclHo The hlinetallle sundard ct stiver nd cold "I am not here It ILL question In Thursday. The decorations of tho In- coait. A 'ahlnctoti concern enpaed kas behind It tie eiirlenr ot aces and hs any parltssn way asy will find out directly. Wnlr.titd ami spprntel by the enliehiened I am s democrat, out Mr .Sibley and Mr. tcrior of this immense structure are tit Hip bittinem of preparln); eraior and detiter ts ludgment of manktaf, The Thomassilver loo far In the announce- the finest ever seen In this state. went ated applet and prune 1ms bccnexiter' fold sundard a Orpirture from the eatsb-li.tment of their belief thai tbe democratic, James II. Hoyt, of this city, who was p. Iky of lb civlllirU world with notb-In- g party was hcpeleasly Imentlnc lh pototoca and lln.U that, split, though true a prominent candldnto for tho repubtoiommend but lentywo yesra of prepared lu this way, they will keep It take a veryfiorll Imagination to believa lican gubernatorial nomination, will and dlmtrr lo the and et-t- r that It Is possible for them to elect Rood for an Indefinite time" and retain ordinary accumulation of wealth In tb president neit year, and that their party will be the toastmasterat tho banquet. practically all their food ralne. bands of the few disintegrate and that we will form a new one. There aie Mime facts varying upon this Now, I am not going tbat far but I am going a KIEL'S CANAL. TliK total tax receipt, at the statea, question recotnltad and admitted by all ran long way toward It. and I am going to tall vou dM men whether , advocalas w ny.y, a ! ,.- - counties naxUIluM.i,M,u uf a aiasoino imnga i. can aa thai, no The. Elba rilled ""'lth, ahlsatt Atl.JSatlav-Ttithr- r'n " ' "' "' "'r "'' In Hi Unllel htatea Among ib.M la tha f.el Ibst the very good while In tny po'ttfes, boys, and that Is th last rro.io IlASiiirno, June 18. Monday the amounted to t3l,SJJ,MA Tha total re. year thst marked the change from the reason people In South Carolina like me. the eelpts of the federal porernment In the bltuelallle to the single gold standard alaeon nril fnr Cleveland. party awaiting the kaiser includes Hani change from very ye, twenty princes, to say nothing of a tame time amounted to !U,W5,SM. dltion ofr that marked the "What ts the condition of the democrat. rising prices targe profits general The combined total U about a billion contentment and great prosperity los condi- party ' Now, this has no direct bearing on host of their royal nnd sercno rela11 the sliver question, and you will see' of dollars, of which 44 per cent, or tion of falling prices, diminishing profits. In- directly tives, while the city Is beautifully decA Wbvt Is that condition unemployed la orated and tho "f round llanacstadt went to support the security of a Investments depression nrnrly democrat I am almost axhamed to cataIn .heavy all bor and national KOTcrnment. It Is logue tt or apeak nt It In an assembly Hamburg" is no longer a busy hive branches of trade and Industry whom of quays and warehouses nnd gray not a matter of dl.pnte, ever among mostly democratic. Tbe president a alikust largr A Tlir. "spectrum top" Is one of the the honest advocates of the go fa standard, we electedbybyany vol bis predecessor than thst offices. wealth of How era and of received hs be came to most Interesting scientific toys of re that general prosperity bimetallic an end with trayed the party There la rjo use to deny Hags and colora Is lavishly distrisystem and the destruction ot lb cent iurentlou, and no doubt It la I use the gor old honest buted over tho squares, public build tbsl fact that hard limes, falllnc prices Idle working-meI ings and shipping, but It Is In tho to prore one of the most lmr-tau- t. end widespread depression ratn In with Isnguaga, you know, aad I believe hepolArnold ts first cousin lo lienedlct wherneighborhood of the Alster llastn that It hat only black and white the gold standard and prevails on" which he waa itics, for If that platform ever I he geld sundard haa been adopted. The mitrklnfs, but when It I roroUrd accepted the sight grows really brilliant. which and elected Kiery International monetary conference nominated any dodging and did not he fronting on tho Jung It prcicnta all the colora of the sea In his hotels (I wlihoul that has been ealled.every demand in this roun- letter of acceptance any aim ot dodging ID fernstlcg nro one mass of color. Tho rntnliow as they are seen In the New- try and r'.uropn for an International agreement nived and the spaco tonian spectrum. Mr. Itenhnm, the lo rreilabllsb the bimetallic stsndsrd, Is a con- meant anything It meantto that silver ebowld windows arc asm access the mint of the filled with slghtMcrs via telling tho Inventor of the top, thlnka this l duo fession that the demonetUallon nf tha system bare the United Slates at gold They put In some mud a rrlnie, that ltaeonse was a blunder. If not to "fatigue of the eye," and thnt It lms qurnces have been disastrous and they hate gone and shining, evcrchanglngsceno beyond. the die about 'parity and In short, the mile circumference of nothing to do with the wave theory of conditions thst II has wrought are fullthstmen- killed vor stiver on that plea of parity. of we trie I through lb When this was don and the Irregular sheet of water Is like the ace snd nf rlt unlit. Income tai lo get back some of the mony setting of ' The Ingle of facts establishes beyond Intela jewel. The boats and wrung out of the people the supreme court, Accoiimmo to the Wall MrecUXewa ligent iilesllon that the destruction of silver after one Justice hsd slept on It and constd barges In tho long, narrow sheets of money by a conspiracy of ered tt reversed Itself In three week and d primary "there are twenty well-buitowns In as water west of tho Alster toward tho ct the KaiiMta without a single, Inhabitant to selfish Interests Is the cause suffering rlsred 'he law unconstitutional Did they bay hnrbors for largo ships and the Klbo and uldtpred depression waken the echoes of their deserted thst began gold stand- - him with Itself are all cleaned and displaying the don't say so. I streets." It la said thnt Saratoga, one art There can te no re.uiratlon of pros- and! Mr Carlisle, tbslthink, like Mr Cleveland every Hag thev can boast of. ne u ine victim or nit of these deserted villages, 1ms "a tW,' perity no permanent relief from prevalltcf environment He could not stand tbe social Not many of tho cruisers and ynrhts 000 opera house, a larpu brick hotel, a condition until the great cause ha beeu pressure of the llothschllds and llelmonts and that arc to traverse the canal on by a complete restoration of silver to Sro.,000 school house and a number of lis pro-- r place as a money metal, eijual with other millionaires, who eat on bla mahogany Thursday in the wake of tho knlscr and Invite htm out occaslonslly line business houses with nobody to rold are yet here. Hut tho Kngllsh yacht Oh theycharge me with being anaw firellnw lit Harare Nlatile standard claim even a place to sleep." All of brand, preaching sectionalism because I men- Osborne, with tho duke of York, repre"We believe In a stable value, we believe tion tbe southard west as ugalnaltbe east and senting Queen Victoria throughout the this came alout by loomln? on boran appreciating standard) It la least of all li rowed capital without resources only throughInthe practical openllon of bimet- middle and New Knglsnd states If there ot ceremony on board, nnd tho Italian sectionalism In that It I th sectionalism enough to pay the interest. allism that a slsble sundard et value ean poverty and wrong on one side against rob- yacht, Savon, with the duke of (Icnon, be secured. A standard constituted of money bery and rvseallly on thn other, and tha day are both here, nnd most of the others M.."tr of the London clubs are very constantly Increasing In value Is not a sound, la going to come very soon, for com II are expected Tuesday. The morning constantly must when you cannot stand this much broke cold a single rich and possessed of much property changingnnr a stable atandard but a rold and disagreeable, but tho standard. The effect ot longer, when there will be a day ot reckoning In the shape of real estate and scrip. Is to establish one standard for tha with tbrae men. We will have constitutions! rain which had fallen during thu night 'Ill us. the Curltnu has just Invested a creditor and another for tho debtor, and there amendments enough to give us an Income tar, had ceased and the skies cleared shortsum of 110,000 in consols The Carlton ran tie no mure dishonest monetary system than and It wilt tie a graduatrd Income In, auch as ly before noon. The streets and hotels that which gives abort measure lo the borrower will not only tax the Income above a certain are crowded with sightseers. is tho only club lu London, which Inlong measure to lender Under reasonable per rent clude anion? Its Items of expenditures and prevailing prior tho 171 there can bethe amount athe lax Itself will go on It, but aa It A Inrge force of workmen nre still no goes up to (sillry up, aud when ew rents, per annum belli? violent change In the relative value of the ever a man gets above a oertaln amount we employed at Alstnr Island in putting to that objret. A there are two metal, for a rise In value of one will take all IU (Applause.1 tho finishing touches upon the prep" 'Socialism" they will cry 'Hear that some I, $00 member, this dors not metal la counteracted In by a decreased illuminavalue by an clallat from South Carolina) Hear that an- arations for thu display of lemand. and a fall (.peak very well of the chtirch-?olnI'nder the operation archist that agrarian1' It I simply the dam- tions, but otherwise everything Is In Incressed demand. propensities of llrltlsh torydom, of of this beneflrrnl law a stable rrUtton zz ming up of the water of Indignation, and when rendlncss for tho celebration of tho maintained between them In spite of the most It breaks loose II will wash things leyond all opening of tho grand waterway which this club (a the headquarter. eitrem changes In relative productions. reasonable bounds." i j i the Italtlc and the North sea period of our history up to 1FT3 Kroin the Menatui Ktasrart Speak.. IlKiuilf 10 far as Hamburg is concerned. anxious that the Industrial tbo right firstthe debtor to choose whether of morning sesAt the opening of thb exposition whlok will be held In that he should pay his debts In sllier or gold coin lie hunk the i:ilc. of Nevada, was city In 18t3 shall be attractive to all was always recogntivd The aubseijuenl pol- r, sion Senator Mew-art- , icy ha. liven to transfer this right lo tha ' Intercstwt In the attnty London, June 18. Tho board of siwiko In part aa folof modern city tending to constantly Increase tha Introduced, and trade, after cxnmlnlng thoroughly all povcrnment- - Acoordln?ly, a separate valuethusthe dearer metal und destroy tb par- lows: of "Th object lessons of the last three years the reports regarding tha sinking of pavilion, covering about 1,100 square ity between them. show that the American people are face to the North Herman Lloyd steamship ('Inage, I ree anil Unlimited. meters of ground, will be erected, nt a concentrated capital, tbo enemy Kibe, early during tho morning of Jan"Ilcllevlng that It Is absolutely necessary to fare with coft of about JS0.O0O marks. Here wjll which ilestroied all previous ctvllliattous. uary 31, which resulted lu tho lots of reverse this Iniquitous and ruinous policy, wo A shrinking volume of money as combo shown the details of the manageresolve ment of the educational Institutions! Ihcrcfora we favor tbe Immediate restoration ot pared with population and business produce about 30i lives, has ruled that the mate "That paralyins the sewerage, paa aud water systems; silver lo It former plat as a full legal tender falling prices, of wraith Industry and compels of the Crnithle, tho llrltlsh steamer to pawn their prop tbe producers this bridges, public bulldlugs, markrta sttndard money. eiual with gold, and thn firn erty lo continue tbe alruggle against Impend which ran Into and sunk thp German steamship, wns responsible for the disof both sliver and gold nnd public baths. These will be fully aud unlimited coinageand UHn terms of etact Ingfute. I 14 "hllver on demoncltica by tbe republlcaa aster. Consequently tho mnto'a certlfl Illustrated by tnodtla nnd drawings at the ratio of to quality. party and leaders of tbat party have tried to cate was suspended. nnd by full statistics. 1 hot while we should welcome the co-ever-lasllti' dlinln-lahlnar d rt 1 '" silver nl tho ratio of in to I, declare thnt International cooperation Is not necessary, and nttrlbulo the recent hnrd times entirely to tho ilemonltlw tlnn of sliver. Although nothing was said In the resolutions nlxiut tho abo lition of party lines ns proposed by Mbley, Mew art and others, the speak era of tho iliiy, almost without exception, took care to usiort their democracy and to repudiate any afllllatlon with either republicans or populisU. The resolutions follow: The rintfuriii. "hllvrr and k'uli! coin have In all sirs ran. WSHsWsWNiTHrlarxTalTl I pie and life the of tho republic. REPUBLICAN LEAGUES. The Issue Is enfranchisement or hopolcss servitude. Whatever the wer of money lien. MeAlpIn 'Till l'rohahly Ila Elected enn do by debauchery and corruption to mala 'resident. ...In Its grasp on the lanmaklur power will tie Ci.rvp.i.anii, O., Juno 18. Delegates done. We therefore appeal to the plain people of the land with perfect eonttdnneo In their to thu Itcpublican league convention pairioti.tn und intelligence to arouse them- - began to arrive Monday. There were scivjs to n full sense of the Der I that eon enough of them to attract attention In fronts them and defend th citadel of their tho lobbies of tho hotels, and the talk liberties with a vlcllance that shall neither of tho money question, tariff and lengne aiumiier nor aloen." politics henrd on every side IndiAn fieeiitlva L'nmntlltee. cated that the great meeting was close The committee on resolutions also Introduced a resolution wblcb. like the platform, st hand, wasunsnlmausly sdopted, prorldlnf for the National Hccrelnry A. It Humphrey appointment of an etecutlve rommltte con slstln of one member from each slate to ad arrived from Chicago and opened head"The outlook for a great vanee the In to ruts of bltnttalllsin, esll a na- quarters. tional conference, eio. convention Is llne( never saw better think Mtilrjr Too Kadleal. prospects for n successful meeting," The fight over the principle, laid down by said he. Mr. Mbley lo bis speech Wednesday night be "Tho Irogtio presidency? There are van early In tn day, with no lesi a man than Senator lsham CI. Harris half a dozen candidates, but Ocn. B. A. at the bead of the faction advocat- McAlpln, of New York, is tho man." ing almon pure democracy With him said the secretary, "ijo has enough were M. (X tlalloway, of Memphis, formerly votes pledged to him now to Insure his editor of the Appoal, and (for Clarke, of ArHo will come with tho New kansas, besides rainy others o( political prom- election. inence In their own parts of the country. These York delegation TucsdaynighL men all said that they would aereda from ,j'r.a-ena.YtarnersMIHerls, .. com' -- v 13J7I ... wljw.aa- .- 1.". l tha convention If It Indorsed Mr. Mtm'i ri abolish thi tiarlv In favor of tha nrlnclnle. and it m isi. my, ami I'rof. Williams, of Ilrown uniIdea that th democrats took eireptlon. They versity. They will give these silver declared the democratic party was strong men t.omo Ideas on the money quesenough In Itself to champion the causa of silI'rcsldent W. W. Tracv will Iks ver, and tbey did not propose to turn tion. over here Tuesday," tbe to popuconvention tha lists and republlcsns, 1st-talthough these Senator Thurston, of Ncbrnsks, will were welcome to the ranks of probably bo the chairman of tho free- free silver The right apuad to the room for-n- ll meeting Thursday. That Is the where the committee on resolutions waa holding ludcllleratlona. but fortunately It got no meeting where nny delegate may pre further Nevertheless tbe compromise wss sent any subject for discussion. It absolute. Tho platform as It a as original- will bo tho occasion when tho silver ly intended It should hot, the call being strictly nonpartisan, rontalns no ineutloa of any and gold men meet in battle array. An Indication that tho west will not party The contention adjourned Thursday night after speeches by W J Ilryan. A. J. bo solid for free silver was given by Warner a, nd Msle Senator Wolcotl, of Indiana I'rnnk W. Illcknell, of I)cs .Moines, Mr. Ilryan Talk. ho arrived .Monday. He is the renro and btck tjs. a., na up to the npp.eclntlon of the glorious lights sho already possesses. First, In tha She Relgn a the Pow- - sho lins tho right to maku homo happy, I hat realm no oro has over disputed ,eriui yueen. witn ncr. .Men muy come home at noon or at night, and then tarry a Dpon f pen Whirl. She Can Jsaeer Los. comparatively little while; but she, all tlesld pser daylong, governslt, beautifies It. sane- and Honors liner epear. thn Work of Vol-- 1 lea lilies it. It Is within her nownr In Aldermen and Cnn.iis. make It the most nttractlvo place on Sermon. earth.- - It Is tho only calm harbor In this world. You know as well as I do, . .. non for Nundnv K. n. In hl'i TalmageI "ho had renohivl Ki r.,,1. niai mis outside . world scene the bust n... ,..i.i - siunj . and 01 jostle """" PIt jj on his; lOllr, dlSCUSSCS a .". Slll ...t. and pnntnnltnn Tt. . Jcct of u ... , rsal Interest. s - .'Wnm. , .inline "tcji , sue man n'B Oppoj , texfbeing! "She who has It Shall He ( wu iioinan," Don. 2; 5.r I I'rlre. ,.. not struggles to iget It. 11,1... .1 wl Uod. ta make no mistake, made Oa nv Mlsrenresi.ninHnn. man and mnn for a specific work sclllm- - Hover and to.; rte .. .. particular spheres- - men oxitirircratinir. "Tenant enk- ,j man to he 1 lis his realm: woman Mnir lust rent: lniullnr.l. ,l.r,,n,!tr, tobodasi. tlnjiers. The boundar'.rlore. 'Strutrirles sbAuL ofllce. Men line beJv KJtaly and Switzerland, who are In.trying'to ttcp-,ln- ; men out bctweesl id and Scotland, (snot trying to ge't In. 81lp's:'.TuBibles. De r marked than this dls- - falcation, store CaUktroDhes. Oh. runic. - ..,--" & ttlni -..-- ot KENlflCKYSTATE NEWS. Klkton, the other evening, John Smith, n prominent cltlrcns and liveryman, wns shot nnd seriously, 11 not fatally woundeJ, by Charlie Lewi, s young man of tho town. Tho shoot ing was the climax of a feud. Lewis surrendered to the offl-eers and gave bond ln'?2,000. Till! court of appeal's the other morning affirmed the. case of Desperado "Had" Tom Smith, who killed Dr. Radcr. Smith was under sentence to bo hanged Juno 4, but ha wa reprieved for this hearing. Oov.. Ilrown will Issue a death warrant, the date for the execution. Pitor. Milton Km.iott has abandoned Qarrard college, and will next school year be In charge of tho college at W, long-standip set-tin- g May-fiel- who gave her Samuel to the Lord! and with Mnry, who rocked Jesus to sleep while there were angels singing In the air; and with Sister of Charity, who V.,,,1 ., !,. t,.4i .i. cue. Your dominion host the light; and with Hannah, At you will, from the chalice of God, drink to the soul eternal re, trlmea, la home, O woman) j. ll .... n.i. .. i,,( tI-l- ir,.i ""' .- 1 iv-- .Uni-nLd,,- ,, ! 6 arsj arofj thctn whero are tho scales .o delicate that you enn weigh In them nfftction ognlnst affection, sentiment ugilnst sentiment, thought against thought, soul against soul, a man's world against a woman's world? You come out wllli your stereotyped remark that man Is superior to woman In Intellect; and then I open on my desk thunder-bolte-d the swarthy, writings of Harriet Martlnena, nnd Klizabcth Drowning, und lleorpe Kllot. You come on with jour stereotyped remark about woman's superiority to man In tho item of affection; bet I ask you where was thcro more capaj- ity to love than In John tho disciple and Matthew Simpson, tho bishop, and Henry Martyn, the missionary? The heart of those men was so largo thot after you had rolled Into it two hemispheres there was room still left to marshal the hosts of Heaven, and set up the throne of the eternal Jeliovnh. I deny to man the throne intellectual. I deny to women tho throne affection-al- . No human phraseology will ever define the spheres; w hlle there is an intuition by which wo know when a man Is In his realm, nnd when n woman Is In her realm, and when cither of them Is out of It. No bungling legislature ought to attempt to make a definition, or to say: "This Is the line nnd that Is the line." My theory Is that If a woman want to vote sho ought to vote, end that if n man wants to embroider nnd keep house he ought "to bo allowed to embroider and keep house. There arc masculine women, nnd there are effeminate men. My theory is that you havo no right to interfere Iron-type- c.sn iiu more compare Ti thejrt tfrs. you cairrjxygcn and hydro water and grass, trees and stars. den, All this talk about llio superiority of ono sex to tho other yx Is nn everlasting waste of Ink nnd tipcrch. A jeweler may nave a scaio so ucilcntu Hint, ne can weigh the dust of diamonds; but u.i UeId't which .... .... fiod called hn?is.L9JPTva--jy-lng.thata.- U I ytr -- "rintliT,'nNf-'ev..SJey,-,ivHnrlrM-. brown-thrashe- lsuA!Uftia'Ztaisf.'l-l-dsnlW'MC---- . n,l iha. .""m ci. iuiit:r uo inero man carry me nersnee aneletv. nn.l thmv knew l,n, reirardlnir (he) wheat purse of a prlucess. Your bIkxIc may to fight the Sons of Temperance anrf tfmafc It at of a crop. Thej be humble, but you can. by your faith flood Samaritans; but when De- think wheal will command satisfac In (lod, and your cheerfulness of de- borah appeared upon tory prices. a the sccno Amos Collins, oged SS, wa drowned meanor, gild it with splendors such as took to his feet and got to nn upholsterer's hand never yet kin- - the mountains. It seems that they did while in tho Kentucky river at the died. Tneie nre abodes In everv eitv not know how to contend acainst mouth of Pert creek, two miles above hiiuilile,"""two stories; four plain, "Coronation," nnd "Old Hundred," and Whltesburg. Onk of the most widely known and rooms; undesirable neighbor"Ilrnttle Street," and "llethany," they hood; nml yet thcro is a man who were so very Intangible. These men desperate horse thieves In the country would dio on the threshold rath- found that they could not accomplish was raptured the other day at White's er than surrender. Why? tt Is much against that kind of warfare and station, Madison county. Ills name Is home. Whuueter ho thinks of It In ono of the cities a regiment was Lewis Hector, and he was lodtred In he sees angels of Hod hovering brought all armed to disperse the wom- Jail at Richmond by Marshal U. S. around It. The ladders of Heaven nre en. They came down in battle array; Coyle, of Herea. C. W. Smith, of Lagrange, Is arranglet down to that house Over the but oh, what poor success! for that clitlrt s rough crib there are the chant- - regiment was made up of gentlemen, ing for n state poultry show, to be held . .. .. 1... ln. nl.n.l. an s.n.oi; .1uiunc uht nnu, geniiemcn uo not. '. f at women In Louisville during the autumn. A snoot ...h? .. ..s .. Ilcthlehem. It Is home. These chil with hymn books In their hands. Oh, limlnary meeting will bo held at drcn may come up after awhile, and they found that gunning for female Music hall, Louisville, at 3:30 o'clock they may win high position, and they prayer meeting was a tery poor busi- Saturday, July 0, to take preliminary may have 1111 uffiiicut residence; but ness! No real damage was done, al action. they will not until their dying day for- though there was threat of violence Cadet H a vnr.N Gnunns, of Kentucky, get that tin in bin roof under which nfter threat of violence all over the of the Richmond district, a s their father tested, and their mother land. I really think If the women man, has been appointed quartermassang, and their sisters played Oh. if of the enst had as much faith In God ter at West Point. This Is qulto a disyou would gathty up nil tender memo- ns their sisters of the west had, and tinction. ries, all tho llgh'ts aud shades of the the same recklessness of human critiThe post office at Esculapla Spring, heart, nil bauquctings and reunions, cism, I really believe that In one month Lewis county, has been discontinued. nil filial, fraternal, paternal nnd cons Mns. Jack Cnuncit, of Franklin of the grogshops of our jugal affections, and you had only just cities would be closed, and there would county, died, aged 97. In her early four letters with which to spell out be running through the gutters of the life she was bedridden for fourteen that height, and depth, and length, streets llurgiindy. Cognac and Heidsic, years, and she often boasted that she nnd breadth, nnd magnitude, and eter- and old Port, and Schiedam Schnapps, had outlited fifteen doctors who had nity of meaning, you . mid. with nnd lager beer, and you would save at various times attended her. streaming eyes, and trembling voice, your fathers, and your husbands, and The Owensboro banks that paid the nnd agitated hand, write It out in those your sons, first from a drunkard's proposed Income tax get tt back. four living capitals, 11 grave, and second from a drunkard's FAiiMr.ns In somo portions of Ohio What right does woin.in want that ts hell! To this battle for home let all county aro complaining of the dry grander than to be queen in such a women rouse themselves. Thank God weather. In many places the tobacco realm? Why, the eagles of heaven can for our early home. Thank God for plants are ruining In tho bed on acnot fly across that dominion. Horses, our present home. Thank God for the count of getting too large for transpanting nnd with lathered Hanks, are coming home In Heaven. One twi- planting. Cut worms have entirely not swift enough to run to the outpost light, after I had been playing with disappeared from this county. Wheat of the realm. They say that tho sun the children for some time, I aVy down 1 ripening and promises an abundant never sets on the English empire; but on the lounge to The children yield. I have to tell you thnt on this realm of said, "Play more." Children always The post office at Evergreen, Jackwoman's inllucncc, eternity never want to play more. And, half asleep son county, will be discontinued aftei marks nny lioumL Isabellu tied from and half awake, I seemed to dream June S9. , the Spanish throne, pursued by the na- this dream: It seemed to mo that I The L. &. N. railroad will make a lot tion's anathema; but she who is nueen was In a land not Persia, of improvements at Corbln. . ln home,1wiU,uever.loiorlicrJ.throne. aUbughjsmore DAJtVUJi-assM Orientalrlus; ; if-- "a-siaiwu Iter be there than .1wear"V.7 Victoria's eoro - l knew how to flxrht III Jul tha A'atlonal .. .. ' .1 I s 1- .- ' What a brave fight for home the women of Ohio made some ten or fifteen yer ago, when they banded together and In many of the town and cities o that stat marched in procession, and by prayer and Christian song shut tip more places of dissipation than wera ever counted. Were they opened agalnf Oh, .yes; but ts It not a good thing to shut up the gates of hell for two or n.v. George O. IUhmf.s Is conductthree months? It seemed that men engaged In the business of destrovln ing a series of meeting at the courtTS.A !..t... I. " others did not know how to cope with house at r ......v.... ..u , tun .n . L 1 It. I -- . ffjXKBM kUul ssss a ka.'-rs.- ..1 two-thir- Sis-er- ... . Il,.ll I, I - ff first-clas- three-fourth- -i one-hal- n y ly 1 lt 1 m fl de-tot- ? con-looti- 1 orad-llo- i Miss Maiiy l'lill.imooic, of Jersey City, In a tighter clear through. Sho decided to become a lawyer and read nsslduously, but tho supreme court In New Jersey refused to examine her, on tho ground thnt there waa no law admitting women to the bar. Then MUt l'hllbrook drafted a bill rectifying the omlailon, nnd fought It sln?lehnnd-r- d successfully through the legislature and won the governor's approval. Then she presented herself once more operation of other nation we believe that the United .States should not watt upon tbe pleas. ureot foreign governments or the consent of foreign creditors but should themselve proceed lo reverse the 'grinding process' that la of the people and deslrolng the should lead by their example the nations of before the supreme court, and In the examination which followed covered herself with such glory na to win the coveted admission. Ah English elergymnn, .under tha income tax In that country, waa enabled to make the deduction to determine hi "net" lneosne almost a Ilesult of Existing t'ollry. comprehensive a oar western farmer "Under tbe financial policy that now prewere prepared to de nnder the reoent filled we ice the land Income tax law. This vlear deducted vail discontented worklngmen and with Idle an the grost Insoroe of his benefice and from army of tramps, man whom lack of only his rates, taxes and repairs, work and opportunity uave made outcast and not other but also the wages of his servants, the beggar. At thofamilies end we Und lh.it a f own tbe coal of hU horse and trap and tha fw thousand country. Tha renlrallratton wealth of the schooling of hi four children, In order of wealth has gnno band In baud with the to show that all he had to live on waa pro dot jioverly Tho pauper and the plutoweek, that crat ru twin children of the same vicious snd about 80 slillllngs-r.M- -a full of unholy eystem. Tbe situation I being the "net" Income after the-- ) f et lo tha UbeftU fo- ever-rowione-hal- Industry have a higher claim to lawof the peorle' the oonslderaltnn foreign greed of the makers than demands avaricious or the creditors, of Idle capital made by Idlo holders The right to regulate Ita o n monetary ay. tern Us own people Is a right In the Interests of which no free government can barter, seller urrender this reserved right Is a part of every bond, cf every contract and of very obligation. No creditor or claimant ean tet up u right that can lake precedence over a nation's obligations to promote the welfare of the masses of Its oan people This I a debt higher and more binding than all other --tlebt. and one which I not only dlshonei I but treasonable lo Ignore. of American tbe earth ' That the right of tbe American people, tbe Intrretta of American labor and thn prosperity keep It demonrtlicd. Tbe great mass of lb democrallo pally favored tbe repeal ot the ew lork's .lelecntlon. IB73, but Cleveland act of thwarted their Nr.w Yohk, Juno IS. Two or threo desires Tbe political cyclone ot 18.3 wa hundred republicans left for Cluvcland caused by republicans who sailed with tb on u special train Tuesday, to attend wind, from money klugs. Tbe people, however, have now taken tha matter Into tbelr the convention of the league of reown handa and after twenty year of betrayal publican clubs. Fifty-on- o dclcgutes will seek those who will carry out their desires. They now kaow tbat eiery from Now York, Kings, Queens, Richman who qualifies hla determination to fighl mond nnd Suffolk counties will bo on for tbe freo and unlimited coinage of atlver the train headed by Adjt. Ocn. K. A. at thn ratio of 19 to I by the United feute McAlpln. alone Is an enemy of the cause. All tbey demund Is tho 14 to I statutes ot 1IJ4 and 1837. Chewed Ills Thumb Off. There were no Mfs" or "and" about those (liiKUNHiii'KO, Ind., Juno 18. A fight In lb creed of statutes There are none morning between the true bimetallism Tbe policy of the en- ensued Monday Newt Ilrown and his brother. Newt emy to Impoverish the masses Is now well unOn more gold president might got his brother's thumb lu his Tnouth derstood do the work and destroy lb foundstloo of re- and chewed it olT. publican Institutions, which Is Independence and prosperity of the people. The only differTit Clo to tleveland. ence between the republican leader and Knoxvii.i.k, Teun., June 18. A big Cleveland waa that he did openly what the delegation of Tennessee republicans hypocrite do secretin." - Ilynamlto la III I'ockel. Waukkmiia, Wis., June 14. John llutim, n farmer of the town of loft his homo to go to the farm He took some to blast sirue stone. dynamite, with him, putting part of It in his veal pocket, and It Is thought t lust he stumbled aud fell, exploding tho stuff. The report of the explosion wah hcurd some distance away and o, will attend thu republican league meeting at Cleveland, O., this week. A largo number went from oust Tennessee Monday night and will tnke the Tciiniitsce special train nt Cincinnati Tuesday morning. Among these will bo II. Clny lOviins, recent ciindldnto for governor. luctlonj Beoace tj-- neighbors hastened to theplaoe, where llautu waa found daaA. stHRt. Held Up hy tt lllBhwityiiiaii. C11I., Juno IS. -- The west-bi.iI stiiMii was held up Saturday by 'i .inn li.L'liwuyiuau, who secured 31,'jof I'liltll, ., i.i.i W'tdls-Ktig- v htrong box. r should I When you want to get your grandest frultfulness filled the garden; nor caught a flab oat ot Licking that how high a fly. or how' deep a trout should plunge, I Idea of a Queen, do not think of Cnth- - I Italy, although more than Italian soft weighed sixty-seve- n pounds and measas to try to seek out the height and Icrlneof Itussla. orof Anno of Encland. ' ness filled the air. And I wandered ured five feet In length. ' around looking for thorns and nettles. depth of woman's duty. The question or Maria Theresa of Germany; but Cam. Ed Portm Thompson, state of capacity n ill settle finally tho whole when you want to get your grandest but I found cone of them grew there. uperlntcndent of public instruction, question, the w hole subject. When a Idea of a queen, you think of tho plain And I walked forth and saw the sun wilt be the orator ot the day at the unwoman is prepared to preach, she will woman who sat opposite your fnther rise, and I said: "When will It veiling of a monument to Gen. Roger And ths sun sank W. Hanson, at Lexington, the first set again?" preach, and neither conference or pres- nt the table, or walked with him 1 the week in July. all saw And down life's pathway some- not. bytery can hinder her. When a woman is prepared to more in the highest times to the Thanksgiving banquet, people in holiday ispparil, ' and John A. Haldeman, business man commercial spheres, she will hnvo sometimes to the grave, but always to- I said; "When do they put on ager of the Louisville Evening Times, great influence on the exchange and gether soothing your petty griefs. worklngman's garb ngaln and delve In and Frank H. Stouffer, connected with no boards of trade can hinder her. 1 correcting your childish waywardness, j the mine and swelter t the forge?" the business department, have returned Hut neither the garments nor the robe want woman to understand that heart JUIUIU IU JUUI IIIIUIilllE WJ.VI4 IU, from a tour of two months' through and brain can overfly any barrier thnt ing to your evening prayers, tolling for did they put off. And 1 wandered In favored portions of Europe. suuuros anu j saiu: "tvnere uo nothpoliticians may sot up, and that you with tho needle, or nt the the Misses Anna L. CitAwroiiD, Anna A. ing can keep her back or keep her spinning-whee- l, and on cold nights they bury the dead of this great city?" Monsch and Mary VerhoefT, three I looked along by tho hills, where bright Louisville young women, down but the question of incapacity. wrapping you up snug nnd wnrm. And have I was in New Zealand last year just And then, at last, when sho lay In ' It would be most beantlful for tho received their diplomas from Vassar after the opportunity of suffrage had tho back room dying, and you saw dead to sleep, and I saw castles, and college aud with high rank In the been conferred upon women. The plan her tnke thoo thin hands with towns, nnd battlements, but not a largest graduating class 00 that haa worked well There had never been such . which she had tolled lor you so mausoleum, nor monument, nor white ever left that Institution. good order at tho polls, and righteous- long, nnd put them together in n dying slab could I see. And I went into tho The wheat harvest has begun in ness triumphed. Men have not made prayer thot commended you to the God grent chapel of tho town and I said: Warren countj. such wonderful moral success of the who sho hnd taught you to trust oh "Whero do the poor worship? Whero The list of pensions granted and Inballot-bothat they need fear women , sho was the Queen The chariots of are the benches on which they sit?" creases allowed the other day includes will corrupt it. In all our cities man nou came uown to leicn ncr. nun ns and n voice answered; "We havo no tho following: Additional: Geo. R. Mid-kila sho went In all Heaven rose up You poor In this great city?" has so nearly made the ballot-boSulphur Springs, Ohio county; And I wandered out, seeking to tind James failure, suppose we let women try. Hut can not think of her now without a alio way, Hall, Pulaski. . Rerush of tenderness thnt stirs the deep the place where were the hovels of tho newal and Incrensc: Jacob Close, Newarc soma women, I know, of there nnture, who wander up and foundations of jour soul, and you feel destitute; and I found mansions of am- port. Increase: Dillon Collett, Hright no homes as much a child again as when you ber and Ivory and gold, but no tear did Shade, Clay, down the country-havi- ng Wm. Goddard, of their own, or forsaking their own cried on her lap; nnd If ton could I seo or sigh hear. I was bewllderod; Lexlngtou; Wm. licit, Lola, Livingand I snt under the shadow of a great ston; Geo. Stribllng, Murphysvllle, homes tnlklng about their rights; nnd bring, her back again to speak lust we kuow very well that they them once mord jour name, as tenderly ns tree, and I said: "What am I, and Mason; Hnrtlctt Thompson, Island, selves nro lit neither to vote nor to sho used to speak it, jou would bo whence nunc nil this?" And nt that McLean; Wesley Dade, Henderson; from among tho John II. Smith, Greensburgh, Green. keep house. Their mission seems willlug to throw jourself on tho moment there canto two ground nnd kiss the sod that leaves, skipping up the flowery paths humiliate tho merely to The South Kentucky Christian Situ sexes nt the thought of what covers her, crying: ".Mother! mother'" nnd across the sparkling group; and convention was in session any one of us might become. No one Ah, she wns tho queen she was when I saw their step I knew it, nt Mndlsonville, and many prominent would wnnt to live under the laws tho queen. Now can you tell ine and when 1 heard their voices I preachers of the state were present. that such women would ennct, or to how many thousand miles n woman thought I knew them; but their Over 200 delegates are in attendance. was so different fiom nnythlng havo cast upon society the children like that would have to travel down session days. that such women would raise. Hut 1 before sho got to the ballot box? Com I had ever seen, I bowed a stranger to The NUMiiKK continued two from KenA of missionaries Hut after awhile, when shall show you that tho best rights pared with this work of training kings strangers. thnt women can own she already has und queens for God aud eternity," how thej' clapped their hands, and shouted: tucky aro in that part of China In missionIn her possession; that her position in insignificant seems all this work of "Welcome! wrlcome!" the mystery was which the recent massacre of is reported to have taken place. UiU country nt this time is not one nf j voting for aldermen nnd common solved, nnd I saw that time had passed, aries A petition is commiseration, but one of congratula- - j councilmen, und sheriffs and consu nnd that eternity had come, and thnt Pendleton county being circulated In an electlon; that the grandeur and power of mes ami mayors unci presidents! To God had gathered us up Into a tion be called to asklm? thatpeople allow the to her realm have netcr yet been ap- tonka ono such grand woman ns I have higher home; and I said: "Are we al) take a vote on the question of free on a described how many thousands would here?" und the voices of tho innumer- turnpikes. preciated; that sho sits throne so high that all tho thrones you want of those peoplo who gr in tho able generations answered: "All hero;" The gentlemen In charge of Louisot- - eartli 'piled on top of each round of fashion nnd dissipation, going and while tears of gladness were raln other would not make for her ns fnr toward disgraceful apparel as ing down our cheeks, and the branches ville's finances have figured out a way Here Is the platform thej' daro go so ns not to bo arrested of Lebanon cedars were clapping their for it to afford an appropriation of a footstool. G. A. R. purposes. on which ?she stands. Away down I by tho police their behuvlor ft sorrow hands, and the towers of tho great city 8S5.000 for John Lynn was nominated for tho below 1L nre tho ballot box and the to me goon anu a caricature 01 ine were chiming their welcome, vso began congressional nsscmblagu und tho leg- vicious, and un Insult to that God who to laugh and sing, and leap und shout: legislature by thu pops at Morganflcld. William Dow.nkt, of Woodford islative hall. Woman always has voted made them men and not gorgous, und "Home! hotnel home!" and aluaj-- s will vote. Then I felt a child's hand on my county, was fatally stabbed by Samuel Our tramping on down through n frivolous thought they were by tunf dissipated life to temporal and face, nnd It woke me. The children Adams during a quarrel over the postheir votes putting Washington Into eternal damnation. wanted to ploy more. Children always session of some tobacco plants. Ci.auk county teachers get nearly the presidential chair. No. His mothOh, womnn, with the lightning of want toplny more. S50,000 from the state treasury. er, by tho principles sho taught, him, your soul strike dead at your feet nil Varied Muperstltloae. On Donaldson creek, near Inez, two and by the habits she inculcated, mado these allurements to dissipation nnd to In northeastern Germany, especially him president. It was a Christian fashion. Your Immortal soul can not around the Samland, Protestants, In young brothersjiamcd Chapman killed mother's hand dropping the ballot be fed upon such garbage. God calls case of ailment, will seek uld from James Rowo In n quarrel about Howe's when Lord Hacon wrote, and Newton you up to empire and dominion. Will masses nnd exorcisms, or will hide wife. Tho murder Is said to have been philosophized, nnd Alfred the Great you havo It? Oh, give to God your their own charms under tho Lord's a horrible affair. The murderers esgoverned, nnd Jonathan Kd wards thun- heart; give to God nil your best ener- table to havo masses read over them. caped to tho mountains. Madisonvillk wants electric light dered of judgment to come. How gies; give to God all your culture; give Some remedies nro oven believed to be many men there havo been In to God all your refinement; give your tho solo property of tho Catholid and tho city council Is Investigating high political station who would solf to Him, for this world and the priests. It is the same in Franconla, the cost of a plant that will supply the havo been Insufficient to stand noxt. Soon all these bright eyes will while In other parts the Jew's prayer town with thlrtyseven arc lights for tho test to which their moral prin- be quenched, these voice will bo is said to bopossessed of the heallnf public use and it sufficient supply o. other lights for private use. ciple was put had It not been for a hushed. quality. Tho Athenaeum. The people's party of Union county wife's voico that encouraged them to For the last tlmo you will look upon Un. D. Fiwm. Powell has the unique met In Morganfield and nominated do right, and n wife's prayer that this fair earth. Pother's hand, mother's sounded louder than the clamor of par- hand, sister's hand, child's hand will distinetlnn of boing the mayor of the John Lynn for the legislature. Deletisanship! The right of suffrage, ns no more bo in yours. It will bo night I own of La Crosse, Wis., and chief of gates were also selected to the state ho Winnebago Indians. His Indian convention. w a men exercise It, seems to bo n feennd thero will come up n cold wind White Heaver. For many The monument erected to Gen. Roger ble thing. You, a Christian man. come from tho JonlV. nnd you must stnrt. tame is surgeon In the I'nited up to the ballot box and you drop your Will It be n lone woman on reckless j' ars ho was a lie Is a man of tine per- W Hanson, nt Lexington, by the Or S'ates army, vote, lliglil niter you comes a liber- moor? Ah' no Jesus will como up phan brigade, will be unveiled during the first week In July. tine, or a sot tho off scouring of the in that hour and offer Ills hand, nnd se nallty. Tub Hank of England Isstlll Incre.isAlien Lyle nnd Hill Kavanaugh, Nestreet and he drops his vote; and his He will say. "You stood by Mo when voto counteracts vours. Hut If. In th will not desert Ing Its holdings of gold. It now lias groes, cnguged In it scuflle at vnu em nell: now a daur-hte- r bv bnr'vnn m)ip.i vim nn. slek." Onu wavo nf Sl'J.OOO.OOO moro than It had twelve oulet of homo-lifand Kuvnnnugh was shot in the eUJ.lInn llfllnn.nn. a, ...la l. U.. I.. HI. I1UIHI .... .1 .1... BIS' I HI ...ill I US II IIU I IIU HU'I lll iniimi ..v.m.ainn, , "I.C, SJ UlT III 1VI1UI'I a...1 months ii go. Tho Hank of France has face with a pistol. Kuva'nnugh is in n dustry, n mother, by her faithfulness, another wave of his hiind and midnight added SJ7.000.000 to Its hord of gold la precarious state. Lyle was arrested casts n voto In the right direction, then shall break into midnoon: and another the sumo tunc. IN n competitive drill between Celt nothing can resist it, und tho liillucuco wuvu of his hand and tho chamMm I.ntvAiin Hiiaiiiios, who is f.imll-I- ji tral iinhemtty cadets, tit Richmond, with the big gauiu in India, thinks W. 11. Sparks, of Nmtli Carolina, win of that vote will throb through tho berlains of God will oome down from eternities. the treasure hiiuses of Hem en, with that tht elephant Is it very much over- awarded tho medal over fifty roniet-ItorMy chief anxiety, then. Is not that lobes lustriotis, bloodw ashed nud rated iiolnul. Ho shj'n thut he is treacherous, and. with few woman Iihvo other r'ghts accorded her; heat cii-t- luted In which jou will ur Hen I'isiifii, of near Henderson, wa but that she, by tho grace of God, rise ray joum-l- f for tho uiarrl.igo nupper i exceptiohh an arrant coward. fatally shot by unknown persons. arm-in-ar- m , I I x x 1 1 day-schoel ' to-da- y rs I 11 e, ! 1 1 - p.,H..a.-T...- " ta,,. -- r sps'aai si asvsias-a-- 1 - .. 1 lllcli-mon- d s. rl , -- rV -- 4 eVa -- H - ' , , , r. n'AW"jLd' J" - WJl.lllll l- mum MWMJMMMMWWMW-WM1MiWMf"SWS- e - - TBS HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., FRIDAY, Ijlmlny nt lYnnklbrl. B JUNE 21, 181)5. run urine nKSAiun, t Noiii rr authorise! to announce T. J. Tl caiilil'u for Malo Henxlorn tnd ID represent Until, lllekmm cminl le In th next Opnerl As sembly. ei(lteet to the mlioa of I lie Denncrnlio parly. Fill-Io- KENTUCKY DEMOCRATS. Noiiml Money WIiin. Tho Oourior-.Touruiil'8 full from tho 111) couu ties which Democratic conventions ImM Mn ii ilny makes but one thine: ami that is that it voiy majority of tho ilelepites Invor sound money ns nunlnst fruo MllvLTttt 1C to 1. It is thitt tlicro will do no frco all vcr plunk In tho pint form. fli'ii. Il.trtliu lends iu the in utrtiiiteil votoby 37.r to CI iv's 300. Tit? olmneos nro in f.tvor of Uur- tliu. iV.immbcr.of Homiil tnouov auiintleft Instrnolml for ilnrilln. Yp think I ho chances nro fn favor of K. T.Tj lor for Lleiitounnt Governor. Ah ii matter of truth, no candidate that has opposition has nuy certainty of ii nomination. cer-tulhnml-sumo a poweful speech on the enrronoy question nt I'mnkfort on Thursday of last week. Among other tilings, ho said that thono who utilise tho experiment of t'reo coin- ago took upon thomsolics a weighty responsibility. Ho urged that it is a business proposition with which sentiment linn nothing to do, ns it may nfl'oot private faith or public Integrity. Mr. I.lndiuy said that tho silver ininers were tho only people who profited li the change, ns the coinage of the dollars which followed furnished a maiket for more bullion than had eor beon coined iu tills country. Ho then took up tho question of prices, giving fig ures to show (hat there ia no relation hc.twcon tho decreased value of silver anil the price of Ho nlso showed that tho period of butincss depression, instead of lu ing caused by the closing of the mints to silver coinage, was tho direct result of reckless specula Ho tion nttd tariff legislation. mild tho proposition that tho UUo Stnt nntn rnnlil the imrlt.v between gold nnil silver whs preposterous, nod add ed that 4ho only hope of freo coin age was by International agree Tho silver niou should ment. turn their attention toward seeming this and ceaso their pernicious agitation, which can only hnvo n depressing effect upon returning prosperity. Ho then discussed at length tho possible evil effects of freo coin ngo and contrasted tho conditions iu countries where tho currency rested on a gold basis nod in others where freo silver coinage provnils. fie quoted freely from tho uioiiotary report madoby Sen ator Jones of Nevada in 1S70. to disprove tho present arguments of Mr. Jones and other silver lenders. Mr. Lindsay closed with a worn- lug to Kentucky Democrats Hint unless they abandon the frco sil ver tssuo and dovoto their atten tion to legitimato Stato issues, there- is danger of tholr defeat iu too Stato election. mnln-tiif- Senator Wm. Lindsay delivered HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS i Z v K'rot'CiMllnjrs HATS STRAW IIATS. Biggest n.ortniont over shown in Hickman "Yachts" "lisclias" nnil staples for men nnd boyi, 2oo to Sl.50. mid 75c. Heautics at oOo H a 03 Children's Sailors, Yachts and llcxible brims remarkablo cliihls v.ttiety. to Sl.50 in Special values in 'JOo H OT at 25c. all new patterns and 33oyo 25c. perfect fitting Waiato. 35c. 10c. 75c. "filobc" brand. 03 H Soft NogligoB Shirts. For men and boy. Immcnpo assortment of fancy light colore J thirls special at 50c. Fine Pants. block ever carried in Hickman. I'et line in our Furnishing Department. Dtess Pant specials $1.75, $2.00 and $2.50. You'll miss it if you buy before seeing tlicte. Work pints 50o and up 88c special better than ever. We always have all wo advertise and we'll welcome you. IJiggest OT H OT H to ' u 3 NltnKIW JIICI.'M W, J3 fcUVIl H Atlklns, of Union CM? CM? XC On Monilajr evening nt '2 o'olook the City, is visiting Miss Linda Pilant. preIluchlott Jackson, of Union delcK'Uo Appointed nt the vrIou met in llng, held on the 15lh liml at City, is visiting ft lends in the city. - - - IV 'B tcmbtril in Convention at the court home Miss Nannie Church of Union to City, is visiting Mrs. ltobt. L'nrrls. tlie purro'o of electing dflcgntf tor VI .1 ilio Htmocratio Stale Convention wMoli his store, where can bo found n fall lino of lias Miss Jiiynnr Clark, of Union J Hjserablfsln Loulivllle ncilTuedjr, 'J5tb City, isited ilrieudB in tho city this week. n!l. H au Mr Thcs Dillon, er., Cliidrnma of ilia Miss do. Covington, of KiiPon ConntT 'l)emorrtle Committee, Ky., is visiting Miss Hattio IIAKDWAHL'.TINWAKH, QUKUNSWAUF, I1AUNK83 &o &o. to order. lrJ Hie ineetlnn Carpenter. Fverjthlng Now nud Fresh, which ho will sell as cheap ns any ono mitde hj Moll Ajtrs to A motion i Mesdames Hopkins nnd for (JASII. flo nud seo him. Hero nro a fow of Ids prices: HiipfD.e wllli tlio election of a lemiiomrv of Fulton, aro lsltitig Miss Host Oratlo N. O. Molasses .') 18 lbs Kaatern (Iran. Sugar $1.00 : In r man and that ttte Convention pro.'coJ Uettie Dodds. LOO ilO 20 lbs Yellow Ohtr. Sugar 1 doz. pt. Tin Cups onex to a permtnenl orgaultMion. tl Miss Su. Aloxaudor, of near 1 dor., qt. Tin Fruit Cans 1.00 50 20 lbs Fiist Quality Itloo ollon carried. Jordan, Is visiting Mr. nud Mrs. A 1 Gallon llottlo Pickles 30 1 pneks Arbticklo Coffee 00 N .In C Wearn wae oinde leiupornrj So- - It. L. Alexander. llncon, Lord, Flour, Meal &o, ii tj 3 Mesdames Cnry nnd Ford, of Ileadqnnrters for Thresher Supplies, nd J C. No trouble to make pticcs ur bIiow goods. Oo uutl soo him at Tlie namee ot Oeorgc Warron Union City, Teuii., nro lislting OAYOli, KY. t'lotimoT were preeented for permnnenl Mr. nud Mrs, J. It, Ford. call- the vote Miss Hello Wilson, of Union a chairman, and Tajlor jnll7 Cpreclude 0. Smith fur. llenrjr City, Is lsitlug tho family of Dr. The. bll? reault-- a teller arroinie H. II. Wilson, of this county. In the election of Flournoy. Mr. John llollner, wifo and Ja C Wearn was e looted permanent son of Knoxvlllo, Tenn., la visitSecrc'arjr ing Mr. nnd Mr. It. M. Isler. A inot"n wai made and carried Mrs. Dr. F. M. Ushor, of Fub Vi that t lie ilclrj;alee le Inilrucled Mrs. ton, visited hor mother, 'o cm t die toio of ihli Convention for Carpenter, iu Fast Hickman this (Ion. It T. Tjrler lor Lieut. Governor. -, r of (he Comity Convention. J Personals. .Miss Mary j ,, 31! GP Ess J. JIAVIllill, lt i. iWCIUY., May-fiel- Staple and Fancy Groceries, MM 1 Free-mn- r I t.i I lie-- hi I 4 ! Attention. FannoisI Binder Twine, nnanl-raouil- y 44 DASH SHOE' STORE, KT. i Judge A. Klncmnn nnd dtpnal daughter. Mrs. 11. nor MlllCt,lori -Wow'ilc .J with, and that Iwentjr Ibree delegklca be Tuesday for a short visit to Cinappitnted from the counljr at largo to go . noral-nillo- Mr. Oca. Warren made a on lao1ntlon notion that wook. Pure No. 1 Lard Oil, . Castor Machine 0iln Tlnis County EtcMoluflon. Tho free coinngo of silver as Xtresotited to tho country by tho recognized leaders of tho moveniiPOSITKD WITH ment is for the arbitrary ratio of 10 to 1, mid these leaders and many ot their conventions assort that any declaration claiming to fayor "nn enlarged nso of silver, or its coinngo at nnv other rntio, iu disguise" is tho plea of Ilcnco, the resolution adopted or your with more dollars ndded to it, no nintler pilot Capt. John J. of vast ituportnnco to tho stale, that the delegates nciriiATt. by tho County convention Monhow long you live! A Policy in this Company not only secures tho transfer stcuiner (icorgo W. but in point of importance ns n at this meeting bo instructed to Hickman C t. Handle and II A Trier, certain and . muv protection for your r. laved ones in the event ol day interpreted by tho demand .. i question, and In yoto for delegates in tho county r'ulton Moll Avres and J r olubbletletd. Parker, nt Pndut'tih, is spending i it.- t constitutional ..l l.i votn eaily iieallt, nut aito provtucs a mini ior jour own wk huuiu made by the silver people few dajs witlt his family on Troj being n Cajce A C brown, point of interest to tho bnsinoss convention that will vote for balance of county Roll n ford. age. you need it in old nvonuc. ornt best a ta in fact nud commercial interest of tho AiraaiATM. H. T. Davis, of Hickmnn, nt. state, it is easily tho most impor- Hon. K. T. Tyler for Lieut. etrnddlo. It's friends did not risk YOU to invettigatc tlm nlant of tills The Iiett of nud to go uniustructcd on II Duchanan, W V Taylor, i Naylor. M tended a meeting of the Alumni IT WIMi 1'AY tant case ever decidod by that K. KMslisOX, Agent, will aid yon a vote nt 16 to 1. To bo snro It The I'coplc nro All till the Otmpmiies, nnd VA U Shaw, C Johnson, J N Uawklnn, It E court. Tho effect of tho decision all other candidates nnd questions Kelly, H b Tajlor. T J Illlncoe. J II of Vantlorhllt University, i u Is not such n resolution as sound that you may wish to make. in any investigation From evory part of tho Stato of is a big victory for Gov. Hrown, coining before the Stnto Conven- l.u ten J K McUehee.T II Johnaon, Alf Nashville, this week, anil heard money men would prefer, but if MeDanlel. O b K'erlin, T N Smith, W S Hon, Chnuucoy Depew. Kentucky wo hear condemnation who took tho responsibility on tion. Motion carried. It means uuything it mentis coinI.utcn nnd W A .Shuck. of an effort to disturb the har- his own shoulders nud mndo tho Tho chnirtnan then appointed that the Chairman A motion was maj fight for tho peoplo against tho ngo at 32 to 1 ns much as at 10 to mony of the Democratic State effort of tho L. and X. to crento n tho following ns delegates to tho appoint Committee on Iteeolutlons, and To tho Citizens of tho Sur- 1, and to tho first ratio, its mar-keConvention which assembles in monopoly of railroad property comity convention: that the motion previously aJupted to dls roundinpr Country, value, few sound money men Louisville this month by forcing and privicgos. Geo. Warren, Tom Dillon, Jr., penie with said committee be reconildered. would object. Tho strnddlo is in upon Wm. F. Okykk, tho linker, the Motion carried, and the Chairman ap its consideration the quesW. P. Taj lor, W. C. Johuson nud allowing pucIi unlimited liberty pointed the following cotumlllie on reso- only ono who has over succeeded All Frco tion of currency reform in nnother Tom Dillon, sr., as to ratio, and of coarse dele- and lutions; A C. Drown, chm'n; Geo. War in Hickmnn, Ivy., for many yenrs, different sbnpo from that On motion oTThos Dillon, sr., ren and Moll Ayers. Is still living nnd has run Ida bakTlioso who hnve used Dr. King's gates to the State Convention formulated by tho National Demo- Now Discovery know its value, Mr. Olios. Haltzcr, cliairniMi, was Committee retired, .and after an ab ery for 0 yoars; therefore yon the ran exerciso this unlimited dis- cratic Convention of 1S02. The and thoso who havo not, have must say his bread and other goods sence of a few minutes reported the folcretion ns to what they think will fact bus developed, sinco tho sub now tho opportunity to try It Free. elected n dclegato in his clmir. reputation. Ho uow lowing resolution signed by two of the hnve good On motion mooting adjourned. maintain tlie parity of tho two ject has been tnoro gononilly dis Gall on tho advertised Druggist HABDWAHE, QUEENSWARE, SADDLERV, HARNESS, ETC. els. sells 5 cent loaves for l committee, Mr. Warren dluootlns: Ciias. Baltzer, Ohm'u. cussed by the people, that any) nnd got n Trial Bottle, Froo. Send Yon cet 3 loaves of Bread for 10c, vyips IMOIOtAK, KY. qwwTmi RTIIHKT, jour co tn ml yr on r es ol u it o n , ,i IIHSII wihuwwmh-lemaiKle, 'goh and silver" nro u ihl eountr to "ho Male contention l loaves for 5 cents. A big cut Democratic Convention vm:imamn&txfrtniffiefrrm Now " jcngo is offt snmnlo bov oraiDr Kinn'it I InMrucird to cast their vote anil use all in Bread. Cull and seo him and ho coined nt n parity, the on ly 1892, A GoIdon Opportunity. not desired by tho Demo- - Life Pills Free, .,.. ," . honorable means In baring aJopted In get your inoiici'ti worth. ....... . """IHIIUUIIIIl parity nt this titno is 32 to 1, and u.uuu urgniiiz.iuoii m iveiiiucKy. Mo Health niidiroiisohold fustruc- tlielr jilalform arrooluliou faiorlne the free IT. Buchanan, tho progresaivo and uniimiletl coinage orgoluand silver hence you seen pretty good "gold wumucniis, nose opinion on tuo, tor. Free. All of which is -at a parity wllb each other. question, or nny other tood to do vou trood and cost von merchant of Hickmnn, makes a nighcBt Market Trice will be Paid for Href Cattle. Germnn hnnseirivos say that se- tia bug," thankee! .MOTT AYRR3 quesnon oi nnuonai policy, run nothing nt 0. A. iloLCOMBK'tf half pngo auiionncemoiit in this tho geranium rose A. 0 BItOWN. week's issuo which should crowd counter to tho doctrines of the Drug Store. will keep flies an ay. A moiletnto AMtoiuiilIiig;. Motion by Tho. Dillon, jr, that the aired his storo with buyers from Mon organization's determined by geranium nil! provo so dis- T report be amended by adopting the Na sgreeablo to tiles that they will day morning till this great salo competent authority, and endorsTt Is nstonndiug that such ignor ed by the A Terrible DIsafor. source of that authority, closes. This firm have a habit of tional Democratic platform of 1S9J; where- avoid its neighborhood, nnd two nnco should prevail, but In this may ovnngolizo nud assert tlioso is OLD carrying out advertised upon Mr. J. V. Cowglll moved that the or threo in the room will banish Ono of tho most torriflcaud ap- pledges, and tho their State there are men who actually opinions ns individuals. Hut, ptiblio will hnvo amendment be laid upon the table, and them altogether. bolievo free and unlimited coinage while so engaged, they can scarce- palling boiler explosions that ever tho opportunity of their lives to on the rote being called the motion pre Kssis a b'plendld Sleek of the scry Lsil makes Thero appeared in Charleston of silver means that the Govern- ly claim the right to sit among occurred in this section of tho seenro goods at manufacturers vaile.'. or all kind ol a fow days ngo two men, ono nn ment will buy up nil tho silver tho elders, to whom is intrusted country occurred nt tho water and prices, ftuohunnn has given tho A motion was Ihen mads to reconsider officer of tho law In an Iown counbullion ofl'cied, coin it into money tho responsibility of maintaining HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, &., renders of this pnper a good many the to They secured a livery rig and distribute it free among tho tuo true ralth sonuro from tho en electric light plant in Union City, rnro bargains since ho establish- and motion votetable Dillon's araenlmrnt, ty. being taken the motion en the wblcb ar offend at ON.". aad that tbt and driver, tho latter instructed people, $50 per rnpltn meaning croachments of falso doctrine nnd Tonn nl o'clock Monday. ed his storo In Hickman, but this to tnko them to n point on tho that $50 will bo given each man, diMigirousexperimoni8. Freedom It is now thought that two men salo will discount anything of the prevailel by a rote of 12 to Mr. Warren, a member of the Committee verr lowest Ibe marktl juslfles. woman and child in tho country. of thought nnd exnrcssion 1h n worn 1:111ml. A dlsivitoli fmm nnture they huvn yet offered. river six miles below New Mndild. en Heioluiionx, then ouered a minority Arrived thero the officer proTho only peoplo who will get their iiiininiiienini principle ot Democ All golds i unrnntted to k as rsprrssntsd They wnnt money immediate, rcrort to the effect that this convention that city says: money freo nro the Westorn racy; but it is nlso a principlo duced the of So far as can bo learned Mr. nud havo tnketi this method tn adopt the National Democratlo platform grounds a chart or plat ofdays miners who take fifty cents worth wetnocrney mat all ebons must thcrcabonts. Two rniso it. This is ono Instance of 1SW, eto. Report rejected by a rote of wcro spout thoro iu digging nud of silver to tho mint and have bo directed to securing the great- Carman, enginoor nt tho city iv hero the poople with n few do, and electric light plant, lars ready cash can use It to ev 12 to delving; then they gave up in disit coined into one dollar. The est good to tho largest number, poor farmers and day laborers which can bo nrooinplishod only wns alone In the boiler-rooMotion mads lhat tho dolegtte to the appointment, and returned home. nt cedent ndvnutnge. Somo of the & will find money just as hard to get b. organization nnd His figures quoted are calculated to State convention role as a unit on all It dovolops that tho chat t tho unity of pur- the time of tho oxploBiou. and if they should bo fortunate pose and notion. Hence, individ- body was picked up litorally torn startle ono who docs not under- queslhns coming before the bidy. Car- Iowa man had came from tho hands of a enough to get hold of a few M- ual opinion must yield to collect-iv- to pieces. Tho building, which stand their mysterious ways of do- ried. conict sorving n Krpressnts Ihs following (tiding for having six years ago ixer dollars they will find them There being no further bmlness, Con- judgment of tho lesser to tho wns a snhstnntial brick, is wholly ing business, but the ones with demolished, tho largo seven-foo- t turned into fifty cent pieces when greater nuthority. robbed a jewelry store of 7,000 Fire Insurance Companies APJOINIKO courtiKit OFFICC, coin gets tho bargains, raro ones, rsotlou adjourned. worth of Jowelry. Tho convict the payment of dolus begin. If tho iniliidunl cannot find it boilers nro torn nnd twisted into just tho same. Tho readers JAB. C. WEAHN.Seo'r. Aetna, of Hartford, says that after tho robbery ho and Oiuthlnuii Democrat. iu his conscience to remnin with shreds. Ono man is missing from will benr iu mind this salo lasts I'bocnix, of Ihitforl, : KENTUCKY. tho plant, nnd it is possiblo ho only 12 days, so cotno in time. njwomnn enmo down tho river In HICKMAN, Sprlntflshl, of Mass., tho organization, it is his privilege n boat. Uolow Now Madrid, as Hartford Fire, of IfarlforJ, A tri.mko blow has been given to dopnrt. If a Stato organization wns buried boncnth tho ruins. CONVENTION NOTE3. rennsylvania Fire, of I'hlladrlrhla, itidicatod on tho chart, tho trend-tirA. S. ROSEDALE, monopoly by the decision of the cannot, in its judgment, consis- Tho wator nnd lights of tho city Conllnenlal, of New York, will bo cut off, Wages vn. nicliliiley. wns buried. Tho officers still 11 to 12. Kentucky Court of Appeals tiiat tently remain with tho Nationnl is imminent. and a water famine North America, of I'blla., boliovc tho convict's story, lint ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHER, Fireman's Fund, of Sua fransWo, Ilurrsh for Dick Tlcr! the section of the new constitution organization, it Is the privilego of Tho New York Herald has this Dil you titar njtlilng JrapT likely that tho woman think it Manclipntrr, of Kngland, prohibiting the purchase of paral- tuo ainto oouy to secede. In CLAIlK'8 OI.I) 8TA.NU, saw him burying tho Jewelry, alMeebanlrs and Trader, of N 0. to say of tbo uuward movement of Evrjl)iln,; w cut soil drleJ. They Vofo Ntrnichf. lel lines of railrouil must bo en such a stato of case, what is tho They are famous for fair Jiinc and though tho convict did not Intend relation of tho individual nud of wages: It tn Ijjht hare btsn a grett deal worse. Hloxituolsy prompt and liberal settlement of losses. forced. It is refreshing to read of thnt sho should, and afterwards Tho following perttnont reranrk tho Stnto to the National organ"The month of May Is just over, It wis a bitter pill, but ho bad to swal- returned for it. Charleston Mo., a court that sides with tho people ization, presently existing T Will Insuro Year Proporty at Lowwt Who from tho Louisville Times la both and deals out real law ns justice. art) entitled to sit with the elders 1 truo and timely: "Kentucky Dem- and tho story of tho industrial low It. Democrat. Uatec Consbtont with Socarity. is a story of accelerated advances, OU Picture Copied and Rnlsrged to en. We met tbem, anJ we, were tbtlrt bjr St. Louis Post Dispatch. All this, howoyor, Is only coglta ocrats gnvo Kentucky negroes now mills opened, old blze Desired. majority. AicrcrntiljYou can also secure nt this Agency Mft AoconDiNO to the Wall Street tivo or reininescont so to speak nn equal standing with themselves and greator demands for labor The ouljr thing nt got was the OUT DOOR VIUW3. i'olloy in Ibe best company "I had a tsry sesere col on ror lunsra Hows there aro twonty well built -t- ho sober second thought of the iu the courts, and to tho colored and material on every elde.'Tbo ' in the wortJ, Thanks. that eviseJ much soreness and cats me Don't giro your Old Pictures lo Travellnj towns in KntiBR without n slncle Democrats of Kentucky has al- children the samo por capita of truth of tho matter is, the list of i THE MUTUAL LIFE, of New Yotlc. In inhabitant to waken tho echoes of ready nBserted itself, nnd we havo tho school fund thai falls to the wnge advances is goiung 100 long Ibe0ii. Illll Bhuek.of JorJan, aommaoJeJ eouiiiUtuMy unsnalnaa Hmllh, or to l, uhb me 'jen.j'c nay one them. ; a trial B. II. KLU80W, Ag'l, IllsHmao, free silver force. Mr. T. I.. result." nilltrca, their deserted streets. It is said not a doubt as to the verdict of white children. Kentucky Itepub cor publication in an ordinary tiailsfactlon guaranteed It's all over now, boji; jou'8 ilons Ma. "A local dniKslit called my nutripeoplo next November.'ond thnt Means never hnvo given nnd novor nowspauer. Advnncos liavotieon 7.C01 that Saratoga, ono of these deserttion to Chamberlain' C'oiuh Itsmedr. an ou bis recommtndallou I case tbe rsme-led villages, has "a jJoO.OOO opera-hous- servants elected by tho l)oino- - will give their colored contingent rcponcii sinco April 1st lu tnoro jour do. Ixl's shako. ! Open R::ij or of 05,000 negro votors anything, It Is a pretljr good sound money resolu- acarerul trial. Tbe result stirpriwd me; a largo brick hotel, a $20.- emtio parly will contlnuo to adthan L'OO different mills, factories I re co f ere entlreli In three duje." i5 000 school-houBand a number of minister tho Stnto government, us yot that negro dclegato to tho and minoH. More thnn 150,000 tion after all, tbank ye. convention spoke laboters nro gotting bettor pay Fulton, LoUton ami Cayee against and fiOeent battles for sale bj T. T. Hway t A NKW ANI) tine business houses with nobody heretofore, in the best interest Republican urugglat. Attoraey-at-Lav- r to claim oven a place to sloop." ot the Commonwealth. Frankfort only truth when ho said 'on the than they wcro gotting tn o months Hieknan, Sussfras llldge and Madrid FEED AND SALE LIVERY, ilny of tho election you will find ago. Ilend. aw ot tins caino about by boom Capital. SotiTiiKR.vTttADn for June gives the black Kopublicans from every anything else tbose free a Office lug on borrowed capital without over IfleVman Dink. "All this occurred under a tiriff Iflherowas list of two hundred new industrial countv, city, town, dulo nnd hill- inn Hint wns Will give nltentlon lo btulnci IntrustSpecial to the Trade. rcsonrcos enough to pay the in sllser fellows wanted and didn't got, It cntcrpi-ibcAi "A sAsss gnnrnnteed by, R9n m top marching to tho polls with tho in the hotith. It in ed to bins In any of tbo State Courts. terest. Peoplo moved nfrny from to ruin American iiidns-trie- s was beoatuo they were loo modest to ask cludes 29 cotton mills nt as many ono idea nud tho ono purpose, Cllnlon Si., nenr Wsgon Factory,) All Leather has ndvancod in tlieso towns us a now way to pay and to pauperize American for It. l'Jtoll. Seo? dilTctont jminb; also 13 oil mills, old debts. prico from 25 tn CO por cent, there- nnd that tho dofent of tho Demo- labor. Somehow notual condiburlng the time the Committee on Iteso will be liighor price. cratic party." tions do not adjust themselves to lulloni were out, Judge U. It. Walker and nine electric light plants, 17 saw DR. S. K. DAVIDSON Tiikre is a great deal of un- fore Shoes very largo I havo a I will run, In oonnection with this tho MoKinley theory. His bill, Dr. Jo. Luten addrersed the convention, and planing mills and 22 mines and assortment necessary beat in tho discussion niEi: Nii.vint di:ki.m:i. Horses aod Mules for sale, IlnKcyt which wns to givo einployniont urging harmony In the ranks, and assur- quarries. 1 ho crop nnd (ratio reof tho financial question. lie- of Mens, Ladies nnd Childrens KENTUCKY and Carts, Murreys, Phaetons, llond Wag. to millions of laborers at increas- ing us of a great vlolory In November, ports from tho diilerent states arc HICKMAN, Shoes nud Slipiicrs, ami iu order cause a man is opposed to the Down In Trigg county Inst week ons and .Spriiii; Wagons, rstnember what nearly all favorable. freo and unlimited coinogo of sil- to reduce tho stock will sell nt a n f.trmors club hnd n dob.ito on ed wnges, had u very opposite lf Ofllco ovor Cowiiill & CowclU'a I sell you will be the same lhat I use In my stable. If yon wsnl anything ver ho is called a gold bug and nn reduction instead of an ndranco, tho question "What is Freo Sil- effect, nnd now, ns if to mock him Froo Piila. In this line coroo and (tu rot ano Drue 8toro, will enemy to silver, whereas till sound I want to make room for the fall ver !" and ono of tho monibors and to show Hint his thoory Buchlin'n Arnica Salvo. treat you right, money men want as much silver stock. Now tiy my prico nud wnbblod mighty close to the bull's doesn't work either way, rodueed your addrosH to II. E. The Dost Stive fn tbo world for CuIh. Bond duties nro doing exactly what he us can be kept at a (unity with goods to satisfy yourselves. eyo whon ho replied: "Freo Jhieklon & Co., Chicago, and get bruises. Sores, Ulcer, Hill Ilheutn. Teser Olil-l- t II. 0. AMHCHfJ. gold. On the other hand, tho fioc Mr, President, is ono or them said iucreasotl duties would do. Chapped Ifind, a free aauTplo box of Dr. King's Sores, Tetter,all Hkln Dritptlons,Chilblains, Corns, and mid pos. ATTORNEY-AT-LAsilver innu may honestly beliovo things that you hear tell of so Lifo Pills. A trial will enres I'lles, pay In ono of tho mountain counties Now you of tholr inorits. Those ittselyguaranteed to or noperlcct required Kkoakdino the much voxed durn frequent and hoc so durn that tho power of the government lf.-igltn Ills KUNTUOKY Is nhlo to maintain this parity financial question, tho Democrats llttlo of." only one man took a now..uper, pills nro easy in notion nnd nro non or money rotunieii. 1'rico 'lb per IIlOKMAN, M. .WITTING, even witlt nn unlimited coinage of of Hell county, at a recont con- ancl lite citiens for homo distance particularly effective in tlio euro box. u. A. iiolcomdk. or sue by silver. Whilo wo regard this ns ''Hoys," said a teacher in a around would gather to hear it DMAI.KR IN VINO resumed the of Constipation and Sick Head a fatal mistake, still we accord vcutlon, adopted tho following Sunday hchool, "can any of you when it came. One lintcncr, read ache For Malaria and Liver HAwill giro his prompt practice of taw, STAPLE AND and undivided ono honestly of purposo to thoso who humerous resolution: Illinois Central FANCY GROCERIES, ft. auoutloo to business entrusted to his c ire. qttoto a verso from Scripture to time, asked what tho democrats troubles they havo boon proven 'Ilosot red, That It Is the sense of tie differ from us. All of us want Offers its patron for the for a man to havo wcro doing in congress. "Oh," ro Invaluable. Tlioy are gtinrnntood Dell TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. good money nud n Hiifilcleney of it. nnd county Democrat In that our Senators prove it is wiong B. to bo porfootly froo from ovory Congress proourv (lepreseulatles Kono wants a cheap mid debused the piussfiO of a law compiling tho fed two wives?" Ho inusctl, and after wed tuo reader, 'they've pisteu n dclotorious substance and to bo - Ii? M T Stool la always Fresh and Coraplelf, currency. Lot's chow tho fallacy eral government to open o silver mine iu a moment or two a bright boy rais- aw addin two months to tho year, "Well Thomas," nn' the wust part of it is, thcy'vo purely vogotnblo, They do not Low Kates of Faro between all stations Office over Hickman Hank. ed hU hand. and I Invite Die p nbilo to oomc of our erring brothel's position, every county of the IMo of Kentucky, by tholr notion, but by an its line south of Cairo. Tickets on weakon and hoc me. but without n'juae nbiiso nud with not more than two miles from the county said tho teacher encouragingly. nutlo both of em winter months.' giving tono to stomach and IIlOKMAN, KY. l sale July Ord and fit h, good lo return nn. Cash paid for Country I'roduoe. only n desiro to redeem him from seat and Jian Ijr to wool and water. Inn And Thomas stood up anil said: "Ulust their fool Minis," s.iid tho greatly Invlgornto tho systom. Ill July Clb, Inelusifo. For fipeclllo Hates. beonopenel they ader the error of his way Winchostor shall said mlas huvc unlimited dlzirlne "No man can servo two maistcia." listener, "an' we're nearly out of Regular slzo yso. per box. aoid Ticket, elc , call on your local I, 0, II, It. Will attend promptly to all biulnen In. WilllnK'j old il'iml, Cllnlon Slrtel, Ik free for the nonet agem. icuiociui. fodder." Ex Tlio questions ended rigjit there nho cn nleld n mullock." of HICKMAN, KY. noUI-'&trusted to UUoare. ruggiui. by U. ii. X1ULUU.UUK com-mittetwo-week- cold-bne- s i tonne Convention and work for tlie Mr. W, ,T. Davidson nnd wife, ol Hon. K. V. Tjlrr, an I that eald or Dyer, Tonn., lslted Dr. S. K. dcleck'ri lc aelfded br the chairmen of Davidson's family Sunday ami the varlona precinct conventions. Monday. Till! U AND N. HXOt'KKI) Off. lubblcfield, of Fullon, oQ'ered an Mr Loallo and Ilnrold Fortnnr, nnnudir.onl to Ihl motion, tint IlieChatr-maTho court of appeals rendered of On Saturday ivoning nt 2 to the Male sotiH of Mr. T. 1. Fortune elx delegate aprolnt decision lust o'clock a number of Dotnocrats Convent! n. Amendment adopted bjr a Memphis, Tenn., nro visiting relits long looked-fo- r atives in this city. wook in tho caso of tho common- residing in precinct No. 5 (I'ast vote of 12 to U. Mrs. Alico Ambergnnd Mies railwealth agniust the L. & N. Hickman) assembled at City Hull, Mr. A. I I5rown, of Cajce, moved that Paulino Prather attended a meet-luTho commonwcnlth wins iu in pursuance of n call of tbo Clialrmaa appoint 0 delegates and 17 road. of tho Womnn's Missionary to ho St ate Convention. tho uppor courts just ns it did iu Democratic Stato Central Society nt Trenton litis work. Mr. Warren offered an amendment to tho court below, tho opinion of to select delegntes to the Miss Mary Ilorkhnin, of Union the Judge Lowis, with n full bench as County Convention which mot at the above motion to the effect that the City, returned homo yesterday deteg ales and alternate be itlectol br every material senting, ntilrmiiig s visit to her lifter a chairmen of the jrccloct meeting!. On point claimed by tbo common- court honso on Monday 17th. Uoudttrnnt, called to the vol being taken, the amendment wri aunt, Mrs. J. J. C. Mr. Chits. Baltzcr was wealth and forbidding tho con, Mil Slmw nnd Oeorgo solidation of tho L. and 1. and the chnir and Jns. C. Wcarn elect- defeated. who have been nl tending The Chairman Ihen appointed the fol 0. O. and S. W. lines. ed Secretary. Hall, nenr Louislowing as delegntes and alternate! to the school nt Trinity Tho decision comes along just Mr. TIiob. Dillon, sr., moved Slate Convention: ville, returned homo Monday. nt tho closo ofn long line of others bnek lo you Young, on Comes to be selected SJ.VI1 SXVII SJ.VH S.LVI1 S.I.VI1 S.LVI1 SXVI1 S.LV'I cinnati. block l'cas, -- Buggy Harness, Saddlery, &c, &c. Hrf l'recliit't Mrclliig. n Altx&dL 3MCoDa,il Imra&ce Co., g Every Dollars The Mutual Lifo Fitz-hngh- !. nuti-silve- 111 Gov-cruo- r, Illlil. t. M. B. Shaw, S Staple ani Fancy feecsries, DBLrVBE,ED K,BE . lyws i')i,w"f'i.i'jri, V 1 i. " gnarnn-currenc- y d B. BUES'VeSiI? I'T-tC- HSLiXABLZI" - :20 11- - 11- LANG KIDDLE, r sen-tonc- o e e.TAILOHS,fk E. B. Ellison, o f -- f Siolsman, i mills-onlnrg-o- I - Scere-larjshl- I -- r(rj I - I 1 e, r - I R. T. TYLER, d Mm M FIRST-0LAS- 8 y s JP nrf Hickman. Ky. - I3eX2.tistB sla-hi- e, my-se- 1 sll-ve- r, O. L. HANDLE con-viuc- o i. I'ltmi:. Tlie Cask Grocer J. j. ft. 4th JULY Attorney at T. DAVIS, w, bow-olf- ovcry-ma- n . , tfK&WiiW&'i'lHr .&&ttiM.-- u ..,...... ...,-...-..- .. ., . ..... .. Jtamtu.a r.t . .(,..l,J.T.li,Jl, 'qqjtiwitgg V : - jarwnwi GrnrvaanrswrwmTpatsvrrmirmy LOCAL NEWS. nl'oitl nro Our dinners thro ugli cutting wheat, The hum of the threshor will noon bu heard In the land. "Wliont Is turning out much bettor lliiin wns expected. Btoro io jr(lo FINIS Swaynh's tor TOILET BOAR. 1 uu i7t;"art::l:alM3" S STORE OPEN EVEny NIGHT ' UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK. Coats Tiixeaci 4c pec Spool, fitMrtfiPfnwr VHUysrM y&KMWI'C&V&irn&WTFV'yCT'MXJBFJK6J'Tf'lJWVlZ!irfFJ'. STORE OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 0 O'CLOCK. Drnp Gu 1 el i mmimtN Tmrmiir iwiwi nwi -- eggS' A NEAT SUIT OJF CLOTHES for S4.00. What kind of n hug nro yon nnylinw: gold or (diver! TIio world In Just nR yon tnko It; hut It's ii inlplit.v hie world when you try to tnko It nil There nro no signs of n Juno rise In the river this yenr, nud our bottom fanners nro happy. r 3 Loaves nfRroad for 10c. Crcuin Bread 12 for 15 cents, at Wm. P. Gi:YKR. Rev. W. ChrlHtlnii churoli huptixed II vo con verlfi in tho liver last Sunday II. Llgon, of tho evening, Humor linn It that II. A. In to bo married noon to 1). 0. and J. II. Ih tho author of tho rumor. To rend thin correctly ilio printer marks It tr. Whent Ih nt least 50 per cent It, tiluhcrtliuii iij wirn at Una. time v v..v t iiimiui "in' "ic7 i grrou crop or umi corral hub yonr will tnnko money out of It. Mr. Dan French, of Onktnn, was In th (i city Inst Saturday, nnd paid tho Courier nMco n plenaent call. IIo Is one of IhoprooporouH furmors of Hickman county. A charming young widow of Illokinan is nfTerlnir 50 cents n day for soum one to fan hor employment until Oct lnt, when she Iiiib nnotlier oiignEQiucnt. Only u (dowers need apply. Soma Excellent Values and a in Suits at 85.00, Magnificent Lino of Styles in Cassimere and Worsted Suits at 810.00. These Suits are 20 to 25 per cent. cheaper than last season. Childrens' Knee Suits at 75c and upward. Our Stock of ij Fa Emm I K? mess o 1 1 I AMnev-' Zdkrw& S31jLta.il Start R TST&sct Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Shoes mmmm Which '.will sink into insignificance any offer ever made under God's shining sun! Cn iiscs which wo cannot control force us to make this appalling sacrifice. What they arc is of no consequence to you. That you can buy aim WeekA. o ygvM ale! r ls'erfComplcteT,,-,,- ,' We' Tn vile Tour Inspection f T-'fl- Sf! Clothing, Ho.ls ami i'f wtishi& eGoo&v WmWWJ n FOR THE NEXT TWELVE DAYS,- - Soittfi, Ellison VWfJllXXZ. & Co. ESJSvEEa Wiirui wenthor is at hand, and, tho long burning summer days are with us. Discnso will bo nwooping down upon us If the town, tho streets, tho sowers, tho alleys, the gutters nud out houses nrc not clcauod and disinfected. Water and limo nro cheap nnd -Ht-Weather should bo uflod ndundantly. Don't neglect this Importuut duty. Something new In advertising Wo Imvc just received n new lino of methods was discovered byn merchant nt liinninghnm, Ala., n few dnys ago. IIo hired n trolley car, covered It with bunting nud big advertisements of his business, put n flfo and drum corps inside, Which we offer nt a BIG REDUCTION, The very things to nud sent it .bowling over all tho make you cci.i'i.Hiblu through thu hot weather months. FANCY NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, trolley routes In tho city. New effects in shndlngs nnd An idea for tho raising of 3h 5c. 25 figures hunilsninost lino in funds for church purposes which Sheer-Organdi- e, town, 00c to si. 00 7c. soom to contain grent possibilities, Sa.ndhrs & Hick. wns tried at Kuoxville, Tonn , n 27 "Dimities figures, fow days ngo. An admission fee of ton cents wns charged for the 8 10c. Onr penplo should rejoice to privilege of witnessing tho know thnt the prospect of build-dinceremony In church of two 33 10c. tho and residcuts of tho town, Hickman and Tiptonvilln 30 levee Ih .growing brighter every HOT 15c. day. dipt. Jns. Hnrrlfj has sue- - TlttED aoiuloil in . Ratllnit.ulits.lMvAA-.ltlU- . UHUUlltltlHnM .wurf.itaW.ir.'vh. through thoTennessco Legislature I'LAYIM) OUT COOL and Is now n Inw, having been MEAiriiFur. signed by the Governor last wook. KKFRESIIINO lVa MtJ iomtthina o hnvo no doubt thntCapt. HarJNVIOU11ATISG ris will push tho matter along roo wiLt rmo it at oun Kenwithout delay, nnd if our ! tucky land owners will SODiL FOUKTTASN. with him us they should, the work We not clingy with onr loe, thereof constructing tho leveo will fore ourre cool an 8mU Water U lwar cninineiico this fall. Tho building Ice ckii mVe it. We use tbe best imliiral of this leveo will bo worth many fruit juices, C0Qrii'titt7 our Jriuks me dollars to tho town of Hickman; ilellclou. thoroforo tho desiro to see it built ysKigwa 4 BIG DRIVES ! -- Fabrics! Wash Dross Goods Messrs. Thou. Roper nud Leo Bradley, two popular nud young men of thin county, havn opened it stock of Gents Furnishing Goods nt Cnyco, in tho room ntljoiuing Jno. W. May Hold's store, nnd aro now ready for litialiiFHS. You con ml everything you want In their line, and at prices that defy competition. Their stock Ib new nud fresh, nnd they cordially invito their friends to call and soo them. Watch for their "ad." in the UcuRiKit. They nro live young men nnd know tho value of printer's Ink. well-know- n At LESS THAN COST to manufacture, is the POINT that should electrify the pur- chasing clement wherever this startling offer is known. We are forced to raise a certain amount of money, and must do it regardless of actual cost, real value For twelve days we will banish all idea of profit, and or positive loss. with a zeal begotten only of frenzied desperation pound merchandise down to prices that daze all dealers and delight every buyer in Hickman, 11 It "I O'loek ffext Ioi?day Ion?ii$ and inch Cliailics and Lawns, 27 inch Green and Corn inch colored and inch Jackonctt, inch Manchester Plisse, the newest goods of the season, And invite every man in tho county to take pick and choice of our entire stock of CLOTHING at the following insignificant prices : mar-ring- o g mnch-deslrc- d long-tnlked-- well-know- n Regular 6, 7 and 8 Dollar Suits go for $5.0. ' Regular 0, 1 and 12 Dollar Suits go for $7.70. 18aiiA.afl)JDLollaK-Suits,go,at.S15ARegular 1 a, 0, REMNANT WASH GOODS CHEAT STJIT SALS, HTDESlCTff? "WBiS3EJEC- - CSi23AT STJIT Wc liavo plenty of new Wheat crops for July delivery nt from Ilagq on hand, nud will furuihh 70 to 75 els per bushel. you any nuautity desired. Smith, Km.ihon & Co. Mm. Ariics Itinfnrd, wife of I.uclon Itinfnrd, living four inllos went of Fulton, died at her homo Wo direct attention to tho jrsterdny morning nt 5 o'clock.- - ndvertisement of Mr. John W. Fulton Guard, lith Inst. Maytleld, Cayco, Ivy., in this Issue. ft3Somo fow Ilninmooks loft, Wrlf yon want n nice, gentle, ladies' horse, n nice, clean Unggy, which wo will close out very style, go cheap. Wii.bon's HookStouk. everything in to , P, Prion's livery otablo nud On Saturdny last n man by get It. from the otuie of 0crrapjrer, hMHn Hutu, Mo., rotf(el hU ii.ino lo a A Maryland jury has decided Three for JM.tKI nu.l In.luccJ timllli, Elll- check woman Ih locally en non A Co. to cih ll, rl.ilinlnK Hml he was that a titled to break off her cngngment the inaa Id whom Ibo atierk was noile with a man who cIiowh coffeo tn parable. Hliortljr nherwarJn It w ili lildo tho scout of liquor on his corertJ to te s forgery nil he w.m (nllow. til lo Cslro, llli., tiy Mr Jeriy Malnne, breath. ind Rrrrilt-l- , bron lit bck, taj it non Ono wholesale shoo Iioubo In lngilhlng in Ihe oounly Jail. St. Lnuln sold $123,000 more goods Tho mooting at tho Christian the past month than they sold tio church is still In progress, nnd tho corresponding mouth Inst year. Interest unabated, Tho peoplo This Is another proof of tho reviv- uro delight oil with Hitler ShefTer's al of trade. sermons, nud tho sinking of Prof. Daugherty nud wife In of the Mayflold Mirror says Hint highest order, nud lias proven nn Tho it wont ho long lieforo Mnyllold attractive feat nro of tho mooting. nud Hickman will bo connected Several nddldons hnvo boon miulo (Mr,topliono, niut tliut tho work to tho churoli this wook. of connecting Hickman nud FulMAKKIKD-- In this city, on ton will begin soon. tho lOt It Inst., ut tho rosideuco of A young man by tho namo of Mr. O. Ilnnslckor, by Judgo J. Ilrowder, living near (Joyce, wns Nnylor, Mr. J. A. Olark, of Graves arrested Monday evening by Mar- Couuty, Ky., to Mihh Halllo Pourtds, shal Wicker for carrying a pistol. of this city. TIio bride Is u worHo wns tried Tuesday before thy young lady, reared by tho Into Police .luil go ICingimin nnd fined Mrs. Jack Monoham, nnd Is well $25,00 and ton (toys iu jail. and favorably known to mnny of Immediately after our citizens. SaT When you coino to Hickman tho coromony they loft for Wingo tn court, don't full to look for J. fut homo, accompanied I). Price's now llver.y, feed nud their fow urotheir friends. of by a salo stable. Plenty of good wntcr nud feed. Everything is first class. Come and seo. Get ono hoforo they nro gonol Tho wntor works tnnnol Is nil justed rapidly ncurlng oouipletlou, and A genuino next week will probably seo it gold 6crews, point regulator Watch completed ready for putting down wholesale price 27.00. Will soil tho plpo. Wo feel mifo in pre- at 15.00. The world beater. dicting that within tho noxt two UllCK Iluos. wcoka wo will have plenty of water. Tho marriago of Prof. (. T. On noxt Wodiiosduy, 2Gth Halliburton, principal of tho liick-maInst., there will bo n Sunday Oolorod school, to Miss Kutu school mooting at Troy, Toun., iu lirowu, wns soiomnized nt tho tho interest of ilio schools Oolorod Methodist Church, by tho within tho Hickman sta- pastor, Kov. Hritt, ou Tuesday tion nnd Hickman nnd Troy nlcht, In tho presoiioo of n largo of tho Mothodlst churoli. number of nooplo, both white nud Ilov. W. 0. Waters will preach a colorod. They woro tho roolplents crmon on "Parentnl Training" nt of many handaomo prcsoutw, u list tho Mothodlst churoli in Troy on of which wns furnished us, but Tuesday night. Uflth. Judgo 0. too Into for publication. The L. Handle nud Prof. Qhook, of this bridal party loft Wodnusday for city, nro on the programme Uiplcy, Tonn, first-clas- s Tho Calloway Times snyB that fnrmerH in nomo of tho adjoining counties hnvo sold their wheat y W svt :E3CLlir JF:rio Vffa s rss HWv VI, JL-ir&-.ivj, f. . lit iwjR.Kiaar mwwm SALE, CB3AT SUIT SAM, 'wkkxc. 3r 3E2 zmz ac ivdejb Wheat Bags! r T3 SIIOKS SIIOKS SIIOKS SHOES 8nOKS SHOES SHOES w tn WE SAID IT! Small dealers may copy our ways of doing business, as they do daily; but none of them can copy our misfortunes, nor the prices that result from them. FOROUD TO SELL SALE OF FORCED TO SELL SALE OF FORCED TO SELL SALE OF o tn tn w 3 llis WE STICK TO IT! a o K cn FURNISHINGS. SHOES. SHOES. Ladles fiuo Kid Shoes, good GROGBRIIK SO o a tn tn w Of the Shoes sold in Hickman are bought at tho CASH SHOE STO It E. "mv 3SIC TfcT I 1 a a o 02 D&Y GOODS DRY GOODS. lh M -- Grmhlsd Sugar 11 09 1 o it ihM we arc o lianilnome? il that we ar cleverer or honcster than our Dry Goods competitors ? Is It that the people merely want to do something for u ? H Ii tn tn w o m tn a o c wc soli good reliaMe Shoes low for Cash. V aetTj-- have all we advertise. Wo show Shoe In greater variety (better values too) than ever to le had in Hickman before. Wc tiftcr let a reasonable complaint go unalificd. Our guarantee i0i'liWy trill be maJe yoiW if wc are given a ftiir thanet iiy complainant. Our Shoes that rip we ew free, licit Itf pairing Machine in SHOE SHOP Ladict kindly insjcct our handsome line of Illack and Col'd It i lecaue NEITPIER. a a en o en OQ a o a ai i upair. tn O w CQ tn w o tn a o H a tn tn tn w ISo Common Sonne nud Putont Tijis. 08o Strictly Solid nnd Gnnranteod to givo satisfaction 0. S. nud Tipped. $1.25 Extra Softnnd FloxlbloO. S.aml Patont tn Tipped. l.."0 lino of Oxfords that wo Gnnrnntoo to wear with any 82.00 goods. 1.75 Fancy nnd Plain oqual In stylo and wear to $2.25 goods olsowhoro. $2.00 to $3.00 Finest Low Out aUoos "ovor shown in tho city, o a m I3L SASTDEEtS cS; HIOB. scions Baoiis s:iohs spoils saoris saoiiR saoiis Uob UNDERWEAR. Men's Knit Suits, 81.! vnluo, $1.00 regular made Ladles fino Kid pntout tip, Fancy Suits, French Ralbrig- 1.50 very dressy, 1.50 gnn Rost HtcncuQil Drill Drawers 50 Ladies fino hand turned, Fplcudid value, 2.00 49 Rest Nainsook Undershirts .65 Ladles fino Oxford Ties, Men's Good Balurigguu Ladles fino metal bucklo Shirts .So "Trilby," j Ladies fino Viol Kid, vory NEGLIGEE SniRTS. stylish, 1.50 Lndios fino Custom noodle Fine Laundered Steel Silver GO too, French Kid, 1.75 Percales 1 Fino Laundoreil High ColorMons Lnco or Congress, 75 ings Heavy calf and solid ! Fiuo Launderod 2 Collars nnd lenthor, n uico drees 1.00 'i Cuffs Shoo, Fine French Percales very Mens heavy buoklo Plow stjrlish 1.25 1.25 Shoos, Men's Work Shirts good Mens Gcuuinn oil grain, heel CO uunlity 25 to 1.50 or spring hcol, 25 Men's Work Drawers hpnvy Mons fino calf, guarantood, 1.50 Men's Fonqy Striped Cotton- overy , S2 Mons fiuo Cordovan, ., ado PnntH. pair warranted, 2.40 MenV l'ttiw Striped Cotton- ndo Tanta '. 1.05 MotiH ilno patent leather tip, very styllsli, 1.50 Men's Now, Tfork Camlet ' 75 Mens low Oxfords, fine nnd JentiR 1. iu Men's Cclnlold Collars nil comfortable, styles i Mi Mons low Oxfords, solid comLlnon uow stylo Men's 1.40 forts, Collars. 12i Roys fino calf shoes, 1.35 Men's Fino Neokwear, choico 15 Boss finest Cordovan Cnlf, 2.00 Si S h pitb Chrind Sagu 00 ?i& i Coffsj 109 CofiJ ICO 7S Yard Wido Domestic, Good Ginghnms, Beat Ticking, Best Calicoes, All shades of China Silks Fancy Silk, Wash Silk, Parasols, Childrens Parasols, nil Bilk, ontiro Rtock of whiio goods will hnvo to stnnd its eiinro of tho kuifo from 5 to Black Dotted Swiss, 51 in. blenched Table Linen, 51 in. colored Tablo Lincu Suminor Corsets, Ladios Vests Ladies sonmlCES fast black hose regular 25c, Whlto Red Spreads, Ijndies black silk Mitts, Toilet Toweling, per yard, Fast Black Snteon, Just received now lino Crcpo Gronndine, which wo bought to soil nt 15c. Forced to Soil, prlco, Onr 5o Co teli Fruit Huhl Jin, I 15o fie. H::rJs pk gallon Cooking Molassos 30c Good Mixed Candy per lb Choico 100 Greenville Tobacco per plug COo 3 lb Cnn Tomatoes 2 lb can Com 2 lb E. & O. Pino Apples 3 Ih cnn pooled Cal, Peaches 1 lb can Salmon 12o Sardines 20o Soda Crnckors per pound 35o G lbs Keg Soda for 20o 7 Bars Lonox Soap 50o 1 Box, (3 bars highly perlOo fumed Soap 15a 3!Jc 20c Choico N, O. Molasses ta's FnilJushlf Jtrdoi 100 33 20 6 5 7 0 10 11 10 6 G 25 25 10 HARNESS. A Good A Good A Good A Good $2.50 4.40 7.53 Texas Saddlo Sot Buggy Harness 4.50 00 rioavy Bridlo 23 Collar Pad 75o 25o A Good Flat Saddlo Oc A Good Morgan Saddle lOo Hero's Your Chance. d, Ilyril wns nrrcstcd In Missouri nud lodged in Jail at Union City lust wook to answer for murder. IJyrd was suspooted of tho killing of William Wisdom, near Kenton, several months ngo, wns released after a preliminary examination. When court convened ho was indicted nud Deputies Tatum nnd Finch nrrostod It I llo Lem Rudd, n hutcher of Arlington, wns drowned in Fish lnko nhnvo Colmnhus ono day lost wcok. Ho wsb up thoro with n --si- OUR LOSS IS THE PEOPLE'S GAIN party of m ngniu. Attention, TnxlnyrrM. Don't f r(jt to pry your Collofo Iiit rI one, a I mn eamjieltoil to au'tlo with ilia yo Truitoet Iiy July In. Yon cua yountll troublo by aetilln; ImmeJUioly, T. H. JOHNSON, bbcrlff !'. C. otlnifttter, DUck CrreV, N. V,, ran so bally ainioteJ nllh rlieumstlfm tbal ho was only ublo lo liolibU iron ml with canes, ami even then it e.vtseJ lilm great pain. Alter u.liijt Ulinrabtrlsln'ii I'aln Il.iltu ha vim to awar liin in licit improved (hit lio llira-cnon. lln unys llili liniment 1II1I lilm morn nooil th.ui all oiker lueJIclne ami treutiiienl put loeHicr, For sale at CO per battlt uy T, T. Sway.vk, PrUKgid. I- nnd wo understand ho wns nut in a liont which capsized near the shoro nnd his friends thought ho wns only pretouding to drown nnd only tliPir nilstnke when it was too lato to assist him. Clinton Dotuoornt. pleasure-seekers il Tho drouth-atrloko- n portions Such an opportunity to huy the finest goods at a mere nominal price, has never before occurred in this city. Cut right and left, cut up and down, cut prices on the finest as well as on the medium goods. Cut the values in two, is BUCHANAN'S motto during this Cut on Clothing. Cut on Hats, forced-to-scll-salc. ?.. n d CSTMr. - Wllej, o p olr-cult- s r of Nebraska nud Kansas wero visited with copious raltif, Inst wook, for tho first time in two years, during which tiuio tho of the country woro oxhnusled, nnd tho pooplo wero oompollod tosoeknssistnuco from more favored loonlitloa. Tiio nppenls for aid always received a genorous rospnnso, and now that conditions promise nn t yield of eropa tho rost of the country will rojolco to learn that the ond of tho period of want and dlstrose hi tlio West Is nt haci prno-tlcall- v uliun-dan- 03 Spare nothing; don't think of cost; let everything go, is n. BUCHANAN'S orders now. 85,000 worth of Goods must be turned into Cash within the next Twelve Bays ! --4- Cut on Furnishings. 3 tStsE B&ssy zy gg delink siaasia ssia n S?r.j fit A Wr pssa K2a j vU 3 A L ,. . M- - " -s- . ' v in ...... ;n .riwwiVrtto . i, ;,Pilf:TO ...'. i "- - W.,,- - v:- -;- . f II i i .M,MMMt'mr'tMfttJJXAlttU ssa REQARDINQ of lh If You are Tired All the time, without ejvcclul exertion, ni Itrod la Ilia morning ns when you retire nt night, you may depend upon It, jour blood Is Impure and is lacking In vitality. That Is why It doss Dot supply strongth to nerves and muscle. You need Hood's Sarsaparilla you strength and vitality because It will tnsko pure blood. Oct llood's. To purify and enrich your blood. A few bottles of this groat medicine Will glvo Hnnl'e kiiis noou s DJIIc curs habitual conitlpa- t0n. i,ice i ctuts. n Tat TMM tection nuil poverty. Hut when they come down to nctlon will they dure do this'. They must be able to convince voters that there are Industries that need moro protection than they nrc fretting' or their legislation Increasing protective duties will Ik) condemned at the polls next year. Tu what Industries will they extend their legislative, favors? Take tho Iron and steel Industry. The "captatus" of this industry pre the men who arc voluntarily taking FnBIllS necessary the lead In voluntary increase of wnges. The other day the Cametrle W GB III POOD to riisTHtMCt Steel company added ten per cent, to the wages of about twenty thousand men. The same day the Cambria l Iron coinpnmy made a like advance, to M I tnko effect Jumi II', thus nililliip ttren- OB OLB AND YOUN. If Si ty thousand dollars n month to the M SaTLL AIL ROOR I pav roll. These advances are made al- I though the nvcrago of prices of manu per factured Iron Is nearly forty-oncent, below what It was In October, lSyo. What excuse, then, n republican house ml for putting higher protective duties on iron and steel'.' The.v venture VACATION TOURS will hardlythe proof to advance ratjs In view of that the Iron nnd 0pcUl Cr Parties, Personally Conduct steel Industries tlo not need legislative help. COLORADO Will they give more protection to I'lterestlnir question Such of the republican politicians ns have expressed themselves on the subject declare emphatically that they will pass n hlfjhly protective measure, ami say to the administration: "Take As rpdegrafl. of tills or nothing." Iown puts It, they will otter tho administration Its choice tietween pro DILEMMA OF THE REPUBLICANS Hie TarltT a lilfnrult Ralijrct ror tlie Malt fonxraas to llsiirtte. The republican politicians confldent-l- y expect the ndmtnlstrntlon to nsk the congress which was elected last to provide moro revenue. They have nn nverwhclnilnjr majority In the house, where, revenue leffislatiou must nriginate. It Is therefore for the republicans to say what sort of legislation, If any, thcro shnll lnj on the subject. If the administration wnnts more revenue undoubtedly It will rfc ommend some way of raising II. Hut what will the house do? That Is tho HARD Col la pan BLOW FOR M'KINLEY. iVI'-gatln- frnWyjr lFriendOats SUMMER vention and render his nomination to the presidency next loan Impossibility. Ni confident wns the McKinley contingent thit It dell.'d l'oraker to bo present nt the co.iwtiti.in and imkj the light for his candidate, l'oraker was there, he mndc the light and his onslaught was simply irresistible. With n complete change fro.u his usual tactics, he did his work silently and left the brass band tactics to tho opposiWhen it came to n trial of tion. strength the McKiuIcyltcs found themselves hopelessly outnumbered ami demoralized. They resorted to every known political device for attracting lecrulU from the Toraker ranks, but were met with iv solid front w'.Uoh ther could not break.' The woiiM-Ik- j president nnd his henchmen were routed horse, foot and dragoons. Though it wns not exptcted that a nomination would be made before Wednesday of (he l.lttln .Nspulr-on'(Irnllst liooin. (Jot. McKinley will display wonderful recuperative powers If he recovers from the stunning blow he received nt the Ohio state republican convention. his factional strength He measured with thnt of the fiery Toraker nad was Ignomlnlously defeated. Tl-- gocrnor hail Whlnd h'm the whole t er of the Kiery slate machine. ndmlulstratU-uflleehnlder washustlliiln thelnter.-s- t of his chief and under his dluvtlou. Sherman was enlisted In the ciuso nnd made chnirmnu of the convention. The controlling power In the stnte central committee wns for McKinley nnd miin- aged tlie entire work of organization. An appeal was made to the pride of If (Sen. Iloshncll, who the state, was the l'oraker candidate, should be nominated It would indicate n fatnl wenkness on the part of the little major in his own stute, divide the Ohio to the ntxt national con- i'r. BUILDING AND SCIENCE HOMES FOR THE PEOPLE. Ursrrlptlnn of n Moil. I On Hollar Cottage. loorvmaiiT, irs.1 Thon.snd- - KARACHI. ROOKY MOUNTAIN BIO HORN. or fr tentious neighbors. There nre more valid reasons for being dissatisfied with tho Interiors; the number of rooms must bo limited, and The great majority must dwell In runall bouses; limited means determines that question. Hut art can glvels'auty nnd unity of design to cottages, nnd nature docs not refuse fo ornament them with vines nnd surround them with flowers nnd foliage. So far ns exterior uppenrantes are, concerned, smnll cottages of good design with well-kep- t surroundings, may be very pleasing Indeed, often vicing in attractiveness with their larger nnd more pre- IK '" i 1 jS "aTlPr"l"afaBrtesJaSI-? W B Or Airchirftn r.XTKUOIt Or tf COTTAaK, d At 0-- e tn 11 To AND TttK YELLOWSTONE PARK FIRST TOUR Ts.alf Dapi f Tart ISO IN To tha Tll..i.a. rark ,la Colorado, M.nh.ll I'au iUpwov Hrrlnn, Halt Laka tltr. Hli data' lour ol Y.Uowitaoa 1'ark. Hatornlna tbrovahtha tllack Hill via lb Ou,tr llattlanaM and Hot Hprlo, Ho. Dak. Leaving Chicago Wednesday, June CO plants are beiug enlarged, csteclatly agencies, report that the maim' arer In this field Is doing well and toe de mand for his products is improving. New cotton mills are going up nnd old the cotton Industry? The commercial Llnroln. Nab. TLronta tha filatk llllla tla Hoi nprlnf.. Daadwoixl ana Onalar Battlefiala Hit ilaia totirot l.llo.tona Park. Itatnraloi la UlnDaapolb aid Laka Mian, tonka. Ta tha T.II...I... Leaving Chicago Wednesday, Aug. 7 r.r k br waref K,aDaaaOlti,l(.aii, SECONDtotTOUR 10,00 .f..t.a IMj.1 S THIRD Cm! SISOOO TOUR raariaaa Dam Leaving Chicago Wednesday, Aug. 14 al. CsIm4s br war of Ikjut.r, Manlloi. Throats ("Ika'a T..k. Oolor a lo rlprlnf., Itoial Oorir. Mar.bali Mann rsaa Around ins cirri iraj atara rids. Uoo. lluraaco, (Ilanwoo.1 Rnrlsga and uraarina. tranaporUtlon, aletlni(-c- r fare, tceala and lo.Ulua', earrUca and alda trla arorrlhlna aar tlie Incidental east of tlrketa for thoaa Toura Include railroad r VCST rV)onlt roar llrkat atant In rrsard lo tbaas partlaa, or aand for a dpacrlpttr patoblcl to T. a. CRinv, Saaaavr Sarllartaa Ral Taarm, III Dark lrl, I kuafa, IIL ouhwivhi" IN ALL nr.t DM SCSPfCrS rAKTicuum. WILL LOCK IT IS OK tLOOK FOR THIS BEST SCHOOL SHOE dt. l ' 1.50 :r N Aschoolv? Slo Slo W- 7'-S- mn I.25 ".. 13'- .4 & - 2.00 SI. 75 - m 11 lo 1 lo IF YOU OANT QET THtM FROM YOUR DEALER WRITE TO HAMILTON-BROW- SHOE GO,, J3T. IjOTJIS. The Orcatcst AUdical Discovery of the Age. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY, DONALD KENNEDY, Has disrovcrcd pasture we eds a rrmeJy Hut cures every kind of Humor, from the worst Saolula down to a common Pimple. He lias tried it In over eleven hundred cae,and never failed e.xcertln twoues (both tliundrr liiimor.) He lias now in Ins possesion over two hundred certificates of its vjlue, all within twenty mile of Boston. Send postal card for book. A benefit Is alwavs experienced from the first bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the lifiht quantity Is taken. When the lungs are affected It causes shooting pains, like needles passing through them; the same with the Liver or Bowels. This Is caused bv the duct stopped, and always disappears In a week after taking It. Read the label. It the stomacii is loin or diiious n win cause squeamish feelings at first. No change of diet r necessary. Eat the best you can get, and enough of it. Dose, one tablespoon fill in water Jl Sold by all Druggists. be-Ie.-ebed-tim- e. cf ROXBURY, MASS,, In one of our common HIGHEST AWARD WORLD'S FAIR. the best PREPARED SOLD EVERYWHERE JOHN CARLO & 50NS, New York. BEST IN THE WOULD. iiiirad l m went.. mvtwawea.i Orv&wt is xwwtv bAvu sm fc (S3HHaW t.vrATfi..,s,J iiv Mura TUP rtSINO SUN STOV U I'OLISH la cakes fol Ktncfal blacklnc ol ttovt. THP SUN PASTO POLISH (or a quick allrt dloatr anioc, im thp w?Sar applied anil Io. labtd wllb a cloth. llroi.. lropa. Canton, Maaa., (J.S. A. iTa. tetiKK,r-:i".n;- : . lro i)liilirillriif 1 A HUMMER- - from 100 to fO ei can t vld In a rvmmunltj o lion rU raiilJI -- large nr nrtvir.i; i iltuiu riuu .TsTwVy SIMPSOH ffyii MOM ikii IfiliLurr tim CO.. Colutv$. 0. J ifrl iri WANTED CANVASSERS A!"IIKCIMILI II' .11.1 I... I4r'l0lll I lXIMr JI.ar.1 llr.i.L In I,,,,.. I 1H Hint' mil til to' ItUSIltHI .III ,.0la lIMMIlr Hi aniltwit er m nu tuu nn .4.1 -III.. Si.aa, tl.tlaa.il, a mis 'l' i- Utery day tlis telegraph bring tidings of the returning wave of prosperity. Husiness and tiiiiineial conditions shoddy. grow steadily letter, and every man of I adSurnirr's ailvl.m to araen bai.t--t).vertise, and I'll dp Hit reaL Chrlallan Ad- These Industries hnve been the prin- sense and of observation knows that it piax or FIRST FLOOR. VOi'Otlt legiscipal beneficiaries of protective is so. One of the latest advices along Thus the hands or clothing washed Kiill of stone or brick and a cement bottom lation. If the republicans think It uru this line is that the Fnr. nsrsa and purity are. Imparted to tbi couiitU'tkiu by Ciena Sulphur safe1 to legislate for their benefit they Itiver mills, which only lately (advanced are costly, and It shouli. lie borne In in soapsuds and nothing else would efllllla llalruud Whlaker Dye.hVj. does not provide liv- fectually be freed from the possibility say nothing about pro- the wages of all its help, has, despite, mind that a may as tection and content themselves with this liberal recognition of its laborers ing rooms. ITnles-- a cellar be well of spreading contagion. Prof. Jolles Nn Htrssi bat Hlkonian ealle.1 Pnny providing any revenue that may 1m nevertheless been able during the pal built It is a positive source of danger to also asserts, as tha result of his InvesA veritabl.1 ,S)'"T cottages It may tigations, that It Is not Indispensable to needed In the easiest nnd best woy three months to pay dividends amount- health. For low-collsll'a Calarrh fnra open to them. They cannot expect ing to f3TJ,3T5. ou u capital of siS.Usd,- - be safely stated as a rule that where kill the mlcroWs nt once in order to aConstllutlei-a- l Cure Price Too, much gain In votes or campaign "fat" OOJ. "Prospects, adds tho impartial the soil has good natural drainage a render them linrmless, but that a subIn return for favors bestowed upon dispatch of the Uu.tcd Press newi small cellar or no cellar is preferable. stance capable of exterminating them Tut rtein.tl stuis shine out as toon ll L large cellar will be In a shorter or longer time commences mining Industries, such ns copper tuln- - service, "ure good for an Increase ol A cheaply-buil- t datk riuuiifli t'url)!e I Ita aetlnrt bv atlrtuattnar tlifflrvlfttl" lir.i..a,i,.l.llwrli UJlli(j,tlanrer ......hi.., crockery and tin plate. A description of the cottage wTiTcfiia anu rapioi causes them to be come in- steadily increas.-- s and that help an.! And yet tho republicans must do employers atlkti nre prospering under Illustrated in this article will be found nocuous. HEALS below. something with the tariff or else ad the demjeratle tariff. llrlnc O.ar Mont lllanr. I Size of structure: Width (over all). very same duv that brou-rh- t The mit that all their outcry against tariff fluppose a Krupp " this in, of the tyr reduction has been mere sound and I news came the Luite 1 Press announce 27 feet; depth, 30 feet. Chicago world's fair, shown Materials for exterior walls: Founda- were setntupthe l"re fury, signifying nothing. They nre in ment that 0,OvJ workingmen in the St. Didlcr, at at a dilemma as to the tariff and the wire and nail mills of Penusylt ju.u tions, stone ot brick; first story, clap- height of about 3,000 feet nlove the tho dilemma grows more embarrassing as and Illinois have reoehed a notice oi u boards; second story, shingles; roof, level, nnd a shot fired at nn angle sea of times gro- better. It tiecomes more lOperceiit. advance in wages on June I, shingles. about 43 degrees, It would not only lly dangerous either to touch the tariff or and that the Calumet .t lleeda .Mining ' Height of stories: Cellnr, 6 feet 0 a distance of nearly twelve miles, but to let it alone Just In proportion ns company, of Michigan, employing 3,."n inches; first story, 8 feet 0 Inches; sec- would so much overtop tho summit of people come to see more clearly thnt nt'ii, will nt once restore wages to the ond story, 8 feet. Sizes of rooms: Chown by the lloor Mont Hlnnc (which Is more thnn 14,000 THB tariff reduction, whether prospective rate paid before the 10 per ceut. cut in feet high) that another or actual, so far from causing panto or October, lfU'J, during the panic. Thoso ' plans; there Is a cellar under hall and 5,000 feet high might bo put mountain on top of hard times, serves to mitigate the ef- are facts whose effects calamity lio.l-er- s parlor. Special features: This small cottaga Mont Hlnnc with nboul 100 feet space, fects of panic and to hasten recovery cannot counteract. sign Is not intended to be "striking;" without interfering with the course of from business depression The republican tariff liars ought to the projectile. Such a projectllo might Is the meat upou which Calamity hare remembered Lincoln's suggestion be hurled across the Himalaya chain. fattens; prosperity is Its ns to the impossibility of fooling al: the This enormous flight would bo perCONTAGIOUS bane. Chicago Chronicle. people all the time. Albany Argus. formed in seventy seconds. Dm., tad m- -. I 'O'.t-THE WAQE INCREASE. OPINIONS AND POINTERS BLOOD POISON Vofe,0 Nlrkrl Armor I'lalea. Kiploalon of tho Kiupty I hArcet of I'ro. It re McKinley is reminded that the ulcers yield to its healing powers. Xickel steel armor-plate- s made by I -t. kj trrtlnn Ailvocatra. moves tho poison and builds up I he ytem Napoleonic fai Is on tha wane. N. . Knipponanew system were success,, - lnli.i.Mai.uaJ tu There has lieen a very marked in- World. i al.Bi. UHIh.r. fully tested at Meppen. The plates g svviri nslrh. K.O. Auiala. Oa try! wait) ciTg crease in the rate of wnges within the f Your uncle, Henjamln Harris in, were about five and inches last fifty or sixty days in this country. privately admits that he Is equally thick, and showed a resistance equal THINKING Moro than two hundred and fifty pleased with Morton's sunstroke an to plates of nine and inches firms and corporations, employing one F.d . McKinley's sunset, Detroit l'rcc mad by the old process. isrBUILDINO I hundred mid seventy thousand men, Press. have raised the wnges of their emJoat Ho. Allison certainly comes under ployes, and in all these cases except the FOR Wife (offectlonately) How's your description of "sonic good western three or four such increase has been man." Hut so does Harrison, and so rheumatism this morning, John? inndii voluntarily without nny demand I'LA.V OF KKCOMIr FLOOIL Husband Pretty bad, my dear, pretdoes McKinley. Three make a crowd. While our artlclrs run tn on the part of the employes. -- N. Y. World. ty bait ihla paix-- r on receipt of 3, It would be lu bad taste to make it pres It is significant that more than R "Why don't you try the mind cure?" sill arml rrrnsl't tt A Hpular editorial refrain all tentious. Hut it has architectural fen of tho concerns that have thus latest IXilgnaot - Mmp-- ll Mc"Thero nln t anything thu matter ttires. such ns graceful proportions, it with my mind; It's my advanced the wages of their men are mer thu country Is: "Down went pliolo- Mcslffn llouaea Joints." Texas engaged In some branch of tlie iron Kinley to tlie bottom of tho list.1 long sloping roof, mnllion windows mid Sittings. graphlo tlrws lltwr plans and steel Industry, and many of the Foraker is held responsible for the n front projecting gable supported by accurals esllmairs lo InilM, cantilevers, that save It from being: etc. Fully dmcriblng snd II- rest are engaged in some form of fncL Detroit Free Press. Waau't Sha CalaT The latest republican ticket commonplace. tustral'nf IOOM.lt III IIIIIMJ It has the merit of diswoolen mniiufncturlug. When the reMiss Pusse How much did you pay r lit SWISS. i:lr.t!.l. If .ot playing no cheap and tawdry trim- for that hat? ductions of wages occurred in V1 the llenjainiii Harrison nnd John tall, factor,, Aitilrrst is exceedingly suggestive of mings nothing like "sawed" work charge was made that the necessity for Miss Freshly As many dollars as you ' Trio Bulld.nj Plan Ass'n, Achlliett, Everything is substantial, but no ex- are old In years. such reduction was occasioned by the shopworn goods mid the abnrgaiu pensive materials are required and the 101 I'liltnn street, vc. Vnrk I'lly. expected change In the tariff, and counter. Chicago Chronicle. Miss Passe is It posslhlo that you What was it that made Secretary work can be well done by mechanics of olll wear such cheap things? Syracuse when such change came, In thu shape Treiled fri. of tlie present law, tho decline In busi Foster think eighteen months before ordinary skill. iii.,i, tiaia I'ost. it. ,,.i.wi. , Hut the real merit of the design is ness and tho consequent reduction in the repeal of the McKinley law that 11. l.wt.lM The Hport In Oklahoma. .r wages, or the entire suspension of bonds would be neceisary, if that tarilf found In tlie Interior; here nre six ..., a.., . imt Say, Illlzzard, we're .ra Cayuso Pete manufacturing, were cited as proof law was producing plenty of revenue rooms, averaging n fair size, eacli open-lnj- r going to have a game of baseball, and ,MrM k.stlM. rrsai Irilt. aiaiausi. t.,lllf ai,,rr-.-i. a.4laua4.f. al 14.11. Iklra. af all .iai.lM,.r, f.m.i.4 positive that the repeal of the McKin- for governmental needs' Utic.i Oboil a passage, nil but ona adjoining we want you to ba the HOOK .' l..ila..i.'. f Mir.aal.., tiisHMfltll, umpire. tho central chimney stack, with a stair- ley law und the adoption of a new Jaw server. TIN DATI TRfATMCMTiURNIIntOfm-r-tli Illlzzard Hill I'd Hko awfully to Ull. II. II. Oil r.rs ansa, p.. l.llo.. tllaala. Ha. was destined to ImuWriipt the manuThe general tone of republican way and ample closets Inclosed ,ijjhl oblige you, but I can't do It. I got my facturer and Impoverish the American statesmanship on the currency Isstm walls that cover an nrca"li only. " trigger finger hurt yesterday. l'uck. Indicates a conscientious nud earnest square feet. The nmate-.i- r designer laborer. Cincinnati. June is It is singular also to notice that determination to leave nothing undone will find it nn Interesting study to rertarraallr. t2yD LIVKSTOCK-Catt- le, 00 common it a while the ndvnnce In wnges has been that will secure the adoption of a suc- arrange the rooms nnd ndd a single Cholly They say that cjresslvo cof. 4 13 41 4 7t and you'll get the best work from Pcarlinc. Not oo 4 made, with few exceptions, in the Iron cessful straddle as the party platform Inch to the accommodations of this U 4 79 fee drinking Induces sofUning of tho 4 TO flood packers IM ut 3 m that there s any harm to be feared from it, no mid wool Industries, it was In these for IsOO. X. Y. World fillKr.l'-CnoI- co brain. SOU it, SftS (tl M Simple und effective ventilation I Industries that the greatest reductions May's treasury deficit was J3,- matter how you use it or how much you use. Hirdle McOlnnls I nuppose you re- PUIUIt iK family Winter 1U II1M were made in the present law over the SSU.OJO, which is over 31,000,00) below .ecured by railing a scuttle which is gret now thnt you hnd been such a (1IIAIN Whrat-- Nu Z red NJ But to make your washinrr and McKinley law. In schedule C (includ- the monthly averages since duly I, placed In the celling over tin- second slave to tho habit, Texan .Sittings. No Jred . ei m 'nrn No Slnlicd. tl ing iron) the reduction was 37.37 per lrt'JI As the customs mid miscellane- Hoot passage, thereby creating nn nlr v easiest, 10 save (lie most Oats No S M Wall. Wlif NolT cent, mid in schedule K (woolen manu ous receipts aru growing much faster current which passes Into the attic nnd ltye No. I, e: t .... us i iiniiiiiir (JM 60 Mrs. Xcwcra's Husband (as thb cur- HAY Prime to choice iiiuai ivtiii iiuuiii, iam. fiirspr iititn ,iiiu itvir, facturers) the reduction was over .'0 than the internal tuxes are shrinking out through the small Ixiuvre Windows 7 (111 ?S 10 TOIIAC leal the most time and money keep to per cent., and yet those Industries, the deficits are likely todisappcar soon. in the gables. Whenever tlie rooms on tain goes down on tho second act) Onod lest w Ull u I'HOVI.SIONS-Me- ss either tloor are "stuffy" It will bo Where are you going, Alvlra? which It was charged would be ruined lilep.). fork UltU M. Louis the directions riven on every packlatril ii 6 40 Mrs. Newera I ari only going out to IIUTTi:it-Chol- reI'rlmn atram ... . found that raising thu scuttle y 111 clear by the reduction of thu tariff, are the The gold reserve Is almost up lo dairy ft age of Pcarlinc, tho ntmosphc re In a fev minutes. a woman. He hack lu a moment, see I'rlmo tncbolrncriumery.. very first to advance thu wages of the the (a to limit, und tlie AI'PLKS-Pt-r. a no In uny but the coldest climate the dear. Chicago Tribune. workmen employed. IHfTAlOKS-Ne- w, payments of the syndicate are not yet If you'll do that with your flannels, perbbl .. S Si u:w The plain fact Is that the charges complete. It is a homely old ndage heat from the fireplace ann tlie kitchen NHW VOItlt Not Ilk Olhor Man. for instance (it's perfectly simple and made by thu high tariff advocates and that declares thnt the proof of tlie stove will sufficiently warm the parlor, 4 10 CIO) She Popa's chief objection Is that wo KLOUItNo Winter patent 11 rr-J- f I nortb'rn tho disasters that they declared were pudding is in the eating. Tested in and it will ascend the stairway and sufrWS n 1B I easy,) they'll keep beautifully soft, could hardly get along on your small No.fred lit certain to follow the tariff reductions thu practical way, by results, it seems ficiently warm the second floor rooms. salary, COIIN-Smlied "Vi and without shrinking. m The cost of building this cottage Is OATS Mlicd been proved to be imaginary. to us that the last bond issuo and tlie Jill It IIS 1 havo a splendid digestion, POIH:-::- cw lie mrsa IJ W QI4 25 Tills shows that as a factor In the in- terms under which it was made have about 11.000 of eourso there are and amHut ern perfectly willing you should do lt t"i crease or fixing of wnges the tariff is been pretty well vindicated. Hoston builders who will declare that this Is riHCAOO absurd; It seems to bo habitual with tho cooking. Life. not important; that wnges depend far Transcript (Itep.). rl3UIt-Wnt- er patents t0 l M CI 4 7 '4 some of them to dcclaro that nil estiAn AdvlMd ailaae. more upon supply und demand than UHAIN Avneat .No. .'red,. nWii f organ the other day A . 74 S a Na ?S upon any such artificial stimulus us undertook to ride two divergent horses mates not made by themselves are abHe Darling, my salary has been f'OUN-- NoSf.'hlcaco anrlnL-43H l surd; they can make these declarations raised five hundred a year, but you OAIS-- No JS raising tho customs duties. Chicago by telling tho wool grower that a POItlC-M- ess with their eyes shut, without looking mustn't tell your father. i:37;uitM Record (iud.). I.AIin-Slequantities of foreign wool'' had ut the design 6 biS't 0 M pocknRc? coutnin n list of novels by tUe most popular Authors at all. She Why not? It is asserted that Klkins quietly come in to ruin him and at the same It is not an impossible matter, but It lle-- IIn get the idea that I FlAltm- - familyII.M.TIMOItK. might Pive Cents in stamps will procure any one of them delivered 4 ti his intluer.ee to tlie Foraker forces time usserting that great quantities of may lent in n 7IS, bo said to bo always a could support yo-nHrooklyn Life. UHAIN Whcal-N- o. TSriW t FREE. in Ohio lu order to lessen thu influence foreign woolen goods had been im- dlillcult Corn Mlied nH s matter " it uSi ied of McKinley, and his purchase of ported to "supplant" domestio fabrics. contract for a to get a builder to How Sha Knw. '""""Hy.N.v. ADAMS & SONS CO.. small house at tho LAUD Itollntd OH 00 the Cincinnati Coinmcicial-dazettis The facts are that in spite of the im- right figure. chic.,.. , He I'm going to ask your father to- POIIK-M- eaa , (tiau The reason Is obvious; CATl'LE-Fl- rat emoted as an evidence of tlie care with portation of "enormous quantities of it is 4 to ffl 475 quality night. about 4 W tt 4 71 which ho prepared his plau, and this foreign wool" since the duty was re- to build a 11,000 as much "trouble" She 1 suppostvl so. Tho Great house INDIANAPOLIS. paper's advocacy of Hirrlson's candi- moved, tlie value of tho wool imported J,000 house, and tho as It is to build a "Why?" ORAIN-Wb- eat No. S builder reasons tl KIDNEY. dacy it is expected will shortly bo vig- lu the nine months ending with Murch thnt ho should Corn Na Smlied "I see you're not wearing your best make about (he samo Oat Na 2mlied orous. As thu leading republican news-pup- last was uctually less than thu vuluo of profit ou LIVER A trousers." Life. either IX)UIH VILLI. not ouly of Ohio, but of tho re- the wool which cumo In du nig thu If the owner finds this state of things riX)UH-Wln- ter BLADDER patent gion Included Ir. the states of Indiana, corresponding nine months a," thu ti he 4S6 Thu I'amllr Man. -- 4 has this resource -- ho can buy tho UIIAtN Whenl .u. red CURE. Ilo drives tho nail la allenoe grim, ll year 16U3, when thu f;?LiiiL.v materials (for u 'Jennessre, Welt Virginia nnd Kent'nrn Mlicd M small honsu this Is not Hut he It far from dumb. Oits-Mlaturnfjl.la, StraV tL duties were exactud. The tui v' .rguu u difficult undertaking) tucky also, tlif. CommercIaMinzettu's II aiiitN nuirisu lu AiitKiniar.ii' rieaai) 1'OltlC-MYou know It hy tbe aound from hlai 11 M Hn4runtl,l(raA and have tho InfluencirJs expected to be very poten-iU- should not withhold this Interesting' house built bv "day' lata that a Ua ATtrliaan.i it Ut) , tCacb thnt ba bits hU Uuak LAItli btcam, Or. Kumar (wCo Blnghamton, N. at, work." WaShlngton Star. taot from lU readers. X. Y, Titties. a o putting more protective taxes on ton goods. Will they bestow their legislative favors upon the woolgrowers anil woolen manufacturers? Thero is no evidence that those people are worse oil than the rest of us, nnd If they were It would not be the most pjpular thing in the world to restore the McKlnlev wool M.'licuule. lho people have learned the difference between high duties and low duties on woolen goods, and they will not develop enthusiasm In support of any party which may venture to give them another visitation of McKinley high prices and cot- in the southern states. With the general advance In wages demand will increase and by the lime congress meets it will bn hard to invent an excuse for morning, Kushnell was namud for governor Tuesday night, and the Kor.iker men had their own way to the ery tail of the ticket, In view of the light that had been made prior to the convention nnd the recognized fuel that McKinley win building for the future, his presidential boom has suuered nt least a temporary collapse. There Is no way apparent nt present by which ho can heal the of feeling that has Wen en gendered. He made a tnistitku when he called Mierumu in as nn ally, for it only Intensified the opposition of r'ora-keTo placate thu latter Is n most difficult and dcllcute task. The feud Is one of long standing, nnd Fornker has Wen the chief sufferer. He is a tighter who never recognizes that he has been whipped, nnd ha a phenomenal memory of the political grudges which It is his disposition to pay off. McKinley kept Kor.iker out of tho (.'nit cd btutes senate and the prospect Is that l'oraker will keep McKinley out of a presidential nomination. Detroit r. they must be of small or at most only moderate size; there can be no plumb-ln- g to speak of, no liard-wioflirn or finish, no high ceilings, no lanr ssflr. Hut skillful architect haveamelloi'- nted some of these eruditions. A well designed cottage mis' has every inch of space utilized. The principal rxims arc connected by wide openings, the space of ono thus practicallv lidding to the space of others. Places for beds nnd furniture, nre carefully deiised to cause the least entllatlon Is looked obstruction. after to make nuicnds for low ceilings. Specifications describe "tillers" nnd treatment of soft woods that mako them almost the equal of hard woods, both In appearance and durability; pantries nre provided, anil an Ice box or a refrigerator is recommended as more'convenlcnt and economical than a large cellar. house A large cellar under a is where tlie owner often buries a dis proportionate sum. Excavating", walla low-j-o- ing it little laudanum over the surface of the cloth, w hlch Is then placed over the ear and allowed to steam. Injections of hot water may also be made directly Into the enr, great care being taken not to force the liquid too abruptly. If there Is a discharge from the ear, a mild solution of carlxdlo acid or borax should be used every day until it ceases. The usual duration of a case of Inflammation of the enr Is from two to three w eeks. Youth's Companion. SOAP AN ANTISEPTIC. Morn Proline Caatrs Which It Mar Start. Its simplest form, enrncho Isnn In Ill flnmmntlon of the external part of tha ear. In other eases the Internal ear is attacked, and the itlseaso takes on a much more serious character. When an earache Is long continued, or the Inflammation Is especially severe, no time should be lost in seeking tha udvlctaof some excellent physician or specialist. Scrofulous children are most liable to affections of the Inner ear. An earache may start from a variety of causes, like a collection of wax in the ear, or the Introduction of some Irritating substance. It sometimes arises from extension of Inflamiiatlou of the throat, as In scarlet fever and mensles. Difficult teething Is said to be not infrequently n cause, especially when that process Is unusually protructeiL The most prolific cause, however, Is undoubtedly cold. In tin m mat Ion of the ear Is usually accompanied by the symptom which glvei the affection its name, but It Is sometimes hard to distinguish tho nature of the trouble In the case of young Infants who are unable to do anything but cry nnd toss Incessantly. A close examination of the ear, however, will usually reveal a slight redness, especially of the on mil, and on pressure there wdll be found extreme scnsltlve- nesv Tho first point In tho treatment ol earache Is to remove, If possible, tho Should canst' of the Inflammation. there be a collection of wax In tho enr, It should bn softened by a drop or two t oil or by Injections of warm wnter or milk, and then removed. Tho Inflammation may then le directly attacked by placing hot flannels, either wet or dry, over the orifice of the ear. If the pain is very severe, what li known ns a laudanum fomentation may be applied. This is made by wringing a fiauncl out of boiling water and turn- vonrislt a Uportiman. At last have reached thnt gallant fellow, the mountain sheep or big horn. A tine cliff dweller is he. Horn under tlie shelving rocks of n beetling cliff, sometimes nctuully cradled In the snow, and reared lu the stormy atmosphere of high altitudes, he Is n typical mountaineer. Wherever you find him st home, itocud upon It thnt you will also find the finest scenery of the district. This animal loves a bird's-eyview of n mountain landscape as well as does any member of the geological survey. A steep descent, with n narn-e :i taa Kill no Tha Too Mar Call .AaaaaaaataPaaaaaaaaV 4fata bH row, level valley mid a p thread-lik- e S)a.n 1'ree Press. CALAMITY Itrpubllran CUT OFF. Thane Tariff LUra Atuat Tliolr runra. pi pas I Anal s round rapablo of Killing TjphnM Favor ami fholara tlarma. discovCommon soap has Just ered to be the best of antiseptics. For years scientists hare sought an antiseptic which would le at the same time cheap nnd effective, and, like mauy another search, theirs has ended by findIn-e- river spread like a relief-mathree thousand feet before him, is his delight lu former times he wns venturesome mid often wandered miles nwny from his mountain home to explore temptliig tractsof bad Innds.mid, being unmolested, he sometimes look up a permanent lesldence In such places. Hut the vcututesome Inhabitants of low, Isolated mountains and shelterless bad lands hau paid with their lives for their pioneering, and now a mountain sheep is rarely found than amid mountains worthy of thn name. Kill one old mountain ram by your own efforts In climbing and stalking, mid mn will rnll you n sportsman, with a capital S provided you save hli head for mounting, and his llesh fur the platter. Hut no ewes, mind you! Kwes and lambs count ngalnst you, rather than to your credit Can I ever forget how once traveled nil the way from Washington to Wyoming, killed Inst una superb mountain rain nmblst" grand sceuery, preserved him, curried his "saddle" to Washingtonami called complete success? my pleasure trip Hardly. Even the recollection of It Is north four limes the money It cost That particular mountain sheep Mood four feet three Inches lu height st the shoulders He was four feet ten Inches in length of bead and body, nud his girth was three feet eight Inches, He lea km I off a of bare rock, fell dead ou n foot of snow in the head gulch, and oh I boys, of the how fine he was) I'p in the mountain park lie had been through the snow to get at lho spears of dry grass that were there obtainable; and lu spite of the difficulty of the process, and the pitiful scantiness of tho grazing, I was astonished beyoug measure nt finding that his stotunch contained fully half He was n bushel of that same grasv not only lu good llesh, but (wisltively fat; and from the fact that to save our lives Fleming, the packer, and I. tsith muscular men. could nol lift htm upon amnio to carry him lo our camp, and for other reasons, I am certain that he weighed al least three hundred pouud. W. T llornadny. in Nt Mcholav else-whe1 low-ridgrock-walle- d Absolutely Pure atVriTaVlV-- tju frit 4nn'i l.ttmlHii, The Iioiim'a me plain and subslnjitlnl, with balconies and U'lienth are tlie quaint bow windows of the (mrlihl, be. longing to the various shops the signs of which still linug ns thickly ns the banners In n feudal hull The fool-waIs railed off from the street by substantial kts,Lud forms njitud ot lounge, whcitt ladles In hoops and suekis uru searching fi tinrguliis; where leiiui salute anil eichnuge snuff boxes, hlle u chulr with Its beliefs swings stead lly along In Hie toad a huge tilted wagon with live horses tnnilem has bioitglil up n louil of wool, probably, from Kent -while u Ixwy of countr) dailies nnd fusses in bioad lints look out in wonder nt the movement of the town there mi' .t few line coaches nud a hackney or two lu the stteet. and a pair of horsemen jog soberly along, and these, with a miller's cart ehaigod with sacks of Hour, nnd n dog sauntering along, If it make up the traffic of Chenpslde were not for I ton church, that stands there unchanged, we might doubt If this were really the roaring, isttllng Cheapside of our dajs All the Year y pro-line- n k Hi'Mum Where are vnu this siimmerl" Ho (bnrd up) "No Hbu "Alt I" Ho "Yea, tut place like home, ) on know " DelmllFreo I'reaa. Fom 1118 fo-Iii- place" I'noriiir.scE hat iiiillilnx Komi on high la store Inr nu w ho does mil ,eiluteljr aim A ii'irpoa ut bluh or cood tbo clrriul ruiulltlou'of lucrtnt. Muuger aoiiil-thlii- la l.ianr Hoi ara .AI.MSia Wansisos.-.- ll iKs'iillarclit'iiiiistnnee mat wiiuilrtonsii.i art, atruinlril, tli ate hliunited where t liouteaar ety inmnioti 'limes " 1'iik nun limn In a man's life when ha wauls ihorailh Is when be fulls o nor board lu mid o eun. Philadelphia Itrssird oiiinpanles Ik-li- it phit-ailelphU Half far to t'liallanasif Tits Qi rns At CarscssiT llona will sell ticket Cluciuiiatl lo I'linlUneoea and return al one laie for Hie rouml Hip June l Jith lo 7th. with llinlls nd condb tlous, on tbo occasion of thn International Epwnrth league meellnif. Ask any ticket iiio'iil fur parth ulai , or udilrrst thus W let t ,a, 1 P A ,Cl0.liinall,O. N I' A W A llrCKli-NIII AdamtHt, , llls-raCliU-Stfo- III IJ A. W W, Dt'.NsNf.T 1 A . trieveland. W C. HixeKi.s,l) P A , Cincinnati, O Iltlait. T l A .Detrult. Hound tha (oii Htii Knit nr n Ir Oct Tratber "For what wlan hi r; wise nna the Ktman cieated Willi a web fiwtl' IMok lllrks-'H- oie ha could tlaud on sua leg " I'uek, A Crarnl ma-tic Hunt ft. to Chirk, ing the looked-fo- r object under their sso- '"" - noses. lleoent experiments made In Germany by Prof. Max Jolles have proved that a solution of soap Is perfectly capable of killing the microbes of typhoid fever and cholera. With a one per cent, solution twelve hours of contact are necessary, but with a solution of from seven to ten per cent, only a few minutes suffice lo destroy the germs of disease. d T -- ..- p t- i a r Ej c. one-hal- 1 'I one-thir- d X,-ai4'- nine-tenth- Wauii-make- Cincinnati llluktralod and iloaerlptivo mailer upon application ThoLuocn ft Crescent Itmite to (tialta noogals tho shortest line, and has an in JofTornon M. Olongli ilofutioa n comparable servheof handaoino trains of tUmlard day coaches. Tlirimjtti !ce'r, o Tnmptlng Oftbr from tho parlor. cafe uud observation iai from fin clunatl Quick mIusIiiIcs und msnl(tccnl aovornmont. scenery u rtnifr belli to make tl.o CJueen At Crescent the rVuilhern route par etrel. leote Ilia tlaalth vfaa Too Toor lo I'armlt At. ' lantloo lu llnalnaa. (Iraal SnfTarar "TilKiir. are too many bills lutroituted In Hut llaa oar j our ICfc'Istatute. ' ml.1 lho laivjer for Slanf "Quite " replied tbo Uiuker "And the char Itrrovarail. the leatislaltnu frequetill liMllosles Ifjia t'slaa I trromtk'SprtnjUtlJ. that ailment the bills arutif IiIkIi denemlna Them ln'l a gun man n fact urer In thJ Hens" ('lik ao Kvenlnif Cost United Sui;s who does nol know JerTertou i M Cloueh, and whrf lUvauso he hat been I'm All rnttranf. Intimately associates! all his life with the Is many nervous Individremark development of the tn. best American ualthe llnnrahe of a.mn a reuse In talk that will rifle, lho lletnington and Winchester For war alter Is'itbiulng and rstalliie In a rears ho was superintendent uf tho K. course nf llosUlUir'a Htonia h flitters ft Sons' ureal factory at llion, N Y Nothing like tl to renew airmail and up In Atlerlcivlnit them ho refusal a lemptruir Ix'llto ami good digestion oiler of tho Chlnnai S Government to fo to ronua in msiarii, ami remeiiies iivrrrnni ...... am .hi.( ftlmlnty rnall,MllM ttM-,ak- . rheumatism ffh and kfttin. disortter It la In eveiy aae a Uiries and accepted Instead lho su;crlti great bouarboM remedy Co , tl tendency of tho Winchester-Arm- s New Haven, at a salary of If, ) a year A NaTi'au. Hrt it Hsrlr (Inslii tat It was alter this loug term or oetlvn labor Is frltl;g teiv H.'rt Your a a business man that ho tounil himself In- - ln,tlvl(Irlmalmw lulr an " Yea. I II for cipacluusl fur further service by tho em weeks With unit fat, r tie itedliiiitv..t,m t n bargo whluh rbniinivtlsm luvl Uld upou him II waa halt restorer " Puck ind resigned his osltlon more II. am ltv years ago, and relumed to HcleherUitvn, aXt, t!lana Ilia ftatam Mass , where he now Uvea an owns the or bll- Phelps farm, a retired swt where he hat Effectual ly, jet Rently. when ivativeoral hi: kins or when the bloed Is impure five hundred acre, nf land, gislt, to permanently turn bibilu.it centl tin did not ipsre Doing a mau nf mean nation, ton waken tbekldmws ami liver In a theenstand was treated by leading libra- healthy arllvilj without Irritating oi weak rian, and by hiths al celebrated springs cnlnfi iliein, in illel lieadsi he, cokU or ttv vers, ueHrup of llir without receiving any benefit worth notloe During tho suminor of IS'J3aud the winter "Mi, tlwl lltlls baby avreat the alivt of ls'.H Mr. dough was contlned to tils house hasn't any teeth " "Of oeurso not, Toinnir In llelchertown, being- - unable to rise from Yoodldn't Ikivo nn) !ih joii wete lh.it bis bed without assistance, and suffering small " "Hut that Uibi 'a iki 1. a (leull'l continually with aonto palos and with no Life Usm or destro for food, nor was bo able to DhoI-sIs a diead disease, but I has obtain sumefont sleep Early In tho jear IS3I Mr dough heard lost its terrors to those who know fiat II. II (irecn A Sons, the ofllr William I'uik Pills for PaloPoople Specialists of Atlanta, (ieorgta Dropsy treat Hobegtn uklnz ihom pillt ulKiut Ibo first ot March 13'JI und continued to do so until it wlih such grrnt success. W r.te them lho llrstpartof Heptetiilier following Tbo for pimphlet giving full information. first erTtvt noticed wasa belter appetite and Tkoihim anrltif frvln Mlrneaa ami , . tic began to note morn ability lo help him nevoua (nut irnm nettllesa eao I l rank self off tho bed and to bo IxHlcr generally lln Last August (1KH) he was able to go alone to his summer residence and farm of 163 I'oul brr.sih a a acres on Orcnadler Island, among the discourager of af. Thousand Islands, In the river St Law fectlon ll i al. fssT? J? Jria7 rence, where from the hlKhrst land of Ills wn),n" ludlcalioit farm ho commands n view for t' unlet 11 11 ISKII hraltli down the river, and CO nf the Thouiand 1 Lid igcstlon To lilamls ran be seen irjvATbnd IlKeallon is Instead of being ronflned In his lied Mr. I V s. Clnuzh Is now and has been for somo time traceable utmost all slue to lie ntxitit tho farm In direct tho men human ilia. II Is employed there and he Is thankful for what ll'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaavV 'lV the startlin; tsilnt nave upnoieruim ur Williams-run- t of mauy ery These nllls nro manufactured by the I)r Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, maladies. N. Y , and nre sold only In boxes bearing Upou the healthy the firm's trade mark ' and wrapper, nt W action of ihe digecents a box or six bones for FJ w, otid an stive nrirjna ,1i never sold In bulk Tboy may bo hud nf all druttelslsor direct by mail from Dr W'll. oiocxi depends for its richness and purity. If digestion stop, poisonous matter acllama' Medicine Company cumulate and is forced into the blood Tlie secret of success lies in emthere is no place else for it to go. The bad breath Is a danger signal bracing every opportunity of seeking high and right ends, and In never for Look out for ill If you hate it. or getting that golden rule of the cate- any other symptom of indigestion, chism, "of doing your duty In that na- take a bottle or two of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It will tion of life In which It shall pleas straighten out the trouble, make your Ood to call you," Wellington. blood pure and healthy and full of for the tUsuoi. THE MARKETS. O A It Members nnd their friends will all waul to attend thn ureal Nalloual Patk .tislii alien at ChickittiiitiiKa Uus fall It will boa liuUbk) otent Do you want lo know Ame to make tlie trip, uml what jou llaeowhcnyoti reach tha louruey tcndl Write to W CIIiskkho.v, (I P A,ol Hie (Jueen A: Crescent lloute, THKGUNMAKEU0KIU0N Ohl-noa- too Don't liar to tata, tilt says the Hi. Lnus Junilof .4 nrMillurr Id an editorial nUxit .NoTollae, lho famoua tolwcuo habit ciitst. "We know of III any raaea by No To llae, one, a prominent HI Ixxilsanhllivt, amokeil and chewed for twenty rears, two lotes cured blin so that even the amell nf teliaeco make blin tick " No To Use sold and truaranteevl by Drue-kI.Icyervwbere Hook .No cure no psr free HteriliiK Heruedy Co , New York ot Chicago the preacher well oiifrbt lo make To the sinner luingry lo know bis Cod, tiul II sometime turns out usi llm other ir).-Ila- m'a urn I'l.o'a Cune forConsumptlen baa no equal K M Asihitv, .13 as a Cough inoilli-inn- . HI., lluffalo, N Y , Ma) U, 1,4. 1 1 ln Vr. rlk-lit,- ' Sp ' Item-imclo- 1 1 iiii-ln- ln s RUNNING 1 UUKtS S A ,- SORES SERPENT'S STING S o, a JfcSiffi sv & JUU (f Qfl VV S3. 00 OTKj ser-iot- DROPSY al Follow the directions, cot-Ing- e. llOOtt-lbmm- I.AMIIH-.Sprlr- g tiL-iiiiin- . J ... (Hobe-Democr- hbl :u If UltAIN-Whtal-- he No. I.AItD-West- -- high-tarif- 1 rW'VWVWVVV .o POPULAR NOVELS. ADAMS' "eno--mou- s PEPSIN TOTTI - FRUTT! am , Kats-Ml- e HOOS-Wes- tern 4W4 . .; er HO ied uM L Rcff '.iiJ.